For a long time I’ve watched the world of home automation with eager interest in the hope that one day I would be able to apply it in my own home.
Over the years I have read about various systems and protocols used in home automation such as the X10, Z-Wave, ZigBee or Insteon. Some of them use cables or the power line for signaling and control, while others communicate wirelessly via radio waves. Some of them proprietary and others open. But usually incompatible with each other.
Unfortunately, due to their high cost, the difficulty of acquiring the components at that time, their technical limitations, their complex installation or their bad UX from inside and/or outside the home made it impossible for me to implement them in my own home. Until now. Read More
Maybe you’re not using a VPN yet. Perhaps you don’t even know what a VPN is. But it’s more likely you use a connected device such as a smartphone, a tablet or a PC everyday. If that is the case, I strongly suggest that you continue reading. It’ll be worth it. Read More
In the corresponding folder you will find two files. The factory-to-ddwrt file is to flash the router from OEM to DD-WRT, which is the one we used in the first installation. The webflash file is to upgrade when already running DD-WRT and is the one we need now. In my case I downloaded:
The Linksys WRT1900ACS is a good wireless router, but one of its best features is that it is supported by different open source firmwares including dd-wrt. So, if you’re like me and want to use this router with the OpenSource router firmware to unlock all of its power instead of the limited factory firmware, read this guide to learn how to install it. It’s not a hard process but I had several issues when I installed the firmware on my router so I’ve written in this guide all the solutions I had to apply. I hope they will help you too.
Some days ago I noticed while I was browsing the web with Firefox Quantum 57.0.4 (64-bit) how the fans of my Macbook Air started running at full speed. Immediately I opened the Activity Monitor and I saw that the process responsible of this anormal CPU use was “Firefox Web Content”.
The solution was simple, I added a new rule in Little Snitch to deny any outgoing connection to the domain coinhive.com
Now my Mac will not work mining to others via coinhive ?