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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Makind passwords unhackable

A simple guide to making a un-hackable password. The video also shows how a hacker hacks a password using simple hacking techniques..
here' the simple video tutorial..
See the video..click Read more..



<a href="http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-US&playlist=videoByUuids:uuids:12182ad3-db3c-408e-8fa4-795a15fba9c4&showPlaylist=true&from=msnvideo" target="_new" title="How to hack a Windows password">Video: How to hack a Windows password</a>

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Update drivers automatically

You may have a PC at your home or may be an IT guy, But we all wish to keep our system up to date. The Automatic WIndows Update is not enough so here's VersionTracker that updates all of your system devices alongwith latest drivers and much more..




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Most popular downloads For the week

Most popular downloads For the week

List of the most downloaded software this week at download.com.. see the full list..
Click Read more to see the full list..


  1. 1.
    AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 1,542,910 downloads
  2. 2.
    LimeWire 573,383 downloads
  3. 3.
    Ad-Aware 2008 552,805 downloads
  4. 4.
  5. 5.
    Avast Home Edition 366,350 downloads
  6. 6.
    Orbit Downloader 354,732 downloads
  7. 7.
    WinRAR 272,500 downloads
  8. 8.
    Camfrog Video Chat 236,486 downloads
  9. 9.
    FrostWire 226,245 downloads
  10. 10.
    FLV Player 217,446 downloads
  1. 11.
    Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 199,133 downloads
  2. 12.
    BitComet 190,920 downloads
  3. 13.
    YouTube Downloader 171,020 downloads
  4. 14.
    Spybot - Search & Destroy 168,947 downloads
  5. 15.
    IrfanView 162,592 downloads
  6. 16.
    Advanced WindowsCare Personal 148,976 downloads
  7. 17.
    Download Accelerator Plus 145,985 downloads
  8. 18.
    mIRC 136,014 downloads
  9. 19.
    Adobe Reader 130,524 downloads
  10. 20.
    GOM Media Player 128,446 downloads
Source- http://www.download.com

Monday, October 27, 2008

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Guide to Anonymity

I can see you hiding in the shadows over there and so can the logs of all the web sites, FTP servers and other nooks and crannies you visit on the web. The sort of information gathered by these logs and which is available to the webmasters of the sites you visit include the address of the previous site you visited, your IP address, your computer's ID name, your physical location and the name of your ISP along with less personal details such as the operating system you're using and your screen resolution. If someone was snooping through your dustbin to gather information on consumer trends or tracking your every move to see where it is you go everyday you wouldn't be too chuffed would you. Well the web is no different, it's still an invasion of privacy and a threat to security and you don't have to put up with it.


Proxy servers:
Every time you visit a web site, detailed information about your system is automatically provided to the webmaster. This information can be used by hackers to exploit your computer or can be forwarded to the market research departments of consumer corporations who by tracking your activities on the internet are better equipped to direct more relevant spam at you. Your best defence against this is to use what is known as a proxy server, which will hide revealing information from the web sites you visit, allowing you to surf the web anonymously. These work by altering the way in which your browser retrieves web pages or connects to remote servers. With a proxy server set up, whenever you 'ask' IE or Netscape to look at a web page, the request is first sent through an external server which is completely independent of your ISP's servers. This third party server then does the requesting on your behalf so that it appears that the request came from them rather than you and your real IP address is never disclosed to the sites you visit. There is nothing to download and the whole process takes less than a minute.

There are two different ways to use proxy servers and both have their advantages and disadvantages. The first method is to use a web based service. What this involves is visiting the proxy's home page each time you want to browse a web site anonymously. The core component of such a system is the dialog box where you enter the address of the web site you want to visit. Each time you enter the URL of the site you want to browse via the proxy into this box, your personal information, IP address and so on is first encrypted before being sent to the site allowing you to maintain your anonymity. Two of the best examples of this type of web based proxy service are Code:
hxxp://www.rewebber.com/
and hxxp://www.anonymizer.com/.

