SOLVED: Everything You Need To Know About the New Windows Subsystem For Linux Version 2

If you are new to Linux or you are serious Linux power user, the new Windows Subsystem For Linux v2 (WSL2) is for you. WSL1 vs WSL2 The original Windows Subsystem For Linux (version 1) was effectively an emulator.  When you made a command in Linux, it was translated in Windows, executed and then the results were translated back into Linux.  While this worked, it was relatively slow and caused some compatibility issues. WSL2 was…

SOLVED: VIDEO: Quick Explanation of the Massive Intel CPU Flaw Affecting OSx Windows & Linux

UPDATE Saturday Jan 6 – 2018: There are now two known flaws named “Meltdown” and “Spectre”.  Spectre still has not been detailed but applies to virtually all CPU’s including x86 and ARM. It is now known that Intel (and possibly other CPU manufacturers) have a very serious design flaw with nearly all their CPU’s. Most of the explanations thus far are far too detailed and confusing for even tech’s to understand.  We have laid out…

What is a BotNet?

A BotNet is a (usually) large number of computers (Apple Mac’s, Linux PC’s, Windows PC’s, Android Phones…) which are infected by software that lets a remote user perform some action.  Often these are attackes on website.  For instance is 5 million computer all attempt to perform 10 searches on Amazon.com, Amazon.com will appear off-line because it is so busy responding to these automated requests.  Below is a good brief description of the history and future…