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How to block websites using localhost in Linux

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How to block websites using localhost in Linux.

Blocking websites using localhost in Linux is simple and effective.

Sometimes even when using an ad-blocker, a few sites still gets passed and opens a new window with things you do not want.

Malicious apps and browser plugins are the most common causes of browser-related issues. Be careful with plugins.

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Install Or Update Flash Player In Debian Linux

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Install or update Flash Player in Debian Linux.

Adobe ™ Flash Player (formerly Macromedia Flash Player) is a plug-in created by Macromedia, but from 2005 onwards it has been developed and released by Adobe Systems.

It is very important that you keep this updated at all time.

Size: 8.8MB

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VAN Means Value Added Network

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VAN means Value Added Network.

A company that can be classified as a Value Added Network (VAN) is a company that can offer both electronic and print solutions.

VAN means Value Added Network.

Usually invoices sent either by e-mail or print, but also from hospitals, miscellaneous banking communications, goverments etc.

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Fix A DNS Leak In Openvpn

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Openvpn DNS leak and how to fix it.

You need to ensure that once connected to the VPN, you are ONLY using the DNS server/s provided by the VPN service and to do this, you need to edit the .ovpn-files as an administrator.

As of OpenVPN version 2.3.9 you can now prevent DNS leaks by adding a new OpenVPN option to your .conf (or .ovpn) files.

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Find Files Quickly, Using Linux FIND Command

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Find files quickly, using Linux FIND command.

Using a terminal window to search for files on a specific Linux server can be a bit of a challenge. However there are a few commands ( built-in tools ) like the find command, which helps us find things quickly.

This is good to know, especially for admins and even those that work, supportline for a VAN.

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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