Friday, 30 November 2012

8 Tips For Securing Your WordPress Website From Hackers


Sophocles is said to have stated – Always desire to learn something useful. That is what this article intends to offer; useful information for your use with your WordPress blog or website.

As most of you know WordPress is very popular due to its ease of use and its versatile approach to the individual’s needs. With its vast library of plugins users can seamlessly manage their website without the added expense of a webmaster.
Thesis WP themes allow that seamless creative time that you spend when setting up your site. But users beware! As great as this software is for the majority of people who are not techies, WordPress offers a wide open opportunity for hackers.
Even though Thesis WP themes are great software products, it is an absolute necessity that you spend the little extra time that it requires to secure your blog or website against invasion by the cyber scum that inhabits our planet!

1. Armor plate your Admin folder.

This may be a bit technical for some of you but bear with me as you need this information. Add a file called .htaccess file to the admin folder to block all IP addresses except the ones you use. Place this .htaccess file in the “WP-Admin” folder of your Thesis WP themes blog.

2. Pick a Private Password.

As obvious as this is (or should be) password selection will make or break your privacy on your site or blog. Think outside the norm (birthdays, anniversaries and such are the norm) use a combination of capital letters, small letters, punctuation and numbers to ensure that what you create is unique.

3. Remove your Default Admin User.

Thesis WP themes installations come with an admin user as a default.  And because they know this the cyber scum go there first. I suggest that you delete this user after you create a new user that has admin rights but does not read admin. After you create this user log out and then log in under that name. Once in delete the original admin and you are one step further away from being hacked!

4. Backup your Database.

Thesis WP themes are some of the most secure products available in WordPress. As secure as they are it remains that you never know when an attack will occur that is far beyond the security level of that version. Hackers are infamous for succeeding when and where they want – and all we can do after the fact is regroup, re-install and move on. The problem that exists for many folks is in the absence of a backup of your data. If you do not get in the habit of backing up your work frequently (daily in my book) then you are leaving yourself set up for disaster! When the hackers find you (and they surely will) if you have not taken the precaution of backing up your work it will be gone forever! So take a hint, hear the call, whatever it takes but get in the groove of backing up your data ritually. Daily is what I recommend. But it’s your data – do as you see fit!

5. Update to the Latest WordPress Version.

If you are not aware of the fact that hackers seek out the weak and vulnerable please become aware within this article! The weak and vulnerable are defined as those that do not upgrade their plugins as often as WordPress provides the upgrade! Just remember that hackers KNOW the old version and if that is what you are using then you can expect them to be living on your site! Upgrade frequently – just say NO to hackers! If you are installing a new version of Thesis WP themes be sure to get the latest version available. I suggest that you get it from the official WordPress site and follow my other suggestions on keeping it updated.

6. Update your Plugins.

I strongly suggest that you use only plugins that have the approval of the WordPress folks. They will have tested these plugins prior to adding them to their official WordPress library. I am not suggesting that third-party plugins are bad; I am suggesting that if you decide to use one do the extra bit of investigation and make sure that you can trust the source. Thesis WP themes will work with virtually any plugin that you find. Consider backing up your data before you install any new plugin – just in case!

7. Update your Themes.

Update your Thesis WP theme as soon as an update is available. Use the WP Theme Scanner. If there is an issue the scanner will let you know.

8. Install ONLY WordPress Security Plugins.

When it comes to using plugins for your WordPress site, it might be advisable to thoroughly check out the third-party vendor that you are getting your plugin from so that you have a solid trust of the product. This is not a slur on third-party vendors – most of them create excellent product – but on the other hand WordPress folks test each plugin prior to offering them on their site which is intended to give the end-user that warm fuzzy feeling.
As you probably are now aware, site security is a daunting thing. But remember this, for the few minutes it takes to install a plugin you will reap many times more hours of peace and tranquility without having to worry about attacks! And remember what William James once suggested to take action as though what you do makes a difference, because it does.

How to Secure Wordpress Website from Hackers

Sophocles is said to have stated – Always desire to learn something useful. That is what this article intends to offer; useful information for your use with your WordPress blog or website.

