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Hardentools is a collection of simple utilities designed to disable a number of “features” exposed by operating systems (Microsoft Windows, for now), and primary consumer applications. These features, commonly thought for Enterprise customers, are generally useless to regular users and rather pose as dangers as they are very commonly abused by attackers to execute malicious code on a victim’s computer. The intent of this tool is to simply reduce the attack surface by disabling the low-hanging fruit. Hardentools is intended for individuals at risk, who might want an extra level of security at the price of some usability. It is not intended for corporate environments.

Originally posted by atmutehasisi

Makeup head canons for the gems:

Amethyst: Really dolls it up with a TON of makeup. The more flashy the better!

Pearl: Does more subtle application to accentuate certain features. She prefers more subdued and natural tones.

Garnet: Wears the absolute minimum for natural beauty. You can’t improve perfection.

Peridot: Doesn’t use makeup. She likes it when Amethyst does it for her though as she loves getting Amethyst’s attention.

Lapis: Uses a lot of moisturizers and creams. Other than that not much.

Jasper: Uses a lot of makeup but is less flamboyant than Amethyst. She wings her eyeliner so sharp and flawlessly you can cut yourself looking at it.

Steven: His tastes are very 80′s inspired with lots of eyeshadow and glitter, basically how we saw him in Sadie’s Song.

The result of late night conversation with @harinezumiko :)

Nintendo partnering with DeNA Co., Ltd. to develop for smart devices

Earlier today, Satoru Iwata gave a press conference announcing Nintendo’s intention to develop software for smart devices. They will be working with DeNA, a Japanese mobile portal developer and owner of a popular mobile gaming platform, Mobage. To quote Iwata: “Nintendo and DeNA intend to jointly operate new gaming applications featuring Nintendo IP, which they will develop specifically for smart devices.”

More information after the break.

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A new National Pokédex feature

A new National Pokédex feature is coming to help you check out the particulars of the Pokémon you’ve deposited!

When Pokémon Bank is updated to support Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, it will also gain a new Pokédex feature.

The application will read your saved data from any games* you connect with it, collecting information about Pokémon you’ve caught, so you can check it.

Using the Pokédex feature in Pokémon Bank, you’ll be able to see this information—even about Pokémon that don’t appear in the Alola region of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.

*The games that can connect with this Pokédex function are Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon, Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X, and Pokémon Y.