Hi Friends ..!

This is keenly for you the college students who are struggling with / worrying about downloading from TORRENT in your college network. The Firewall used in most of the colleges is the CYBEROAM which makes blocks downloading your favorite movies or games or software or anything from Torrent.

You can make it possible by the way I mentioned below. Follow these steps as I illustrated and unblock your torrent, speed up your data transfer rate and enjoy downloading.

STEP 1 : ADD TRACKERS

1. Open the torrent file in your Torrent client software(Say uTorrent).

2. Then Right-Click the file and select Properties

Unblock Torrent Cyberoam Step 1

3. A window opens up. In the General Tab you may see the list of trackers (It is the Url that begins with UDP / HTTP) in the Trackers Textboxwhich you can edit as per your wish. Goto the end of the list and paste the Trackers I mentioned below. Make sure that every trackers are separated by a blank line (empty line).

Unblock Torrent Cyberoam Step 2

udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce

udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce

udp://tracker.istole.it:80/announce

udp://tracker.1337x.org:80/announce

http://exodus.desync.com:6969/announce

udp://fr33domtracker.h33t.com:3310/announce

http://fr33dom.h33t.com:3310/announce

udp://fr33dom.h33t.com:3310/announce

udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce

udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce

udp://tracker.istole.it:80/announce

udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce

udp://tracker.torrent.to:2710/announce

http://exodus.1337x.org/announce

udp://tracker.ccc.de:80/announce

http://tracker.zokio.net/announce

STEP 2 : Change Setting

1. Goto Options Menu and select Preferences

Unblock Torrent Cyberoam Step 4

2. Preferences window opens up. Select BitTorrent from left-pane. Change the value of Outgoing (dropdown) as Forced and click Ok.

Unblock Torrent Cyberoam Step 5

STEP 3 : Update Trackers

1. Now Right-Click the file and select Update Trackers from the pop-up menu. Thats it ..!

Unblock Torrent Cyberoam Step 6

And finally its time to see the magic of higher speed as ever before with no more interuption ..

Unblock Torrent Cyberoam Step 3

Enjoy Torrent download ..

Source :Rambabu Saravanan

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Hadoop 2.0 goes beyond MapReduce to create a general framework for distributed data-processing applications

 

The new Hadoop is nothing less than the Apache Foundation’s attempt to create a whole new general framework for the way big data can be stored, mined, and processed.

It ought to not only further stimulate the way apps are written for Hadoop, but also allow for the creation of entirely new data-crunching methodologies within Hadoop that simply weren’t possible because of its earlier architectural limitations. In short, it’s good stuff.

What’s been holding Hadoop back all this time? More important, where’s it going from here?

Various criticisms of Hadoop have revolved around its scaling limitations, but the biggest constraint on scale has been its job handling. All jobs in Hadoop are run as batch processes through a single daemon called JobTracker, which creates a scalability and processing-speed bottleneck.

With Hadoop 2, the JobTracker approach has been scrapped. Instead, Hadoop uses an entirely new job-processing framework built using two daemons: ResourceManager, which governs all jobs in the system, and NodeManager, which runs on each Hadoop node and keeps the ResourceManager informed about what’s happening on that node. (Each running application also has its own governor, ApplicationMaster.)

This setup is so unlike the previous MapReduce that Apache gave it an entirely new name: YARN, or Yet Another Resource Negotiator, with the new MapReduce running as one of many possible components for it. In fact, Apache claims that any distributed application can run on YARN, albeit with some porting. To that end, Apache’s maintained a list of YARN-compatible applications, such as the social-graph analysis system Apache Giraph (which Facebook uses). More are on the way from other parties, too.

As radical as this approach is, Apache wisely decided not to break backward compatibility, so MapReduce 2 still has the same APIs as its predecessor. Existing jobs just need a recompile to work properly.

It’s also hardly coincidence that YARN makes Hadoop far more cross-compatible with other Apache projects for massaging big data. Use one, and it becomes far easier to use the rest. Such a rising tide for Hadoop would help lift all of Apache’s related boats.

The biggest win of all here is how MapReduce itself becomes just one possible way of many to mine data through Hadoop. Apache’s own Spark, another candidate for porting to YARN, might be better suited to some kinds of work than MapReduce, so Hadoop 2 gives you more flexibility to choose the engine that’s the best fit.

