Google Webfont: dentro la talpa WordPress

Today (after more than five months) I get to write on the blog. And back at breakneck speed with an article to 007 that will make your hair stand on end users WordPress.

I discovered today that the version in WordPress 3.8 (Today we are 4.0) has been enabled by default in the backend the Open Sans font. In fact I had already noticed little slow in loading the backend, but I thought it was due to the new “engine” ie WordPress, instead is due to direct inclusion of a branded Google webfont. (more…)

Terminal: clear the command history

Cencellare the history of commands from the terminal history is a simple operation. Default, the last 500 commands type in termilane are stored in the hidden file “.bash_history“. The previously typed commands can be read quickly by using the arrow keys (“freccia its” and “down arrow“). This makes it easy to invoke a command recently typed, but it could be a security issue if that session was used by more people. So how does one delete the command history? (more…)

Terminal: delete the login information

After being absent from the blog for the whole month of August, and half of September back at breakneck speed with the usual weekly article. Today we talk about privacy.

The terminal Linux è fantastico, with just a few commands we can have full control over the computer. Vediamo ora nel dettaglio come delete the login information per il computer sul quale siamo loggati. (more…)

OpenKiosk: un browser “nato” for internet point

Years ago I became interested in creation of an internet point using an older pc and a any linux distribution. On that occasion I used Opera, a free browser (the open source) that integrated and integrates still one of the best ways “kiosk“.

Since then it's been almost three years, Opera has evolved and continues to integrate the kiosk mode, but steadily growing new projects open source they make their way.

I'm talking about OpenKiosk. (more…)

The digital steganography to hide the information

Literally the term “Steganography” from etymological dictionary means “the art of writing in figures, because the script is still secret and unknown to those who do not have the key”. Typically quansiasi type of encrypted message may be referred steganographic. The oldest steganographic technique dates back a few thousand years ago (the term itself is derived from the ancient greek), was to use common lemon juice instead of ink. Those who received the letter secret was to bring the paper to a source of heat or an open flame. The parties spent with the lemon juice would not be blackened, while the paper is. (more…)