December 2, 2008 Leave a comment
If you want to turn off all system with BEEPS sounds,to follow the given steps,
3.edit the BEEP key and give it value “NO” ,the given process is over the PC will be turn off with BEEP sounds.


November 30, 2008 Leave a comment

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November 29, 2008 Leave a comment


Microsoft’s ‘Vista Capable’ changes outraged HP:
*WDDM (Windows Display Driver Model) was listed as a requirement of Vista, but a last stage decision mandated a downgrade of the program’s requirements to include Intel’s outdated 910 and 915 graphics chipsets*.
*The decision of course pleased Intel as it saved them billions of dollars in potential lost revenue – the non compliant Intel i915 chipset was being deployed in a huge number of laptops back then – and a shift of business to AMD and Nvidia. On the other hand, HP was enraged given the significant investments it had made to upgrade to newer PC graphics technology based upon Microsoft’s initially more demanding specs*.
*minimum chipset specifications for a PC to carry the ‘Vista Capable’ label in order to help Intel. Microsoft’s Jim Allchin, in charge of Vista’s development and delivery was also left outraged*.


November 29, 2008 Leave a comment

amd2AMD to cut 500 more jobs:
*AMD has announce plans to cut 500 jobs as part of its ongoing*.

*Announcement in april to layoff around 1,600 staffers*.

*AMD has been trimming the fat lately, and is currently in the process of splitting into two businesses one that focuses on microprocessor design and another that will manufacture them. The company now has some 15,000 employees and plans to have the majority of them handling processor designs, while roughly 3,000 will head to newly-formed The Foundry Company early next year*.

*In this coming week AMD release  new 45nm server and desktop processer,codedname is “shanghai”*.

“Are You a Hacker ? ” – Article Writing Contest

November 26, 2008 Leave a comment and its TEAM Members going to Conduct an Article Writing Contest with the title “Are You a Hacker ? “

Are you a HACKER ?

An Article writing contest is going to start on 01-01-2009, with the title “Are you a HACKER ?”, This is the right time to deliver your skills in hacking and Network Security as an Article to us.

The best Author will be selected as per the contest norms stated below.
The Viewers will act as a Judge by casting their polls for the best Article, and the Article that holds the more number of polls with in the given time period will be awarded as a winner and will be given lots of Amazing Prizes.

Contest Norms :-

1.Are you a Hacker ? ” – Article Writing Contest starts from 1-1-2009 and the deadline is 30-1-2009.

2. The Article should not exceed more than 10 Pages in a MS-word Document,
Font face – Times New Roman
Font size – 12

3. Articles will be accepted only from 1-1-2009 till 30-1-2009, those of which are
submitted before or after the mentioned date will be rejected.

4. You can Choose any of the Topics Below, ( These are few samples )
* Ethical Hacking
* Network Security
* Hacking Techniques, Vulnerabilities and mitigation’s.
* Cryptography
* Hacking using Exploits
* Hardware Hacking
Articles with your own Topics are also Welcome, but should be realted to Networking,     Security and Pen testing.

5. Authors are not supposed to copy from any of the existing resources, if found then we     have the rights to discard that article.

6. If we find making more number of fake account for increasing the polling, then all    your accounts will be closed.

7. Authors can post their Article in the Forum.

8. We have the rights to approve or reject an article.

9. The Readers are the Judges, they will cast polls for the best articles and the article that gets the more number of Votes will be awarded as Winner. Readers can vote for more than one different articles.

10. We will send a PM or a E-mail for the winners to get notified, if we are not getting any response within 3 days, then we will choose the next contestant who got more number of votes.


For Further Details Regarding the Contest Norms, Prize Distribution you may check here on the source site just by clicking here.


November 25, 2008 Leave a comment

Shutting down the PC from an executable bat file:

Here is my simple bat file code:

@echo off

shutdown.exe -s -f -t 0

Which is converted into an executable using bat2exe converter.

The program works fine with nothing else running but has trouble with the media player I guess – though the error reported is on cmd.exe? I have tried using taskkill and tskill but neither are available in dos on this system. Is there any other way of remotely shutting down the programs? i.e another

command I’m not aware of? Also – can I stop the cmd prompt window from appearing on my screen even if briefly? Thanks for any help.
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November 25, 2008 Leave a comment

A new flaw in Vista:



*Sponsored by Juniper Networks
*Vista users could be at risk of having malicious code run on their system if hackers figure out how to exploit a pair of buffer overflow vulnerabilities in Vista’s Device IO*.
*Jason Meserve is multimedia editor at Network World*.

Researchers find vulnerability in windows Vista:

*An Austrian security vendor has found a vulnerability in Windows Vista that it says could possibly allow an attacker to run unauthorized code on a PC*.
*The problem is rooted in the Device IO Control, which handles internal device communication*.
*Researchers at Phion have found two different ways to cause a buffer overflow that could corrupt the memory of the operating system’s kernel*.
*IDG News Service, 11/20/2008.Read the latest WhitePaper – Protecting Data on Laptops: Why Encryption Isn’t Enough,No updates or workaround available from Microsoft yet*.

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November 25, 2008 Leave a comment

Avoid Win XP Re-activation :

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The time may come that you’ll
need to reinstall your Windows XP. It could happen. Maybe you’ll add a new
motherboard or hard drive. Maybe you’ll get constant errors and problems that
just won’t go away. Or perhaps you’re a neat freak who wants to rid yourself of
clutter and start fresh with a clean operating system. If you do reinstall
Windows XP, then you’ll need to re-activate it too—that is, unless you keep
this tip handy 😉

See, the first time you
activated XP it created a file called “wpa.dbl” that lives in the
WINDOWS\system32 folder. By creating a backup of this file on disk, you can
simply put it back into the folder after reinstalling XP and avoid the whole
re-activation hassle. Here’s how…

Go to My Computer then
select your Hard Drive (usually drive C). Go to the WINDOWS\system32 folder and
scroll way down until you find the wpa.d
bl file.



Right-click and choose
“Send To” then either Floppy Drive (make sure you have a disk in) or

Now, when you reinstall
Windows XP you’ll come to the activation screen—decline to activate and let the
install finish.

Restart your computer in
Safe Mode (keep hitting F8 at start-up then when the Advanced Boot Options menu
appears arrow down to Safe Mode).

Find your way back to the
WINDOWS\system32 folder. It’s a good idea to rename the wpa.dbl file you’re
replacing just in case you run into problems, so call it something like

Get the backup disk and
copy the old wpa.dbl file back to the WINDOWS\system32 folder and reboot.

There you go—XP is up and
running again.

P.S. Your wpa.dbl file
might NOT work on another






November 21, 2008 Leave a comment

hacking tricks updated......

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November 21, 2008 Leave a comment

samsungr610-2004Samsung 16-inch Laptop:
enters in US is one large consumer electronics companies.
* Intel Core 2 Duo T5800 Dual Core Mobile Processor
* 3GB PC2-6400 DDR2 Memory
* 250GB 5400rpm SATA Hard Drive
* 8x Dual Layer DVD+/-RW Burner
* 16-inch WXGA (1366×768) Display with 1.3 Megapixel Webcam
* NVIDIA GeForce 9200M GS Graphics with 512MB Memory
* v.92 56Kbps Modem, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11a/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 2.0
* Four USB 2.0, HDMI, ExpressCard/54, 3-in-1 Card Reader
* 14.9″ x 10.4″ x 1.5″ @ 6.2 lbs.
* Vista Home Premium, McAfee Anti-Virus

* Weak 3D Graphics Processor
* Limited Types of Expansion Ports

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