Thursday, March 31, 2011

GFI LABS Blog: Samsung Laptops do not have a keylogger (and it was our fault)

"A Slovenian language directory for Windows Live is causing us considerable headaches this morning, and we have no one to blame but ourselves.

A Network World article has alleged Samsung laptops of having a keylogger. Unfortunately (and to our dismay), the evidence was based off of a false positive by VIPRE for the StarLogger keylogger. "

http://sunbeltblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/samsung-laptops-do-not-have-keylogger.html

Saturday, March 12, 2011

How To Remove Services In Windows

How To Remove Services In Windows

Services in the Windows operating system are background processes that usually require no user interaction. They are automatically started with Windows, or when a certain event occurs that triggers them. Most system administrators distinguish between first party and third party services. First party services have been installed with the operating system, they are from Microsoft and many are core parts of the OS. Disabling a core service could have serious consequences; Windows may stop booting, Internet may not work anymore or the printer refuses to print.

How To Remove Services In Windows