Blog Posts - Protected



How to Password Protect a Folder in All Windows - 7 Steps

Password-protect a folder in WindowsThere are quite a few ways to password-protect folders in Windows, but most of them rely on pricey third-party software. Below, we have listed a couple of ways to password-protect a folder: one without using any en...

Protected Search or Protected Toolbar – Toolbar Removal Instructions

Protected Search Toolbar is another prospective malware or spyware that offers web search services. This malware can automatically download itself to the computer without the user’s permission. It latches itself to widely used internet browsers suc...
by Spyware Help Center on Nov 11, 2013

Know PHP methods visibility (public, protected, private)

When coding in Object Oriented PHP, sometimes we would like to know the visibility of certain methods. For example, we are using an instance of an unknown class in compile-time (or coding time) with its name in a variable just …...
by Binary Prose on Oct 24, 2013

Conservation: So easy a child could do it

I don’t like to talk about my family online. Call me paranoid, but there are a lot of crazy people out there who don’t like what scientists like me are saying (bugger the evidence). Yes, like many climate scientists, I’ve also been...
by Conservation Bytes on Sep 12, 2013

WWF in Caltanisetta looking for a criminal

WWF in Caltanissetta is looking for the criminal who has shot a protected bird. Reward 1000 euro for also anonymous presented proofs that leads to case solved. Svenska WWF i Caltanissetta söker den brottsling som har skjutit en skyddad fågel. Belö...
by Living In Sicily on Sep 10, 2013

Get Software Developed and Protected for All Parties

Whether you are a small software development firm, or you are a small business looking to hire and support a small, local software development firm, there is the question about how to protect both companies either from going out of business or if it...

MPs’ ignorance puts national parks in peril

Led by Bill Laurance, our latest opinion editorial in the Higher Education supplement. Interestingly, it has already spawned a bilious and spittle-flecked response by Queensland’s Acting National Parks Minister, Tim Mander. Given the evidence,...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 30, 2013

Buhisan Watershed: An Adventure to Witness Cebu’s Rich Yet Fragile Biodiversity

You may not believe this, but you’re in for a wonderful surprise if you’re a proud Cebuano adventurer, outdoorsman, mountaineer, bushcrafter, or eco-warrior! Despite massive deforestation, Cebu has its own natural park or protected area! Yes, tha...
by Adrenaline Romance on Aug 28, 2013

Are daytraders more protected than longterm investors from market crashes?

Question by Sarah S: Are daytraders more protected than longterm investors from market crashes? Are they able to get out earlier in the event that the market crashes. And how fast does it crash, does it crash as quickly as the May flash crash or the...

Những tính năng bảo mật trong Windows 8.1

Bài viết Những tính năng bảo mật trong Windows 8.1 của VNPDA.COM.Windows 8.1 Preview gây được sự chú ý của hầu hết người sử dụng chính là ở những thay đổi về giao diện người dùng và nhiều tính...
by Chicken' Blog on Jul 22, 2013

Khác biệt giữa chuẩn bảo mật WiFi: WEP, WPA và WPA2

by Chicken' Blog on Jul 19, 2013

Guilty until proven innocent

The precautionary principle – the idea that one should adopt an approach that minimises risk – is so ingrained in the mind of the conservation scientist that we often forget what it really means, or the reality of its implementation in ma...
by Conservation Bytes on Jul 18, 2013

Relaxed laws imperil Australian wildlife

On the continuing theme of the demise of laws designed to protect Australian biodiversity (see here, here and here), I’m reproducing our latest Nature Correspondence on the issue. I know this might be slightly dodgy to do so, but given that it...
by Conservation Bytes on Jun 28, 2013

Australia’s national parks aren’t ‘national’ at all

Following our The Conversation article a few weeks ago about the rapid demise of national parks in Australia, a few of us (me, Euan Ritchie & Emma Johnston) wrote a follow-up piece on the Australia’s national park misnomer (published si...
by Conservation Bytes on Jun 14, 2013

Our national parks must be more than playgrounds or paddocks

It’s interesting when a semi-random tweet by a colleague ends up mobilising a small army of scientists to get pissed off enough to co-write an article. Euan Ritchie of Deakin University started it off, and quickly recruited me, Mick McCarthy, D...
by Conservation Bytes on May 23, 2013

Videos about Temple Run Hacks issue #1

Fun Run ep 1 – youtube.com 05/23/2013 Fun Run,EPIC. more… Temple Run 2 infinite running glitch – youtube.com 05/22/2013 Plz dont give me credit for this. I didnt find this out. Give credit to the original creator. First put tutorial...

Learning from danger

Study vehicle, a group of vicuñas and a guanaco in San Guillermo National Park (San Juan, Argentina) [courtesy of Marco Escudero]. Guanacos and vicuñas are native to South America, and are the ancestors of domesticated llamas and alpacas – which...
by Conservation Bytes on May 12, 2013

Are Protected Species Having An Impact On Your Business?

Most of us value the various creatures which inhabit our country and understand the importance of preserving the diversity. However, at the same time protected species can cause upheaval for some businesses, hampering operations. Fortunately, there a...
by Petcare on Apr 20, 2013

How to Lock your PC with your Pen Drive

most of you wants to keep your pc personal but everyone like your friends or family membersor your roommate keeps using your pc in your absense when you have protected it for passwordthey will find it out or they will ask you directly and you have to...

Empires & Allies PRO Hack

  Here is a quick tutorial on how to use this Game Trainer: Download the .rar File and unzip it (use WINrar or WINzip) Start the Application and insert the...
by Latest Facebook Game Cheats on Apr 11, 2013


Trending Topics

Close