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Jul 23, 2011

Learn how to connect Yahoo, Gmail and Facebook accounts – A tactical move by Yahoo


I never imagined that this can happen , this morning, Yahoo brought me pleasant surprise of connecting my Gmail  account with my Gmail one, & even my Facebook id. Wow !!! Think about one world theory :) Yahoo states that the transition will take some time.Like the hell I care..
I quickly connected my Gmail account to check if it works, voila it worked seamlessly, now you can sign in into one ID & can enjoy the benefits of Gmail & Yahoo simultaneously. Here is how you can do that.
Go to Yahoo mail & click on the respective Gmail button.
Go to Yahoo mail & click on the respective Gmail button.

Once done, Google will prompt you if you want to grant access to Yahoo, click Allow to do that.

grant access to Yahoo, click Allow to do that.

Once done, you will be prompted to enter username password & other fields, click on top link to sign in if you already have a Yahoo Id. Enter your Yahoo Id & click sign in..
Enter your Yahoo Id & click sign in are done :) Now you have all the goodies of your social world at one place :)
Why Yahoo did that ?
Seeing that it has dropped down to 4th rank worldwide according to Alexa, yahoo quickly had to make a move..First Google, then Facebook & Youtube. Seems like everybody was trampling it over & getting ahead. So it was a tactical move to entice the the Google followers to have a piece of Yahoo :)
(click on image to see the top sites)
Click on image to see the top sites
as the old adage says,
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em ..
A tactical move by Yahoo :)

Jul 17, 2011

Boot multiple ISOs from one USB with these free tools

How to Install Windows 7 From a USB Drive

Windows-7-USBInstalling Windows from a USB flash drive has several advantages – First of all, the overall speed of the installation process will increase significantly, carrying a USB stick is much more convenient than a DVD, and finally it becomes possible to install the OS even on those systems that do not have a DVD drive, such as a netbook.
In this post, I will show you how to load the Windows installation on to your USB flash drive and make it bootable just like the DVD.
Tools Required:
1. USB flash drive with a minimum capacity of 4 GB.
2. Windows 7 set-up DVD.
Step-1: Plug-in your USB flash drive and backup all the existing data in it.
Step-2: Open the command prompt. If you are using Windows 7/Vista then open it with administrator rights*.
* Goto Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Right-click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run as Administrator”.
Step 3: In the command prompt, type in the following command:

This will start the Microsoft DiskPart utility as shown below:
Microsoft DiskPart
Now issue the following command:

This will show you a list of  available disks on your system. Disk 0 is usually the hard disk. In my case, Disk 5 is the USB drive (this can be a different one in your case). Now issue the command as shown below:

Install Windows 7 from USB
NOTE: In the above command, 5 is the USB drive number on my system. If you have a different number on your system, then you need to replace 5 with that number.
Step-4: Now issue the following list of commands one by one as shown below:







Install Windows 7 from USB
Minimize the command prompt and proceed to the next step.
Step 5: Insert the Windows 7/Vista installation disc and note down the “drive letter” of your DVD drive. In my case, it is “H:”. Now type the following list of commands as shown below:
BOOTSECT.EXE /NT60 M:(NOTE: M: is your USB drive letter)

Win 7 from USB flash drive

Step-6: Copy the contents of your Windows 7/Vista installation disk into the USB flash drive.
That’s it! Your USB stick is now ready to boot and install the OS for you. Don’t forget to enable the “USB Boot” option and change the “boot priority to USB device from hard disk” in your BIOS settings.
I hope you like this post. Pass your comments to express your opinion. :)

Jul 15, 2011

How to Hack an Ethernet ADSL Router

ADSL-RoutersAlmost half of the Internet users across the globe use ADSL routers/modems to connect to the Internet however, most of them are unaware of the fact that it has a serious vulnerability which can easily be exploited even by a noob hacker just like you. In this post I will show you how to exploit a common vulnerability that lies in most ADSL routers so as to gain complete access to the router settings and ISP login details.
Every router comes with a username and password using which it is possible to gain access to the router settings and configure the device. The vulnerability actually lies in the Default username and password that comes with the factory settings. Usually the routers come preconfigured from the Internet Service provider and hence the users do not bother to change the password later. This makes it possible for the attackers to gain unauthorized access and modify the router settings using a common set of default usernames and passwords. Here is how you can do it.
Before you proceed, you need the following tool in the process
Here is a detailed information on how to exploit the vulnerability of an ADSL router.
Step-1: Go to Once the page is loaded you will find your IP address. Note it down.
Step-2: Open Angry IP Scanner, here you will see an option called IP Range: where you need to enter the range of IP address to scan for.
Suppose your IP is, you can set the range something as to so that there exists atleast 200-300 IP addresses in the range.
Step-3: Go to Tools->Preferences and select the Ports tab. Under Port selection enter 80 (we need to scan for port 80). Now switch to the Display tab, select the option “Hosts with open ports only” and click on OK.
IP Scanner
I have used Angry IP Scanner v3.0 beta-4. If you are using a different version, you need to Go to Options instead of Tools
Step-4: Now click on Start. After a few minutes, the IP scanner will show a list of IPs with Port 80 open as shown in the below image.
IP Scanner
Step-5: Now copy any of the IP from the list, paste it in your browser’s address bar and hit enter. A window will popup asking for username and password. Since most users do not change the passwords, it should most likely work with the default username and password. For most routers the default username-password pair will be admin-admin or admin-password.
Just enter the username-password as specified above and hit enter. If you are lucky you should gain access to the router settings page where you can modify any of the router settings. The settings page can vary from router to router. A sample router settings page is shown below.
Router Settings Page
If you do not succeed to gain access, select another IP from the list and repeat the step-5. Atleast 1 out of 5 IPs will have a default password and hence you will surely be able to gain access.

