Dec 302009
 

LastPass is a unique Password manager which is more specific to online websites where logons are required or even fill forms. As the name implies, there is only master password that you have to remember and the whole lot of your online passwords goes into the online database accessible securely from anywhere in the world or from any PC.

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Nov 022009
 

One of the many annoyance in Windows Vista was the User Access Control. While it is a good security feature, it was very badly implemented. I’m sure most if not all of you who read thus agree. To make it worse, while UAC clearly brought to ones eye what risk can there be to your system when an unauthorised program tries to take control of your system and make changes. The options one had were either to disable UAC and take the risk of a security breach or live with the UAC annoyance.

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Oct 292009
 

Mozilla has hurried the release of its new version of Firefox browser, Firefox 3.5.4. I would recommend users to upgrade to this newer version as there are as many as 11 Security Fixes of which 6 are critical and 3 are moderate and the rest of low priority. In addition to this they are also fixed a lot stability issues with the browser in general.

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Oct 262009
 

IPv6 is enebled by default in Windows 7 and Windows Vista. If you are not using IPv6 then this can be disabled from the Windows Registry as follows:

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Oct 152009
 

Predator is a cool security software for your Windows PC or Laptop. Predator locks your PC or Laptop while you are away from your desk and releases when your are back all with the help of a USB Key just the way your front door key works. You simply remove the USB key while you walk away from your desk and Predator will instantly disable the keyboard, mice, screen and the system Task manager. When you insert the USB Key back in, you are back in and ready to work on it again.

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