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Techmantium is a technology blog covering a wide range of technology topics and life hacks, including desktop PC, smartphones, tablets, Raspberry Pi, software, security, operating systems, mobile, storage, servers, gadget hacks and technology companies such as Microsoft, Google and Apple.

Here you will find my tutorials on everything from making the switch from Windows to Linux, building your own cloud server, working with a Raspberry Pi. You can also find my tech gadget reviews, privacy and security articles and some hardware hacks.

 

What is Internal Implementation Disclosure?
8th March 2016Privacy & Security
Internal Implementation Disclosure is the process whereby your web application leaks information about the software being run, the server technology and operating system to a malicious hacker.
Windows 10 - The Essential Guide
5th March 2016Windows
Windows 10 is now available as a free upgrade and it introduces loads of new features, platform-unifying designs, and Microsoft's new Windows-as-a-service strategy. This guide will help you get up to speed on the most significant details.
Cookie Security and Session Hijacking
1st March 2016Privacy & Security
Cookie security is a very important aspect of every website and goes hand in hand with HTTPS encryption and session management.
What is Cross Site Scripting? (XSS)
10th February 2016Privacy & Security
In this tutorial, we are going to learn about Cross Site Scripting, or XSS as it is sometimes known. We'll look at the concept of untrusted data and input sanitisation.
Man in the Middle Hacking and Transport Layer Protection
20th January 2016Privacy & Security
Transport Layer Protection is the process of protecting the data we send over the internet. When you request a page from a server, your browser will send a request header to the server, any sensitive information is not, by default, secured. We must enable security before sending data over the internet.
Visual Guide to RAID Levels
7th December 2015Hardware
RAID, or Redundant Array of Independent Disks, is a method by which multiple hard drives are merged together to create a higher performance system or one with greater data redundancy and protection.
Windows 10 Upgrade: How to Upgrade
1st December 2015Windows
Upgrading Windows 7 64-bit to the latest Windows 10 Professional - Install guide, settings and optimisations and initial Windows review.
Creating a Ubuntu File and Plex Media Server
4th March 2015Projects
In this article, I'm going to show you how I setup my home file and media server using Ubuntu Server 14.04 using Samba and Plex media server.