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Marcos Amaral
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Ótima série sobre React JS!
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This is FPGA! ; )
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Equipamento desenvolvido para o monitoramento de produção de energia elétrica.
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14/02/2017
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Nova versão do protótipo em desenvolvimento do SmartPlug, caixa de montagem em plástico feita por impressora 3D.
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We live in very connected times now, to the point where the joke in the photo below isn't that far off from the truth. Given the effects of the recent DDoS that effected much of the internet, might it be a wise idea to reconsider our choices? In the case of that DDoS, changing the default password should have been obvious to end users, but for whatever reason they didn't change it.

What I would like to know, how would each of you suggest improving your (or end user) security? (beyond things like password tips or actually setting a password)

Some things that occur to me are minimizing online presence to keep old or unnecessary accounts no longer a possible threat or means of exposure. Also limiting IoT type items due to inherent issues with security. Lastly, making more things offline (or internal to a network) to keep it not dependent on the continuing functionality of the internet.

So what do you say, what would you (or have end users) change to make things like the recent DDoS harder to accomplish or increase protection for people?
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I've been having some issues with probing and automatic leveling while milling PCBs on the #cnc  - this is the work around I came up with to make sure I can still get usable boards while I work on solving the issue.

If you give the copper side of the PCB a light coat of spray paint before milling you can soak it in etchant to remove any copper that didn't mill all the way through. The paint will come off with some acetone. If you are not going to solder the board straight away you can leave it on to help prevent the copper from tarnishing.

This helps avoid wasting perfectly good PCB blanks while testing and tuning and lets you produce usable boards earlier than you might be able to normally.
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