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USG works like a firewall for USB connections – BleepingComputer

BleepingComputer USG works like a firewall for USB connections BleepingComputer USG, created by New Zealander Robert Fisk, works as an intermediary between the computer and the USB device (flash drive, USB keyboard , USB mouse ) and behaves similar to a firewall, inspecting the data that passes through it. USG, which runs on ...

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PC on the workdesk or the other way around? – Elektor (blog)

PC on the workdesk or the other way around? Elektor (blog) My gear comprises oscilloscopes (both CRT and USB ), generators (DC to daylight they say), cables, solder tools (10-250 watts), a 2 kilowatt AC line isolation transformer … the whole shebang as many Elektor readers may have it too in their attic ...

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WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Nip/Tuck

These days, Ryan Murphy has a TV empire. But if you go back and watch his sophomore show, you can see the first signs of the programming he'd make. The post WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Nip/Tuck appeared first on WIRED .

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