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2 months ago
I am not worried about the Corona Virus.

I am prepared. :)T

2 months ago
Hello Hacker "Anthony" or do you use a different handle?
Sorry there is nothing to steal here but if you want to play just email us, we will let you know when we have a competition or something going on.

Any of the other projects on the site are pretty much open source too so if you have an interest let us know. corprattx@gmail.com

4 months ago
Building the "Gordo-48" and "fitting it all together."

A Gordo-48 replaces 40 standard Servers but uses less than 500 Watts in an hour.

A standard Server uses around 500 Watts, times 40 Servers = 20,000 Watts per hour. You do the math. - Todd W. Byars, Computer Dudes, Tallahassee, Florida

#computerdudes #toddwbyars #newlinemicroservers #projectgordo #gordo48 #unitedstatesofamerica

4 months ago
Order for Pickup Home Depot, W Tallahassee. Jan 14th or after.
Order #W945174892
Order Total: $28.93 Charged to Dudes care Online

4 months ago
"The existence of a polynomial-time quantum algorithm proves that one of the most widely used cryptographic protocols is vulnerable to an adversary who possesses a quantum computer. However, it is theoretically accepted that quantum computers could equally be used to counteract against adversarial actions of this kind with the laws of quantum mechanics applied in this cryptographic capacity (through use of quantum computers) paving the way to quantum cryptography."

Our "Gordo-24" is a "Quantum Computer" that can be configured for non-standard computing. ;)T

4 months ago
Nice Try Iran. You hacked one level of passwords on one of our servers but got locked out due to the geographic location of your servers.
Next time, mask your IP number. Don't be too embarrassed, we busted China with the same trick over a year ago. ;)T

7 months ago
This week we will be playing with replacing Microsoft Active Directory with the new SAMBA4 on several versions of Linux including Raspberian. :)T

7 months ago
I do not consider other Tech Companies or their owners and employees as competition.

I think of them as my Brothers and Sisters. - Todd W. Byars, founder The Computer Dudes, Inc. Tallahassee, Florida.

9 months ago
Cisco Command Line is still the best. ;)T


11 months ago
https://mycomputerdudes.com/product/3d-printed-rocket-from-guardians-of-the-galaxy/ Follow this link to purchase a 3-d printed plastic model of "Rocket" Racoon from Guardians of the Galaxy! Super detailed!! :)T

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Hackers or NO-Hackers, Start of the New Year with new Passwords and better Security Habits.

on 03 Jan 2020  Posted by Administrator  Category: Security News  

I bet you haven't changed your Password since "Last Year."   Probably a safe bet given December of 2019 was only a few days ago.

So start the year with New Passwords and Security Practices.    This article reviews passwords and basic security practices for an individual at work, home, and around town.


The main problem with most passwords is they are too short.   The second biggest problem is people keep the same passwords too long.   Both these issues are easy to solve.  A password should be more than 10 digits and contain several special characters in it along with some numbers.  

Change Passwords?  How Often?

How often you change your passwords is a combination of personal preference and risk.    For example, if you work in a bank, financial institution, corporation, or government entity you have a high risk and should change your passwords often.  Your organization may have a recommended maximum time length to keep passwords, check and see to make sure you are in compliance.    For high risk occupations you should change your password Monthly. 

If you are just a regular citizen in a low risk profession or retired then you can get away with keeping the same password for a while, but you should still change it several times a year.    

These are general guidelines based on best practices for individuals, small businesses,  government, and corporations and may be subject to change.   Stay alert and keep your data safe! :) 

"Chico" is ready for On-Site Demo's in Offices and Homes. "Chico" can replace your Rack Servers, Routers, and Security Devices.

on 10 Nov 2019  Posted by Administrator  Category: Security News  

"Chico" is READY for demonstration in your Office!   "Chico" is our 8 computer cluster that can replace an entire rack of Computer Servers.

For the demonstration we bring Chico to your office or home!  Bet you can't name any other computer company that can do an onsite demo with the hardware and software present! 
During the demonstration any employee workstation can log into Chico and see a File Server, Users and Groups, Shares, Backups, a Print Server and Internet through Chico.

Here are some of the top features:

Chico is smaller than a loaf of bread and consumes a maximum of 120 watts. 
If you use Chico to replace one rack of standard servers, your power bill will drop by around a hundred dollars a month. 
All software and licenses are free.
Your workstations won't be able to tell the difference between our Linux Servers and traditional Microsoft Servers.
You will regain the office space occupied by the old servers. 
Reduced Heat and Noise
The System is modular and can be expanded at any time if you need more power or servers.   Just add another Chico. 

Another benefit - "No down time for server upgrades."  The old servers and network can run concurrently with Chico until the old is no longer needed and turned off.  

The Icing on the Cake?   All the software is Raspberian, or other free versions of Linux.  No expensive Microsoft Software or Server Licenses to purchase!!

The Price is Right!!
The Chico 4  starts at $1,450
The Chico 8 starts at $ 1,950
(The number next the name indicates how many Raspberry Pi 4B computers are in that version of Chico.)

Contact us for more information, for a demonstration, or to order.   Sorry we are only offering demonstrations in the Tallahassee, Florida, area for the time being.

Thanks, Todd W. Byars,  Inventor and Design Team Leader

The "Skunk" - a mail-able computer that calls home from "on the road."

on 01 Oct 2019  Posted by Administrator  Category: Security News  

Today we invented a new "Mail-able" Computer that tracks itself as its being transported, measures radio channels, temperature, pressure, motion, speed and "calls home" when it finds an open network.

We named it "The Skunk" because it is small and mostly black with a little antenna "tail," all inside a sealed shipping envelope.  The photo is of the Skunk before packaging to mail.  It fits nicely in a padded standard letter sized envelope.   

Sorry, it is proprietary technology and not for sale at this time, but maybe soon.  - Todd  ;)

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