Friday, 31 January 2014

Pakistan is Very Beautiful Country in The World.

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  04:37:00


          Pakistan the Beautiful: Photos

          Pakistan the Beautiful: Photos

Pakistan is blessed with sights that are beautiful beyond words. Mother Nature has been very kind to Pakistan when it comes to natural beauty. Of course there are many incredible man-made structures built throughout the course of history but here we are just taking a look at the natural wonders of Pakistan.

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Nanga Parbat
Nanga Parbat
Swat Valley
Swat Valley
Rawal Lake
Rawal lake
Batura Glacier
Batura Glacier
Baltoro Glacier
Baltoro Glacier
Desert of Thar
Desert of Thar
Kaghan Valley
Kaghan Valley
Batura Glacier
Batura Glacier

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How will computers evolve over the next 100 years?

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  04:26:00

                    How will computers evolve over the next 100 years?Computer Hardware Image Gallery
To call the evolution of the computer meteoric  seems like an understatement. Consider Moore's Law, an observation that Gordon Moore made back in 1965. He noticed that the number of transistorsengineers could cram onto a silicon chipdoubled every year or so. That manic pace slowed over the years to a slightly more modest 24-month cycle.
Awareness of the breakneck speed at which computer technology develops has seeped into the public consciousness. We've all heard the joke about buying a computer at the store only to find out it's obsolete by the time you get home. What will the future hold for computers?
Assuming microprocessor manufacturers can continue to live up to Moore's Law, the processing power of our computers should double every two years. That would mean computers 100 years from now would be 1,125,899,906,842,624 times more powerful than the current models. That's hard to imagine.
But even Gordon Moore would caution against assuming Moore's Law will hold out that long. In 2005, Moore said that as transistors reach the atomic scale we may encounter fundamental barriers we can't cross [source: Dubash]. At that point, we won't be able to cram more transistors in the same amount of space.
We may get around that barrier by building larger processor chips with more transistors. But transistors generate heat, and a hot processor can cause a computer to shut down. Computers with fast processors need efficient cooling systems to avoid overheating. The larger the processor chip, the more heat the computer will generate when working at full speed.
Another tactic is to switch to multi-core architecture. A multi-core processor dedicates part of its processing power to each core. They're good at handling calculations that can be broken down into smaller components; however, they aren't as good at handling large computational problems that can't be broken down.
Future computers may rely on a completely different model than traditional machines. What if we abandon the old transistor-based processor?


10 Most Popular Computers in History

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  04:13:00

As personal computers became affordable, must-have Internet gateways in the late 1990s, individual models took a backseat to larger brands. Dell didn't bother advertising special model names. It just advertised one major selling point: cheap. When Apple made a comeback with iMacs, and later MacBooks and MacBook Pros, you were either a Mac person or a PC person. Whether that PC was a Dell, or an HP, or an ASUS didn't make much difference.
But when the PC market was younger, smaller and much more expensive, things were different. Your PC was everything. In the late 1970s and 1980s, buying a computer was a huge investment, likely costing thousands of dollars and determining what kind of software you'd be running for the next several years. As a result, computer hobbyists picked favorites. And they stuck by them.
The wars between IBM fans, Tandy owners, Apple devotees and Commodore diehards were fiercer than any Mac versus PC argument. As a result, those early systems had an immense impact on those early home computer users, creating a generation of tech-savvy programmers. Ask any of them about their first (or favorite) computer, and they'll be able to tell you exactly what it was.
A few extremely popular breakout models sold millions of units. These are 10 of the most popular computers ever built. Your favorite may be among them.


How to Protect Data from Getting Hacked

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  03:48:00

Poor security in computer systems can be very harmful for any business, no matter what is the size of the company. The information about your business and its processes is too valuable to get in the hand of some illegal hacker. However by incorporating the right security infrastructure you can minimize the chances of viruses entering your network and the theft of data.

Things you will need to protect the precious data stored in computer systems from getting hacked:

- Knowledge of the network system - Knowledge of simple network operations - Scanning
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Use a port scanner on your network to find all the open ports, as well as what software is running on them, keep all of these programs up to date.
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Carry out regular backups of your data and test the backups to ensure they are in good working condition.

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If necessary store the backup files off line for ensuring security.

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    Encrypt the data, with the help of encrypting software, which carry important details about your company that are in transit mode such as email messages traveling in and out of the business.
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    Use latest versions of antivirus software to protect against viruses, particularly in email messages.
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    Also use anti-adware and spyware software. This software provides protection against illegal programs tracking internet use or monitoring keystrokes to gather data such as passwords.
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    Install intrusion detection software to alert you when someone tries to access your system illegally.
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    Install a firewall to maintain a secure interface between the computers of your company and public networks.
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    Regularly update the software programs you are using to ensure that the security patches are installed properly and all default passwords have been reset.
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    Make sure that correct wireless protocols are used in the network systems so that all the valuable data on mobile computers is also secure to use as the data on your business computers.
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    Never ignore the issue of spam, or unsolicited email. Hence tell your employees using the network not to open every mail attachment.
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    Develop a consciousness amongst your employees about the need for security and an understanding of what could happen if a disastrous hacking takes place for lack of security culture.
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    If it is not possible for you to follow these measures, or if your systems are too complex for you to handle alone, you can always hire someone else to take care of your valuable data from getting hacked. Hire someone who has undergone embedded system training, network security trailing or information securitytraining from some reputed institution.


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