Jan 15, 2011

How I’d Hack Your Weak Passwords 
Just now i went through Lifehacker.com just to see any interesting info about hacker. After reading some of the article, then i just bookmarked this site.. muahaha.. Quite interesting articles got in there. So here i just copy and paste for u guys to read on it. chill~
Internet standards expert, CEO of web company iFusion Labs, and blogger John Pozadzides knows a thing or two about password security—and he knows exactly how he'd hack the weak passwords you use all over the internet.
Photo remixed from subcircle.
Note: This isn't intended as a guide to hacking *other people's* weak passwords. Instead, the aim is to help you better understand the security of your own passwords and how to bolster that security. We originally published this piece back in March, but in light of our recent security breach, it seemed more applicable than ever.
If you invited me to try and crack your password, you know the one that you use over and over for like every web page you visit, how many guesses would it take before I got it?
Let's see… here is my top 10 list. I can obtain most of this information much easier than you think, then I might just be able to get into your e-mail, computer, or online banking. After all, if I get into one I'll probably get into all of them.
  1. Your partner, child, or pet's name, possibly followed by a 0 or 1 (because they're always making you use a number, aren't they?)
  2. The last 4 digits of your social security number.
  3. 123 or 1234 or 123456.
  4. "password"
  5. Your city, or college, football team name.
  6. Date of birth – yours, your partner's or your child's.
  7. "god"
  8. "letmein"
  9. "money"
  10. "love"
Statistically speaking that should probably cover about 20% of you. But don't worry. If I didn't get it yet it will probably only take a few more minutes before I do…
Hackers, and I'm not talking about the ethical kind, have developed a whole range of tools to get at your personal data. And the main impediment standing between your information remaining safe, or leaking out, is the password you choose. (Ironically, the best protection people have is usually the one they take least seriously.)
One of the simplest ways to gain access to your information is through the use of a Brute Force Attack. This is accomplished when a hacker uses a specially written piece of software to attempt to log into a site using your credentials. Insecure.org has a list of the Top 10 FREE Password Crackers right here.
So, how would one use this process to actually breach your personal security? Simple. Follow my logic:
  • You probably use the same password for lots of stuff right?
  • Some sites you access such as your Bank or work VPN probably have pretty decent security, so I'm not going to attack them.
  • However, other sites like the Hallmark e-mail greeting cards site, an online forum you frequent, or an e-commerce site you've shopped at might not be as well prepared. So those are the ones I'd work on.
  • So, all we have to do now is unleash Brutus, wwwhack, or THC Hydra on their server with instructions to try say 10,000 (or 100,000 – whatever makes you happy) different usernames and passwords as fast as possible.
  • Once we've got several login+password pairings we can then go back and test them on targeted sites.
  • But wait… How do I know which bank you use and what your login ID is for the sites you frequent? All those cookies are simply stored, unencrypted and nicely named, in your Web browser's cache. (Read this post to remedy that problem.)
And how fast could this be done? Well, that depends on three main things, the length and complexity of your password, the speed of the hacker's computer, and the speed of the hacker's Internet connection.
Assuming the hacker has a reasonably fast connection and PC here is an estimate of the amount of time it would take to generate every possible combination of passwords for a given number of characters. After generating the list it's just a matter of time before the computer runs through all the possibilities – or gets shut down trying.
Pay particular attention to the difference between using only lowercase characters and using all possible characters (uppercase, lowercase, and special characters – like @#$%^&*). Adding just one capital letter and one asterisk would change the processing time for an 8 character password from 2.4 days to 2.1 centuries.
How I’d Hack Your Weak Passwords
Remember, these are just for an average computer, and these assume you aren't using any word in the dictionary. If Google put their computer to work on it they'd finish about 1,000 times faster.
Now, I could go on for hours and hours more about all sorts of ways to compromise your security and generally make your life miserable – but 95% of those methods begin with compromising your weak password. So, why not just protect yourself from the start and sleep better at night?
Believe me, I understand the need to choose passwords that are memorable. But if you're going to do that how about using something that no one is ever going to guess AND doesn't contain any common word or phrase in it.
Here are some password tips:
  1. Randomly substitute numbers for letters that look similar. The letter ‘o' becomes the number ‘0′, or even better an ‘@' or ‘*'. (i.e. – m0d3ltf0rd… like modelTford)
  2. Randomly throw in capital letters (i.e. – Mod3lTF0rd)
  3. Think of something you were attached to when you were younger, but DON'T CHOOSE A PERSON'S NAME! Every name plus every word in the dictionary will fail under a simple brute force attack.
  4. Maybe a place you loved, or a specific car, an attraction from a vacation, or a favorite restaurant?
  5. You really need to have different username / password combinations for everything. Remember, the technique is to break into anything you access just to figure out your standard password, then compromise everything else. This doesn't work if you don't use the same password everywhere.
  6. Since it can be difficult to remember a ton of passwords, I recommend using Roboform for Windows users. It will store all of your passwords in an encrypted format and allow you to use just one master password to access all of them. It will also automatically fill in forms on Web pages, and you can even get versions that allow you to take your password list with you on your PDA, phone or a USB key. If you'd like to download it without having to navigate their web site here is the direct download link. (Ed. note: Lifehacker readers love the free, open-source KeePass for this duty, while others swear by the cross-platform, browser-based LastPass.)
  7. Mac users can use 1Password. It is essentially the same thing as Roboform, except for Mac, and they even have an iPhone application so you can take them with you too.
  8. Once you've thought of a password, try Microsoft's password strength tester to find out how secure it is.
By request I also created a short RoboForm Demonstration video. Hope it helps…
Another thing to keep in mind is that some of the passwords you think matter least actually matter most. For example, some people think that the password to their e-mail box isn't important because "I don't get anything sensitive there." Well, that e-mail box is probably connected to your online banking account. If I can compromise it then I can log into the Bank's Web site and tell it I've forgotten my password to have it e-mailed to me. Now, what were you saying about it not being important?
Often times people also reason that all of their passwords and logins are stored on their computer at home, which is safe behind a router or firewall device. Of course, they've never bothered to change the default password on that device, so someone could drive up and park near the house, use a laptop to breach the wireless network and then try passwords from this list until they gain control of your network — after which time they will own you!
Now I realize that every day we encounter people who over-exaggerate points in order to move us to action, but trust me this is not one of those times. There are 50 other ways you can be compromised and punished for using weak passwords that I haven't even mentioned.
I also realize that most people just don't care about all this until it's too late and they've learned a very hard lesson. But why don't you do me, and yourself, a favor and take a little action to strengthen your passwords and let me know that all the time I spent on this article wasn't completely in vain.
Please, be safe. It's a jungle out there.
EDIT: You might also want to listen to my interview on Connecticut Public Radio about password security.
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Switched On: Making the call on Windows Phone 7

