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These are the settings I use on Google Chrome, however you may go more stricter or looser with your security settings depending on your needs. I tend to disable any passwords saved, suggestions for searches, etc. Also, you can remove a lot of junk by using a HOSTS file (see the Hosts File How-To) which will disable banners, ads, click-trackers, etc.
Wrote a little freebasic program that did not require any extra hardware to experiment with pwm.
02 for x = 1 to 50
03 for y =1 to x
04 locate 1,1
06 for z = 1 to 500000 step 5
07 next z
08 next y
09 for a = 1 to 50 -x
10 locate 1,1
11 ?" ";
12 for z = 1 to 500000 step 5
13 next z
14 next a
15 next x
Posted 07-14-2011 at 02:05 AM byrocket357 (Musings on technology, philosophy, and life in the corporate world)
Updated 07-15-2011 at 01:38 AM byrocket357
A native Cisco VPN client doesn't exist for OpenBSD, so I wrote this little script to make vpnc more useful. It detects when the vpn tunnel fails and re-establishes it.
# This script was developed on OpenBSD with ksh as the primary shell.
# set INT_SERVER to a list of 5 ping-able machines behind your vpn gateway
# ip addresses can be repeated if you have less than five machines.
set -A INT_SERVER 192.168.1.16 192.168.1.201