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  1. Bromium Labs today issued its "Endpoint Exploitation Trends" report that shows Internet Explorer set a record high for reported vulnerabilities in the first half of 2014, and also leads in publicly reported exploits. According to Bromium, "Internet Explorer took the cap for historic high number of security patches in over a decade, and that feat was accomplished in the first six months of 2014!" It's not all bad news for users of Internet Explorer though. While the browser was easily the most exploited tool, Microsoft has been reacting much quicker to plug vulnerabilities. The company took more than 90 days to release its first patch for IE9, yet IE11’s first critical patch emerged just five days after the new browser was generally available. Bromium says "In the first half of 2014, the growth in zero day exploitation continued unabated from 2013. Unsurprisingly, all of the zero day attacks targeted end-user applications such as browsers and productivity applications like Microsoft Office. Typically these attacks are launched leveraging users as bait using classic spear-phishing tactics. The notable aspect for this year thus far in 2014 is that Internet Explorer was the most patched and also one of the most exploited products, surpassing Oracle Java, Adobe Flash and others in the fray. Bromium Labs believes that the browser will likely continue to be the sweet spot for attackers". Adobe Flash joins Internet Explorer as one of the most targeted products, with Action Script Sprays among the new techniques used to exploit it. Java, despite its notorious reputation, had no reported zero day exploitations in the first half of 2014, although that might be partially down to users taking action and disabling it, forcing attackers to switch their attentions elsewhere. "End users remain a primary concern for information security professionals because they are the most targeted and most susceptible to attacks" said Rahul Kashyap, chief security architect, Bromium. "Web browsers have always been a favorite avenue of attack, but we are now seeing that hackers are not only getting better at attacking Internet Explorer, they are doing it more frequently". Full Report Here Source
  2. Passcape Windows Password Recovery Advanced + Portable Welcome to Windows Password Recovery, a network security analyzer and Windows password recovery utility. Windows Password Recovery tool is the only solution that implements the most advanced, patented password recovery technologies developed in Passcape Software, such as Artificial Intelligence or Pass-phrase attack. Compared to similar products, Windows Password Recovery features a number of competitive advantages: For home users - easy set up and use. Easily recovers or resets forgotten passwords to any Windows account.For system administrators - password audit reveals security breaches, helping the administrators to ensure the reliability and security of the corporate network. Checks the security level of Windows operating systems.For forensics, industry and government security experts - analyzes and audits system security policies, issues recommendations on improving the stability of the operating systems' password protection. Features Changelog Website: http://www.passcape.com OS: Windows 2000 / 2k / XP / 2k3 / 2K8 / Vista / 7 / 8 Medicine: Serial Size: 26,12 / 28,48 MB
  3. AMD reported less-than-expected second quarter results with a net loss of $36 million, despite an increase in quarterly revenue. AMD made $1,44 billion for Q2, 24% more than it did for the same period in 2013. Because of the net loss, AMD’s stock fell 15%. The company also reported that revenue from its Computing Solutions Group dropped 20% from a year ago, to $669 million. The reason is a decrease in microprocessor unit shipments, but thanks to AMD’s large range of products the revenue in general is still looking good. The company expects to make nearly half of its revenue from non-PC markets such as game console chips and low-power servers. This would happen by the end of 2015. AMD would’ve turned into profit of $67 million if the company didn’t have to service its debt. It predicts that Q3 would be better for the company as revenue is expected to rise 2% to $1.47 billion. Source
  4. I don't know much about networking and telecommunication. My ISP released a press statement some months ago about the new changes in services. Introducing data capping, where you are limited with downloads but unlimited to surf or browse anonymously. So I took it to myself, looking no elsewhere than nsane? Knowing the knowledgeable guys across the Globe. I decided not to contact my ISP I need help and more education on this and how can i bypass it successfully. To enjoy my unlimited downloads as I used to. I trust nsaners to do justice to it. Thanks Guys Best Regards geeteam
  5. Microsoft has released an updated Visual Studio Tools for Unity add-on, adding a few new features and bug fixes with the update. If you are a game developer, read on to find out more about this update. For those that did not know, Visual Studio Tools for Unity (VSTU) is Microsoft's free Visual Studio add-on that enables a rich programming and debugging experience for working with the Unity gaming tools and platform. This is Microsoft's first release since the acquisition of SyntaxTree, and the company is excited that they can reach out to the Unity development community with Visual Studio. SyntaxTree was the original developer of the UnityVS Visual Studio add-on for developers building games on the Unity framework. Now known as Visual Studio Tools for Unity, this news is a major step forward for game developers who utilize Microsoft's Visual Studio software. Here are the key improvements to Visual Studio Tools for Unity v1.9:Faster debugger. Attaching and detaching the debugger as well as expanding local variables is now faster.Faster startup. Opening VSTU projects is now faster.Better handling of C# constructs. The local variables window is now properly populated when debugging iterators or when variables are accessed inside closures.Start your game and your debugging session in one click. You can now attach the debugger and start the game by simply changing the debug target. This is only available in Visual Studio 2012 and 2013.Many more new features and bug fixesDownload Link Source
