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  1. 13 points
    DJ Overdose

    Hi Nsanes

    Hiya, Im DJ Overdose from London, UK. Been a long time lurker here and nsanedown for years it seems. Member and Mod on some other Tech forums so some people may by chance know me already. Been a semi pro DJ for over 25 years, vinyl and digital. Made a couple tunes years ago, and played radio, clubs etc. Now just a legend in my own front room lol Had to finally bite the bullet and get on board literally as latest Eset finally beat me. Got experience in script kiddy hacking, tech, audio visual, bits on cars, pcs, networking, and most of all Health & Safety! Best wishes N-Joi DJ OD
  2. 11 points

    IObit Uninstaller Pro Portable

    Update patch- IObit Uninstaller Pro 9.x.x.x Site: https://tinyurl.com Sharecode: /y4vzuu4g
  3. 11 points

    new member

    Hi Fabulous...welcome to the most fabulous site on the entire internet.
  4. 10 points

    Hi Nsanes

    Welcome to Nsane and be sure you look through all topics and sub topics as there is something for everyone ..... Enjoy your stay
  5. 9 points

    Hi Nsanes

    Hello @DJ Overdose from Belgium and welcome to NsaneForums!!! I hope you enjoy the forums! Have a nice day. hpwamr
  6. 7 points

    Microsoft Products Activation [Office] - Keys & Support

    Successful Offline Activation Office19ProPlus2019MSDNR_Retail edition Successful Online Activation Office19VisioPro2019R_Retail edition Successful Online ActivationOffice19ProjectPro2019R_Retail edition Please check your Product and let us know. Please Remember to make a quick backup of your Product, as you await for the key to be published
  7. 7 points

    PeaZip 6.9.0

    PeaZip is a free archiver and file manager utility, based on solid and proven Open Source technology of 7-Zip and other great Open Source tools (like FreeARC, PAQ, UPX...) for supporting additional file formats and features, in order to provide an all purpose zip utility featuring a powerful unified GUI that, unlike most of other classic file archivers like i.e. WinZip and WinRar, is natively portable and cross-platform, being available for Windows, Linux, and BSD. The program features powerful and flexible inclusion/exclusion filters and search tools, provide optional two factor authentication through password and keyfile, and allows to deeply fine tune the task's definitions, exposing through a single, consistent front end GUI the options of underlying applications. Thanks to Astron for the update. Download
  8. 7 points


  9. 6 points
    Enhancer for YouTube is an add-on for Firefox and Chrome which offers a ton of customization There are a lot of quirks in YouTube, but we have plenty of workarounds for most issues. Most of these are possible thanks to add-ons. Today, we take a look at Enhancer for YouTube. It is an add-on for Firefox and Chrome, that can change the way you experience the streaming service. The extension adds a ton of features including better playback controls, removal of advertisement, and an option to detach and pin the player. Tip: Check out our guide on fixing choppy video playback on YouTube. Enhancer for YouTube When you install the add-on, a settings page (and a help page?) should open. You can always access the settings from the toolbar icon. It has a ton of options and we'll discuss the most important ones here. Enhancer for YouTube displays a toolbar on every YouTube page, and it has some buttons which let you control the video player. You can use the add-on's settings page to enable/disable the buttons which appear on the toolbar. The Remove ads button disables advertisements from the videos. If you're using Ublock Origin or another content blocker, just ignore this setting as ads are taken care of already. If you wish to support your favorite channel you can whitelist them so that ads are displayed if the channel uses YouTube's monetization options. The film reel icon is for enabling the cinema mode while the arrows icon is for resizing the video player. Detach Video Player This is one of the best features in Enhancer. The "detach video player" option (icon with the 2 squares) opens the video player in a separate window. You can scroll pages while watching the video in the pop-up player, but, if you click inside any window, the pop-up player shifts to the background. If you want to pin it, i.e. stay on top on other Windows (including another Firefox Window), you will need to use a third-party app, AutoHotKey, to execute a script. This is not the add-on's fault, but because of limitations for extensions. The pinned player's size and position can be customized as well. (Firefox users, refer to the closing words section for a better option.) Volume Booster This option is disabled by default because using this disables another feature (controlling the playback speed). But the volume booster can be priceless when you're watching a video that has low audio levels or when you are used to changing the volume using the mouse wheel. Themes Enhancer has many built-in themes to choose from which changes the appearance of the YouTube website. You can also use custom CSS themes: just paste the script in the add-on. The video player can also be themed but it only works in Cinema mode. To do so just pick a colour from the palette and set the opacity. Automatic video settings You can set the default playback, volume and resolution that videos should play on YouTube. In fact, you can even set your second, third and fourth choice of resolution and the extension picks the first that is available based on your priority. The add-on can optionally remove all annotations from a video. You can set the add-on to enable Theater mode, expand video descriptions, and sort comments from recent ones from the settings page. These settings are all automated once set; there is nothing that you need to do after you enable them in the settings of the extension. Custom Scripts The add-on supports custom Javascripts that you want to be executed when YouTube is loaded; this is an advanced feature of the extension and probably only useful to a handful of users who want to add or change functionality on YouTube even more. Other options Loop mode can be enabled to replay the same video endlessly. Useful, if you have an ear worm (the musical kind, obviously). You can use Enhancer for YouTube to set the following filters: Gaussian blur, Brightness, Blur, Contrast, Grayscale, Hue rotation, colour inversion, Saturation and Sepia. Tip: To access the filters, you need to right-click on the filters button. Keyboard Shortcuts and Mouse wheel You can hit Space to Play/Pause the video while the tab / video player is active. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to increase/decrease the volume, and the left/right arrow keys or "J" and "I" to rewind/fast-forward. The official support portal lists all the shortcuts (there are far too many to list here) that work with Enhancer. To change a video's speed, hold the control key while using the mouse wheel. You can play it at 0.1x speed and over 100x. The audio controls aren't enabled be default. So, you need to check the "Control the volume level with the mouse wheel......" option to change the volume quickly using the mouse wheel. Closing words Enhancer is really good, and feels like it has the features that YouTube should've had by default. Mozilla is working on a built-in option for Picture-in-Picture support for videos. It was originally planned to be included in Firefox 68, but a Mozilla engineer has confirmed that it will remain in Beta/Developer Editions and Nightly for the foreseeable future. You can manually enable it from about:config. How to enable Picture in Picture mode in Firefox If you're on Firefox 68 or above, you can search for the following keys and set them to true: media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.enabled media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.video-toggle.enabled media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.video-toggle.flyout-enabled Firefox's PiP mode works on other sites too, like Twitch for example. Tip: you can check out other YouTube add-ons that enhance your experience. Check out the review of Iridium as a start. Source: Enhancer for YouTube is an add-on for Firefox and Chrome which offers a ton of customization (gHacks)
  10. 6 points

