Google Bomb Method 2.0 by Adeel Chowdhry
English | Flv | pdf | 640x480 | 30fps | 4:3 | Mp3 48kbps 22050kbps | 335Mb
Google Bomb by Bobby Walker Adeel Chowdhry gives you the basic instructions on how to set up a website, host it and then try and sell information products via that website.Adeel ChowdhryпїЅs new Google Bomb which is about getting a blog up and running to review sites.
PluralSight Regular Expressions 2011
English | Wmv | Wmv3 | 1024x768 | 4:3 | Mp3 128kbps 44100hz | 359Mb
Genre: Video training
Dan is an independent consultant, author, and speaker. He likes data; pointy data, rectangular data, even data just lying around on the floor. He is a co-author of the book "A Developers Guide to SQL Server 2005". His articles have been published in MSDN Magazine and SQL Server Magazine and he has spoken at WinDev, Microsoft events, as well as to various developer
Authored by: Dan Sullivan
Duration: 3h 29m
This course covers regular expressions as implemented in the .NET Framework
Kevin Young actually just found a completely insane way to make money on the internet that heпїЅs been making use of to pocket more than $55K per month. The best factor is that you donпїЅt even have to have a web site or any technical abilities at all. You can get Facebook Cash Generator set up for oneself in less than three hrs and have it pumping out cash for you by tonight. Hilarious factor isпїЅ Kevin is an 18 years old who really just graduated from high school.
TTC Video Understanding the Science for Tomorrow Myth and Reality
English | Mp4 | H264 | 640x480 | 30fps | 4:3 | Mp3 127kbps | 48000hz | 2.3Gb
Science and technology are, without a doubt, two forces that will change the way you live your life in the coming months, years, and decades.Nanotechnology, quantum computing, genetic engineering; these and other fascinating fields have the power to revolutionize almost every aspect of existence, including how you eat and drink, how you communicate, how you travel, how you learnпїЅeven how long you live.And in recent decades, these forces have evolved and developed at a lightning-fast pace. So fast, in fact, that the future of science and technology couldnпїЅt be any more exciting than it is now, as scientists are on the cusp of breakthroughs, including
* Medicine: Nanotechnology, which involves the purposeful engineering of matter at scales of less than 100 nanometers, has untold ramifications for the medical field. YouпїЅll see how recent and future developments can change the ways we heal wounds, detect diseases, deliver drugs to specific areas of the body, and even show us what goes on inside cells.
* Energy: Today, most of our energy comes from coal, gas, and oil. But this may not be the case in the near future. YouпїЅll investigate ways in which materials such as the sun, hydrogen, electricity, and even crops such as sugar and corn are poised to radically alter the way we make, use, and store energy.
AppDev Android Development Using Mono for Android
Genre: Tutorials | ISO | Size: 205 MB
The smart phone is quickly becoming a necessary tool for employees and customers alike. It has become necessary for highly mobile businesses to adopt this new technology. This course will show how to create applications for the Android OS, found on both smart phones and tablets, using Mono for Android. Mono for Android is an add-on for Visual Studio 2010 using C# and the.NET framework to build applications for the Android OS instead of coding in the native Java code. The course will start with an introduction to the Android OS and platforms then do an introduction to the MONO development environment. Then move onto basic UI design, screen controls and SQLite. The course follows up with the subjects of remote data, location services and Geocoding
In this course, you will learn
About MonoDroid for the Mac
Debugging strategies with Mono for Android
How to take advantage of tablets from a UI perspective
About basic user interface controls
How to use configure remote data with XML and other services
About Geocoding and Reverse Geocoding
Prerequisites: This course assumes that you are comfortable developing applications using Visual Studio 2010 and C#. Mono Android requires Visual Studio 2010 Professional or higher (and will not work with Visual Studio Express editions)
Cisco live - Deploying Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC)
English | mpeg4 yuv420p 628x452 20.00 fps | pcm_s16le, 44100 Hz, stereo, 1411 kb/s | 690 MB
Genre: Video Training
This session introduces the key components and builds the core concepts required to understand and implement Cisco's Network Admission Control (NAC). A functional overview of the solution and its deployment in various scenarios such as VPN, Wireless, Branch & Campus will be covered. The session introduces you to end point profiling and guest life cycle management. Participants who this breakout may be interested in BRKSEC-3040 advanced NAC design
Shoemoney System [38 videos]
MOV | H264 1190kbps | 720 x 416 15fps | AAC 384kbps | 702 MB
This is the exact same 16 DVD training set and Home Study Guide that over 16,000 people have purchased for $549. It is a complete training program on making money on the internet with over 6 hours of content.
The Modules included in these high quality DVD's are:
Module 1 - The Building Blocks - The first module provides all the necessary building blocks to provide you a rock solid foundation in understanding the world of making money online.
