Saturday, February 11, 2017

How To Fix a Water Damaged iPhone

How To Fix a Water Damaged iPhone

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Published on Jan 29, 2016

Today I show you how to quickly fix any water damaged phone. This fast repair technique works with all types of phones, tablets & iPods! No matter how badly water damaged your phone is, you'll be able to fix it in minutes for free! No need to send it off for repairs, just follow the easy step by step instructions & your phone will be good as new in no time. Please note this method works with all models of iPhone, Samsung Galaxy as well as all other major phone brands.

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Sunday, April 10, 2016

Margo Price "Hurtin' (On The Bottle)" Official Video

Margo Price "Hurtin' (On The Bottle)" Official Video

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How to remove Conficker worm

Infected with Conficker Worm.

Some or all of the following symptoms are present:

    Network slowdown caused by infected machines hammering each other
    Heavy traffic on ports 139 and 445
    Machines trying to access many gibberish domains
    Machines constantly broadcasting (pinging) other machines
    Accounts constantly getting locked out as the worm tries to crack passwords, which results in failed logins
    Many 529, 675, 680, 681 events in security logs on servers. (All basically pointing to audit failure failed logins)

The following services may be stopped or disabled on infected machines:

    Error Reporting
    Automatic Updates
    Background Intelligent Transfer Service
    Windows Defender (if installed and not disabled by VIPRE already)
    Blocks certain DNS lookups
    Exploits MS08-067 vulnerability in Server service
    Does an in-memory patch of DNSAPI.DLL to block lookups of anti-malware related web sites
    Disables Safe Mode
    Disables AutoUpdate
    Kills anti-malware
    Scans for and terminates processes with names of anti-malware, patch or diagnostic utilities at one-second intervals


    VIPRE Business
    All Supported Environments


    The first step is to implement the steps in this Microsoft KB article. This has to be accomplished first, or any fixes that are applied will be undone by the worm. (Please follow the article carefully. Modifying the permissions on the svchost key incorrectly can lead to total network outage resulting in having to fix every machine manually on the entire network.)
    Ensure that all the Windows machines on your network are protected by VIPRE. Agents must be up to at least version 3.1.2848 to be fully protected from this threat. If there are any Agents not up to that version, or if there are any machines that do not currently have VIPRE installed, they will be the likely source of continued problems in removing Conficker.
    Infected machines on the network must be located and cleaned. To do this we recommend a utility called NMAP. NMAP has built-in Conficker detection and can accurately point out infected machines by analyzing the type of network traffic that they produce. NMAP will not clean the machines identified, it simply tells you which machines need to be deep scanned and rebooted. You can download the NMAP Windows installer here:
    During installation, NMAP will install WinPCap. You will need to allow this. WinPCap may already have been installed by another network sniffer. NMAP will ask to uninstall old version and install new. This is OK. You do not need the NPF service to auto-run. It will start as needed when you run NMAP. You likely will want it to add itself to system variables so Windows knows where NMAP lives no matter where the cmd prompt is running from. The machine you install this on usually requires a reboot, so it might be a good idea not to put it on servers running business-critical services that cannot be interrupted. It should not require restart unless you want NPF service to auto start which is really not needed. After the install is complete, the following procedure will direct NMAP to go hunting for any machines exhibiting Conficker like behavior.
    The command to locate infected machines: (from an open cmd prompt) "nmap --script p2p-conficker,smb-os-discovery,smb-check-vulns --script-args=safe=1 -T4 -vv -p445 [target_networks] > outputfile.txt" Example: "nmap --script p2p-conficker,smb-os-discovery,smb-check-vulns --script-args=safe=1 -T4 -vv -p445 > c:\logs\conficker_scan1.txt" The resulting text files is a list of machines that will need a VIPRE deep scan. You may want to run NMAP scans in smaller sections of the network at a time so you do not have large log files to look through. ***Don't change the safe=1 switch or you may crash machines.***Other than the IP range and output log files, you can leave the rest of the string of commands "as is" for best results and highest safety. If you have more than one subnet -- you will need to scan each one separately.
    The machines showing under the "likely infected" list are the ones you are most interested in. If VIPRE is installed on the machines, scanned & nothing is found they may just need a reboot to finish removing the worm from memory. If the machines are not rebooted they will continue to generate traffic. If rebooting does not help -- it is possible that the ms08-067 patch either is not installed or has been patched by Conficker itself so will need re-installing.
    Once the identified machines have been scanned, cleaned and rebooted you will want to perform a couple more rounds of running NMAP to be certain there are no other infected machines online. Once that is done Conficker traffic should slow and then disappear as the infected machines that were causing it become clean through this process.
    Once you are comfortable that everything is cleaned up and you want to lift the restrictions set earlier, you can do so now.
    If you applied the GPO according to the Microsoft kb962007 article you cannot simply delete the GPO because doing that will leave the systems in a 'locked down' state.
    You will need to lift the restrictions set on the svchost registry key & the windows tasks folder otherwise you may run into issues down the road installing windows updates or any other software that needs write access to those objects.
    You should be able to edit the GPO & inherit the permissions from parent objects to restore the default permissions.
    The MS article you used to apply the GPO has instructions for resetting the permissions. This should be left in place for a few days to ensure all the PCs on the network get the updated GPO.
    You may consider leaving autorun disabled as an added layer of security against threats that use that method to spread.
    VIPRE policy configuration recommendations

