Apr 20, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Download Rising AntiVirus 6-Month Free License No Serial Edition

Rising Anti-VirusRising Antivirus is a China based anti-virus, firewall and Chinese software company that produces anti-virus software, firewall and spam-blocking products. Rising AntiVirus is one of the flagship products from the company, and is believed to have market share of about 50% of Chinese market, that’s more than 100 million users.
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Apr 20, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

VMWare Server Causes System Frozen, Hang and Unresponsive When Power/Start Up in Vista

Windows Vista may become unresponsive, freeze or simply hang when users power on and start up a virtual machine in VMWare Server, especially on VMWare Server 1.0. When the symptom happens, the hard disk drive LED, which indicates hard disk I/O activity, blinks non-stop, signifying a lot of hard disk reading or writing activity and spinning. The Windows Vista system freezing or hang state normally lasts for few minutes, after that system will act as normal again.
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Apr 20, 2008
Nic Cho

NAVIGON 2100 max And 2120 max GPS Devices With New DirectHelp Feature

One of the world’s leading providers of navigation products and software solutions, NAVIGON has announced the release of the NAVIGON 2100 max and NAVIGON 2120 max personal navigation devices (PNDs), incorporating slim, stylish piano-black casings, anti-glare 4.3 inch touchscreen display and new DirectHelp feature, which aimed to enhance your navigation experience.


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Apr 20, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Order Hero Hack Pack with Free Open Source Tools

The words that least expected to be associated with Microsoft are probably free, giveaway, and open source. Determined to shake off the image, and get a share of pie in the open source market, Microsoft is now courting ‘hero‘, a term it used to describe people who does thing they love, and does it well. To achieve this aim, Microsoft is giving away Hero Hack Pack for free.
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Apr 20, 2008
SY Tan

Virus Attack Via Infected Gizmo

A Los Angeles computer consultant, Jerry Askew, bought a new Uniek digital picture frame and got an unpleasant surprise when he plugged it into his Windows PC. The antivirus program in his computer alerted him to the invasion of four viruses into his system, including one which steals passwords.

The problem is traced to the manufacturing and assembly line in China, where most multi-national companies have outsourced their work. Malicious software infects a gadget when it is being tested in a corrupted computer by an irresponsible worker who may have infected the company’s system with his own online activities or compromised software. When the product goes to the market, it comes free with a handful of viruses which may create a lot of problems for the unsuspecting user. These pre-installed viruses create havoc by stealing passwords, opening doors for hackers and generating spam.
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Apr 19, 2008
Nic Cho

New Kingston DataTraveler BlackBox USB Flash Drive

The world’s largest independent manufacturer of memory products, Kingston Technology Company has recently announced the launch of the new, ultra-secure DataTraveler BlackBox, which is Kingston’s first Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)-validated USB Flash drive, aiming to protect your organization’s portable data and comply with data-at-rest agency directives.


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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Use On-Screen Keyboard in Vista to Securely Enter Password

Security thread has been increasing violent and potent. Hackers are going all out to ‘steal’ sensitive and private information of Internet users with phishing websites. More aggressive and advanced hackers plant keylogger on users computer to log and track users’ keystrokes in order to capture the user name and password entered by users.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Join Microsoft Usablity Research for Free Vista, Map, Office and Money Software

Have a lot of feedbacks, suggestions, criticisms, opinions, thoughts or comments about Microsoft products and services? Microsoft wants to hear from you then. Microsoft usability research focuses on how people interact with software including products under development, and the information gathered is translated directly into product design improvements. So users who join may indirectly shape the future of Microsoft software.
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