avatar image

Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?

Login with username, password and session length
  • Friday June 9, 2023, 12:32 am
  • Proudly celebrating 15+ years online.
  • Donate now to become a lifetime supporting member of the site and get a non-expiring license key for all of our programs.
  • donate

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - mitzevo [ switch to compact view ]

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 ... 19next
Living Room / Re: John McAfee 2016?!? Yep. :)
« on: October 04, 2015, 04:44 AM »
Seems anyone could be president these days  ;)

Baaa Baaaaaa BaaAaaaaaa More Grass pwease Baaaaaa  :-* Hiiiiiii

Post New Requests Here / Re: Anti-Wikipedia-Beg methods?
« on: December 15, 2013, 02:07 AM »
Try Greesemonkey browser extension/plugin (use a regex pattern)  :Thmbsup:

edit: http://userscripts.o...a+donate&submit=

General Software Discussion / Re: XYplorer ends Lifetime License
« on: December 02, 2013, 05:17 AM »
Bumpty bump: Guess who's back in town! XYplorer lifetime license pro for only around $80, and currently has a deal for 50% off... http://www.bitsdujou...rer-lifetime-license


Hey guys,

I just recently wanted to purchase sandboxie, and looked for the lifetime license, as I prefer those for obvious reasons.. :D but was a little sad when I discovered they no longer offered it. I then thought about other softwares who also stopped doing lifetime licenses... and then I just thought, who cares, I can afford to support a great software program each year.. jesus. Any way, short story short I paid for a standard sandboxie license and am a happy camper since.

Moral of the story? Don't be a cheap bastard if the software is great and it helps you.

And speaking of lifetimes licenses, XYplorer lifetime licenses are back! WOOHOO.

Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Actual Window Manager mini review
« on: November 26, 2013, 01:06 AM »
Just wanted to let you know, awesome review. This software is pretty damn feature packed, I specifically like the ability to rearrange the taskbar on a second monitor (not many other multiple monitor apps/softwares or none at al have this ability).



General Software Discussion / Re: Best Anti-spyware.
« on: September 17, 2013, 06:40 AM »
MBAM is good, I wouldn't claim it as the best though  ;)

General Software Discussion / Re: Best Anti-spyware.
« on: September 17, 2013, 06:38 AM »
The best... hmmmm... the best the best the best oh my the best is the best of the best which rules over the best. BEST UP!  :up:

Living Room / Re: Is 'the cloud' becoming the 'SkyNet'?
« on: September 09, 2013, 09:26 AM »
sorry, forgot something pretty intriguing: the grid, the matrix, ...

Living Room / Is 'the cloud' becoming the 'SkyNet'?
« on: September 09, 2013, 09:19 AM »
I was just thinking, pondering really, about the cloud and what it could become in the not so distant future 8 ~ 16 years from now.

We (well some of us) store a lot of our data in/on(?) the cloud -- a giant web/network of computers, servers, and other hardware devices.

If we continue to store all of our information; sort (tag, categorize, prioritize, etc) it, and store it on "the cloud" / internet, other than our own brains/memory, this makes our data easily "navigate-able" or understandable by humans and also computers/AI who somehow gets access to this data.)

More and more people are getting online each year, and more and more people are buying and using smartphones -- not only are we storing all types of data in the cloud, we are also quite easily located via our constant connections to the network, the grid, the overture, the omnivore, the echolon, yadda yadda ya.

We should be careful how well we organize our data. It's basically providing a roadmap to who ever is access that data into how you think and operate.

What do you think? I'm interested in hearing other peoples thoughts and opinions on this matter.

Could the cloud (i.e., cloud branded services) eventually evolve into interconnected clouds, which would them finally form the overall, mega ultimate cloudnet/skynet?

SkyDrive anyone?  ;D

Sharing is caring!

NSA surveillance: A guide to staying secure
"The NSA has huge capabilities – and if it wants in to your computer, it's in. With that in mind, here are five ways to stay safe"

Full article: NSA surveillance: A guide to staying secure

Now that we have enough details about how the NSA eavesdrops on the internet, including today's disclosures of the NSA's deliberate weakening of cryptographic systems, we can finally start to figure out how to protect ourselves.

For the past two weeks, I have been working with the Guardian on NSA stories, and have read hundreds of top-secret NSA documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. I wasn't part of today's story – it was in process well before I showed up – but everything I read confirms what the Guardian is reporting.

At this point, I feel I can provide some advice for keeping secure against such an adversary.

The primary way the NSA eavesdrops on internet communications is in the network. That's where their capabilities best scale. They have invested in enormous programs to automatically collect and analyze network traffic. Anything that requires them to attack individual endpoint computers is significantly more costly and risky for them, and they will do those things carefully and sparingly.

Thanks Josh.. :)

ppass, good on you for investing in a software that you think is worth the investment. You know the term, you get what you pay for, it can apply to software to! Althought, opensource and free software can be just as great as commercial alternatives with a few minor differences (i.e., mousers software, DC software, opensource software, etc.)

