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The Most Secure Browser

In my quest to find to the most secure browser,I came across two browsers.
xB Browser a Customized version of Mozilla FireFox and OperaTor a Customized version of Opera.


Disable Autorun.inf in USB Drive

The Microsoft Windows Operating Systems use the AUTORUN.INF file from removable drives in order to know which actions to perform when a new external storage device, such as a USB drive or CD/DVD, is inserted into the PC. The AUTORUN.INF file is a configuration file that is normally located in the root directory of removable media and contains, among other things, a reference to the icon that will be shown associated to the removable drive […]


Change Windows Password from Ubuntu/Ubuntu Live CD

Most Ubuntu users also have Windows installed on their computer.In such cases you can Reset or Change the passwords of Windows User Accounts from Ubuntu/Ubuntu Live CD using the chntpw tool. You need to enable Read/Write Access to NTFS partition on which Windows is installed, to use the chntpw tool. Enabling Read/Write Access Install NTFS GUI Configuration Tool by running this code in the terminal


Log into Administrator Account from the welcome screen

At the welcome screen in Windows Operating systems you will find a list of users into which you can log into.But the Administrator account does in appear in this list.The Administrator account appears in the welcome screen only when you boot in safe mode. To log into the Administrator account from the welcome screen