These errors indicate that the phone cannot use the ROM provided (via Samsung’s ODIN loader) because the ROM is either not legitimate or is a version prior to the one currently installed. Basically, if you’ve flashed a ROM that is Android 4.4.2 (KitKat), you will not be able to revert back to an earlier version (such as Android 4.2.2).
Slowloris is a tool to DoS an HTTP(S) web server without performing a traditional high-bandwidth “flood” approach. I’ll give you some background on how Slowloris is so effective, even today, and how to protect your Apache servers from this type of attack.
I’ve dealt with a lot of integration projects involving Single Sign-On using SAML2.0 but LogMeIn Rescue’s process for achieving this threw me for a loop initially. I’d like to share a little insight to hopefully help others achieve SSO using LMI Rescue with minimal pain.
VMware snapshots will grow over time as they have to maintain a delta file to track what changes have happened to the VM since the snapshot was taken. These will eat up space if left for long periods of time and can eventually consume all of the avaiable free space (thus causing this error).
This tutorial walks you through installing Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat [OmniROM] on your Samsung Galaxy S4 for Sprint networks.
There are 3 areas I’d like to cover as upgrades that either improve performance or just ones that I’ve done myself that I’d like to share. There are a lot of question marks about which CPUs or Wireless adapters are compatible. I will tell you what I know for fact will work and what the results of those upgrades were.