Shhh don’t say a word against XprivacyLUA or else…

I'm forced to write another article about XPrivacyLUA because the developer M66B decided to answer me with even more false information in his own XDA thread. In other words, he claimed my previous article - or parts of it - are wrong. Marcel Bokhorst reacted in order to correct my statements I did in my article.... Continue Reading →

How Advertising Malware smuggles Malware into the Google Play Store

"Always download apps from the official app store." - that's what people arguing in order to stay away from malware but is this true? Several malware was already found during the past years within the official Store, Google reacted and hardened their systems, as a result, your device gets regularly scanned in order to find malware... Continue Reading →

The NSA does not need Backdoors

There are often rumors and wrong statements when it comes to the backdoor discussion, some people say that NSA and other agencies definitely need backdoors in encryption or software in order to get the data. This myth seems now debunked based on the article from Wired which comes with the title: The NSA Is Building the Country's... Continue Reading →

Playstation 4 Emulator on the horizon

Orbital is AlexAltea (Alexandro Sanchez) latest GitHub project which virtualize the PS 4 1.76 kernel to get the Playstation 4 emulation running (LLE emulation). One of the project goal is to get commercial games emulated under Windows, macOS and Linux. Before you get hyped here is a Warning Even though the PS4 does have an x86 CPU... Continue Reading →

nVidia ends x86 support and puts Femi-based GPU support to Legacy Status

NVIDIA has now official ended mainstream graphics driver support for Fermi-based GeForce GPUs. The company is also following up on their promise back from December 2017 about dropping mainstream driver support for 32-bit (x86) operating systems. No Game Ready improvements or other changes nVidia will no longer receive Game Ready driver enhancements, performance optimizations or bugfixes. However, they... Continue Reading →

YouTube Video Downloader Pro Review

YouTube Downloader Pro (short: YTD Pro) is a universal video download application which allows you to download and watch videos quickly. The original program started with YouTube support but in the meantime, the YTD Pro evolved and supported many other platforms like Facebook, PornHub, and others. Overview The program needs minimum Windows XP in order... Continue Reading →

Are there any good Reddit shredder for overwriting comments?

Since Reddit is tracking it's user more and more you might ask yourself which options you have in order to escape this permanent surveillance. There are a bunch of good scripts and utilities in to make Reddit's life harder, delete your history and comments is a good start. Deleting history using the manual way (not... Continue Reading →

Microsoft does not broke the ability to disable web search in Windows 10 version 1803

There some 'news' which I need to react too because people asked me this night via eMail if it's true or not that Microsoft broke Cortana's Web Search function in Windows 10 which makes it impossible to disable it. Sadly the quality of GHacks is sinking more and more. The official Group policy editor still triggers one... Continue Reading →

Microsoft released WinFile v10.0 File Manager source code on GitHub

Microsoft released their old File Manager from Windows NT 4.x (Windows ME) times as open source on GitHub. The project is licensed under MIT. Another pointless release if you ask me and maybe only a worthless try to win some trust back (=). Or is it really only to show what it was using the... Continue Reading →

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