As most of you know WordPress is very popular due to its ease of use and its versatile approach to the individual’s needs. With its vast library of plugins users can seamlessly manage their website without the added expense of a webmaster.
Thesis WP themes allow that seamless creative time that you spend when setting up your site. But users beware! As great as this software is for the majority of people who are not techies, WordPress offers a wide open opportunity for hackers.
Even though Thesis WP themes are great software products, it is an absolute necessity that you spend the little extra time that it requires to secure your blog or website against invasion by the cyber scum that inhabits our planet!

1. Armor plate your Admin folder.

This may be a bit technical for some of you but bear with me as you need this information. Add a file called .htaccess file to the admin folder to block all IP addresses except the ones you use. Place this .htaccess file in the “WP-Admin” folder of your Thesis WP themes blog.

2. Pick a Private Password.

As obvious as this is (or should be) password selection will make or break your privacy on your site or blog. Think outside the norm (birthdays, anniversaries and such are the norm) use a combination of capital letters, small letters, punctuation and numbers to ensure that what you create is unique.

3. Remove your Default Admin User.

Thesis WP themes installations come with an admin user as a default.  And because they know this the cyber scum go there first. I suggest that you delete this user after you create a new user that has admin rights but does not read admin. After you create this user log out and then log in under that name. Once in delete the original admin and you are one step further away from being hacked!

4. Backup your Database.

Thesis WP themes are some of the most secure products available in WordPress. As secure as they are it remains that you never know when an attack will occur that is far beyond the security level of that version. Hackers are infamous for succeeding when and where they want – and all we can do after the fact is regroup, re-install and move on. The problem that exists for many folks is in the absence of a backup of your data. If you do not get in the habit of backing up your work frequently (daily in my book) then you are leaving yourself set up for disaster! When the hackers find you (and they surely will) if you have not taken the precaution of backing up your work it will be gone forever! So take a hint, hear the call, whatever it takes but get in the groove of backing up your data ritually. Daily is what I recommend. But it’s your data – do as you see fit!

5. Update to the Latest WordPress Version.

If you are not aware of the fact that hackers seek out the weak and vulnerable please become aware within this article! The weak and vulnerable are defined as those that do not upgrade their plugins as often as WordPress provides the upgrade! Just remember that hackers KNOW the old version and if that is what you are using then you can expect them to be living on your site! Upgrade frequently – just say NO to hackers! If you are installing a new version of Thesis WP themes be sure to get the latest version available. I suggest that you get it from the official WordPress site and follow my other suggestions on keeping it updated.

6. Update your Plugins.

I strongly suggest that you use only plugins that have the approval of the WordPress folks. They will have tested these plugins prior to adding them to their official WordPress library. I am not suggesting that third-party plugins are bad; I am suggesting that if you decide to use one do the extra bit of investigation and make sure that you can trust the source. Thesis WP themes will work with virtually any plugin that you find. Consider backing up your data before you install any new plugin – just in case!

7. Update your Themes.

Update your Thesis WP theme as soon as an update is available. Use the WP Theme Scanner. If there is an issue the scanner will let you know.

8. Install ONLY WordPress Security Plugins.

When it comes to using plugins for your WordPress site, it might be advisable to thoroughly check out the third-party vendor that you are getting your plugin from so that you have a solid trust of the product. This is not a slur on third-party vendors – most of them create excellent product – but on the other hand WordPress folks test each plugin prior to offering them on their site which is intended to give the end-user that warm fuzzy feeling.
As you probably are now aware, site security is a daunting thing. But remember this, for the few minutes it takes to install a plugin you will reap many times more hours of peace and tranquility without having to worry about attacks! And remember what William James once suggested to take action as though what you do makes a difference, because it does.

Monday, 26 November 2012

Khol Ankh, Zameen Dekh, Falak Dekh, Fiza Dekh

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Geo Super & Geo Asool Sites hacked By Pakistani Hackers

Saturday, 24 November 2012

Google.com.pk Pakistani Google Home Page hack by Turkish Hackers

Early Saturday morning, attempts to access search engine Google led to a page which appeared and behaved in a manner quite unlike the familiar logo and search bar one is used to. Google had been hacked and defaced.

