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If you, like me, have an old laptop and have lost the BIOS password, all is not lost.

After a little searching I found a little online utility (no downloads!) that returns the backdoor passwords of most BIOS manufacturers. 70 more words


This Arduino-based device notifies you of an external IP address change

Maker uses Arduino with an Ethernet shield to send you an email whenever your external IP address changes. 

A Maker by the name of “Bayres” has devised a pretty slick project using an… 455 more words

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Using Arduino to catch Pokémon

Gotta catch ‘em all but have no one to play with? Luckily, there’s Arduino. 

If you’re looking to “catch ’em all,” you’re going to need to have two Game Boys, two copies of the same game and, of course, someone else to play along with. 315 more words

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The General Characteristics Of PIC16F877A (1/3)

PIC16F877A has 33 Input/Output. The remaining pins are reserved for voltage supply, oscillator, Reset (MCLR) as the necessary equipment of micro-controller to operate. 44-PIN QFN, 44-PIN PLCC, 44-PIN TQFP and 40-PIN PDIP are sold in packs. 182 more words


Serial EEPROM - A Great Form of Non-Volatile Storage For Any Embedded System

Most PIC microcontrollers have some form of non-volatile EEPROM on chip. However, the largest I’ve seen is 1KB available on the 18F series. There are many applications in which we may need a great deal more than this. 561 more words


Thunderstrike - new Mac "ueberrootkit" could own your Apple forever‏

US-based security researcher Trammell Hudson presented an intriguing paper on Mac rootkits at the recent Chaos Computer Congress (CCC) in Germany.

He called his work… 1.298 more words


Forced Project in continuation..

After the last update on this project, I spent in between a week to figure out the code for recording linear encoding position and then reading it back in the same sequence to run the motor of the linear drive. 262 more words