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on 12th July 2012 / by sandeep.sasikumar
Generating SSH keys and using them for connecting to SSH servers is a straightforward process on Linux. But for Windows users, Windows does not provide any support for the SSH protocol by default. There is no SSH client that comes by default on Windows. Let alone generating keys. Technical Solution Windows SSH Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 16th January 2009 / by webmaster
Disabling the USB storage device is of prime importance if you are running a firm with a number of PC's with Windows operating system. The chances are high for a PC to get infected through the USB device, especially when the installed OS is Windows. We have compiled the different steps required to disable USB storage device in a Windows PC. Two cases are under consideration here. 1: If the USB storage device is not installed on your computer and 2: if the USB storage device is already installed. Technical Solution Windows Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 21st July 2008 / by webmaster
If you do a google search on this topic you will come across different posts that says how windows does not allow booting of a logical partition and why windows should be installed on a primary partition. The fact of the matter is that windows allows itself to be installed on logical partitions but it will want a primary windows partition to boot up. Recently we faced a situation where we had to make a windows installed on a logical partition boot up on its own. Technical Solution Windows Installation Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Anonymous (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 Thanks a lot. = (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 How did you solve the problem? Add new comment
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on 18th November 2007 / by webmaster
Recently we came across a virus in one of our customers computers. The system was brought in with the complaint that it was running very slow and internet access was too slow to be of any use. We scanned the system with AVG and as was expected found a slew of viruses which AVG removed successfully after a complete scan. All but one - a file named startdrv.exe located at C:\Windows\Temp\startdrv.exe. AVG could not delete the file, neither could we delete it manually from Windows. Technical Solution Windows Virus Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Anonymous (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 The computer will not let me run the Ubuntu Live CD (or any other OS bootable cd); any suggestions? webmaster access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to Removing startdrv.exe - trojan backdoor cutwail family virus by Anonymous (not verified) Where exactly does it prevent you from booting into the Ubuntu CD? Did you enable boot from CD from the BIOS? If not then when you restart the system, enter the BIOS menu and goto the boot configuration page and enable Boot from CD as the first boot option. Then try booting from the Ubuntu Live CD sarah (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 Hi! I tried the method you suggested, but I didn't find any runtime2.sys files in system32. You mentioned that variants of the virus put files with different names in, so can you name any other possible filenames they might use? (I don't tinker around with the system32 folder very much, so I'm not familiar with what's supposed to be there and what's not). Also, all three regedit keys weren't there. (But startdrv still is) Thanks so much! webmaster access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to no runtime2.sys and regedit keys by sarah (not verified) Hi Sarah, There is another way to check it. Go to system32 folder and sort files by date modified descending. You should see a set of newly created files including a .sys file and a few image and html files. These would most probably have the same 'last modified date'. These files are used to build the content of the spam emails that will be sent by the mail server setup by startdrv.exe. Once you shortlist the possible culprits perform a google search with the file names and see which is the real culprit. Also the file would have corresponding entries in the registry at the following keys HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SafeBoot\Minimal\ Do get back in touch if you need any further help Cheers Anoop John Berch (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to no runtime2.sys and regedit keys by sarah (not verified) I remove the startdrv.exe using the method in the first post the only difference is that the runtime2.sys file not exist, the file I found is ctl_w32.sys and the keys are HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\startdrv HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ ctl_w32 HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SafeBoot\Minimal\ ctl_w32.sys Good luck , Berch. Thanks so much! Add new comment
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on 14th September 2007 / by webmaster
This is another common worm that infects computers and spreads from an infected system to another Technical Solution Windows Virus Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * bader (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 Hi It is impossible to see hidden files and folders I have 7 svchost.exe processes running and when I end the process for one of them a new window appears and shows a counter that will eventually restart my laptop. I tried the way shown above but I dont have the checked all in the right hand side. Please advice me what to do. Thanks for your cooperation in advance Bader webmaster access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to svchost.exe problem. Cannot find hidden files and folders by bader (not verified) Dear Bader, I think you must have tried to kill svchost.exe running under "SYSTEM" or "LOCAL SERVICE". Look for an svchost.exe running under either your user name or administrator. Try killing the same. In the registry editor, please make sure that you had navigated to the correct path, ie; HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE --> SOFTWARE --> Microsoft --> Windows --> CurrentVersion --> Explorer -->Advanced --> Folder --> Hidden --> SHOWALL. If you still could not find "Checked All", then, please do a search for "Checked All". Let us know the result. One more thing, do you find the hidden folder named "heap41a" in your C drive? To check that, go to Run and type C:\heap41a and then press ok. If that folder is there, you should have it opened using this command. cheers, Joju Joshua Anonymous (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 The author is right. in some cases it work. I have described the solution in a neither this nor that manner in my blog http://nairswindow.blogspot.com PLS VISIT and post your views. Thanks. Anonymous (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 hi iam who design salga worm thanks for try to get it salga code have 900 line of codes but new only have 20 line code vb6 but ideas on my mind only hey Egypt will be thebest all over the world Egywormo this is the design name released from xp10.com copy .exe virus code is only part of salga worm but copy.exe (perlovga) have only the same address thanks Add new comment
