A group of neuroscientists and cryptographers have created a way to generate a complex and secure password that is stored in the user’s subconscious memory, making it essentially immune to extraction by coercion.
Think you know your Batman baddies? This incredibly detailed chart maps out the hundreds of villains that have been thwarted by the Dark Knight over nearly a century of comic book, television, and silver screen lore.
Editing the Windows context menu can be done manually by hacking away at the Registry, but you may not be ready to dig in there just yet, in that case read on to see how you can get the registry keys generated for you.
Have you ever noticed that your browser sometimes displays a website’s organization name on an encrypted website? This is a sign that the website has an extended validation certificate, indicating that the website’s identity has been verified.
Windows 8 allows third-party browser to replace Internet Explorer in the Metro environment — except on Windows RT. You can use Google Chrome in Metro today, and Firefox for Metro is on the way.
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Our latest edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as no Office 2013 support for XP and Vista, a new Chrome Dev Channel feature frees web apps from the browser, one in five hacked logins match Microsoft Accounts, and more.
IPv4 addresses on the public Internet are running low. Microsoft paid $7.5 million for Nortel’s 666,624 IP addresses when Nortel went bankrupt in 2011 – that’s over $8 an IP address. IPv4 has technical problems, and IPv6 is the solution.