YouTube alternative DTube

DTube is a relativity young project it's a decentralized blockchain-based solution against YouTube censorship and copyright madness - so the promise. Overview DTube is basically a platform fully written in Javascript, it allows the user to post videos and watch videos and users can earn money in their videos by upvoting the videos. It's a... Continue Reading →

Which is the best Windows Edition? – Here is the answer!

There different Windows Versions and each has its benefit but what is the best one and most secure one which I can suggest?! The short answer and the winner is the Enterprise Version but why? It's not LTSB/LTSC! Windows LTSB (now LTSC) is maybe a special tip but it's not the best choice due to... Continue Reading →

Linux Kernel 4.15 against Meltdown & Spectre

Linus Torvalds released the final version of the first Linux kernel with Meltdown & Spectre fixes, the new version 4.15 comes with over 1000 changesets and this is mostly to address the current security issue. The new Kernel is now more compatible with VR and the free AMDgpu driver got implemented which means AMD Vega... Continue Reading →

Overview of Offline Windows Update Downloader solutions

Maybe you want to integrate Windows updates directly into the ISO or maybe you just want to avoid internet connections after you freshly installed your Windows OS, in this case, it would be useful that you download the KBs (Updates) manually before you start to install Windows OS, so here we go - the following... Continue Reading →

Group of cybercriminals started 28 fake advertising agencies

A group of cybercriminals has started 28 fake advertising agencies to distribute malicious advertisements that tried to infect internet users with malware. To keep up appearances, and to make their companies look more genuine, the criminals created fake LinkedIn profiles of their nonexisting CEOs. Security researchers from Confiant analyzed their behavior and named the group... Continue Reading →

Will 2018 give us an answer how long OEMs should provide us with firmware updates?

2018 will be the year of leaks, that's already for sure. We still get the waves and impacts from last year attacks of KRACK, Meltdown & Spectre among other almost daily upcoming data breaches. No provider and I really mean no provider, OEM's or hardware manufacturer has given us something on the firmware subject over... Continue Reading →

Don’t Sleep Review

Don't Sleep is a little util from Nenad Hrg which is the creator of, his programs are similar to the ones from NirSoft, small, fast and portable! No ads or other gimmicks in it and that's exactly what I like. Overview The software is small not even 150 KB big and it's portable, just... Continue Reading →

7-Zip 18.01

The open source altern atternative7-Zip just got released in v18.01. The new version of the Windows software is the first final release of 2018. The first two digits of the version number reflect the year of release. Overview The new beta version of the archiving software comes with support for unpacking .obj and .coff files. The... Continue Reading →

What should you do immediately after you installed Windows?

Well, I finally made the switch to Linux /end of the article. I'm joking, well not really I switched but I want to hear your suggestion and opinion what you do after you fresh installed Windows. Here some most common techniques what a lot of people doing - but is this the 'best'?   Create... Continue Reading →

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