    Anti-Piracy Efforts Are Unlikely to Beat Sci-Hub

    Elsevier and other academic publishers see 'pirate' site Sci-Hub as a major threat to their billion-dollar industries. Many researchers, however, can't function properly without the notorious site. Since anti-piracy efforts are unlikely to beat the site, perhaps it's time for the publishers to draw a lesson from Sci-Hub instead? Sci-Hub has often been referred to as “The Pirate Bay of Science,” but that description really sells the site short. While both sites are helping the public to access copyrighted content without permission, Sci-Hub has also become a crucial tool that arguably helps the progress of science. The site allows researchers to bypass expensive paywalls so they can read articles written by their fellow colleagues. The information in these ‘pirated’ articles is then used to provide the foundation for future research. What the site does is not permitted, according to the law, but in the academic world, Sci-Hub is praised by many. In particular, those who don’t have direct access to expensive journals but aspire to excel in their academic field. This leads to a rather intriguing situation where many of the ‘creators,’ the people who write academic articles, are openly supporting the site. By doing so, they go directly against the major publishers, including the billion-dollar company Elsevier, which are the rightsholders. Elsevier previously convinced the courts that Sci-Hub is a force of evil. Many scientists, however, see it as an extremely useful tool. This was illustrated once again by a ‘letter to the editor’ Dr. Prasanna R Deshpande sent to the Journal of Health & Allied Sciences recently. While Deshpande works at the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at Poona College of Pharmacy, his latest writing is entirely dedicated to copyright and Sci-Hub. In his published letter (no paywall), the researcher explains why a site such as Sci-Hub is important for the scientific community as a whole. The Indian researcher points out that Sci-Hub’s main advantage is that it’s free of charge. This is particularly important for academics in developing countries, who otherwise don’t have the means to access crucial articles. Sci-Hub actually allows these people to carry out better research. “A researcher generally has to pay some money ($30 or more per article on an average) for accessing the scholarly articles. However, the amount may not be ‘small’ for a researcher/research scholar, especially from a developing country,” Deshpande notes. Aside from the cost issue, Sci-hub is often seen as more convenient as well. Many professors use the site and a recent survey found that it’s used to conduct research by 62.5% of all medical students across six countries in Latin America. According to Deshpande, these and other arguments lead to the conclusion that Sci-Hub should be supported, at least until there is a good alternative. “Reading updated knowledge is one of the essential parts of lifelong learning. Currently, Sci‑Hub is the only answer for this. Therefore, Sci‑Hub has various advantages because of which it should be supported,” Deshpande concludes. This is of course just the opinion of one researcher, but the web is riddled with similar examples. A simple Twitter search shows that many academics are sharing Sci-Hub links among each other, and some have even created dedicated websites to show some of the latest working Sci-Hub mirrors. The major publishers are obviously not happy with this. Aside from lawsuits against Sci-Hub, they regularly send takedown notices to sites that link to infringing articles, including Google. Recently Elsevier took it a step further by going after Citationsy, a tool that allows academics and researchers to manage citations and reference lists. The service previously published a blog post summing up some options for people to download free research articles. This blog post also linked to Sci-Hub. Elsevier clearly didn’t like this, and sent its lawyer after Citationsy, requesting it to remove the link. Citantionsy founder Cenk Özbakır initially wasn’t sure how to respond. Linking to a website isn’t necessarily copyright infringement. However, challenging a multi-billion dollar company on an issue like this is a battle that’s hard to win. Eventually, Özbakır decided to remove it, pointing to a Google search instead. However, not without being rather critical of the move by Elsevier and its law firm Bird & Bird. “I have of course taken down any links to Sci-Hub on Citationsy.com. @ElsevierLabs obviously thinks making money is more important than furthering science. Congratulations, @twobirds! We all now that the only thing this will achieve is less people reading papers,” Özbakır wrote on Twitter. The ‘linking’ issue was later picked up by BoingBoing which also pointed out that many of Elsevier’s own publications include links to Sci-Hub, as we also highlighted in the past. While not all researchers are unanimously backing Sci-Hub, it appears that this type of enforcement may not be the best way forward. Pressuring people with cease and desist notices, filing lawsuits, and sending takedown notices certainly isn’t sustainable in the long term, especially if they target people in the academic community. Perhaps Elsevier and other publishers should use the massive popularity of Sci-Hub as a signal that something is clearly wrong with what they are offering. Instead of trying to hide piracy by sweeping it under the rug, Elsevier could learn from it and adapt. VIEW: Original Article.
  11. 6 points

    Blackbird V6 1.0.79

    Blackbird V6 1.0.79 Blackbird V6 is a tool for optimizing privacy, security and performance settings on Windows systems. Portable and flexible program with the ability to rollback changes. Homepage: https://www.getblackbird.net/ Download for Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista: https://www.getblackbird.net/download/Blackbird_v1.0.79_x64.zip https://www.getblackbird.net/download/Blackbird_v1.0.79_x32.zip Portable, Restorable, Flexible. No installation, with a focus on leaving the smallest possible footprint, Blackbird is a single, portable exe with granular switches available. Want to restore everything back? We got you covered. Blocks telemetry completely. Block Windows spyware, on both the application and network level, without editing the HOSTS file or firewall settings and remove all Windows telemetry updates. Removes Windows Ads. Remove all Windows built-in advertising and any preinstalled app you want. Stop your PC from downloading and installing sponsored software in the background. Restores Privacy. Prevent diagnostic data, passwords, contacts, URL, SMS, handwritting, location, and P2P-update sharing. Remove unique ad-ID tracking token and built-in advertising. What Blackbird Does > Disables OneDrive > Disables Cortana (Kill Cortana completely with -kc switch; See Command-line Switches below) > Disables Bing-integration > Disables all AutoLoggers > Disables Wi-Fi Sense > Disables system-wide telemetry (on all editions of Windows 10 and older) > Disables all OS advertising (tips, pop-ups, suggested apps, etc.) > Disables all Xbox Live services > Disables web content evaluation ("SmartScreen") and prevents URL check-in > Disables Windows Media online DRM > Disables Windows P2P Update sharing > Disables hidden Windows metric startup tasks > Disables all diagnostic tracking services > Disables all application metric-data collection agents > Prevents system read access to already collected diagnostic data > Prevents any location/contacts/messages/handwritting/password sharing > Prevents cross-device synchronization (ie; Windows Phone auto-syncing with PC account data) > Removes GWX and Windows 10 upgrade pop-ups > Removes Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) > Removes your unique ad-tracking ID token > Removes a bunch of Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 telemetry updates (View full list here) > Removes Superfish, eDellRoot, HP Touchpoint Analytics, VisualDiscovery and other security risks > Removes all pre-install Windows 10 Upgrade files/folders on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 > Blocks 300+ different tracking/telemetry/ad servers (View full list here) > Patches various data leaks (IE/Edge, Explorer, Defender, MRT, SMB) > Applies various network tweaks (enables RSS,ctcp,tcp-offload,ECN) INCLUDES: >Blackbird App Manager (Windows 10 only) : Block any system application the easy & user-friendly way. >Blackbird STD : Force removal of stubborn spy tasks. >Backup & Restore : Save current system settings to an external file restorable at any time. Command-line Switches. Blackbird can also be invoked in CMD with the following switches available: blackbird -v = Verbose Mode - Displays additional information on all changes as they're being made. blackbird -s = Silent Mode - Skips all pauses. Can be used with other switches independantly, good for scripts. blackbird -r = Recovery Mode - Restores/resets all changes made by Blackbird. blackbird -bak = Backup Mode - Save current system settings to an external file restorable at any time. blackbird -std = SpyTask Destroyer - Force remove stubborn spy tasks (See ReadMe). blackbird -scan = A full privacy scan of your system. blackbird -noupdate = Skip blacklisted KB updates removal. (Not avaliable on Windows 10) blackbird -nohost = Skip host blocking. blackbird -nospeed = Skip system optimizations. blackbird -p = Enable/Disable Diagnostic Policy Service blackbird -t = Enable/Disable Sensors / Auto-screen rotation on tablets. blackbird -d = Enable/Disable Windows Defender. blackbird -e = Enable/Disable SMB over NetBIOS (close listening port 445). blackbird -h = Enable/Disable Hibernation (deletes hiberfil.sys file from root). blackbird -u = Enable/Disable auto-installation of Windows updates / Sets to manual download and install only. blackbird -m = Enable/Disable auto-installation of Malicious Removal Tool updates. (Not avaliable on Windows 10) blackbird -n = Remove Blackbird network blocks. blackbird -i = Fix Bluetooth pairing issues. blackbird -l = Fix network/LAN connectivity issues. blackbird -? = Displays help information. Changes for v1.0.79 - Added more hosts to blacklist - Added basic syntax notations to the backup file. - Fixed "GetRegForce not found" errors on 32bit version. - Fixed Nvidia Telemetry service still getting removed if Geforce Experience is installed. - Fixed a few SettingsSync/DeviceAccess registry keys not getting modified properly on Windows 10. - Fixed a small number of registry keys not getting backed up.
  12. 5 points

