Spammers have found an open redirect in the sun.com website. These redirects are often used to mask their URL’s from RBL’s and services like Spamcop.
Google is used purely as an example.
Microsoft has announced the release date for Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2 as 23 October 2009 (Australian Time), while the RTM (Release to Manufacture) is to be in July.
First things first, I’ve got to agree that WiFiFoFum is the best from my experience with WiFi scanning apps for Windows Mobile. I tried MiniStumbler but it wouldn’t recognise the WiFi in the Windows smart phone (Palm Treo Pro) i’ve been been given to test. WiFiFoFum saves in all the formats I want, Google Earth (KML), text, Wi-scan, Tom Tom POI, MemoryMap & Netstumbler (ns1) formats, which means I can fit it in with the information I’ve collected very easily. Not to mention it can use the GPS built into the phone which is a big plus for me, no need to carry a notebook with GPS dongle.
You can grab a copy of WiFiFoFum from the Aspecto Software website.
Comedy Central has ordered all brand new episodes of Futurama, and the show has officially gone back into production. They have given the series an order for 13 additional episodes, which follow the original episodes and the four full-length DVDs.
This has to be the best flash game ever.
A new version of Quicktime Alternative is available, version 2.90. Here is the new MSI file for deployment. If you want the normal QuickTime Alternative package it can be found at Codec Guide. The previous version was 2.80.
MSI Installer Downloads:
Details on the build process can be found here at my first MSI installer for Real Alternative 1.75, the process for producing a QuickTime Alternative MSI installer is exactly the same as a Real Alternative MSI installer. As always you should actively virus scan these files if you don’t trust them. If you have any issues please post them in the comments.
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There have been some reports around the place of a vishing scam targeting the Commonwealth Bank. An automated phone message is used and tells you to call the number (02) 8005 6713, if you call this number you will be asked to provide your credit card number and your four digit pin number.
Some people have reported receiving this phone number via email also.
If you have fallen for this scam and called 02 8005 6713 then you should contact the Commonwealth Bank immediately.