|Posted by V-HACKER on January 16, 2011 at 1:45 PM||comments (0)|
Now a days all of you look excited about Windows 7 & Windows Vista Ultimate DreamScene which will allow you to play high-definition video content as your wallpaper. Dreamscene is only available for Windows 7 & Windows Vista Ultimate users, but do you know that, you can play video as a wallpaper on your Vista Home Premium or Basic version or even on Windows XP also?
|Posted by V-HACKER on January 8, 2011 at 5:44 PM||comments (1)|
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|Posted by V-HACKER on January 8, 2011 at 5:01 PM||comments (0)|
Enjoy the New Chat Commands!!
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|Posted by FurY on January 4, 2011 at 3:07 PM||comments (9)|
|Posted by FurY on January 4, 2011 at 2:46 PM||comments (0)|
Its easy. Try It.....
Components required :-
1] Any mobile which can be used as modem [either data cable/infrared/bluetooth modem]
2] Interfacing device [Data cable/Infrared Port/Bluetooth Port]
3] PC in working condition
4] Airtel Prepaid Simcard
1] Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or 2.0
[download it from getfirefox.com ]
2] User Agent Switcher
[before downloading User Agent Switcher, read this post fully]
[download it from http://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/59/ ]
3] Device [Data cable/Infrared/Bluetooth] Software
[this you will get normally in CD while purchasing]
1] Activate AirTel Live and Save Airtel Live Settings. Its free, so no problem.
2] Connect your mobile to PC via either data cable/infrared/bluetooth and install its modem software
3] Now Create a Dialup Connection manually with the followind details
Open Control Panel -> Network Connectons -> New Connection Wizard
Choose "Connect to the Internet"
Choose "Setup my connection manually"
Choose "Connect using a dial-up modem"
Enter ISP Name as you want
Enter Phone Number as *99***2#
Add shortcut to desktop
4] Now it will ask for User Name and Password, just click Cancel.
5] Now Open Control Panel -> phone and Modem Options
Under Modems Tab select the Modem you have installed and click Properties
Select Advanced Tab. Copy and Paste the following code into Extra Initialization Commands and click Ok
Code: AT+CGDCONT=2, "IP","airtelfun.com","",0,0
6] Install Mozilla Firefox 1.5 and run the application atleast once.
7] Now download User Agent Switcher from the address mentioned above.
[Note: User Agent Switcher shold be downloaded from Installed Firefox]
8] After installing User Agent Switcher, Exit Firefox and Restart it.
9] Now Click Tools -> User Agent Switcher -> Optons -> Options
Select User Agents from left panel and Click Add Button and Enter the following details and Click Ok and Ok
Description : iFirefox/2.0
User Agent : IMozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.8.1) Gecko/20061010
10] Now Select iFirefox/2.0 as User Agent from Tools-> User Agent Switcher.
11] Now Configure Firefox to Proxy Server as mentioned below
Click Tools ->Options in Firefox
Select General Tab
Click Connection Settings button and make Manual Proxy Configuration
Enter All Proxy's as 18.104.22.168 and
Ports as 8080
Click Ok and Ok
12] Now Open Internet Explorer Properties -> Connections Tab
Select the connection you have created and Click Settings button.
Now Enable Proxy Server and enter the address as 22.214.171.124 and
Port as 8080 and Click Ok and Ok
Thats all you have done it.
Now use the dial-up connections shortcut from desktop and click Dial. Open Firefox and enter any Web Address you want.
I have tested this using Sony Ericsson K500i, Infrared Port and Firefox 1.5. And i downloaded more than 500Mb for free of cost. Try and post your replies.
|Posted by V-HACKER on January 3, 2011 at 2:03 PM||comments (0)|
1) PC Performance – Both Spyware and adware consume your PC's resource like computer memory. A bad spyware infection could dramatically slow your computer's performance including causing your system's to become increasingly unstable. Spyware also can affect your internet connection speed as it takes up bandwidth to communicate information back to its creator.
2) Pop up Ads – It is highly likely that your computer is infected by Adware if you notice more pop up ads appearing than usual. In some cases pop ads start appearing on the desktop even if you have not opened a web browser. Alternatively, search results may appear in a pop up or another browser window relative to the website you are visiting or keyword term you have typed into a search engine.
3) Browser Toolbars – These programs are commonly bundled with free software which the publisher often describes as "advertiser supported." The toolbar then feeds adverts based on the website you visit. They are usually very difficult to uninstall. "180 Search Assistant" and "Huntbar" are example programs.
4) Browser Settings – Your internet favourites or bookmarks and start page are two main settings which are targeted by spyware authors. Web sites are inserted into your list of internet favourites in the hope that you will visit them. Browser hijackers change the start page which is visited when the browser loads. Any unexpected change to your start page is a sign of infection.
5) Start Up Programs – Some spyware variants will try to add themselves to your Windows start up program list. If you boot up time becomes noticeably slower then review your program start up list to check for applications you are not familiar with and remove them. This program list can be review using the "MS Config" option from the Windows XP Run command.
6) Software Failure – A spyware infection can cause some of your programs to crash or stop working. In particular watch if your Internet Explorer browser refuses to work all of a sudden.
