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uBlock Origin - Installation and Basic Management

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       What's the uBlock Origin?    uBlock Origin is a free and open-source, cross-platform browser extension for content-filtering, including ad-blocking . The extension is available for several browsers: Chrome, Chromium, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Pale Moon, as well as versions of Safari prior to 13. Most importantly, uBlock Origin is very effective at blocking malversting attacks. Malvertising (a portmanteau of "malicious advertising") is the use of online advertising to spread malware. It typically involves injecting malicious or malware-laden advertisements into legitimate online advertising networks and webpages.     Step by Step for installation   1. Log in to your browser and go to the plugin management tab or access your browser press Ctrl + Shift + A or acess store your browser:     Edge Google Chrome     Firefox    2. With the manager open, look for the plugin by typing in the search bar: uBlock Origin.   3. After searching, click the official plugin and inst

E-book: 60 useful commands for Windows

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  Hello, bro's! I produced an e-book for the my course in the Computer Networks and i going shared with you. This document is about CMD Windows an d will cover 60 useful commands for Windows, helping you learn about Windows and CMD.   Language: pt-BR  Author: Yan Brasiliano Silva Penalva Institution : SENAI   Download E-book     Questions or Suggestions? Contact me in my social networks.   GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time πŸ’£πŸ’’πŸ’’      

All about OSI MODEL

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    Hello bro's! Today, i'm going to talk about O.S.I MODEL and Difference between layer 2 and layer 3. What’s The OSI Model? A theoretical model created by ISO so that manufacturers could create protocols from this reference module. It is a 7-layer model that was created for packet-switched networks and not for circuit switching. In theory, each layer would be responsible for a specific protocol, but in practice most existing protocol stacks use more than one layer to work. We'll see that in TCP/IP! Data Transmission - OSI MODEL Each layer takes the information passed through the top layer and adds information for which it is responsible, moving to the layer below and so on. This process is called encapsulation. In a practical example, communication would work as follows: A user who asks their email program to download the emails, is actually causing their email program to initiate a data transmission in layer 7 - application - of the protocol used, asking to download t

GNU Linux - Boot Mind Map and Partitioning Initiation

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  Hello!     Today I'm going to show you a document I'm developing about booting GNU/Linux and partitioning.   Click to access ! Questions or Suggestions? Contact me in my social networks.   GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time πŸ’£πŸ’’πŸ’’

Roadmap for career in I.T

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  Hello!!     A fast tip today is about career in I.T.    The website roadmap.sh made some career maps to serve as a step by step in the career of devops, dev.android, back-end...   Go to the website and check: roadmap.sh     Questions? Contact me in my social networks.   GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time πŸ’£πŸ’’πŸ’’  

Follow my projects on Github.

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  Hello bro's!   I'm not doing many posts lately because I'm dedicating myself to personal projects linked to my internship.   For those who do not know, Currently I am interning in the TRT of my city (5th region).   To keep track of my scripts and codes, I indicate taking a look at my GITHUB ;  Follow my profile: yanbrasiliano   Currently i'm studying python to integrate tools and automatic routines; but, there're more scripts and projects very amazing:  website scopes, varied scripts...  The scripts/codes are opened for use and sharing. As I am a beginner, take some possible mistakes kkkk! I want to re-make posts more often, wait... Questions? Contact me in my social networks.   GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time πŸ’£πŸ’’πŸ’’