Google is the best answer to any of your search queries 24x7. But do you know Google has a hidden secret world, which can be opened by typing-in a few codes in the Google Search. These Google hacks expose the security loop holes within websites, and much more. Just enter a few secret codes in Google’s search box, and there-after you can have access to security cameras around the world, access to personal & confidential documents or maybe even download in-numerable free stuff from the internet. Take a jump to see how it’s done. # Hack security cameras
Windows has a built-in security hole that you should turn your attention to right away. With all the attention that spyware, phishing, e-mails, and corporate hackers get on any given day, we mustn't forget that good ol' Windows itself can be the source of a security hole. It turns out that Vista has a back door that could permit someone else to read any file on your hard drive, and the same problem exists in Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP. But don't expect a fix anytime soon. This bug is a "feature." Turn Off Hidden Shares
At first glance, the Vista firewall may appear to be identical to the Windows Firewall in WinXP SP 2. But once you discover the secret of accessing its advanced configuration settings via the MMC snap-in, you'll be able to set up and customize outbound and inbound rules to fit your precise needs. Microsoft introduced a personal firewall as part of the operating system with Windows XP. In its initial incarnation, it was known as the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) and provided pretty rudimentary stateful packet filtering firewall protection. Renamed in XP SP2 to simply Windows Firewall, it received a number of improvements (most notably, it extended firewall protection to the startup and shutdown processes) but still provided only one-way protection, blocking inbound traffic. Tap into the Vista firewall's advanced configuration features
How to surf anonymously without a trace March 12, 2007 12:00 PM ET Protect yourself: Surf anonymously The best way to make sure Web sites can't gather personal information about you and your computer is to surf anonymously by using an anonymous proxy server that sits between you and the Web sites you visit.
SECURITY OVERFLOW Introduction With the release of Vista, many home users are certainly wondering if the migration from XP to Vista is absolutely necessary.As claims the VOX POPULI : "Vista is an evolution, not a revolution".Hardening the system makes XP as secure as Vista.Since the hardware works fine, there's consequently no reason for a hasty migration. In this article are provided exhaustive resources that can be helpful in system's hardening.
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