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Monday, December 24, 2007

problem in disk usb

Hi all,I have a problem with my USB Flash Disk
, it seems to have automatically formatted into the RAW File System and when i try to format it into FAT, FAT16 or FAT32 it always fails. I have used both the 'left-click' format and also the command line but it does not format. The computer is running on XP Professional and now only recognieses the drive as a CD drive and when i try to open it, it says please insert disk!If anyone has any idea how to fix this problem PLEASE let me know. I will be very gratefull if someone could help. plze help

Thursday, December 20, 2007

your id will be hacked

one incedent happen at kolkata vishav vidhayalay,s principle his id hacked some body

the C.I.D investication is going on so every one alert never give ur password to any one

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

.NET Compact Framework coming to Symbian

Red Five Labs has released a beta version of a tool that will bring the .NET Compact Framework to Symbian, which is far and away the most popular operating system for mobile device...

Many customers -- and consumers -- seemingly cannot wait until March to get their mitts on Silverlight 2.0 Beta and its Go-Live license.

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Monday, December 3, 2007

Intelligent Software Helps Build Perfect Robotic Hand

Intelligent Software Helps Build Perfect Robotic Hand2007-12-02 17:17:16Scientists in Portsmouth and Shanghai are working on intelligent software that will take them a step closer to building the perfect robotic hand.Using artificial intelligence, they are creating software which will learn and copy human hand movements.

Rolls-Royce IT network attacked by Chinese hackers: report

Rolls-Royce IT network attacked by Chinese hackers: report
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LONDON (AFP) — Chinese-backed computer hackers attacked the internal computer network of British airplane engine maker Rolls-Royce, The Times said in its Monday edition.
Citing unidentified security sources, the daily said that while the hackers did not manage to get through to the company's sensitive data, the attack earlier this year "nearly took them (Rolls-Royce) out".
According to The Times, Anglo-Dutch energy company Royal Dutch Shell uncovered a spy ring made up of Chinese nationals at its facilities in Houston, in the United States, also earlier this year.

The two companies declined to comment when contacted by The Times.
"The Chinese -- the People's Liberation Army -- have been up to it for a good while, but it has really come to the fore recently," a security source told the paper.
"They tried to get inside Rolls-Royce -- their IT systems.
"They did not get enough inside, but it was a sufficiently big attack to get very worried. They got to the so-called not very important information before being rooted out."
The Times report comes just days after it emerged that the head of Britain's domestic security service warned business leaders that China has been carrying out state-sponsored espionage against vital parts of the economy.

Jonathan Evans, the director-general of MI5, wrote to 300 chief executives and security heads at banks, accountancy and legal firms, warning them they were under attack from "Chinese state organisations" via the Internet.
Rolls-Royce's computer network was apparently infiltrated remotely, by a specially-designed Trojan horse programme, which allows people to gain unauthorised access to a person's computer.
At Shell, meanwhile, the company reportedly discovered a "special interest group" made up of Chinese nationals who were encouraged to socialise outside of work hours.
According to The Times, however, the group was "a front for recruiting Chinese nationals" whose families were still in China and who were told to help "for the good of the motherland."
"It was a form of threat," the security source told the paper.

"This particular European oil company was made aware and uncovered the spying operation, where the Chinese were put under moral pressure to give information."

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