Facebook User Alert: A Virus As Friend

Facebook is the most common social network. It has alexa rank 5-8. Its internationally Great Hit now. In my country its in pick now. Today i see a shocking news. Read Below and Be careful.

Attention new viewers: those 5000 “friends” you have on Facebook? They might not actually be your friends. In fact, some of them might be scammers trying to infect your computer with a new virus dubbed “Koobface”. Koobface, which already made the rounds on MySpace, is now worming its way through Facebook. The Koobface virus uses Facebook’s private messaging system to infect computers via a shared video. Unsuspecting users will see a video link (shared by an infected friend) with the message, “You look just awesome in this new movie.” Click the link will lead you to an outside site where you’re told that you need to download a Flash update, which is actually a virus file. Once the virus is installed, it will try to grab sensitive data off your PC, like credit card numbers.

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Warez-BB.org Seems Down For Lots, But Actually Not

Warez-BB.org Grown to worlds largest warez site abt 880K member and increasing, but its IP got messed up. Lots of ppl cant open it.

Here Is Solution

Warez-BB.org Seems Down For Lots, But Actually Not 4
The 750.000+ members of the forum are left out in the cold as the popular warez-bb forum is down for the last 3 days. Brought down by a lawsuit, or victims of a security breach? Does anyone know what happened? If yes, please comment here!

21-10-2007 Solutions!
#1. Solution – Trying to access warez-bb through a proxy website.
Just try to access warez-bb through a proxy website, to see if warez bb blocks your ip.
1. Surf to www.schoolbuster.com or www.time2hide.com
2. Enter www.warez-bb.org in the URL box and hit enter
3. Does the website loads now? If not, read on for solution 2.

#2. Solution – Editing your hosts file to solve a DNS problem.
Warez bb just announced they had some DNS problems, which won’t let you access their forums.
1. Go to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC
2. Open the ‘hosts’ file with notepad.
3. Go to the last line and add this:
warez-bb.org 58.65.233.185

Thankx To Almighty. We Are Safe From “Nargis”

Thankx To Almighty. We Are Safe From “Nargis”

Yea afterall we are safe. Its passed away from our country. Tonight at Our Local Time 8:00 PM. Though it did not hit Bangladesh, it flew away to Myanmar, And My Guess Next Flood/Cylone Name will Be Parveen. Lol, its funny bt we already calling here in Dhaka abt Nargis gone next be carefull abt parveen. And as i could see from Nasa it already hit at Myanmar. Here is a latest Image.

Nargis Nasa

Here is another Image from NASA’s Terra satellite.

nargis 2

Here is Latest US Military image(not Confermed) that it s course on Mayanmer
Naris On Mayanmer

Worlds Oldest Registered 100 Domain List

Worlds Oldest Registered 100 Domain ListAs First only .com started so all r .com domain so it could be also called as The 100 oldest registered .com domains

Here is it.

