I’m sure we’ve all heard about MSN and Yahoo! Messenger, right? They can be useful, but the setup can be quite time consuming for those who need to use it just once or twice—and the privacy statements are a real bother. For example, we must provide our real details. You could use Fake Name Generator, but if you get caught, you will [...]
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Your computer, regardless of if you’re using it or not, is constantly communicating with the Internet. All of these conversations – held in the background – help keep your system and applications running at tip top shape. But some times there are some applications that just don’t need to communicate with the Internet, or even [...]
My “Open with…” menu is buggy! I end up with many duplicates of the same programs showing up in this list. So, I set out to find a fix to this today.
Other sources on the Internet give a directory to move to, then a terminal command to run. Unfortunately, it looks like at some point, [...]
In this post I will demonstrate how to both extract and crack Mac OS X passwords. The OS X variants that this tutorial is aimed at are 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard) and 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
Whilst Mac OS X is based on a Unix variant (BSD), there are several key differences between traditional Unix-based and Mac [...]