A six-letter password in lower-case text takes a hacker’s computer just ten minutes to crack, according to statistics collated by Bloomberg Businessweek. But make those letters upper-case and it takes ten hours for it to randomly work out your password.
Open Source Human Resource Management Software. FYI in case you’re looking for such, even though we hate the term “human resource.” Ironically, it’s dehumanizing. 🙂
Got a tip, thought I’d share it here. Add the following to your HOSTS file (“C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts”):
Then from a Windows command prompt (“DOS box”), run:
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Well, it’s happened again, luckily for only the second time in my career. A customer called me to their house, only to not be home or pretend to not be home when I got there. People, if you change your mind, just call and cancel! There is no cancellation fee! In this case, I had called her about an hour prior to the scheduled time to ask a question. She could have cancelled then! Oh well. Not a big deal. Just weird. At least customers are still calling! 🙂
Mine got messed up somehow, and it drove me nuts until I found this: jevon.org/wiki/Changing_Open_Dialog_Default_Sort_Order_in_Windows UPDATE: “Only” problem is … the above didn’t work! 🙂 Not for browsing folders through My Computer or whatever, anyway. The way you fix THAT is to set the view the way you want in the folder you’re in, click Tools, Folder Options, View and click Apply to All Folders.
Beware of this scam. Don’t bother trying to get them to help you unlock your pc: http://rt.com/Sci_Tech/2010-08-31/hackers-gang-russian-bust.html. The fix is to download, UPDATE, and run Malwarebytes.
Keep an eye on who’s keeping an eye on you, here: ghostery.com/
Hopefully yours is listed here, anyway. 🙂 amailsender.com/support/smtpserver/