Obviously one disadvantage of using a web based service like Rewebber or Anonymizer, however, is that you have to visit the proxies home page each time you want to surf anonymously. You could choose to select this page as your default home page, but it's still quite awkward if you're forever site hopping at the speed of light. The second main 'con' is that you often have to put up with extra adverts on the pages you visit. These are automatically inserted into the pages by the proxy - they have to pay for service somehow. More sophisticated and convenient solutions are also on offer yet they come with a price tag.

The second method you can use to protect your privacy via a proxy server involves adjusting the settings of your web browser so that you can surf anonymously without having to visit the home page of your proxy each time. To do this you will first need to know the name of your proxy server and the port number it uses. This information can be gleaned from either a public proxy server list or the FAQ referring to a private subscription based service. Once you have the name of the proxy server you wish to use, select 'Internet Options' from the 'Tools' menu of your browser. Now select 'Connections' followed by 'Settings' and tick the 'use a proxy server' check box. To finish the job all you have to do now is enter the name of the server in the 'address' box, the port which it uses in the 'port' box and go forth and surf anonymously.

Free, manual proxy servers as advertised on anonymity sites, if you can find one at all, are likely to be highly oversubscribed, and as a result the speed at which they retrieve web pages can deteriorate. In which case you can go in pursuit of a public proxy server list and select an alternative from it, which can then be set up manually. To locate such a list you can investigate sites such as Code:
hxxp://www.proxys4all.com/

however, this method isn't problem free either, so before you get too carried away and go jumping on the anonymity bandwagon there are a few things you should be aware of. It's very easy to use proxies to protect your privacy, but often the disadvantages of using them far out weigh the benefits. You see, the problem is that, like the proxy servers provided Rewebber et al, free, public proxies are nearly all over subscribed and so they can slow down web browsing considerably. Digging out fast reliable proxy servers is an art form in itself and is a skill which takes considerable practice. You could find a list of public proxy servers and then experiment with each one until you find one that runs at a reasonable speed, but this can be very time consuming and frustrating. Instead, your search would be much more efficient if you got a dedicated program to carry out this task for you. There are literally dozens of proxy seeking programs around which can do just that, and many of them are available as freeware. What these do is scan the internet for public proxy servers. These servers are then tested for speed and anonymity (not all of them are truly anonymous, even if they claim to be!) and once you find one which suits your requirements you can select it as your default proxy with the click of a button.

One of the most significant advantages of using an automated tool to locate proxy servers is that you do not have to keep editing your proxy settings manually each time you wish to try out a new one. Instead, what you do is enter 'localhost' or '127.0.0.1' into the 'address' box and '8088' into the 'port' box of your browser's proxy settings menu and then forget about it. All future proxy switching is then orchestrated from within your proxy seeking software, which subsequently relays the information to your browser or whatever type of application you are attempting to make anonymous. For those of you who are curious 'localhost' and the IP address '127.0.0.1' are the names by which every computer on the internet refers to itself.
Here's a good selection of links, which should help you to get started - Code:
hxxp://www.a4proxy.com/ Anonymity 4 Proxy
hxxp://www.helgasoft.com/hiproxy/ Hi Proxy
hxxp://www.proxy-verifier.com/ Proxy Verifier
hxxp://www.photono-software.de/ Stealther.

You may find that even when using these programs you have difficulty finding good proxy servers. It is for this reason that many people choose only to use proxy servers temporarily whilst doing something which may land them in trouble with their ISP, or in a worst case scenario with the law. The most obvious example of a situation in which you would want to cover your tracks is when scanning for public FTP servers and subsequently uploading to them. Most other net activities are unlikely to incur serious consequences so under these circumstances you can safely surf the web without a proxy. If you're really serious about protecting your privacy, however, your best bet is probably to invest in a dedicated, stable proxy such as the ones offered by Code:
hxxp://www.ultimate-anonymity.com/ Ultimate Anonymity


These aren't free, but may be worth the expense if you aren't keen on continuously switching proxy servers.