    The policies where the general users are in I would leave the on access at half
    This should not have any performance issues yet give VIPRE the chance to react faster to incoming threats before they have a chance to try to execute
    If the servers run fine while at the 1/2 way setting It will not hurt to leave them at that
    As long as you have the recommended exclusions in place performance shouldn't be hindered
    Scanning USB devices should be left enabled across the board
    Scanning rootkits should be left enabled across the board
    If anything gets through ever again those settings should give you the earliest possible warning so it will be easier to contain to a much more limited number of machines if it does get on more than one.



W32.Downadup, also known as Conficker by some news agencies and antivirus vendors, is an extremely interesting piece of malicious code and one of the most prolific worms in recent years. It has an extremely large infection base – estimated to be upwards of 3 million computers - that have the potential to do a lot of damage. This is largely attributed to the fact that it is capable of exploiting computers that are running unpatched Windows XP SP2 and Windows 2003 SP1 systems. Other worms released over the past few years have largely targeted older system versions, which have an ever decreasing distribution.

W32.Downadup spreads primarily by exploiting the Microsoft Windows Server Service RPC Handling Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (BID 31874), which was first discovered in late-October of 2008. It scans the network for vulnerable hosts, but instead of flooding it with traffic, it selectively queries various computers in an attempt to mask its traffic instead. It also takes advantage of Universal Plug and Play to pass through routers and gateways.

It also attempts to spread to network shares by brute-forcing commonly used network passwords and by copying itself to removable drives.

It has the ability to update itself or receive additional files for execution. It does this by generating a large number of new domains to connect to every day. The worm may also receive and execute files through a peer-to-peer mechanism by communicating with other compromised computers, which are seeded into the botnet by the malware author.

The worm blocks access to predetermined security-related websites so that it appears that the network request timed out. Furthermore, it deletes registry entries to disable certain security-related software, prevent access to Safe Mode, and to disable Windows Security Alert notifications. 

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Friday, March 25, 2016

Download Google Nik collection free

Today we’re making the Nik Collection available to everyone, for free.

Photo enthusiasts all over the world use the Nik Collection to get the best out of their images every day. As we continue to focus our long-term investments in building incredible photo editing tools for mobile, including Google Photos and Snapseed, we’ve decided to make the Nik Collection desktop suite available for free, so that now anyone can use it.

The Nik Collection is comprised of seven desktop plug-ins that provide a powerful range of photo editing capabilities -- from filter applications that improve color correction, to retouching and creative effects, to image sharpening that brings out all the hidden details, to the ability to make adjustments to the color and tonality of images.

Starting March 24, 2016, the latest Nik Collection will be freely available to download: Analog Efex Pro, Color Efex Pro, Silver Efex Pro, Viveza, HDR Efex Pro, Sharpener Pro and Dfine. If you purchased the Nik Collection in 2016, you will receive a full refund, which we’ll automatically issue back to you in the coming days.

We’re excited to bring the powerful photo editing tools once only used by professionals to even more people now.

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How to make a website for beginner

Here’s why you’ll love this website setup guide:

The guide is very detailed, yet very easy to follow – even if you’re not very technical.

Other guides are outdated or misleading. I update my guides every month.
Fast Setup

You’ll have a clean, mobile-friendly website up and running in less than an hour.

Your website will be set up the right way on the right platform for what you need.


Before you start worrying about colour schemes and domain names, you’ve got to decide what platform you’re going to build your website with.

What do I mean by “platform”?

Well, back in 2004 when I got started with web development, most sites were built using HTML (code), CSS and even Flash. These took a lot of time to learn and were tricky to master.

That’s why most people still think creating a website from scratch is difficult or requires a lot of coding and design skills – but that’s no longer true!

In 2016, content management systems (CMS) like WordPress have made creating a website accessible to everyone.

To put simply, a content management system (or website building platform) is a user-friendly platform for building websites and managing your own online content, instead of using a bunch of loose HTML pages.


To get a new website online, you’re going to need two things:

    A domain name (a web address like
    Hosting (a service that connects your site to the internet)

The WordPress platform itself is free, but a domain name and hosting will cost you around $3 – $5 a month (less than a coffee, so it won’t break the bank).

Owning your own domain name looks far more professional than having your site on someone else’s domain (like, and it’s super affordable, too.

Plus, having your own hosting will also make sure your website loads quickly and won’t go down for hours at a time (pretty important for everyone who visits your pages.)

Set up your WordPress Website

Once you’ve bought your domain name and set up your hosting, you’re well on your way!

Now it’s time to get your website up and running. The first thing you’ll need to do is install WordPress to your domain.

Installing WordPress

There are two possible ways to install WordPress, one MUCH easier than the other.