    ‘Google Blocked TorrentFreak From Appearing in Search Feature’

    Documents released by whistleblower Zachary Vorhies suggests that Google actively blocked hundreds of sites, including TorrentFreak, from its Google Now service. The blocklist doesn't provide a specific reason for the blockade, but other sites are flagged for having a high user block rate or for peddling hoax stories. Vorhies has shared the documents with the US Department of Justice. At TorrentFreak, we have written hundreds of articles about website blocking and censorship. Today, we’re featured in one ourselves. Leaked Google documents reveal that TorrentFreak.com shows up in one of Google’s previously unknown blocklists, which actively hides our domain from the Google Now service. Google Now was a Google search feature that presented users with informational cards, to provide users with more details on subjects of interest to them. While the brand no longer exists, the feature is still present in the Google Android app and its feed. The controversial blocklist is part of a treasure trove of files that were leaked by whistleblower Zachary Vorhies, who shared them with Project Veritas. The entire collection of files uncovers many previously unknown policies and actions from Google. “These documents were available to every single employee within the company that was full-time. And so as a fulltime employee at the company, I just searched for some keywords and these documents started to pop up,” Vorhies said. The Google Now blocklist, which is available here, contains nearly 500 domain names. The file starts with APKMirror, eBay and some Google sites, and then continues with several torrent related sites including The Pirate Bay, RARBG and EZTV, as well as some that no longer exist. TorrentFreak.com is grouped in with the torrent sites. While the list doesn’t give a reason for the block, it appears that it’s related to the subject of piracy. Torrent blocks The list then continues with sites that are tagged due to having a “high user block rate.” These include quite a few conservative websites. As the description suggests, they may have been filtered because a lot of users block these sites. Further down the list, there are also a dozen sites that are supposedly “flagged for peddling hoax stories.” High user block rate This isn’t the first Google leak story by Project Veritas. The outlet previously published internal Google documents about what it described as “algorithmic unfairness.” Google obviously wasn’t happy with the leaks. The company reportedly sent a threatening letter to Vorhies after it uncovered his identity, and the San Fransisco police later visited the Google insider for a “mental health” check. The turn of events triggered Vorhies to release the documents in public and step out of the shadows. In addition to sharing the information publicly, he also sent the data dump to the US Department of Justice’s antitrust division. TorrentFreak is not able to independently verify the authenticity of the blocklist or any of the other materials that were leaked. It’s also not clear whether the list is up-to-date and still actively used. We reached out to a Google spokesperson to find out more. including why our site appears on this list, but at the time of writing, we have yet to hear back. A full copy of all the leaked files, which also contains other documents about censorship, hiring practices, and psychological research, is accessible via Project Veritas. The site also published a detailed video interview with the whistleblower. VIEW: Original Article.
  13. 5 points

    [JOTD] Joke of the day

  14. 5 points

    Nvidia graphics card listing hints at RTX 2080 Ti Super

    Forward-looking: Nvidia remans unchallenged in the ‘enthusiast’ video card category, with its all-powerful RTX 2080 Ti sitting at the top of the pile. But could the company be preparing a new entry in the RTX GeForce line? Perhaps a Super version of its flagship? Some newly discovered information suggests this might be the case. As reported by Tom’s Hardware, AID64, the popular system information, diagnostics, and benchmarking tool, added data in its changelog relating to an unannounced Nvidia GeForce RTX T10-8 graphics card. There are few details on the mysterious card, but we know it is based on Nvidia’s TU102 die, which is currently only found in the company’s most powerful and expensive offerings: The RTX 2080 Ti, Titan RTX, Qudaro RTX 8000, and Quadro RTX 6000. One possibility is that this could be a ‘Black’ version of the Titan RTX. Nvidia did release a GTX Titan Black back in 2014, and this RTX incarnation may boost the clock speed or increase the memory of the Titan RTX. What’s just as likely is that the card is an RTX 2080 Ti Super, which will sit in the gap between the RTX 2080 Ti and the Titan RTX in terms of both price and performance. Hopefully, this card will offer more of a performance boost over its standard version than the RTX 2080 Super, which is only slightly faster than the RTX 2080. Earlier this month, AMD boss Lisa Su confirmed that high-end Navi cards are “on track.” When they do arrive, they could be a serious rival for the RTX 2080 Ti, which would explain why Nvidia might be preparing an even more powerful product. VIEW: Original Article.
  15. 5 points
    YouTube has announced that it will update its manual Content-ID claiming policy. Starting next month, rightsholders are forbidden from manually claiming videos that use short or unintentional music fragments. Those who repeatedly violate this new policy will have their manual claiming rights revoked. With the new policy, YouTube hopes to improve fairness in the creator ecosystem. Millions of people use YouTube to share their creations with the world, as commentary, entertainment, education, or for any other purpose they see fit. In most cases, these videos remain online without any issues. However, for some creators, YouTube’s copyright enforcement is causing a mess, one that severely affects their day-to-day activities. We’ve repeatedly covered problems with YouTube’s Content-ID system dating as far back as eight years ago. Most of these issues are the result of overbroad filters, often when YouTube finds a copyright match where it shouldn’t. However, the problems go much deeper than random ‘bot’ mistakes. YouTube allows certain copyright holders to make “manual” Content-ID claims as well. This allows them to flag content that’s not caught by Content-ID. However, despite the fact that these claims are reviewed by a person, some are rather frivolous. In some instances, it appears that just mentioning the title of an artist or song can result in a manual copyright claim, even though the audio itself isn’t used in the video. After many YouTube creators bitterly complained about these types of abuse, which deprives them of revenue, YouTube is beginning to change its policies. “One concerning trend we’ve seen is aggressive manual claiming of very short music clips used in monetized videos. These claims can feel particularly unfair, as they transfer all revenue from the creator to the claimant, regardless of the amount of music claimed,” the YouTube team explains. Last month the video service took the first step by requiring copyright holders to provide timestamps for all manual claims, precisely identifying what they see as infringing. This week, the company goes a step further. In an effort to create a fairer creator ecosystem, YouTube will soon forbid copyright holders from using the manual claiming process to monetize videos that feature short or unintentional music fragments. This means, for example, that a three-second music clip in a longer video can no longer be claimed this way. The same would likely be true for a song that unintentionally plays in the background on a TV or radio. The YouTube team notes that these additional changes are intended to improve fairness in the creator ecosystem. The company hopes that it will ultimately lead to fewer unfair and aggressive practices by some rightsholders. In addition, the policy update also copes with a stick for rightsholders, which is relatively rare for YouTube. Those rightsholders who repeatedly violate the new policy can lose their manual Content-ID claiming rights. “Once we start enforcement, copyright owners who repeatedly fail to adhere to these policies will have their access to Manual Claiming suspended,” YouTube writes. While this change is a big step, it only impacts a relatively small number of claims. Automated Content-ID claims, which represent the vast majority, are not affected by the policy update. In addition, copyright holders can still manually claim short or unintentional uses of their work. However, instead of taking the monetization option, they can choose to prevent any type of monetization of the video, or block it altogether. It remains to be seen how happy video creators will be with this new policy once it goes into effect mid-September. In theory, the result could see more videos get blocked, as YouTube recognizes. “We acknowledge that these changes may result in more blocked content in the near-term, but we feel this is an important step toward striking the right balance over the long-term. Our goal is to unlock new value for everyone by powering creative reuse and content mashups, while fairly compensating all rightsholders,” the YouTube team concludes. Time will tell whether the changes have the intended effect, or if the current problems will persist. VIEW: Original Article.
  16. 5 points

