I have been playing around with some different configurations on my Nintendo Wii lately and needed to find out the specific firmware version and/or system menu version on the Wii. It is really easy to find this out but I wanted to note it so next time I needed to find out the Wii system menu version I wouldn’t have to hunt around. Follow the directions below to locate the system menu version on the Wii.Details
Sometimes you have a very large capture file and would like to extract the WPA/WPA2 handshake packets from it to a separate file. The can be done with “tshark” which is a command line version of the Wireshark suite. Installing the linux version of the Wireshark suite on your system should also install tshark.
**NOTE** This article is outdated please read this article instead for a much easier method for extracting WPA handshakes for specific SSID’s from large WPA/WPA2 capture files.Details
Even the best of us mess up and today I made a epic blunder on a customers computer. I did manage to fix the issue so I will document it quickly so that if any one else makes the same mistake they may not have to go through what I did to get it fixed. So I had a badly infected laptop with a host of programs which wouldn’t uninstall. Some of the classic registry-tune and health-optimize programs were installed and I had to remove them. To be perfectly honest I was working on many things at once and so in my distraction I saw a folder/program called PC Health. Sounds like another one of those annoying virus ridden fix up programs so I proceeded to force delete it along with all traces from the registry.Details
If the provisioning profile (.mobileprovision) and certificate (.cer) are not configured correctly you might get the following error when clicking Build > Build in XCode:
Code Sign error: The identity ‘iPhone Developer’ doesn’t match any valid certificate/private key pair in the default keychainDetails