Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Free Online Virus - Trojan Scan and Free Antivirus Programs

This all of free online virus scanner, Trojan Scanner and Free Antivirus Programs Download.

Online Virus Scanner
Trend Micro Housecall - will scan and remove threats

BitDefender Scan Online - will scan and remove threats

Ewido Online Scanner - (Now AVG) will scan and remove threats

F-Secure Online Scanner - will scan for rootkits as well

Jotti's Online Malware ScanKaspersky Online Scanner - appears to only scan for but not remove threats

Panda Activescan - appears to only scan for but not remove threats

McAfee FreeScan - appears to only scan for but not remove threats

eTrust Antivirus Web Scanner - will scan and remove threats

Symantec Security Check - will scan and remove threats

Windows Live OneCare safety scanner - will scan and remove threats ( And have full service scan to check everything. To help fix particular problems on your PC)

Kaspersky Online Virus Scanner - appears to only scan for but not remove threats

Dr.Web Online Check - user can upload and test for threats on particular files

VirusChief - upload file to scan, do not install software, using several antivirus engines

Trojan Scanner
TrojanScan by

Free Antivirus Programs to Download



Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Free Tools for Removing Spyware, Adware, and Malware

If you have been on the Internet for any length of time, you've probably ran across the topic of spyware, adware, or malware. This is software that has installed on your computer, many times without your permission, or accidentally by clicking on a popup ad, etc. The problem with these programs is they will slow your computer down, make changes to your desktop, homepage, search page, load programs into your taskbar tray and otherwise get in the way.

You can run a free removal program to remove these infections, Listed below are the best freeware programs available on the Internet for removing spyware, adware, and malware :

Adware and Spyware Removal
Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE 1.06

Spybot Search and Destroy 1.4

Microsoft Windows Defender

Ewido Anti-Malwarea² (a-squared) Scanner

Preventing the Installation of Adware and Spyware
SpywareBlaster 3.5.1SpywareGuard 2.2

Specialized Removal Programs
About:Buster - Removal of CWS HomeSearch Hijacker or res:// hijacker

CWShredder 2.19 - CoolWebSearch Removal Tool from Trend Micro

Elite Toolbar Remover

Kill2Me - Removal of Look2Me infections

OmegaKiller for removing hijackers

Helpful Tools for Investigating Adware and Spyware Infections
HijackThis 1.99.1 by Merijn

SysInternals Process Explorer

Sysinterals RootkitRevealer

TCP/IP and Winsock Repair Utilities for Windows XP and 2000
LSPFix by

Winsock XP Fix

XP TCP/IP Repair utility

IEFix Utility for correcting Internet Explorer problems

Program To Remove Sensitive Data from Hard Drive

Eraser is an advanced security tool (for Windows), which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. Works with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 2003 Server and DOS. Eraser is Free software and its source code is released under GNU General Public License.
The patterns used for overwriting are based on Peter Gutmann's paper "Secure Deletion of Data from Magnetic and Solid-State Memory" and they are selected to effectively remove magnetic remnants from the hard drive.

Other methods include the one defined in the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual of the US Department of Defence and overwriting with pseudorandom data. You can also define your own overwriting methods.

Erase files and folders securely.

Eraser Features :

Works with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP (32/64),Vista (32/64), Windows Server 2003 and DOS. It works with any drive including IDE, SCSI and RAID, and CD-RW's.
Uses the Guttmann (Default), Pseudorandom Data and US DoD 5220-22.M methods.
Erases Files and Folders.
Erases Files/Folders that were only previously 'deleted'.
Erases all hard drives using 'Darik's Boot and Nuke' method.
Erases Index.dat on Reboot Erases Encrypted Files and Drives.
Erases FreeSpace on 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and DOS.
Erases contents of the Recycle Bin.Erases Compressed Files and Drives.
Erases Network Files, Floppy Disks, CD-RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW.
Erases Windows Temporary Files.
Erases Internet Cookies.
Erases Paging (swap) file.
Erases Internet Cache.
Appears as an 'Erase' option on the Context Menu of Windows Explorer and Recycle Bin.
Comes with an Eraser Scheduler that allows you to create user-defined tasks.
Defeats File Recovery software applications Hardware tools.
Supports FAT32 and NTFS Files Systems.
Eraser is easy to use and comes with a dedicated support network.