The two big Hadoop vendors, Cloudera and Hortonworks, both have their own discussions of how YARN is crucial stuff, even if they approach Hadoop from markedly different directions. Cloudera’s Impala offers the ability to run low-latency SQL queries against HDFS-stored data, which makes them best suited to live analytics; Hortonworks has chosen to go with Apache’s native Hive technology, which is best for data warehouse operations (like long-running queries with lots of join-type operations).

Porting apps to YARN isn’t a trivial effort, though, so the payoff involved in reworking Hadoop this radically will be strongly based on how much gets deployed within the new framework. But the fact that both Cloudera and Hortonworks are solidly behind Hadoop 2 and haven’t forked the product — or stuck with its earlier iterations — is major evidence Hadoop 2 isn’t just smoke or mirrors. Or tangled yarn.


Today we are going to address a weird problem which has been faced by several Windows 8 users. I have received many emails about this problem from various AskVG readers. Recently I received another similar email from an AskVG reader “Ashok Singh Chauhan” which helped me in investigating this problem as well as finding a working solution for it.

OK. Let’s talk about the problem first. Many times Windows 8 starts showing weird characters such asvertical rectangles instead of new Metro icons in several places such as Start Screen, Login Screen, several Metro apps, etc. Following images will help you in better understanding the problem:

Vertical rectangles showing in Windows 8 Start Screen:

Vertical_Rectangle_Problem_Windows_8_Start_Screen.png

Weird characters in Windows 8 Login Screen:

Vertical_Rectangle_Problem_Windows_8_Login_Screen.png

As you can see in the above screenshots, the default icons are missing and unknown characters are showing in place of these icons. In many Windows 8 systems, the scrollbar arrows at Start Screen are also replaced by these strange rectangles. It looks very ugly and users have no idea why is this problem occurring in their systems?

Start Screen and login screen are not only the places which show these weird rectangles, you may also see these characters in several Windows Store apps such as Mail, Weather, etc.

Now you might be thinking why does it happen? Let me tell you the reason. This problem occurs if a system font “Segoe UI Symbol” is missing or corrupt in Windows 8. This font contains several metro icons which are shown in the places mentioned above and if the font gets deleted from Windows 8 or if the font becomes corrupt, then Windows 8 starts showing these weird characters instead of metro icons because Windows can’t find the required icons to show.

Sometimes 3rd party software also replace the default “Segoe UI Symbol” font in Windows 8 with an older version of the same font which can also cause this annoying issue.

If you are also facing this problem, first check the version number of “Segoe UI Symbol” font in your Windows. It must be version 5.90 as shown in following image:

New_Segoe_UI_Symbol_Font_Windows_8.png

If the version number of the font in your system is 5.01, it means either you or a 3rd party software replaced the default font with an older version of the font which comes preinstalled with Windows 7:

Old_Segoe_UI_Symbol_Font.png

Now the question comes how to fix the issue? Very simple! You just need to grab a copy of the original “Segoe UI Symbol” font which comes with Windows 8 and install the font in your system. It’ll immediately solve your problem.

Just check out following steps to fix this weird rectangle problem in Windows 8:

STEP 1: Grab the Original Segoe UI Symbol Font

First you’ll need to get the original font file to install in your system. You can follow any of following 3 methods to grab a copy of the font:

Method 1:

If you have access to another Windows 8 computer, you can copy “Segoe UI Symbol” font from that system and paste the font in your Windows 8 computer. You just need to type Fonts in RUN dialog box and press Enter. It’ll open Fonts folder. Scroll down and you’ll see “Segoe UI Symbol Regular” font in the list. Right-click on the font and select copy option and then you can paste the font file in your USB drive. After that copy the font file in your Windows 8 system.

Method 2:

You can also extract the font from Windows 8 setup ISO. Just check out following tutorial to learn how to extract system files from Windows setup ISO:

How to Extract / Copy System Files from Windows Setup?

Using this method you can extract the seguisym.ttf file present in Windows\Fonts folder.

Method 3:

If you don’t want to copy the font from any other Windows 8 system or don’t want to extract the font from Windows 8 setup ISO, you can download it directly using following link:

Download Segoe UI Symbol Font

After downloading the ZIP file, extract it and you’ll get the font file seguisym.ttf.