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology.

CES 2011 saw the debut of what could be the biggest challenge to the Wintel dominance of personal computing since Windows 95 cemented its position. The combination of the Android operating system on ARM processors -- ARMdroid if you will -- grabbed most of the attention in the emerging tablet category on products such as devices such as the Motorola Xoom and LG G-Slate. But it was also clear that manufacturers -- unconstrained by Cupertinian notions of what operating system is best suited to what kind of device -- are willing to take the combination in new directions that come much closer to the notebook form factor. A clear example of this was the ASUS Eee Pad Slider. If having the tablet thunder stolen from Microsoft wasn't enough to make the company uncomfortable, clearly encroaching designs like this were.

And so, at Steve Ballmer's keynote, the company announced that the next version of Windows will support not only x86 offerings from Intel and AMD – themselves moving closer to ARM-like system-on-chips – but ARM designs from companies such as Qualcomm and NVIDIA as well. Microsoft noted that the new chip support was requested by its partners, implying that PC companies want to take advantage of the long battery life and thin form factors enabled by ARM architectures, but also bring along Windows' broad driver and software support. Microsoft clearly considers the tablet another PC, albeit one that Windows' hardware and user interface layer needs to support better. However, in striking back at Android evolution, Microsoft risks collateral damage to its own mobile OS. Can Windows Phone 7 co-exist with a ARM-based version of the real thing?

Let's look at the competition. Microsoft's support of both x86 and ARM with its "desktop" OS and support of ARM with Windows Phone 7 represents a contrast to Apple and Google -- even though, as Microsoft accurately pointed out, both have dual OS strategies. Apple reserves Mac OS for notebooks and desktops while using iOS in its tablet and smartphone, although some believe that iOS will eventually replace and not just influence Mac OS later down the road. For Google, it's open season, so to speak, as device manufacturers call the shots, but while Android has been moving to support larger devices with the Honeycomb release, Google's Chrome team has also staked out the notebook. Both operating systems support x86 and ARM, and we will no doubt see notebook-like devices with both of them.