Here to Download Eraser

Note : Before use Eraser Delete Data be sure have backup or no want use the data in future, because this program when delete data no have unrecover program can recover your data.

Thursday, 21 August 2008

How To Protecting Your Privacy Online

Your computer needs to protections to secure and protect your privacy. A recent study on Internet security sponsored by America Online and the National Security Alliance found that while most people thought their computers were secure upwards of 80% contained monitoring software known as "Spyware." Spyware allows companies to download information from your computer without you even knowing it, This is method to protecting your privacy online .

  1. Use a Spyware removal program. Ad-Aware from Lavasoft is free for personal use. Suggestion:
  2. Use a Personal Firewall. In addition to using an Anti-Virus program, a personal firewall is mandatory as it will block unwanted connection attempts. Sygate's Personal Firewall is a good firewall and it's free for personal use.
  3. Change to a More Secure Internet Browser. An excellent free alternative is "Firefox" from Mozilla. Not only is it more secure, you get a built-in pop-up blocker and Google search tool:
  4. Never provide the personal or financial information to a non-secure website. A "secure" website is indicated by "HTTPS" in the address bar, and a small padlock icon in the lower right-hand corner of your browser window: is a free place to check your browser's security.
  5. Never provide confidential - financial information in response to an email request. Legitimate companies will never ask for personal or financial information over an insecure medium like email. Attempts to trick people into revealing personal and financial information through impersonated email messages is known as "Phishing." Some of these messages look very official and may come what appears to be a bona fide bank or company. Beware!. Phishing email messages may be reported to
  6. Read the fine print before typing in private personal information. Always read the privacy policy of a website to understand how they will use your information. Will they share or sell it? Be suspicious if no privacy policy is visible.
  7. Be wary and virus check all email attachments. Never open an unexpected email attachment, Their computers may be infected. Self-spreading worms can infect a computer and then send an infected email-attachment to everyone in the owner's address book.
  8. Never download or accept any file or program from an un-trusted source. Adware and Spyware are frequently bundled with "free" programs. You may download one program and find that your computer becomes infected with a Spyware programs.

Thursday, 14 August 2008

Screen Recording Software

Free software, called Debut, that is a complete video recording and capturing software.

Debut is a very simple and easy to use program that allows you to capture video directly onto your PC from multiple sources including a webcam, a digital video camera, or from a capture device. It can also record anything on your desktop screen, including playing videos.

The cool thing about this software is that you can use it to record anything on your screen or from an external video source. Also, the program has the option to save the video in numerous formats, including AVI, WMV, FLV, ASF, MPG, 3GP, MP4, MOV and more!
So if you want to make a how-to tutorial or instructional video by recording certain procedures on your computer, Debut can do it. If you want to make your videos from your webcam and add captions and effects, Debut can do it. If you want to connect your digital video camera to your computer and record the video to your computer or to a DVD, Debut can do it.
It can also record audio along with video if you are making a instructional video. You can also adjust the resolution and frame rate of the final output video. It even has the option to email the video once the recording is complete.

Other sweet features include the ability to automatically record to two locations at once, such as to your computer and to a backup device. It can also automatically transmit videos over the Internet using FTP.

And if you already have a USB Video Capture Device, Debut will detect it and allow you to record anything that you can connect to the video capture device!

Monday, 11 August 2008

How to Recover Deleted Pictures and Files from Memory Cards

Have you ever accidentally deleted pictures from your cameras’ memory card? Or pressed the “Format” button instead of delete button and wiped your card clean?
Perform a search on Google for “recover photos from memory card”, and you’ll find a ton of programs out there for sale. Most people don’t mind paying to recover some important pictures and that’s why those programs exist.

