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Hacking Gmail

By Ben Hammersley Wiley Publishing, Inc| English | 310 pages | PDF | 5.416 KB | Download | Password: gmail Google’s web-based e-mail service, still now at the time of this writing in Beta, and available only to people invited by other existing users, was launched. Offering a gigabyte of storage, an incredibly advanced JavaScript interface, …

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Digital Forensics for network, internet, and cloud computing

The modern computer environment has moved past the local data center with a single entry and exit point to a global network comprising many data centers and hundreds of entry and exit points. This business and service migration to remote data centers, where computing and storage are rented from a larger company, is referred to as cloud computing. Companies and people have realized great benefits that result from the use of cloud computing systems – not only in terms of productivity, but also in access to high-speed systems for managing very large data sets in ways that would be financially impossible for some small and midsized companies. Larger companies have also realized the benefits of cheap utility cloud computing as these companies migrate critical database ,transactional processing systems, and software packages to a rented space in a data center that can be anywhere in the world. This migration also has …

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97 Things Every Programmer Should Know

No matter how comfortable a schedule looks at the beginning of iteration, you can’t avoid being under pressure some of the time. If you find yourself having to choose between “doing it right” and “doing it quick,” it is often appealing to “do it quick” with the understanding that you’ll come back and fix it later. When you make this promise to yourself, your team, and your customer, you mean it. But all too often, the next iteration brings new problems and you become focused on them. This sort of deferred work is known as technical debt, and it is not your friend. Specifically, Martin Fowler calls this deliberate technical debt in his taxonomy of technical debt,* and it should not be confused with inadvertent technical debt. Technical debt is like a loan: you benefit from it in the short term, but you have to pay interest on it until …

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Secrets for blogging your way to a six figure income

It is hard to miss the word “blog” today, we hear blogs mentioned in the media, see them all over the world wide web and we even hear then discussed now in business and social situations, in many case the term “blogger” is used not just to describe a person who writes a blog, but also someone who earns money doing it. So what exactly is a blog? Because we are at the beginning of g a blogging book, this is definitely an issue we need to be clear on. There are number of ways we can answer this question, ranging from the broad to the highly technical, to put it as clearly as possible, a blog is a particular type of website. Studies have shown that although awareness a blogs is increasing, there are still many people who frequent blog without realizing it, this is fine, the key things …

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OXIS advancing oxidative stress technology

Today, many people realize that it is best to use glutathione precursor supplements instead of ones that simply provide the molecule itself, glutathione importance and the process to manufacture it within the body for proper circulation are relatively recent. Its awareness has straddled both alternative and mainstream medicine; ideally, you should choose a supplement that will give you all of the precursors, as well as critical co-factors. Antioxidant skin care products require some knowledge about skin care. Many people are now aware of free radicals and the damage they can cause to your skin. Antioxidants help reverse the damage caused by free radicals. Most of us are aware of collagen and its role in acting as a support structure in the skin but you may not know that there are five main types of collagen more important than the others and each of them working in different areas of the …

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USB 3.0

When you are in front of your PC, waiting for something to transfer to removable media, seconds can feel like minutes and minutes like hours, and backups to USB 2.0 appear to crawl along at snail’s pace, so much so that users often become reluctant to perform that essential chore, such data transfer scenario are where the new super speed USB 3.0 standard and its theoretical. Blazing fast throughput as promised by the USB implementers forum (USB IF) will change your life for better, and if our test of four new USB 3.0 hard drives from Buffalo technology, Lomega, Seagate and Western Digital are indicative, the change will certainly be dramatic. USB 3.0’s impressive speed is it raison d’etre, but part of its beauty is its backward compatibility with UBS 2.0. You need a new cable and new host adapter or one the new motherboard builds to support USB 3.0 …

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Recognize a hoax

Fraudsters use a variety of techniques to get at your cash, the most common hoaxes and scams that you’ll come across online, they were all thought up and used successfully before the dawning of the internet, but your email inbox is the most likely place you’ll find them these days. This old hoax has been doing the round for year; it involves tricking victims into paying money in the many names, including money transfer fraud, advance fee fraud or 419 scam. Even before the internet existed, this fraud was rife it was usually spread using regular letters and fax machines. Email is cheaper and easier to send to millions of people, so the criminals have adapted the new technology. The name 419 comes from the article of the Nigerian criminal code that refers to fraud, the 419 scam originated in Nigeria in the 1980s, although similar cons had been occurring …

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Choosing a Camcorder

All camcorder are designed to record video, but there’s amazing variety of models, all the terminology you need to know and help you choose the right model for your need. Most camcorders can shoot video that’s compatible with the PAL TV format. This has resolution of 720×576 pixels and consists of 50 interlaced frames per second. Interlacing is when each whole frame is recorded and stored as two fields, each with only half the pictures, so in fact only 25 full frames are captures per second, this standard definition video will play on any TV with an appropriate video input. High definition (HD) TVs are becoming the norm, and if you haven’t got one yet, chances are that your next TV will be HD, HD camcorders have been available for a while now, but they’re still relatively expensive compared with standard definition models. Resolutions and frame rates vary, but 1,929×1,080 …

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Easier printing in Windows 7

In general, printing in Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 7 is the same as it has been for the past several Windows operating systems. You still perform the same installation and user actions to execute a print job. But there are a few new enhancements that strive to eliminate common user and IT hassles: Easier printing to devices found in multiple, recurring locations such as the home and office Access information about installed print devices and have an easy way to take action Achieve greater stability around print drivers Let’s look at a few of these new features. Location aware printing New with Windows 7, the OS (operating system) automatically sets and remembers your default printer based on your current network location. So now, when you go between the office and home, your default printer will change automatically, making it simple to access and use the printer you have in each location. Say …

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