Living Room / Re: 23 Signs You're Secretly An Introvert
« on: August 27, 2013, 01:51 AM »
5 signs your secretly a woman...

This is actually a few months old (not breaking news), but thought I'd share:

Orbit Downloader, a popular download manager, may contain code that could control your computer for malicious purposes, such as DDoS, and who knows what else!

Here's an excerpt from SoftPedia (Orbit Downloader Contains DDOS Component, ESET Warns):

The application generates revenue for the developer by displaying ads and being bundled with all sorts of third-party software. This is common for many downloaders, but what ESET researchers have uncovered is not.

They’ve found that sometime between December 25, 2012 (version and January 10, 2013, (version a malicious component was added to the main executable file orbitdm.exe.

This new component actually turns the application into a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) tool.

This wouldn't suprise a few members here, as Orbit downloader has been in the spotlight here at the DC forums in the past for behaving suspiciously (BEWARE: IE7Pro and OrbitDownloader post by wordzilla from 2007, almost 7 years ago!)

Make sure you software fanatics are staying safe and running some kind of protection/firewall/av that can (at least try to help) in preventing rogue software from operating on your computer(s).

Stay safe! :Thmbsup:

You can update to the latest version by downloading from official website and just running the setup (make sure you reg with the "glary" details beforehand)

I dont understand your post, so I'll ask a few questions :)

1) do you mean I can somehow register with Glary pre-install - then just install the most recent version from site (?)
2) do I have to register with 'Glary' in order to use the software ? (I've donwloaded already but not installed)
3) or are you talking about getting the details from the registry ?!?

Let me address your questions as simply as possible:

1) No
2) No
3) No

The software is a giveaway, and usually its a full version (non-crippled) bundled with a text file containing registration name and code for the giveaway. Once you install the software, you need to use the registration name and code (in this case, the registration name is "glary" and the code is also in the text file) which is bundled.

Once you've registered the software with the provided reg/registration info, then you can update it by downloading the latest version from the official website and just installing it. It will retain the registration info. (If you try to update within the software itself it will fail for some reason - so just grab the latest version from the official site)


Okay, but why the "? ? ? "? What don't you understand about my previous post?

(make sure you reg with the "glary" details beforehand)

? ? ?

hehe, the giveaway has some reg info to register the soft... you didn't know? Is this giveaway legit? :P

Just a heads up: The giveaway is not the latest version (which is 7.5.1) but 7.4.3.

No, you do not get to update for free :P So you should disable automatic update checking if you decide to use/keep this giveaway deal.

You can update to the latest version by downloading from official website and just running the setup (make sure you reg with the "glary" details beforehand)

Very nice! Thank you pilgrim  :) Installing now... I used to use DM2 (portable version) but it's quite dated, and I'm quite impressed by another software product from Actual (Actual Multiple Monitors), so this will probably be a very useful app.

Thanks again!

Living Room / Re: Google Glasses BANNED!
« on: March 10, 2013, 05:57 AM »
+1 for The 5 point. Most places don't allow photo/video'ing (shopping venues, libraries, etc. etc.). If Google Glasses can take video or photos, does that make them exempt from such places? Ofcourse not. BAN! Or maybe some smart company will introduce a product or service that can block the video/recording capabilites.

Living Room / Re: Gamers deemed too fast for real-life race
« on: February 17, 2013, 03:22 PM »
Yeap, interesting, but cmon.. nothings beats real life experience.. don't be silly kids, gaming != real life, not yet atleast? In gaming there is no risk of death for you or others or injury etc. (real life death, not virtual death). Just sayin'  :'(

Just because you're a good gamer, or pretty damn good in your game, doesn't mean you will be good in real life in the same situations. You need to condition yourself to the environment and train.. takes years (for some months).

Living Room / Re: The 20 Most Expensive Keywords in Google AdWords
« on: February 13, 2013, 06:06 PM »
On second thoughts seems some keywords are excluded? (free porn, mobile porn, etc. work at home, make money online, etc. etc. just to name a tiny fraction of them..)  :(

Living Room / Re: The 20 Most Expensive Keywords in Google AdWords
« on: February 13, 2013, 04:57 PM »
I knew insurance would be right up there  :D Good post Stephen!

General Software Discussion / Re: 2013 Version: Browser Wars
« on: February 13, 2013, 06:56 AM »
I tried to use Opera in the past (desktop) but couldn't stick with it, it annoyed me actually.. Fair well, Opera! Can't say the same for Chromium.. it's blazing fast, minimal, actually works, etc. Although I'm not too keen on the big brother aspect of things (if there were to be!)?

Living Room / Re: When to trust co-workers with your income?
« on: January 13, 2013, 12:40 PM »
Umm.. so what is the question? If you take risks you need to be able to handle possible consequences. If you don't take risks, well then nothing to worry about, is there?

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 ... 19next