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Sox BlogFest 2010!

71155_124007544326713_777200_nAnother biggest blogger event happening in Mindanao on December 11, 2010 dubbed Sox Blogfest 2010! SOCCSKSARGEN's biggest event for bloggers and new media enthusiasts!

For more information visit http://www.soxbloggers.com

For online event registration visit: http://soxbloggers.com/blogfest-2010-registration-page/

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How to protect your computer from viruses and malware

Just a basic write-up base on my experience and what I've learned from doing research secure your computer from different treats using opensource software and some freeware software. Based on the toolkit produce by Tactical Technology Collective, Security in a Box.  Now a days, we are having a problem how to secure our computer from different treats namely viruses, malware, spyware and off-course hackers.  For antivirus software ,i would recommend using a freeware software name AVAST for windows, which is easy to use, regularly updated and well-respected by anti-virus experts. It requires that you register once every 14 months, but registration, updates and the program itself are all free-of-charge. Or if you want a FOSS Alternative you can use CLAM WIN. the various well-known commercial anti-virus programs. Although it lacks certain features that are important for a primary anti-virus program, CLAM WIN has the advantage that it can be run from a USB memory stick in order to scan a computer on which you are not allowed to install software. This is extremely helpful when you have no choice but to use public computers or Internet cafes for sensitive work.

Now the next step question in our mind is that, I've already install anti-virus software on my unit, am i already secure? well the answer is yes for viruses only. there is still a lot of treats like malware and adware. If looking for a tools for anti-spyware i'll recommend using spybot is one such program, and it does a very good job of identifying and removing certain types of malware that anti-virus programs simply ignore. Just like with anti-virus software, though, it is extremely important that you update Spybot's malware definitions and run regular scans. Now you have two application installed on your unit, lastly you will need a firewall to monitor incoming and outgoing activity from your unit.

We all know that the recent versions of Microsoft Windows include a built-in firewall, which is now turned on automatically. Unfortunately, the Windows firewall is limited in many ways. In particular, it does not examine outgoing connections, and it can be somewhat difficult to use. For alternative application there is a freeware program called COMODO FIREWALL, which you can keep your computer more secure.


  • Not recommend to install two anti-virus on your unit, it will crash your unit.
  • Always keep up-to-date your software since all application is freeware and open source.

Making your browser secure

It's been a week doing an experiment on security issues on web like hacking account on a browser using some software. Wondering how to make your browser Firefox more secure? Well here are some firefox extension that can make your browsing more secure and prevent others to hack your account. Using public wifi is not secure.

HTTPS Everywhere
- a project of EFF and the Tor Project. This Firefox extension was inspired by the launch of Google's encrypted search option. That they wanted a way to ensure that every search our browsers sent was encrypted. At the same time, they were also able to encrypt most or all of the browser's communications with some other sites.

NoScript - an extension for Firefox pre-emptively blocks malicious scripts and allows JavaScript, Java and other potentially dangerous content only from sites you trust.

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3rd Provincial Congress of Campus Journalist a Success..

The event dubbed 3rd Provincial Congress of Campus Journalist organized and hosted by Clarion Publication partnership with PECOJON (The Peace and Conflict Journalism Network) at Claret College of Isabela last November 17-19, 2010 is a success. More than 108 participant's- Campus Journalist around Basilan attend the said event.

Lecturer invited where Mr. Jamju Rivera the PCCJ Adivser talk about Feature Writing and Online Media, Mr. Rj Ian S. Sevilla talk about Layouting for publication, Mr. Darwin Wally Wee from Business World/NUJP talk about Investigative Journalism, Ms. Len Madriguez from PECOJON Philippines talk about Conflict Sensitive Journalism, Mr. Karlon Rama from Sun Star Cebu talk about News Writing,and Mr. Charlie Salceda from Philippine Star lecture about Photojournalism.

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