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I am going to set up a VPN for my two locations. This will be my page where I make notes about the process.
-Processor: Intel® Core i5-4590T Quad Core 2.0 GHz com Turbo Boost to 3.0 GHz
– Windows 10 Pro 64 Bits
– Memory RAM: 8 GB DDR3 SDRAM
– Hard Drive: 500 GB SATA 7200 RPM
– Cache: 6 MB
– Chipset: Intel® Q85 Express
– Portas USB front: 2 (3.0)
– Portas USB rear: 2 (2.0), 2 (3.0)
– Placa de vídeo: Integrated: Intel® HD Graphics 4600
– WIFI : No WiFi
- HP ProDesk G1 Quick Specs
- Google: HP ProDesk g1 mini
- Wikipedia: DisplayPort
- How to Change the Display Language in Windows 10
- Google: how to make windows 10 interface like windows 7
- Wikipedia: Classic Shell – to get rid of the awful Windows 10 clap trap advertising
- Classic Shell website – download here
- How to Make Windows 10 Look and Feel Like Windows 7
Although DisplayPort has much of the same functionality as HDMI, it is a complementary connection used in different scenarios. DisplayPort can emit an HDMI signal through the use of a passive adapter connected to a port that is designed for dual-mode.
- DisplayPorts on the unit show the ++ version:
A code is implemented with the following statement. Decrypt the code.
The totient of 3131 is needed and is found below:
because 31 and 101 are prime
Eulers Theorem: so:
Where m is an integer to give us more flexibility in generating an inverse in step XXX below. Multiply both sides by x
So if you can find a power d where:
then you can take the encrypted numbers to the power of d and out will pop the plain text original series
Now you use the Euclidean algorithm to find 1 in terms of 197 and 3000. This yields:
Taking the mod(3000) of both sides
which shows is the decryption power we are looking for
This example used smaller numbers so as to make the example transparent. However if the input character were to be X=31 or 101 I think the system breaks down.