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.
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:
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.