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Computer Related Links
Useful links to websites and resources

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    Security
Spyware cleaners, virus checkers, firewalls, encryption utilties
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'HijackThis' Log / Result Checker
  Use this tool for your 'HijackThis' log. 'HijackThis' result logs can be confusing as to what you should / should not remove. This site ( which is connected to the HijackThis site ) will allow you to copy and paste your results. The program will then flag up and give explanations for anything it finds that it thinks shouldn't be there.

(WARNING! When using HijackThis, be absolutely sure on what you are deleting, even when using this tool )

See also Security 
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26th February 2006
Bruce Schneier's Blog
  Bruce literally wrote the book on cryptography. His blog has great commentary on all security related issues, and features squid blogging on fridays!

See also Security 
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7th July 2009
BSDGuides
  Great place for guides on BSD variants
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7th July 2009
Clipmarks.com
  Found this useful little piece of software. Works as an add-on to IE/Firefox.

If there is a snippet of information on a website that you want to keep (e.g a quote, a book you'd like to read, something you want to research) you can just clip the bit of the page out, rather like you would in 'the old days' with newspapers.

It's free, and I am finding it very useful. You can add your clips directly to your blog, as well.

See also Miscellaneous 
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7th May 2007
Data Recovery
  This page tells you all about data recovery, and the basics of your hard drive. It also includes a list of tools, some of which are free.
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6th May 2006
FILExt
  FILExt is a database of file extensions and the various programs that use them.  
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8th January 2006
How-To Forge
  Great site for linux tutorials.
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7th July 2009
Instalinux
  Instalinux helps create customized Linux installations. Choose which flavor of Linux, which options you want to install and it will create images of boot ISOs and/or complete sets of Linux disks containing only the software you select.

This is great if you have lots of Linux workstations to autoinstall with a standard build, or for building different flavors of Linux for use with virtualisation eg VMWare or Xen.
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9th April 2006
IRIS Education and Outreach
  Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology Education and Outreach

This website is a depository from the seismological community with links to education materials such as information sheets, animations, software, and programs for both educators and students. A few highlighs:

* software to turn your mac laptop into a seismometer
* order posters on various seismic topics for your classroom.
* internships for both undergraduate and graduate students

See also Education Resources  Science and Medical 
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2nd October 2008
PC Pitstop
  A well known and trusted anti-spyware / malware site checker and PC 'fault finding' site.

See also Security 
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26th February 2006
Sysinternals tools
  A collection of very useful diagnostic tools.
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24th February 2006
Ubuntu Community Documentation
  Great place for user-submitted tutorials on Ubuntu, links to the Ubuntu forums also.
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7th July 2009
UNIX forums
  For all thinks UNIX and UNIX like! FreeBSD, Solaris, AIX, HPUX, Linux, Mac OS X and more!

Good tutorials and advice.
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7th July 2009
WebMon
  WebMon is a web page update monitoring program - it saves you time and keeps you updated by automatically checking web pages to see if they have changed.

License: Freeware
Platform: Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2K/XP
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26th January 2006
 


 
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