Module 2 - Arbitrage - Where the world revolves. Arbitrage is the profit from a market imbalance. In this video, I show you tons of opportunities to make money with arbitrage and I actually walk you through me working with a person to make an incredible profit with no money at risk! Must see!
Module 3 - Affiliate Marketing - Affiliate Marketing is pretty easy... when you understand the little things that make HUGE differences! A PERFECT compliment to the ACT!
Module 4 - Making Money With FaceBook We have been one of Facebook's biggest advertisers spending 60-90 THOUSAND dollars a day on their self serve platform. But we had to start some where! In this module I take you behind the scenes of real campaigns where we started with little money and ramped up to huge campaigns.
Module 5 - Building Your Brand - How do you build a brand? I show you how I built mine and walk you through the things you need to think about to build yours.
Module 6 - List building - How to do it - I have built a list of tens of thousands of quality users and also been able to monetize that list in the last couple years for millions of dollars. In this video I show you exactly what I do and also do interviews with some of the biggest email marketers in the industry.
Module 7 - Local Affiliate Marketing (the biggest opportunity out there) - In this module I show you what I believe is one of the biggest opportunities out there today. I work with a real business and show you how you can start making great money driving leads to them. This is a VERY in depth module and covers everything from how to approach clients to how to build great converting pages.
Module 8 - Building your own product - Watch over my shoulder as I create a website from scratch and sell it for over $40,000 in ONLY 7 days. This module is truly amazing!
Module 9 - Search Engine Optimization - We have dominated many niches in the world of SEO. In this module, I bring in world renown SEO guru Stephan Spencer to discuss everything you need to know to dominate your competition A-Z!!
Bonus Modules - In this bonus module, I take you behind the scenes of my most successful websites. How I built them, marketed them, and sold them. Many times for millions with VERY little investment.
In this series Rob Conery shows you Rails 3 and the core concepts involved. The focus of this series is a bit more practical than theoretical - with the goal of showing you not only Rails, but many of the tools to help you get your site up and running quickly and effectively.
1 - Why You Should Care About Rails 3
In this episode Rob introduces Rails 3 and discusses why you should care. In addition he sets up a Rails development environment with RVM and Git Flow.
2 - Rack
This is the "Introduction to Rack" production, repackaged and added to this series (in other words - if you've watched our Sinatra series, or if you've watched our Rack series - this is the same stuff). Rack is very important to understand if you're going to be working with Rails - this entire episode is devoted to it.
3 - Controller Fundamentals
In this episode Rob shows you the basics of the Controller in Rails 3, including the request cycle, passing data to and from a View, and the naming conventions you'll need to know.
4 - Controller Deep Dive
In this episode Rob shows you more detail about Controllers - including the Magic 7 actions, Rendering details, Simple Data Storage, Caching, and the how the rendering bits decide what to send down to the client.
5 - View Concepts
In this episode Rob shows you the core concepts behind the View in Rails 3 including: Layouts, Partials, DRY, Helpers, script/css tag builders, and the HAML rendering engine.
6 - Model Concepts
In this episode Rob demonstrates the main concepts behind working with data in Rails: Migrations, Validations, Associations and basic querying. This is the last of the "conceptual" episodes.
7 - App Building Iteration 1: Off The Ground
In this episode Rob moves away from concepts and onto the practical use of Rails 3 in every day development. Rob begins to build out his Time and Billing application, creating custom generators, the beginnings of the model, and authentication with Devise.
8 - Testing Basics
In this episode we take a look at the basics of testing in Rails, starting with the things you get right "out of the box" when you create a Rails 3 application. Then we improve on that a bit using Shoulda, Mocha, Autotest, and Growl (the Mac notifier). Finally we wrap things up with RSpec and an RSpec coding session set to Beethoven's 9th.
9 - Advanced Testing
In this episode Rob shows you the more high-level testing facilities in Rails 3, including Functional Tests, Integration Tests, how to make sure expected HTML is present in Views, and finally how to test your routes. In addition, Rob shows you Rake - the Ruby task utility that comes in handy for any application.
10 - App Building Iteration 2: Scaling and Performance
In this episode Rob shows you how Rails can scale, despite popular myth that "Rails can't scale". Topics covered are defensive coding and tools that keep you from shooting yourself in the foot. Asynchronous tasks and cron jobs, Caching and all the ways it can go wrong, and right, and finally how to improve application responsiveness (aka performance).
11 - Deployment
In this episode Rob shows you 3 different ways to deploy your application: pushing with Capistrano to your own Linux server, using Amazon EC2, and finally using Heroku. This is the final episode of the Rails 3 series.
