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How Does a Flash Drive Work? We Knew You Wanted to Know
Although we know they often carry malware infections, we depend on antivirus scans and the occasional reformatting to keep our thumbdrives from becoming the carrier for the next digital epidemic. But the security problems with USB devices run deeper than you think: The kind of compromise they're demonstrating is nearly impossible to counter without banning the sharing of USB devices or filling your port with superglue. They spent months reverse engineering the firmware that runs the basic communication functions of USB devices—the controller chips that allow the devices to communicate with a PC and let users move files on and off of them.
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Learn a few ways to make your drive Mac and PC friendly. Need to access or transfer files between Mac and PC? Since Mac OS X and Windows use totally different file systems, the way a drive is formatted can determine what type of computer it will work with. In fact, there are four ways you can format an external or USB flash drive to achieve varying degrees of compatibility between Macs and PCs. Macs can read files on NTFS drives, but it cannot write to them.
THERE is a common car myth which says that you can travel 10 per cent over the speed limit without receiving a fine - but does it actually exist? However, the nature of an allowance, in someway, contradicts the new speeding fine rules that were introduced on April 24th. Under the new speeding rules motorists can be fined for travelling up to 1mph over the speed limit. Now, there is also the potential for a motorist to be charged up to per cent of their weekly wage for an offence. Here are a list of illegal things you shouldn't do behind the wheel and changes in the law.