  6. Terabyte Image for Windows 2.90 Image for Windows is an affordable and reliable drive image backup and restore solution that provides an easy and convenient way to completely backup all your hard drive's data, programs and operating systems. Your backups can be saved directly to external USB and FireWire drives, to internal or network drives, and even directly to CD, DVD, or BD. The Image for Windows package includes an easy-to-use MakeDisk wizard for creating a recovery boot disk. To restore your data, programs and operating systems back to the way they were when the backup was created, simply boot the recovery disk and restore the partition(s) or drive(s) you need to recover. It's that easy. Image for Windows utilizes the technology provided by Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) or PHYLock, an add-on component included in the Image for Windows package. VSS and PHYLock allows you to continue using your computer while the backup is locked to a point-in-time. This eliminates the inconsistencies typically experienced while backing up a partition that is in use. Image for Windows runs under the Windows operating system, yet it can backup or restore any partition, including those of DOS or Linux, and even partitions encrypted by third-party software. The TeraByte drive image files produced by Image for Windows are compatible across all TeraByte Unlimited disk imaging products of the same major version number (i.e. all 1.x products are compatible with other 1.x products). This gives you the flexibility to restore disk images using your product of choice. Homepage: http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/ Language: ML / +Rus Tablet: Key Size: 14,32 MB
  7. Console OS let you run Android Apps on your Windows Phone Tablet or Windows PC. With Console OS, you can use Android on your device as a secondary operating system or on its own completely. It should play nice with touchscreens, and mouse and keyboard setups alike, and the developers vow that their software should work on a variety of new devices, like the Dell Venue 8 Pro and the Lenovo Miix 2. Console OS was designed to natively operate on Intel’s x86 format, and should perform better than any Android emulators or virtual environments. There are some questions, however, regarding real-world performance of Console OS. There haven’t been any hands-on demos of the software in action. Also, the lag-time for switching between operating systems might be an issue, even though the Console team says that it should take about 10 seconds for the switch to take place. Console isn’t available yet, but if this sounds like something that’s up your alley, a $10 donation to its Kickstarter campaign will get you a Pro version of the software, which gives you the ability to switch between OS’ more quickly, and free upgrades forever. If you shell out some more money, then you’ll even get to help elect which devices the team will develop support for. Homepage Source
  8. Intel announced its upcoming Braswell SoC at the IDF conference earlier this year, set to run Windows or Android, among others, on a 14nm 64-bit architecture. We now learn that those will finally be available at the start of 2015, over 6 months from now. Meanwhile, its Broadwell K desktop architecture, the successor of its current Haswell lineup, will also reportedly be delayed until 2015. Intel hopes its Braswell Atom will enable it to be one of the major players when Android makes the switch to 64-bit architectures. The company hopes to ship its Atom architecture in a large number of mobile designs, as well as 10W desktops and AiOs as the Braswell-D, by Q1 2015. Braswell is rumored to be able to bring triple display support and DirectX 11 to mobiles. In regards to its high-end desktop processors, Intel’s Broadwell architecture is also slated to come next year, after the current batch of Haswell refresh chips goes through its lifecycle. The Broadwell K will replace Intel’s current line of LGA 1150 processors like the Core i7 4790 K, while the Broadwell E will come in place of the 130-140W Haswell C desktop configuration. Source
  9. Windows Doctor + Portable Windows Doctor is a top professional program on the security protection and system optimization of the Windows operating system. It thoroughly scans patch vulnerabilities, Startup items, plug-ins, services and processes, etc., in the system with its rapid and stable search engine to diagnose possible security threats and protect your system from the threats of spyware, adware, Trojans and viruses. let's meet on Windows Doctor also provides functions such as Registry Cleanup, Privacy Cleanup, System Speed-Up and Advanced Tools. They help you clean up garbage information in the registry, protect your privacy, make your computer run more stable and with better performance. Main Features: What benefits will Windows Doctor bring you? Website: http://www.windowsdoctor.com OS: Windows8.1 / Windows8 / Windows7 / Vista / XP / 2000 /2003 32-bit and 64-bit! Language: ML / +Rus Medicine: Keygen Size: 7,69 / 15,89 Mb.
