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Security Engine: Secure surfing, e-mail, and more with SSH

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SSH Tunneling Explained How to use a secure SOCKS Proxy with an SSH Tunnel Secure surfing, e-mail, and more with SSH Many of Security Engine’s readers know about SSH. Back before I learned about this useful little trick, I would do my surfing using Lynx on one of my shell accounts whenever I was on an insecure network. No longer is that necessary; this article will show you how to set up an SSH SOCKS proxy that will work with any program that allows usage of a SOCKS proxy. First, you need 2 things: An SSH client (Linux/BSD/UNIX users know...

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Neofreaks.info: Best Xbox 360 Laptop Ever

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The BEST Xbox 360 Laptop Ever! In today's episode of The Ben Heck Show, Ben builds his smallest, coolest Xbox 360 laptop yet. You haven't seen one like this before!

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X86Secret

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X86Secret was a site for highly technical hardware reviews of chips made by Intel, AMD, NVIDIA. They developed objective hardware tests trusted by users all over the Internet, including Trusted Reviews and NVIDIA. They specialized in testing the limits of processors and trying to overclock them.

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Finagler.net

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Finagler.net was a blog dedicated to chronicling the personal experiences of a Canucks fan.  Past posts:  Dear Canucks Please Kill the Flames kthanksbye (posted at 21:18 Wednesday, April 7th) Go Canucks, Go. the Journey from Corn to crap i've used that title already (posted at 1:21 Wednesday, February 18th) If you are at all interested in cookin', get this book right now.I bought the used one and saved a bunch of money. it was the first edition, but its not like it's out of date or anything.if you've seen "Good Eats" on the food network, you know who Alton Brown is. If...

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Saracoth Engine: TDS Gamesys Tweaker v2.0

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This might become less useful with the release of the development tools, but it remains an easy way to tweak difficulty settings since that feature wasn't included in the final game. In fact, some difficulty settings were implemented but never used, and you can tweak them all here. For cheaters, you can also set item prices, maximums, and (with some restrictions) starting equipment. Trust me: you haven't lived until you've given yourself tens of thousands of oil flasks and fire arrows. You can find the older version (which works only with the original gamesys, not modified ones like those in...

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