set python 3 as default on macos

Set Python 3 as default on macOS

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Firstly, macOS Big Sur is the best operating system ever built, period. It elevates your Mac to a new level of power and beauty with a refined new design, major app updates, and more transparency around your privacy. I’ve been using Big Sur for a month now (delayed installing it because of some Logic Pro […]

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Recapitulating iNfernalBlog | Outro

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Recap: Part 1, Part 2 This guide will demonstrate how to Install Ghost CMS on Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal Fossa) Linux distribution. I talked about a lot of other stuff and now let’s get to the fun part… Setup Requirements: FQDN – I.e. domain.com Ubuntu 20.04 / 18.04 / Ubuntu 16.04 Server Nginx Web Server Node.js […]

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Recapitulating iNfernalBlog | Verse

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Previous Part (Part-1)… Let’s get started into what I was getting to talk about, in the previous post, which was hosting this Ghost blog in AWS… I suppose you all know about how to create an AWS account, there’s absolutely no need write a tutorial about that. Lets get into setting up an EC2 instance […]

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Recapitulating iNfernalBlog | Intro

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I’m actually not a tutorial/guide writer. But thought about writing this post anyways; for non-techies, so that you guys can run a Ghost Blog on AWS with Nginx reverse proxy (you obviously know that Ghost runs on Node.js), MariaDB and Let’s Encrypt. First things first. Lets start about when I started this blog and why… […]

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WordPress Security Glossary

WordPress Security Glossary

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As a WordPress website owner you have definitely thought about the security of your blogs and websites. Most probably you have also read a few articles about WordPress security, or how to secure your WordPress. Though if WordPress security is not your cup of tea, you failed to understand half of the terms used in […]

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Examples of malicious php codes

Examples of Malicious PHP Codes

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PHP is a powerful scripting language and it’s built in base64 encode/decode capabilities allow hackers to obfuscate their malicious code, which is quite effective at “hiding” what the function of the code is. In php sites such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal (and many other CMS) base​64 encoding is a common technique implemented by hackers. This […]

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Examples of Website Backdoors

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It is quite common for hackers to place a “backdoor” on a site they have hacked. A backdoor can give a hacker continued access to the site even if the site owners have already changed their account passwords. Backdoor scripts will vary from hundreds of lines of code to 1-2 lines of code. These are […]

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10 Tips for Game Developers

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First Make It Right, Then Make It Fast When you write a routine that needs to be blindingly fast, the first step is to get it working; then think about speeding it up. It doesn’t matter how fast your routine runs if it doesn’t do what you want: Reliability is not an add-on feature, but […]

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Review | Krrish 3 (2013)

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Best visuals in Bollywood history (8/10) Creating a world of superheroes on screen isn’t a cakewalk. And, the exercise turns immensely trickier when there’s no comic history to fall back on. Clearly, those challenges are quite visible in director Rakesh Roshan’s third installment – ‘Krrish3’. He has, however, obediently stuck to the fundamentals of spinning […]

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Review | The Lone Ranger (2013)

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A disaster (5/10) Why is The Lone Ranger such a huge flop at the box-office? According to the Ranger code: “Never Ask a Question You Already Know the Answer To.” And the answer is really that obvious. Because the movie sucks, that’s why. Your expectations of how bad The Lone Ranger is can’t trump the […]

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