Visual Basic: How to make a working progress bar for web browser.

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Great forum with some tutorials: Free file hosting 720p Tutorial. How to make a progress bar which shows a browser’s current progress. Code *Click on the WebBrowser1, click on Events, find ProgressChanged, double click and write: progressbar1.value = e.currentprogress Thanks For Watching!
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Deploy an InfoPath browser form template to SharePoint

Posted by: Admin  :  Category: Web Hosting Tutorials – In this InfoPath / SharePoint video tutorial you’ll learn: How to create a SharePoint form library and enable it to display InfoPath browser forms, how to check whether InfoPath Forms Services is correctly configured on SharePoint, how to create a browser-compatible InfoPath form template, and how to deploy an InfoPath browser form template to SharePoint. This video tutorial is based on InfoPath 2007, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0, and Forms Server 2007. InfoPath 2010 Cookbook: InfoPath 2010 Cookbook 2: InfoPath 2010 Cookbook 3:

MySQL Query Browser Tutorial

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This Tutorial teaches the basics of creating, populating, and altering tables using the MySQL Query Browser as well as provides the basics of PHP

Google Chrome Browser Cracked

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Vupen Security, a group specializing in vulnerability research, claims to have broken through the Google Chrome browser as well as the sandbox thus denting claims regarding the security of the browser. A video was recently released on Vupen’s website displaying the exploit from Google Chrome v11.0.696.65 using Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 (x64). The exploit is also effective on Google Chrome versions 11.x and 12.x

The Exploit

A user visiting the page is tricked into thinking they are at the correct web page that hosts the exploit which executes a variety of actions that end in downloading the Calculator from a remote location to externally launch it from Google Sandbox.

Technical Details

According to Vupen, the exact details of the breach including the code have not been publicly disclosed and will only be shared with their government customers to prove the effectiveness of their services. The exploit has been noted as one of the most sophisticated codes as it completely bypasses all security features such as ASLR/DEP/Sandbox.

Also, the vulnerability does not crash following the execution of the exploit and it relies on zero-day vulnerabilities found by Vupen Security while working within a Windows system. Chrome is said to be one of the most secure sandboxes in the industry. Vupen is the first to find a reliable method of executing code on a default installation regardless of the security measures.

Chrome Security Features

Chrome was developed with advanced security technologies like Safe Browsing, auto updates and sandboxing to protect its users from malicious activities. Therefore, the browser shows the user a warning message before they visit the website. Meanwhile, the sandbox feature adds protection by eliminating web pages that leave malicious programs on a local computer while monitoring web activities.

The Vupen Team

Furthermore, the software analyzes and patches known flaws and other vulnerabilities. The Vupen Security team is dedicated to uncovering new vulnerabilities across widely used software to assist vendors with the elimination of vulnerabilities resulting in an airtight software program. However, since Vupen is under contract with the vendor, they are never allowed to release the exact technical details found with the security exploit.

Although it was difficult, cracking the Google Chrome web browser will significantly help the company improve security to make it almost impossible for any hacker to develop an exploit. In this situation, Vupen has definitely done their job well by helping the largest search engine company in the world.

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Chrome: Google’s New Web Browser

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Google's new web browser: Chrome (beta)Google released the beta version of its new web browser today. It’s called Chrome and you can download it here. Learn more about it here and here.

Certain features look interesting, like dynamic tabs, incognito mode and crash control. The safety features also appear to be quite impressive.

I’m really interested in the safety features, so I conducted a quick test with Chrome. I visited a site that I know contains malware to see if Chrome would stop me from visiting the URL (malware programs are particularly dangerous because they can infect your computer by simply visiting a URL.) Chrome performed well. It prevented me from visiting the URL, and offered a detailed explanation of the threat.

I can also report that Chrome is lightning fast: the application opens in a flash and browsing is effortless. This is based on my quick and dirty test. Who knows: it may slow down over time.

Chrome is only available for Windows XP and Vista. I’m going to take it for a more thorough test drive on my Windows XP machine later. I can’t use it on my other machines since they run older versions of Windows.

If you decide to give it a try, feel free to post your comments here. Thanks!

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