Aug 172008
 

If you want to remove SSVICHOSST virus follow one of this solutions

Solution 1

Download and this tool to fix this virus
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Aug 172008
 


The Time To Live (TTL) value in an IPv4 packet determines the maximum number of links or hops on which an IPv4 packet is allowed to travel before being discarded. The default TTL value in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista is set to 128. While the defaults are good enough and may never need changing, there may be instances where you may want to change the default TTL.
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Aug 172008
 


Gratuitous ARP is a feature of Address Resolution Protocol in which a Gratuitous ARP request is sent by a host for its own IP Address while initiliazing.  Gratuitous ARP requests are sent to ensure that the IPv4 address is not already in use on the locally attached subnet.

In Windows 2008 & Windows Vista, we can control the number of Gratuitous ARP requests sent and is set to “3″ by default. To modify the number of Gratuitous ARP entries sent (between 0 and 3)

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Aug 142008
 

fsLock is a full suited security program that locks, encrypts, securely deletes, monitors and protects files and processes on your computer. Drag and Drop support from Windows is supported and direct access to the processes running is also available. Password protection will prevent changes being made when others use your computer and a full set of extra options is also available (start with windows, loading options, etc). fsLock has an easy to understand inter-face that blends easily with Windows and makes you feel more at home, while making sure that all of the main options are easy to access, while offering a full logging system that allows you to track every event that happens while the program is open.

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Aug 142008
 

Internet Explorer has several toolbars, the menus bar, the links toolbar, and the Command bar. The Command bar is located at the top right side of the Internet Explorer window (it contains the Home icon, among others) and it offers easy access to almost any setting or feature in Internet Explorer. You can customize the Command bar buttons to suit your preferences and add website links to the Links bar.

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