Rank
Worlds Oldest Registered 100 Domain List 5
Create dateDomain name
1.15-Mar-1985SYMBOLICS.COM
2.24-Apr-1985BBN.COM
3.24-May-1985THINK.COM
4.11-Jul-1985MCC.COM
5.30-Sep-1985DEC.COM
6.07-Nov-1985NORTHROP.COM
7.09-Jan-1986XEROX.COM
8.17-Jan-1986SRI.COM
9.03-Mar-1986HP.COM
10.05-Mar-1986BELLCORE.COM
11=19-Mar-1986IBM.COM
11=19-Mar-1986SUN.COM
13=25-Mar-1986INTEL.COM
13=25-Mar-1986TI.COM
15.25-Apr-1986ATT.COM
16=08-May-1986GMR.COM
16=08-May-1986TEK.COM
18=10-Jul-1986FMC.COM
18=10-Jul-1986UB.COM
20=05-Aug-1986BELL-ATL.COM
20=05-Aug-1986GE.COM
20=05-Aug-1986GREBYN.COM
20=05-Aug-1986ISC.COM
20=05-Aug-1986NSC.COM
20=05-Aug-1986STARGATE.COM
26.02-Sep-1986BOEING.COM
27.18-Sep-1986ITCORP.COM
28.29-Sep-1986SIEMENS.COM
29.18-Oct-1986PYRAMID.COM
30=27-Oct-1986ALPHACDC.COM
30=27-Oct-1986BDM.COM
30=27-Oct-1986FLUKE.COM
30=27-Oct-1986INMET.COM
30=27-Oct-1986KESMAI.COM
30=27-Oct-1986MENTOR.COM
30=27-Oct-1986NEC.COM
30=27-Oct-1986RAY.COM
30=27-Oct-1986ROSEMOUNT.COM
30=27-Oct-1986VORTEX.COM
40=05-Nov-1986ALCOA.COM
40=05-Nov-1986GTE.COM
42=17-Nov-1986ADOBE.COM
42=17-Nov-1986AMD.COM
42=17-Nov-1986DAS.COM
42=17-Nov-1986DATA-IO.COM
42=17-Nov-1986OCTOPUS.COM
42=17-Nov-1986PORTAL.COM
42=17-Nov-1986TELTONE.COM
42=11-Dec-19863COM.COM
50=11-Dec-1986AMDAHL.COM
50=11-Dec-1986CCUR.COM
50=11-Dec-1986CI.COM
50=11-Dec-1986CONVERGENT.COM
50=11-Dec-1986DG.COM
50=11-Dec-1986PEREGRINE.COM
50=11-Dec-1986QUAD.COM
50=11-Dec-1986SQ.COM
50=11-Dec-1986TANDY.COM
50=11-Dec-1986TTI.COM
50=11-Dec-1986UNISYS.COM
61=19-Jan-1987CGI.COM
61=19-Jan-1987CTS.COM
61=19-Jan-1987SPDCC.COM
64.19-Feb-1987APPLE.COM
65=04-Mar-1987NMA.COM
65=04-Mar-1987PRIME.COM
67.04-Apr-1987PHILIPS.COM
68=23-Apr-1987DATACUBE.COM
68=23-Apr-1987KAI.COM
68=23-Apr-1987TIC.COM
68=23-Apr-1987VINE.COM
72.30-Apr-1987NCR.COM
73=14-May-1987CISCO.COM
73=14-May-1987RDL.COM
75.20-May-1987SLB.COM
76=27-May-1987PARCPLACE.COM
76=27-May-1987UTC.COM
78.26-Jun-1987IDE.COM
79.09-Jul-1987TRW.COM
80.13-Jul-1987UNIPRESS.COM
81=27-Jul-1987DUPONT.COM
81=27-Jul-1987LOCKHEED.COM
83.28-Jul-1987ROSETTA.COM
84.18-Aug-1987TOAD.COM
85.31-Aug-1987QUICK.COM
86=03-Sep-1987ALLIED.COM
86=03-Sep-1987DSC.COM
86=03-Sep-1987SCO.COM
89=22-Sep-1987GENE.COM
89=22-Sep-1987KCCS.COM
89=22-Sep-1987SPECTRA.COM
89=22-Sep-1987WLK.COM
93.30-Sep-1987MENTAT.COM
94.14-Oct-1987WYSE.COM
95.02-Nov-1987CFG.COM
96.09-Nov-1987MARBLE.COM
97=16-Nov-1987CAYMAN.COM
97=16-Nov-1987ENTITY.COM
99.24-Nov-1987KSR.COM
100.30-Nov-1987NYNEXST.COM

Worlds Oldest Registered 100 Domain List 6

List of oldest .com domains

The following are the 100 oldest still-existing registered .com domains:

