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Wed
27
Jun
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'Web Monitor', and 'Code Lobster Php Edition'

Web Monitor Web Monitor controls all outgoing HTTP requests from your computer and blocks unwanted Internet resources and redirects. Web Monitor protects your privacy and saves your Internet bandwidth. http://www.ixag.com/ Code Lobster Php Edition ... Everything necessary for developing on PHP. It's free, includes all standard means of working with code, advanced Find & Replace, code highlighting, autocomplete and Class View window based on its own PHP and HTML(XML) code parser. http://www.codelobster.com/ (view more)

Tue
05
Jun
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'Opera Usb', and 'Code View'

Opera Usb Opera USB is a portable version of Opera web browser you can carry on a memory stick. Use all Opera features mobile: no problem! There are no unwanted effects on Internet Explorer or other browsers. Existing opera versions are also not ... affected, and it makes no entries to the registry, nor does it leave data on the guest computer. http://www.opera-usb.com/operausben.htm Code View Mihov CodeView is a fast and easy-to-use program for quick browsing through text files, source code and initialization files. It is possible to copy and paste from clipboard, search for strings and print. ... (view more)

Thu
17
May
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Microsoft's Latest Fiasco: Reader Response

Sound Off! Yesterday, we asked Infopackets Subscribers what they thought of Microsoft's latest fiasco : the claim that various Free Open Source Software (FOSS) developers have violated some 235 Microsoft patents -- and now Microsoft wants to collect ... royalties. So, is Free Open Source Software really doomed -- or is Microsoft simply grabbing straws in hopes of resurrecting lost Vista sales? Infopackets Reader C. Williams was the first to chime in: " Okay, I'll admit it. I've been using a PC since late 2001, and during that time, I have used Windows exclusively. However, my experiences with ... (view more)

Mon
10
Apr
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Microsoft's $521 Million Dollar Patch

In 2003, a federal court ruled that Microsoft must pay $521 million to a Chicago-based Eolas Technologies company and the University of California. (Source: cnet.com ) Eolas sued Microsoft on the basis that the software giant infringed upon its ... patent that allows web browsers to embed and execute interactive programs -- what we know today as "ActiveX Technology" for Internet Explorer. Now almost three years later, the Eolas vs. Microsoft fiasco is finally coming to a close. According to Internet News , on Tuesday, April 11th, Microsoft will be releasing a patch related to the lawsuit that ... (view more)

Tue
10
Jan
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Rootkit

A rootkit is a set of software tools frequently used by a third party (usually an intruder) after gaining access to a computer system. These tools are intended to conceal running processes, files or system data, which helps an intruder maintain ... access to a system without the user's knowledge. Rootkits are known to exist for a variety of operating systems such as Linux, Solaris and versions of Microsoft Windows. A computer with a rootkit on it is called a rooted computer. Functions of a rootkit A rootkit typically hides logins, processes, files, and logs and may include software to intercept ... (view more)

Tue
08
Nov
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First Programming Tools, Part 1

It occurs to me that there are a lot of folks that, like me, enjoy using the computer. It becomes more than a fancy typewriter or a games machine or even a jukebox for playing music. We start thinking about how much we would like to make the ... computer do what we want. We want to 'program' the machine! Strangely enough, it doesn't take years of education at the college level to do that. There are tutorials and free software available that we can collect and use to become the magician. Not to mention the thousands of books that are sold in bookstores that cover the subject. So, exactly what ... (view more)

Thu
30
Sep
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Windows Security Exploit: Jpeg of Death

Yesterday, I came across a very interesting article posted by p2pnet.net which details a recent exploit in MS Windows, called "jpeg of death.c v.05". In summary: on September 17th, 2004, a proof-of-concept exploit was discovered that could ... potentially execute malicious code on the victim's computer when viewing a JPG file image file using Internet Explorer; at the time, however, the exploit only crashed Internet Explorer. On September 24th, a new variant of the exploit appeared, responsible for running potentially malicious code if an infected .jpeg file was downloaded from the ... (view more)

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