How to Remove Windows 10 Icon

Windows 10

Windows 10 will be available on July 29th. What’s even better, it will be free for Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 Users. However, while the option of a free upgrade may sound fantastic, the icon that appears in your taskbar every time you start your computer inviting you to register for Windows 10 is really annoying. Plus, even if you decide to sign up, the icon doesn’t go away thankfully, there are a few ways to remove it.

1.Uninstall the update KB3035583

First, go to Control Panel from windows start menu. Click Programs, It’s under options select View Installed updates.

Use the search box in the top right corner of the window to find KB3035583, This is the name of the update you want to remove.

Once you’ve got this update displayed, click on it with the right mouse button and then click Uninstall.

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Reaver Pro II Review

Reaver Pro

Firstly I would like to say a big thank you to Terry Dunlap and the team at Reaver Systems for sending me the Reaver Pro II for review, I really appreciate it.

What is Reaver Pro ?
Reaver Pro is a standalone hardware device. Simply turn it on, select your target, and walk away. Cracking WPS Pins has never been easier!

What you Pay for ?
• Reaver Pro II System
• Omni-directional 5dBi antenna
• 12V DC power supply
• Quick start guide

What do you get?
• Simple attack platform
• Easy-to-use graphical user interface
• Fast pin retrieval
• OpenWRT compatible

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Check Your System for SSL Vulnerabilities


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Surf Easy – Plugin Privacy Key


With all of the issues surrounding online privacy and internet surveillance programs many people are very concerned about what’s happening with their personal information and whether or not its been reviewed, logged, scanned or even stored away for sale by third party companies who are tracking what we do on the internet. This has become a very hot topic in recent months with all the revelations from former CIA employee Edward Snowden.

That’s why a Canadian based company called Surf Easy has designed a product that can help you relax and enjoy the internet without worrying about people spying on you.

The SurfEasy is a small USB key that contains a version of Firefox mobile on it. This version of the Mozilla browser has been modified to work with SurfEasy’s servers so that any time you run the executable (or open the app on a Mac) you are directly connecting to the SurfEasy proxy network. This is very similar to the way that the Tor Bundle (or Vidalia) works in that opening the application performs the connection and opens a preconfigured browser optimized for use on that network.

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