Recently I was by annoyed by a sound from a male that speaks “Congratulations, you won”, which kinda freaked me out when I am alone in midnight. The sound is automatically played every few minutes. Amazingly, I can even hear the sound when my Mac is idling in login screen.
A letter from Steve Jobs released on Wednesday evening: To the Apple Board of Directors and the Apple Community:
I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.
The problem, in most cases, is not caused by error in your codes, it’s more likely a mistake of misplaced Java files. I encountered this problem when I run a Java file using Eclipse for the first time. Previously I was using jCreator to do my Java programming, so I am not used to project-based IDE like Eclipse.
Nowadays a person does not need to be a security expert to hack into your devices or hijack your session, because there are such programs made available for those “hackers”. For example, few months ago there was one popular tool called FireSheep that runs in Mozilla Firefox as a plug-in, it can automate session hijacking attacks over unsecured Wi-Fi networks, allowing anyone to hijack other users in a public network. Although Facebook and Twitter have already patched the vulnerability, the tool still can be used in other websites.
Two undeletable files appeared on my desktop last week, no matter how hard I try to delete/copy/move them away, it can’t seems to work. After searching online, I found the way to delete them. I am going to rewrite the steps here, in simpler step-by-step guide, how you can delete those files.