STEP 2: Install Segoe UI Symbol Font in Windows 8

Once you get the original font file, right-click on it and select “Install” option.

Install_Segoe_UI_Symbol_Font_Windows_8.png

It’ll ask you to replace existing font, click on Yes button.

That’s it. It’ll immediately fix the problem. You can also restart your system to take effect. After restart you’ll see default icons instead of those annoying rectangles in Windows 8.


How to hack Email account:

If you are a newbie and don’t know about cookie, then for your information, Cookie is a piece of text stored on user computer by websites visited by the user. This stored cookie is used by webserver to identify and authenticate the user. So, if you steal this cookie (which is stored in victim browser) and inject this stealed cookie in your browser, you can imitate victim identity to webserver and enter hisEmail account easily. This is called Session Hijacking. Thus, you can easily hack Email account using such Cookie stealing hacks.

Tools needed for Cookie stealing attack:

Cookie stealing attack requires two types of tools:

  1. Cookie capturing tool
  2. Cookie injecting/editing tool

1. Cookie capturing tool:

Suppose, you are running your computer on a LAN. The victim too runs on same LAN. Then, you can use Cookie capturing tool to sniff all the packets to and from victim computer. Some of the packets contain cookie information. These packets can be decoded using Cookie capturing tool and you can easily obtain cookie information necessary to hackEmail account. Wireshark and HTTP Debugger Pro softwares can be used to capture cookies.

Update: Check out my Wireshark tutorial for more information on cookie capturing tool.

2. Cookie injecting/editing tool:

Now, once you have successfully captured your victim cookies, you have inject those cookies in your browser. This job is done using Cookie injecting tool. Also, in certain cases after injection, you need to edit cookies which can be done by Cookie editing tool. This cookie injection/editing can be done using simple Firefox addons Add N Edit Cookies and Greasemonkey scripts. I will write more on these two tools in my future articles.

Drawbacks of Cookie Stealing:

Cookie Stealing is neglected because it has some serious drawbacks:

  1. Cookie has an expiry time i.e. after certain trigger cookie expires and you cannot use it to hijack victim session. Cookie expiry is implemented in two ways:
    1. By assigning specific timestamp(helpful for us).
    2. By checking for triggers like user exiting from webbrowser. So, in such cases, whenever user exits from his browser, his cookie expires and our captured cookie becomes useless.
  2. Cookie stealing becomes useless in SSL encrypted environment i.e. for https (Secure HTTP) links. But, most Email accounts and social networking sites rarely use https unless vicitm has manually set https as mandatory connection type.
  3. Also, most cookies expire once victim hits on LogOut button. So, you have to implement this Cookie stealing hack while user is logged in. But, I think this is not such a serious drawback because most of us have the habit of checking “Remember Me”. So, very few people actually log out of their accounts on their PCs.

So friends, this was a short tutorial on basics of how to hack Email account using Cookie Stealing. As I have stated, Cookie stealing has some disadvantages. But, I think Cookie stealing is a handy way to hack an Email account. In my next articles, I will post detailed tutorial to hack Facebook and Gmail accounts using Cookie stealing. If you have any problem in this tutorial on how to hack Email account using Cookie stealing, please mention it in comments.

Enjoy Cookie stealing trick to hack Email account…

Source & Credit :: go4expert & Rajesh Chaukwale


textanywhere-1

outed as a simpler, subscription-free alternative to the Delorme inReach, the Text Anywhere is a portable, satellite-powered hot spot that adds virtually unlimited text-messaging range to your phone. If your work or play takes you to remote regions of the world out of mobile phone range, this device can keep you in touch with the folks back in civilization.

The Text Anywhere unit pairs with compatible Wi-Fi-equipped computers, smartphones, laptops and tablets. However, unlike some other satellite pairing devices, the Text Anywhere works via a Web app rather than relying on an OS-specific app, giving users a little extra device flexibility. Just like the inReach, it works on the Iridium satellite network, providing global coverage – with the exception of some countries where it is currently disabled, such as Cuba and North Korea, and in places with no clear view of the sky, such as canyons and under thick tree canopies.

To use the Text Anywhere device, you simply select it as your Wi-Fi network on a compatible device and open the browser-based application. You can then send 160-character text messages or text-only emails. It is a two-way device, so you can also receive text messages and text-only emails, and other functions include social media integration and location sharing.