    NTLite (x86/x64)

    NTLite (x86/x64) NTLite, successor of nLite, is the cutting edge Windows configuration tool made by an independent developer. Create a personalized and optimized Windows version by removing unnecessary components, such as languages, screensavers, MS Paint, drivers, services, Internet Explorer and .NET Framework, etc. Features: Live install modifications Component Removal Hardware Targeting Driver, Update, Language Pack and Application Integration Tweaks Unattended Setup Disk Partitioning Application Installation Automation Pending Changes Overview And many more Changelog (v1.8.0.7095) NEW Settings: ‘Suggest ways I can finish setting up my device online’ option UPGRADE General: Windows 10 build 18956 Insider Preview support Downloader: State column split UI-Translation: Thanks for Chinese Simplified (Gskening), Portugues-Brasil (Igor) FIX Components-Win7: Driver integration might fail after driver removals Components-Win7: ‘Shell Search’ removal leftovers (first disable Feature for UI removal) Homepage: https://www.ntlite.com Changelog: https://www.ntlite.com/changelog/ Release Date: 2019-08-13 OS: Windows 7, 8 and 10 Language: Multilingual Download Page: https://www.ntlite.com/download/ DOWNLOAD: ============================== Installer/Portable (32-bit) (9.91 MB): http://downloads.ntlite.com/files/NTLite_setup_x86.exe Installer/Portable (64-bit) (11.45 MB): http://downloads.ntlite.com/files/NTLite_setup_x64.exe ============================== Note: No medicine available.
  17. 4 points

    [Frontpaged] AIMP 4.60 Build 2144

    AIMP 4.60 Build 2144 Download - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ti4jM3KFuirn7qgnIYxAbyZSq1rMvgJm/view Download Page - http://www.aimp.ru/?do=download Changes in 4.60 Build 2144: General: 3rd party libraries were updated
  18. 4 points

    Microsoft Products Activation [Office] - Keys & Support

    Office16_ProPlusMSDNR_Retail Partial Key: -WB6K2 Error code: 0xC004C008
  19. 4 points
    SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department is expected to extend a reprieve given to Huawei Technologies that permits the Chinese firm to buy supplies from U.S. companies so that it can service existing customers, two sources familiar with the situation said. The “temporary general license” will be extended for Huawei for 90 days, the sources said. Commerce initially allowed Huawei to purchase some American-made goods in May shortly after blacklisting the company in a move aimed at minimizing disruption for its customers, many of which operate networks in rural America. An extension will renew an agreement set to lapse on August 19, continuing the Chinese company’s ability to maintain existing telecommunications networks and provide software updates to Huawei handsets. The situation surrounding the license, which has become a key bargaining chip for the United States in its trade negotiations with China, remains fluid and the decision to continue the Huawei reprieve could change ahead of the Monday deadline, the sources said. U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to discuss Huawei in a call this weekend, one of the sources said. Huawei did not have an immediate comment. China’s foreign ministry did not immediately respond to a faxed request for comment. When the Commerce Department blocked Huawei from buying U.S. goods earlier this year, it was seen as a major escalation in the trade war between the world’s two top economies. The U.S. government blacklisted Huawei alleging the Chinese company is involved in activities contrary to national security or foreign policy interests. As an example, the blacklisting order cited a criminal case pending against the company in federal court, over allegations Huawei violated U.S. sanctions against Iran. Huawei has pleaded not guilty in the case. The order noted that the indictment also accused Huawei of “deceptive and obstructive acts”. At the same time the United States says Huawei’s smartphones and network equipment could be used by China to spy on Americans, allegations the company has repeatedly denied. The world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker is still prohibited from buying American parts and components to manufacture new products without additional special licenses. Many Huawei suppliers have requested the special licenses to sell to the firm. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told reporters late last month he had received more than 50 applications, and that he expected to receive more. Source
  20. 4 points

    Microsoft Products Activation [Office] - Keys & Support

  21. 4 points

    [Frontpaged] GoodSync Pro

    GoodSync Pro Download - https://www.goodsync.com/download/GoodSync-v10-Setup.exe Changes in Auto Jobs + Options/Browse dialog: Fixed Folder Monitoring could start before final commit. WebDAV: add non-standard port to Destination of MOVE, as IIS 10 and other require it now. S3: main host does not always allow to list buckets, so remove request to do it from initial connect. S3: use V4 auth for oraclecloud.com implementation of S3. GSTP client: Fixed not every transaction was sending fields such as fr-os-comp-name. gs-server Impersonation: try Network login, then Batch login; not Batch, then Interactive login. GoodSync Account Setup: Start/Stop GsRunner correctly (if present), to avoid conflicts with changes. License + GoodSync Account: check for License online when GsAccount is changed by user. gs-server License: Fixed Per-User license was killed when periodic license check returned changed license. Mediator Web UI: Add CAPTCHA to login page, show it only when necessary. gs-server Web UI: Account page: moved Changed Account and Change Computer to separate pages. gs-server Web UI on Linux: User can claim higher platform (MidServe, FileServer) to activate server licenses.
  22. 4 points
    Why it matters: With Zen 2 powering AMD's Ryzen 3000 chips and the recently revealed 2nd-gen Epyc CPUs, it appears the next product to use the architecture will be the 3rd-generation of Threadripper CPUs, codenamed Castle Peak. We don’t know when these HEDT processors will arrive, but a possible appearance in Geekbench suggests they might only be a few weeks away. A 32-core, 64-thread processor appeared on the Geekbench database under the name Sharkstooth, which is presumed to be AMD's internal name for 3rd-gen Threadripper. The engineering sample uses the codename AMD 100-000000011-11 and has the same configuration as the Threadripper 2990WX flagship. The entry states a base frequency of 3.6GHz—no mention of a boost speed—along with 2MB of L1 cache, 16MB of L2 cache and 128MB of L3 cache. Threadripper 2950x, for comparison, has a 3.0GHz base clock, a 4.2GHz boost, and 64MB of L3 cache. There are two Sharkstooth entries. One has a single-core score of 5932 and a multi-core score of 93344, while the other is 5677 single and 94772 multi. This beats the Threadripper 2990WX by 7-10% in single-core results and up to 35% in multi-core. As with Ryzen 3000 and Epyc Rome, it’s expected that the next Threadripper line will support PCIe 4.0. As Tom’s Hardware notes, this will likely see AMD launch a new chipset to support the interface, possibly X599. There’s no 100 percent guarantee that this is 3rd-gen Threadripper, but all the signs point to it being AMD's next HEDT chip. No official word on when it might arrive, but some predict the company will launch it on September 7 alongside Ryzen 9 3950X. VIEW: Original Article.
  23. 4 points

