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Posts Tagged ‘security

MacLocks Security Skin for MacBook Air 13″

Sunday, 3 June 2012

Merely minutes after I got my hands on Apple’s gorgeous product —Apple fanboyism, guilty as charged— I had an epiphany. Where the hell is its Kensington security slot? Living in a country where laptop theft is rampant, I couldn’t imagine leaving my laptop out in the open without protection at all. After a cursory search, […]

Cara Mematikan Bunyi Alarm Toyota Avanza 2005

Monday, 1 September 2008

PERHATIAN: Petunjuk ini adalah untuk mematikan bunyi alarm yang terjadi apabila ada pintu mobil yang dibuka sebelum alarm mobil dideaktifasi dengan alarm remote control. Cara normal untuk melakukan hal di atas adalah dengan menekan tombol unlock yang ada di remote control-nya. Tapi cara ini cuma berhasil kalo accu Anda dalam keadaan normal. Kalo nggak? Beberapa […]

Jakarta as a Future Malware Creation Hotspot

Saturday, 19 January 2008

F-Secure‘s experts have unleashed their prediction of 2008’s malware creation hotspots around the world. Guess what? Jakarta appears to be second on that list. They stated that one of the key factors to this is the fact that “Internet usage is growing fastest in Asia, followed by Africa.” Hmm. My finger is pointing towards Fastnet. […]

Bellua Cyber Security Conference 2007

Thursday, 1 November 2007

On October 30th to 31st, a colleague and myself attended BCS ’07, held at Gran Melia Hotel, Jakarta. This was supposed to be a gathering of security professionals – and hacker alike – to exchange knowledge on cyber security. The event itself if kind of exciting for me – the mere mention of the word […]

Following The Spammer’s Trail

Tuesday, 30 October 2007

I don’t know about you, but everyone of those spam messages I receive goes directly to the trash without any second thoughts. But have you ever wonder what will happen if you do try to follow the links to those unsolicited e-mails about C1alis, V][4grA, and R0l3Xes? Well, Mark Wade, who works for Computer Associates, […]

Things You Can Do to Protect Your PC from Worms and Other Kinds of Nasty Software

Friday, 19 October 2007

Here are several tips from my past experience. Update your antivirus program regularly. You should have known better than to have no antivirus protection for your PC, right? Newbies assume if they’ve installed an antivirus program, they’re off to a good night sleep. WRONG! An antivirus program without a regular update is like having a […]