  10. Viber has released a new version of its desktop app for Windows, OS X and Linux that puts a lot of efforts and focus into stickers. The messaging company has also announced an important milestone – more than 100 million users are now using its service. For those of you that aren’t familiar with Viber stickers these are basically emoticons on steroids that are downloaded in sets – some of which are free and others cost a few bucks. Now that the new Viber for desktop is released users can dock a sticker menu alongside their conversations and even search for stickers within the app. The Viber desktop app has seen a design overhaul as well and offers upgraded video quality and performance. The Viber support site is also now available in Spanish and Portuguese. Viber has been evolving rapidly for some time now. The messaging service recently set to challenge Skype with its Viber Out calling service. The messaging service world is particularly cutthroat nowadays with giants like WhatsApp and Facebook fighting the likes of Skype and BlackBerry Messenger. Apple has its iMessage (which recently benefited from some out of the box thinking), Google has its Hangouts and now Viber. The end user gets a lot of cool services for free though so we’re grateful. Homepage Source
  11. Sos Gomes

    Axure RP Pro

    Axure RP gives you the wireframing, prototyping and specification tools needed to make informed design choices, persuade any skeptics, get your design built to spec... and maybe win a few fans along the way. Choose the Standard edition for prototyping or go Pro to add documentation and collaboration features From Sketch To Polished The fidelity your project needs Quickly create beautiful wireframes with boxes, placeholders, shapes, and text. When you're ready for more visual polish, add color, gradients, and semi-transparent fills, import images, use grids and guides for precise placement, or the many other tools designed to help you work at the right fidelity for your project. Advanced Prototyping From clicks to conditions & swipes Create simple click-through mockups or highly functional, rich prototypes with conditional logic, dynamic content, animations, drag and drop, and calculations. You don't always need it, but when you do, it's nice to have the power to take your designs to the next level for your own evaluation, client feedback, or user testing. Publish & Share Generate HTML files or publish to Axure Share Click a button and Axure RP generates your design to an HTML and JavaScript prototype that can be viewed in IE, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome. Stakeholders, developers, and testers can view and interact with your prototype without installing Axure RP or a player. Publish your prototype to a network drive, web server, or Axure Share to share it. Documentation & Collaboration PRO For those with Enterprising needs Create Word templates with custom headers, footers, title page, and heading styles. Select from single or two column layouts. Configure the order of the screenshots, annotations, and page notes. Then, click a button to generate your custom specification any time and as many times as you update the design. u189_start u189_end u189_line Use Team Projects to work simultaneously with other team members on a project. Use a shared network drive or an SVN server for remote access. Keep a history of changes with notes for each check in. Export previous versions of the project whenever you need to see an earlier version of your project. Windows XP, 2003 Server, Vista, 7, or 8 2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended) 1 GHz Processor 60 MB disk space For specifications, Microsoft Office Word 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, or 2010 For prototypes, IE 7.0+, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome HomePage:http://www.axure.com Download:http://uppit.com/febu2yxvrbrz
  12. munkee

    Secretly Recording Audio

    Hello everyone, can anyone suggest a software that can do the following: 1- I need a software that records audio secretly and saves the MP3 on the hard disk for later use. 2- the software should start with windows and begins recording immediately. 3- the software should automatically be minimized to system tray while recording. 4- if the computer is turned off the system should automatically stops the recording and the save it to the hard disk. I need a software that is like Pistonsoft MP3 Audio Recorder or if anyone can provide me the download link... for Pistonsoft MP3 Audio Recorder Thank you
