BlodPose is back!


Ok, it hasnt been away for much time, atleast not on Twitter..
It just tanked 30K automated tweets, just as this post were written.


It has been paused on Instagram for almost 2 months due to server issues.
But i managed to repair the server and its now back up and running.

I have been researching how to get the blue star verification..
Will keep you updated on the latest! 🙂

Official Seedbox!

I’ve been running this Seedbox for a while..
arutnev.cf is running Transmission and seeding these ISOs.

List of Torrents:
1. Debian-9.4.0-amd64-netinst.iso [torrent]
2. FreeBSD-11.1-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso [magnet]

I will add more torrents soon.. 🙂

NTWRK.GQ Discord!

We have been running The XNet IRC Network since late 2010..
With slowly decreasing users each year..
This made us rethink the whole purpose of running our own IRC Network.

So we made the transition into Discord.

Please feel free to join our Discord Server.. 🙂

Graphical Network Simulator 3

Graphical Network Simulator-3 (shortened to GNS3) is a network software emulator first released in 2008. It allows the combination of virtual and real devices, used to simulate complex networks.
It uses Dynamips emulation software to simulate Cisco IOS.

GNS3 is used by many large companies including Exxon, Walmart, AT&T and NASA, and is also popular for preparation of network professional certification exams.
As of 2015, the software has been downloaded 11 million times.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphical_Network_Simulator-3

QEMU Virtualization

QEMU (short for Quick Emulator) is a free and open-source hosted hypervisor that performs hardware virtualization (not to be confused with hardware-assisted virtualization).

QEMU is a hosted virtual machine monitor: it emulates CPUs through dynamic binary translation and provides a set of device models, enabling it to run a variety of unmodified guest operating systems.
It also can be used with KVM to run virtual machines at near-native speed (requiring hardware virtualization extensions on x86 machines).
QEMU can also do CPU emulation for user-level processes, allowing applications compiled for one architecture to run on another.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QEMU