Before splashing out though it may be worth checking if your current ISP has a proxy server of its own which you can use. These aren't there to help you to commit cyber crimes and get away with it, they actually have a legitimate purpose as well - otherwise they wouldn't exist. You see, proxy servers were originally designed to help speed up web page loading times. Proxy servers contain a cache of all the web pages which have been requested via the browsers of the people using the proxy. When someone surfs the web using a proxy, the proxy first checks to see if it already has a copy of the web page stored in its cache. If this version of the page is bang up to date, it is sent to your computer and appears in your browser. If the page found in the cache of the proxy server is older than the one stored on the server hosting the page, a new request to the web server is made and the page is updated in the cache of the proxy before being sent to you. Because these servers use very fast internet connections they can retrieve web pages at much greater speeds than you can via your modest home setup. If these servers are located physically nearer to your home than the web host servers you wish to retrieve web pages from, the speed at which you browse the web will be accelerated.


Anonymity - Cookies
One last important point you need to be aware of before jumping in with both feet is that different programs have to be setup in different ways before being able to make external connections via a proxy server. For example, you can surf the web anonymously by modifying the settings in Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator as explained earlier in this tutorial, but this will only affect your browser. If you then used Flash FXP to copy a batch of 0-day releases from one FTP server to another, this isn't going to protect you in the slightest. What you have to do is enter the name of the proxy server into each application you wish to make anonymous before making any external connections. This can usually be done by browsing through the preferences of your program to see if there is a 'use proxy server' option available. If there is, make sure you use it!


Cookies:
You have little to fear from the edible variety, but the digital ones can be a major threat to your security and privacy. A cookie is a tiny text file (usually less than 1kb in size), which is created and stored on your hard drive whenever you visit a dynamic (or an interactive if you like) web site. These are used to log your personal details so that you can access members only areas of web sites without having to type in a password every time, or to retain your customised settings so that they are available the next time you visit. If you're using a shared computer, anyone who visits the same site that you have previously logged in to can access your accounts. This is particularly worrying if you have entered your credit card details into a form on an e-commerce site. If your browser is set to automatically fill in these details whenever you
return to a previously visited site, this information could be clearly visible - you don't need me to explain the problems this could entail.

The solution to this problem is to delete any cookies which contain sensitive data once you have completed your transactions. Your cookies will be stored in a different place depending on which operating system you are using so you will have to use your detective skills to find them. As an example, in Windows XP they are located in your 'c:\Documents and Settings\Kylie Minogue\Cookies' directory (that is if your name is Kylie Minogue. Mine isn't in case you're wondering!). If you look in this directory, in some cases it is easy to identify which cookie is associated with which web site, but in other cases it's not so obvious. The cookie which was created when you visited Yahoo.com to check your email may be called kylie minogue@yahoo.txt for example. Unfortunately some cookies refer to the IP address of the site you visited and so look more like kylie minogue@145.147.25.21. These cookies can be selectively deleted one at a time if it's obvious which ones are causing a threat to your security, or you can just wipe out the whole lot in one fell swoop and have them recreated as and when they are required. However, if
you're really struggling to find your cookie jar, you could delete your cookies via your browser's tool bar instead. In Internet Explorer this can be done through the 'Tools' > 'Internet Options' menu items.

If all this sounds like too much hassle, you can always find a labour saving program which will be happy to take the job off your hands. These 'cookie crunching' programs allow you to be more selective when editing, viewing and deleting cookies from your system, and some of them will even prevent cookies from being created in the first place. Yes, I know you're hungry for links so I won't deprive you. Have a look here - Code:
hxxp://www.rbaworld.com/Programs/CookieCruncher/ Cookie
Cruncher
hxxp://www.thelimitsoft.com/ Cookie Crusher
hxxp://www.angove.com/ Cookie Killer
hxxp://www.kburra.com/ Cookie Pal
and
hxxp://www.cookiecentral.com/ Cookie Web Kit.

