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« Reply #1560 on: July 12, 2019, 06:15:25 AM »
But what about the AMD back and side doors we dont know about yet.
[member=2168]Hi juan  :)[/member]
I was doing some...    when I came across this - and I remebered my smart ass comment / joke reply; here.   ;)
You might find this interesting:
https://developer.amd.com/wp-content/resources/Managing-Speculation-on-AMD-Processors.pdf

(I wasn't bullshitting when I mentioned learning assembly, though.)   ;)

Oh, you can't back-space navigate that link, the parent folder has lots of AMD goodies though.  :)

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Backspace navigation is where you remove (backspace out) the characters in the address bar of a website (from the right) to the first forward slash - leave the forward slash in the address first, then, if that doesn't work, remove it (continue truncating the address until the page will reload) - to move up one level in the file hierarchy. After backspacing, reload the page.
Some sites that have implemented security features, will not allow this, but most sites can be navigated this way. (You'll get a 'forbidden' page if it's not allowed.) For those that don't allow this, just backspace navigate to the root (home) page, and go from there.

If I lost you with that explanation, the parent folder with the goodies, is here:    https://developer.amd.com/resources/developer-guides-manuals/

(Compare the two addresses - you'll see what I mean about the file tree structure.)   ;)

One more thing, never trust a site (If they require a login or store your personal information,) that allows backspace navigation. Those sites are easily hacked for that very reason, unless file, and folder,  permissions are enacted on the folders (and contents) an outside connection has no business navigating to.

EDIT:
For those that have trouble determining a forward, from a backward slash (backslash), - I actually come across this a lot - look to the top of the slash. If it is leaning forward  (in the direction you are reading) it's a forward slash, and vice versa.

FUNCTION RANDOM - All Things Technological On Your Mind
« Reply #1561 on: July 12, 2019, 06:34:08 AM »
Ive been using an external hard drive on a lan cable hooked to my network switch. Id like to have this drive seeable by all of my computers but have only one of the computers with internet access. I know nothing about networking other than how to plug in cables. Ill ask if this is something that is possible to do before diving into learning about networks. If it cant be done, can I set up an old computer as a server and put the data on that and achieve the Internet isolation?
There are a couple of different ways to do this.
First:
How secure do you want to be ?
What operating systems are you running - or is it a mix of OS's (on the LAN) ?
Is this just for LAN access, or will you be remoting in to the LAN so you can access the drive from anywhere ?
What OS is your router / Cable / Satellite box running  and is there an option for file sharing?
(Most newer routers have a LAN file / device (Hdd, SSD) sharing option by way of a USB port.)

Yes it is definitly possible, and in most cases, quite easily implemented.     ;)

If you want to keep using the switch, and be able to access the drive from all systems, this is more involved, but can still be done - safely.

EDIT:
Personally, I'd look into a NAS solution if your router doesn't allow for it (NAS.)

This one is for the DIYers out there.
https://www.bestbackups.com/diy-nas-old-pc/

And if you want to go full tilt DIY (for under a 'C' note,) check out the Odriod build.    ;)
https://jordancrawford.kiwi/odroid-home-server/

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« Reply #1562 on: July 12, 2019, 10:00:47 AM »
He has over a million subscribers now and its how he makes his living. Inspiring story, Clint. Way to go!



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« Reply #1563 on: July 13, 2019, 10:16:25 AM »
He has over a million subscribers now and its how he makes his living. Inspiring story, Clint. Way to go!


The monster whose name shall not be spoken could learn a thing or two from this guy..   ;)


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« Reply #1564 on: July 13, 2019, 10:24:15 AM »
If there are any random DBMs that have found their way into this thread, get a load of this...

https://www.troyhunt.com/i-wanna-go-fast-why-searching-through-500m-pwned-passwords-is-so-quick/



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« Reply #1565 on: July 13, 2019, 11:07:43 AM »
I think someone...[member=2168][/member]...   was asking about this.
The title says it all.
https://www.bankinfosecurity.com/blogs/leak-confirms-google-speakers-often-record-without-warning-p-2771

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Google says it reviews about 0.2 percent of all audio snippets that it captures. The company declined to quantify how many audio snippets that represents on an annualized basis.

The article also don't mention how it's aggregated, how long it's stored, or if XKeyScore is involved.  :o
We (should) all know it is.

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A classified NSA memo from January 2006 describes NSA analysts using a technology that identifies people by the sound of their voices
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These and other classified documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden reveal that the NSA has developed technology not just to record and transcribe private conversations but to automatically identify the speakers.

https://theintercept.com/2018/01/19/voice-recognition-technology-nsa/

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« Reply #1566 on: July 13, 2019, 08:33:21 PM »

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« Reply #1567 on: July 17, 2019, 01:23:16 PM »
    17 июля 1962 года, в 6:50 атомная подводная лодка «Ленинский комсомол» впервые достигла Северного полюса ! pic.twitter.com/So3FjAah2w
    ВИКТО  УЛЬЯНОВСКИЙ (@victor12073) July 17, 2019


That is what I got for a minute when I pushed "Quote" in Random Topics, even after it looked proper. 

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« Reply #1568 on: July 18, 2019, 11:14:17 AM »

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« Reply #1569 on: July 20, 2019, 01:02:05 PM »

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« Reply #1570 on: August 18, 2019, 03:21:09 PM »
At the moment, my C drive is clean, my cache-cookies-all history is deleted, and I untinstalled and reinstalled the Realtek video driver.  Yet, in Crome and Firefox, videos still time out, especially if i move the cursor to skip forward.

But when I Google Windows 10 video problems, it just doesn't seem like other people are having this problem.

Could it be the ASUS?  Or what.  It's almost a year.  I'm sick of it, blech.  Total waste of time.  And the weird thing is some videos work great.  The trouble seems to be mostly with You Tube videos.

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« Reply #1571 on: September 03, 2019, 07:52:54 AM »
This is cyberpunk af:


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« Reply #1572 on: September 06, 2019, 12:13:14 AM »
I learned so much today.  Tried to sync an email between the android and the cloud.  That didn't work.  But I also learned how to take screen shots of texts, oh my goodness!  High time!  And how to send them somewhere more workable than an android.  Also learned about how to make and receive calls and texts from computers.  A productive couple of days.  These things just never interested me before, but I'm documenting some things and had to catch up with the times  :).

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« Reply #1573 on: September 06, 2019, 04:46:35 AM »
Oops, downloads file is gone and when I try to open it, it says the C drive is not available...

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« Reply #1574 on: September 18, 2019, 10:53:56 AM »
Smart TVs sending sensitive user data to Netflix and Facebook

https://www.ft.com/content/23ab2f68-d957-11e9-8f9b-77216ebe1f17 

(I doubt it is only Netflix and Facebook who get "sensitive user data" from 'smart' devices.  ;)   



 Swiss rebelling against 5G 

https://lenews.ch/2019/05/02/geneva-blocks-the-erection-of-5g-mobile-antennas/