I looked at some logs today and it felt exactly like something that had happened 2 days ago. So I Googled “there’s a glitch in the matrix” and found this cool list of coincidentally-dressed folks in the Matrix.
You’re not a start-up, stop acting like one! 😉
A number of D-Link Wi-Fi routers are in serious trouble…
“A number of popular D-Link home routers have a trio of vulnerabilities in their firmware that, when used together, can allow an attacker to take complete control of a vulnerable device.”
Why do you make things so hard, Salesforce? Why? Stop logging me out all the time!
Thermal paste is crucial for the proper operation of any modern computer. After a few years, the cheap crud they apply at the factory often dries up or becomes otherwise more harmful than beneficial to keeping your CPU or GPU cool. Sometimes you can see this with a software temperature monitor, other times it won’t seem to run all that much hotter, but simple lock up, reboot (kernel panic, GPU panic), or present graphics corruption.
Mine was “running fine” but would simply reboot with a GPU panic whenever attempting to do something that heated it up. Once hot it was usually fine for a while. Lately it had gotten bad enough that it would reboot in the middle of the night, sleeping and cold. I had no choice but to open it up, remove several screws and a few parts, and redo the paste. ifixit.com has great step by step tutorials with photos and comments from people who have done it. This page is mostly just here to document my photos. This may be my first legit post trying to link several photos on this site.
It’s sad that this page even has to exist. C’mon, Apple!
Find out how long it would take a basic computer to crack your password. Long passwords with basic characters generally work well.