36 Graphics & Design Ebooks

36 Graphics & Design Ebooks
List of grest graphics and designing e books...
Download them using Flashget or directly open in your browser..
Maya, Photoshop, Macromedia, Bryce, Digital Photography, & more....

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f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/8.books.Maya.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru].rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/A.Short.Course.in.Digital.Photography.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru].rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Adobe.Creative.Suite.Keyboard.Shortcuts.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru]_3,1.MB.rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Adobe.Photoshop.CS.in.10.Simple.Steps.or.Less.(2004).[by.KiN_www.netz.ru]_7,84 MB.rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Adobe.Photoshop.Tutorial.7.Day.Course.html.a.[28.84.MB_www.netz.ru].rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Advanced.3D.Photorealism.Techniques[9,76.MB_RUS_www.netz.ru].rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Bill.Flemming.Advanced.3D.Photorealism.Techniques.[RUS].[by.KiN_www.netz.ru]_9,75 MB.rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Bryce.5.Manual.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru_4.01MB].rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Corel.103.tutorials.RUS.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru].rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Designing Secure Web-Based Applications for Windows 2000.zip
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f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/Digital.Photography.Hacks.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru]_11,76.MB.rar
f*p://195.135.232.80/Books/design/How.To.Do.Everything.With.Illustrator.[by.KiN_www.netz.ru]_30,58.MB.rar
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Blogs/sites i love to read..recomended for you as well

You must have always wondered that you read my blog, but what would be the sites that i frequently check and love to read.. So here is the list of all the blogs and sites i routinely check and see.. for some kewl stuff..
Check the complete list..



Labnol
Its made by an Indian blogger, nice blog just love to read it. But most of the content of no use to me.

Tech2
One of the leading tech blogs in India. Its from Network 18. Also has a show of whose this site belongs to.

Techtree
Its also the blog of a tech Tv show..
nice one.

Engadget
The leading site when it comes to gadgets. It frequently posts a lot.

Gizmodo
The greatest competitor to Engadget, they too are one of the best when comes to all latest tech.

Discovery
Me a hardcore Discovery Fan, loves all of its shows. The site is well maintaned and is quite useful when comes to good info.

Nasa
Great site, i just love them for encouraging user participation. The whole site is nicely made.

Orkut

I don't know that why am i still hooked on to Orkut. Even when it has the most no. of loopholes when compared to any other social networking site. But still Orkut's gr8.

Blogger
How can i forget this, the best blogger software from google...

Youtube
I check that for all latest tech and hacking..

Twitter
I dislike the small post concept but still new to it.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Best mobile sites

I wanted to surf through all the mobile phones and know about their prices.So to do this i found a few sites that might help you out in the future.. Click Read more to see the full list..



1. CompareIndia
The best site in terms not only mobile but all other sorts of gadgets. But still needs to work on range option coz it doesn't show similarly prices products altogether.

2. indiagsm
Great site it got the best feture of selecting range whatever you wish to. Also features the latest prices.

3. FoneArena
Shows the price list of a lot of mobiles, but i don't know since when it has not been updated.

4.mobile-prices-india
Nice site lists recent phones and price range. Lacks in displaying specifications about the phone. But still gr8.

5.GSMarena
Nice site, But prices in USD and EURO. Sometimes searching for some phone becomes really painful. But nice database.

6. http://www.mobilephone-price.blogspot.com
Its a blogger site, i couldn't beleive at first but really great work done by some blogger, should had a .com name. The site is well maintained. Still surprised to see the blogspot name.

7. Rediff mobile
Nice site as it lists different products in different cities as well.

Mid-range mobiles for this Diwali

Thinking of buying a phone like me but couldn't afford a high-end phone don't worry here's the best mobiles i found while searching a right phone for me..I recommend selecting from these two phones coz i am also going to have one out of these , help me by telling which one would be better.. write comments..



