Tag: download

  • Cracking the Lab! – 1

    Being in the seventh semester has had its pros and cons. However, the labs in this semester haven’t been a good experience, in terms of all the trouble we had to go through just to get the software work at our home PCs for practice. I have tried hard and come close to what you […]

  • Secure your browsing with Firefox

    If you haven’t read the previous post of this series, I suggest you do. If you have done that, or you are already a Firefox fan, then read on to know more on securing your browsing on firefox. One of the major aspects of firefox is its extensibility, which is possible by the use of […]

  • Why Firefox?

    Its been a while since the most-awaited Firefox 3 was released. Too much hype surrounded its release and also the world record ‘Download Day’. Was it all worth the hype? Is the record really worth some applause? Let’s see. After building up huge hype, Mozilla Foundation must have prepared for it. The release itself was […]

  • Eliminating Piracy – A long shot?

    Updated: Revisiting Piracy (24/01/2012) Piracy Piracy basically is theft. Stealing can be broadly split into two kinds: Stealing to fill one’s stomach. Stealing for any other reason. We are not talking of the sea-faring pirates, whose sins might just be pardonable when compared to the modern day pirates who follow a form of piracy more […]

  • Tips to take care of your PC against aliens (Viruses, Worms and Trojans)

    What an alien does to your system can be pretty irritating. Disabling system functions, high memory usage, internet bandwidth stealing to name a few. Other times, it can be dangerous as well; stealing passwords or bank and credit card information. The best way to avoid infecting your PC with these aliens is to block their […]