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Connect Remotely to Other Computers

There are two main ways to remotely connect to other computers. This article will tell you when and how you should use each.

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The Hack Mac Forums Are Online!

The ultimate place to discuss Mac security and hacking has opened up to the public! Check out the HackMac.org forums now!

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everyAir: Remotely Control Computers

everyAir is a great app for remotely control your computer, regardless of operating system, from your iDevice. It costs five dollars on the App Store and you can download their computer client on any number of home computers. It has many options for navigating your computer, including a mouse drag mode and an on-screen-keyboard.

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Remotely Control Multiple Computers Using SSHSudo

Have you ever wanted to remotely control multiple computers at the same time with just a few simple commands? We go in-depth in this article and teach you how to do just that.

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AppleScript 101: Review and Moving On

It’s time to review everything you’ve learned so far in our AppleScript 101 series and prepare for the next step – a big, useful script that we’ll be putting together over the next few posts!

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Bash 101: Input and Output Redirection

This article is an overview of the basics behind input and output redirection in bash. This is a very cool piece of Bash that allows you to get data from a file, put data into a file, or even string several commands together. The two Bash Basics that allow us to accomplish this are called Standard Input and Standard Output. Most Bash commands support both of these.

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The New and Improved iPad 2

Apple announced the new iPad today, bringing with it many improvements over the previous model. It’s thinner, lighter, faster, sleeker, and has a front facing camera for face time. It also now comes equipped with HDMI output in full 1080p. It also features a new Apple A5 chip, which marks the first dual core processor in a tablet device.

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ProcessRenicer: Resource Tweaking for OSX

ProcessRenicer is a freeware program that lets you adjust the priority of different programs. If you have one program, say a video encoder like handbrake, and it is taking up to much processor power. You can lower the priority so it will allocate less space, while this will make it take longer you will also be able to do other things more effectively in the background.

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Do You Want to Hack a Mac in Under 30 Minutes?

It’s now simpler than ever to hack Macs, thanks to our new guide! Read the post to find out how you can get access to this, and more – all for free!

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Android App Review: ConnectBot

Have you ever wanted to being able to SSH from your phone? Have you ever wondered how you can do that? This article will answer those questions with the help of a very nice app for Android: ConnectBot!

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