The defaced webpage appeared only on the Pakistan sub-site for the search engine,www.Google.com.pk. Those who access Google from within Pakistan are usually redirected to this portal. Though soon, the redirect stopped working and one was taken to the international page Google.com for search queries.
Hackers swapped the Google logo and a search bar with an image of two penguins walking on a bridge. A message in Turkish read (translated through Google translate):
“Eboz of a friend always there for me My homies have not shot by me with every breath”
It further added the line “Downed Pakistan” to confirm the webpage had been taken down.
At the bottom of the page, the hackers added a big question mark followed by the tag line that when translated read:
“Hello friends who are still alive, not dead!”

Friday, 23 November 2012

Turkish hackers deface Google Pakistan's webpage


Early Saturday morning, attempts to access search engine Google led to a page which appeared and behaved in a manner quite unlike the familiar logo and search bar one is used to. Google had been hacked and defaced.

The defaced webpage appeared only on the Pakistan sub-site for the search engine,www.Google.com.pk. Those who access Google from within Pakistan are usually redirected to this portal. Though soon, the redirect stopped working and one was taken to the international page Google.com for search queries.
Hackers swapped the Google logo and a search bar with an image of two penguins walking on a bridge. A message in Turkish read (translated through Google translate):
“Eboz of a friend always there for me My homies have not shot by me with every breath”
It further added the line “Downed Pakistan” to confirm the webpage had been taken down.
At the bottom of the page, the hackers added a big question mark followed by the tag line that when translated read:
“Hello friends who are still alive, not dead!”

Android tablets unleashed by Panasonic


Toughpad- the family of professional-grade Android-powered tablets has been unveiled by Panasonic.
These 10” and 7” devices are aimed for mission-critical and intense mobile workers.

“Panasonic has been a leading force in the government and enterprise mobile computing space—including tablet, convertible tablet, and handheld devices—for over fifteen years,” said Rance M. Poehler, President, Panasonic Solutions Company. “For many manufacturers this is new territory, but it’s currently one of Panasonic’s growing product categories. Because of this, we have the unique ability to apply our market knowledge, intellectual property, engineering and R&D resources to deliver an Android-powered tablet that is radically different from the largely consumer-based devices on the market today. The Toughpad tablets are developed from the inside out to address the needs of the business users. As a result, our customers will get the most rugged, reliable and enterprise-appropriate tablets in the world – helping to drive efficiency and productivity in ways that were never possible. The Toughpad tablets will be backed by our world class service and support infrastructure, including our U.S. dedicated hot-line support, 2 day or less service turn-time, and our customer facing field engineering staff.”
These devices will be supported by an eco-system that consists of an enterprise focused app store, peripherals, developer tools and deployment support.
Panasonic has come up with a purpose-built line of Android-powered tablets, designed with enhanced security, long product life, and advanced device management in mind. The Panasonic Toughpad family will allow government and commercial enterprises, as well as SMBs, to substantiate the real power of tablet computing.
Both of these devices are scheduled to be launched in 2012.

Top 10 Free Software To Install On Your New Windows PC


A new Windows computer needs good software if the user wants to make the most out of his machine. Windows 7 does come bundled with useful tools, but that isn’t enough. The millions of consumer software vendors around the world would have gone out of business if that were the case.
This post will talk about top 10 free software that one must install on his new Windows computer. I’ve tried to limit the article to only those tools which, in my opinion, should be the first 10 tools one should install and use on a new PC. If you have other opinions and suggestions for tools, which I am sure a lot of you would, I urge you to share them in the comments so that all our readers can take a look at them.
So, lets begin with the list.

1. EASEUS Partition Master

EASEUS partition manager is a nifty tool to create and manage disk partitions on Windows systems. Even if you created partitions during the setup process, and know how to use the disk management console to create partitions, I’d recommend you download and keep this tool. That’s because it offers some amazing features like resize, merge or split partitions, convert FAT to NTFS, convert primary partition to logical and vice versa, and much more.
The personal edition of the tool is free. It has professional and business editions too.

2. PC Decrapifier

Most of the branded laptops and desktops come bloated with proprietary (and useless) software which you should get rid of if you want your computer to function properly in the long run. Hence the old and trusted PC Decrapifier becomes a must-install software for new Windows computer owners to weed out junk software and make space for better stuff. Here’s our guide on cleaning up a new PC with PC Decrapifier.

