Category Archive: Technology

Nov 23

Why switch to SSL??

Security Security Security! I finally made the big leap enabling SSL on my customer websites and personal websites. Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA) for public. Let’s Encrypt certificates are valid for 3 months and after three months you could renew the certificate. Three months is pretty short for me therefore …

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Nov 21

CentOS Web Panel replace cPanel WHM

Lately I have been sitting on the verge of switching away from cPanel yearly increase in their prices. Every company tend to increase their price over time once they begin to profit and due to inflation they increase their price. I came across CentOS Web Panel, a perfect candidate to replace cPanel WHM. [gallery_bank type=”images” …

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Apr 14

Cubby vs Dropbox

For the last two years I’ve been using Drop Box as my primary source of backing up my personal files to the cloud. Lately Logmein, a company that I’ve been using for my virtual private network needs has release Cubby which does practically the same thing as Drop Box. After using Cubby Pro for over …

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Apr 05

Tomato QOS – Monthly Stats

Holy Cow! After getting home from driving around with Huong (She driving) I logged onto my router after 5 months or so now checking on the health of the router and I see this! There’s Nghia, Tai, my neighbors, my wife, and me doing all this downloading! That’s some crazy downloading! I got a bit …

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Nov 10

Cancalled cardin@cardinnguyen.com and opened CardinS2u@live.com

It’s been nearly two weeks since I installed Windows 8 so far its doing good! Microsoft did a pretty good job with all the features they are trying to put together. One feature I don’t like one bit is their People feature. People feature is a condense feature of Skype contacts, out look contacts, hotmail …

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Nov 07

How To Turn Off / Turn On Background Running Windows 8 Metro Apps

Windows 8 is catching to many and not so to productive business owners. Though it looks pretty to the eyes to some and others it may be different. So far I am getting use to using it. As I install more apps from Windows App store my screen is full if apps now. Things start …

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Oct 31

Windows 8 Pro

Hi Guys! Sorry for the no journal entries lately! I’ve been quite busy with life. Getting things together and trying to put food o the  table. Here’s the update: Windows 8 Pro – I installed the Window and trying to get use to the Metro UI start menu that Microsoft has implemented. So far everything going …

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Aug 17

Zeek Rewards Shut Down:

Sorry to those who invested into Zeek Rewards! After months I finally got the news too myself. Thank god I got my investments back already because of my withdraws. I pray for those who got into Zeek Rewards didn’t invest everything and damage are at minimal.   SEC Shuts Down $600 Million Online Pyramid and …

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May 25

Absinthe 2.0 iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak

The Chronic Dev Team has released Absinthe 2.0 for iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak after several weeks of hard work. We all find it familiar from previous Absinthe 1.0 Untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1. This is one of the easiest too I’ve used yet! Its simply two clicks away! Opening the program and clicking jailbreak! They done it again guys! …

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May 14

Google Drive

I’ve been using Google Drive for the last few weeks and really love it. Its cheaper then Dropbox right now, but I won’t give up Drop Box yet. Drop Box still have many other features that I choose over Drop Box such as version recovery and unlimited recovery. The plus side of Google Drive is …

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