Friday, October 23, 2015

EAT BULAGA #ALDUBTamangPanahon

Friday, September 25, 2015

Eat Bulaga Live Streaming

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Unable to change IE's Proxy Settings


* regedit > HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion > rename Internet Settings
* regedit > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings > Permission > add Everyone with Full Control
* regedit > HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft > add new key Internet Explorer > add new DWORD value = Proxy, value = 0
* regedit > HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft > add new key Internet Explorer > add new DWORD value = Proxy, value = 0
* open IE and choose Run as admin,
* reconfigure proxy server and exceptions and tick to use Automatically detect settings

Note: Please run a malware scan in your computer.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Google Drive Is Not Synchronizing Files

What to do if google drive for PC does not synchronize files on your machine?

1. Make sure google drive is running. You can check this by going to the system tray.



2. Go to c:\ Program Files (x86)




3. Click the Google folder.



4. Click Drive.



5. Double click Googledrivesync.


Sunday, June 7, 2015

Kota Kinabalu Tragedy

     What happened at Mount Kota Kinabalu is indeed a very heart wrecking event. Nineteen lives were taken during the 5.9 magnitude on Friday June 5, 2015. It said that the strong quake struck at a depth of 10km, with its epicentre located 19km from the town of Ranau, and 54km from Kota Kinabalu.  
Apart from the state capital, the tremors were felt in the northern Kudat and Kota Marudu districts, and as far away Beaufort in the south. 

     A full list of 18 deceased victims of the Mount Kinabalu earthquake has been posted in the search and rescue operations room.

      The first two victims brought out from the mountaintop were mountain trainer Robbie Sapinggil, 30, and Singaporean student Peony Wee Ying Ping.

    The largest number of foreigners was from Singapore with one group of 29 Singaporean and international students and eight teachers from Tanjong Katong School on an expedition to Mt Kinabalu. Student Prajesh Dhiman Patel, 12, was listed as being seriously injured.

     Malaysian Mohd Khairuladzuan Abdul Khalid, 39, was earlier included in the list, but was later to have been in the first batch of rescued victims, but his name was not recorded.

The full list of 19 victims is as follows:

Malaysia:
Lim Choon Seong, 45 (male)
Muhammad Logman Abd Karim, 22 (male)
Mohd Khairuladzuan bin Abd, 39 (male)
Valerian Joannes, Mt Torq staff (male)
Ricky Masarin, Mt Torq staff (male)
Joseph Solugin, mountain guide (male)
Robbie Sapinggi, 30, mountain trainer (male, body recovered on Friday)

Singapore:
Rachel Ho Yann Shilin, 12, (female)
Sonia Jhala, 12, (female)
Emilie Giovanna Ramu, 12, (female)
Ameer Ryyan bin Mohd Aded, 12, (male)
Navdeep Singh Jayral s/o Raj Kumar, 13 (male)
Mohammad Ghazi b Mohamed, 35, (male)
Loo Jian Liang Terrence, 29 (male)
Muhammad Daanish b Amran, 22 (male)
Wee Ying Ping Peony, 12 (female, body recovered Friday)

Philippines:
Karyl Mitzi Higuit Matahom, 12, (female)

Japan
Ozaki Masahiro, 29 (male)

China
Lugi, 35 (male)


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      To appease the mountain protector, the 10 western tourists who stripped and urinated on Mount Kinabalu should be fined 10 head of buffalo, according to local customs, says Sabah's chief tribal priest known as Bobolian.
 
     The Bobolian, Tindarama Aman Sirom Simbuna, said on Sunday that the tourists' actions had angered the spirits and guardians of the mountain, which brought about Friday's quake in their rage.

     "According to local beliefs, the spirit of the mountain is very angry," he said.

     He said the victims of this anger were innocent people who had nothing to do with the indecent behaviour of the tourists.

     "The tourists who angered the guardian of the mountain should pay for their mistakes by giving sogit.

     "This fine, called sogit in the native tongue, should be in the form of 10 male or female buffaloes," said Tindarama Aman.

     He also conveyed the condolences of the state's Bobolian community to affected families.

    According to the local beliefs, Mount Kinabalu is the resting place for spirits of the dead before they move on to heaven or hell.

   He said that these roaming spirits came be summoned through Bobolians or Tindarama during rituals called 'menolob'.

    Tindarama Aman also hailed Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan's suggestion for a massive prayer gathering to appease the mountain spirit following the quake that is believed to have left 18 people dead.



source: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/06/07/Sabah-quake-bobolian/

Friday, May 22, 2015

What Is An IP Address?

What is an IP address?

