… between the TV and my network that whitelists only the services… Discussion Thread by pty in Hardware and Software
2 Months Ago
This past summer I was "treated" to an automatic update by my Win 10 OS (updated for free from Win 7). Ever since then my computer has been an unending source of operational frustrations: 1. My Logitech webcam (C260) has become non-operational… Discussion Thread by efmesch in Microsoft Windows
… did the usual forget the network, etc. but it took an…, try the old forget the network trick but if that doesn… Reply by rproffitt
1 Month Ago
… is suppose to get the network packet from a memory dump… Discussion Thread by nadiam in Software Development
1 Month Ago
… it only uses the local network of the firm. So what… Discussion Thread by spades0001 in Mobile Development
… host any database over a network is to take a step… Reply by HitsuGaya198
1 Month Ago
Hello, I am running a social app called Fakenamez. You can download in App Store or check www.fakenamez.com. I am currently looking for a business partner who is good at coding. Your share will be 50/100. Please contact me if you are interested. Discussion Thread by Anqi in Digital Marketing
I was googling about this and that explains why it looked stale. Since you are in school, that's your best network to find free help. May want to stay local. Reply by rproffitt
1 Month Ago
…little friend: the Virtual Private Network. A VPN creates an encrypted…names such as 'Hotel Guest Network' or some such, so …the genuine free Wi-Fi network is called before connecting. … shopping on an unsecured public network for obvious reasons! ## 10. … Tutorial by happygeek in Mobile and Wearables
Gour advice is incomplete and biased (Playstore bouncer?). You said nothing about using an iptables-based firewall or safe repos like F-droid and appwhich warns you of proprietary closed (read potencially malicious code) in apps and provides source code… Reply by Mark_75
4 Weeks Ago
…little friend: the Virtual Private Network. A VPN creates an encrypted…names such as 'Hotel Guest Network' or some such, so …the genuine free Wi-Fi network is called before connecting. … shopping on an unsecured public network for obvious reasons! ## 10. … Tutorial by happygeek in Mobile and Wearables
I repeat: > OK, this one is always going to be controversial. Especially given an audience including developers and tech geeks. However, unless you really understand security and so are able to truly protect your device from all that threat actors … Reply by happygeek
4 Weeks Ago
…little friend: the Virtual Private Network. A VPN creates an encrypted…names such as 'Hotel Guest Network' or some such, so …the genuine free Wi-Fi network is called before connecting. … shopping on an unsecured public network for obvious reasons! ## 10. … Tutorial by happygeek in Mobile and Wearables
Hi happy geek, well I guess ignorance is bliss. I repeat: Not to be trolling but your advice is incomplete and biased in a way. (Playstore bouncer?). Playstore is littered with junk or duplicate apps. It's impossible to find the truly good original … Reply by Mark_75
4 Weeks Ago
Please advice me how fastly getting traffic for my website Discussion Thread by kwik003 in Search Engine Strategies
You need to constantly update content with the best experiment and share across the social media network. And also to keep with current SEO marketing trends. Reply by nancy_9
3 Weeks Ago
…little friend: the Virtual Private Network. A VPN creates an encrypted…names such as 'Hotel Guest Network' or some such, so …the genuine free Wi-Fi network is called before connecting. … shopping on an unsecured public network for obvious reasons! ## 10. … Tutorial by happygeek in Mobile and Wearables
Mark, did you not read the bit that said "unless you truly understand security" - which the vast majority of users do not - because that's the key here. That advice was clearly not aimed at you. It was aimed at the 99% of Android users who do not… Reply by happygeek
3 Weeks Ago
Before I get into the specific issues, I want to provide some other details: - Normally, I work on a live, paid server (even in dev); I realize that is not advised, but it is a bad habit I developed over the years. I've tried using Xammp, but do not … Discussion Thread by mattyd in Software Development
… let others (say in a network) to also connect to my… Reply by mattyd
3 Weeks Ago
… driver, reinstalling the driver, checked network driver, even resetting the windows… Discussion Thread by Tamirul in Microsoft Windows
3 Weeks Ago
… driver, reinstalling the driver, checked network driver, even resetting the windows… Discussion Thread by Tamirul in Microsoft Windows
Modems come in various designs. We have classic ones that connect to some RS232 Serail Port that we rarely have to install any drivers and can test with AT commands, then WinModems that were slipped into some PCI slot and were generally thought to be the … Reply by rproffitt
3 Weeks Ago