    Microsoft Products Activation [Office] - Keys & Support

    CID Happy computing!
  24. 3 points

    TidyTabs Professional 1.11.1

    Size: 13.45 MB Be more productive with the best tabbed window manager for Windows. TidyTabs is a tool that brings tabbed browsing to all of your programs. Ever wanted to have Chrome-style tabs in Windows Explorer, Microsoft Office or PuTTY? TidyTabs does just that. It integrates nicely with the OS and you will feel like the multi-tab functionality is a core part of Windows. Tabbify everything • Give every window a tabbed user interface. TidyTabs is a tool that brings tabbed browsing to all of your programs. Ever wanted to have Chrome-style tabs in Windows Explorer, Microsoft Office or PuTTY? TidyTabs does just that. It integrates nicely with the OS and you will feel like the multi-tab functionality is a core part of Windows. Tab arranging • Organize your windows and free up space on your desktop. Now that all your windows have a draggable tab, you can easily organize them into logically related groups. Just drag one tab onto another and create a tabbed group. Tabs can be detached from a group and inserted into another one. You can even group windows from different applications together! Only there when you need it • Because not every app need tabs. TidyTabs will guess by itself that some window types will never need tabs. But if that's not sufficient, you can easily specify which application should have a tabbed shell and which one should not. Two clicks are enough to add an application to the blacklist or to the whitelist. Discreet and smart • Because you don’t need more visual noise on your desktop. TidyTabs try to be as stealthy and non-distracting as possible. The tabs are hidden automatically when you don't need them, so that they don't get in your way. When they need to be visible, they stay semi-transparent until you actively use them. Fully customizable If one aspect of TidyTabs doesn’t suit you, you can change it. Every single function of TidyTabs can be configured or disabled thanks to a very simple configuration interface. Tiny and clean A shell enhancement tool should assist you without slowing down your computer. That's why the core of TidyTabs is composed of highly optimized native code, with no compromise on stability and performance. It uses very little memory and nearly no CPU. TidyTabs is clean, easy to install and easy to uninstall. This new release (TidyTabs 1.11.1) is a major update which introduces the following changes: • Exceptions: a new much more powerful rule-based whitelist/blacklist function. • Possility to use regex for process name matching in the rules. • Fixed: initial position of an auto-grouped window can be incorrect if the window was previously minimized. • Improved stability. Homepage: https://www.nurgo-software.com/ Download: https://www.nurgo-software.com/download/TidyTabs.msi Crack: Site: https://bayfiles.com Sharecode: /kc364d37nd/TidyTabs_1.11.1-Crack_rar
  25. 3 points
    Successful modular implementations are few and far between The big picture: Modular PCs and gadgets afford multiple benefits on paper but successful real-world implementations are few and far between. Their proprietary nature means that unless they find a substantial following in the market, they don’t justify the cost to manufacture. As such, companies usually discontinue their efforts once it becomes apparent that it’s a money-losing proposition (and many never even get off the ground). Dell on Tuesday introduced the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra, a modular all-in-one desktop designed to be contained within a monitor stand. Described as a zero-footprint desktop, the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra allows customers to swap out, service or upgrade components independently of the display. It can be configured with up to an Intel Core i7 processor, 64GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD and a 2TB HDD and can support as many as three monitors at once for increased productivity. Multiple publications were able to get some hands-on time with the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra and more than one described the mechanism as finicky or quirky although once you get the hang of it, it does work reliably. The entire compute module sits inside a housing in the monitor stand and can be removed for replacement or upgrading purposes. It’s a lot like a laptop but with more flexibility in terms of cooling and not needing a battery. I do wish Dell had placed the cable pass-through higher up on the stand. As-is, the cables are visible when viewed head-on and that isn’t a great aesthetic. (Image courtesy Liliputing) The Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra launches on September 24 with an average starting price of around $749. VIEW: Original Article.
  26. 3 points

    Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2019.012.20036 Multilingual

    08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [DEBUG] | | | | LicenseUtilManager | | | 2444 | LEID=V7{}AcrobatCont-12-Win-GM DLEID=V7{}AcrobatCont-12-Win-GM ELEID=V7{}AcrobatCont-12-Win-GM LOCALE=en_US APPAMT = C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat DC\Acrobat\AMT DAMT = C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat DC\Acrobat\AMT 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [DEBUG] | | | | LicenseUtilManager | | | 2444 | HEADLESS MODE is : LaunchMode_UI 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [DEBUG] | | | | LicenseUtilManager | | | 2444 | ProcessXMLFile : ELEID found V7{}AcrobatCont-12-Win-GM 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | SLCoreServiceSetLEID : waiting for semaphore signal 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | SLCoreServiceSetLEID : semaphore acquired 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | SLCoreServiceSetLEID : semaphore signalled 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [DEBUG] | | | | LicenseUtilManager | | | 2444 | ProcessCCEReadiness : Trying to acquire the semaphore 08/21/19 01:46:27:156 | [DEBUG] | | | | LicenseUtilManager | | | 2444 | ProcessCCEReadiness : Semaphore acquired 08/21/19 01:46:27:157 | [DEBUG] | | | | PCDService | | | 2444 | No value for key [SN] in hive [V7{}AcrobatCont-12-Win-GM{|}en_US] in cache : 519 08/21/19 01:46:27:158 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | SLCoreServiceGetLicenseInfo : waiting for semaphore signal 08/21/19 01:46:27:158 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | SLCoreServiceGetLicenseInfo : semaphore acquired 08/21/19 01:46:27:158 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | Syncing to license store... 08/21/19 01:46:27:160 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | Found client mkey. 08/21/19 01:46:27:275 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | Loading license references... 08/21/19 01:46:27:276 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | Found 1 license file(s) 08/21/19 01:46:27:276 | [ERROR] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | reading license files from common location 08/21/19 01:46:27:276 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | Parsing license file [241373822.lic] succeed. 08/21/19 01:46:27:277 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | License store synchronization took 118.1 ms and succeed. 08/21/19 01:46:27:277 | [INFO] | | | | SLCoreService | | | 2444 | Query license: type = 2, duration = permanent, remaining = permanent. X-FORCE Keygen Site: https://www.solidfiles.com Sharecode: /v/2GakMaKjmdR4y
  27. 3 points

