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Introduce Yourself / Re: How Is Your Day?
« on: September 23, 2007, 05:09:04 PM »
24/7 ? pero wa lagi makita imong YM sa profile. heheh

hack ***, crack ***...

btaw oi, d lang ko ana kay lisud...  :o

Technology / Re: Pirate Bay complains of denial of service attacks
« on: September 23, 2007, 04:54:45 PM »
nyaaaah! ;D

di na ko mo-comment anaa kay basin sakto akoa theory behind the attack.

Technology / Re: Pirate Bay complains of denial of service attacks
« on: September 23, 2007, 04:50:44 PM »
A denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) is an attempt to make a computer resource unavailable to its intended users.

i think this is the simplest definition man tngali. ;D usa ni sa mga paagi or usa ni sa klase sa attack over the internet.

Check WIKI:

Loon - Bohol / Re: History of Loon, Bohol
« on: September 23, 2007, 04:43:02 PM »
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this is the Tubig-Loon Spring

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This was the place where the Boholano guerillas launched an ambush towards the Japanese invaders.

Technology / New PDF Security Exploit Emerges
« on: September 23, 2007, 04:24:43 PM »
September 21, 2007
New PDF Security Exploit Emerges
By Andy Patrizio

A new vulnerability has emerged in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) and, so far, only Adobe and a white hat hacker know about it. But give the bad guys time.

PDF was the target of another exploit in January, which was quickly fixed. It then emerged earlier this summer as the new method for delivering spam because spam filters have become so efficient at blocking other forms.

PDF-based spam died off in a matter of months because it was too inefficient a means of delivery and the spam filter vendors were able to develop effective means to spot it.

Now, Petko D. Petkov, a.k.a. pdp, is the leader of Gnucitizen, a security Web site and security consultant in the U.K. has found a new JavaScript-based exploit in PDF that would allow malicious JavaScript code to execute on a user's client simply from opening an infected PDF file.

Petkov won't publish proof of concept code because the exploit is so dangerous, PDF is so ubiquitous and "it may take a while for Adobe to fix their closed source product," he wrote on a Gnucitizen posting.

Paul Henry, vice president of technology evangelism for Secure Computing, said even without sample code, it's still enough to send the bad guys off sniffing through the PDF format to find the holes. "Just the fact it has been found makes me think it will become available eventually," he told

Henry said the exploit is particularly insidious because it can embed JavaScript in the file, so an anti-virus scanner may not see it. "In this Web 2.0 world, it's important to scan everything coming over the wire, including scripts with malicious intent," he said.

Adobe has said that it is aware of the problem. "Adobe and Petkov have been in communication," the company said in a statement to "Adobe is currently researching the potential issue. Once this process is complete, Adobe plans to share further information on the topic via the company's Adobe Security Bulletins and Advisories page."

For now, both Adobe and Secure Computing offer the same advice: Never open a PDF from an unknown source and if you get it from a known source but weren't expecting it, double check with that person.

Technology / Firefox 3 Secures Extensions
« on: September 23, 2007, 04:18:51 PM »

September 20, 2007
Firefox 3 Secures Extensions
By Sean Michael Kerner

Among the many reasons why Mozilla's Firefox browser has become popular is the fact that it's relatively easy to build and install add on extensions for it. That ease of extensibility however has a potential dark side to it.

Those same extensions that add power to Firefox, generally speaking, could arguably represent a security risk as well. It's a security gap that Mozilla is now plugging with its Alpha 8 development release of its next generation Firefox 3 browser.

In terms of add-on extension security, Firefox 3 Alpha 8 is specifically targeting the updating of add-ons to make that process more secure.

Mozilla spells out the issue in its guide on the new extension security:

"Firefox currently automatically checks for updates to add-ons using a url specified in the add-on's install manifest. Currently there are no requirements placed on these urls. In particular, neither url is required to be https. This allows either the update manifest or the update package to be compromised, potentially resulting in the injection of malicious updates. A demonstration of one form of compromise is already public."

The new extension security feature will aim to secure updates by a number of mechanisms including using SSL (define), and digital signatures that help to verify the identity and authenticity of the add-on's author. The general idea is that by ensuring that both the update mechanism and integrity of the update package are properly secured, overall safety will be improved.

There still might well be other issues that Mozilla will need to tackle in order to further improve add-on security though.

"It should be stressed that this feature is targeted at ensuring the security of updates to add-ons and has no impact on the security of initial add-on installs," Mozilla admits in its guide.

The Alpha 8 build is what Mozilla considers to be an early developer milestone and is not intended for the general public. In fact one of the rough edges in Firefox 3 Alpha 8 will actually prevent it from launching on Windows Vista if parental controls are enabled.

Mozilla developers have also not yet added in the fix for the QuickTime cross-scripting flaw that was fixed in the mainline Firefox release which came out earlier this week.

Firefox 3 is Mozilla's next generation browser and has been under development since October of 2006 when the first Firefox 3 alpha appeared. Mozilla is currently releasing new milestones every 6 weeks for Firefox 3 with final development expected sometime in 2008.

