From McAfee: A new Stinger has been developed to specifically target “FakeAlert” threats being seen in the wild. This version of Stinger Detects and removes the following “FakeAlert” Variants – Kryptik, AVP Security, Fakespypro, Winwebsec, Antivirus Soft and XPSpy.
Google Apps Marketplace was launched recently by Google to help millions of Google Apps users across the world. It has got some great tools to help you get more from your Google Apps account.
Google Apps Marketplace
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Looking for some virus protection for your Ubuntu install? Linux viruses are rare, but they do exist. If you want a really great virus scanner for Ubuntu, look no further than ClamAV. Read on to learn how to install and configure it.
ClamAV – Virus Protection for Ubuntu Linux
The default task manager in Windows doesn’t tell you much. System Explorer is a nice replacement that gives you more power when it comes to dealing with processes.
System Explorer is an Efficient Task Manager Replacement
Here’s an interesting little website. Fotobabble lets you upload a photo and then record audio to go with it. You can then easily share this with anyone via email, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Cool idea.
Trying to figure out where the run command went in Windows 7? For some odd reason, Microsoft removed it from the Start Menu by default! Check out the post below to restore it.
Restore Run Command in Windows 7
Want to quickly share some photos with friends you want on a trip with? Want them to be able to add photos to the collection too? Want to have unlimited space? Then check out DivvyShot, a free service for sharing high resolution photos with everyone.
Harmony is a cool site where you can release your creativity in a very simple and elegant manner. The entire web page is a canvas and it is made up of some very cool brushes. Draw away!
Want to make sure you’re not leaving any trace of your browsing while in Firefox? If so, you should make sure you are using Private Browsing. It’s like IE’s InPrivate and Chrome’s Incognito. Learn more.
Firefox Private Browsing