However, there are also a lot of good open source / freeware apps out there that can usually get the job done. And that’s where the nice people at CONVAR come in - offering a program called PC Inspector Smart Recovery, which can recover lost pictures for free. What’s even better is that it’s extremely easy to use and works well (based on my tests).
PC INSPECTOR Smart Recovery is a 100% free program, which can recover lost data from not only memory sticks, but also for any kind of memory device available nowadays (for the most part). If you’ve deleted any kind of file, you can usually rely on PC INSPECTOR Smart Recovery to recreate and reconstruct the file again, with great accuracy.

PC INSPECTOR Smart Recovery runs on all Win 9x, ME, NT 4.0, XP and Windows™ 2000 systems and supports the following picture formats: .jpg, .amr, .tif, .bmp, .gif, Canon .crw , Fuji .raf , RICOH .raw, Olympus .orf (E-XX), Olympus .orf (C5050), Nokia 3gp, Kodak .dcr, Minolta .mrw, Nikon .nef (D1H/D1X), Nikon .nef (D2H/D2X), Nikon .nef (E5000/E5700), Sigma - Foveon .x3f, mp4, QuickTime .mov (Konica Minolta). Video files in .avi, QuickTime .mov format and audio files in .wav, .dss format can also be recovered.

Sunday, 10 August 2008

10 Warning Signs: Are You Infected Spyware?

It’s been estimated that over 60% of all computers have some kind of spyware installed and most of their owners are unaware! If you are tired of your PC running slow and filling your screen with those nasty pop-up then you will want to read the 10 warning signs listed below. Afterwards check out my “action plan” and what you can do to rid yourself of your spyware infestation.

  1. Browser Hijacks - When I used to get a call from a customer saying that their homepage had suddenly changed, without them doing anything, I knew to bring my anti-spyware fighting software. Malicious programmers love to change your browser settings to transfer your homepage to their “client’s” websites.
  2. PC is Crashing - Without warning, your PC starts crashing, freezing or locking up, but you haven’t added any new software or updated anything recently.
  3. Pop-Ups - You open your browser to visit your favorite blog site then “WHAM!” You are suddenly drowning in pop-ups! Your screen is full of brightly colored lures to porn, gambling or gaming websites. You click on the “Close” or the “X” to shut it down…uh, oh something is downloading to your machine!
  4. Strange Favorites - You notice that there is a strange looking icon in your favorites. You click on it out of curiosity. You are caught in a webring of girly webpages…drat it, you’re at work!
  5. Strange Icon on Desktop or in Systray - You know notice a “winking” red light on the bottom-right in your Systray display. It says you have been infected. You hurriedly click on it to see what is wrong. Then a pop-up appears that says it is downloading an “anti-virus killer”…uh, oh.
  6. Strange New Files Appear - You are poking about in your files and you notice that some odd, spyware-killer software has a folder on your hard drive. Where did that one come from?
  7. Strange Emails - While searching for a note you dropped to the boss, you notice that you have lots of strange emails in your “Send” folder. You didn’t send them, especially the ones in a foreign language.
  8. Strange Toolbars - You open up your browser and now you have 3 toolbars instead of just one. What gives? When you try to remove, or change the settings, they keep coming back no matter what you do.
  9. PC runs sluggish or slow - Granted your computer may not be the newest kid on the block but lately it has been moving slower than the Street Dept fixing a pothole. It takes several minutes for it logon and go out on the web. And it takes forever for you do to the simplest things anymore.
  10. Hard Drive is running all the time - You have noticed that your hard drive is running all the time now. Even when nobody is on the machine! You can see the activity light blinking away and you can also hear the drive being accessed. Huh?
    Action Plan - What to do next…

Download from the Net or buy a good anti-spyware software package. For free try Ad-Aware or SpyBot’s S&D. Or use SpySweeper if you need an industrial strength cleaner.Scan your hard drive and follow any instructions on removing items.Install a good personal firewall program to slow down pop-ups and other nastiness.

