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25-GPU cluster cracks every standard Windows password in <6 hours

GPU Cracking Of GPU A password-cracking expert has unveiled a computer cluster that can cycle through as many as 350 billion guesses per second. It’s an almost unprecedented speed that can try every possible Windows passcode in the typical enterprise in less than six hours. The five-server system uses a relatively new package of virtualization software that harnesses the power of …

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From Windows 8 to Raspberry Pi, we pick the top IT stories of 2012

  Windows 8 The year in IT was filled with big changes, as Microsoft unveiled the future of Windows and former enterprise stalwart Research In Motion continued its distressing fall toward irrelevance. The year in IT also had its uplifting stories, from the birth of the Raspberry Pi to Red Hat’s success pairing financial success with a vision true to …

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How to Get Start Menu Button back in Windows 8

Windows 8 Latest and one of the best release by Microsoft is Windows 8 OS. Which comes with the lots of  modifications. Among that Start Menu is the important one. Microsoft changed the entire layout of the start menu used by its previous versions. Windows 8 comes with a Modern UI style start menu, In which all the applications and the installed programs are arranged as …

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How to Edit Hosts File in Mac OS X and Windows

Hosts File What is Hosts File: The Hosts file is a text file which has map hostnames to IP addresses. If you type URL in the browser, it will check the hosts file and if it is located, then it will redirect to the IP which you have provided, otherwise it will go to the IP via DNS server of your …

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Consumer Reports makes case for Windows 7 PCs

Windows 7 Windows 7 may be the better choice as a PC operating system on new systems than the just-released Windows 8, Consumer Reports magazine said this week. “Windows 7 generally received favorable reviews when it was released,” Consumer Reports’ Donna Tapellini said in a piece Tuesday on the consumer watchdog’s website. “[Three years] after its 2009 launch, there still haven’t …

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