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How to Get a Computer’s Hardware ID

David Walsh

Krafton recently announced they would start banning cheaters by hardware ID, which got me thinking about how you can get a user’s hardware ID. There’s no definitive “hardware ID” provided by a machine, but you can create your own based on how specific you want to get.

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Heterogeneous Hardware Needs Universal Software

As hardware advances and diversifies, we’re entering what many see as a new golden age of computer architecture. The post Heterogeneous Hardware Needs Universal Software appeared first on So many […]. So many […].

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Eclypsium: Defending the hardware attack surface


Eclypsium protects DoD and federal agencies and contractors from the foundation of your computing infrastructure upward, controlling the risks and stopping threats to the firmware and hardware inside every laptop, server […].

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TechSoup Hardware Offers for 2022


Hardware constitutes the bones of your organization's technology. But hardware can also be a pressure on budgets, as it is an unavoidable — and sometimes very high — operating cost. The world's greatest software would be nothing without computers and tablets to run it on — and a reliable connection to the Internet.

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The Environmental Impact of TechSoup's Refurbished Hardware Program


TechSoup's Refurbished Hardware Program has been going strong since 2006. Note: This post has been updated for 2022. Over that time, we've distributed over 160,000 refurbished devices, including desktop computers, laptops, LCD monitors, printers, smartphones, and tablets.

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Your Hardware, Now Cloud-enabled

Dell EMC

Dell and MetalSoft enable CSPs to build new revenue streams plus optimize operations with end-to-end bare metal automation.

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Seeing through hardware counters: a journey to threefold performance increase

Netflix Tech

Special thanks to Sandhya Viswanathan , Jennifer Dimatteo , Brendan Gregg , Susie Xia , Jason Koch , Mike Huang , Amer Ather , Chris Berry , Chris Sanden , and Guy Cirino Seeing through hardware counters: a journey to threefold performance increase was originally published in Netflix TechBlog on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation (..)

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