Trangia

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

When you arm yourself with information and resources, you’re wiser about computer security threats and less vulnerable to threat tactics. Take these steps to safeguard your PC with the best computer virus protection: Use antivirus protection and a firewall. Get anti spyware software. Always keep your antivirus protection and anti spyware software up-to-date. Update your […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

There are multiple kinds of malicious software or also known as malware. Basically, malware are codes or software that has a specific purposes like damaging, stealing, disrupting, or generally inflicting other bad actions on networks, data, or hosts. But the most common type of malware are viruses and worms. These kind of programs are able […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

A hacker is a person who is interested in the workings and processes of any computer operating systems and they are most often computer programmers so they obtained advanced knowledge of operating systems and programming languages. They might discover flaws within a computer system or internet security and the reason for such flaws. Hackers always […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

These days, it is less demanding for computer viruses to spread rapidly, particularly because of the internet (via downloads and email). While some viruses cause mostly inconvenience, there are a few that are destructive, making it very important to have a secure anti-virus program installed on your computer and to avoid websites that are not […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

One of the hackers of the website of the COMELEC, namely Paul Biteng, admitted that the hacking was intented to show how vulnerable the COMELEC website was. Also, at the time that they hacked the said website, the hackers left a message calling for tighter security measures on the vote counting machines (VCM). Source Link:  […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

There were multiple hackers who are allegedly involved behind the hacking of the COMELEC website in 2016.One of them was then a 20-year-old Filipino IT graduate student named Paul Biteng, who allegedly was a member of multiple hacking communities, including Anonymous Philippines. According to a report on inquirer.net, biteng was also known as PhantomHacker Khalifa […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

The messages that are created in the Philippines started to spread through corporate email frameworks going west. Since the virus of worm used mailing lists as its source of targets, the messages regularly seemed to originate from colleagues and were therefore often regarded as “safe” by their victims, giving further reasons to open them. Only […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

Onel de Guzman is a Filipino computer programming student from AMA Computer College who became the primary suspect for the spread of the “I Love You Virus” because of a thesis proposal he had submitted to his college which was rejected because it being unethical. He confessed that he may have accidentally spread the virus. […]

09 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

Micheal “Mafiaboy” Calce hacked multiple giant websites on early 2000’s by harnessing the bandwidth of dozens of supercomputers, mostly from universities of the United States, and turning them all on to yahoo and then making millions of requests every second resulting in crashing of Yahoo’s website. His attack was called “a denial of service”. Source […]

08 Dec 18
Tony's Tasmanian Cycling Blog

Monday was a day of wind and no riding.  Gales with gusts up to 90kph were reported and it seemed like they would blow away structures in the garden let alone a brave cyclist.  We got away with the garden intact which was good – no cycling time will be lost to extra garden tasks.

07 Dec 18
#NotAllRoads

After planning an early night to beat the rain in the morning, I actually succeeded in waking up early enough to do just that. This was in no small part due to the (fairly obvious) discovery that by taking the simmer ring off the Trangia it would boil water in substantially less time. After packing […]

06 Dec 18
ordinary wonderer

Tasmania is without doubt one of the best places in Australia for family adventures. And on an island full of great places to explore, and great adventures to experience, the Overland Track stands out. The six day walk from Mt Barney in the central highlands south to Lake St Clair is justly one of Australia’s […]

06 Dec 18
Emmanuel's Blog

Michael Calce, or better known as MafiaBoy was born year 1986 in the West Island area of Montreal, Quebec. When he was a kid, his parents separated and his father purchased him his own computer at age six. When he was 9 years old, he did something on AOL to appear as an administrator and […]

06 Dec 18
rebeccastepsintotheunknown

A month ago – time flies – John and I made the most of a long weekend to have our first camping trip of the season. We decided to head west to the Grampians as this is an area neither of us had camped in or spent more than one night in before. Despite it […]

29 Nov 18
The Outdoors Beckons

I bought the Ultimate Direction Fastpack in the Summer of 2018 and I’ve used it regularly for hiking and running….. My original criteria A bag that could carry everything required for a minimalist solo overnight camp trip A comfortable, wellfitting piece of kit that I could run in Durability Pockets up front Nothing too ugly […]

28 Nov 18
Klan Gedi

Turen startede fredag aften hvor vi mødtes i IKEA. Efter en hotter tog Kattebilen os til Stevns hvor vi nød en flot solnedgang og vores aftensmad fra Trangia. Nogle kære fuglekiggere havde været os i forkøbet og tændt et bål på pladsen, så vi brugte aftenen på at nyde en Irish coffee og slå med […]