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    • How to Find Stored Passwords on a Computer

      How to Find Stored Passwords on a Computer

      There are a large number of websites and programs that prompt end users to save passwords on their personal computer(s). Popular web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and instant messaging software like Windows Live Messenger are capable of saving user logins and passwords on the local computer. A common task that

    • TP Link Default Password

      TP Link Default Password

      TP Link is large manufacturer of networking products that boasts tens of millions of customers worldwide. TP Link produces thousands of networking products, including modems, routers, and network storage devices. TP Link also markets a number of USB based modem cards, device emulators, and service packages for a variety of cellular and Internet providers. TP

    • How to Setup a Proxy Server

      How to Setup a Proxy Server

      A proxy server is one that receives requests intended for another server and that acts on the behalf of the client (as the client proxy) to obtain the requested service. It is often used when the client and the server are incompatible for direct connection. For example, the client may be unable to meet the

    • Belkin Router Default Password

      Belkin Router Default Password

      Belkin is a leading manufacturer of networking devices such as modems, wireless routers, and network storage devices. Belkin also produces a number of other wireless access devices and USB based modem cards and markets a number of data plans for some of the largest Internet Service Providers. Belkin Router Default Password As with any other

    • What is Wardriving?

      What is Wardriving?

      Wardriving is the physical act of seeking out a WiFi network with a mobile device or laptop while driving a vehicle. The original term was derived from the movie, War games, that used “war dialing” during the course of the story told in the movies. In the movie, random phone lines connected to a modem

    • How to Remove all Personal Files from Windows

      How to Remove all Personal Files from Windows

      Over the last decade, millions of people have kept more and more personal information on their computers. From credit card numbers to sensitive emails and word documents, a vast amount of personal files are on almost any home computer. While keeping personal and sensitive information on a home computer is relatively safe, if you plan

    • How to Uninstall Yahoo! Search Companion

      How to Uninstall Yahoo! Search Companion

      If you installed Yahoo! Search Companion on your machine, this Internet browser add-on can allow you to conveniently access your bookmarked sites since it organizes the web pages. The Yahoo! Search Companion can also enhance your Internet browser by enabling it to provide you with a means to be capable of creating custom buttons. Apart

    • Proximity Sensors

      Proximity Sensors

      A proximity sensor is an electronic device that is designed to detect the presence of objects, people, or other living things within a given distance and detection threshold. Proximity sensors are able to detect objects without physically touching them by transmitting a detecting field/beam such as infrared, acoustic, and inductive transmissions. When the sensor receives

    • Rubber Hose Cryptology

      Rubber Hose Cryptology

      Rubber Hose Cryptography refers to a file system in which multiple archives are encrypted and hidden on the same disk in a way that makes each archive appear to be the size of the entire disk. Rubber Hose Cryptography is often used to hide illegal or confidential information in an attempt to prevent theft or

    • How Do Keygens Work?

      How Do Keygens Work?

      Anyone who plays video games knows that they are not cheap. To get around paying for them, many users take advantage of keygen software that is widely available for free on the Internet market and allows users to trick the game into thinking that they have the correct registration key. This type of theft does

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