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Mozy is a remote backup tool for Windows that gives you 2GB space to automatically synchronize your folders online. Mozy encrypts data with 448-bit Blowfish encryption, and transfers them using 128-bit SSL, so it’s secure. You can schedule daily or weekly backups or you can let the automatic backup happen (Mozy backups your folders only […]

GmailSync is your one stop solution for data backup. It’s free, reliable and uses google technology (Gmail). With support to sub-directories and uploading files to your gmail account this service is a definite good addition to your downloads list. Imagine 2.7 gb of free space over the net with smtp. Further 99 invites, which means […]

If you are planning to start a new website/blog or a online firm then the first thing which you should concentrate is the web hosting part. There are certain criteria which should be looked upon when selecting your host and on the top of the list should be the uptime. It should be close to […]

The service is free and works with more than 200 different phone models. It’s very simple to get started, just sign up on, select your mobile phone model and in a matter of seconds you will receive a message (SMS) that automatically configures your mobile to your ZYB profile. “If you are afraid of […]

—Article by DeathRape Cron jobs are basically ways to tell a unix-based machine to perform certain tasks at certain times. Of course, there are several things this is useful for. For today’s example, which will be used to teach you the basics of what a cron job does, I will use the command: rm /home/deathrape/htdocs/*~ […]

So, you want to spoof mail? It may or may not be as difficult as you think it is. There are many ways of spoofing a mail. We shall discuss the two most often used method. The easy one: Google Homepage is introducing a lot of widgets, one of them is the mini mail service, […]