It's a very common thing shitty IT people say: "Oh, your download is slow? try changing your DNS" or "Oh, your game ping is high? try changing your DNS".However, often, the people that say this only heard it from someone else and just started parroting without verifying it, heck, ...
Hii guys, I wanted to do this review as a video originally but due to personal circumstances, this was getting delayed way, way too long (it was scheduled for the end of August!), so I decided to do this in text format anyways.Additionally, YouTube has announced their new which ...
It's going rampant on the internet right now, people not knowing how our immune system works and often dismissing the workings of vaccines due to their lack of understanding.It causes people to think that vaccines are toxins (which they technically speaking are to a certain extend) and/or that ...
So, I kinda screwed my keychain last night (don't worry, I have back-ups of the public keys) and I had to re-import my smartcard's key into the keyring again.So I did:But something didn't go well when I tried to change the trust to ultimate...I mean, it changed ...
Hii Guys, It's a very common thing to see during web development, the dreaded CORS error. I also see that a lot of answers to this issue say to add this to the PHP script: This code, however, just makes my skin crawl because what it effectively does is bypass ...
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