Friday, September 23, 2016

Alert! Ransom Virus is Spreading

It is found that the Ransom Computer Virus/Worm is Spreading in the wild affecting many computers and systems hooked to the internet. This infection seems to steal critical data and files from computers and destroys the files on the system. Later the victims are asked to pay a heavy ransom to get the data back!

System admins has to take sufficient measures to keep this virus infecting their machines.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Google is distributing sweets on its 15th birthday!-with a playable pinata game doodle

Google is celebrating its 15th birthday with a playable piñata (piñata) game doodle. You can play the game and get sweets as your score….I have got 67!


Happy Birthday Google!

Thursday, October 13, 2011

HaCkEd BY Z7FaaN H4Ck3R - " The BeasTs Of HeLL "

Following message was found on a website seemingly hacked by one hacker who identify himself(herself?!) as '± Z7FaaN H4Ck3R ±'.

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± Z7FaaN H4Ck3R ±

"!!!!!!! !!!!!!! !!!!!!! !!!!!!! "

  

" The BeasTs Of HeLL "

 

Gz7@hotmail.it ± z@Z7FaaN.com ± G96@hotmail.fr

FIX it up.

HACKING 2010-2011

 

± Z7FaaN H4Ck3R ±

"!!!!!!! !!!!!!! !!!!!!! !!!!!!! "

 

 

" The BeasTs Of HeLL "  

 

Gz7@hotmail.it ± z@Z7FaaN.com ± G96@hotmail.fr

FIX it up.

HACKING 2010-2011

 

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Friday, September 02, 2011

Future Technology: Mobile phone communication without towers!

Dr. Paul Gardner-Stephen from the Adelaide's Flinders University is developing a mobile phone (a.k.a. cell phone) communications system that can work without any mobile tower to communicate between mobile phones in close range. This technology, named as 'The Serval Project' was inspired by the Haiti earthquake in 2010, which disrupted all the mobile networks due to failure of mobile towers. This makes the rescue and relief operations extremely difficult in such disaster hit areas. Dr. Gardner-Stephen has got a 400,000 dollar fellowship from the Shuttleworth Foundation to develop this technology to the product stage.

This technology allows mobile phones to freely communicate with each other to create a virtual network where no network cover exists. This would also enable to establish limited mobile communication network in remote areas where coverage of a mobile service provider is not available. Special software being developed based on this technology would soon be released free for the public. So we can hope that soon we will be able to call other phones in the range for free where there is no mobile network exists.

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