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USG - a firewall for your USB ports

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HardwareThe USG is a firewall for your USB ports, protecting your computer from BadUSB.
 
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BrickPi

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HardwareBrickPi is an add-on (ok, it replaces the NXT or EV3) kit for Lego Mindstorms kits.
 
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IOBridge - Arduino Zero shield

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HardwareDeviceDrive IOBridge is an arduino zero shield which gives a developer access to a full range of different sensors and controllers.
 
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GNU Ring

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NetworkingRing is free software for universal communication which respects freedoms and privacy of its users.
 
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VirtuaWin

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WindowsVirtuaWin is a virtual desktop manager for the Windows operating system (Win9x/ME/NT/Win2K/XP/Win2003/Vista/Win7/Win10).
 
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Things Every Hacker Once Knew

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NewsInteresting article by Eric S. Raymond: Things Every Hacker Once Knew. Lots of history in it.
 
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Lavabit, DIME and Magma

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SecurityLavabit reloaded,
 
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Lightweight Linux distros - antiX

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GNU/Linuxest machine: the same old Dell Latitude D620 laptop. Intel Core 2 (T5500) cpu, 3 GB RAM, 1440x900 display, iwl3945 wireless. I have take out the hard drive (to avoid any accidents), so it only has the usb stick that I insert as storage.
 
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Lightweight Linux distros - Bunsen Labs

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GNU/LinuxTest machine: the same old Dell Latitude D620 laptop. Intel Core 2 (T5500) cpu, 3 GB RAM, 1440x900 display, iwl3945 wireless. I have take out the hard drive (to avoid any accidents), so it only has the usb stick that I insert as storage.
 
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Lightweight Linux distros to revive old PCs

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GNU/LinuxSo, if you want to revive an old PC (desktop or laptop) so it can be used for everyday tasks with Linux, what options do you have?
The following requirements should be met
  • it should be up to date. Stable is good, but up to date is needed for security fixes.
  • it should be possible to install it permanently (preferably from an installer on the live image)
  • it should be easy to install additional programs
  • it should have a large repository of additional programs, covering common, most-used applications
  • it should work out of the box with the hardware in the older machine; you shouldn't need to install additional drivers to get the hardware in the machine to work
A live image is helpful as it makes it easier to test a distro.
 
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