If like me, you travel a lot, then having a solid travel router that allows me to work on the move securely and with anonymity is a necessity. The GL-MiFi router has proven to be a solid and reliable unit
So you purchased a Raspberry Pi ZERO Wireless and like me, did not realize that you would have no way to actually access the small form factor computer, because it does not have any standard USB ports.
Building a virtual machine can be a bit of a daunting task. However, in this video, we use ‘Virtualbox’ to make it super simple.
In this scenario we want to use a mini travel router to act as a VPN client so that when we connect any device to it we know the data will be safe and traverse via a VPN.
So it seems that I can power a Ubiquiti Bullet and Rocket directly with DC 12v.
On a recent trip to Kalbarri, we decided that the town was WAY to busy and we should try and go up river. We found some cracker spots to camp and put up the drone.
Just last week I was setting up IP cameras at home and connecting the irrigation controller to the network and I was opening my network up to the internet WAY to much. (I was port forwarding all kinds of ports.) So to mitigate opening up to the internet so much I decided to setup a VPN tunnel that I could easily connect to which would allow me access into my local network.
Is cryptocurrency mining profitable in Australia when you have to pay for your power usage? Let’s take a look. A proper look.
Tara and I got married this month and whilst doing the prep work for the wedding I came across some large marquee lettering that were up for hire.
Fees are basically broken down into two parts. The first are the Fees that you pay at an exchange to purchase or send crypto currency.
In a nutshell ‘Mining’ Crypto Currency is basically verifying transactions on the network or blockchain. This happens to ensure the system remains safe, secure and reliable.
Ever since 2012 I have been interested in the Crypto Currency market (Yes Bitcoin fascinated me!) however, as like many of us we thought it was a bit of a pipe dream and did not invest in it.
Have you ever just wanted to get the boys (and girls) out and away from the PS4? well I think I found the solution… My son and I decided to give the whole “mower restoration” thing a go. After a bit of searching I decided upon the ever popular Scott Bonnar/Rover Model 45.
After playing with NFC and RFID a bit in the last year I realised that the technology is really hamstrung to only a few use cases. Primarily Entry systems and payment systems. No one has really used the technology for much more. Maybe some active tracking solutions, but really the use cases for NFC are pretty scarce.
We moved into a brand new home about 3 months ago. Most people would have checked out the comms infrastructure in the area prior to buying. Silly me however assumed that being only 20km from the center of Perth city we would be able to achieve decent DSL speeds.
Just recently I managed to find some time to head down to my mates place in Fingal, NSW. To most Fingal seems like a bit of a trek, but what I have noticed recently is that the Gold Coast has pretty much all merged all the way down the coast and now it just doesn’t seem that far to get to Fingal.
Over the last couple of weeks I have been playing with Adobe Premiere Pro with varying results. The biggest problem I have run into is the preview of a sequence becoming choppy after a few seconds of playback. After reading MULTIPLE forum posts and articles on this matter I still have not found a complete solution.