What Is Credential Dumping?

Despite all the cybersecurity industry’s talk of preventing “breaches,” a computer network in some ways is less like a fortress and more like a human body. And skillful hackers are like germs: They tend to get in via some orifice or another. Once inside, it’s whether they can thrive and …

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Boost your PC storage performance by 30x with this free trick

When it comes to storage though, random access memory (RAM) remains the best – in terms of speed – that money can buy, at least until someone comes up with user-installed HBM (high bandwidth memory). Using widely available free, open source software (ImDisk), system memory (or simply computer memory as …

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The Second Coming of the Robot Pet

Mita Yun didn’t get into robotics to save the world. The lunar rovers she built as a student at Carnegie Mellon, and the software she developed as an engineer for Google—that stuff was just practice. The things Yun really wanted to make were friends. Yun had hungered for companionship since …

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Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay Review: A Cam and Printer In One

Despite the naysayers, print film refuses to die. Kodak resurrected one of it’s most popular films, Ektachrome, and Fujifilm has announced it will bring back Acros 100, a popular black-and-white film. It’s not just pros and artists that crave real-world prints though; instant-print cameras and printers have been piling up …

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