IP, which stands for Internet Protocol, works like a street address to pinpoint exactly where you are accessing the Internet from. This allows information, like web pages and email, to be delivered to you. Every device (such as a mobile phone, a Wii, a PlayStation console or a computer) that accesses the Internet must have a unique IP address, which is generally provided by an internet service provider. Without an IP address, a device will not be able to get to internet to send and receive information.

An IP address is a unique number that identifies the location of a computer or device on a network. The current IP address version is called IPv4 and a typical public IP address looks like this: 24.128.21.12.

What is IPv6?

IPv6 is the abbreviation for Internet Protocol version 6. We are currently on Internet Protocol version 4, or IPv4, but IPv6 will be the next generation protocol for Internet communication. Not only will IPv6 provide a much larger address space, but it will also provide features such as improved routing traffic and better security.

What does an IPv6 address look like?

An IPv6 address is much longer than an IPv4 address and looks something like 24da:db8:ac10:fe01:2aa:ff:fe00:56ab.

Here are a few characteristics of IPv6:

IPv6 contains a combination of both letters and numbers (0 through 9, and A through F).
IPv6 consists of 32 hexadecimal characters in an address and is 128 bits in length.
An IPv6 address could look like this: fd98:d3e2:f0fe:0:54ae:34ff:fecc:892, compared to an IPV4 address that looks like this: 24.128.21.12.

What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6 addresses?

An IPv4 address is a series of 4 numbers separated by periods. An example of an IPv4 address is 192.0.2.15.
An IPv6 address is a series of 8 numbers separated by colons. An example of an IPv6 address is 2001:db8:ac10:fe01:2aa:00ff:fe00:56ab.

Why do we need IPv6?

The Internet has experienced a phenomenal increase of devices accessing the Internet. Because of this increase, IPv4 addresses are running out. The solution is for IPv6 to accommodate this increased demand by providing a much larger address space, along with improved traffic routing and better security.

Some of the major advantages of IPv6 are:
1.       Larger IP address space: IPv6 has 128-bit address space or 4 times more address bits compared to IPv4's 32-bit address space. This large address space will provide enough address space for many decades to come.
2.       Better security: IPv6 includes security in the underlying protocol. For example, encryption of packets (ESP: Encapsulated Security Payload) and authentication of the sender of packets (AH: Authentication Header).
3.       Consideration to real time: To implement better support for real-time traffic (such as videoconference), IPv6 includes a flow label mechanism so routers can more easily recognize where to send information.
4.       Plug and play: IPv6 includes plug and play, which is easier for novice users to connect their machines to the network. Essentially, configuration will happen automatically.
5.       Better optimization: IPv6 takes the best of what made IPv4 successful and gets rid of minor flaws and unused features.

Why can’t IPv4 just be expanded?

There were many proposals regarding how to solve the problem with the availability of IPv4. The Internet community agreed that the approach of IPv6 is the best.

If we run out of IPv4 addresses, will that mean I will not be able to connect to the Internet?
No, you will still be able to connect to the Internet as you normally do.

Will I need to purchase new equipment to support IPv6?

Your computer probably already supports IPv6, but you should upgrade to the latest version of your operating system and browser. Most network-capable consumer electronics don’t use IPv6 yet, but may with a future software or firmware update. 

Will mobile and wireless devices work on IPv6?

Yes. Mobile and wireless devices will work with IPv6.

Is there any way for me to check my IPv6 readiness?

Yes. But call your internet service provider.

Other websites that also provide general IPv6 information include:
The Internet Society - http://www.isoc.org/internet/issues/ipv6.shtml
The American Registry of Internet Numbers - http://www.getipv6.info/index.php/Main_Page

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv6

Monday, May 18, 2015

How To Run Multiple Yahoo Messenger Simultaneously

There are times that you need to have two or more yahoo messengers at the same time. Here are the steps on how to run multiple messengers simultaneously:

1. Click start and type regedit in the search box for Windows 7 or search regedit for Windows 8.






2. Go to this path: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\yahoo\pager\Test. Then, on the right pane, right click on the registry editor and select New, then create a new DWORD registry value.