Thursday, 7 August 2008

Speed Up Computer (Win XP), Part5


If you have more than 256MB of RAM this tweak will considerably improve your performance. It basically makes sure that your PC uses every last drop of memory (faster than swap file) before it starts using the swap file :

  1. Go to Start --> Run -->Type "msconfig" then ok
  2. Click on the System.ini tab --> Expand the 386enh tab by clicking on the plus sign
  3. Click on new then in the blank box type "ConservativeSwapfileUsage =1" Click OK
  4. Restart PC


This is one of my favourite tweaks as it makes a huge difference to how fast your machine will ‘feel’. What this tweak does is remove the slight delay between clicking on a menu and XP displaying the menu :

  1. Go to Start then RunType "Regedit" then click Ok
  2. Find "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\ Select --> "MenuShowDelay"
  3. Right click and select "Modify"
  4. Reduce the number to around "100" This is the delay time before a menu is opened
  5. You can set it to "0" but it can make windows really hard to use as menus will open if you just look at them - well move your mouse over them anyway. I tend to go for anywhere between 50-150 depending on you decide


This little tweak tends to work for most programs. If your program doesn’t load properly just undo the change. For any program :

  1. Right-click on the icon "shortcut" you use to launch the program
  2. Select propertiesIn the 'target' box, add '/prefetch:1' at the end of the line
  3. Click "Ok"
  4. your programs will now load faster.

How to Promote Web Site, Part2

The other way to Promote web site is a create text link, or anchor text from anyway have a high Page Rank.

Linking from high Page Rank(PR=4 is good) is have a many traffic and visitor can to see your web site .

Like this style in below, This is my style of text link or anchor text link put in to bottom of posts.

lingerie clothes | Discount Belt | Handbag | Comedy Book | Green Tea | Pampers Baby Wipes | Wallets & Billfold | Canon Powershot | Luvable Friends | New Balance Shoe | Bali Bars |Best Condoms | baby car seat | melissa & doug | Sonicare Toothbrush | Software Book | Logitech QuickCam | Yoga Mat

Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Speed Up Computer (Win XP), Part4


System Restore can be a useful if your computer is having problems, however storing all the restore points can literally take up Gigabytes of space on your hard drive. To turn off System Restore :
  1. Open Control Panel --> Click on Performance and Maintenance
  2. Click on System --> Click on the System Restore tab --> Tick ‘Turn off System Restore on All Drives’ Click ‘Ok’


Surprisingly, the beeps that your computer makes for various system sounds can slow it down, particularly at startup and shut-down. To fix this turn off the system sounds :
  1. Open Control Panel --> Click Sounds and Audio Devices
  2. Check Place volume icon in taskbar --> Click Sounds Tab
  3. Choose “No Sounds” for the Sound Scheme --> Click “No”Click “Apply”Click “OK”


A great new feature in M’zoft Windows XP is the ability to do a boot defragment. This places all boot files next to each other on the disk to allow for faster booting. By default this option in enables but on some builds it is not so below is how to turn it on :
  1. Go to Start Menu and Click RunType in “Regedit” then click ok
  2. Find “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Dfrg\BootOpt imizeFunction”
  3. Select “Enable” from the list on the rightRight on it and select “Modify”Change the value to “Y to enable”
  4. Reboot

Tuesday, 5 August 2008

Speed Up Computer (Win XP), Part3


Your desktop background consumes a fair amount of memory and can slow the loading time of your system. Removing it will improve performance.
  1. Right click on Desktop and select Properties
  2. Select the Desktop tab --> In the Background window select None
  3. Click Ok


Fonts, especially TrueType fonts, use quite a bit of system resources. For optimal performance, trim your fonts down to just those that you need to use on a daily basis and fonts that applications may require.

  1. Open Control Panel --> Open Fonts folder
  2. Move fonts you don’t need to a temporary directory (e.g. C:\fontbackup) just in case you need or want to bring a few of them back. The more fonts you uninstall, the more system resources you will gain


Because Windows XP has to be all things to all people it has many services running that take up system resources that you will never need. Below is a list of services that can be disabled on most machines :



Computer Browser

Distributed Link Tracking Client

Fast User Switching

Help and Support - (If you use Windows Help and Support leave this enabled)

Human Interface Access Devices

Indexing Service

IPSEC Services


Netmeeting Remote Desktop Sharing (disabled for extra security)

Portable Media Serial Number

Remote Desktop Help Session Manager (disabled for extra security)

Remote Procedure Call Locator

Remote Registry (disabled for extra security)

Remote Registry Service

Secondary Logon

Routing & Remote Access (disabled for extra security)

ServerSSDP Discovery Service - (Unplug n’ Pray will disable this)



Upload Manager

Universal Plug and Play Device Host

Wireless Zero Configuration (Do not disable if you use a wireless network)


To disable these services:

Go to Start and then Run and type “services.msc”Doubleclick on the service you want to changeChange the startup type to ‘Disable”

Monday, 4 August 2008

Speed Up Computer (Win XP), Part2


If you give your pagefile a fixed size it saves the operating system from needing to resize the page file.