    Safari to ape Firefox, go all-in on anti-tracking

    Safari to ape Firefox, go all-in on anti-tracking The WebKit team has unveiled a new Tracking Prevention Policy that could help bolster privacy for users of Apple's Safari browser. ValeryBrozhinsky / Getty The WebKit project - the open-source initiative that generates code for Apple's Safari browser - quietly announced last week that it would follow in Mozilla's footsteps and quash tracking technologies designed to follow users across the web. In a short message on Aug. 14, the WebKit team pointed to its new Tracking Prevention Policy, a document that spells out its plans in detail, including what types of tracking it will create and how it will deal with any side effects. "We have implemented or intend to implement technical protections in WebKit to prevent all tracking practices included in this policy," the document read. "If we discover additional tracking techniques, we may expand this policy to include the new techniques and we may implement technical measures to prevent those techniques." The policy document ticks off half a dozen types of tracking WebKit will bar or does now, including cross-site tracking and fingerprinting. Safari already blocks some cross-site tracking under its Intelligent Tracking Protection (ITP), which debuted in 2017 and was enhanced last year with the browser bundled with macOS Mojave and iOS 12; it's stingy with the information it offers sites - information that can be abused to identify a user by, for instance, recording the installed fonts and plug-ins. The WebKit team tipped its hat to Mozilla for motivating it to put its plans digital paper. "Our policy was inspired by and derived from Mozilla's anti-tracking policy," the group wrote, linking to the Firefox maker's own guidelines. Firefox has been on a privacy tear of late. And because of its rapid release cadence - Mozilla pushes out a new browser every six weeks or so, while Apple upgrades Safari only once during a year - its new features and functionality have received plenty of press. In June, for example, Mozilla switched on Firefox's Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) for new users and let current users enable it themselves. The technology, which had been in development for four years, stymied cookie-based and URL parameter-based cross-site trackers, and optionally also stopped fingerprinting. By mimicking Mozilla, WebKit - and by extension, Apple - may hope to steal some of the anti-tracking, pro-privacy spotlight. It may not be a coincidence that both browsers - Firefox and Safari - have lost user share in the last six months; their makers likely see privacy as an edge over the leader, Google's Chrome, and thus an opportunity to attract more users. How a browser protects users' privacy, in fact, has largely replaced older metrics, such as rendering speed, to define differences between brands. As an example of the trend, Microsoft too has pitched its reborn Edge, that browser relying on the Chromium open-source project's technologies, as a shield between the user and bad behavior on the part of sites and their advertisers. Of the top four browsers, only Chrome has not proclaimed its anti-tracking bonafides. But WebKit didn't simply repeat what Mozilla promised in its anti-tracking screed: The former took a much tougher line on trackers. "We treat circumvention of shipping anti-tracking measures with the same seriousness as exploitation of security vulnerabilities," WebKit wrote. "If a party attempts to circumvent our tracking prevention methods, we may add additional restrictions without prior notice. These restrictions may apply universally; to algorithmically classified targets; or to specific parties engaging in circumvention." In other words, WebKit will retaliate against scofflaws, maybe by holding everyone accountable for the actions of miscreants, perhaps by singling out the those who try to go around the tracking prevention. "Equating circumvention of anti-tracking with security exploitation is unprecedented," applauded Lukasz Olejnik, an independent security and privacy researcher and consultant, in one tweet. "Overt treatment of privacy as a first-class citizen (like security) is the only direction (your move Microsoft, Google, all the rest!)," he added in another. The policy document does not specify a timetable for adding new tracking protections or enhancing existing ones in WebKit, much less when they would migrate into Safari. Source: Safari to ape Firefox, go all-in on anti-tracking (Computerworld - Gregg Keizer)
  28. 3 points

    [JOTD] Joke of the day

  29. 3 points

    CCleaner 5.61.7392

    Download Piriform Bundle Activator v1.1-DFoX Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9562513/Piriform_Bundle_Activator_v1.1_By_DFoX.rar.html Professional Edition https://download.ccleaner.com/cctrialsetup.exe Business Edition: https://download.ccleaner.com/be/ccsetup561_be_trial.exe Version History - not updated at this time https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/version-history https://forum.piriform.com/forum/5-announcements/
  30. 3 points

    Upgrade: IPS Community Suite 4.4.X

    Update was successfully done to version 4.4.6.
  31. 3 points

    CrystalDisk Suite 8.2.3

    CrystalDiskMark is a disk benchmark utility that measures performance for sequential and random reads/writes of various sizes for any storage device. It is useful for comparing the speed of both portable and local storage devices. CrystalDiskMark requires admin rights to operate. CrystalDiskInfo is a HDD / SSD utility which support SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology). This includes such details as current drive temperature, firmware version, number of failed read or write attempts, how long the drive has been running and how often it’s been started and stopped, and so on. As various factors approach thresholds of danger, CrystalDiskInfo will alert you, letting you know it’s time to make backups while you still can. Here are some key features of “CrystalDiskMark”: · Sequential reads/writes · Random 4KB/512KB reads/writes · Text copy · Change dialog design · Multilanguage Here are some key features of “CrystalDiskInfo”: · Show S.M.A.R.T Information · Show HDD Information Portable CrystalDisk Suite 8.2.3 Multilanguage | FC Portables (8.3 МB) Site: https://www26.zippyshare.com Sharecode: /v/56dqYp9t/file.html
  32. 3 points
    DJ Overdose

    Hi Nsanes

    Wow! What a welcome! Thanks guys. Based On that I’m sure it will be a great place to hangout;) DJ OD
  33. 3 points

    Internet Download Manager 6.35 Build 1

    Pro & Portable From Brother ELCHUPACABRA: Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10366149/internet_download_manager_6.35.1.zip.html
  34. 3 points

    [Frontpaged] DVDFab

    here we go again with nonsense....
  35. 3 points
    Responded via PM. Regards.
  36. 3 points

    Pichon (Icons8) 7.5.3

    Pichon (Icons8) 7.5.3 Pichon - all our Icons Offline on Your Computer that works with Photoshop, Adobe XD, Visual Studio, or anything. The app stores all the Icons8 icons on your hard drive and these are available in any format, size, or color.  No doubt, we have social media icons like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and all kinds of arrows. Surely, we have basic ones like phone, home, and settings. However, if you are up for something more unorthodox, simply request it. No charge. Guaranteed.  We tweet, message, and conduct structured interviews to determine which features the community needs, not to mention that the community invented many of them We have been creating 3-20 new line and filled icons every working day since 2012. Single Style All icons are done by a single designer, so your user interface will look consistent. Editable Vectors Vector icons are not merged and have preserved shapes. Check it out Fonts Generator Goodbye monster fonts of 500 icons. Pick only the icons you need and build your own, small font. How-to Icon Recoloring Pick a color and we will generate recolored versions of your PNG or SVG. Mac&Win Apps Allows you to search icons quickly, and works well with Photoshop. Download HTML Embedding Get a code to paste an icon right into your HTML. Choose one of the 5 ways to insert an icon. Pick your color, size, and format. Drag it to Photoshop. You're done. - All icons have ~20 tags for effective search. - Browse around 50 categories, with 50-200 icons each. - Recolor PNG and SVG icons on the fly. - Drag icon to Illustrator, Photoshop, Visual Studio, or anything else. Homepage: https://icons8.com/app Homepage: https://icons8.com/app OS: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP [x86 x64] Installer: https://s.icons8.com/download/Icons8App_for_Windows/PichonSetup.exe Crack by RadiXX11 Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10148624/P7P.1.2.zip.html Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/10142000/P7P.1.2.zip.html Note: Thanks to @RadiXX11 for the patch. Beware: very huge analytics sending (each single click/action to developer)
  37. 3 points

