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Thursday, June 9, 2011

VIRUS maker Download

JPS (Virus Maker 3.0)    
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Fetures:


Disable Registry Editor
Disable Ms Config
Disable Task Manager
Disable Yahoo! Messenger
Disable Media Player
Disable Internet Explorer
Disable Time
Disable Group Policy
Disable Windows Explorer
Disable Norton Antivirus
Disable McAfee Antivirus
Disable Note Pad
Disable Word Pad
Disable Winows
Disable DHCP Client Service
Disable Taskbar
Disable Start Button
Disable MSN Messenger
Disable Command Prompt
Disable Security Center
Disable MSN Messenger
Disable System Restore
Disable Control Panel
Disable Desktop Icons
Disable Screen Saver
Hide Service Manager
Hide Outlook Express
Hide Windows Clock
Hide Desktop Icons
Hide All Process in Task Manager
Hide All Tasks in Task Manager
Hide Run in Start Menu
Change Explorer Caption
Clear Windows XP Password
Swap Mouse Buttons
Remove Folder Options
Lock Mouse & Keyboards
Mute Sound
Crazy Mouse
Allways CD-ROM Open
Turn Off Monitor (30 sec's)
Destroy Taskbar
Destroy Offlines (Y!Messenger)
Destroy Protected Strorage
Destroy Audio Service
Destroy Clipboard
Terminate Windows
Hide Cursor
Auto Startup
Restart-Logoff-Turnoff-Hibrinate Automatic After 30 minutes
Change Server Name After Install in Process
Change Server Name
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New Fetures in Version 3.0:
Change XP Password
Change Computer Name
Change IE Home Page
Close Custom Windows
Disable Custom Service
Disable Process
Open Custom Website
Run Custom Command
Enable Convert To Worm - Auto Copy Server To Active Path With Custom Name & Time
Change Custom Icon For Server (15 Icons)
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Server Size 24.9K




Wednesday, June 8, 2011

New in-ads notice label and icon


You've probably noticed that AdWords ads appearing on your site have a special "i" icon that expands to an "Ads by Google" label in the bottom corner of the ad. Users who click this label are taken to a page where they learn more about online advertising and the ads they've seen. Giving users clear notice about the ads they see is a high priority for Google and for many in the online advertising industry at large.

We'll soon start to change our in-ads notice icon to a new icon that expands to an "AdChoices" label. These notifications were developed by the online advertising industry’s Self-Regulatory Program for Online Behavioral Advertising to more proactively give users notice and choice about the ads they see. With the change from our "i" icon and "Ads by Google" label to these new notifications, we hope to show our support for this cross-industry initiative, and to increase our users' understanding about ad choices through adoption of an icon they'll see on ads across the web.




In a few weeks, we'll begin to show the new icon and label on most ad formats across the majority of English-language sites. Over time, we’ll expand the notice to ensure that all English-language publisher sites in the Google Display Network come within the Self-Regulatory Program (until then, these sites will show the existing “i” icon and “Ads by Google” label). This will be the single most widespread rollout of the "AdChoices" label to date, and we're encouraged that others in the industry are similarly adopting it. We’re also looking at ways to increase transparency and control in other languages and countries. In the meantime, those languages and countries will continue to see the “i” and “Ads by Google” notice.

Just like before, users who click on the "AdChoices" label will be taken to a page where they can learn more about online advertising and the ads they've just seen. This page will also provide a link to the Ads Preferences Manager, where users can control the types of interest-based ads they see. Our tests of this new icon and label showed that they should not have any effect on ad performance. We think this rollout will help users better understand the ads they're seeing, and we look forward to seeing widespread adoption of this label throughout the industry.



Source :- http://adsense.blogspot.com/2011/03/new-in-ads-notice-label-and-icon.html

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

How to Install Google +1 Button on WordPress & Blogger Blogs


As per Google +1 button is to show publicly that you have approved or recommended something. These buttons can be placed on any website / webpage even supports WordPress, blogger, drupal and other CMS.
How to Install Google +1 Button on WordPress & Blogger Blogs

The Final result in WordPress blog would look like this:
How To Install Google +1 Button on WordPress Blog
It̢۪s easy to install Google +1 button on WordPress self hosting blogs, below tutorial shows you how to install Google +1 button on WordPress blog:
  1. Open your theme folder and open header.php and search tag and just before place the following code:
  2. <script type="text/javascript" src="http://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js"></script>
  3. Next part is adding +1 button. Simply copy the following code and place where-ever you want to show the +1 widget:
  4. <g:plusone> </g:plusone>
    How To Install Google +1 Button on Blogger Blogs
    1. In blogger you can install Google +1 button by clicking on Design > Edit HTML and adding following code after
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js"></script>
    2. Next add following code in
    <g:plusone> </g:plusone>