Loon - Bohol / Re: Maricel Pasilbas: Miss Loon SidlaKasilak 2007
« on: September 23, 2007, 04:03:31 PM »
toink! tapaludo jud? dli pwde bumper? ;D

Loon - Bohol / Re: Maricel Pasilbas: Miss Loon SidlaKasilak 2007
« on: September 23, 2007, 03:49:21 PM »

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LOON’s PRETTIEST.  Barangay Napo lass MARICEL S. PASILBAS (center) flashes her lovely and alluring smile after winning the crown as Miss Loon SidlaKasilak 2007 in the beauty competition held on September 5, 2007 at the Loon Sports and Cultural Center.  This 21-year-old student combines natural grace and brains to win the desired title.  Pasilbas also received the minor award as Miss Photogenic and was chosen Miss Magic Touch Full Hair and Miss Cell Mart as special awards.

At left is beauteous Catherine L. Calunia, 20 years old from Sandingan who landed the 2nd runner-up spot. Calunia also got the special awards as Miss Aldea Smile and Miss Magic Touch Hair Saloon.

At extreme right is sultry beauty Mylene Pedroso of Barangay Canmanoc adjudged as 1st runner-up. Mylene’s perfect figure won for her the minor titles as Best in Swim Wear, Best in Evening Gown, and Miss Beauche International.

speaking of donated computers for police force, just make sure that the system is "CLEAN" and safe. ;D

sorry ha, praning lang ko ania kay binuhatan... i mean for monitoring purposes man sad and internal ra sad sa company, wla man gi-donate. heheh

Technology / Re: NTP (Network Time Protocol)
« on: September 23, 2007, 03:22:29 PM »
hi mike, dili ni sya kaayo common pero this is implemented to some companies nga kinahanglan nga naka-sync ilang time. previously gamit namo ni sya to sync time sa philippine manufacturing plant with the rest of the MFG plants (europe, america, ug asia) then gamit sya sa time-in/time-out sa mga workers pud. ang oras nga makita sa PC ug sa time keeper machines are exactly the same (up to the sec).

Technology / How to Hot Wire a Power Supply
« on: September 23, 2007, 03:11:28 PM »
SAFETY NOTE: Make sure the PSU is turned OFF  before testing.

Hotwire is a kind of testing your old PSU if modagan pa ba. ;)

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- Sample PSU for testing

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- Then pangitaa ang 20/24 pin power plug nga ingon ani ug porma (see above)
- Plug one end of the wire into the 20 or 24 pin power connector using the green wire.

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NOTE: Make sure the power plug to the PSU is off before plugging wire into the contacts in the PSU motherboard connector, and make sure not to touch either end of the bare wires with your fingers.

- Connect the other end sa wire to the one of the black wires (ground)

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- turn ON the PSU, if dili gani motuyok ang fan then possible nga guba ang imong PSU.

Technology / Re: Yahoo Messenger under threats
« on: September 23, 2007, 02:56:16 PM »
yeah, the micro$oft thing... kadtong mo-share daw si bill gate$ sa iyang kayamanan if mo-send ka up to certain numbers. heheh

maka-monitor kaha si gate$ sa tanan emails? heheh

a tip to help minimize spam mails:
- dont post your email address to websites, or send forwarded email messages to bunch of people in your contacts. just in case gusto jud ka mo-forward, use "BCC" instead of "TO" para dili makita ang individual address sa mga tawo.

Linux is not bad for high school studs "if" naa lang proper training or background ang teacher nga mo-handle sa subject. Even in cebu, some private schools migrated to linux OS para sa ilang HS nga program (with the help of local Linux Users Group -

Probably Micro$oft Windows is more useful for a certain police office, pero i believe linux does help high school students especially kung ganahan sila mo-proceed sa field of IT (computer systems administration, firmware development, Java, C and others) or even a black hat hacker will rise from that group.

just my 2 cents...  ;D

Sports and Fitness / Re: Rambol sa Loon, Bohol with King Leon
« on: September 22, 2007, 09:45:41 PM »
karon pa ko ani nga naa diay rambol sa ring sa loon, rambol sa merkado man akoa nahibal-an sauna. :)

Introduce Yourself / Re: Welcome M2M
« on: September 19, 2007, 01:28:09 PM »
basin adik na ka sa tsaa diha ha... hehehe

welcome M2M! ;D

Technology / Re: Hackers Attack U.S. Consulate in Russia
« on: September 18, 2007, 10:28:27 PM »
nobody's 100% secured over a network system. ;) sudlan man gani ang pentagon ug ang website sa mga defensive hackers.  ;D

World Daily News / Re: Dagat - New source of Fuel???
« on: September 12, 2007, 09:15:37 AM »
advantage na kaayo sa pinas... ;D if ever naa na dri...

Introduce Yourself / Re: Balong-balong sa Tubag Bohol
« on: September 10, 2007, 09:31:47 PM »
dba diay barong-barong na sya mike?

Technology / Re: "Storm" worm spoils Labor Day for some
« on: September 10, 2007, 01:24:02 PM »
just got an info mail from <Security Group> that this "Storm" worm creates new variants every 15 minutes.

so be careful in reading emails from unknown senders with the subject line similar to this: “230 dead as storm batters Europe”

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