Author: Nikola Vasiljevski

Change meta generator tag in Joomla 1.5

There are many solutions that involve  editing the Joomla Core files. This is bad idea, because you will have to do this every time you upgrade Joomla to a new version.  In general changing Joomla core files is not recommended, and you should avoid it as much as possible.

Solution that I find to be much better and cleaner is just to add : Continue reading “Change meta generator tag in Joomla 1.5”

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots greatest game of the decade!

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

Metal Gear Solid 4, most probably, is the last game with Solid Snake in the main role, and by far the best and most invative in the whole Metal Gear series. See the gallery of some in-game moments Continue reading “Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots greatest game of the decade!”

How to Rename Multiple Files with Windows Explorer

  1. Start Windows Explorer. To do so, click Start, point to All Programs, point toAccessories, and then click Windows Explorer.
  2. Select multiple files in a folder. To do so, press and hold down the CTRL key while you are clicking files. Continue reading “How to Rename Multiple Files with Windows Explorer”

WordPress address (URL) and Blog address (URL) problem

If you accidentally changed  WordPress address (URL) or Blog address (URL), and you cannot access your blog any more there is a easy solution to fix that problem by changing the option table in the WordPress database.

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768-bit RSA cracked, 1024-bit safe (for now)

Researchers have posted a preprint that describes their method for factoring a number used for RSA 768-bit encryption.

SOURCE: By John Timmer | Last updated January 7, 2010 5:20 PM

With the increasing computing power available to even casual users, the security-conscious have had to move on to increasingly robust encryption, lest they find their information vulnerable to brute-force attacks. The latest milestone to fall is 768-bit RSA; in a paper posted on a cryptography preprint server, academic researchers have now announced that they factored one of these keys in early December. Continue reading “768-bit RSA cracked, 1024-bit safe (for now)”


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