    Norton Unlimited

    The reason is very simple! This link that I used to extract the key from within the installer no longer works. http://updatecenter.norton.com/product-update?PRODID=0000013a&PROD=Norton&PLANG=eng-USA&inject=true&PSN=xxxxxxxxxxxx This link and the like just stopped working for the simple reason that "Norton" discovered the link failure and blocked it. But I still can't generate or extract intaller keys because I'm using another link Norton hasn't blocked yet
  38. 3 points

    Huawei’s futuristic foldable smartphone gets delayed for a second time

    Huawei’s futuristic foldable smartphone gets delayed for a second time Like Samsung, Huawei can't ship a foldable smartphone on time either. Samsung isn't the only company having trouble launching a foldable smartphone. Samsung's main foldable competitor, Huawei, is also delaying its foldable smartphone, the Mate X. TechRadar attended a press event at Huawei's Shenzhen headquarters and learned the phone is "unlikely to come out before November." This marks the second delay for the futuristic smartphone. The Mate X was originally announced as launching in the "middle of 2019," and then shortly after the announcement of the Trump administration's export ban, Huawei told CNBC the phone would be delayed to September. It is theorized that the reason Samsung rushed the Galaxy Fold to market with such inadequate testing was because, after investing millions into the development of foldable displays, it had its foldable display technology stolen and had to scramble to beat its competitors to market. It's ironic then, that the viable competitor Samsung has in the foldable space also delayed its device so much. Huawei's Mate X is easily the most futuristic looking phone of the year—assuming it comes out this year. A giant, 8-inch display wraps around the front and back of the device, and when closed, only the front half of the display lights up, giving you a 6.38-inch smartphone. When it's time for some serious media consumption or multi-tasking, the device opens up into an 8-inch tablet. It sounds like an ideal form factor—a phone when you want a phone, and a tablet when you want a tablet. Smartphone futurism comes at a price, though: the Mate X has a breathtaking $2,600 price tag. The first-generation trade-offs for early adopters will be numerous—foldable OLED displays are in their infancy, and there are concerns about their ability to stand up to all that movement and the rigors of daily life, especially after the Galaxy Fold's delay. We also don't have a durable, flexible display cover yet—the Mate X display cover is plastic, and since it wraps around the entire phone, putting the phone down means placing the delicate, plastic display cover directly on the table, where it can grind and scratch against whatever dirt and dust is on the tabletop. Corning, the maker of the industry-standard Gorilla Glass display cover, says it is developing a foldable glass for designs like this, but it will take a few years to come to market. While Huawei didn't quite have the high-profile design failures that Samsung did, it still made some changes to its foldable device compared to the renders and the prototypes shown earlier in the year. TechRadar reports that the hinge and hinge lock button have seen some design tweaks. Huawei says this should be the last Mate X delay, as the company would like to get the phone out before the holiday shopping season. Source: Huawei’s futuristic foldable smartphone gets delayed for a second time (Ars Technica) (To view the article's image gallery, please visit the above link)
  39. 3 points

    Virgin Galactic's Spaceport America is no longer an empty hangar

    Virgin Galactic's Spaceport America is no longer an empty hangar The VMS Eve mothership has arrived at the spaceport. Virgin Galactic Virgin Galactic has officially opened Spaceport America's "Gateway to Space" building few months after it started moving its staff and spacecraft to the New Mexico facility. In addition, the VMS Eve has arrived at the spaceport this week, which Chief Pilot Dave Mackay says brings "Virgin Galactic closer to starting commercial service." VMS Eve is the aerospace company's launch vehicle, in charge of carrying its spacecraft to the skies before dropping it mid-air. Mackay explains: "The team has been busy getting Spaceport America ready for commercial service, installing the ground infrastructure and then conducting ground tests of all the systems to ensure they are flight-ready. The arrival of VMS Eve in New Mexico signifies the start of the next important phase -- mothership operations prior to SpaceShipTwo's own flight operations." Richard Branson's company is giving us a glimpse of the new building's recently finished interior, particularly the two floors meant for spaceflight operations. Virgin Galactic says the completion of that interior work means the facility is "now operationally functional." The Earth-themed first floor, with its elevated and interactive digital walkway, will serve as the point of departure and return for spacecraft launching from the port. Meanwhile, the sky-themed second floor has a dedicated space for mission control, as well as a briefing room. Of course, the port has a hangar that will house all the spacecraft owned by Virgin Galactic and its tenants. The company will use VMS Eve to fly simulated spaceship launch missions from the spaceport in the coming days. Later this year, it'll go back to Mojave to pick up Virgin's VSS Unity suborbital vehicle, so their flight tests can be conducted from New Mexico where commercial flights will take place. Source: Virgin Galactic's Spaceport America is no longer an empty hangar
  40. 3 points

    DanaBot banking Trojan jumps from Australia to Germany in quest for new targets

    DanaBot banking Trojan jumps from Australia to Germany in quest for new targets The malware has evolved from a basic threat to profitable, global crimeware. The DanaBot banking Trojan is on the move and has traveled across the sea in a pivot from its original focus on Australia to strike European targets. DanaBot was first discovered by Proofpoint researchers last year. The malware was observed striking Australian targets of financial value, but at the time, DanaBot appeared to come from only one threat actor source. Now, the malware has evolved and has become more than a single-source piece of malware to what Webroot calls a "very profitable modular crimeware project." DanaBot, written in Delphi, was first found as a payload in phishing emails circulating in Australia. The messages used subjects lines including E-Tolls and invoices in an attempt to coerce victims into downloading a malicious Microsoft Word attachment containing a macro that deployed DanaBot via PowerShell. The malware contains a range of standard banking Trojan functions. A downloader component launches a DLL which pulls additional modules including a bank website injector, information stealer, and a list of target websites on to a victim's computer. DanaBot is able to manipulate browser sessions and redirect visits to financial services websites in order to steal any credentials submitted; screenshot desktops, and is also able to transfer stolen data to the malware's command-and-control (C2) server. Since 2018, DanaBot has updated its arsenal. According to Webroot, the malware has expanded its reach and is now not only active in Australia but also the US and Europe. New German targets have recently appeared on the radar. Each region is now associated with a campaign ID to tailor phishing emails and attack vectors for the best success rates. DanaBot has also upgraded its web injection functions. While the malware has always used what the researchers call "ZeuS-style web injects" -- a reference to the well-known ZeuS banking Trojan -- the malware will also now use browser and OS fingerprinting to deliver "the most believable fake website possible" when replacing legitimate banking domains. Additional modules and improvements, including a Tor module -- potentially for masking C2 communication and requesting updates -- have also been spotted. While Webroot has not found any ransomware-based modules during its investigation, Checkpoint researchers say that some European campaigns do drop Delphi-based ransomware named "crypt," which turns out to be a variant of "NonRansomware" ransomware. "[DanaBot] continues to evolve its geo targets as more affiliates get added, and has branched out to test ransom functionality," Webroot says. "This change in tactics certainly aligns with other shifts we've observed in which criminals are performing more recon upfront to profile a victim's worth before executing ransomware from a domain controller. Threat actors are effectively reducing the quantity of attacks in favor of quality when they choose to profile their victim's worth." Source: DanaBot banking Trojan jumps from Australia to Germany in quest for new targets
  41. 3 points

    Nitro Pro / Entreprise (x86-x64)

    Remember: Nitro Pro/Retail = use keygen Nitro Enterprise = use patch
  42. 3 points

    Who are you and why are you leaving old TVs on porches in Virginia?