  1. Right click on My Computer --> select Properties --> Select the Advanced tab
  2. Under Performance choose the Settings button --> Select the Advanced tab again and under Virtual Memory select Change
  3. Highlight the drive containing your page file and make the initial Size of the file the same as the Maximum Size of the file

Windows XP sizes the page file to about 1.5X the amount of actual physical memory by default.

While this is good for systems with smaller amounts of memory (under 512MB) it is unlikely that a typical XP desktop system will ever need 1.5 X 512MB or more of virtual memory. If you have less than 512MB of memory, leave the page file at its default size. If you have 512MB or more, change the ratio to 1:1 page file size to physical memory size.


There are lots of ways to do this but by far the easiest is to run TCP/IP Optimizer.

  1. Download TCP/IP Optimizer --> ( and
  2. install --> Click the General Settings tab and select your Connection Speed (Kbps)
  3. Click Network Adapter and choose the interface you use to connect to the Internet
  4. Check Optimal Settings then Apply
  5. Reboot


download from( - Download Freeware and Shareware Computer Utilities.) BootVis will significantly improve boot times

  1. Download and Run
  2. Select Trace
  3. Select Next Boot and Driver Trace
  4. A Trace Repetitions screen will appear, select Ok and Reboot
  5. Upon reboot, BootVis will automatically start, analyze and log your system’s boot process. When it’s done, in the menu go to Trace and select Optimize System
  6. Reboot
  7. When your machine has rebooted wait until you see the Optimizing System box appear. Be patient and wait for the process to complete

Sunday, 3 August 2008

Speed Up Computer (Win XP), Part1


Indexing Services is a small little program that uses large amounts of RAM and can often make a computer endlessly loud and noisy. This system process indexes and updates lists of all the files that are on your computer. It does this so that when you do a search for something on your computer, it will search faster by scanning the index lists. If you don’t search your computer often. To disable do the following :
  1. Go to Start --> Control Panel --> Double-click Add/Remove Programs
  2. Click the Add/Remove Window Components
  3. Uncheck the Indexing services
  4. Click Next


Windows XP can look sexy but displaying all the visual items can waste system resources. To optimise :

  1. Go to Start --> Control Panel --> Click System
  2. Click Advanced tab --> In the Performance tab click Settings
  3. Leave only the following ticked :
  • Show shadows under menus
  • Show shadows under mouse pointer
  • Show translucent selection rectangle
  • Use drop shadows for icons labels on the desktop
  • Use visual styles on windows and buttons


You may have noticed that everytime you open my computer to browse folders that there is a slight delay. This is because Windows XP automatically searches for network files and printers everytime you open Windows Explorer. To fix this and to increase browsing significantly :

  1. Open My Computer --> Click on Tools menu --> Click on Folder Options
  2. Click on the View tab --> Uncheck the Automatically search for network folders and printers in check box
  3. Click Apply --> Click Ok
  4. Reboot Your Computer

Saturday, 2 August 2008


When want view IP ADDRESS in our computer by use this way :

  • Start --> Run --> Type "cmd " ,OK
  • Type "ipconfig" , Enter

When want view IP ADDRESS in process with Internet :

  • Go to this Web it show IP ADDRESS

Note : IP ADDRESS in process with Internet is generate by ISP (Internet Service Provider)

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Method Open IE in New Window

When view the web page, the mouse cursor over on Link if click mouse, the IE can open new window, but some web site when mouse cursor over the link then click it open in same window, method open IE in new window :

When mouse cursor over on link click the right button --> Select option --> Open in new window, also the IE open link in new window.