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Popularity: 4.52
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 8
Views: 3,780
NT Services 2013 - Michael Haephrati
Developing NT services compatible with today's limitations (C++)
 
Programming / Development/ General   Posted: 28 Aug 2013
2.
Popularity: 4.23
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 7
Views: 5,006
Target Eye Revealed - Part 4 - Keyboard Capturing - Michael Haephrati
Michael Haephrati explains how keyboard capturing should be done (C++)
 
Desktop/ General   Posted: 13 Sep 2013, Updated: 13 Sep 2013
3.
Popularity: 4.10
Rating: 4.86/5
Votes: 7
Views: 1,307
Target Eye Revealed - part 1 - Michael Haephrati
How Target Eye's Auto updating mechanism allows a silent update of an application from identifying newer versions, downloading them and running them instead of the old one (C++, Windows)
 
Desktop/ General   Posted: 10 Sep 2013
4.
Popularity: 3.89
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 6
Views: 2,347
Target Eye Revealed - Part 2 - Michael Haephrati
Michael Haephrati describes Target Eye screen capturing mechanism (C++, Windows)
 
Desktop/ General   Posted: 10 Sep 2013
5.
Popularity: 3.89
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 6
Views: 1,670
Target Eye Revealed - Part 3 - Michael Haephrati
Michael Haephrati describes the Shopping List and how it is used (C++)
 
Desktop/ General   Posted: 13 Sep 2013
6.
Popularity: 3.89
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 6
Views: 2,879
How the AmigaHASP was born - Michael Haephrati
Michael Haephrati describes how a hardware copy protection dongle was developed. (Hardware)
 
Displays and interfaces/ General   Posted: 13 Sep 2013
7.
Popularity: 3.01
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 4
Views: 1,247
The problem with today's Internet - Michael Haephrati
Michael Haephrati brings a new angle to some questions about today's Internet (Networking)
 
Programming / Development/ General   Posted: 13 Sep 2013
8.
Popularity: 2.39
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 3
Views: 937
Spy Inside (SpyInside) a portable monitoring application - Michael Haephrati
An example of a small and easy to implement monitoring application (C++, Windows, Haephrati, Michael, Monitoring)
 
Desktop/ General   Posted: 4 Oct 2013
9.
Popularity: 2.39
Rating: 4.43/5
Votes: 3
Views: 1,920
Setup a Git server on your Raspberry Pi [Tip/Trick] - Marco Bertschi
Short and easy description on how you get your own, private Git server running on your Raspberry Pi (Linux)
 
Application Servers/ General   Posted: 4 Mar 2014
10.
Popularity: 1.51
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 2
Views: 1,174
Target Eye Revealed part 5 - The Cover Story - Michael Haephrati
Why the creation of a cover story a mandatory part of any covert monitoring product and how Target Eye handled it (C++)
 
Security and Anti-virus/ General   Posted: 4 Oct 2013
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Popularity: 0.00
Rating: 5.00/5
Votes: 1
Views: 3,942
How Do You Get A Service SID From A Service Name [Technical Blog] - ledtech3
Recently I have been trying to better understand Windows Service Security. Starting with Windows Vista, Windows Services were able to have a SID Associated with the service so you could have Service Isolation and reduce the required privileges needed and … Continue reading → (SID)
 
Uncategorised Technical Blogs/ General   Posted: 11 Sep 2013
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Popularity: 0.00
Rating: 0.00/5
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Views: 893
Rootkits [Technical Blog] - ledtech3
Rootkits have become the most devious method of hiding malware on a system. They are being employed to every sector from the home user to government to private industry.The monetary and information losses along with infrastructure disruption will continue to … Continue reading → (rootkit)
 
Security and Anti-virus/ General   Posted: 5 Dec 2013, Updated: 10 Dec 2013
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Popularity: 0.00
Rating: 0.00/5
Votes:
Views: 370
Under the hood of the ATI Ace Event Log [Technical Blog] - ledtech3
Or, Why is the event log maxing out the log with useless user information. Anyone that has the Catalyst Control Center may have noticed the Ace Event Log. Mine seems to stay full of errors and if you clear the … Continue reading → (.NET)
 
Uncategorised Technical Blogs/ General   Posted: 6 May 2014

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