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As @kjetil-limkjær points out, Powershell version 4 and up includes the Get-FileHash cmdlet. powershell get-filehash -algorithm sha1 <file_to_check> Use doskey to make a persistent alias that's easier to remember. doskey sha256sum=powershell get-filehash -algorithm sha256 "$1" doskey sha1sum=powershell get-filehash -algorithm sha1 "$1" doskey ...


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To check for information about nearby networks using an inbuilt OS X utility called Wireless Diagnostics, follow the steps: 1. Option+Click on the WIFI Menu Icon. 2. Click on "Open Wireless Diagnostics". 3. As Wireless Diagnostics opens, go to Menu Item "Window" and select 'Scan'. This will show you information about nearby networks. Hope that helps.


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WPA is the authentication and encryption system preventing people not knowing the right password to access a Wifi network. However, no matter if it is WPA2 protected or not, you may legitimately not trust Wifi networks from hotels and other public places. The usual advice in such condition is to use a VPN. It is an application which will build a secured ...


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Yes it is true that two devices on the same network can 'sniff' each other. You can see plenty of documentation and examples of this on google. A brief history lesson: Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) was created as a direct response and replacement increasing number of vulnerabilities in the WEP standard. personally: I would stick to WPA2 with a strong ...


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Don't panic. It's just different ways of building a certificate chain of trust. Both ending in a trusted root CA. But once with and once without going via an additional intermediate certificate. There exists more than one certificate with the CN "VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority - G5" And SSL-Tools.net has a list of them. There's ...


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Reanimating :) https://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/debugging-on-os-x#TOC-Temporarily-disabling-the-Sandbox According to this it is enabled by default.


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No, it's just an evidence there are other Wifi network around you. These other Wifi networks most probably belong to other people or companies. You would be able to connect to them only if they give you the associated password, without that you can only see that they are here without being able to actually connect to them.



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