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How To: Install MacOSX Snow Leopard in Windows PC using Vmware

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard in Windows PC using VMware Workstation as virtual machine. Begin by downloading the program from the link provided in the video description. ISO image is made especially for Windows PC users. Mac users can download the DMG file from there too. This is a full video guide on how to install Snow Leopard in Windows 7, XP, Vista using VMware Workstation and download all the software (VMware workstation, Mac OS X Snow Leopar...

How To: Install MacOSX Snow Leopard on a Windows PC

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard in Windows PC using VMware Workstation as virtual machine. Begin by downloading the program from the link provided in the video description. ISO image is made especially for Windows PC users. Mac users can download the DMG file from there too. This video is a complete tutorial for installing Snow Leopard in Windows 7, XP, or Vista.

How To: Check Your MacOS Computer for Malware & Keyloggers

While you might suspect your MacOS computer has been infected with malware, it can be difficult to know for sure. One way to spot malicious programs is to look for suspicious behavior — like programs listening in on our keyboard input or launching themselves every time we boot. Thanks to free MacOS tools called ReiKey and KnockKnock, we can detect suspicious programs to discover keyloggers and other persistent malware lurking on our system.

How To: Set Up a New MacOS Computer to Protect Against Eavesdropping & Ransomware

While MacOS computers have been spared from some of the most famous malware attacks, there is no shortage of malicious programs written for them. To keep your computer safe from some of the most common types of malware, we'll check out two free tools. These tools can automatically detect ransomware encrypting your files and watch for unauthorized access to your microphone and camera.

How To: Dual boot Vista & Mac OSX

This video illustrates the easiest method to Dual Boot Vista and MacOS on a single PC. This process is comprised of the following steps-Step 1. First install Windows Vista to your PC.Step 2. Run the software "Bootmaster" in windows.Step 3. When asked for the number of operating system to be installed choose Dual Boot option.Step 4. You would be asked for the type of operating systems to be installed on the computer.Step 5. Choose MAC OS and Windows Vista OS.Step 6. Insert the MAC OS CD and th...

How To: Download a torrent for the first time

This video tutorial from JdudeTutorials presents how to download a torrent for the first time.To start, open your Internet browser. Browse to utorrent web page.Download and install uTorrent client version, suitable for your operating system (MacOS or Windows).Once you've installed application, browse to The Pirate Bay.This is the largest torrent source in the world.Check Video option under the search bar and type family guy (as an example).Click Enter. A list of torrents connected to family g...

How To: Download and install the Handbrake DVD ripping tool

This video tutorial from dproxisback presents how to download and install Handbrake DVD ripping tool.To avoid installation problems, carefully choose application version for each type of computer and operating system.Open your internet browser and visit http://handbrake.fr/?article=download web page.Choose correct version for your type of operating system (MacOS, Linux, Windows).Download and install the application. Run Handbrake once it's installed.Click File-Select Source. Browse for your f...

Mac for Hackers: How to Set Up a MacOS System for Wi-Fi Packet Capturing

MacOS isn't known as an ideal operating system for hacking without customization, but it includes native tools that allow easy control of the Wi-Fi radio for packet sniffing. Changing channels, scanning for access points, and even capturing packets all can be done from the command line. We'll use aliasing to set some simple commands for easy native packet capture on a macOS system.

How To: The Paranoid Mac Owner's Guide to Defeating Remote Snooping & Evil Maid Attacks

If you're worried about the security of your Mac, there are easy measures to prevent the most dangerous attacks. Named after the tactic of accessing an unattended computer in a hotel room, we can thwart "evil maid" attacks with Do Not Disturb and LuLu, free macOS tools by Objective-See that keep an eye on unattended computers and flag suspicious network connections that indicate a malware infection.

How To: Get iOS 10's New Wallpaper on Any Phone

In usual Apple fashion, there are new wallpapers to go along with their new operating systems, iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. The background that's included in iOS 10 for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch is a crashing aqua-colored wave with land just below its surface, and macOS Sierra's is a razor-sharp mountain ridge from the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California.

Hacking macOS: How to Use One Tclsh Command to Bypass Antivirus Protections

Using Netcat to backdoor a macOS device has its short-comings. If the compromised Mac goes to sleep, the Netcat background process will occasionally fail to terminate correctly; This leaves Netcat running infinitely in the background and the attacker with no new way into the device. As an alternative, we'll use the lesser-known Tcl shell which can handle abrupt backdoor disconnections.

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