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YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator

YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator
YUMI UEFI Changelog 11/27/20 Version Fixed persistent file path (broken in Updated to create a persistence casper-rw or writable file and label based on the ISO name. Supports persistent feature for Linux Mint and Ubuntu version 16 through 20+. Added feature to check for Legacy YUMI on selected drive. 11/19/20 Version Switch to use Fat32Format only on partition/volume drive letter. 11/18/20 Version Updated to use loopback method for Rescatux. 11/15/20 Version Updated to detect exFAT/NTFS format type and suggest to reformat as Fat32 before proceeding. 10/04/20 Version Updated to support Puppy Linux 9.5 (Fossapup64), and also Fixed broken CentOS 7 Live link. 09/01/20 Version Updated to support KDE Neon, and also newer Ubuntu Server 18.04 + 20.04. 08/05/20 Version Updated to support Endeavour OS, Bluestar, and also Cublinux. 07/17/20 Version Add support for Ubuntus' newer "writable" casper persistence file label.

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Stopping phishing campaigns with bash A few days ago my wife got a text message that was obviously a bad phishing attempt I spun up a VM and took a look at the website it linked to, which is (almost like the real domain but with a typo) and of course it was just a copy of a banks login form that had only one change made to it. The way these things work is that they act like they're the real login form, steal your credentials and usually send you off to the real bank so you think you made a typo or something. These phishing backends are usually very simple PHP scripts that just take the data from the submitted form and save them to a file. The phishers then sell them via hidden services (trying real hard not to use the bullshit term darknet here). If the phishers didn't think too hard about getting garbage data you can have a little fun and poison their loot with fake logins.

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Some Ugly Code Can Get NVIDIA's Linux Driver Working With Accelerated XWayland Red Hat's Adam Jackson has been working on "GLX Delay" as a means of offering accelerated GLX with OpenGL for XWayland when using the NVIDIA proprietary driver. The proposed code is going through Mesa even though it's for the proprietary NVIDIA driver benefit and also requires a change to the OpenGL Vendor Neutral Dispatch Library (libglvnd). This work-in-progress code does allow the likes of glxgears and glxinfo to now successfully run on XWayland with the NVIDIA proprietary driver. Adam prominently noted, "due to the design of this approach the actual GL rendering part should be about as fast as it is against Xorg, or against EGL on the bare metal, so in principle this can eventually be just as performant as it is with Xorg." So while it's nice for NVIDIA binary Linux gamers wanting accelerated XWayland support, this code is quite a bit hacky and does some wrangling so it will work without changes to the NVIDIA proprietary driver.

SpaceSniffer, find lost disk space the easy way. SpaceSniffer is a freeWare (donations are welcome) and portable tool application that lets you understand how folders and files are structured on your disks. By using a Treemap visualization layout, you have immediate perception of where big folders and files are placed on your devices. Treemap concept was invented by Prof. Ben Shneiderman, who kindly permitted the use of his concept into this tool. Start a scan process and see the overall situation. Bigger are the elements on the view, bigger are folders and files on your disk.

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