RankCreate dateDomain name
1March 15, 1985symbolics.com
2April 24, 1985BBN.com
3May 24, 1985think.com
4July 11, 1985MCC.com
5September 30, 1985DEC.com
6November 7, 1985northrop.com
7January 9, 1986xerox.com
8January 17, 1986SRI.com
9March 3, 1986HP.com
10March 5, 1986bellcore.com
11March 19, 1986IBM.com
11March 19, 1986sun.com
13March 25, 1986intel.com
13March 25, 1986TI.com
15April 25, 1986ATT.com
16May 8, 1986GMR.com
16May 8, 1986tek.com
18July 10, 1986FMC.com
18July 10, 1986UB.com
20August 5, 1986bell-atl.com
20August 5, 1986GE.com
20August 5, 1986grebyn.com
20August 5, 1986ISC.com
20August 5, 1986NSC.com
20August 5, 1986stargate.com
26September 2, 1986boeing.com
27September 18, 1986ITCorp.com
28September 29, 1986siemens.com
29October 18, 1986pyramid.com
30October 27, 1986alphaDC.com
30October 27, 1986BDM.com
30October 27, 1986fluke.com
30October 27, 1986inmet.com
30October 27, 1986kesmai.com
30October 27, 1986mentor.com
30October 27, 1986NEC.com
30October 27, 1986ray.com
30October 27, 1986rosemount.com
30October 27, 1986vortex.com
40November 5, 1986alcoa.com
40November 5, 1986GTE.com
42November 17, 1986adobe.com
42November 17, 1986AMD.com
42November 17, 1986DAS.com
42November 17, 1986data-IO.com
42November 17, 1986octopus.com
42November 17, 1986portal.com
42November 17, 1986teltone.com
50December 11, 19863Com.com
50December 11, 1986amdahl.com
RankCreate dateDomain name
50December 11, 1986CCUR.com
50December 11, 1986CI.com
50December 11, 1986convergent.com
50December 11, 1986DG.com
50December 11, 1986peregrine.com
50December 11, 1986quad.com
50December 11, 1986SQ.com
50December 11, 1986tandy.com
50December 11, 1986TTI.com
50December 11, 1986unisys.com
61January 19, 1987CGI.com
61January 19, 1987CTS.com
61January 19, 1987SPDCC.com
64February 19, 1987apple.com
65March 4, 1987NMA.com
65March 4, 1987prime.com
67April 4, 1987philips.com
68April 23, 1987datacube.com
68April 23, 1987KAI.com
68April 23, 1987TIC.com
68April 23, 1987vine.com
72April 30, 1987NCR.com
73May 14, 1987cisco.com
73May 14, 1987RDL.com
75May 20, 1987SLB.com
76May 27, 1987parcplace.com
76May 27, 1987UTC.com
78June 26, 1987IDE.com
79July 9, 1987TRW.com
80July 13, 1987unipress.com
81July 27, 1987dupont.com
81July 27, 1987lockheed.com
83July 28, 1987rosetta.com
84August 18, 1987toad.com
85August 31, 1987quick.com
86September 3, 1987allied.com
86September 3, 1987DSC.com
86September 3, 1987SCO.com
89September 22, 1987gene.com
89September 22, 1987KCCS.com
89September 22, 1987spectra.com
89September 22, 1987WLK.com
93September 30, 1987mentat.com
94October 14, 1987WYSE.com
95November 2, 1987CFG.com
96November 9, 1987marble.com
97November 16, 1987cayman.com
97November 16, 1987entity.com
99November 24, 1987KSR.com
100November 30, 1987NYNEXST.com

Shocking News Of The Year: End Of Stage6.com

Stage6 to Shut Down on February 28

For me its biggest shocking news I heard in this year. I am shocked. Now we dont have any free source of free HQ and smart video.

Read whole news Quoted from Stage6.com

NOTE: I'm reposting the same message I put up this morning to open the blog back up for comments. Rest assured, we are reading what you write and appreciate the outpouring.

I’m Tom (aka Spinner), a Stage6 user and an employee of DivX, Inc., the company behind the service. I’m writing this message today to inform you that we plan to shut down Stage6 on February 28, 2008. Upload functionality has already been turned off, and you’ll be able to view and download videos until Thursday.