3. Right click Plural and choose modify.






4. Name the new registry key as Plural, and assign it the value of 1 (decimal).


Thursday, May 14, 2015

How To Temporarily Downgrade IE9 to IE8

1.       Click Tools then choose F12 developer tools.


2.        In the pop up window, click browser mode and select Explorer 8.



Monday, May 11, 2015

How To Downgrade IE 11 to IE 8



1. Click the start button and search for appwiz.cpl






2. Go to installed updates.





3. Search for explorer  11 in the search box. Highlight it and uninstall. Restart computer once done.






















Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Mary Jane Veloso Execution Postponed

Defying intense pressure from the international community, the government executed eight death row prisoners early on Wednesday on Nusakambangan prison island near Cilacap in Central Java.
"We've carried out the executions," said an Attorney General’s Office (AGO) official, talking to the press on condition of anonymity.
The eight were Indonesian Zainal Abidin, Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, Brazilian Rodrigo Gularte, Nigerians Sylvester Obiekwe Nwolise, Raheem Agbaje Salami and Okwudili Oyatanze, Ghanaian Martin Anderson.
Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso of the Philippines was spared after a woman who allegedly recruited her to act as a drug courier gave himself up to police in the Philippines on Tuesday.
"The executions were carried out at 12:30 a.m.," Suhendro Putro, funeral director with the Javanese Christian Church (GKJ) in Cilacap, said in a short message service.
AGO spokesman Tony Spontana said the government had agreed to the final requests fielded by two Australian death-row convicts for their bodies to be flown to Australia for burial.
A Cilacap Police officer said that after the executions, prayers were said for each person according to their respective religion. "The executions went well, without any disruptions," he said.
The AGO stated that the executions had been carried out after it had heard all eight convicts’ final requests.
The execution was the second round after the first was carried out on Jan. 18, during which six inmates from Indonesia, the Netherlands, Brazil, Nigeria, Vietnam and Malawi were killed by firing squad. (ren)
- See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/04/29/ri-executes-8-drug-convicts.html#sthash.QFwaaroL.dpuf

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Junior New System Dance Troupe

These barely teens are inspiration to some who came from dirt poor that no matter what, dreams can be achieved if you have the determination to do so.

The Junior New System came from the Philippines, have joined many contests and now on the Asia's Got Talent. They won the admiration of the judges for their vigor, energy, their emotions and moves when dancing. Their steps involve combination of ballroom, hip hop and break dance. Watch them as they conquer the stage.


First Show



Semi Finals: They have earned the golden buzzer!

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Trending German and Thai Gay Couple

The pictures of Naparuj Mond Kaendi and Thorsten Mid, gay couple went viral a few days earlier. They were photographed holding hands. These two have been together for two years now and they seem to be happy. Love does not only know no age but also gender.











video

FCC Fines AT&T $25 Million for Privacy Breach

     The Federal Communications Commission fined AT&T $25 million for failing to protect the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of its customers, the agency said on Wednesday. The penalty is the largest the F.C.C. has ever issued for data security and privacy violations.
     Employees at AT&T call centers in Mexico, Colombia and the Philippines were found to have stolen the names and full or partial Social Security numbers of about 280,000 of the wireless carrier’s customers in the United States. The workers sold that information to third parties.
     In Mexico, the employees were provided specific phone numbers by a third party who went by the alias El Pelón, referring to a bald man in Spanish. From November 2013 to April 2014, the F.C.C. said, the employees sold El Pelón the names and other information tied to those phone numbers. AT&T said it terminated its contract with the Mexican call center in September.

     F.C.C. officials said the parties who bought the data appeared to have been trafficking stolen cellphones they sought to activate. They added that the personal information that employees had taken without authorization was used to submit 290,803 handset unlock requests for mobile phones through AT&T’s website. Agency officials speculated that the third parties could have been seeking to resell those phones in the United States or abroad.
“We’ve changed our policies and strengthened our operations,” AT&T said in a statement. “While any misuse of customer information is serious, we have no reason to believe that the information was used for identity theft or financial fraud against our customers.”
     The F.C.C. said it learned of the privacy violations after AT&T reported the activity in Mexico to the California attorney general last year; the agency began investigating the breach in May.
     The additional breaches in Colombia and the Philippines were not uncovered until this year, when AT&T reported them to the F.C.C. Those investigations continue, the agency said. It declined to say whether other wireless carriers had relationships with the call centers in question.
     “The commission cannot — and will not — stand idly by when a carrier’s lax data-security practices expose the personal information of hundreds of thousands,” Tom Wheeler, chairman of the F.C.C., said in a statement Wednesday.
     In addition to the fine, the settlement requires AT&T to notify all affected customers and provide credit-monitoring services. While AT&T still has a relationship with the call centers in Colombia and the Philippines, all the implicated employees have been dismissed, the company and the F.C.C. said, and new measures have been enacted at those call centers to mask private data like Social Security numbers.
     “Customers trust that their phone company will zealously guard access to sensitive personal information in customer records,” said Travis LeBlanc, chief of the agency’s enforcement bureau. “We hope that all companies will look to this agreement as guidance.”