Iz available here.

Dark Souls, one of the best and heaviest games of all time (IMHO). If you want to play this on PC it is a quite pain in the ass (camera action, sensitivity, target-locking etc). I present you my configuration for DSFix add-on which improves the game experience as it is on a console (PS3 e.g.). You can download the DSFix from nexusmods and also I advise you to use DSMFix also. It improves mouse control (if you don’t want to use mouse improvement just clear the line dinput8dllWrapper dsmfix.dll to none).

[dsfix.ini]

renderWidth 1920
renderHeight 1080
presentWidth 0
presentHeight 0
aaQuality 0
aaType FXAA
ssaoStrength 0
ssaoScale 3
ssaoType VSSAO
dofOverrideResolution 0
disableDofScaling 0
dofBlurAmount 0
unlockFPS 1
FPSlimit 60
FPSthreshold 28
filteringOverride 0
enableHudMod 1
enableMinimalHud 0
hudScaleFactor 1.0
hudTopLeftOpacity 0.8f
hudBottomLeftOpacity 0.75f
hudBottomRightOpacity 0.5f
borderlessFullscreen 0
disableCursor 1
captureCursor 0
enableBackups 1
backupInterval 1500
maxBackups 10
enableTextureDumping 0
enableTextureOverride 0
skipIntro 1
screenshotDir .
overrideLanguage en-GB
dinput8dllWrapper dsmfix.dll
d3dAdapterOverride -1
logLevel 0
forceWindowed 0
forceFullscreen 0
enableVsync 0
fullscreenHz 60

[dsmfix.ini]

[settings]
connected=1
buffered=1
ui_mouse=0
invert_mouse=0
lock_disables_mouse=1
scroll_switches_targets=1
vanilla_targeting=0
mouselook_w_mod=0
sensitivity=2
lock_modifier_key=42
action_modifier_key=-1
# [a]ttack, [h]eavy attack, [t]arget, [g]uard, [p]arry, [r]oll/dash, [u]nbound
mouse1=a
mouse2=h
mouse3=t
mouse4=g
mouse5=p
mouse1a=a
mouse2a=h
mouse3a=t
mouse4a=g
mouse5a=p

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  1. There is new pentest distro called “DracOS” – lightweight, built from scratch using LFS which is nice. There are no GUI tools, only CLI, which is double nice.
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If you cannot see one of the icons placed on the task bar after updating system to Windows 10 you should try one of these steps:
Method 1

cleanmgr.exe
select "Thumbnails" and clear it
shutdown /r

Method 2

del /a %localappdata%\IconCache.db

Method 3
shell:::{6DFD7C5C-2451-11d3-A299-00C04F8EF6AF}
Deselect Always show icons, never thumbnails

sc queryex type=service state=all
Find by specific name pattern:
| find /i "srvcname"
Also by PowerShell:
Get-Service | Where-Object {$_.displayName.StartsWith("NATION-")} | Select name

You know Kali and you’re Arch fan? Now, you can try this: BlackArch!

blackarch-a-linux-distribution-of-security-and-penetration-with-more-than-1-000-tool

To use Joomscan.pl, a PERL interpreter is needed to be installed in Windows.
http://www.activestate.com/activeperl/downloads
After installation there should be an ENV variable to be available through CLI, so now open CMD (Windows+R) as an Administrator(!), and type:
cpan
install local::lib
install App::cpanminus

Which installs the compilers, which now needs to be configured:
exit
cpanm install -f Switch

Now, use it:
perl joomscan.pl