How to greatly improve the security of your home network.
That wireless router which sits, silent and unobtrusive, in the main room of your house or on a shelf somewhere near a telephone socket, providing that all important connection to the (virtual) outside world is locked up and safe, right?
Well, actually. No. Continue reading “Improving Your Routers’ Security”
Flight Simulator X is Microsoft/Dovetail Games” latest offering in their long line of Flight Sim software.
Flight Simulator X
Flight Simulator X (more commonly known as FSX by it’s users) is Microsofts’ latest offering in their long line of Flight Sim software. Despite it being the latest, FSX is now over ten years old with it’s original European version having been released on October 13 2006. Since it’s inception, FSX has seen two Service Pack updates (known as SP1 and SP2) and an the ‘Acceleration’ Expansion. In 2014, Microsoft signed a licencsing deal with Dovetail Games who then took over development of the software. Continue reading “Flight Simulator X”
A little write-up from my messing around in the Alabeo Extra 300S
The Extra 300S is a single seat variant of the original Extra 300 twin seat aerobatic light aircraft. It’s one of the better known aerobatic planes and has been piloted to victory in any number of aerobatic competitions. It’s also the craft favoured by The Blades Aerobatic Display Team, a well known team from the UK who have used the 300S for a number of years. Continue reading “Alabeo’s Extra 300S (Payware/FSX & P3D)”