Hak5 Season 7 - IT Security, Hack, Maintenance Video Tutorials by IT Ninjas
AVI | 5.9 GB
Put together by a band of IT ninjas, security professionals and hardcore gamers, Hak5 isnt your typical tech show. We take on hacking in the old school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Then we wrap it all up with a healthy dose of cocktails and geek comedy. Damn the warranties, its time to Trust your Technolust.
Episode 701 – Botnet Command & Control and Man in the Middle detection Following our 2010 Shmoocon special were joined in studio by security expert and programmer extraordinaire Robin Wood to talk about his proof of concept botnet command and control tool KreiosC2. We also discuss tools for detecting traditional Man in the Middle attacks. And stay tuned for a special season seven announcement.
Episode 702 – DHCP Exhaustion and DNS Man in the Middle With a mixture of in studio and on location in Dublin this week were talking to Robin Wood about DHCP Exhaustion and DNS Man in the Middle attacks, talking Metasploit modules and a Pineapple Monkey half breed.
Episode 703 – Free Application Sandbox Challenge and Top Ultra Warez Back from Britain and bouncing off the walls Darren pits three ancient Internet Explorers against each other to see which free application sandbox can save you from yourself. Shannon joins us from Missouri for her take on the top ultra Windows software, and Paul Well, Pauls tearing down the set.
Episode 704 – Malware Analyzis Sandbox and PC Remote Control over Twitter Following up with last weeks desktop sandboxing challenge Darrens taking a look at another kind of sandbox one for malware analysis. Shannon thinks your VNC and SSH servers are pretty spiffy, but how about controlling your computer over twitter? Free text messaging to your PC anyone?
Episode 705 – Airport WiFi Challenge and your Ultra Software Picks While meeting up with family in Florida this week Darren takes on a WiFi Challenge using the airport friendly Pineapple Mark II and Airdrop ng. Plus, Shannon has a follow up to the Ultra Software including your picks.
Episode 706 – Deauth Detection and Cloud Data Backups Back in studio with Shannon this week. Darren has answers to your WiFi deauthorization attack questions and a demo of a nifty deuth watching script. Shannons all about free and open source alternatives to online backup services like Backupify. Can these tools keep your cloud data secure?
Episode 707 – Teh Pure Pwnage Special Back in Canada again eh? Its another Hak5 field trip. This time the crew is in Toronto for the Pure Pwnage Teh TV Series premiere at the Bloor Street theatre. Were talking to creators and cast Geoff Lapaire (Kyle), Jarett Cale (Jeremy) and Joel Gardiner (fps_doug).
Episode 708 – PAX East 2010 Jason Appelbaum and Jenn Cutter bring us sights from the show floor at the Penny Arcade Expo East 2010. Table top dungeons & dragons on a multi touch surface! A mod to turn any guitar into a game controller and killer gaming headphones. Plus, Shannon investigates secure delete utilities in this weeks Snusb Report. All that and more this time on Hak5.
Episode 709 – USB Rubber Ducky Part 1 This time on the show Shannon has a tool thatll make that spring cleaning Windows reinstall a breeze in the Snubs Report. Then Mubix is unboxing the Nano Note, a pocket sized OpenWRT based bundle of Linux Lovin. And finally Darren has the scoop on a new open source pen testing tool, the USB Rubber Ducky! Tune in and find out about special dev kits.
Episode 710 – Unsynchronized In this wacky episode of Hak5 Darren and Paul follow up on some USB Rubber Ducky related topics, a cheaper version of the mini camera from last week, pelican cases, USB LCD monitors and flying zebras. Meanwhile Shannon is investigating a freeware tool thatll keep your folders in sync over just about any protocol.
Episode 711 – Android SDK, CoolIris and Puzzle Quest 2! This week Shannon is investigating alternative ways to view web media with CoolIris. Jason is diving into some mobile application development with the Android SDK, and Jenn brings us the latest about Puzzle Quest 2.
Darren says goodbye to the HakHouse and explains whats going on over atHackAcrossAmerica.com.
Episode 712 – Disk Cloning and Offline Maps Week 1 of the Hack Across America series begins with a look at a bare metal disaster recovery plan. Darren talks Hard Disk cloning the free and open source way, while Shannon investigates a number of tools for offline Google Maps usage.
Episode 713 – Android Abso defilutely The Hack Across America series continues in week 2 with Jason Appelbaum and Android user interface development, Shannon Morse and Windows file transfer utilities, and an exclusive interview with nerdcore sensation Dale Chase. Plus, Hackers on Ice!
Episode 714 – Pronobozo, Metasploit and Ninite The Hack Across America series continues in week 3 with a phenomenal episode featuring an exclusive interview with Pronobozo. Then mubix joins us for Metasploit 101 part 2, pwning a domain controller via SQL injection an token passing on a fully patched enterprise network. Plus Shannon has a tool that will save tons of time on your next PC build in this weeks Snubs Report. Get comfortable, you wont wanna miss this.
