Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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Saturday, April 16, 2011

how to secure wifi modem

Configuring Security Featuers For Wi-Fi (Wireless) Broad Band Access


NOTE: These steps may be different for different Wi-Fi ADSL hardware/software. For easy understanding the screen shots of a typlical example are only given below.

Open the browser and type the url http://192.168.1.1.
Type username admin and password admin in login window
 

 
Step  1:   After successfully logging  . Go  to   Wireless  in the  main  menu  and  click  on the  Security  button  from  the  list.   
Step  2: In Wireless Security Enable WEP Encryption using the pull down menu.

Step  3: Select encryption strength as 128bit or 64bit.

Enter the network key
- 5 ASCII characters for 64 bit encryption - 13 ASCII characters for 128 bit encryption
 
Now click save/apply  button..

now reconnect your laptop and enter your password () 



Saturday, November 6, 2010

funny joke Starting the day with a conversation between a wife and a husband who happens to be a software engineer.


Starting the day with a conversation between a wife and a husband who happens to be a software engineer.



Husband: (Returning late from work) "Good Evening Dear, I'm now logged in."



Wife: Have you brought the grocery?



Husband: Bad command or file name.



Wife: But I told you in the morning



Husband: Erroneous syntax. Abort?



Wife: What about my new TV?



Husband: Variable not found.



Wife: At least, give me your Credit Card, I want to do some shopping.



Husband: Sharing Violation. Access denied.



Wife: Do you love me or do you only love computers or are you just being funny?



Husband: Too many parameters.



Wife: It was a great mistake that I married an idiot like you.



Husband: Data type mismatch.



Wife: You are useless.



Husband: It's by Default.



Wife: What about your Salary?



Husband: File in use. Try after some time.



Wife: What is my value in the family.

Funny Names of IT Companies


Funny Names of IT Companies



1. NIIT Not Interested in IT



2. WIPRO Weak Input, Poor & Rubbish Output



3. HCL Hidden Costs & Losses



4. TCS Totally Confusing Solutions



5. INFOSYS Inferior Offline Systems



6. HUGHES Highly Useless Graduates Hired for Eating and Sleeping



7. BAAN Beggars Association and Nerds



8. IBM Implicitly Boring Machines



9. SATYAM Sad and Tired Yelling Away Madly



10. PARAM Puzzled and Ridiculous Array of Microprocessors



11. C-DOT Coffee during Office Timings



12. AT&T All Troubles & Terrible



13. CMC Coffee, Meals and Comfort



14. DEC Drifting & Exhausted Computers



15. BFL Brainwash first and Let them go



17. TISL Totally Inconsistent Systems Ltd.



18. PSI Peculiar Symptoms of India



19. ORACLE On-line Romance And Chatting with Lady Employees .



20. PATNI Pathetic Appraisal Techniques, No Increments.



21. MASTEK Mad and Stupid Technicians Enrooted to Kab


C language Code ------ Real life VIRUS--- MUST READ




C language Code (Funny) 



#include#define Cute beautiful_lady



main(){goto college;scanf("100%" ,&ladies);





if(lady ==Cute)line++;while( !reply ){



printf("I Love U");



scanf("100%" ,&reply);



}



if(reply == "GAALI")main(); /* go back and repeat the process */



else if(reply == "SANDAL ")exit(1);





else if(reply == "I Love U"){lover =Cute ;love = (heart*)malloc( sizeof(lover) );}



goto restaurant;



restaurant:{food++;smile++;pay->money = lover->money;return(college) ;}



if(time==2.30)goto cinema;



cinema:{watch++;if(intermission){coke++;Popecorn++;}

Upcoming Horror Movies in IT Sector


Upcoming Horror Movies in IT Sector

“SUBMIT” mat dabana………….



Deadline



Who Akhri Mail………………



Evil DART



Masoom Coder- A Life in trouble



9 Ghante 15 Minute



Ichadhari Bug



Zahereelee Defect



Prod Release ki Raat



Do Hazar Code Ke Neeche



REGRESSION - RELOADED



0 Bug – Mano ya na Mano…………….!!!





I know what you CODED last summer



Adam khor developerBhut wala DCI still know what you CODED last summer



Coding- The mystery continues………Darinda manager, tadapta developer ... !!!!Andha code … !!!Gayab coder – A murder mystery.. !!!Zahreela food court .. !!!





Recession – Jaani dushman





--- Appraisal Ki Pyaas



--- Badla Developer Ka



--- Tester Bana Shaitaan



--- Manager ki Cheekh



--- Tadapti Delivery



---Client Ka Qaher!!!!!!!!!!!



---Viraana Cubicle!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Windows Hidden Tools You Seldom Use


Windows Hidden Tools You Seldom Use



To run any of these apps go to Start > Run and type the executable name and press Enter.



Character Map (charmap.exe) - Very useful for finding unusual characters.



Disk Cleanup (cleanmgr.exe) – The usual Disc cleanup.



Clipboard Viewer (clipbrd.exe) - Views contents of Windows clipboard.



Dr Watson (drwtsn32.exe) - Troubleshooting tool,runs when windows crashes.



DirectX diagnosis (dxdiag.exe) - Diagnose & test DirectX, video & sound cards.



Private character editor (eudcedit.exe) - Allows creation or modification of characters.



IExpress Wizard (iexpress.exe) - Create self-extracting / self-installing package.



Microsoft Synchronization Manager (mobsync.exe) - Appears to allow synchronization offiles on the network for when working offline. Apparently undocumented.



Windows Media Player 5.1(mplay32.exe) - Retro version of Media Player, very basic.



ODBC Data Source Administrator (odbcad32.exe) – Database connection utility for supportwith external servers,create ODBC data sources,to administer remote databases or forsupporting the ODBC database utility in Visual basic language.

Object Packager (packager.exe) - To do with packaging objects for insertion in files, appearsto have comprehensive help files.

System Monitor (perfmon.exe) - Very useful, highly configurable tool, tells you everythingyou ever wanted to know about any aspect of PC performance, for budding uber-geeks only.



Program Manager (progman.exe) - Legacy Windows 3.x desktop shell.



Remote Access phone book (rasphone.exe) - Documentation is virtually non-existent.



Registry Editor (regedt32.exe or regedit.exe) – For making custom changes or hacking theWindows Registry.



Network shared folder wizard (shrpubw.exe) - Creates shared folders on network.



File signature verification tool (sigverif.exe) - This tool will search the operating system andidentify any unsigned device drivers installed on the system. It will also verify all signeddevice drivers.



Volume Control (sndvol32.exe) - I've included this for those people that lose it from theSystem Notification area.



System Configuration Editor (sysedit.exe) - Modify System.ini & Win.ini just like in Win98!.Syskey (syskey.exe) - Secures XP Account database, use with care, it's virtuallyundocu



mented but it appears to encrypt all passwords, I'm not sure of the full implications.



Microsoft Telnet Client (telnet.exe) – Built in telnet client which can be used to connect toservers to sent emails or to hack :) This is disabled in in vista but you can re-enable it bygoing toControl panel –> Programs and Features –> Click "Turn Windows features on or off" on left–> Scroll down and check "Telnet Client.



Driver Verifier Manager (verifier.exe) - Seems to be a utility for monitoring the actions ofdrivers, might be useful for people having driver problems. Undocumented.



Windows for Workgroups Chat (winchat.exe) - Appears to be an old NT utility to allow chatsessions over a LAN, help files available.

System configuration (msconfig.exe) - Can use to control startup programs, make changes tostartup of XP.



Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) - Used to manage group policies, and permissions.Its anAdministrator only tool.