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Differences Amongst Windows Vista Versions

Monday 23 April 2007 @ 4:39 pm

I’m sure many of us are thinking of upgrading our computer operating system to the latest Windows Vista. Apart from wondering will the current computer hardware be compatible to Windows Vista, probably we are facing the dilemma of choosing which version of Windows Vista.

Basically, there are 5 versions of Windows Vista to choose from, they are Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise and Ultimate.

Windows Vista Comparison

This is the link to a comprehensive comparison chart of all 5 versions of Windows Vista. Hope it helps you to make your upgrading decision.

The Google Master Plan

Monday 23 April 2007 @ 1:45 pm

I’ve come across this interesting movie clip called The Google Master Plan in Youtube quite some time ago. It’s a movie directed and produced by Ozan Halici & Jürgen Mayer for their Bachelors’s Thesis at the University of Applied Sciences Ulm, Germany.

The movie basically talks about how Google can use their free services like Google Search and Gmail with their gigantic database for some known, and possibly unknown, purposes. Well, it talks about our privacy as users of Google free services as well. Needless to say, it got me ponder how powerful Google is nowadays.

I’m sure you don’t want to miss this awesome video clip :-

Check out their The Google Master Plan website. There are some different video formats of the movie ready for download too.

What Is Phlooding ?

Wednesday 15 November 2006 @ 3:04 am

We have heard about phishing, but have you heard about phlooding?

According to AirMagnet Inc, one of the leaders in wireless LAN (WLAN) security and performance solutions, phlooding is a new exploit describes a group of simultaneous but geographically distributed attacks that targets a business’s authentication or network log-in structure, with the goal of overloading its central authentication server.
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Virtual Browser

Saturday 28 October 2006 @ 3:20 am

Internet Service Provider (ISP) blocks your favourite websites, like what Streamyx is doing to us ??

For people who doesn’t know how to use proxy server, here is something helpful !!

Virtualbrowser is a web proxy-like script programmed in PHP designed to bypass firewalls, school/country blockers, and other proxy restrictions through a web interface.

It acts like a simple online web browser where you can enter the URL of the website and bypass all the restrictions. Besides You also have options of disabling Javascript, accepting cookies, showing images, removing meta tags, etc.

The server that Virtualbrowser runs on simply acts as a medium that retrives resources for you. The only IP address shown will be Virtualbrowser server’s IP address. So basically, it is indirect browsing, keeping your information from reaching the destination website.

Enjoy. :)

IE7 Beta 2 Compared To Firefox

Friday 28 April 2006 @ 12:37 pm

Internet Explorer 7
I bet some of you have noticed Microsoft just released the latest beta version of Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 7 beta 2, a few days ago.

You might be wondering how good/reliable/secure/user-friendly is this latest version of the most widely used web browser as compared to its closest rival, Firefox. Well, Networking Pipeline has written a very thorough comparison of the Internet Explorer 7 beta 2 and Firefox

The following are the break down of all chapters of the review :-

  • Facing Firefox – A brief introduction of the comparison between Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox
  • Standards And Tabs – Comparison of basic features of web browsers between them.
  • Security Matters – Compare both of them in term of security measures.
  • Conclusions – Sums up the all comparisons and gives some insights of IE7 beta 2’s short comings.

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Apple Macintosh In 1984

Thursday 27 April 2006 @ 4:14 pm

Saw a collection of old advertisements of Apple Macintosh back in 1984.

Apple Mac 1984

A guy did a series of full-page scan of 16 pages of advertisement in Newsweek magazine and published it onto the net. Somehow, I have a little doubt why the mouse of the Mac was placed on the left hand side.

Apple Mac 1984

Just to share the link with you, hope you like it.

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