Google has nightmares and sees evil things

No, the site wasn’t hacked (I checked and double-checked), I haven’t started hosting viruses or other nefarious things, the warning you may be seeing appears to stem from the fact that Google’s algorithms decided (after over a year) that they don’t like a particular program I link to¬†and flagged an entire category of articles as dangerous.

Thanks also to the fact that Google’s SafeBrowsing lists are used by all major browsers this warning is present in all browser while accessing any of my tech-related articles. So until Google gets its fact straight and has less nightmares about invisible enemies, you’re free to browse those articles at your own risk. Or not, your choice.

How to update BIOS on AMD Ryzen motherboard – the hard(ware) way

As we know AMD motherboards need BIOS updates to support new generations of Ryzen CPUs. This can normally be done using a recognized older gen CPU to power on the board and access the built-in BIOS updater function.

When there’s no older gen CPU around to use or you’re simply in the mood for some hardware tinkering, you can get your elbows dirty (figuratively, since the board is brand new and not dusty yet) using an EEPROM programmer.