While Apple's position is defensible (and the only one that has been successful on both fronts), Switched On has previously questioned the role of Chrome in the wake of Android's success. Is there, then, a need for the just relaunched Windows Phone 7 in a world where Windows itself runs on ARM architectures? While Microsoft refrained from any discussion of the user interface of the next version of Windows, the company made sure to remind us of its touch expertise via a revamped flat-panel version of Surface, and Windows development chief Steven Sinofsky dismissed the challenge of implementing touch user interfaces, even scaled to a variety of differently-sized screens. The next version of Windows -- and apps developed for it -- may well dynamically adapt their UI depending on the usage scenario, with a traditional desktop mode when used as a clamshell notebook, a Metro-like touch experience when used as a tablet, and a Media Center-like experience when projected onto a television screen for a 10-foot entertainment experience.

Microsoft mentioned mobile devices as candidates for this revamped Windows; there's no telling at this point how small that will go. Confusing the matter a bit more, Intel CEO Paul Otellini noted on Intel's most recent earnings call that the PC chip giant will be able to ride "desktop" Windows as it slims down into the handset market. "[W]e have the ability to put our lowest-power Intel processors, running Windows 8 or the next generation of Windows, into phones." As it stands, we might see both of Microsoft's operating systems compete for the same realm.

However, there is a good reason to draw the arbitrary line between Windows and Windows Phone 7 at devices that are indeed phones. Whereas Microsoft's hardware partners may seek more openness in its tablets than what Apple provides, handset carriers want some degree of consistency and control to reduce support costs. Providing that degree of consistency and control could also help differentiate from Android. Or, much as will be the case with 10-inch notebooks running either Android or Chrome, we may well see 4.5-inch or 5-inch handhelds running Windows or Windows Phone 7 both. Perhaps some embedded version of the former will eventually cause the demise of the latter. For the time being, though, there is a place for Windows Phone 7 even as it shares ARM support with its big brother platform.
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I believe that what you are seeing here is a product of something that Jose Julio’s daughter said to him: “Dad, can you build a robot for me?”
Man, if my daughter asked me that, I would try to deliver as much as I could. Still, I could never make a product of this quality. Granted, the ArduSpider has a certain DIY quality, but mine would probably be made of Lego and would require an instruction booklet.
It would also have been poorly assembled, but this Arduino-based ArduSpider robot looks better than the Anti-Gravity WebRunner toy that we reported about a while ago. Check out the video after the jump.
The ArduSpider robot can be controlled remotely and can also be autonomously operated. Best of all, it can do a lot of tricks like gymnastics and such. It could probably do a flip if it could ever get off its back. All the aforementioned Webrunner could do was climb walls through vacuum suction power.
I have got some words of advice to Jose Julio. Find a way to make a kit and market it so fathers everywhere can build an ArduSpider for their children. Better yet, have the children build it themselves. This is definitely is the Zoids of this generation.

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What's New in iPhone 5

We're due for the next iPhone model this summer, and it may feature an upgraded processor. 
We’re months away from a supposed iPhone update, but Apple Insider has already reported some of the projected specs. Citing Apple Daily (a Hong-Kong based publication), Taiwan manufacturer Kinsus will allegedly supply parts for the device, including a new custom processor called the A8.
Apple relatively recently acquired two chip manufacturers, Intrinsity and P.A. Semi, which allowed it to dive into creating its own custom ARM processors. The iPad was the first Apple device to sport a custom portable processor with the A4, which was also built into the iPhone 4 and latest generation iPod Touch, as well as the Apple TV.
Now Apple will up the ante with the more powerful processor as well as a baseband from Qualcomm for the iPhone 5 (which may actually show up in the CDMA Verizon iPhone 4). Seeing as Qualcomm is a major manufacturer of CDMA chips, many are taking its involvement to mean that a Verizon version of the iPhone 5 will also be available at the product’s launch.
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Some Details About Ipad 2

We've been hearing a ton of rumors about what direction Apple's next set of products will take and when they'll be available -- but now we've got some concrete information from reliable sources which should make the path a little clearer. And that includes info on the next iPad, the iPhone 5, the second iteration of the new Apple TV, and a big change coming for all of the company's mobile products. Want to know the scoop? Read along after the break to get the goods.

