Make Money Online – Internet Business Opportunity

3 01 2011

Internet business from home. Make money online instantly. Thousands have made it around the world, so can YOU

http://d.yimg.com/ht/yep/YV_YEP.swf?id=4179399&vid=1165222&lang=en-US&intl=us&thumbUrl=http://l.yimg.com/a/i/us/sch/cn/v/v3/w345/1165222_100_70.jpeg?x=100&y=70&sig=13uMH5NuZS2OzNtB8xhTSA–&internal=0

on Yahoo! Video

Internet business from home. Make money online instantly. Thousands have made it around the world, so can YOU. The most SIMPLEST and POWERFUL business program on…

Advertisements




Survival Tool : Compass and Map

11 12 2010

http://www.youtube.com/v/cexoYn-XfVo?fs=1&hl=en_US&rel=0

In off trail hiking or backwoods camping, using a map and compass together can be very helpful. Learn how to get directions straight using a map and compass with tips from an outdoor activity expert in this free camping video.

You need a good compass something like the one show here. It has a lot of good features….and it is cheap.

  • Lensatic Compass Great For Camping, Hiking, Hunting, Fishing & Outdoor Activities.
  • This is a new military style lensatic compass with a folding cover.
  • Great for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing and outdoor activities.
  • Easily folds to fit in your pocket.
  • Has both the standard 0-360 degree scale as well as the 0-64 Mil scale.
  • The cardinal points glow-in-the-dark for use at night.
  • It features a standard glass bezel with 2 lines at 45 degree angles.
  • The bezel also rotates with clicks so you can change the heading reference a known amount without looking at the compass.
  • The front sight has a magnifier to simultaneously view the magnetic heading when taking a sight.
  • The compass measures approximately 6 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ (159 x 57 x 57 mm) open
  • and approximately 3 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ x 1 1/8″ (83 x 57 x 29 mm) closed

Buy now from amazon





Unifi ? Hackers love it

23 11 2010

D-Link DIR-615

Telekom Malaysia Bhd’s high-speed broadband service UniFi (HSBB) use this D-Link DIR-615 wireless router for UNIFI customers. There is a second administration account in this routers. The routers have the option for remote management enabled and customers were not informed and therefore unable to reset the password. Why? For maintenance purposes. To allows Telekom Malaysia staff to troubleshoot UniFi problems remotely. Meaning, they no longer have to send a technician to your house within 3 working days. They can immediately access your router (or you think it is better to be called the modem) from their computer by “legal hacking”. Yes, the Telekom Malaysia technicians can remote access your modem (router) just with a few mouse click and a few typings on their keyboard.

TM named the “administrator” account on the DIR-615 as “admin”. This “administrator” account has the same user/pass across every Unifi router that has been given to the Unifi customers and the customers cannot change it or even see it with the default ‘admin’ account.

What do you think if one of those Unifi guy/gal tell their family or friends about the default login ID and password? Or….to proof that they are very good, they show their friends how to do it…..then, YOU (Unifi customers) are in danger.

The remote management option should have been turned off by default and turned on only when Telekom Malaysia needed remote access.

At this moment, after the customer signed-up for UniFi services, the TM’s technician will do all the equipment installations in your premises/homes for you. BUT, the technicians do not change the default WiFi router setting.

  • The router is not configured to drop ICMP packet, making an attacker able to ping those unprotected routers, telling him it’s alive and connected to the internet.
  • The firewall is disabled.
  • The router has remote access enabled.
  • It has no authorised IP filter (has default config of 0.0.0.0, meaning anybody, anywhere, can log in to your router web interface).
  • The web interface port number are also set to default.
  • The router’s Administrator password is still the default ones!! See below
Device Management
Default IP address: 192.168.0.1
Default admin username: admin
Default admin password: <blank>  ya, no password. Remember, Malaysia will be a developed country soon.

So what to do?

Secure your home network:

Login in to your router’s web interface. Open a web browser, go to http://192.168.0.1 . You will be prompt for admin username and password. Open your D-Link Router manual for more info.

1. Change your Router’s Administrator password.

  • Go to ‘Maintenance’ tab, under ‘Admin Password’ section. Rename your password there.

2. Rename your Wireless Network Name/ SSID.
The default SSID has the customer’s name, i.e.: myfirstname@unifi. This possible could leads to privacy issues, as outsiders knows who’s using what ISP services (UniFi, Streamyx, etc).

  • Go to ‘Setup’ tab, click ‘Wireless Setup’ menu on the left.
  • Under ‘Multiple Wireless Network Name (SSIDS)’ section, click ‘Multiple Wireless Network Name Setup’ button.
  • You will be taken to a page with ‘Wireless Network Name’ section. Rename your existing Wireless Network Name/SSID there.

3. Disable Remote Access to your router.

  • Go to ‘Maintenance’ tab, under ‘Remote Management’ section. Un-check ‘Enable Remote Management:’ check box.

4. Enable Firewall

  • Go to ‘Advanced’ tab, click ‘Firewall & DMZ’ menu on the left.
  • Under ‘Outside Firewall Setting’ section, checked the ‘Enable WAN to LAN Firewall :’ check box.
  • Then, checked all the check box inside the rows of ‘DOS ATTACK’, ‘POST SCAN ATTACK’ and ‘SERVICE FILTER’.
  • block all the ports (TCP 22/23/80/8080/443) from WAN access.




Google know how to drive from Japan to China & Taiwan to China

8 11 2010

Ever wonder how to drive your car from Japan to China?

Try Google Map. In the line no. 43, it will tell you exactly what to drive.

Then how to go from Taiwan to China?

Yes, you have to swim…….no more jetski because the China’s Red army can spot you easily (jetski too loud, maybe) and then shoot you.





Free 1GB Web Hosting

2 02 2010

Normally you pay RM50 to buy a domain name ( .com ) for 1 year only without hosting.

now you can buy a “.com” domain name from KKBOSS and get 1GB disk space web hosting for free.

You may upload your website using the FTP.

If you need a lot of email storage space for your email accounts. We can help you to redirect your incoming email (e.g. support@kkboss.com) to your Gmail/Yahoo/Hotmail/live etc.

Just email / SMS / call +60168365333 to check whether your domain name available or not.