Semester Exams Here!

Datesheet for my 6th Semester exams has been released today. Now i got to be DEAD serious about studies 😛 Exams start 16th May, and end on 26th May. Wish me luck 😛

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KGB Archiver

KGB Archiver is the compression tool with unbelievable high compression rate. It surpasses even such efficient compression tool like 7zip and UHARC in terms of the abilities.

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Bit Comet v0.66

BitComet is a p2p file-sharing freeware fully compatible with Bittorrent, which is one of the most popular p2p protocol designed for high-speed distribution of 100MB or GB sized files.

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Avoiding “FORMAT C:”

This is the worst nightmare for any of us. Having to Format and re-install windows. And no matter how careful you are with installing software, a time comes when some software does not uninstall properly, or messes up your system, or even a virus attacks windows! There are many cases where Formatting is the only…

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Nero v7.2.0.3b released

Ah! Another release! Now i gotta download it again 😛 Still, NO official changelog! Get it here.

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Google unleashes new tool!

Hmm.. Google is one company which is known for innovation and uniqueness in their software.. The latest offering from the Google stable is Google SketchUp!

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New P2P Virus

Win32.Polipos SYMPTOMS: Size of executable increases with about 60-70 KB. There could be detected unusual network activity. Suspect activity for the running processes (searching and modifying executable files).

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Nero v7.2.0.3 released

A new version of nero has been released. Version number has gone up from 7.0.8.2 to 7.2.0.3. Seems to be a major update.

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Michal Zalewski Announces A New Bug for Internet Explorer

Michal Zalewski, the researcher who announced in March an Internet Explorer vulnerability whose exploitation could crash the browser, has some news for Microsoft and the company’s security experts won’t be too pleased with them.

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New Bluetooth Virus

A newly detected mobile phone virus is charging mobile phone users $5 to send a premium rate SMS message, security experts warned today at Infosec Europe 2006.

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