Episode 715 – The LateHak Show, HFS and DSiXL Mods The Hack Across America series continues in week 4 with what can only be described as the LateHak Show thanks to the enthusiastic folks at the i3Detroit hackerspace. Jenn Cutter joins us from Toronto for a little Nintendo DSiXL homebrew and Shannon has the cure for HTTP file transfer woes in this weeks Snubs Report. Hang on to your plush primate, its time for technolust!
Episode 716 – PDF Exploits The Hack Across America series continues in week 5 with Eighty of DualCore and PDF Exploits and malware analysis. Darren and Shannon take your questions at the Hak5 Springfield MO Meetup, and the perfect screenshot utility in this weeks Snubs Report.
Episode 717 – Home VM Servers and Android WiFi Development
The Hack Across America series concludes after 6 weeks and the first order of business at the new place in the San Francisco bay area is to build an inexpensive home server to host virtual machines. Then Shannon has a Windows power tools two fer and Jason joins us for some Android application development can you way wardriving app?
Episode 718 – Building a high performance home router Make your home network scream with a high performance router and firewall. Darren builds a custom network appliance using cheap parts, free and open source software and more power tools than hes typically allowed to touch. Plus, need an online backup solution? Fancy 50 gigs in the cloud for free? Shannons got the hookup.
Episode 719 – E3 Expo 2010 This week Darren is joined by Jenn Cutter of OpenAlpha.tv in LA for the E3 Expo. Were taking a look at our favorite picks from the show floor including the latest from Alienware, Valve and Nintendo, plus linux gaming handhelds, wireless PC controllers, latest addition to the rock music gaming scene and much more.
Episode 720 – Stolen Laptop Recovery and Homebrew Router Part 2 This week Darren is joined in San Francisco by his wonderful co host Shannon! I know, right? Were talking about open source software that will save the day if your laptop is ever stolen, following up on your password tips, and finishing up the homebrew router build with Untangle!
Episode 721 – Water Cooling, EXIF data mining and 25GB free cloud storage This week Darren heads to the Department of Spontaneous Combustion to meet with PC guru Colleen Kelly and get learned up on the arts of water cooling. Then were joined by Mubix (aka Rob Fuller) for a discussion on EXIF data, geo location, and twitpic privacy. Plus, Shannon has the hookup on 25 gigs of free cloud storage!
Episode 722 – Virtual Private Networks using your Google account and chipset woes This week Shannon has a great Snubs Report on setting up a Virtual Private Network using your Google account, and Darren shares some lessons learned in Linux wireless chipset compatibility and motherboard selection in a segment that can only be dubbed How I walked in for a USB dongle and left with an i7 rig
Episode 723 – Fun with Android Root and Monitoring your PC with Dropbox on this better late then never episode of Hak5 Darren is joined by Hak5 IRCs very own Rkiver to talk Android Root. Then Shannon has just the tool to get a peak at your desktop using Dropbox. Plus, Evil Server and a boat.
Episode 724 – Bypassing NSFW filters and Android Packet Sniffing This week Shannon is bypassing NSFW filters while Darren goes sniffing for packets in all the wrong places.
Episode 725 – DEFCon 18 This week Darren & crew take on DEFCon, the nations largest annual hacker convention and check out pentesting UAV platforms, badge viruses, lock picking, metasploit, capture the flag and so much more
Episode 726 – Jailbreaking, VirtualBox PHP GUIs, bandwidth throttles and python streaming scripts Rounding out season 7 Darren and Shannon meetup to take on iOS 4 jailbreaking, followed by a roundabout way to stream media anywhere online using some open source python scripts. Toss in a little VirtualBox PHP front ends and Untangle tweaks for good measure. Then Shannon has just the tools to detect network throttling. All that and more on this episode of Hak5!
PhotoShop Top Secret DVD2-HELL
English | ISO | 4 GB
This tutorial will teach you how to become an expert in Photoshop. You will learn how to create top-level special effects for eye-catching movie posters, album covers, book covers, brochures, mailing pieces, magazine covers, article illustrations, and a very wide range of print ads and Web site graphics.
DVD contents include:
Painting a Portrait
Digitally paint a portrait from a photographic reference.
How to take the face from one photo and place it into a completely different one.
Turn a Photograph into artwork that was popular in the mid 1950's.
How to apply henna and tattoos to skin.
Seamlessly remove the background from furry animals.
What Vanishing Point is and how to edit images with perspective.
Learn how to create commonly used web graphics and screen shots.
Create the illusion that text is being shattered like glass.
Flower Greeting Card
Use the vector tools in Photoshop to create an elegant looking Greeting Card.
Creating DVD Covers
Mark shows you exactly how he created the Photoshop Top Secret DVD covers.
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