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About nerdv2

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    Arcadia Bay
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    Web Developer


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    Core 2 Duo E8400 2.83ghz
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    Gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L (rev. 1.3)
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    4x1gb DDR2
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    Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GT430 2GB DDR3
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    Some old shit.
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    Seagate Barracuda 320GB 7200RPM
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    Also some old shit.
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    Acer P166HQL 16" LCD Display
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    Vantec Aerocool 3
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    Logitech K120
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    Logitech m100r
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    Cheap earbuds.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit with Ubuntu 16.04 64bit

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  1. Veracrypt is free, open-source and been audited by an independent third-party team. It's still my encryption go-to choice for my Windows+Linux environment.
  2. If you going to do the easy route and only doing it on a desktop, use a DigitalPersona reader. I have personally used it to develop on .NET and Java and the SDK is really complete if you want to do complex stuff later.
  3. That is a clever hack, now I learn something new. And hey, I consider batch file and xml scripting is programming.
  4. Are you sure that autoplay and autorun are enabled? Enabling autorun/autoplay is bad idea security-wise. You could force it to be enabled via group policy. https://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-to-disable-autoplay-and-autorun-in-windows-10/ If you have time, prefer to detect the device dynamically with C# using InteropServices. https://www.codeguru.com/columns/dotnet/detecting-usb-devices-using-c.html And you can execute the batch script or even customize it yourself.
  5. nerdv2

    SQL Help

    How about replacing REFERENCES AUTHORS with REFERENCES dbo.AUTHORS
  6. nerdv2

    SQL Help

    Do you have a complete error log of that? I use Navicat for testing since I am running linux.
  7. nerdv2

    SQL Help

    Hmm, that's weird. I tested the queries with the exception of publisher and series table and works without issues. Where do you try to execute this?
  8. Unpopular opinion: I use PHP as a REST server for my mobile apps.
  9. nerdv2

    SQL Help

    Does the AUTHORS table and the AuthorID column exist? If so, does the AuthorID are set as primary key?
  10. I would recommend Alfa Long-Range Dual-Band AC1200, probably because my experience with it and a great piece for WiFi pentesting.
  11. You could modify the OS hosts file and send the domain to or you could leverage the modem parental control settings.
  12. There's a lot of great advice in here, I included some. while I think that I need to separate like Malware Attack, Privacy Issues, and some of more tactical and structured attack like Social Engineering.
  13. For this version? Unfortunately not, and I can't say much because I bought the cheaper Backlight one and I am using Linux.
  14. If you like compact one, I recommend Ducky One TKL RGB LED Mechanical Keyboard (Blue Cherry MX) https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1754
  15. Try to uninstall the current driver and install the one available at Windows Update, if still won't work I am afraid that it was hardware issue.