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Mozilla Releases Firefox 2.0
Thursday, October 26, 2006

Mozilla this week unveiled Firefox 2.0, the next generation of its Web browser that includes security enhancements and quite a few new features that make Web browsing a bit more fun and a lot more intuitive.



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Video on Deployment Options for SQL Server Everywhere Edition
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
This is a link to another video by Steve Lasker, in the SQL Server Everywhere Edition series demonstrating the deployment options for SQL Server Everywhere Edition. In this screencast Steve Lasker talks about the Admin, Central, MSI deployment model with the assistance of ClickOnce bootstrappers as well as the private deployment model.

Thanks [Steve Lasker]
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Different Programming Options for SQL Server Everywhere
Here is an screencast / video overview of the different programming options available for SQL Server Everywhere Edition including an updateable resultset (SqlCeResultSet).


Thanks [Steve Lasker]



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Would you have Invested?
Monday, October 23, 2006
This is an old photograph taken during the initial days after laying down the foundations for one of the Worlds largest Software firm.

http://programming-designs.com/misc/old/two.jpg

The person marked out is none other han Mr. Bill Gates along with his colleagues.


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Video iPods - Get a Virus free
Apple has jus discovered that a "small" number of video iPods sold after September 12, 2006, had a preloaded windows virus (RavMonE.exe) in them. This virus is said to infect only Windows based computers.

However, most of the up to date virus scanners will detect and clean this virus.

Note : The iPod nano, iPod shuffle and Mac OS X are not affected and all video iPods are now shipping virus free.


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IE7 Can Disclose Your Sensitive Information
Some security researchers have already a week ago discovered an information disclosure vulnerability in IE7 hours after its official release.

The flaw is caused by an error in the handling of redirections for URLs with the "mhtml:" URI handler. Actually, this flaw was observed by Secunia in earlier version of IE6 and Outlook Express but still remains unresolved. It is said that this flaw can be exploited by malicious people to disclose potentially sensitive information.

Secunia has constructed a test, which is available at:

http://secunia.com/Internet_Explorer_Arbitrary_Content_Disclosure_Vulnerability_Test/

The curent solution available to this is to disable active scripting support.



Thanks [www.theregister.co.uk]

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Teens Rule - Google-Wikipedia-MySpace
A recent study conducted by Dr. Sam Vaknin of Google keywords over the past several years reveals that content created by teenagers and young adults on Wikipedia or social networks are often touted by the search engine as the most authoritative pages on a given subject.

The article also states that "This is Google's policy now: Wikipedia articles regardless of their
length or quality or even mere existence are placed by Google's
algorithm high up in the search results."

So son't you think there is some intimate relationship between Google and Wikipedia. However. it is said that googles latest algorithm codenamed Big Daddy, still calculates page ranks according to the number of incoming links.

The study also reveals that "the more incoming links from MySpace a Website has - the higher it is placed in the search results" . So webmasters now know what they have to look for.

You can read the article here.
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