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MyBB Registration Spam and How to Stop It

If you run any type of site that allows member sign ups, then I’m sure you know all about spam.  I had been receiving a ridiculous amount of spam sign ups on a MyBB forum I administer.  Since the CAPTCHA system didn’t seem to be deterring any of the spam, I decided to look for […]

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QuickBooks – Inventory Reorder System Part 1

QuickBooks is an exceptionally good and well known piece of accounting software.  I have found that many things can be accomplished with QuickBooks if you are willing to think outside the box to get them done. We all know that inventory is an important part of any business.  It must be tracked and accounted for […]

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QuickBooks – Inventory Reorder System Part 2

[Set up Items Part 1][Export to Excel Part 3] In part one of our inventory reorder system series, we learned how to set our items up to have reorder points and max reorder quantities. Now we need be able to generate a report so that we know what needs to be reorder and how many […]

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QuickBooks – Inventory Reorder System Part 3

[Set up Items Part 1][Generate Report Part 2] In the first two parts of our series, we determined that QuickBooks does not have an all-in-one function to give you a report on items that need to be reordered.  Because of this deficiency, we have developed a system to generate a list in QuickBooks, export it […]

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Hide My A$$ Pro VPN OSX Script to Stop Networking on Disconnect

The HMA program for OSX is not as advance as the Windows version and lacks several features. My main complaint with the software is that you are unable to bind programs to the VPN connection. Since the whole point of using this service is to be anonymous, this would be defeated if the connection is […]

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Sony – What Should They Do To Keep Your Business?

Sony has made a pretty big name for themselves recently by exposing their trusting customer’s confidential information. As details continue to emerge, it’s pretty obvious that Sony is the only one to blame. By taking a lackadaisical approach to network security, their customers are having to pay the price. If the shoes were switched and […]

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Sony VSP-NS7 Digital Signage Hacking

Recently I tested out a Sony VSP-NS7 digital signage unit for a customer. This machine really impressed me considering I had used its predecessor the NSP100 and the newer technology was just what the client needed. After doing some online searching I found that, other than the manual, there wasn’t much information out there on […]

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OS X – Apache Web Sharing Starts But You Are Unable Connect

In an effort to save you an afternoon of searching, I thought I would post this to help the OS X users having this issue. There are the usual causes of no content in the web root, firewall blocking requests, incorrect permissions and/or httpd.conf syntax errors. The one error that is a little tougher to […]

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DM-Filemanager 3.9.6-9 Multiple Vulnerabilities

The nDarkness community has recently been working with the wonderful developers over at DutchMonkey.com to review and point out security flaws in some of their freely available software. During this review process, there were several issues found and we will be posting them in the coming weeks for educational purposes. It is our hope that […]

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Mac OS X – Update PHP, MySQL and Easily Add GD Support

If you have ever tried compiling the GD library on Mac OS X, you know that there are several issues to overcome before it is usable. Not to mention the version of PHP included with OS X wasn’t compiled with this option. In this post I will detail an easy method to update PHP, install […]

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