Thursday, June 10, 2010

Caffeine New Indexing System From Google

Yesterday, Google's webmaster has announced that they have completed a new system that can index the web faster 50% from the previous system. This is probably good news for all of us who have a personal website or business website, with a new system to index the web from Google would give greater opportunity for our web pages to appear on Google search engine results.

New indexing system called Caffeine, Caffeine with a new system promises satisfaction in Google search engine users to find fresh and relevant content from links that are spread in different networks. Caffeine will update the database every two weeks and caffeine to give quick answers from each of the changes in network technology continues to grow and evolve.

If I compare with other search engines like Yahoo or Bing, Google search engine is more superior and able to display all the links found on the web domain. I have felt the changes that have occurred in the search engine Google, Google search engine which is faster indexing new website is built and is certainly beneficial for my business.

Caffeine truly extraordinary performance and capable of storing a database of hundreds of thousands of gigabytes per day. Caffeine is not only indexes but also to analyze whether a website eligible to appear on Google search engine. I think this system is expected by many users from search engine Google to display more fresh content and links that appear too clean from malicious scripts.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Virus Spread through Twitter is Still Occurring

Some security researchers warn that Twitter is dangerous spam attacks are still going to happen. This attack is to install the devices 'cheat' anti-virus, so they can freely get into the PC. Spam attacks usually via a link that brings users to a site which contained the source code to download user the actual password.exe actually contain harmful viruses.

Unbeknownst to the user, the virus disguised as a file that infiltrated by malware. Users do not realize that, if the file has undermined their computer systems. "Anti-virus can not detect deceived your desktop to display some bad files, until finally they install themselves," said Carl Leonard, a senior research manager at Websense security labs.

"This makes the attack seem more believable. Antivirus company needs to consider solutions that will provide real time security to reduce cyber threats," he added, and the security vendor said it has seen about 55 000 cases of this dangerous spam emails so far

iPhone Free Application for 2010 World Cup

Euphoria of 2010 World Cup held in South Africa, a matter of time only. Millions of pairs of eyes ready to welcome football's most festive event of this. No lag for iPhone users who also use the event in 2010 world cup in South Africa. Yes, some special applications already stuffing the World Cup since the App Store some time ago. There are paid, but not the least that give it for free. Here are five free iPhone applications that are provided specifically to accompany important moments in World Cup 2010 which you can use.

World Cup Countdown 
We know you're counting the days until football action will take place. This application is a tool for counting down the joy of each day, minutes, hours and seconds until all began on June 11. This application also contains an interactive photo slideshow with a series of cool images that exist in South Africa such as video draw on rural areas and some local music and dance movement typical of Bafana Bafana.

World Cup and History Factoids
If you are a football enthusiast incomplete seemed to enjoy these applications on handheld devices, the first who wanted to know the history of the World Cup from year to year.

AP World Cup 2010
The Associated Press has been covering the game from the start and committed to providing special for the fans. After the World Cup to roll, this application will provide news up-to-the-date from more than 100 journalists in South Africa. Having a multi-language platform and users turn it into English, Spanish, French or Portuguese.

ESPN FIFA World Cup 2010
Applications memberitakkan just about everything you need to prepare for the tournament. With a full schedule, you will not lose the opportunity to see favorite teams competed in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and you see a biography and statistics of every player who will compete.

World Football Live
Same as before, apalikasi It also provides the latest news on all things about World Cup 2010 South Africa who were taken from the BBC, Yahoo!, And ESPN News. Interestingly, the news is presented will be updated in real-time and you can bookmark your favorite articles or e-mail to your friends.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Hackers Attack using Adobe Applications

A security company has warned about the bugs found on the Adobe Flash Player that can be exploited to inject and infect a computer security system. Effects there are bugs in the Adobe Flash Player version, which runs on all operating systems including including Windows, Macintosh and Linux. Rather broadly, this bug is also found in the latest version of Acrobat Reader software.

"There are reports that this vulnerability is being actively exploited in the virtual world for free on the Adobe Flash Player, and Adobe Reader and Acrobat," said a spokesman for Adobe. Recognized also by Adobe, when exploited, these bugs can cause crashes Adobe software, so it can give an attacker the opportunity to control the computer, and steal data in it.

Nevertheless, the attack was not yet widespread. However, Adobe has so far received two reports of attacks online. Researchers from Trend Micro, Paul Ferguson agreed that the attack is a new type, and does not appear to be used widely. "It's probably just a side." He saw the attack will be exploited further, although he was advised to alert the user.

But unlike the previously version, "Version 8 of Adobe Reader and Acrobat is not vulnerable to attacks, Adobe said. As it is known that Adobe Reader is free software, has become a favorite target of hackers in recent years. Malicious attacks involving PDF files, according to Symantec, now make up about nearly 50 percent of all Web-based attacks.