Unlike the inReach, the Text Anywhere is not designed as a rescue device. While you could theoretically use it to contact a friend or rescue agency via text or email, it does not connect you directly to a global rescue coordination center the way inReach and SPOT satellite beacons do. Its location-sharing feature is also not designed as a rescue pinpointing tool. This is really just a device to keep you in touch with friends and family while out of mobile phone range, not a satellite rescue beacon.

The Text Anywhere measures 4 x 4 x 1.5 in (10 x 10 x 4 cm) and weighs 7 oz (200 g) before you pop in the four AA batteries. The device can also be powered by a vehicle’s electrical outlet with the included 12-volt adapter.

An advantage of the Text Anywhere is that it doesn’t require an annual or multi-month package subscription contract. As I personally learned with the SPOT messenger, annual subscriptions for such satellite beacons cost a lot of money (especially when they lock you into an auto-renew) for very little usage. Most users will only need them for a couple of weeks or months out of the year, so a flexible, no-subscription model is an advantage.

Text Anywhere offers a monthly package for US$29.99, which includes 100 messages. The overage rate is $0.27 per message, and there is a one-time activation fee of $35. The device itself costs $399.

Source: Text Anywhere


First dual-boot Windows Phone 8 and Android handsets said to arrive by June

Windows and Android are such good pals, they’re quite literally inseparable on a number of dual-boot devices. Aside from some old community-driven projects, however, the relationship between Google’s mobile OS and Windows Phone hasn’t blossomed to a point where they’re officially comfortable sharing a smartphone. Well, they better pencil in a bonding session, because The Times of India reportslocal manufacturer Karbonn is set to launch the first such dual-boot handset by June. With the ink now dry on a deal with Microsoft — presumably a WP license agreed behind closed doors at MWC — plans are to offer a range of split-personality devices with professional and tech-savvy types in mind. Perhaps they’ll run Windows Phone 8.1 right off the bat, too, given the new version’s broader hardware support, and show that you needn’t create mutant advocates to tempt consumers one way or another.

Source : http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/03/karbonn-dual-boot-windows-phone-android/

Article : Times Of India


Lately it seems like Apple can’t build anything without a few prototype casesleaking into public view, and now we’re seeing pictures of what could be the next iPhone. Posted by a Twitter user earlier today and addressed to several Apple-focused websites, the “iPhone 6” shells look very close to current models, but are thinner and have space for a larger edge to edge-style display, which has been rumored before. Sonny Dickson, who has previously obtained iPhone and iPad parts prior to the launch of new devices, has also apparently received the same pictures and tells MacRumors they came from a source in China. Based on the ports, MacRumors says the parts here are 2.6-inches wide, compared to the iPhone 5s which is 2.31 inches. Are these pics the real thing, and if they are, do they represent what we’ll likely see from Apple later this year? Without any details to back them up we can’t be sure, but you can check out a few more pictures for yourself after the break.

UpdateForum posters at MacRumors have taken a closer look at the images and found several reasons to believe they’re rendered fakes, including textures that repeat and the usage of an out-of-date font.

View image on Twitter

Read More  : http://www.engadget.com/2014/02/12/alleged-iphone-6-parts-leak/?ncid=rss_truncated&cps=gravity

Chat  —  Posted: 20/03/2014 in Mobile Technology


Remember all those Windows 8 screenshots that surfaced before the platform was released? Well, some of those might have been courtesy of Alex Kibkalo, an ex-Microsoft employee who was just arrested for stealing and leaking company secrets. Unlike the HTC execs who reportedly stole trade secrets to run a new firm, though, Kibkalo allegedly leaked info to a French tech blogger for something akin to revenge — he was apparently angry over receiving a poor performance review when he was still with Microsoft. According to Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the accused sent the blogger (whom he met on a forum) parts of Windows 8’s code and Microsoft’s Activation Server Software Development Kit. While Kibkalo’s charging paper states that the blogger only posted Windows 8 screenshots, Microsoft believes its former employee also encouraged him to share the development kit online. He supposedly wanted that to happen so hackers can use the kit (one of Microsoft’s defenses against software piracy) to crack the company’s products.