1. Motorola A810
Finally, a full-featured, touch screen mobile device at an affordable price! A810 makes it easy to connect with friends or family and share important moments. An easy to use touch screen interface with access to e-mail and Internet, make it simple to manage your busy professional life, while an integrated MP3 player, FM radio and video recording/playback capabilities help stimulate your senses during downtime.
With a large touch screen display and Motorola’s advanced handwriting recognition, it’s easy to communicate – whether you are sending or receiving SMS or e-mail. Text entry is as easy as using the stylus to write directly on the 2.2” interactive screen.
The only drawback is Motorola batteries aren't good also the phone need to be handled with care you don't want to ruin your touchscreen, one fall and its gone.

Price- Rs7499
See full specifications here

2. Nokia 5220 XpressMusic
Nokia introduced a new music-enabled mobile phone as addition to its XpressMusic range. The new Nokia 5220 XpressMusic offers a range of affordable music and entertainment experiences with the most fresh, stylish designs on the market. The Nokia 5220 Music phone device offers instant access to music on-the-go with a unique, asymmetrical design. Featured for the first time on a Nokia XpressMusic device, a built-in lanyard makes the device easy to carry anywhere. Additional features of the Nokia 5220 XpressMusic include up to 24 hours playback time, dedicated XpressMusic keys and a 3.5mm audio jack. The Nokia 5220 XpressMusic is expected to begin shipping in the 3th quarter of 2008 with a retail price of 160 EUR, before taxes and subsidies.
Full phone specifications

Price- Rs 7500 (approx)

3. Nokia 5310 Xpressmusic
Nokia launches the Xpress music range the best one i liked is this one,
This music focused mobile phone comes with an easy to access music player which supports MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ & WMA music formats. The user can access & control their music easily using the three dedicated music keys which are situated to the side of the high colour screen. The Nokia 5310 XpressMusic comes with high quality music features including album art, music playlists & an equaliser. The user can listen to their favourite tunes over the phones speaker system or simply plug in the headset provided in the kit to experience a private listening experience. This phone will certainly keeps its music loving user entertained with up to 18 hours of music playback time & the 5310 XpressMusic can store approximately 3000 tracks for the user to enjoy. The user can search for music & games on the Internet by accessing the XHTML browser on their Nokia 5310 XpressMusic.
Full Phone specifications

Price- Rs8500 (approx & would reduce soon)

Other phones..
Nokia XPressmusic- 5220 - Rs7500
Sony Ericsson-G502 7227
Nokia-5310 XpressMusic Rs 8000
Motorola-EM30 Rs 7950


Saturday, October 25, 2008

Hack this site the legal place for hackers


Hack This Site
is a free, safe and legal training ground for hackers to test and expand their hacking skills. More than just another hacker wargames site, we are a living, breathing community with many active projects in development, with a vast selection of hacking articles and a huge forum where users can discuss hacking, network security, and just about everything. Tune in to the hacker underground and get involved with the project.
http://www.hackthissite.org/

How google works

See how google works in an animated form...
Its easy to learn and understand...
http://www.portfolio.com/images/site/editorial/Flash/google/google.swf

Better rank at google SEO tools

Building Quality backlinks is one of the most important factors in Search Engine Optimization.
It is not enough just to have a lot of backlinks, it is the Quality of backlinks along with the Quantity that help you rank better in Search Engines.
Here's a free tool that lets you just do this. ..



i don't know if it works or not but nothings wrong in trying it..
http://www.webconfs.com/backlink-builder.php







Backlink Builder


Enter Keyword (Theme)






Check backlinks to your site or blog

Google ranks you based on your popularity , that's the no. of backlinks you have. The more you have that means more people are recommending you.
Backlink.

Backlinks (or back-links (UK)) are incoming links to a website or web page. In the search engine optimization (SEO) world, the number of backlinks is one indication of the popularity or importance of that website or page (though other measures, such as PageRank, are likely to be more important). Outside of SEO, the backlinks of a webpage may be of significant personal, cultural or semantic interest: they indicate who is paying attention to that page.
Click Read More to know more about it...



