Jun 23, 2011

Google Safe Browsing

Google Safe Browsing What if you visit a site for the first time and it gives you a virus, or visit the web site infected with malware? Will you visit them back?

Google has been running the Safe Browsing program for its users. Google Safe Browsing is provided by Google to allow users to check, and also warn the user before clicking on links that lead to malware-infected pages. If Google tried to crawl a website that gives loads of malware, then the site will be marked as a dangerous site. Google uses automatic algorithms to compile a list of sites that may be dangerous. Google Safe Browsing is now part of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox to protect its users from malware. Google Safe Browsing is a good idea, and significantly beneficial for everyone, but it still requires the continuity of improvement.

Check your site, as this can help you find malware, malicious software, Trojans, etc. on your site that you may never know. Have you check your site with Google Safe Browsing? Try the following tool, by entering your blog address in the box:

Jun 15, 2011

#Philips 192E 18.5" HD LCD Monitor

Philips 192E 18.5 HD LCD Monitor I did a lot of blogging activity at home. To support this activity, I had to find a monitor that fit my needs. I am not a fan of a lot of pixels on the screen, so I guess the LCD monitor is quite suitable for my needs and also to replace my old CRT monitor.

I recently bought this monitor in June 10, 2011 and I am very happy with it:

Philips - Home LCD monitor with Touch Control 18.5" (47 cm) E-line HD - 192E2SB/70

Philips - Home LCD monitor with Touch Control 18.5 (47 cm) E-line HD - 192E2SB/70

A high-definition monitors that are designed to provide a broad pictures quality of high definition pictures, and fully support for HD sources. This HD Monitor offers progressive pictures quality, in accordance with the standards for HD screen that displays a high resolution. Available in two universal joints, through analog VGA or DVI digital connection. It has the optimum resolution of 1366 x 768 @ 60 Hz. It has a fast response time and has been a good monitor for me.

Indeed, I've been looking for a bigger monitor than my old 17" CRT monitor for the convenience of my eyes while watching from a bit far distance. I've been searching and do not realize that it is bigger. So far, it works well. The picture was bright, sharp and admirable.