Monday, 19 December 2011

How to block copying / deletion or renamaing of files from your system

Its a big privacy issue that someone copies your data to his/her flash drive or some other external drive without your information..... It may be something private, or someone may delete some data that you didn't wanted to be.  Here is a tool  "M File Anti-Copy" that can solve this issue.


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Saturday, 3 December 2011

Universal Bootable USB Creator and Installer

You can:-

·        Install G Data Antivirus Boot CD On USB – (GoTo Homepage)

·        Install OpenSUSE On USB – (GoTo Homepage)

·        Install KON-BOOT On USB – (Go To Homepage)

·        Install Android x86 On USB – (Go To Homepage)

·        Install Acronis Rescue CD On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install WifiWay (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Jolicloud (NetBook Distro) Joli-OS-1.2 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Windows Vista & Windows 7 Installers
·        Install Pardus LinuxOn USB - (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Bootable Cluster CDOn USB - (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Uber Student On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Leeenux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Rescatux On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install LPS On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install DRBL (Diskless Remote Boot in Linux) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Deft Linux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Zorin OS On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Porteus On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Dreamlinux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Sn0wL1inuX 11 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Ubuntu Studio 11.04 Installer On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Elementary Unleashed (Dorian 1.1) On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Bodhi On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Trinity Rescue Kit On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Mythbuntu 10.10/11.04/11.10 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Panda SafeDisk CD On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Lighthouse Pup On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Edubuntu 10.10/11.04/11.10 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Qimo 4 Kids On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install DouDouLinux On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Ultimate Edition LITE On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Finnix Linux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install MCNLive On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Sabayon Linux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Ubuntu 9.10/10.04.x/10.10/11.04/11.10 Desktop i386/amd64–(Go To Homepage)
·        Install Kubuntu 10.04.x/10.10/11.04/11.10 Desktop i386/amd64 OnUSB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Xubuntu 10.04/10.10/11.04/11.10 Desktop i386/amd64 OnUSB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Lubuntu 10.04/10.10/11.04/11.10 (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Ubuntu NetBook Remix 10.04/10.10 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Ubuntu Rescue Remix On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install BlackBuntu On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install KNOPPIX V 6.4 On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Pinguy OS On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Macbuntu-iso On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Linux XP Like 10.10 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Hiren's Boot CD (untested, but reported working)
·        Install ArchBang On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install PING On USB – Parted Image is Not Ghost On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install T(A)ILS On USB – Private Browsing via TOR On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Ubuntu Server 10.04/10.10/11.10 32bit/64bit Installer OnUSB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Ubuntu Mini Remix 10.04 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Sugar on a Stick On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Arch Linux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install XBMC On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install ZenWalk Live On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install PCLinuxOS MiniMe On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install TinyCore 3 On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install CentOS On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Fedora 14/15/16 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Redo Backup and Recovery 0.9.5 On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Runt Linux 5.0 On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Feather Linux 0.7.5 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Debian Live On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Peppermint Linux OS On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install GParted On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install PartedMagic On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install EasyPeasy 1.6 (NetBook Distro) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install DBAN 2.2.6 (Hard Disk Nuker) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install RIP Linux On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Dr.Web Live CD Scanner On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Lucid Puppy On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Fatdog64 (64 bit Puppy Linux) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install BackTrack 3, 4,5 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install YlmF OS V3.0 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Linux Mint On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Crunchbang On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install gOS 3.1 gadgets On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Ultimate Boot CD On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Gentoo 10.1 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install X PUD 0.9.2 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Simply MEPIS 8.0.15 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install EEEBuntu 3.0 (Netbook Distro) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install DSL (Damn Small Linux) 4.4.9 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Puppy Linux On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Install Puppy Arcade 8 (Console Game Emulator) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Kiwi Linux 9.04 On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install SLAX 6.1.2 On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install SliTaZ On USB – (Go ToHomepage)
·        Install Ophcrack XP On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        Install Clonezilla On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        Dynebolic 2.5.2 DHORUBA On USB – (GoTo Homepage)
·        PLoP Linux 4.0.5 (a minimalist Linux Rescue System) On USB – (Go To Homepage)
·        System Rescue CD 1.5.4 (another Linux Rescue System) On USB – (Go ToHomepage)

If You Have Any Questions, Feel Free To Post A Comment

Saturday, 8 October 2011

Ultra Defrag (Defragment Drive During Booting Of Your System)

  • system files defragmentation (registry, paging-file, .)
  • ultra fast NTFS analysis supported.
  • ability to automatically break defragmentation when the specified time interval gets elapsed.
  • fast defragmentation algorithm used.
  • executes powerful command line interface.
  • ability to make an auto-defragmentation through the Windows Task Scheduler.
  • ability to exclude any unimportant files based on flexible filters
  • ability to select multiple volumes for defragmentation
  • effective volume optimization algorithm
  • safety, it can never damage processed files
  • simplicity, it can be used without reading the documentation
  • ability to defragment single files/directories from the context menu of Explorer
  • ability to defragment additional streams attached to NTFS files
  • ability to defragment files, which have more fragments than specified by a threshold
  • well readable HTML reports
  • ability to automatically hibernate/shutdown PC after a job is done
  • native 64-bit support
  • multilingual graphical interface
  • little binaries (less than 500 kb)
  • portable version available which requires no installation

Supported file-systems

FAT12/16/32, NTFS; UDF (on Vista ,7 and later Windows Based systems).

