Category: Linux

  • Linux On The Computer Chronicles

    I recently found an old episode of the Computer Chronicles on YouTube which contained a interview with Linus Torvalds!! I rushed to download the entire episode from YouTube and cropped it to just contain the interview. And heres the end product:

  • How To: Play Classic MS-DOS Games in Ubuntu Linux

    Ever wanted to play all of those classic MS-DOS games that you have on floppy in your old dusty drawer, but don’t have any retro MS-DOS computer? Don’t worry, you can play (almost) all of them in a emulated MS-DOS environment. And the emulator is called ‘dosbox’, and it’s not only available for Linux, Windows and Mac […]

  • Netcat Tutorial: Connect Through Proxy

    If you are performing a pentest, you have to stay as anonymous as you can, even ifyou are performing such a simple task as a banner grab. Anonymity is specially important when performing a bind shell to a remote computer, and you don’t want your computer savvy victim to take notice, or at least, be able to track you.

  • Disable The Translation Bar In Google Chrome/Chromium

    OMG, Leave me alone!! For one freakin’ second leave me alone!! That annoying translation bar that keeps popping up every time i visit a website thats in another language than my own, but what if i already understand that language? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just slam that annoying translation bar to hell? […]

  • Chromium Passes Acid3 Test 100/100!!

    Click to enlarge I recently found out that you can run a version of Google Chrome in Linux (yeah I know, so late) called “Chromium“. And I decided to run a Acid3 test just for fun to see what this browser is capable of. And guess what? It passes 100/100!! (See the top image for […]