In basic link terminology, a backlink is any link received by a web node (web page, directory, website, or top level domain) from another web node (Björneborn and Ingwersen, 2004). Backlinks are also known as incoming links, inbound links, inlinks, and inward links.

Check your Backlinks from following ways...

http://www.iwebtool.com/backlink_checker

http://www.backlinkwatch.com/

http://ekstreme.com/backlink-analyzer/

Test your speed

I just wanted to measure my broadband speed, and i found a gr8 site offering me to do this for frew. alongwith this it showed the best results from various services across the region. The site is really good see that now - SpeedTest.net


Test your Internet connection speed at Speedtest.net



Speedtest.net
is a broadband connection analysis tool with a huge selection of geographically dispersed testing servers. Ookla provides this service free to hundreds of thousands of people every day. If you are experiencing slowness with your Internet connection or are simply interested in testing your speed, Speedtest.net is for you. If you have a web site, please feel free to link to Speedtest.net.


Speedtest.net measures the performance of your broadband connection. At the end of each test, you are presented with the download (the speed of data from the server to your computer) and upload (the speed of sending data from your computer to the server) bandwidth speeds. The tests are performed completely within your web browser over HTTP (just like normal web browsing). If you experience any problems using Speedtest.net, please visit our Questions & Answers section for help.

Send free SMS and get paid to receive them


Youmint is yet another site offering free SMS service, but alongwith this it pays you for all the ads you receive on your phone. Its similar to mginger but it offers a lot more features. Like you select the time and categories. Also it pays you for referrals and each sms received by your referral.
Join it now...

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Facebook Virus

The leading social networking site was struck by a redirecting virus..and i beleive we soon will be seeig soon similar stuff on Orkut.
This virus is known as redirect virus. It sends ur frnds a link and sends them to some page the hacker wants to.
see it here...
don't worry ..Surely not redirect virus link... ha ha

MTV roadies.. Forms of the selected contestant's of Roadies 5.0

Mtv Roadies the dream of every kewl dude and babe in India. For the first time they are showing up the forms of the selected contestants of Roadies 5.0 that they filled at the time for registration.
See them and try to get a rough picture of what to do and not to do when you are filling the form. Click Read more to see the full links to form file.


They are in PDF file
See them here..
The best one i liked were from ( click to see form in pdf)...
1. Ashu
2. Anmol
3. Shambvi

Vuze 4 released - The best place for HD videos


Vuze ( formerly Azureus) has launched its newest version Vuze 4. Undoubtedly Vuze is the bestest of all free Video software i have ever seen. It features lot of High Definition Content which you usually don't find at other places. The best part of it is that it is completely free and charges nothing at all.


The Interface is very attractive and has been made to suit the eyes as well as easify tasks. All of the content is in form of torrents. It also lets you search for videos present in its database alongwith results from leading torrent sites.
Vuze also lets you connect with your friends and download faster by sharing torrents.
Try it now because i usually don't praise any software that much, but vuze certainly needs to be applauded for.
Download Vuze

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Google's 10 yrs of journey in logos and pictures..

Its been 10 years since Google first made it's appearance in the world. I recently spotted how Google was then and what it has become now..
See the whole journey here...

Google 2000

Google 2001


Google 2002

Google
2003

Google 2004



Google 2005

Google 2006

Google 2007

Google 2008

Google' 10 years in images...













These are Google's Birthday logos with year...

4th Birthday: 2002

Celebrated on September 27th, 2002.

5th Birthday: 2003

Celebrated on September 7th, 2003.

6th Birthday: 2004

Celebrated on September 7th, 2004.

7th Birthday: 2005

Celebrated on September 27th, 2005.

8th Birthday: 2006


Google's 9th Birthday Logo

list of all logos..
http://pic.51windows.net/google/page_02.htm

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