Get $30 ThinkHost Coupon code NOW!

By |2009-10-18T23:22:35+01:00October 18th, 2009|Technology, Web Development|

I’ve been working with the best web hosting geek on website optimization, speeding up pages, securing data… He’s become also one of my advertisers and bought an ad spot on Gibni.

Just now, I got a $30 web hosting coupon from the best web hosting site !

If you doubt buying a web hosting plan, this could help you make the right decision. Here’s a ThinkHost coupon, giving you $30 off your bill! So no more hesitation please!

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Remove Conficker (Downup, Downadup or Kido)

By |2009-02-27T17:50:31+01:00February 27th, 2009|Security, Technology|

About Conficker:

If you ever heard about Microsoft (the maker of Windows and a full bundle of problems attached to it), and if you have already heard about Conficker, or also called Downup, Downadup or Kido, I suppose that you’ve already taken steps on protecting yourself and your friends from this computer worm (or computer virus as some may call it!).


I’m writing this urgent post to warn everyone and help my dear visitors protect themselves and repair their infected computers.

Please spread the word and get people to read this article so you can help and save them! (

Immediately)


Conficker was born in October 2008, and targets Microsoft Windows Operating systems, so if you run Windows on your computer, YOU ARE A TARGET […]

Conficker

By |2009-02-26T14:50:44+01:00February 26th, 2009|Security, Technology|

About Conficker:

On October 23, 2008, Microsoft released a critical security update, MS08-067, to resolve a vulnerability in the Server service of Windows that, at the time of release, was facing targeted, limited attack. The vulnerability could allow an anonymous attacker to successfully take full control of a vulnerable system through a network-based attack, the sort of vectors typically associated with network “worms.” Since the release of MS08-067, the Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC) has identified two variants of Win32/Conficker in the wild to date:

(Source: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/dd452420.aspx )


For detailed “How to remove Conficker worm” instructions, visit this post: How to Remove Conficker (On Gibni)


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