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on 07th September 2007 / by webmaster
A general issue faced by many of our customers is that they forget the administrator password whi Technical Solution Windows Password Recovery Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Anonymous (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 I would like to introduce Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 . it not only supports XP, 2000, and NT, I have personally tested it with Vista Home Premium and Ultimate. It works perfectly to reset any local user account to a blank password. I Wrote it to an old 128mb USB flash drive do this. Booting up and clearing a password takes a minute or two works like a charm. You can download it from windowspasswordsrecovery.com Chris (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 lost windows password? you can go into safe mode (F8 when booting up) to reset windows password when you forgot user account password,but if you forgot administrator password,there is no way to change administrator password when you forgot it,you must use software to reset administrator password.my favorite is windows login recovery. Anddy_2011 (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 I think Windows Password Seeker is the best Windows Password Recovery Tool. It is utilized to recover lost consumer and administrator passwords utilized to log on to house windows working systems. it is a fast, simply and effective to recover your forgotten or lost windows password. it could backup the Password storage space document earlier to clearing the password. The backup allows you to restore your computer to the state before removal . http://www.passwordseeker.com Tom (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 Great article! I have tried EBCD but with no luck! Eventually I managed to reset my lost admin password using PCUnlocker Live CD. Jack (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 A few days ago, I had met the headache things that I had forgotten Windows login password. The login screen rejected my passwords. I was frustrated because there was very important data on my disk and I couldn't reinstall the OS. …………. However, I fortunately got to know the PCUnlocker Live CD - http://www.top-password.com, which is a professional windows password recovery tool for us to reset windows admin password instantly yet no data loss. Add new comment
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on 26th August 2007 / by webmaster
Mircosoftpowerpoint.exe is a file that is created by a virus named w32.USBWorm. Technical Solution Windows Virus Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * vishvesh nayak (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 I was frustrated by the amount of trouble given by this virus. I was unable to fix this problem from last 2 days but thanks to ZYXWARE for this invaluable article that has saved the day. I always try my best to not to format my system but this virus made me think of that option also. But this article has helped me a lot. I have rarely seen any article which is written in such a precise manner that even a novice user will be able to get the problem fixed. Thanks once again webmaster access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to Thanks by vishvesh nayak (not verified) Hello, it was our pleasure that we got an opportunity to help you out with your problem. Do keep visiting our website - www.zyxware.com for more articles related to various issues concerning to computers and laptops. Also if you face some problems and if you cannot find in our website, do let us know. We shall definitely try to help you out. cheers Team Zyxware Anonymous (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to Thanks by vishvesh nayak (not verified) Hey !! To Prevent spreading of this virus just delete this virus by detecting it in any linux based operating system!! Almost every Virus is inactive there!! ravi (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 sir i m very thankful fo ur support graaaar (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 hi i think i have the same virus but i noticed some other things, like that task manager stops working? and i've seen on some other sites notices about other things that it does...(like stop control panel and some other programs from working..) i did system restore (i didn't know what was wrong with my comp back then and this restored task manager but i think it got infected again. Is there any antivirus software that deals with this? plus except for formatting the usb, is there any way to remove the virus from the system? i have got some important work in it. i can't really destroy it but don't know what to do.! I am a novice by the way! and i DO understand your advice but am too scared to do it yet in case i mess it all up. As for now my comp stays off. Add new comment
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on 15th August 2007 / by webmaster
Ubuntu installation on a system which already has other operating systems is simple. Technical Solution Linux Windows Dualboot GRUB Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * abey (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 What is the benifit of ubuntu Is this is good as fedora? How to install other software in ubuntu? Is it eazy to install linux software in ubuntu? How to get ubuntu in kerala Are there any solution providers in kerala webmaster access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 In reply to ubuntu by abey (not verified) Ubuntu - Linux for the common man Get Ubuntu CDs Delivered to your doorstep Ubuntu Pre-installed Systems Prasad.S.R (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 Obtain a bootable Windows XP CD, and use it to boot. Wait through all the Bill-messages until you get the first prompt. Choose R to repair an existing installation. It will search and prompt the Windows installation, showing : 1) C:\WINDOWS choose 1, and it will ask for the Admin password. If you have one enter it or just press Enter. C:\WINDOWS> Now, type C:\WINDOWS> CD .. C:\> FIXBOOT C: C:\> FIXMBR C:\> BOOTCFG /rebuild After the BOOTCFG, it will ask if you want to add the Installation it found, and to be safe answer "Y". Prasad.S.R (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 What to do: Put the Linux liveCD or boot disk you created while the installation; on the floppy drive, boot the system and run grub command Remember that for grub (hd0,1) means hda (primary controller master), second partition. Now we need to tell grub where are the grub files: If you know where they are, type something like: root (hd0,1) else if you have no idea, type: find /boot/grub/stage1 and then the root command with the correct parameters: setup (hd0) to install it on hd0, that is MBR of the first HD. type quit and reboot. The menu will appear again. If you want to make some changes to the boot menu, you must edit the file: /boot/grub/menu.lst $ gksu gedit media/disk/boot/grub/menu.lst sagar raythatha (not verified) access_time 01 Dec 2020 - 07:45 Hey all you can find best solution of this problem over here: http://goo.gl/HXsZv Add new comment