Right now, everyone is obviously buzzing about the Verizon iPhone 4. What people aren't talking about (yet) is the fact the device will be using a Qualcomm chipset for its CDMA radio (with no GSM capabilities) as opposed to the Infineon versions seen in the GSM iPhone 4. This isn't much of a surprise by itself, but it paves the way for a major shift from Apple. But first, a little bit of a timeline.

Just before the Verizon iPhone 4 launch, we'd heard from multiple sources -- sources like the ones which gave us all that extremely accurate Apple TV info last time around -- that the iPad 2 isn't nearly as close to launch as some have speculated. Apparently, those case and hardware mockups we've seen are rather early versions, which means we're still months out from a proper introduction. It seems likely that the device will land around April (perfectly timed with the 12-month product cycle Apple enjoys). And what about that device? From what we've been told, the thinner, sleeker tablet will sport a new screen technology that is akin to (though not the same as) the iPhone 4's Retina Display and will be "super high resolution" (unlike reports to the contrary). The device will remain at 10 inches but will now feature both front and rear cameras (not a huge surprise), and... there's an SD slot. That's right -- our sources say with near certainty that the device will have a dedicated SD slot built in (with no traditional USB slot). In fact, see that weird notch in the photo below? That's where the SD part will be located. What's most interesting, however, is what's happening under the hood.

The new iPad will feature a dual GSM / CDMA chipset produced by Qualcomm and will mark Apple's shift away from Infineon as its chipset maker to Qualcomm for all of its mobile devices. It's not clear if the chipset being used will be based on the company's EV-DO / HSPA Gobi variety or an entirely new design. Presumably, the strength of the new dual-mode chipset is that it will allow both Verizon and AT&T to offer the iPad simultaneously.

But all of these moves are leading up to the iPhone 5 -- a completely redesigned handset -- which our sources say is on track for a summer launch. Right now, the device is being tested discreetly by senior staff at Apple (strictly on campus only). We don't have much info on the phone at this point, but our understanding is that the new device will be a total rethink from a design standpoint and will be running atop Apple's new A5 CPU (a Cortex A9-based, multi-core chip). This device, like the iPad 2, will feature a Qualcomm chipset that does triple duty as the CDMA / GSM / UMTS baseband processor -- from what we hear there's no LTE in the mix at this point.

One other interesting tidbit: Apple is at work on the second generation of its redesigned Apple TV, which will include that new A5 processor. The CPU is said to be blazingly fast, cranking out 1080p video "like running water." It's likely that the A5 will make it into the iPad 2 as well, but we have yet to confirm that.

So what does this all mean? Besides the surprise of an SD slot on the iPad, it all sounds fairly routine. It's the complete move away from Infineon to Qualcomm that's truly notable -- marking one of the biggest shifts in suppliers and technology since the advent of the original iPhone. We're working on getting more detail on all of these devices, and as soon as we do, you guys will be the first to know!

source : Engadged
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Apple App Store Approaching 10 Billion Downloads

Apple had recently launched it Mac App Store, which scored 1 million downloads within 24 hours of its launch. However, its bigbrother Apple App Store is all set to create its own record. The store is on the threshold of hitting 10 billion download mark. The company has already launched a countdown screen and has announced a prize for the 10 billionth download. Apparently, the company will give $10,000 to the person downloading 10 billionth app. Although, we can’t help to notice that Apple is getting stingier with its growing cash pile. The company had given away an iPod Touch, a MacBook Pro, a Time Capsule and a $10,000 iTunes gift card to a 13 year old who had downloaded its 1 billionth app.
Anyhow, I think $10,000 will do nicely too. For this purpose, you need to be 13 years old and you are allowed 25 entries per day. The countdown clock at the company website is moving pretty swiftly and lets see who hits the jackpot this time.