What can an Attacker do by Gaining Access to the Router Settings?

By gaining access to the router settings, it is possible for an attacker to modify any of the router settings which results in the malfunction of the router. As a result the target user’s computer will be disconnected from the Internet. In the worst case the attacker can copy the ISP login details from the router to steal the Internet connection or play any kind of prank with the router settings. So the victim has to reconfigure the router in order to bring it back to action.

The Verdict:

If you are using an ADSL router to connect to the Internet, it is highly recommended that you immediately change your password to prevent any such attacks in the future. Who knows, you may be the next victim of such an attack. 
Since the configuration varies from router to router, you need to contact your ISP for details on how to change the password for your model.
All the information provided in this post are for educational purposes only. Please do not use this information for illegal purposes.


All the information provided in this post are for educational purposes only. Please do not use this information for illegal purposes.

Jul 7, 2011

A preview of Gmail’s new look

We get a lot of great feedback about how Gmail helps you be more efficient, keep in touch with family and friends, and get work done. We’ve saved you from forgetting attachments and made sure that you got the right Bob. Over the years, adding countless features to Gmail has made it an increasingly powerful communication hub, but along the way the interface has also become more cluttered and complex.

That’s one of the reasons we’re embarking on a series of interface updates to help strip out unnecessary clutter and make Gmail as beautiful as it is powerful. This is part of a Google-wide effort to bring you an experience that’s more focused, elastic, and effortless across all of our products. The changes are not going to happen all at once. We know that you love and care about Gmail as much as we do, and we’ll be working on these upgrades gradually over the next few months to allow plenty of time to understand and incorporate your feedback into the evolving design.

We’re kicking things off with two new themes for you to try out as a sort of sneak peek at what we’re up to. Starting today, you’ll see the “Preview” and “Preview (Dense)” themes in the Themes tab in Gmail Settings. Why two themes? Our new interface will eventually expand dynamically to accommodate different screen sizes and user preferences, but until then you can pick the information density that you prefer.

Here’s what one of the new themes currently looks like:

And in conversation view:

If you poke around you’ll hopefully find a lot to like and a much cleaner, modern look but also few rough edges. In particular, some Labs features may look a little strange in the new themes. We plan to fix these issues as we roll out changes in the coming months. You can also expect some updated themes that embody the same design principles but are better suited to working in a dark environment, use a different color palette, or include the illustrations that we know many of you love to see around your inbox.

Jul 3, 2011

Firefox 5 released; faster release cycle and fewer features 

It was only a few weeks ago that Firefox 4 was finally released after a development cycle lasting over a year. While Firefox 4 added features & speed, Mozilla believe more should be done to keep up with Google’s increasingly popular browser, Chrome.

New Release Cycle

Firefox 5 marks the start of Mozilla’s attempt at a quick release cycle. By releasing a new version of it’s browser every 6 weeks they hope to match Google’s development speed. Mozilla have already announced that Firefox 6 and 7 will be out later this year.
Mozilla have also implemented a similar channel system to the one Chrome is using. Aurora, Beta and Stable are available for Firefox, matching Dev, Beta and Stable for Chrome.

New Features

While Firefox 5 does not share the same great wealth of new additions like the previous version there are still plenty of great new features – some that are unique to Firefox.
Stirring up chatter around the net is the new ‘Do-Not-Track’ option. Firefox will prevent websites from tracking your online behaviour, and thwart targeted adverts based on your browsing history. While this feature may be very useful for paranoid users of the net, most people should appreciate the gesture as web privacy (or rather, the lack of) becomes an increasingly hot topic.
After a huge code change in Firefox 4, Mozilla claims they have made over 1,000 improvements to Firefox 5 in areas of performance and user interface usability.
General web browsing and Javascript speed has been improved, while memory usage has seen a decrease over Firefox 4.
Firefox 5 Javascript Benchmark
Thanks to for benchmark
As per usual, Mozilla have included new web standards into its latest browser. Further support for HTML 5 has been added to support Canvas, which allows web developers to render bitmaps and 2D shapes dynamically. CSS3 support has been improved by adding CSS Animations.


While Firefox 5 has seen some minor new features, tweaks and speed improvements; there isn’t a whole lot to get excited about.
I believe we should all be excited that Firefox 5 marks the start of a new, quicker, development cycle. We will see new versions of Firefox more often, keeping up with Google’s pace and hopefully making a more competitive browser competition.

Where To Get It?

Firefox 5 can be downloaded now from the official Firefox website.
Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 users can add the Stable Firefox PPA to update their version of Firefox to 5.0:
Note that Firefox 5.0 has not yet been built in this PPA.
Ubuntu 11.04 users don’t need to add any PPA; Firefox 5 will be available in the official Ubuntu 11.04 repos in the next few days. It will automatically update your version of Firefox 4 to 5.

What’s Next?

Now with Firefox 5 out of the way, what’s coming next?
Firefox 6 will be released in August, but can currently be tested in the Nightly channel. The main new features include a Data Management Window which provides control over the the access that specific websites have to your browsing data, including cookies, passwords and location information.
The Add-on Manager will now check to see if your plugins and add-ons are compatible with the current version Firefox your using.
Memory usage and startup time will be improved in Firefox 6.
Web developers will be getting some love, with support for a new Web Development menu. New development tools will also be added such as Scratchpad which will allow developers to quickly build and test JavaScript snippets in the browser. Finally, Web Console adds the ability to move the console to other parts of the window or break out into a separate window.
While improvements to HTML5, DOM level 3, server-sent events, networking technologies and other tools will all help developers create better Web Apps.

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