Friday, 12 August 2011

Ultimate Boot CD 5.1.1

Ultimate Boot CD allows you to run the floppy-based diagnostic tools from your CD/DVD ROM drive & consolidate as many diagnostic tools as possible within a single bootable CD.
Take a Look.......

Thursday, 11 August 2011

How To Install Windows Seven With A USB PenDrive


To install windows seven with a USB device you need the Pen Drive or Some external device but its size should be atleast 4Gb. It also needs to be formatted during processing, so backup all the data on it.

:::: Method :1 ::::
Use this method if  you have the ISO image of your windows setup.
just download the tool from This Link ,install it and and follow the simple steps. I prefer to create an ISO image by using free tools like IMGBurn  and proceed with this method.  

:::: Method : 2::::
Use this method if you dont have the ISO image of the setup and have a DVD of windows seven installation.
Step 1: Formatting your USB device
   1.> Plug in your USB Flash Drive
   2.> Open a command prompt as administrator (Start >> All Programs >> Accessories >>    Command Prompt and Right click to select “Run as administrator”
   3.> Find the drive number of your USB Device by typing the following into the Command Prompt window:
      list disk
      The number of your USB drive will listed. You’ll need this in the next step.  Here assume that the USB flash drive is disk 1.
   4.> Format the drive by typing the next instructions into the same window. Replace the number “1” with the number of your disk below.
      select disk 1
      create partition primary
      select partition 1
      format fs=NTFS

Step 2: To Make the USB Device Bootable
Next we’ll use the bootsect utility that comes on the Vista or Windows 7 disk to make the flash drive bootable.  In the same command window that you were using in Step 1:

   1.> Insert your Windows Vista / 7 DVD into your drive.
   2.> Change directory to the DVD’s boot directory where bootsect lives:
      cd d:\boot
   3.> Use bootsect to set the USB as a bootable NTFS drive prepared for a Vista/Win7 image. Here assuming that your USB flash drive has been labeled disk E:\ by the computer:
      bootsect /nt60 e:
   4.> Now close the command prompt window.

Step 3: Copy the installation DVD files in the USB drive
Now just simply copy all the files from the DVD to your USB device.

Step 4: Set your BIOS to boot from USB
This is where you’re on your own since every computer is different. Most BIOS’s allow you to hit a key at boot and select a boot option.

If You Have Any Questions, Feel Free To Post A Comment

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

How To Secure Your Gmail Account From Hackers

Are you worried about security of your gmail account?

This is usual because just a complicated and strong password seems not to be sufficient to secure your account from hackers, because they can easily hack it without your knowledge by any means like phishing or keylogging or some other method. And its clear that if someone has your password, he/she surely destroys all your password recovery options like the security question and the secondary email option. Finally you loose control over your account
Thus there is need of something else the password . Ok. What if google gives you an unique password each time you make a new Login through SMS/Voice Call on your number?
Yes, its possible. By using "2 Step Verification" system of google accounts, google will provide you a new pass code to you on your cell phone each time you try to login besides your Regular Password. 
When you will try to login with your USERNAME and PASSWORD, google will instantly make a call or sms (as per your setup) and wil give you One More Password, and after enterintg that password, your login will be authonticated.

DONT WORRY. You have To do this "2 STEP Verification" once every 30days for each PC you use to login, its not a daily necessity.

Take a look
Go to login page and enter your username and password as usual.

After step 1, you will receive a 5digit code from google through sms or call., you will have to enter it on the next page.

And you have made a secure login.


For this,you need to turn on "Two Step Verification" for your google account.
STEP 1.   Go to Google Accounts and login as usual. Now select the option "Using 2-step verification".

STEP 2. Select start setup.

STEP 3. Select your desired method for receiving the password, i prefer using "Text Message (SMS) or Voice Call" option, and this tutorial is for the same.

STEP 4. Now select your country, enter your mobile number and select the means of receiving the password i.e. via text sms or voice call.

STEP 5. Now click on "Send Code". You will receive the sample verification code on your number, enter the code,select verify and press "Next".


STEP 6. Now your number is verified, now proceeding for the backup options in case you loose your phone number. Click "Next".

STEP 7. Now google will provide you 10 backup codes. These codes can be used in case your phone is not with you or you have lost it.

STEP 8. What if you loose those 10 codes too?   Dont worry, google provides one more rescue option. Enter the mobile number of some trusted person. Google will send the recovery code on that number in case you loose access to your one and the codes too. This is similar to password recovery email or secondary email.

STEP 9. Now one more thing to keep in mind is that if you are using some mobile phone apps like email synchronisation apps, or apps like snaptu or other similar java  applications, they actually are not designed to receive the password in two steps. So google will generate a special password for those apps in further steps. Well click Next to proceed.

STEP 10. Now click on "Turn on 2-step verification" to complete the whole process. You will be logged out, and the login screen will appear. Now you can make your first "2-step verification" login.

STEP 11. Now this is the step where you will get some google generated pasword for mobile apps, click "Create Password" to continue.

STEP 12. Now enter some name for the app or the phone (it doesnt matters what name you choose), and click generate.

STEP 13. Now you will get a special password which you may need to login with mobile apps, you can regenerate it whenever you want.

If You Have Any Questions, Feel Free To Post A Comment.