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Access Any Website Or Forum Without Registering Visit any forum or website to find something useful and they will ask you to register. Every time a forum asks me to register, I simply close the site. You would probably do the same. But this time, lets face it. Before I begin, you should know how things work. All websites and forums will block unregistered users, but they won’t block Google Bot. First grab the add-on for Firefox called ‘user agent’ here and install it. Select User Agent from the left sidebar and click Add. crawl-66-249-66-1.googlebot.com and in user agent field type: Googlebot/2.1 (+ as shown in the screenshot below. Select Google Bot as your User Script by going to Tools > User Agent Switcher. Now browse any website or forum without registering. Advertisement

Building a NAS Server After reading a review of the Drobo FS, I became obsessed with network attached storage (NAS). I realised that a NAS device would neatly solve a couple of long-standing problems I hadn’t got around to fixing: data backup and data organisation. This post will explain how I picked the hardware and software for my NAS. To buy or to build? The Drobo FS itself, while a compelling product, is expensive. Nevertheless, maybe you run a small business and prefer to think of a NAS as an appliance – something that has a warranty and a customer support email address. Hardware I guessed that 4 x 2TB hard drives with single-drive redundancy would suit me, leaving a usable space of around 5.5TB. CFI A7879 Mini-ITX NAS Server Case (£98.40 from LinITX)Atom 330 CPU (dual-core) + ASUS AT3IONT-I Mini-ITX motherboard + fanless heatsink (£112.83)4 x 2TB hard drives (£240 total)2GB memory (£19.99)2 extra SATA cables (£3.65 total)2GB USB boot drive (pretty much free) …totalling £474.87 (about 770USD). Case Why ZFS?

Tools for Reading and Editing Exif Data of Photographs Most digital camera record and save EXIF data with every photograph. Learn about tools that can help you view and edit Exif tags of your photographs. When you capture a photograph with your digital camera, the camera will not only store the current date and time into the image file but even the camera settings. The information that is recorded by the camera into the photograph may include details about the camera model itself, the lens that was used, shutter speed, aperture, focal length and so on. All this “metadata” is embedded into photographs using the standard Exif format that can easily be read by most image editing programs as well as online photo sharing websites like Flickr and Picasa Web Albums. 1. If you are impressed by a photograph and would like to know more about the camera make and the lens settings that were used when capturing that picture, here’s what you can do do. Also see: Where was a Photograph Taken? 2. Why would anyone want to modify the Exif data of photographs?

Super User Blog The Freenet Project - /index Le blog du VPN Les Réseaux Privés Virtuels - Vpn 1 – Introduction au réseau privé virtuel VPN Les applications et les systèmes distribués font de plus en plus partie intégrante du paysage d’un grand nombre d’entreprises. Ces technologies ont pu se développer grâce aux performances toujours plus importantes des réseaux locaux. Mais le succès de ces applications a fait aussi apparaître un de leur écueil. En effet si les applications distribuées deviennent le principal outil du système d’information de l’entreprise, comment assurer leur accès sécurisé au sein de structures parfois réparties sur de grandes distances géographiques ? Concrètement comment une succursale d’une entreprise peut-elle accéder aux données situées sur un serveur de la maison mère distant de plusieurs milliers de kilomètres ? 2 – Principe de fonctionnement du VPN 2.1 – Principe général Un réseau VPN repose sur un protocole appelé « protocole de tunneling ». Les données à transmettre peuvent être prises en charge par un protocole différent d’IP. 2.2.1 – Le VPN d’accès

Overview and download of the free anonymizer. | anonymox.net Onion Pi Pack w/Large Antenna - Make a Raspberry Pi Tor Proxy ID: 1406 - $94.95 Want something more compact? We suggest our compact Onion Pi model, it still has great range, but will take up less space! Feel like someone is snooping on you? Browse anonymously anywhere you go with the Onion Pi Tor proxy. After it's built, using it is easy-as-pie. This pack comes with everything you need, $108 of parts for $95. Raspberry Pi Model B - has an Ethernet port, two USB ports and 512 MB of RAM Adafruit Pi Case - Keeps your Pi cozy and safe WiFi adapter with antenna - Plenty of range, this will be how you connect to the Pi proxy 10 foot Ethernet cable - connect this from your Pi to a router with Internet service MicroUSB cable - 3 feet long, great for powering your Pi 5V 1A power adapter - specially designed for the Pi USB console cable - good for debugging and setting up your Pi when running it without a monitor/keyboard 4 GB SD Card with Wheezy - a 4GB card with Raspbian 7 already installed. Please note!

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