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I’ve been browsing some online-game-forums and caught my attention on this little, but tricky site game. I called this a game because this site was intended to measure your IT/programming skills likeΒ  JavaScript, PHP, HTML and such. No harm will be done if you ended up wrong answers in guessing. We’ll you better try it and let’s see how deep can you explore~! πŸ˜€

Btw, im currently stuck in Level 8 now and still guessing how to bypass these tricks.. hehehe. I believe these site has 100 levels! who knows? πŸ˜€ Go figure it yourself!

Note: I’m not endorsing this site or what-so-ever and this is not mine, i just wanna share to others how cool this site works. lol πŸ˜› I believe this site is safe since i never encounter any viruses or spam of it. Just enter at your own risk. πŸ™‚ And it works on any internet browsers. (Opera, IE, Mozilla) Happy Hacking! πŸ˜‰


WORLDWIDE HACKING IN PROGRESS… is your own online hacker simulation. With over 100 levels that require different skills to get to another step of the game, this new real-life simulation will help you advance your security knowledge and also improve your JavaScript, PHP, HTML and graphic thinking in a fun way. Have a spare minute? Log on! Each level will provide you with a new, harder clue to find a way to get to another level. Only few people have gotten to the end of the maze. How good are your Hacker Skills?
visit this site and test your hacking skills now!


I browse into the internet and found something very useful.. You can download streaming videos and save it in your pc!!

Are you tired of watching streaming videos coming from youtube and other streaming videos? One thing you wish is to download that video in to your hard drive and save it for future use.. Well, no problem! This might solve it. πŸ™‚

This will work if your browser is Mozilla Firefox. (I believe Opera browser will work also)
1. In order to enable these scripts, you must first download and install Mozilla Firefox Extension, Greasemonkey. Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that lets you write bits of JavaScript to “fix up” broken web pages.

2. When you have successfully download and install the greasemonkey, restart your browser.

3. After Restart go to Tools in the menubar. You should see an option there named ‘greasemonkey’ and it must be checked enable’. You should see also an “Install userscript” “Manage userscript”.

4. Next thing you must do is to install the Greasemonkey userscript. To download embedded videos/movies, you must install the script Unembed. (Click OK to install)(just click here and it will prompt to install this script) OR you could just click Tools > Install userscript and select the unembed script to install.

5. After these steps, try to visit site that has streaming videos you wanted to download. On the video, you should see a [download] link at the bottom or right side of the movie, allowing you to save the file into your computer.( Right click the [download] link and choose save as.

Enjoy downloading πŸ™‚

Hi, I’ve been developing a flash website and i was challenge to work a series of animations with mouse tooltip. I’ve search through the net and luckily i found a very useful tutorial regarding it. Many thanks to Sidney de Koning(email: for providing us a very good tutorial.

This works on Actionscript 1 & 2:

Make three layers in your main timeline, called actions, caption
and button. Put this piece of actionscript in your actions layer:

function tooltip (string) {
xmouse = getProperty(“”, _xmouse);
ymouse = getProperty(“”, _ymouse);
duplicateMovieClip (“_root.tooltip”, “tooltip1”, 1);
tooltip1.tooltip = string;
setProperty (tooltip1, _x, xmouse);
setProperty (tooltip1, _y, ymouse);
startDrag (“_root.tooltip1”);
function remove_tooltip () {
stopDrag ();
removeMovieClip (“tooltip1”);

Now make a graphic and name it ‘caption’ give it two layes;
one with a nice background and another with a dynamic txtbox, multiline, wordwrap turned on
and give it the variable ‘tooltip’.
This is going to be your tooltip.

Now make a new Movieclip and call it caption_MC, leave the first frame blank with a
stop() action, in the second frame put your caption graphic you`ve just made and
also give it a stop() action.
Put this graphic about 25 pixels under the + ‘centercross’ (the point where x and y are zero).
This way you are creating the illusion that the tooltip is ‘floating’.
Put this MC on the main stage, doesn`t matter where. Give it the instance name ‘tooltip’.

Now make a button with some nice up-, over-, down-, and hit states,
put this in your main timeline with these actions :

on (rollOver) {
_root.tooltip(“This is a mouse following tooltip!”);
on (rollOut, dragOut) {

Antivirus found a “INF/Autorun.gen trojan” on any hard drives. Trojans still coming back whenever you cleaned it with antivirus because some major parts are still being left.

Here’s how to solve it.

1. Open the drive that detects a virus.
2. Click Tools in the windows menu
3. Select Folder Option

folder option

4. In the view tab select, “Hidden files and folders”
5. Select the option “Show hidden files and folders”
6. Uncheck the “Hide protected operating system files(Recommended)”
7. Click Apply

In the drive you should see all hidden files. If you can see a hidden “Autorun.inf” and some “XXXX.exe” (XXXX = any file name).

Delete it.

And your done, Tell me if it solve your problem. Β πŸ™‚

1. The default speed of the Start Menu is pretty slow, but you can fix that by editing a Registry Key. Fire up the Registry Editor and navigate to the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Control Panel \ Desktop \ MenuShowDelay By default, the value is 400. Change this to a smaller value, such as 0, to speed it up.

2. If your confounded by the slow speed of the Start Menu, even after using the tip above, then you might try the following: Navigate to Display Properties then Appearance then Advanced and turn off the option titled Show menu shadow . You will get much better overall performance.

1. Click the Start button, click Search.
2. In the Search Window, click All file types.
3. Then type *.scr in the search input
4. Check Local Hard Drives. ( Drive C or the drive where you have system files stored on your computer)
5. Click Search.
6. You will see a list of screensavers in the results. Pick a screensaver you want. You can preview it by double-clicking it.
7. Right click on the file, choose Send To, and then click Desktop (create shortcut).
8. To activate the screensaver, double-click the icon on your desktop

Would you like to change the Registered Owner of your operating system? Here’s the Trick.

1. Start Regedit
2. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion
3. From there you can edit the name in the Registered Owner key

WindowsXP comes with quite a few console utilities you can easily run from the command line:

Computer Management – compmgmt.msc
Disk Managment – diskmgmt.msc
Device Manager – devmgmt.msc
Disk Defrag – dfrg.msc
Event Viewer – eventvwr.msc
Shared Folders – fsmgmt.msc
Group Policies – gpedit.msc
Local Users and Groups – lusrmgr.msc
Performance Monitor – perfmon.msc
Resultant Set of Policies – rsop.msc
Local Security Settings – secpol.msc
Services – services.msc
Component Services – comexp.msc

Do you have a 512mb or more of memory? You can enhance your system performance by having the core system kept in memory!

1. Start > RUN > Regedit then enter
2. Go to Β HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\DisablePagingExecutive
3. Set the value to be 1
4. Restart Computer