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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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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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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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Intuit QuickBooks Discount Error Goes Unfixed

Unless you live in a secluded cave in the middle of nowhere, you have undoubtedly heard of a little program called QuickBooks by Intuit. This program comes in a variety of different flavors to suit your personal and/or business needs. This software can be surprisingly simple to use with little to no effort. In a […]

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Apple’s Snow Leopard Bug Deletes All User Data

A bug has been reported on the Apple discussion boards and references a condition that causes all user data to be deleted. The bug seems to be caused by a user that logs into a guest account only to find out when they log back into their account, all of their data is gone. The […]

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Flash Cookies and What You Don’t Know

If you have been browsing the internet for any period of time, I’m sure you have heard of cookies. Even though you may not be entirely sure what they do, you certainly know how to delete them. Right? Cookies are files websites save on your computer that contain information about you. There are several legitimate […]

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MacBook/MacBook Pro Hibernation Modes

As a power saving feature of most modern operating systems, you have the ability to save your current system state to ram, go into a power saving mode and consume very little battery power. This is a very convenient feature among portable computer users that are always on the go. MacBooks have this feature enabled […]

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