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Jeremy Collake
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Jumping from Ubuntu 14.04 Server to Ubuntu 16.04 Server w/o Planning
So this is what happens when you make this switch: PHP goes to v7.0, which means no legacy mysql procedural interface, though the mysqli procedural interface is an easy substitute, though not identical (e.g. arguments reversed in order in some calls, or add...

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Coupon code - 30% off ANY Bitsum software
This would be shameless self-promotion, but I won't try to sell you - the site will do that (I hope!). However, if you need a coupon code for Bitsum Technologies software like Process Lasso, ParkControl, CPUBalance, etc... then use  TAKEOFF30PLZ  Visit Bitsum

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Worst Updater Ever - Epson (yes, the printers again!)
We've all contended with terrible printer drivers wasting countless hours of technician or personal time, but now we have print systems that generally work. As many know, other software companies like Google and Bitsum (wide spectrum there!) use a single-cl...

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Simple DNSCrypt installer for Windows. Excellent packaging and GUI for easy use of DNSCrypt. Why plaintext DNS queries aren't at the forefront of privacy advocates is curious. This is the simplest and most efficient step users can take to at least beginning to protect their browsing history. Of course, it's no VPN, but hiding your DNS queries removes an obvious audit trail of every site you've touched.

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Another OpenSSL issue. Not as bad as POODLE was, but still serious. That said, I thought everyone had quit using SSLv2 on their servers by now, and many no longer using SSLv3. Apparently not!

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This is an old article, but something we need to remember - the NSA's mechanisms. This document essentially describes a man-in-the-middle attack done by forcing the Certificate Authorities to give the NSA the private key to company's SSL/TLS encryption. And companies like Google, Facebook, and PayPal and none-the-wiser, as there would be a gag order on the Certificate Authority.

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