Is it possible to make a web page that takes up responsibility for backing up a web applications tables(Oracle DB, and perhaps SQL server I am trying to be multi db supportive)? Essentially I want to create a database backup script that is kicked off by … Discussion Thread by overwraith in Software Development
… (batch script) run over a network connection with a server residing… Reply by overwraith
2 Weeks Ago
… of data sent across the network.However, this Remote Differential Compression… receive window size for each network connection for optimum download/upload… (RSS) allows the network load from a network adapter to be balanced… Discussion Thread by francisabey in Microsoft Windows
The tips are quite unique and I liked them. One advice that I would like to give it to use a multi threaded file transferring software. I was also having this issue and I used GS Richcopy 360 which provided 100% multi threaded file transfer. It saved my … Reply by Catherine_4
2 Weeks Ago
Hi, I am looking for advice about internet service providers. My questions here may seem silly but please do reply. I am an entrepreneur. I am about to start a new business. This business handles a lot of confidential documents and if any of these are … Discussion Thread by Thomas_42 in Networking
… hardware or software) on the network, and a draft IETF standard… Reply by happygeek
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
I put this into https://www.gasmi.net/hpd/ and those addresses look like MAC addresses. As you learn IP you learn about how packets on a LAN often go from one place to another using this rather than the IP address. Decode these with tools until you … Reply by rproffitt
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
But, i got that ip from using ipconfig and then converted it to hex and used it to search for that address in 010 Editor to look for the ip header. Reply by random_1
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
Now you get to look at the MAC addresses as well to see it all. Reply by rproffitt
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
So the Source and Destination addresses switch places btwn each other on LAN? Coz I'm using Oracle VM VirtualBox to get Windows 7 hex dumps and well it only has ethernet adapter. Reply by random_1
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
The short answer is it appears you are capturing Ethernet packets. I am a poor substitute for all the good docs on the web about how this works but the IP work is done elsewhere as in the ARP protocol. Video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=… Reply by rproffitt
1 Week Ago
Hi, I'm trying to read IP packet headers manually from a hex file. From what I understand an IP header has 20 bytes: version, HL, TOS,total length, ID, flag, fragments,ttl, protocol, checksum, source ip and destination IP. In hex that would be something … Discussion Thread by random_1 in Networking
The extra bytes could be source port and destination port, see this: * https://www.pacificsimplicity.ca/blog/reading-packet-hex-dumps-manually-no-wireshark bye! Reply by cereal
1 Week Ago
… between the TV and my network that whitelists only the services… Discussion Thread by pty in Hardware and Software
Not that anyone will be too bothered, but I created a full guide on how to remove the ads. [Here is the link](https://gist.github.com/peteryates/b44b70d19ccd52f62d66cdd4bcef1e52). Hopefully anyone who happens across this thread in a search will find … Reply by pty
1 Week Ago
… up my computer to a network drive the computer freezes. I… Discussion Thread by Siberian in Hardware and Software
5 Days Ago
… up my computer to a network drive the computer freezes. I… Discussion Thread by Siberian in Hardware and Software
Have you run a full slate of diagnostics on all the hardware? Reply by Reverend Jim
5 Days Ago
… up my computer to a network drive the computer freezes. I… Discussion Thread by Siberian in Hardware and Software
And have you checked the contents of the event log? If you're using Windows see: https://www.howtogeek.com/222730/how-to-find-out-why-your-windows-pc-crashed-or-froze/ Reply by cereal
5 Days Ago
… up my computer to a network drive the computer freezes. I… Discussion Thread by Siberian in Hardware and Software
I've checked event log etc. If this helps, some programs that run in the notification area have occasional animated icons; when I must restart the computer those notification icons stop animating they stick. What if for months I was over heating the … Reply by Siberian
4 Days Ago
… up my computer to a network drive the computer freezes. I… Discussion Thread by Siberian in Hardware and Software
I'm running Windows Memory Diagnostics; in hopes, it gives me an error. If there is no error then I don't know what hardware is failing I'm a a loss. Reply by Siberian
4 Days Ago
… up my computer to a network drive the computer freezes. I… Discussion Thread by Siberian in Hardware and Software
When download a large file or backing up my computer, it's typical the computer restarts; if this information helps ? Reply by Siberian
3 Days Ago