    Just a question? Can leaving old TV sets on the porch of someone be considered a felony? If the TV is not in working condition, for any effect it's GARBAGE, and might be quite hard to dispose from it legally! Sometimes (most of the time?) public disposal service won't take it away with ordinary garbage and it shuld be brought to some "technical recirculator" site. So, leaving it in someone's house it might clearly cause a damage!
  43. 3 points

    Working on Microsoft’s Cortana Is Laborious and Poorly Paid

    Microsoft's latest privacy policy says vendors listen to voice data (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) said on Wednesday it updated its privacy policy to let customers know that it had been collecting voice data of its users with the help of employees and contractors. A spokesperson for Microsoft said the company collects voice data to provide voice-enabled services for Skype and Cortana and sometimes uses vendors to assist in improving these services. “We realized, based on questions raised recently, that we could do a better job specifying that humans sometimes review this content,” the spokesperson said in an emailed statement. The company is the latest tech giant to admit to such practices, after media reports on Tuesday said Facebook Inc (FB.O) has been paying outside contractors to transcribe audio clips from users of its services. “We’ve updated our privacy statement and product FAQs to add greater clarity and will continue to examine further opportunities to improve,” the Microsoft spokesperson said. Tech companies in the United States have been facing broad criticism from lawmakers and regulators over their privacy practices. Source
  44. 3 points

    Stardock Start10 1.75

    Bring back the Windows Start menu with Stardock Start. This is a really useful tool if you still prefer the Windows 7 Start Menu function as oppose to Live Tiles. Quickly access your applications, devices, music, videos and documents the way you always have with Stardock Start. Features include a Windows 7-style Start menu; Restores the quick links to core system functionality; Pin desktop and Modern apps to the start menu; Jump List support; Unified Search for apps, settings and files; One click access to shut down, devices, music, documents, and videos. In addition to that, it offers Configurable Start menu size; Clean, streamlined UI; Changing of "Start" button, and a lot more. Thanks to Astron for the update. Download
  45. 3 points

    Microsoft Activation Scripts

    Hello there, everyone. I'm friends with the original creator of the KMS38 and HWID activation methods and we've made 2 new methods for generating a valid ticket for either of the methods. The author decided to release some things which were not public before (such as the custom SLC library) Please experiment with anything I've put here and try making your own implementations .-. Those patch-related methods are not AV friendly. (One is a static patch with a custom DLL and the other is a dynamic patcher) There is a new one in the works which will be a mix of the two and will not be detected by AVs. Stay tuned .-. I've had a long e-mail conversation with @WindowsAddict and we exchanged a lot of information about KMS38 and HWID activation, so hopefully everything here's going to be 100x better from now on .-. If you have any questions regarding the method itself or any of the following files, please email me at [email protected] I'll be happy to answer any and all questions SLC Library: 3 Versions of a modified SLSHIM library by the author of KMS38 and HWID methods. The 6.0 Version is the one used by s1ave77 in his hwidgen tool. (By the way, please do not use his tools) The 6.1 Version fixes some major problems with 6.0. The 6.2 Version fixes some minor problems and it went through a bit of code cleanup. The 6.3 Version is a minor (but very important) addition by me to correctly acquire the SkuId on any Windows edition and version. The 6.3.1 Version is a minuscule fix for editions with 1 character long SkuIds. Download Site: https://upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10349692/slshim.7z.html Static Patch Method: This method generates a ticket using a custom "gosDLL.dll" library and a patched version of 14393 gatherosstate.exe. Both of those were made by me and are documented. The patch is documented in the included text file and .1337 patch files are included for anyone who wishes to try patching it by themselves or making modifications. Download Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10347566/gatherosstate_Static_Patch.7z.html Dynamic Patcher: This method generates a ticket using the 6.3 SLC library and a dedicated patcher for (and only for) the unmodified 14393 gatherosstate.exe. The patcher was made by me and is thoroughly documented. This method ALWAYS generates a correct ticket, but is detected as malicious by any sane antivirus. (The advantage is that the initial gatherosstate.exe is completely clean and unmodified) It works by fooling gatherosstate into thinking the system SkuId is 100 and replacing the hardcoded Pfn for it with the system one acquired from the registry. Download Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10347572/gatherosstate_Dynamic_Patcher.7z.html
  46. 2 points

    Samsung Beats Apple As AirPods Face Embarrassing Defeat

    If you are looking for the best wireless earbuds for your phone’s music, then Samsung is going to be very quick to point out that its Galaxy Buds have picked up the first ‘excellent’ rating for sound quality by a wireless device. Meanwhile Apple is going to be licking its wounds as the AirPods sit in a lowly 49th place in the same chart. Galaxy Buds charge wirelessly atop an S10 phone during the Samsung Unpacked product launch event in San Francisco, California on February 20, 2019 The rankings come from Consumer Reports’ study of the market, and it picks out a number of key features. Kim Eun-jin reports for Business Korea: The Galaxy Buds were ranked first with 86 points, while AirPods, which are used by about 60 percent of wireless earphone users, came in 49th with 56 points. Consumer Reports ranked the wireless earphones based on an evaluation of their sound quality and designs. In terms of sound quality, only the Galaxy Buds received the “Excellent” grade. Consumer Reports said that the Galaxy Buds were one of the first portable Bluetooth earphones to achieve the highest sound quality grade. The first is the aforementioned sound quality. Given the AirPods hang in the ear in the exact same way as a brick designed to look like Douglas Adams does not, and the Galaxy Buds fill the outer ear with optional ‘wings’ this should not come as a huge surprise to anyone who has experienced both. Power was also highlighted. Not only do the Galaxy Buds offer more battery capacity with the six hours of advertised audio time reachable, the carry case (which tops up to allow for another seven hours) comes with wireless charging as standard. Finally there’s the price. Once you pick and mix from Apple’s options to build a similar package of AirPods to the Buds, you realise that Samsung’s package significantly cheaper. The report also acknowledges that Apple is the market leader here with sixty percent of the wireless earbuds market. As with most Apple products, you don’t have full feature parity, and what you do you have is more expensive than the competition. Source
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    As I recall, during the 2016 Presidential election, the government spied on Trump & other members of his Presidential campaign with wire taps using FISA warrants. Perhaps he thinks now that he is president, the deep state will exempt him, his family & business. I think not.
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    What don't have web browsers don't count in the market share they never have it just like all the Linux computers that used to power the internet is not counted because they get there data from webrowsers and they have none. If you don't have internet you don't get counted ether.
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    Hi @s3nse12 and welcome
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