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UBCD for Windows

What is the Ultimate Boot CD for Windows? UBCD4Win is a bootable recovery CD that contains software used for repairing, restoring, or diagnosing almost any computer problem. Our goal is to be the most complete and easy to use free computer diagnostic tool. Almost all software included in UBCD4Win are freeware utilities for Windows®. Some of the tools inlcuded are "free for personal use" copies so users need to respect these licenses. A few of the tools included in UBCD4Win are paid for and licensed software owned by UBCD4win.

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KON-BOOT - ULTIMATE WINDOWS/LINUX HACKING UTILITY :-) System Requirements: Pentium III compatible processor, 10MB free space on the hard drive. CD-ROM, Floppy Drive or USB flash drive, keyboard, Internet connection (for product download). Compatible BIOS version.Windows system is required for installer to run. USB flash drive is required for the EFI version to work. Disk encryption is not supported. Tablets are not supported. CHAOS (operating system) Designed for large-scale ad hoc clusters, once booted, CHAOS runs from memory allowing the CD to be used on the next node (and allowing for automated rebooting into the host operating system). CHAOS aims to be the most compact, secure and straightforward openMosix cluster platform available.[2] A six node CHAOS/openMosix cluster: The mosmon view with no load While this deployment model suits the typical cluster builder, openMosix is a peer-based cluster, consisting of only one type of node. All openMosix nodes are inherently equal and each can be, simultaneously, parent and child. A six node CHAOS/openMosix cluster: The mosmon view with one process' load, launched from node two

HOWTO: Install and Boot OS X On a Flash Drive : Brad’s Blog Remember when it was first revealed the Windows XP could be installed and booted off of a USB flash drive? Well, great for Windows users. What about Mac users? We were left out in the cold. If one were to search hard enough in the vast Web index that is Google, one could find just the snippets of how to boot a system from a USB drive, how to set a drive as bootable, yadda yadda yadda. Nothing guiding the way to creating a bootable installation of Mac OS X on a flash drive.

Simple "ntldr is missing" fix with boot floppy, CD-R, or USB flash It's possible you can fix this by unplugging a USB device or changing the Boot setup in your PC's BIOS, but if you need a boot disk to get your PC back into Windows XP, I've got you covered. This boot disk will work around any issues with the hard drive boot sector, or missing boot files; but won't make a difference if you haven't installed Windows yet, have a bad hard drive, or an incorrect BIOS configuration. You'll need a blank floppy, cd, usb and a computer to make it on.

Trinity Rescue Kit: Download Please download the latest version of Trinity Rescue Kit. Don 't forget development of this tool took a lot of my time (over many years now), so donation or sponsorship is greatly appreciated (but so is a simple thank-you mail). You can also donate via Paypal, which now accepts credit cards from people who have no Paypal account. or wire me some money with your webbanking account (see info on page "Donate") or you can contact me for your ads on this site. You can also get a physical copy of TRK on either CD or a USB stick. We have an affiliate agreement with Osdisc where you can buy a TRK on a medium. Hack From A Cave - Katana Katana: Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite Last Updated: 11/10/2010 Links Description Katana Katana is a portable multi-boot security suite which brings together many of today's best security distributions and portable applications to run off a single Flash Drive.

Windows Automated Installation Kit History[edit] Windows AIK Version 1.0 was released with Windows Vista. New or redesigned tools and technologies included Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM), SysPrep, ImageX, and Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) v2.0.[2] Windows AIK Version 1.1 was released with Windows Vista SP1 (and Windows Server 2008). A number of new tools were introduced, including PostReflect and VSP1Cln. The new WinPE 2.1 could be more customized.[3] Supported operating systems include Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Server 2003 SP1, Windows Server 2003 SP2 and Windows XP SP2.

About Smart Boot Manager Copyright (c) 2000 by James Su (, Lonius ( and Christopher Li ( Smart Boot Manager (SBM) is an OS independent and full-featured boot manager with an easy-to-use user interface. There are some screenshots available. 10 things you can do when Windows XP won't boot If your computer powers up okay, but the Windows XP operating system won't boot properly, you have some troubleshooting ahead of you. Here's a look at the likely culprits and what you can do to fix the problem. When your computer hardware appears to power up okay, but the Windows XP operating system won't boot properly, you have to begin a troubleshooting expedition that includes getting into the operating system, determining the problem, and then fixing it. To help you get started on this expedition, here are 10 things you can do when Windows XP won't boot.

Software Protection Initiative - Lightweight Portable Security 15 June 2011: LPS-Remote Access was certified by AFNIC to connect to the GIG for general telecommuting use Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) creates a secure end node from trusted media on almost any Intel-based computer (PC or Mac). LPS boots a thin Linux operating system from a CD or USB flash stick without mounting a local hard drive. Administrator privileges are not required; nothing is installed. The LPS family was created to address particular use cases: LPS-Public is a safer, general-purpose solution for using web-based applications.

Hidden iframe injection attacks [Updated on October 27, 2009 with new a version of the script] It is a shame that after all those posts about security, some of my websites were under attack today. Shoban and Anand emailed me about this today morning (Thanks guys) and I tried to understand what was going on. To my utter disbelief more than 10 websites hosted in the same server were affected by the attack. All the index.* files in the server were infected with a piece of code that loaded a hidden iframe in the page.