  13. It seems the USPTO granted a Microsoft smart-wristband slash smart-watch patent from 2013. The patent drawings are very detailed and give a good peek at what Microsoft's first commercial smart-wearable might look and feel like. They portray an "ornamental design for an electronic band" that features an armband and an embedded computer that snaps securely onto it. Instead of sporty and aggressive, Microsoft's newly patented device looks clean and sleek, which probably means this isn't another fancy sports tracker, but a legitimate smart companion device that's meant to be worn like a traditional watch. Of course, it is not yet known whether the final product's design will appear as patented, or whether the device will become a reality at all. But Microsoft doesn't seem like a company that would miss an emerging trend - especially when Apple's take on the matter could be right around the corner. Source
  14. Wouldn't it be cool if Microsoft offered a subscription for all of it's services? Hear me out, because it's almost inevitable that Windows will soon be subscription based, and we've already got Xbox LIVE, Xbox Music and Office 365. Now, throw in 100GB of OneDrive storage and bam! You've got an all-in-one, convenient subscription for everything you need. OnePass would allow consumers to pay for Windows, Office, Xbox LIVE, Xbox Music and 100GB of OneDrive storage all for $99 a year. You'll also be able to choose between monthly and semi-yearly subscriptions too, but the yearly subscription will be for the best as it's the cheapest and most convenient. Now, you're probably thinking "How the hell would Microsoft make any money from this?", it's pretty simple if you think about it. Windows is too expensive. $99 for the base-line version of Windows is outrageous, and the industry standard is moving away from paid operating systems. Mac OS X is becoming free, Chrome OS is already free and Microsoft even had to give away Windows 8.1 to Windows 8 users for free. I can bet that within the next ten years, nobody will be buying Windows. Instead, they'll be using some other alternative because Windows is simply too expensive. Now, I'm not saying Microsoft would make more money from this subscription. In reality they'll lose money. But, as the industry moves forward, Microsoft needs to make that change. Offering all their services under one convenient subscription would boost the amount of users who use each individual service. I know for a fact that not everybody uses Xbox Music, and OnePass would change that. I already find myself squinting at having to pay for Windows, and then Xbox LIVE, Xbox Music, OneDrive Storage and Office all on top of that. I'd much prefer having it under OnePass, which could easily be managed from the Microsoft Account page. Heck, it could even be customizable. Add your own services to the subscription for an additional price. Use Skype? You can add that to your subscription for $5.99 per month, or something along those lines. Now, I'm not saying Microsoft would ever consider something like this, and even if they did I'm sure they'd have the pricing worked out a little better than this to make sure they earn the maximum amount of money possible, but they definitely could do it, and it wouldn't surprise me if Microsoft had something like this planned for the future. Source
  15. Microsoft sent out invitations for a “small” Surface event in New York City on May 20. The Redmond giant is more than likely to take the wraps off a Surface Mini tablet. Compact Microsoft Surface tablet has been circulating for quite some time. The first time a word got out was back in 2012 – shortly after the original Surface got announced. Source
  16. In this article, we’ll show you how to enable Hibernation on Windows 8. Step 1:In your system tray, click the battery icon and select More power options from the panel that pops up. Step 2:In the power options window, select either “Choose what closing the lid does” or “Choose what the power button does” from the left panel. Step 3:In the next window, click the blue text that says “Change settings that are currently unavailable” Step 4: At the bottom of the windows, a new set of options will become available. Check the box next to Hibernate and click Save changes. That’s it – Hibernate will now show up in power options. Pull up the Charms bar using the Win + C combination, go to Settings and click the Power button. You’ll see that Hibernate has been added to the list, allowing you to save your system state at any time and resume where you left off. Source : Redmondpie
  17. geeteam

    Picasa 3.9 Build 138.150

    Picasa is software that helps you instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures (even ones you forgot you had) and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with folder names you will recognize. You can drag and drop to arrange your albums and make labels to create new groups. Picasa makes sure your pictures are always organized. Picasa also makes advanced editing simple by putting one-click fixes and powerful effects at your fingertips. And Picasa makes it a snap to share your pictures, you can email, print photos home, make gift CDs, instantly share your images and albums, and even post pictures on your own blog. Download Picasa http://dl.google.com/picasa/picasa39-setup.exe
