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It is incredibly easy to add a malicious components (malware) to DMG files,  uploading them to file sharing websites like sourceforge.net, & infecting computers on a mass scale.  SHA checksum is added to DMG files like TransmissionBT1, & Handbrake.fr2 to detect file tampering. How to check SHA checksums: In terminal, find the file…(Read More)

I was making a piratebox.cc and the USB needed to be formatted in FAT32, MBR format. Apple’s disk utility wasn’t co-operating, so I moved over to Terminal. In Terminal, I searched for my USB using the command: diskutil list I found my USB name and disk number, then I entered the…(Read More)

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