I know this news will come as a shock and disappointment to many Stage6 users, and I’d like to take a few moments to explain the reasons behind our decision.

We created Stage6 with the mission of empowering content creators and viewers to discover a new kind of video experience. Stage6 began as an experiment, and we always knew there was a chance that it might not succeed.

In many ways, though, the service did succeed, beyond even our own initial expectations. Stage6 became very popular very quickly. We helped gain exposure for some talented filmmakers who brought great videos to the attention of an engaged community. We helped prove that it’s possible to distribute true high definition video on the Internet. And we helped broaden the Internet video experience by offering content that is compatible with DVD players, mobile devices and other products beyond the PC.

So why are we shutting the service down? Well, the short answer is that the continued operation of Stage6 is a very expensive enterprise that requires an enormous amount of attention and resources that we are not in a position to continue to provide. There are a lot of other details involved, but at the end of the day it’s really as simple as that.

Now, why didn’t we think of that before we decided to create Stage6 in the first place, you may ask? That’s a good question. When we first created Stage6, there was a clear need for a service that would offer a true high quality video experience online because other video destinations on the Internet simply weren’t providing that to users. A gap existed, and Stage6 arrived to fill it.

As Stage6 grew quickly and dramatically (accompanied by an explosion of other sites delivering high quality video), it became clear that operating the service as a part of the larger DivX business no longer made sense. We couldn’t continue to run Stage6 and focus on our broader strategy to make it possible for anyone to enjoy high quality video on any device. So, in July of last year we announced that we were kicking off an effort to explore strategic alternatives for Stage6, which is a fancy way of saying we decided we would either have to sell it, spin it out into a private company or shut it down.

I won’t (and can’t, really) go into too much detail on those first two options other than to say that we tried really hard to find a way to keep Stage6 alive, either as its own private entity or by selling it to another company. Ultimately neither of those two scenarios was possible, and we made the hard decision to turn the lights off and cease operation of the service.

So that’s where we are today. After February 28, Stage6 will cease to exist as an online destination. But the larger DivX universe will continue to thrive. Every day new DivX Certified devices arrive on the market making it easy to move video beyond the PC. Products powered by DivX Connected, our new initiative that lets users stream video, photos, music and Internet services from the PC to the TV, are hitting retail outlets. We remain committed to empowering content creators to deliver high quality video to a wide audience, and we’ll continue to offer services that will make it easy to find videos online in the DivX format.

It’s been a wild ride, and none of it would have been possible without the support of our users. Thank you for making Stage6 everything that it was.

–Tom

Upcomming Release date(R5+R1)

R5 Release date:

11. September: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

13. September: Hostel Part 2

18. September: Bourne Ultimatum, Death Proof

25. September: Zodiac, War

27. September: Black Sheep, Balls of Fury

02. October- I know Pronounce you Chuck and Larry

4. October: The Simpsons Movie

16. October: Planet Terror


11. November: Pirates of the Caribbean – At World’s


20. November: Shrek The Third


4. December: Transformers


R1 DVD Release Date

18. September: Death Proof


25. Septembris: Knocked Up, Bug, Next
2. October: 1408


8. October: Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer


9. October: 28 Weeks later, Surf's Up, Black Sheep
16. October: Planet Terror, Transformers, The Invisible, The Hoax, The Reaping


23. October: Meet the Robinsons, Hostel Part 2, Fido
30. October: Spider-Man 3, Captivity
6. November: Ratatouille, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry
13. November: Shrek the Third, Ocean's Thirteen, Nancy Drew
20. November: The Santa Clause 3 – The Escape Clause, Live Free Or Die Hard, Hairspray, WAR, The Invasion


26. November: The Simpsons Movie


27. November: Skin Walkers, Who's Your Caddy?
4. December: Pirates of the Caribbean – At World's End, Nanny Diaries
11. December: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Bourne Ultimatum


18. December: Stardust, Halloween


26. December: Rush Hour 3


3. January: 3:10 to Yuma

Official DVD & HD DVD release of transformers is 16 october