7) Hosts File Changes – The Hosts File is a Windows file that maps the numerical IP Address to the Host Name very much like the address book on your cell phone "maps" your friend's name to their telephone number. Some spyware programs can change these setting so that when you type in "http://www.yahoo.com" for example you are re-directed the spyware author's website.
Hacking Tools and Softwares - If You are Onto Hacking, Then Your Computer is Highly Vulnerable to Infection. Hacking Tools & Softwares, Always are Counted as Threats and Sometimes You Get Backdoor'd trying to Hack Others. Always Use a Sandbox while using Unkn0wn tools/applications.
Keep a Good Protection. Avast 5 Free + Malwarebytes Anti-Malware will Do Great for Windows Based Home Computers.
|Posted by V-HACKER on January 3, 2011 at 1:30 PM||comments (0)|
Your gadgets and computers, your software and sites — they are not working as well as they should. You need to make some tweaks. But the tech industry has given you the impression that making adjustments is difficult and time-consuming. It is not. And so below are 10 things to do to improve your technological life. They are easy and (mostly) free.
GET A SMARTPHONE
Why: Because having immediate access to your e-mail, photos, calendars and address books, not to mention vast swaths of the internet, makes life a little easier.
How: This does not have to be complicated. Upgrade your phone with your existing carrier; later, when you are an advanced beginner, you can start weighing the pluses and minuses of your carrier versus another.
STOP USING INTERNET EXPLORER
Why: Because, while the latest version has some real improvements, Internet Explorer is large, bloated with features and an example of old-style Microsoft excess.
How: Switch to either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Both are first-rate, speedy browsers, and both are free. It remains a tight race between the two, but Chrome has had the lead lately in features and performance. Both browsers include useful things like bookmark syncing. That means that your bookmarks folder will be the same on every computer using Chrome or Firefox, and will update if you change anything.
UPLOAD PHOTOS TO THE CLOUD [Better Alternative = Use DropBox]
Why: Because you’ll be really sorry if an errant cup of coffee makes its way onto your PC, wiping away years of photographic memories. Creating copies of your digital photos on an online service is a painless way to ensure they’ll be around no matter what happens to your PC. It is also an easy way to share the photos with friends and family.
How: There are many good, free choices. To keep things simple, use Picasa, Google’s service. After your initial upload — which may take a while, so set it up before you go to sleep — you will have a full backup of your photo library. And by inviting people to view it, privately, with passwords, you will not have to e- mail photos anymore. Anytime you have new pictures, upload them to Picasa, send a message to your subscribers, and they can view your gallery at their leisure.
GET MUSIC OFF YOUR COMPUTER
Why: Because music bought digitally wants
to be freed, not imprisoned in your portable player or laptop. It wants to be sent around the home, filling rooms like good oldfashioned hi-fi.
How: Have an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad? Download Apple’s free Remote app and you will be able to control your music from anywhere in the house.
BACK UP YOUR DATA
Why: Because photos are not the only important things on your computer. With online backup services, you do not have to buy any equipment; you just install software, which sits on secure servers and runs in the background, regularly updating a mirror image of all your files while you spend time on more important things, like confirming that Ben Gazzara really was the bad guy in “Road House” (he was).
How: Go to sosbackup.com. Install the software. Sleep easy.
Only hitch: It’s not free.
GET FREE ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE
Why: Because attacks on unwitting users are more widespread and tactics are growing more advanced.
How: Windows users can download Avast Free Antivirus (+ Malwarebytes). Mac users can download iAntiVirus Free Edition. Both applications will provide a basic level of security against a variety of so-called malware. And they cost zero.
SET UP A FILE-SHARING SERVICE
Why: Because while e-mailing yourself files is a perfectly decent workaround, there are easier, more elegant ways to move files around — and they don’t cost anything, either.
How: Go to dropbox.com and set up a free account. You will then get an icon that sits on your desktop. Drag and drop files onto that icon, and they are immediately copied to the cloud. The free account gives you up to two gigabytes of disk space. Set up your account on all your other computers, and they all have the access to the same files.
GET A BETTER DEAL FROM YOUR CABLE, PHONE AND NET PROVIDER
Why: Because it does not take much to get them to give you free (or cheaper) services. These companies are generally indifferent to customer needs.
How: Just call and ask — they will probably give you something. Other tactics: Measure your internet/broadband speed, using
dslreports.com/speedtest; if it is less than what you are paying for, ask for an upgrade.
CALIBRATE YOUR HDTV
Why: Because that awesome 1080p plasma or LCD TV you bought has factory settings for color, brightness, contrast and that are likely to be out of whack. They need to be adjusted.
How: Buy a High Definition Benchmark: Bluray Edition test, a DVD. Its regimen of tests and patterns will help you adjust your TV’s settings to more natural levels.
BUY A LOT OF CHARGING CABLES
Why: Because you should never have a gadget’s battery die on you, and they are cheap. Smartphone user? Have a charging cable at the office, one in the car, and a couple at home. Laptops? Have enough chargers in the house, so you are not tethered to the den when the power runs low.
How: eBay. Search for what you need with terms like “original” or “oem” (original equipment manufacturer). You will often see accessories on sale for as little as one-tenth their normal retail price. Buy them by the gross.
Must Follow Everything Above to Get The Best!!