  18. Every month, the good folks from the Net Market Share reveal the current status of browsers and operating systems. Now, let's see how various Web browsers fared in the last month. The Internet Explorer has continued its massive dominance in the market. Internet Explorer 8 remains the most used Web browser. The stats suggest that more people have started using IE8, as its share went up from 21.25 percent to 21.56 percent. At the second sport surfs Internet Explorer 11, the current version of the giant Web browser. Its share has gone down from 17.01 percent to 16.78 percent. The biggest fall has been marked by Chrome 35, whose share went down from 12.5 percent to 9.08 percent. Whereas, the recently launched Chrome 36 has already snagged 5.72 percent share. It’s absurd that people are still using Chrome, despite the fact that it is after their laptop's battery. In some other changes, the share of Internet Explorer 9 surged a bit from 9.03 percent to 9.06 percent, whereas, Firefox 30 also climbed up from 5.62 percent it had a month earlier to 9.27 percent. Source
  19. geeteam

    New Windows 9 Details Leak

    Windows 9 is expected to be the next full Windows version prepared by Microsoft and although the company has until now remained tight-lipped on what's to come as part of this release, plenty of details have surfaced via unofficial channels. A new report posted by Microsoft News and citing information provided by Faikee, a Twitter user who has a good track on leaked Windows details, reveals that Windows 9 might after all arrive in Q2 or Q3 2015, which more or less confirms previous speculation pointing to an April 2015 launch date. At the same time, Faikee says that Windows 9 might come with two different previews, which means that developers might actually get the chance to try out the new OS version in late 2014 when the first beta is likely to be released to users. Microsoft hasn't talked about Windows 9 so far, but we do know that the next full version of Windows could bring some pretty big changes for desktop users, including the addition of a desktop flavor of Cortana, Microsoft's personal assistant currently available on Windows Phone 8.1. Recent rumors also suggested that Microsoft might after all give users the option to disable Metro completely in Windows 9 Enterprise, thus sticking on the classic desktop interface that made so many people love this particular operating system. Microsoft, on the other hand, doesn't seem to be ready to abandon the Modern and the company actually invested a lot to make users get to know the Start screen better. In fact, Microsoft's executives admitted in recent interviews that the Start screen was offered on Windows 8 with no Start menu option in order to make everyone aware that it's there. Otherwise, the company says, users could be tempted to disable it in order to stick to the familiar Windows 7-like interface. Windows 9 could bring back the Start menu if Microsoft doesn't pick another Windows 8.1 update to do it, but people close to the matter said that while the company is already working on this new feature, it might take a while until it's released to users. The Start menu was initially expected in Windows 8.1 Update 2, which is scheduled to be launched in August or September, but if these reports are true, Windows 9 might be the OS version to bring it. As usual, Microsoft does not comment on speculation, so let's just take these as rumors until the company is ready to provide some details on Windows 9. Source
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    Hideman 2 VPN for Windows

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  21. July 2014 Patch Tuesday is here and Microsoft has issued six security bulletins affecting all versions of Internet Explorer, as well as versions of Windows. Two of the bulletins are rated Critical and deal with Remote Code Execution, while three are rated Important and deal with elevation of privileges within Windows. The sixth bulletin is rated Moderate and deals with denial of service attacks. The first bulletin is the most important and is rated Critical. It affects all versions of Internet Explorer from Internet Explorer 6 to 11 and deals with Remote Code Execution. As Qualys states, this patch should be top of your list, since most attacks involve your web browser in some way. The three Important updates deal with elevation of privilege vulnerabilities in all versions of Windows. Windows 8.1 and Windows RT will receive the two Critical updates as well as three Important updates. The Moderate update deals with Microsoft Service Bus for Windows Server. "The Service Bus is a newer component of Windows in use in the Windows Azure environment for the development of loosely coupled applications. In our estimate, few companies will have installed that component, and on Azure, Microsoft will take care of the patching for you," Wolfgang Kandek from Qualys stated. Patch Tuesday rolls out July 8th, so keep an eye on Windows Update for these security fixes. If you have automatic update enabled, you will be prompted for a reboot. Source
