Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Gizmo's Freeware: DVD Authoring Software That's Open Source And Free

Gizmo's Freeware: DVD Authoring Software That's Open Source And Free

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DVD Authoring Software That's Open Source And Free

Posted: 27 May 2015 03:41 AM PDT



If you have acollection of video files on your PC and you want to assemble them into a playable DVD, you'll need some DVD authoring software. Not only is DVD Flick availablefor free, but it also comes with complete source code if you want to study how it works. It will let you combine video clips into files that you can burn to a disc or play from your computer, and you can add audio from separate files too.

DVD Flick download is around 13MB and the program is malware-free according to VirusTotal and Web of Trust ... Read More

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

How To Safely Hide AdSense Ads using "Display:none" ?

How To Safely Hide AdSense Ads using "Display:none" ?

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How To Safely Hide AdSense Ads using "Display:none" ?

Posted: 26 May 2015 04:43 AM PDT

hide Adsense ads using "display none"AdSense new policy allows publishers to only hide Responsive Ads using CSS media queries. You can choose to control the display of your Ad visibility on different mobile devices. You can now choose when to show or hide an ad unit. All these is now possible thanks to the Responsive Ad units. We recently shared a tutorial on how to create responsive ad spots and how to stop AdSense from serving blank space on Responsive ad units by fixing the blank space error. Today we will take a step ahead and share the trick of hiding AdSense Ads  on any screen size you want using simply CSS "Display:none" property.  Note that Google only allows you to hide the content using the CSS property of display and it does not yet allow using "visibility:hidden" property so we will only follow techniques which goes in accordance with AdSense Program policies. Sites which are hiding the AD code using "visibility hidden" are surely not following recommended methods and pose a serious thread to your accounts so always follow authentic methods to manage your monetization strategies.

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Gizmo's Freeware: Play a Combination of Donkey Kong, Pacman, Pong and Space Invaders Now for Free!

Gizmo's Freeware: Play a Combination of Donkey Kong, Pacman, Pong and Space Invaders Now for Free!

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Play a Combination of Donkey Kong, Pacman, Pong and Space Invaders Now for Free!

Posted: 26 May 2015 03:28 AM PDT



If you remember the 1980s, you probably played games such as Space Invaders, Donkey Kong, Pong and Pacman. And you've probably wondered about whether there are any decent versions that can be played on a modern PC.

But I'm willing to bet that you've never asked yourself whether there's a single game which combines all of them.

Pacman game windowWell, here's the good news. If you've just started wondering whether such a thing exists, the answer is that it does. And it's free. And it's actually quite good fun to play …  Read More

Monday, May 25, 2015

Gizmo's Freeware: Security Attack Called Logjam makes Browsers Vulnerable. Is Yours?

Gizmo's Freeware: Security Attack Called Logjam makes Browsers Vulnerable. Is Yours?

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Security Attack Called Logjam makes Browsers Vulnerable. Is Yours?

Posted: 25 May 2015 01:55 AM PDT



A security hole in many major browsers called "logjam" is being reported. The attack makes use of a weakness in a cryptographic algorithm used to make connections secure. If you go to the site reporting the exploit, it will tell you if your browser is vulnerable to the attack. 

Browsers are supposedly preparing updates but as of this writing I found my Windows browsers Chrome version 43.0.2357.65 m (64-bit) and Firefox version 38.0.1 to be vulnerable. Both claim to be up to date. My iPad Safari browser and my Android 5.0 browser were also rated vulnerable. Internet Explorer update version 11.0.19 was rated as not vulnerable. You really should test your browser … Read More