Saturday, September 15, 2012

AVG Internet Security 2013 13.0.2667 Multilingual (32 & 64 bit) + Keys

AVG Internet Security 2013 13.0.2667 Multilingual (x86/x64) | 137/124 Mb

Complete protection for everything you do! With AVG Internet Security, our most advanced protection, you get a worry-free online experience every time. This award-winning product gives you unbeatable Internet security by protecting against viruses, spyware, hackers, spam and malicious websites. AVG Internet Security is a reliable and easy-to-use solution for home and small office users which is trusted by millions of users worldwide.

AVG Internet Security's multiple layers of protection mean you don't have to worry about identity theft, spam or viruses. And it'll even prevent you from accidentally visiting harmful sites. It's faster, smarter security that won't slow your computer down. With AVG Internet Security you also have access for the first time to AVG Identity Theft Recovery Unit that will help you get your life back in order if you ever become a victim of identity theft – online or offline. Unique Internet security thanks to new technology - Only AVG gives you real-time protection against malicious websites thanks to our new LinkScanner technology.

• Safely bank and shop online without fear of identity theft thanks to AVG's new Identity Protection technology
• Surf, and search with confidence, with LinkScanner® checking web pages at the only time that matters - right before you click that link

Additionally, Internet Security 9.0 pulls together elements of AVG’s firewall, identity protection, and anti-virus signature detection capabilities to deliver the most accurate detection of new and unknown threats. This enhanced protection level makes use of cutting-edge technologies like application white-listing and “in-the-cloud” automated testing for tell-tale signs that indicate the presence of a new threat.

When you install AVG Internet Security, every one of these features is fully-functional - there's no need to do a thing.

Banking and shopping online

• AVG Identity Protection - Keeps your private information safe from known and unknown threats
• NEW Enhanced Firewall - Prevents hackers from seeing inside your computer

Surfing and searching the web, social networking

• LinkScanner® Active Surf-Shield - Ensures every web page you visit is safe – even before you go there
• LinkScanner® Search-Shield - Applies safety ratings to your Google, Bing/MSN and Yahoo search results
• NEW Superior Phishing Protection - Checks to make sure web pages really are what they appear to be

Emailing, chatting, and downloading

NEW Enhanced Anti-Spam - Blocks spammers and scammers from clogging your system
Web Shield - Lets you download and exchange files without risking virus infections
E-mail Scanner - Keeps you safe from dangerous attachments and links in your e-mail

Whether you’re online or offline

• Anti-Virus - Makes sure you can’t get or spread a virus, worm, or Trojan horse
• Anti-Spyware - Prevents unauthorized information access by spyware and adware
• Anti-Rootkit - Ensures even the toughest and most sophisticated threats are kept out of your PC
• Game Mode - Keeps you safe without interrupting your Game-play
• Update Manager - Makes sure you’re always protected against the latest threats – automatically
• System Tools - Lets you customize how AVG protection works with your system

• installation

Step 1: Run the setup

Step 2: Use the given key  to activate  

Step 3: Enjoy




























Get the two updated icon themes of Malys77

With many great artworks, mostly GTK themes and icon themes, Johny Malys is one of the most prolific artists on Gnome-look. 2 days ago, Malys just updated two icon themes, Uniblue and Uniblack, both themes already have very high rating scores.

Here are the preview screenshots of these 2 great icon themes:

malys uniblue icon theme
Malys Uniblue

malys uniblack icon theme
Malys Uniblack

You can download Malys Uniblue icon theme here and Malys Uniblack here

If you are using Ubuntu or any other Ubuntu-based distro, you can install these themes from PPA. To install Uniblue, just open the terminal and run the following commands:
 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/icons  
 sudo apt-get update  
 sudo apt-get install malys-uniblue  

For Malys Uniblack, the commands will be:
 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/icons  
 sudo apt-get update  
 sudo apt-get install malys-uniblack  

Google Earth Review

Building a software that can catalog an entire planet is not a feat for everyone, and if there is someone out there who is up for the task, then Google is surely the only company capable to do it.

Sure, many have tried to encompass the entire Earth in a single application in the past, but the sheer size of the software would have made this task almost impossible. More importantly, whatever software someone would use, such as an Encyclopedia, it would never cover places that had no special significance.

Many of us are now used with Google Earth, but we must keep in mind that back in 2005, when it was first launched, it made a big impact. Its arrival was made possible by the advent of high-speed Internet which permitted the fast streaming of images.

We have to give credit where it's due. Google did not built this from scratch, but bought a company in 2004, called Keyhole Inc., which at that time was developing a software called EarthViewer 3D. The company was funded by non-others than the CIA.

How they managed to buy it with the approval of the government is beyond me; maybe CIA needed to expand the software and Google had enough money and man power to do this.


Depending on your operating system, you might have the Google Earth package in your repository. If not, Google provides packages for everyone, including Debian-based operating systems and Red Hat based ones. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported.

