Don't Be Fooled Online

1 02 2011

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Be careful. Many people use the web to promote their useless products, e.g. antivirus software.

As you know, some web sites have pop-up advertisement windows. Pop-up blocker cannot block all of them. Some villains take advantage of this function to show you misleading messages. They’d tell you your computer has been infected by viruses and you can remove them by clicking on a button. They imitate reputable companies’ logos and layout. Note that despite their messages, your computer has not been infected yet. That is just a malicious advertisement. If you follow the direction to click on a button, your computer will be infected.

Whenever you open your browser, you’ll only see their messages urging you to buy their antivirus software. You won’t even be able to visit any other web site. If you follow the direction to click on a button, they’ll install a Trojan onto your computer. Whenever you open the browser, you computer would run their program. Will buying their software solve this problem? Possibly but don’t. Products marketed with these malicious scams won’t be worth a dime. Using such bad software may even compromise your computer’s own antivirus capability. Moreover, how could you trust these villains with your credit card? These traps are on malicious web sites, Chinese search engines as well as established search engines like Google. These villains use the most attractive baits, e.g. pictures of film stars, to catch their victims. If you’re warned by these pop-up windows about viruses, relax. Just close all these windows you would other advertisement pop-ups. If your computer’s unfortunately infected, remain calm. There’re always solutions. They usually would install an icon on your desktop. Take a look at the properties and you’ll find the location of the executables. Delete them.

The reason your browser runs their program is because of a registry setting on your system. Not a gift registry but a system registry. If you cannot follow, find someone who knows system registries. Then enter your registry and go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Win­dows\CurrentVersion\Run. Remove all malicious executables. You don’t need anything in the Run key. Doing this will prevent the malicious programs from taking over your browser. But the program may be running already. You should know the name of the program from the icon’s properties. Go to task manager to stop it. If you don’t know what task manager is, ask that same person who knows system registries. These steps may not remove the Trojan completely but will at least disable it.

After all these steps, your browser may not be operational any more. Fortunately the new computers back up the system regularly. After restoring from the previous system backup, you should be good to go. Infected computers can always be restored. It’s disastrous when the user is infected (addicted).

A 27-year-old mother in South Korea was addicted to online games. She’s online 10 hours a day and neglected her two young sons. A few weeks ago, after playing online games for 4 hours, she was about to take a break. Her three-year-old son peed in his pants. She strangled him to death out or rage.

In Florida a 22-year-old mother shook her three-month-old son to death when he cried while she was playing FarmVille on Facebook. She felt irritated and killed her son. Many people lost their mind and life to gaming. Many people let gaming take over their life.

These things happen every day. There’re rehab centers for drug addicts and alcoholics. It’s a shame there’s no rehab center for online game addicts. Every family is facing this issue. It deserves some attention.

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Latest news : Amazon kick wikiLeaks Website away

2 12 2010

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Amazon.com Inc. stopped hosting WikiLeaks from its Web servers following pressure from members of Congress, prompting the controversial group to move its website to a European provider.

WikiLeaks said in a Twitter message it had been “ousted” by the Seattle online retailer, which also sells Web services and online storage.

In its message, WikiLeaks said its money is “now spent to employ people in Europe.” The group later added: “if Amazon are so uncomfortable with the first amendment, they should get out of the business of selling books.”

WikiLeaks recently released a trove of sensitive U.S. State Department documents and turned to Amazon’s Web services after it claimed its servers in Sweden were hit by computer attacks.

Staff from Sen. Joe Lieberman’s office contacted Amazon Tuesday asking why the company was providing Web hosting services for WikiLeaks. On Wednesday, Amazon informed the senator’s staff it would sever its ties with the organization.

Leslie Phillips, a spokeswoman for Sen. Lieberman, said Amazon told her office that WikiLeaks had violated its terms of service, but didn’t specify which ones. “There are no contractual obligations,” she said.

Amazon and WikiLeaks didn’t respond to requests to comment.

“I wish that Amazon had taken this action earlier based on Wikileaks’ previous publication of classified material,” Mr. Lieberman said in a statement, adding that “the company’s decision to cut off Wikileaks now is the right decision and should set the standard for other companies.”

Kevin Bankston, a senior staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation said Amazon’s move wasn’t a First Amendment issue. “It is disappointing that Amazon would decline to publish something that under American law it has the right to publish, but in the end that is Amazon’s decision,” he said. “What would be wrong is if the government pressured them to take it down through the threat of actual legal proceedings.”





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