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Sunday, March 30, 2008

TOP 10 Worst VIRUS of all time

"Just read at Highlighted news at Yahoo!, n
found something interesting
"The worst computer viruses of all
. These are list of Virus when there aren't so many Antivirus just
like now."

Fortunately, you missed the real heyday of computer viruses when anti-virus software wasn't very widely used, and virus attacks caused millions of dollars in damages overnight. Today's viruses can still be nightmarish, but for the average user, cleanup is considerably easier than it was just a few years ago, when the only solution in many cases was reformatting your hard drive and starting from scratch (and even that didn't do the trick sometimes).

Started from 1986

Brain, 1986
It all started here: Brain was the first "real" virus ever discovered, back in 1986. Brain didn't really hurt your PC, but it launched the malware industry with a bang and gave bad ideas to over 100,000 virus creators for the next 2 decades.

Michelangelo, 1991
The worst MS-DOS virus ever, Michelangelo attacked the boot sector of your hard drive and any floppy drive inserted into the computer, which caused the virus to spread rapidly. After spreading quietly for months, the virus "activated" on March 6, and promptly started destroying data on tens of thousands of computers.

Melissa, 1999
Technically a worm, Melissa (named after a stripper) collapsed entire email systems by causing computers to send mountains of messages to each other. The author of the virus was eventually caught and sentenced to 20 months in prison.

This was notable for being one of the first viruses to trick users into opening a file, which in this case claimed to be a love letter sent to the recipient. In reality, the file was a VBS script that sent mountains of junk mail and deleted thousands of files. The results were terribly devastating- one estimate holds that 10 percent of all computers were affected, to a cost of $5.5 billion. It remains perhaps the worst worm of all time.

Code Red, 2001
An early "blended threat" attack, Code Red targeted Web servers instead of user machines, defacing websites and later launching denial-of-service attacks on a host of IP addresses, including those of the White House.

Nimda, 2001
Built on Code Red's attack system of finding multiple avenues into machines (email, websites, network connections, and others), Nimda infected both Web servers and user machines. It found paths into computers so effectively that, 22 minutes after it was released, it became the Internet's most widespread virus at the time.

Klez, 2001
An email virus, Klez pioneered spoofing the "From" field in email messages it sent, making it impossible to tell if Bill Gates did or did not really send you that information about getting free money.

Slammer, 2003
Another fast spreader, this worm infected about 75,000 systems in just 10 minutes, slowing the Internet to a crawl (much like Code Red) and shutting down thousands of websites.

MyDoom, 2004
Notable as the fastest-spreading email virus of all time, MyDoom infected computers so they would, in turn, send even more junk mail. In a strange twist, MyDoom was also used to attack the website of SCO Group, a very unpopular company that was suing other companies over its code being used in Linux distributions.

Storm, 2007
The worst recent virus, Storm spread via email spam with a fake attachment and ultimately infected up to 10 million computers, causing them to join its zombie botnet.

Taken from Yahoo! Tech

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Disabling Autoplay

Hello, now is the time to disable autoplay for your safety. Autoplay usually used by virus to be started once u plugged to a computer.I will tell u how to prevent it to started automatically. Maybe u ever here how to disable autoplay using some combination keys(I forget what is it), but I think it's useless.

To make Disable Autoplay, follow these steps:
1. Start, then Run
2. Type "gpedit.msc"
3. From "Local Computer Policy", point to "Computer Configuration" -> "Administratives templates" -> "System".
4. Then search for "Turn Off Autoplay" at the right side, double click it!
5. Change the setting from "Not Configured" to "Enabled".
6. Change also the setting in "Turn Off Autoplay On" from "CD-ROM Drives" to "All Drives".

Hope its help!

REMEMBER! after u set these settings, any autoplay that in you CD, USB, and etc will not automatically started. U must start it Manually!

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Friday, March 7, 2008

A simpler method to make list of your files!

I usually use this method to make a list of my anime. There is an alternatives using Anime List Builder. But this method can be used to make a list of any files in a snap.

1. Open Ur Notepad

2. Copy these code:

@echo off
dir /s %1 /-p /o:gn > "%temp%\Listing.txt"
del "%temp%\Listing.txt"

3. Save with ".bat" as the suffix in the filename.

4. move the saved file to the folder where you want to make the list.

5. Run The File

6. Save the filelist. The filename is your choice.^^
Hope its help

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Cheapest 1 TB External HDD ever!

"I just found a cheapest 1 TB(TerraByte or 1000 Gigabytes)
external HDD. For just $259.99"

My Book™ Essential Edition™

Product Features

Easy to set up, easy to use - Installation is a snap because you don't really install this drive, you just plug it in and it's ready to use.
USB 2.0 interface - A simple connection that offers convenience and compatibility among multiple computers.
Fits right in - Takes no more space than a paperback book. Collect two or more and they nest neatly together like volumes on a shelf.
Smart and energy efficient - Turns itself on and off with your computer.
PC and Mac compatible - Works with both Windows® 2000/XP/Vista and Mac® OS X 10.4.8 or later

Ideal for

Instant storage Easy to use USB 2.0 Saving and organizing your digital photo collection

For it is Very Worth to buy

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Monday, March 3, 2008

PicLens: Immersive views across the Web

"Here comes a program that interagated into your browser. This
program makes a full screen 3D futuristic slideshow. Available for Firefox
(Windows and Mac), Internet Explorer, and Safari.

A GREAT program to collect."

Think beyond the browser

PicLens instantly transforms your browser into a full-screen, 3D experience for viewing images on the web. Photos will come to life via a cinematic presentation that goes well beyond the confines of the traditional browser window. With PicLens, browsing and viewing images on the web will never be the same again.

Immerse yourself in 3D Style.

Our new interactive "3D Wall" lets you effortlessly drag, click, and zoom your way around a wall of pictures for an extraordinary, full-screen viewing experience. Why mundanely flip through online photo galleries or squint at thumbnails from Google Image Search when you can fly through an immersive, full-screen experience instead?


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