Password Protect iPhone Photos by Using Drop Box

Jun 08, 2011 @ 01:01 am by HackingManual

Maybe you have some pictures on your phone you’d rather others not see when they ask to borrow your iPhone.

You can upload your iPhone photos to the Drop Box App and Password protect the Drop Box iPhone app with a password This is also helpful if your iPhone is lost or stolen.

So you won’t have to store your pictures in your main iPhone Photos. Yet you can still easily access them. Now you can feel comfortable letting others see your phone.

Additionally you can organize your Iphone photos into specific folders as well.

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Avast Antivirus

Mar 18, 2011 @ 01:07 pm by HackingManual

After being failed by MSE, and Avira I decided to try Avast Free Antivirus and I think I have finally found the perfect solution. I like the fact that it comes pre-configured out of the box. I didn’t have to go through any settings. It auto-updates daily and even lets you know via audible alert that it has been updated. I especially like the fact that it automatically blocks viruses and infected pages in real time. This is where the other Antivirus suites had failed me.

Doesn’t Consume very many resources unlike alternatives
Very high protection in real time which I think is the most important
Doesn’t get in my way or annoy me asking me questions constantly
High results from AV Comparatives and the #2 download on
Option to perform Boot time Scan which scans your computer before the viruses can load and hide
Ability to set exclusion paths. When you have programs/files you want to exlcude from being detected

Comes with a vast array of Real-Time Shields

File System – Scans while opening/writing
Mail- Scans incoming/outgoing emails
Web – Scans your web traffic for viruses and bad sites
P2P – Scans files downloaded from File sharing programs automatically
IMĀ  – Scans files recieved via instant messaging programs
Network- Prevents viruses that try to reach your computer via the network
BehaviorĀ  – Looks for unusual behaivor

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Hitman Pro Anti-Malware Review

Oct 17, 2010 @ 03:38 pm by HackingManual

So I let someone borrow my computer and what do you know it got a Virus.

None of my usual tools were working. Malwarebytes, Avira, Microsoft Security Essentials, Spyware Doctor W/Anti Virus, Spy-bot. None of them had any effect.

I decided to give Hitman Pro a shot. And wow did it surprise me. With in 5 minutes it had found the Virus, Saw the critical windows files it had corrupted. Get ready for this..It downloaded fresh copies of those windows files and replaced them before deleting the old ones. Never have I seen an Anti-virus do that. I was surprised. Hitman pro isn’t a fully time anti-virus, it’s just a scanner or as it calls it’s self, a second opinion Anti-Malware.

It can be ran from USB Drive. It does have a steep price, but it does have a 30 day trial if you find you need it. Another negative I found is that it starts to scan right away before you can activate it. Which is both good and bad. If you’ve got no viruses then great, and you don’t have to activate your 30 day license yet, but if it does find something you’ll have to activate it, then rescan. I guess overall that’s actually a benefit.

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