3. Macrium Reflect or Windows Backup and Restore

We have previously talked about the importance of creating a system image and how to create it using the built-in Windows backup and restore center (you should also create a system repair disk. Now, this might not be available in all editions of Windows so I’d suggest a worthy, and more powerful alternative called Macrium Reflect. Use it to create an initial system image, and for other such tasks as you start using the computer.




4. Ninite

Ninite will cover the “how to install” part when installing new stuff on your PC. This all-in-one installer lets you pick software and install them at one go. And the choices of course are very diverse. 

5. Revo Uninstaller

Revo Uninstaller remains my tool of choice to clean uninstall applications and programs from my Windows PC. It’s far better than the default Add/Remove programs tool. A must-have software for sure.

6. CCleaner 

You didn’t think I’d give a miss to CCleaner in this list, did you? I am yet to find a better tool to perform a routine PC maintenance and get rid of temporary files and data. The tool is as amazing as it ever was. In fact, better, as it continues to be regularly updated. 

7. Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft Security Essentials might go down in history as one of the best free software released by this tech giant. This tool has given a number of antivirus vendors, especially those who provide full-fledged free versions, a run for their money. It can protect your PC from viruses, spyware and malware.

8. Dropbox or Syncback SE

The thing about data backup is that people tend to procrastinate on it, which ultimately ends up in a crisis situation when they have lost important data, and had no backup whatsoever. Hence an online backup tool like Dropbox, and an offline sync and backup tool like Syncback SE is included in this list of immediate installations for a new PC. Get either, or both of them. I use both – Dropbox for online backup and Syncback to keep my data synchronized with an external hard drive.

9. Recuva

Recuva is an excellent (and free) software to recover deleted files. But why do we need it now? That’s because there’s a lot of deleting and uninstalling happening with CCleaner, Revo Uninstaller, PC Decrapifier and all. If you suddenly delete something that you shouldn’t, and then want to recover it, you would have this tool to fall back on. 

10. VLC and Chrome / Firefox

Lastly, but by no means the leastly (or least, whatever), we have our usual suspects – VLC media player and Chrome and / or Firefox, which I am clubbing together in the same point. Oh, and you don’t need to install these separately because Ninite will take care of that. Just make sure that you tick their names in Ninite before you start off with the installation. 






Cristiano Ronaldo donated his Golden Boot worth €1.5 million


Cristiano Ronaldo has donated his Golden Boot worth €1.5 million to a cause of supporting Palestine children.
The Portuguese forward and one of the worlds best players has raised the money from the sale of his Golden Boot trough his club’s charity foundation which will dedicate the funds to schools in Gaza following an auction.

The Arabic site of the club’s network has revealed this information.
The money of selling the Golden Booth which Cristiano Ronaldo has earned in 2011 and gave away will be dedicated for the funds to 



chools in Gaza.
Rumour or not,we will know soon much more,but still,this is not the first time that Cristiano Ronaldo donating the Palestine Chlidren.
According to various reports, Foundation of Real Madrid until now has helped to build 167 schools in 66 countries.
Last year on November 20th of 2011 at auction of Real Madrid Foundation which was dedicated to raise funds to schools in Gaza,Ronaldo has sold the most of his sports shoes.

How to protect Computer from USB Viruses - 5 Tips


With increasing anti-virus security in place against email-aware viruses and malware, hackers are turning their attention to less well-defended routes such as USB drives. This is the latest method that’s used by hackers to torment innocent users. However, there are ways you can protect your computer from USB and Pen drive viruses.

1.BLOCK USB VIRUSES


Invest in an excellent anti-virus program that has built in USB virus scan and remover. These anti-USB virus scan programs not only protect your computer from USB Autorun viruses but can also clean worms, Trojans and viruses in your USB memory sticks.You can try anti-virus programs for USB virus such as USB Virus Scan, USB Drive Antivirus and so on.

2.Disable Your Computer’s Autorun Feature

When you plug in a USB drive stick into your system, the Autorun feature initiates automatically. If your USB contains any virus programs, it’ll use the Autorun feature to infect your computer. To protect your computer, disable the Autorun feature.You can disable the Autorun feature via the Control Panel.
Alternatively, you can use antivirus software to disable and enable the Autorun feature whenever you want. Additionally, these USB blocking softwares allow system administrators to specify which removable storage drives users can access.