Source: SocialBarrel
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Blackberry Storm 3 Leaked

This week we have already seen two new BlackBerry smartphones leaked, the BlackBerry Dakota and the BlackBerry Curve 2, now it is the turn of the new BlackBerry Storm 3.
The guys over at the BGR have once again obtained some leaked images and specifications on the new BlackBerry Storm 3, and it looks like it will come with a 3.7 inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
BlackBerry Storm 3
Other features on the new BlackBerry Storm 3 include a 1.2GHz processor, a five megapixel camera with can record HD video in 720p, 8GB of built in storage and 512MB of RAM.
The BlackBerry Storm 3 will also come with a microSD card slot, a proximity sensor, accelerometer, magnetometer, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, WiFi, and can also be used as a 3G mobile hotspot.
There are no details as yet on pricing but it looks like it may launch some time in September of this year.

source [BGR]
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Jan 14, 2011

Download All Photos, Images Inside Facebook Albums Easily in Firefox

FacePAD (Facebook Photo Album Downloader) allows you to download entire Facebook albums with a click of a button. FacePAD, better known as the Facebook Photo Album Downloader will allow you to download your friends’ entire Facebook albums with a click of a button. FacePAD is also compatible with all languages that are compatible with Facebook.

facebook album downloader Download All Photos, Images Inside Facebook Albums Easily in Firefox
1) Make sure that THIRD PARTY COOKIES are ENABLED in Firefox’s Options/Preferences (under the Privacy tab).
(1) To download photos from a friend’s/fan page album, right-click (with your mouse) on the name/link of the Facebook album of interest and click the DOWNLOAD ALBUM WITH FACEPAD option.
(2) A window will pop-up asking you to choose a directory/folder where you would like the photos to be stored.
(3) The photos will then be downloaded and renamed in sequential, ascending order, where the order is determined by the age of the photo.
(1)To download photos from the group/event album, click on the photo tab in said group/event. At the top, where it says SEE ALL PHOTOS, right-click (with your mouse) on this link and click DOWNLOAD ALBUM WITH FACEPAD option.
(2) A window will pop-up asking you to choose a directory/folder where you would like the photos to be stored.
(3) The photos will then be downloaded and renamed in sequential, ascending order, where the order is determined by the age of the photo.
Links: Download FacePAD | FacePAD Video Tutorial
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Extract, Separate Audio from Video [Tricks and Free Software]

Here are the free softwares so that you can separate or extract audio from video:
1) VLC Player (Link)
  • Open up VLC
  • Click on Media Menu
  • Click on Convert/Save
  • Select the video file
  • Click on “Convert/Save”
  • Enter the destination folder with a filename containing extension “.mp3″
  • In convert window, click on “Edit Selected Profile” button
  • Under Encapsulation tab, select “WAV”
  • Under “Audio Codec tab”, choose a Bitrate, amount of channels, Sample Rate, and then click the Save button
  • Click on Start in convert window
  • Once it is finished, you’ll see the converted audio icon wink Extract, Separate Audio from Video [Tricks and Free Software]
Check howtogeek guide with screenshots
2) Free Audio Extractor (Link)
Free Audio Extractor allow you to extract/convert entire or parts of your FLV, MP4, AVI, WMV, ASF, MOV, MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC, WAV, MP2 files. Save to Mp3, Wma, Ogg, Flac… try it! it’s easy and it’s free!
Free Audio Extractor Extract, Separate Audio from Video [Tricks and Free Software]
3) Free Video to MP3 Converter (Link)
Free Video to MP3 Converter automatically fills the title tag and the artwork, taking a snapshot from the middle of video, which can be seen in iTunes, Winamp or just a Windows Explorer folder.
Free Video to MP3 Converter Extract, Separate Audio from Video [Tricks and Free Software]
4) AoA Audio Extractor (Link)
With AoA Audio Extractor, you can easily extract audio tracks from AVI, MPEG, MPG, FLV (Flash Video), DAT, WMV, MOV, MP4, 3GP video files and save them as MP3, WAV and AC3 formats.
It can also be used to save any portion of the audio of a video file.
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LEAKED: BlackBerry's Next Handset, The Dakota

It looks like the guys over at BGR have gotten their hands on leaked specs and pictures for BlackBerry's latest and greatest handset, the BlackBerry Dakota. Coming in right at the head of the pack, the Dakota will have the sexy stylings you have come to love about the Bold, HD video recording, NFC, 3G hotspot capabilities as well as a host of other features. The thing that makes the Dakota not just another Bold is the presence of the 2.8inch capacitive touch screen. The Dakota will also be running BlackBerry OS 6.1.

Of course there are no solid details at the moment and as with everything, until something solid from RIM comes out, we'll just take this with a pinch of salt.

