Alarm Pillow by Seung Jun Jeong Alarm Clocks Are So Redundant…. It’s time to move on and discard phone alarms and clocks! This is the new age people; we need cooler and hipper gear like this Alarm Pillow! It gently vibrates at the given hour, to wake you up with a buzz.
Network Layer In the seven-layer OSI model of computer networking, the network layer is layer 3. The network layer is responsible for packet forwarding including routing through intermediate routers, whereas the data link layer is responsible for media access control, flow control and error checking. Functions The network layer provides the functional and procedural means of transferring variable-length data sequences from a source to a destination host via one or more networks, while maintaining the quality of service functions. Functions of the network layer include: Connection model: connectionless communication
Breaking In Windows XP Password Indian School of Ethical Hacking (#ISOEH) : @ for more core-technical articles visit our official site :- www.isoeh.com 1. New Tool Reveals Internet Passwords Password cracking tool instantly reveals cached passwords stored in popular applications Subscribe to SecurityWeek by RSS A Russian software company today released a password cracking tool that instantly reveals cached passwords to Web sites in Microsoft Internet Explorer, mailbox and identity passwords in all versions of Microsoft Outlook Express, Outlook, Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail. Moscow based ElcomSoft, developer of the new password recovery tool, “Elcomsoft Internet Password Breaker,” says the product designed as tool to provide forensics, criminal investigators, security officers and government authorities with the ability to retrieve a variety of passwords stored on a PC. With a price tag of just $49, it doesn’t seem as though investigators and government authorities are the real target market. These types of programs are by no means new, but this latest commercial software offering shows just how easily it is to gain access to such tools, even for non-technical users.
Boost Your WiFi Signal Using Only a Beer Can : Discovery Channel I love a good hack, especially one that requires me to throw back a cold one before hand (or during). This simple wifi boost has actually been shown to increase signal strength by at least 2 to 4 bars. And, well, I will drink to that. These instructions came to us via WikiHow and we think they are most definitely worth checking out. Glasses-free 3D safe, unless you’re using Jonathan Post’s prototype One of the big drawbacks surrounding 3DTVs are the active shutter glasses that must be worn for 3D viewing, running up to $200 per pair. A glasses-free 3DTV technology has begun circulating the internet in a video hosted at JonathanPost.com, who we don’t know much about. The experiment was Conducted by Luis Carone and managed by Daniel Dias, in it is French director François Vogel.
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High speed password cracking with John the Ripper John the Ripper has been out there for a long time, it’s a great tool for auditing passwords. How does it work, well simple: you take a password file with encrypted (or better hashed) passwords in it and give it to John. The program will first determine what kind of hash algorithm is used and will then start by taking normal words from an extensive wordlist and feed them one by one through the same hash algorithm. If the outcome matches with what is in the file that word is obviously the password. After John has exhausted the wordlist it will try variations on the words. It will start every word with a capital and do the whole list again, than it could try every word backwards, substitute all letter “o” with zero’s, “i” with ones, “s” with “$”, and so on.
Stolen Camera Finder - auto search the more reliable "drag & drop" feature is only supported in chrome and firefox <div id="searchbox-noscript"><form action="/search" method="get"><fieldset><input class="search-textfield" name="serial" type="search" value="enter a serial number" /><input name="searchType" type="hidden" value="NOSCRIPT" /><input class="search-submit" type="submit" value="Search" /></fieldset></form></div><div id="noscript-intro"><div class='intro'>use the serial number stored in your photos to search the web for other photos taken with the same camera</div></div> drag & drop photo here use the serial number stored in your photos to search the web for other photos taken with the same camera Searching fail