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Sandboxie - Sandbox software for application isolation and secure Web browsing Install the Classic Desktop in Ubuntu 11.10 Ubuntu 11.10 will not include the classic GNOME desktop which is available alongside Unity in Ubuntu 11.04. Instead, Unity 2D will be installed to provide the Unity desktop even on systems without 3D graphics capabilities. Fortunately for fans of the old desktop, it will still be available to install from the repositories. Install the classic GNOME desktop by installing the gnome-panel package.sudo apt-get install gnome-panel Before you log in, click the gear icon and select GNOME Classic. If you have problems with the theme being messed up and gnome-settings-daemon crashing, make sure you have installed any available updates. There are a few differences between this desktop and the one in previous versions of Ubuntu. Thanks to Jeremy Bicha for posting about this on Planet Ubuntu and bringing it to my attention.

Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way Bank of India site hacked, serves up 22 exploits News August 31, 2007 12:00 PM ET Computerworld - The Bank of India Web site was hacked sometime Wednesday night (U.S. time) and seeded with a wide, wild array of malware that infected any users running unpatched browsers, security researchers said today. Although the bank's site had been scoured of all malware by Friday morning, it's currently offline. "This site is under temporary maintenance and will be available after 09:00 IST on 1.09.07," a prominent message currently reads. Researchers at Sunbelt Software Inc. first posted details of the hack yesterday afternoon after finding rogue code embedded in the site's HTML. Other researchers dug up more information. When contacted Friday, executives and IT administrators at U.S. offices of Bank of India were unaware of the hack. For his part, Thompson posted a video of the hack (.wmv file download) that showed the massive infections and resulting system changes in a debugger window. By 10:30 a.m. Thompson confirmed the breach.

▶ How to encrypt (almost) anything It's all too easy to neglect data security, especially for a small business. While bigger organizations have IT departments, service contracts, and enterprise hardware, smaller companies frequently rely on consumer software, which lacks the same sort of always-on security functionality. But that doesn’t mean that your data is unimportant, or that it has to be at risk. Encryption is a great way to keep valuable data safe—whether you’re transmitting it over the Internet, backing it up on a server, or just carrying it through airport security on your laptop. But first, a word about passwords Any discussion about encryption needs to start with a different topic: password strength. A strong password should be at least 10 characters, though 12 is better. If you’re unsure about whether your password is good enough, run it through Microsoft’s free password checker. Encrypt your entire hard drive 1. 2. The easiest way to see if your computer has a TPM chip is simply to attempt to enable BitLocker.

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The High Line Section 2 opens Landscape architects James Corner Field Operations, architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro and planting designer Piet Oudolf have completed Section 2 of the High Line, a 1.5 mile-long elevated park on an abandoned railway in New York. The project spans 22 blocks through the west side of Manhattan and is split into three equal stages, with Section 2 bringing the completed length up to one mile. Unlike Section one, which was completed in 2009, this second phase includes a stretch of lawn. A new platform elevated 2.5 metres above the main High Line overlooks a canopy of trees and plants below. Photographs are by Iwan Baan, apart from where otherwise stated. See our earlier story on Section 1 of the High Line » More projects by Diller Scofidio + Renfro on Dezeen » More landscape architecture on Dezeen » The following information is from Diller Scofidio + Renfro: The High Line (Phase II) Public Park: New York, NY 2011 Above photograph is by Barry Munger.

How to Refinish an Engineered Hardwood Floor | The Money Pit LESLIE: Now we’ve got Lavonne in Iowa on the line with a floor-refinishing question. How can we help you today? LAVONNE: Yes. I have 1,350 square feet of engineered hardwood floor. It has been refinished twice and you know what? It’s looking pretty tough. TOM: You know, it’s very unusual that you’ve been able to refinish it once. One thing I can suggest, Lavonne, is this. LAVONNE: You know what? TOM: Right. LAVONNE: And then there’s scratches, of course. TOM: OK. LAVONNE: Right. TOM: And that might be enough for you to get a new finish to take. LAVONNE: I know and you know what? TOM: But that said, I don’t understand why somebody wants to charge you so much to take out what’s there. LAVONNE: You know what? TOM: In most cases, you would not glue down engineered floor; it would float. That said, there’s no reason you can’t put a second layer over that. LAVONNE: So would you lay something in between? TOM: Yeah, it’s always floated; engineered always floats. LAVONNE: Alright.

How to protect your PC from Prism surveillance Thursday afternoon, a bombshell dropped: Two leading reports claimed that the U.S. government has been spying on emails, searches, Skype calls, and other electronic communications used by Americans for the last several years, via a program known as PRISM. According to the reports, the Web’s largest names—AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Skype, PalTalk, Yahoo, and YouTube—participated, perhaps unwittingly. (Dropbox will reportedly be added as well.) According to The Guardian and The Washington Post , the data covered included: “email, video and voice chat, videos, photos, voice-over-IP chats, file transfers, social networking details, and more.” If nothing else, however, the PRISM disclosure is worrying and deeply shocking. Note that there is absolutely no guarantee that our tips will make your PC PRISM proof. So what can you do? Avoid using popular Web services This is an easy one. And there’s no sense in surfing using Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Safari, either.

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