  22. It's almost common knowledge now that Microsoft are currently developing a second update for Windows 8.1, which should further improve the operating system before Windows 9 launches next year. Currently, not much is known about Windows 8.1 Update 2 other than the fact that it will arrive in August-September of this year, however today new information may have surfaced regarding its size and delivery method. Before we continue, we must stress that the information you're about to lay your eyes upon could be false, so take it with a grain of salt. According to a user at EightForums, a Microsoft Rep has unveiled that Microsoft are currently in the process of training its support employees for Windows 8.1 Update 2. The rep claims that Update 2 will land in August/September of this year, and that it will be delivered through the Windows Store much like Windows 8. The rep also claims that Windows 8.1 Update 2 will be a hefty 3GB in size, making us believe that Update 2 won't be like Windows 8.1 Update 1, but more like Windows 8.1 as a whole compared to Windows 8. 3GB is somewhat a significant increase in size compared to Update 1, which maxed at around 700MB. Of course, the user on the forum could just be making things up, and we're yet to confirm if other Microsoft Reps are claiming similar things. So, we advise that you take what you've read here with a grain of salt until we can get more concrete information regarding the matter. Delivering through the Windows Store is interesting, as the first time around it really didn't work as well as many had hoped it would. Windows 8.1 launched in the Store with errors and super slow download speeds, which many users were not happy about. In the meantime, what are you hoping for in Windows 8.1 Update 2? It was recently rumored that the Start Menu, that was originally supposed to arrive in Windows 8.1 Update 2, won't be making it's way to our computers until 2015 with Windows 9, so a Start Menu is off the list for now. Via Source
  23. I want to install one of linux distribution like ubuntu or linuxmint or elementary OS alongside my Windows 8.1 with AX64 Installed. I added boot menu of AX64 to my Windows 8.1 Pro, will it make any conflict if i installed linux ?
  24. The Windows Phone emulator has been very generous in providing under the hood information of Microsoft's mobile OS. Besides the countless clues regarding the scheduled for April update to Windows Phone 8, the emulator has obviously a lot more to share - particularly an interesting bit of info about the next-generation iteration of the OS dubbed Windows Phone 8.5. TimeMe developer has encountered an interesting tooltip in the WP Emulator, which indicates that secondary live tiles may no longer be available in Windows Phone 8.5. Check out the exact tooltip message below. This doesn't necessarily mean that the secondary live tile will disappear entirely, but most probably the API may be altered or completely rewritten to allow new functionality. In any case, Microsoft plans to change the start screen in Windows Phone 8.5. In addition, Windows Phone 8.1 will allow developers to choose a shorter update period for their Live Tiles. Currently, the update happens every 30 minutes, but Windows Phone 8.1 will introduce a shorter update period of 1 minute. Microsoft is holding their BUILD developer conference in April. There, the software giant will spill all the beans of the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1, which is scheduled to hit devices this spring. Source
  25. Just a short while ago, a registry tweak allowed everyone to snag the highly-anticipated update to Windows 8.1. Not to be outdone, today saw the leak of Internet Explorer 11 Spring 2014 Update for Windows 7, which brings along Enterprise Mode. For those curious, the build number is 11.0.9600.17029. Enterprise mode allows companies to specify which website should be viewed in IE8 compatibility mode and which websites do not need to utilize compatibility mode. This feature will come with Windows 8.1 Update 1 as well. No word on when Microsoft will officially roll out this update to Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7. Chances are we might hear about it during the Build 2014 Developer Conference in April. E11 Update for Windows 7 with Enterprise mode build 11.0.9600.17029 leak soon .. pic.twitter.com/kverjasRaX — WZor (@WZorNET) March 6, 2014 Source
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