(Source: BGR & Mashable)
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Unifi Expanding It's Coverage

Despite a number of issues that it might posses, it seems that TM still manages to keep their UniFi roll-out plan firmly on track. The service has now been expanded to 48 new areas including areas within Sentul, San Peng, Bintang and Taman Midah in the Federal Territory, together with Sg. Long, Keramat, Cheras, Petaling Jaya and Serdang in Selangor. In addition to those areas, the service is also now available at the industrial zone of Seberang Jaya in Penang.
“In conjunction with UniFi’s phased service expansion to more areas nationwide, TM is in the midst of a more aggressive go-to-market campaign to educate consumers and attract new subscribers. We have already passed the 30,000 service subscription mark recently and with the number of orders closed surging to an average of 2,500 per week towards the end of the year, it is a clear sign that more and more Malaysians are spending their time online and are hungry for more bandwidth.” - Datuk Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa, Group Chief Executive Officer, TM.

As it stands, they shouldn’t have any problem reaching their target of 1.3 million premises by the end of 2012 which is also going to mark the end of the first phase of their High Speed Broadband project. While I applaud their achievement in keeping their schedule intact, I hope they don’t forget the fact that they need to improve the service from time to time as well. Not to say that their services are not up to par – I love my Unifi connection both at home and our office – but I really hope that Unifi’s level of service will not go down the drain when the amount of customers increases.
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BlackBerry Releases PlayBook Demo Video. Drooling Ensues.

The landscape for tablets over the past year has been to the tune of iPad this, Galaxy Tab that, with a sprinkle of Xoom and Honeycomb thrown into the mix. However, the boys over at RIM have a very impressive card up their sleeve in the form of the BlackBerry Playbook. We've all seen the pictures and have one friend who is absolutely pining for the release this year (in my case, more than one), but for now BlackBerry have released a walkthrough video which will blow your Apple & Android socks off.

According to the video, the BlackBerry Playbook will be getting some Dual-Core loving allowing it to have true multitasking compared to its competitors. Word on the street is that it can display full HD footage shot by a RED camera while running a demo of Quake 3 at the same time. Also, it looks like the PlayBook will be getting full webpages including inline flash support. The interface looks yummy and I really hope they fixed the supposed battery life problems because doing all of the above would drain a battery faster than a colander full of water.

(Source: Mashable)
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Jan 10, 2011

Turn your free-version-of-antivirus into Paid one with AVG Keygen

Just wanna share some of my stuff for everyone. This is AVG keygen and works for all type of your AVG stuff.
i recommending u guys to download AVG Internet Security 2011 (latest) and use this keygen. Expired day will be 2018.

AVG keygen

Happy Downloading~
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Jan 9, 2011

Crack your Window 7 Ultimate

For those who want to crack your window 7 ultimate, here is the solution for you guys.
Im not encouraging you to support pirate things, if possible buy the original one. :)

Simply run this CW.eXe and then it'll do automatically. Just let your pc reboot and tadaaa~
Your Window 7 now ACTIVATED.

Happy Cracking~
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Jan 8, 2011

Internet Download Manager (IDM) 5.18

This kinda lame software, but totally a greatest stuff i guess for those who love to download anything in the website. Similar to the Free Internet Manager and Download Accelerometer, this software just like a-must-have
for everyone. So here, im giving u download link.

Download IDM 5.18 + patch

u need to Patch it into folder local c => program files => internet download manager (in this folder).
Now you have full version of idm. This patch also work for IDM 5.19. just download idm 5.19 first then do the same thing.

Happy Download~
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iPad 2 Approaching You Next Month

Well, this just some kinda rumor i noticed from other website. As predicted, this Ipad 2 will
be launched by Valentines Day. From internal source, Wall Street Journal, iPad 2 more slim, integrated with
wide stereo speaker, having front and back camera, new iOS and also USB port.

So, for those who wanted to buy Ipad 1st version, think twice. Maybe u'll regret for this incoming stuff. ;)
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Hack your PSP firmware 6.31

Its quite a relief having my Psp Go hacked by myself and now i can play any games.
Just Google game that you want and download it.

What you'll need just this thing


download this to your pc and simply extract it.
next step just Google how to hack psp 6.3 as im just make your life easier by
giving stuff that you need in single download.

Happy Hacking~

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