We've installed it in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) by downloading the Debian package from the official website. You will need a lot of dependencies so just run the following commands in a terminal, one by one, and everything should be just fine:

sudo dpkg -i google-earth-stable_current_i386.deb
sudo apt-get -f install

You should now have Google Earth installed and available from Unity or from your Application menu.


The number of features crammed in this software is amazing. It would take dozens of pages to go through all of them and in the end no one would understand much of it.

Let's start with the basics. Google Earth is a software that renders the surface of the planet (and more) with the help of satellite imagery, from a myriad of sources.

The software can be used as a simple map, searching for locations, plotting routes, and even zooming in at street level. I actually used it a couple of times to find remote interesting ski resorts and even found accommodation with it. It's very versatile and it estimates arrival time with great accuracy.

On top of this fundamental function, there are a lot of implemented layers. You can activate all of them or one at a time. Some are quite basic such as country borders, roads, gallery, photos (including the Panoramio service and 360Cities), 3D buildings (an amazing feature that is beautifully integrated with StreetView), Global Awareness, and many more.

Besides the obvious use, there are a lot of functions that are almost never used, and the average user has no idea that they exist. First off, there's the flight simulator, where users define a starting point and start flying over the landscape in a simple, but relatively correct, flight simulator. A joystick is required for precise flying, of course.

Another important function is the Sky Mode, where users can switch from viewing the Earth in the exactly opposite position, and start looking at the stars. The star charts are amazing and actual images are used to render the sky, including nebulae, galaxies and even star systems.

The planet Mars and the Moon are also available in great detail. All the high-res images NASA has taken over the years have been implemented in Google Earth so everyone can enjoy the landscape of other heavenly bodies in the way they truly look.

The Good

The obvious teaching capabilities of the software cannot be expressed in words. There are so many things that can be done with Google Earth, that it's almost impossible not to find use for it.

The streaming of images has improved greatly over the years and the application has managed to keep low hardware requirements.

Google has dedicated a lot of time and effort to this project and it shows. 3D buildings are added all the time, new sources for images are implemented on a regular basis, and they even managed to help government authorities to control a crisis like the one in Haiti by refreshing their images just a few days after the calamity.

The Bad

I have only one reproach and I'm pretty sure that it's a problem only present on the Linux platform, most probably on Ubuntu. I can't say that other distributions have this particular problem as I did not test it. Google Earth uses proprietary Microsoft fonts, but even with the appropriate package installed, the fonts are hard to read and they look terrible.


Google Earth is one the first apps I install on a fresh system, even if I don't have an immediate use for it.

The development of Google Earth has slowed down in the last couple of years and I sincerely hope that Google will continue to pour money into it for further development. It's an amazing project that should continue to exist for many years to come.

Lightweight Portable Security 1.3.6

Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) is a Linux live CD with a goal of allowing users to work on a computer without the risk of exposing their credentials and private data to malware, key loggers and other Internet-era ills. A minor maintenance update, version 1.3.6, was released yesterday: "Changes in Version 1.3.6 - maintenance release, released 14 September 2012: updated Firefox to 10.0.7 ESR; updated Firefox extension - HTTPS Everywhere 2.2.2; updated Firefox extension - NoScript 2.5.4; updated Thunderbird to 10.0.7 ESR (Deluxe only); updated Pidgin to 2.10.6 (Deluxe only); Flash not updated to (it crashes with YouTube); updated Java to 6u35; updated OpenSSH to 6.1p1; removed Firefox extension blocklisting, which generated spurious warnings; minor bookmark updates." See the complete changelog for further details. Download (MD5): LPS-1.3.6_public.iso (181MB), LPS-1.3.6_public_deluxe.iso (391MB).

Sabayon Linux 10

Fabio Erculiani has announced the release of Sabayon Linux 10, a Gentoo-based distribution with a choice of four desktop environments (GNOME 3, KDE, MATE and Xfce): "We're once again here to announce the immediate availability of Sabayon Linux 10 in all of its tier 1 flavours. If you really enjoyed Sabayon 9, this is just another step towards world domination. Linux Kernel 3.5.4 with BFQ iosched, GNOME 3.4.2, KDE 4.9 (4.9.1 available in a few days), Xfce 4.10 and LibreOffice 3.6 are just some of the things you will find inside the box. Gentoo hardened kernels, improved Rigo - a new way of browsing and installing applications, more ZFS integration work, Mesa 9 stack, Amazon EC2 support, Infinality FreeType patches, and much more." Read the rest of the release announcement for further information and screenshots. Quick links to download the KDE edition (please see the project's mirrors page and torrent tracker if you'd like to try any of the other three flavours): Sabayon_Linux_10_x86_K.iso (1,976MB, MD5, torrent), Sabayon_Linux_10_amd64_K.iso (2,128MB, MD5, torrent).