Archive for December, 2006
Beware if anyone of you downloaded a cracked version of the forthcoming Windows Vista from any online sources, including BitTorrent.
The program claims to be a “crack” designed to unlock pirated copies of Vista, which was made available to Microsoft’s volume licensing customers last week.
The cracked file named “Windows Vista All Versions Activation 21.11.06” actually contains a password-stealing trojan horse known as Trojan-PSW.Win32.LdPinch.aze.
Kaspersky is one of the antivirus applications manage to detect the trojan horse, but not Norton Antivirus and Eset’s NOD32, says the security researchers. So, be extra careful if you are using any of these 2 antivirus.
Getting bored using your normal looking USB thumbdrive?
Want something cool?
Then it’s time to get one of these:
Humping Dog will be released in December, 2006, whereas January, 2007 for Chameleon. Humping Dog costs only 998 yen (USD$8.55) each and Chameleon is priced at 2940 yen (USD$25.17). For less than USD$10, I would sure want to get one of the Humping Dog. By the way, who came up with such name? LoL…
NaturalLogin Pro is basically a software that makes use of your existing USB MP3 players or USB flash drives to establish a hardware link with Windows login account and privileges. Once the users installed NaturalLogin, users no longer have to re-enter their passwords each time they approach their computer. Users can be automatically logged on to their machine as they plug in their USB drive. NaturalLogin Pro recognizes users and determines their access privileges, preventing information from falling into the wrong hands.
Palcott says that NaturalLogin Pro provides robust security for stand alone or networked computers, as well as the personalization and convenience which users require. From home users to workgroups and even large hospitals with hundreds of people accessing dozens of computers, NaturalLogin Pro ensures the security of a network, the privacy of sensitive data, and user satisfaction.
NaturalLogin Pro costs USD$29.95, and supports Windows 2000/XP.
A 15-days trial is available at Download.com.
Today is Labor day and Sunday as well.
So, most of you must be relaxing in your house and surfing, right?
Ok, recommend a flash game to you all, just to relax yourself more. :)
Guess-The-Google is a simple web application that utilizes Google’s image search to generate a large gridded montage of images based on keywords (search terms). Guess-The-Google will pick the keywords for you, the player must then guess what keyword made up the image – it’s surprisingly addictive.