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Monday, March 21, 2016

Apple's iPhone SE

Apple's iPhone SE announcement: what to expect from Monday’s event

Apple's biggest products, just smaller

The announcements are shaping up to be a sequel to those made at Apple's last event, held six months ago. There, Apple announced the iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, an expansion of Apple Watch designs, and updates to iOS. This month, picture all of that repeated, but smaller. The current speculation is that Apple is about to unveil a new 4-inch iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro, and additional Watch bands. It might even use this as a chance to launch an update to iOS 9.

How to watch Apple's iPhone SE spring event

All of the updates are set to kick off at 10 a.m. PT when CEO Tim Cook will take the stage. For those not able to follow along live from Cupertino, Apple will be live streaming the event on its website so you don't have to miss a second.

As usual, Apple limits its live video feed to those running Safari on an iOS device (iOS 7 and later), Mac OS X (10.8.5 with Safari 6.0.5 or newer) or those with a second or third generation Apple TV with 6.2 or later. Windows 10 users can also watch on Microsoft's Edge browser.

Anti-Viral Foods and Herbs

A virus is an infection that cannot be cured with antibiotics. Examples of viral infections include the common cold and flu. Many foods and herbs are known for their antiviral properties, which means that they prevent or kill viruses. Some foods and herbs also have the ability to boost the immune system.


Garlic's antiviral properties can be attributed to a substance called allicin, which is activated when garlic is crushed, according to Fitness Arts. Garlic can be consumed in a variety of ways--it can be eaten raw or cooked, or taken in a capsule or extract. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, studies show that people taking garlic supplements are less likely to be infected with the common cold. Also, garlic was shown to speed recovery time once infected.


The most common use for St. John's Wort is alleviating minor depression, although it has antibacterial and antiviral properties as well. The University of Maryland Medical Center states that laboratory research shows that St. John's Wort may kill or slow the growth of human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV; however, it interferes with medications used to treat people with the virus, so HIV patients should not take the herb, and it should be used with caution in healthy adults who want to use it for its antiviral properties. The herb is contraindicated with several common medications such as antidepressants and anticoagulants. St. John's Wort can be dried and consumed, or can be ingested as a tea. Capsules and extracts are also available.


Echinacea is a powerful immune-boosting herb. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, echinacea can shorten the duration of the common cold and flu, and reduce symptoms such as sore throat, cough and fever. To be effective, it should be taken at the first sign of infection, such as a runny nose, sore throat or fatigue.


Astragalus is primarily used for its immune-boosting properties. The University of Maryland Medical Center states that studies have shown that astragalus has antiviral properties and stimulates the immune system. Researchers have investigated astragalus as a possible treatment for people whose immune systems have been compromised by chemotherapy or radiation.


Vitamins A, C, and E are all antioxidants vital to protecting the body against infection. Foods high in vitamin A include carrots and sweet potatoes. Red peppers are surprisingly high in vitamin C, along with the obvious fruits like oranges and grapefruit. Vitamin E can be found in sunflower seeds, almonds and some fish.

There are some seriously hardcore herbs out there at your disposal.

1. Prickly ash bark.

This is one mother of an antiviral, good also for chronic infections, depression, and digestive complaints (all which seem to tag along with long-term viruses). Go for the tincture and disregard the package directions. According to the ever-illuminating herbalist Matthew Wood, an effective and therapeutic dose is 1-3 drops of tincture three times a day, no matter your age, weight, or size. Note: prickly ash bark can affect lactation, so use cautiously if you're breastfeeding.

2. Apple cider vinegar.

Mix two tablespoons of raw apple cider vinegar with eight ounces of water and a splash of lemon juice (sweeten with stevia if you like) and drink on an empty stomach three times a day. You can also apply vinegar to any affected areas of the skin, covering the area with a soft bandage (this is more easily done before going to sleep).

3. Oil of oregano.

Another serious antiviral and antioxidant, you can take oil oregano internally (1-4 drops in water twice a day), or externally on affected skin. Use cautiously if pregnant.

4. Garlic.

Eat as much garlic as you can stand. Seriously. A lot. And then eat more. If you can’t stand to eat it, get the capsules (you can find odorless ones) and take lots. Lots and lots and lots. For viral infections on the skin, you can pulp raw garlic and wrap it in gauze. Apply the poultice to the affected area (but don’t use for longer than two weeks). If you have a serious condition such as AIDS or cancer, avoid garlic if there's also a fever present.

5. Goldenseal or Oregon grape.

Goldenseal is a fantastic antiviral, but can be expensive as well as endangered and over harvested. If you can find it, take Oregon grape, the much less expensive, much more abundant cousin to goldenseal. Since both of these herbs contain berberine (which can kill off too much of your natural intestinal flora), take this for one week, then take a week off before resuming. Avoid it if you're pregnant.

6. St. John’s Wort

St. John’s Wort not only offers relief from depression, but it also helps fight viruses and boosts the immune system. Take the recommended dose, following bottle directions. Avoid if you’re currently taking an MAO or protease inhibitor.

Otherwise, all the usual general health stuff applies — fresh fruit and vegetables, exercise, fresh air (especially fresh air). But listen to your body. Viruses can sap our energy and if we exhaust ourselves, then it’s just an invitation for them to hang out longer.