3.UPDATE YOUR DEVICE DRIVER


Keeping your USB device driver updated is a good way to ensure greater stability for your USB drives. While this won’t help eradicate USB viruses, USB device drivers are constantly updated to block viruses and deliver timely warnings. You can update your USB device drive from your Windows Computer Management feature in the Control Panel.

4.USE USB FIREWALL SOFTWARE


USB firewalls prevent Windows OS from processing malicious programs when a virus infected portable USB device is opened. USB firewalls monitor only your USB devices, and not your CD and DVD drives. By using USB firewalls, you’ll be enabling a basic level of protection from the autorun.inf viruses that spread from portable USB devices.

5.ALWAYS SAFELY REMOVE USB DEVICES


Viruses are sometimes created via damaged documents. If you are transferring a set of files to your USB drive, make sure the transfer is complete before you eject the device. Always use the Safely Remove Hardware feature of Windows OS. This is because partially transferred or damaged files can in turn corrupt other files on your USB drive.

Top 5 Secret Tips To protect Your Computer From USB Viruses

With increasing anti-virus security in place against email-aware viruses and malware, hackers are turning their attention to less well-defended routes such as USB drives. This is the latest method that’s used by hackers to torment innocent users. However, there are ways you can protect your computer from USB and Pen drive viruses.

1.BLOCK USB VIRUSES


Invest in an excellent anti-virus program that has built in USB virus scan and remover. These anti-USB virus scan programs not only protect your computer from USB Autorun viruses but can also clean worms, Trojans and viruses in your USB memory sticks.You can try anti-virus programs for USB virus such as USB Virus Scan, USB Drive Antivirus and so on.

2.Disable Your Computer’s Autorun Feature

When you plug in a USB drive stick into your system, the Autorun feature initiates automatically. If your USB contains any virus programs, it’ll use the Autorun feature to infect your computer. To protect your computer, disable the Autorun feature.You can disable the Autorun feature via the Control Panel.
Alternatively, you can use antivirus software to disable and enable the Autorun feature whenever you want. Additionally, these USB blocking softwares allow system administrators to specify which removable storage drives users can access.


3.UPDATE YOUR DEVICE DRIVER


Keeping your USB device driver updated is a good way to ensure greater stability for your USB drives. While this won’t help eradicate USB viruses, USB device drivers are constantly updated to block viruses and deliver timely warnings. You can update your USB device drive from your Windows Computer Management feature in the Control Panel.

4.USE USB FIREWALL SOFTWARE


USB firewalls prevent Windows OS from processing malicious programs when a virus infected portable USB device is opened. USB firewalls monitor only your USB devices, and not your CD and DVD drives. By using USB firewalls, you’ll be enabling a basic level of protection from the autorun.inf viruses that spread from portable USB devices.

5.ALWAYS SAFELY REMOVE USB DEVICES


Viruses are sometimes created via damaged documents. If you are transferring a set of files to your USB drive, make sure the transfer is complete before you eject the device. Always use the Safely Remove Hardware feature of Windows OS. This is because partially transferred or damaged files can in turn corrupt other files on your USB drive.

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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

How to Remove Exams Stress

Have you ever seen a stress-free college student? I haven’t, unless you count the freshmen who mess up the first half of the semester, say “screw it” to the rest and never attend class again. But that’s not what I’m talking about here.

Stress is a huge part of the college experience, and it’s something we all have to deal with in life. We don’t, however, have to let it get the best of us.

This may come as a shock, but stress DOES NOT have to take over your life, no matter how many finals you have. You can still do well on your tests without wanting to die for an entire week.

I know this is a fashion site, but it’s also a site about college life, and finals are a huge part of that. Here are my top tips for keeping stress at a minimum during your hectic final exams week that is probably happening right now or very soon at your school.

Just for the record, these tips actually work, and the list doesn’t include any cliche’ crap that doesn’t, like “deep breathing exercises”.


1. Avoid stressful people.

Stress actually is contagious. During exam week, resist the urge to have a study session with your super-tense friend, especially if she’s complaining about all the work she has to do and breaking pencils all over the place. Her stress will only add to your stress.