If you’re wondering how exactly the accused got caught, it’s because the blogger contacted Microsoft in September 2012 to verify the Windows 8 code Kibkalo sent. When Redmond determined its authenticity, investigators looked through the blogger’s Hotmail account and instant messenger, where they found incriminating emails and chat logs. In one of those sessions, the accused even claimed that he broke into one of the company’s buildings in an attempt to copy a server. Kibkalo’s now facing criminal charges for this particular offense, but according to investigators, he also bragged about leaking Windows 7 files in the past.

[Image credit: Victor/Flickr]


Software Requirements

  1. MySQL DB with Work Bench
    DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mysql.com/downloads/
  2. MySql Connector for .NET
    DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mysql.com/downloads/connector/net/
    Download the binary and install to your machine where you need to run your application.
  3. .NET Platform / Visual Studio
    DOWNLOAD LINK: http://msdn.microsoft.com/hi-in/netframework/default.aspx
    You may download and install the .NET framework of your required version 1.1/2/3.5 or 4.
    This article supports all the above mentioned versions.

MySql Database Creation and Table Creation
I assume that you can create MySql Database and Tables I proceed to the C# Programming part

Web.config File
The following is a simple connection string statement I use in my development practice. You may also ignore Web.config and write the connection string inline on the code page. But it is not recommended as it is vulnerable to disclose your database credentials (Database Username and Password) in the code page. Say you may have more than one developers working on the project and you many not want to share the database credentials with them, this practice will help you the most. Apart from this the content in the web.config file is more secured than content in other pages by the ASP.NET architecture.

Syntax:

<add  name=”<give some name to call this connection string>”
connectionstring=”server=ip address or name>
initial catalog=<database name>
uid=<database username=””>;
pwd=<database password>”
providerName=”MySql.Data.MySqlClient”/>

Example:

<add  name=”MyConnection1″
connectionstring=”server=localhost;
initial catalog=mysampledb;
uid=root;
pwd=mypassword”
providerName=”MySql.Data.MySqlClient”/>

ASP.NET C#
Here I use ASP.NET and C# to explain the database programming with MySql. I assume that you have basic knowledge of ASP.NET and C# programming.

Go to the code behind and proceed with the following code.

  1. Incluse the usings.

    using MySql.Data.MySqlClient;

  2. Declare the private variables inside the main class (pls not the class not the main function)

    //CREATING CONNECTION INSTANCE / NOTE: CONNECTION WILL NOT OPEN HERE
    MySqlConnection con = new MySqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings[
    “myconnstr”].ConnectionString);

    //CREATING INSTANCE OF COMMAND AND DATA READER / REQUIRED FOR ACCESSING DATA MANUALLY
    MySqlCommand cmd;
    MySqlDataReader dr;
    //CREATING INSTANCE OF DATA SET / REQUIRED FOR BINDING DATA WITH DATAGRID/DATALIST
    DataSet ds = new DataSet();

  3. Opening Database Connection

    if (con.State == ConnectionState.Closed)
    {
    con.Open();
    }

  4. Adding Data to the Database

    string qry = “INSERT INTO sample_table(first_name, last_name)”;
    cmd = new MySqlCommand(qry, con);
    cmd.ExecuteNonQuery();

Introduction to C# / ASP.NET with C#

ASP.NET is a Microsoft technology for web applications. ASP stands for Active Server Pages. As the name specifies the pages are programs that are stored and executed on the server. When a call is made to the page the page gets compiled (if not already compiled) and returned to the client browser as a file in HTML and JavaScript combination. The .NET platform is a proven Microsoft technology for applications. ASP.NET is limited to Windows platform. We will discuss more about the ASP.NET and C# in a separate article soon.

Introduction to MySql Database
MySql is an opensource database backed by Oracle Corporation. It is a powerful and efficient database that you can rely on it for your enterprise needs. Most companies prefer MySql for their data storage needs and high transaction processing. MySql is reliable and programmer friendly too. It has a large user base and strong community to support. However, the PHP & MySql combination is the best pair on internet! It is not that C# doesn’t go well with MySql but the opensource PHP beat the C# or any other language on Internet. Let us not worry about that! We have enough articles and resources for C# integration and programming with MySql and abundant help content for MySql. We will discuss more about the MySql in a separate article soon.

Source : Arun’s Blog

Link  —  Posted: 28/12/2013 in ASP.NET
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