How To Test Your Computers Security – I thought I’d put together a few ways of testing your systems security setup. These are not virus or malware scanners but various ways of testing your current security software.
Hacking Your Computer – Physical Access is Total Access.
Lifehacker: – Five Best Content Filtering Tools – Whether you want to keep your kids eyes away from inappropriate content or your employees from wasting time online, you’ll find a variety of great tools available for filtering internet access.
Does Google Know Too Much About You? – Do you trust Google? For some, Google is a wonderful company with a broad selection of useful online tools that make life easier, but for others Google is a looming, unregulated monster just waiting for the moment to drop the ‘don’t’ from the company’s unofficial motto, “Don’t be evil.”
Solve Start-up Error Messages – Tired of that weird pop-up that appears every time you start Windows? Here’s one way to troubleshoot it.
The Cook’s Thesaurus is a cooking encyclopedia that covers thousands of ingredients and kitchen tools. Entries include pictures, descriptions, synonyms, pronunciations, and suggested substitutions.
Swearing can reduce the feeling of pain – It might be socially unacceptable, but an outburst of swearing after a DIY mishap or stubbing a toe can actually do some good.
How to Win Friends and Influence People – Excerpts from Dale Carnegie’s inspiring Book.
Ten Rules for Being Human by Cherie Carter-Scott
Today’s Free Downloads:
85+ tools to manage projects – Events are indeed projects or at least they should be managed as such. Here is yet another free list that will help you to be more productive.
Open Source God – 480+ Open Source Applications.
Handbrake – Handbrake is a DVD ripping application, allowing you to convert a DVD to a video file.
Inkscape – Inkscape is an open-source vector graphics editor similar to Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw.
Svchost Process Analyzer – Svchost.exe is the most mysterious process in Windows XP/Vista. Svchost.exe is a generic host process name for services that run from dynamic-link libraries (DLLs). The authentic svchost.exe file is located in C:\Windows\System32, but numerous viruses and trojans use the same file and process name to hide their activities. The free Svchost Process Analyzer lists all svchost instances and checks the services they contain. This makes it easy to uncover Svchost worms like the infamous Conficker worm.
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