Well, if you are here the chances that you know what KB3033929 is are really high, but for who doesn’t know:
This update adds support to SHA-2 hashing algorithm signing and verification.
In most cases this means this update enables your Windows to load drivers signed with SHA256 certificates only, otherwise you will need cross-sign your driver with a SHA1 + SHA256 certificates.
A few days ago I was reading about HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) and I was looking for an easier way to implement it on a IIS (Internet Information Service 8) host.
With just a few searchs on google, I got some answers…
Some seem easier, some seem wrong, doesn’t matter, I was testing everything to check what was right and good solution.
For one day I thought I got the right one, but I was very, very wrong, let me explain why…
To be honest, I didn’t like the latest’s updates on the Skype interface.
Precisely because of that I continue using the old version 6.21.
I believe that I will continue using it, until they release a better interface.
The only problem is put up with Skype asking if you want to update it.
Hello, is anyone there? Anyway…
I’m still alive, busy, not writing on this blog as you can see and my English still sucks.
I’m posting here just to let you know that I released the source of MenuTools on GitHub a month ago.
I don’t know if anyone is interested, but anyway this is the link:
I own a HP PSC 1315 all-in-one printer, which only has eight years old and still works fine.
I wanted to check the level of ink cartridges, but I haven’t found a easy solution, so I decided to share mine.
Today I installed by mistake the Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software for Bluetooth® on my laptop.
When I tried to uninstall it, I received an error and could not remove the software.
So, a battle begins: Me vs Uninstaller… The uninstaller was clearly winning, but not for long. (more…)
This project Finite Automata Optimizer (OAF), was proposed by our teacher of compiler construction in college. His objective is reduce any NFA to a minimal DFA.
I managed to finish the course and be approved, so now I can make it available for study.
You can download the source code and find more information here.
I really enjoyed using PowerMenu, thanks Thong Nguyen for that, but with the release of new 64-bit operating systems, it just stopped working.
For this reason, I decided to develop a similar software with the same features.
Is still in beta and needs to be polished, but it works very well.
For those who do not know what I’m talking about, the picture below tries to explain:
I have plans to add new features such as keyboard shortcuts, customizable menus, internationalization, etc..
However, to avoid wasting too much time developing something that only I’m using, I decided to release this software to public.
The software is free, there is no limitation of features, just a simple license included.
You can download it from here.
Please share your feedback on the comments below.