2. Eat healthy and exercise.

This seems like a no-brainer, but it’s a wonder how many people forget it. Skip the sugar, which will make you crash, and go for snacks like granola bars, healthy cereal or fruits and veggies to keep your blood sugar stable. If you’re studying for a long period of time, eat some protein too. Also, try to get some form of exercise. Even a 10 minute walk will leave you calmer and more focused.

3. Just say NO.

I don’t mean to drugs, although I’m not recommending them or anything. What you need to say no to are the people who want to take up your time. There will probably be a friend who needs to talk to you for hours about her life, or a keg party the night before your final, and if you say yes, you’ll probably be tempted to blow off studying. Resist the urge. Say no to the distractions and be selfish for a day. You want a good GPA, right?

4. Force yourself to take breaks.

For every hour or so that you work, take a 10 or 15 minute break. Let yourself do whatever you want (check Facebook, check out that guy sitting nearby, stare off into space, call a friend, etc.) for those 10-15 mins, then start working again. This gives your brain a little rest and will help keep you more focused when you are actually doing work.

5. Visualize it all going right.

This is actually my favorite tip of all, even though it sounds kind of nuts. Imagine yourself taking the test and feeling confident that you know all the information. Picture getting all of the answers right, and focus on how relaxed you feel. Then picture the A on your test paper. When you imagine a happy ending, that’s often what happens, because you make the decisions that lead to it without even realizing.

6. If you’ve studied all you can, get up your confidence!

When test-time rolls around, it’s time to get yourself into confidence mode. You’ve prepared as much as you could, and now it’s time to ace the test. The tip here is to do whatever works to convince yourself you are going to do really well. Again, I know this tip sounds a little crazy but you just have to try it for yourself. I think you’ll like the results.

Saturday, 17 November 2012

How to Block website in all Browsers (Windows XP)

In this resource I will tell you a simple method to block a website .This method works in all the browsers including Mozilla and Internet Explorer

1. Click Start

2. Then click All Programs

3 .Then click Accessories

4. Then click Command Prompt. This will open a DOS command window.

5. Then type: notepad C:/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/hosts

6. Then search for the line 127.0.0.1 localhost

7. To block the website yahho.com for example, add this text under 127.0.0.1 localhost:

127.0.0.1 yahoo.com
127.0.0.1 www.yahoo.com

You can add as many sitesas you want, but do not forget to prefix it with "127.0.0.1".

6. Save the file

Yahoo will get blocked in all web browsers.
 

Thursday, 15 November 2012

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Friday, 2 November 2012

The Long And Short Of 3D Printing

3d printing is a marvel. It is a concept like no other. Students the world over have discovered it in a big way and what they have achieved is nothing short of a wonder. The best part is that just like any large scale organization manufactures things in huge quantities and keeps the prices in check, 3d printing allows you to do the whole thing on your own and make whatever in the world you care to conceptualize while keeping the cost at a minimum. All you need is your imagination. There are things that have been going on for ages and innovation becomes a key. 3d printing, however, is a whole different ball game.

Innovation is where it begins and it is all about innovation. There is hardly a relative field left where the modern world is not being benefited from 3d printing. Students doing research in the medical stream have done a lot. Prosthetic were there to begin with but it would take an entire career span for someone to be an expert at guessing and remodeling an implant. Things are a lot different now. A very common yet crucial example is that of any ball and socket in the human body which have been made with remarkable success and an affordable price at the same time.

What a person gets to look at on a piece of paper differs enormously from reality. Nothing comes so close to reality as does 3d. Maps, for instance, were always a different proposition. The geniuses amongst us would somehow decipher looking at the plain, oddly colored piece of paper as to what regions depicted mountains and which ones screamed desert. It was odd for the best of us. And today, you can look at the map of the world and tell what lies where. It’s a revolutionary technology.

Experts are churning out every possible thing in 3d. So much so that even construction is being made impeccable using the technology. Whatever 3d may or may not do but the one thing that it does ensure is perfection. You would know beforehand what you shall be getting. Another sphere where 3d printing has enthralled all those it has touched remains education. The kind of things that have happened there and those that remain to be seen warrant much more thought and research than this space allows. All in all, with 3d printing, it is a new day every day.  


About the Author: Kathryn is the author for Chrisalex Corp. She also writes for discounts.ca, a website that sells coupons at a discounted price.