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7 bad programming ideas that work

Anyone who has listened to a teenager, sports commentator, or corporate management knows the connection between words and meaning can be fluid. A new dance craze can be both “cool” and “hot” at the same time. A star player’s “sick moves” don’t necessarily require any medical attention. And if a company is going to “reorganize,” it’s not good for anyone, except perhaps the shareholders — even then it’s not always clear. * Read the full article here

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10 Best Password Cracking Tools Of 2016 | Windows, Linux, OS X

Password cracking is an integral part of digital forensics and pentesting. Keeping that in mind, we have prepared a list of the top 10 best password cracking tools that are widely used by ethical hackers and cybersecurity experts. These tools–including the likes of Aircrack, John the Ripper, and THC Hydra–use different algorithms and protocols to crack the passwords on a Windows, Linux, and OS X system. * Read the full article here

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Why Inbox is Much Better Than Gmail

Inbox by Gmail has been around for almost two years, and while it continues to exist alongside Gmail, it’s easy to see that Google engineers see Inbox as the email app of the future. New features are being added on a regular basis, and with each one, it’s slowly becoming smarter and easier to use. Here are five reasons you should consider switching to Inbox right now. * Read the full article here

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12 Things You Can Now Do With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

It’s Windows 10 update time! The so-called “Anniversary Update” marks just over a year since the OS officially made it out of Redmond and it’s the biggest update yet. We’ve already posted our initial impressions of the update, but with the hefty patch now rolling out for everybody, here are 12 new tricks to try on your Windows 10 machine. * Read the full article here

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IT departments driven batty by alerts

Are all the notifications getting to you? Does your phone buzz, ping and ding with far too many deeply unimportant messages? Imagine, then, you work in an IT department. It seems that, at least for some IT people, their brains are being addled by a constant stream of alerts. Can so many things be going wrong with IT systems? Are at least some of these alerts false alarms? How can you tell? * Read the full article here

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