Well, I hate SPAMMERS who used my Facebook....e-mail, msn etc... to send their advertisements...so I think most of you also experienced these problems before...I think I should share this ways of prevention to you guys =)
HOW SPAM/HOAX MAILS OCCURRED?
1. You click on any link, any link, as long as it has the connection to the main person who created it. Depends on how, mostly stays at e-mails, Registration links, Facebook links, unregistered- ads etc...You won't know...
2. Once you "Accidentally" clicked on it , or don't even know it was clicked automatically, your e-mail will be automatically sent to the server of the spamming.
3. The the server recognize your e-mail and starts sending to everyone in the mail. And once your friends received it, and click on it, the process continues to spread....
AS SIMPLE AS THAT! LOL
WAYS TO PREVENT
1. Install an anti spam system
2. Don't left your yahoo, google, hotmail, or any mail servers on...example, one you sent a mail, direct log out! (To prevent spammers to steal your e-mail address and password in any given chance)
3. Change your password and security key of your e-mail or any accounts
4. Frequent check your cookies browser (Clean your internet cookies, browsing history )
Okay, i think this will at least reduce the spamming.
This was posted at Facebook, I might as well post it here:
I often relate memories to many things in life......I would like to share my story with all of you while I was studying at Australia.
One day my friend invited me to visit her room. And I was interested to one small old chocolate box. At first I taught I was a make-up box, and she opens and It appears to be a music box.She told me that this was her 14th birthday present from their parents and it was 3 years later her mother was diagnosed with cancer and she passed away. She recalls the music box as the gift from her mom and every time she opens and listens to it, she believe her mother was there for her. To me, I was touched to what she told me, the music box music was "Wild Child"-by Enya and it resembles her active social life and her time with her family....and I want to type this story as to thank her for sharing her stories to me.
A music box produces lovely sounds by the use of a set of pins placed on a revolving cylinder so as to pluck the tuned teeth of a steel comb...
The pins......represents your timeline... every time you go through your life, new pins appeared as you grow.The Cylinder is your memories... in a music box, you can repeat the process over and over again by just tuning it back and the cylinder will just turn itself again.And when the cylinder turns, the pins will then plucked and its like memories being repeated in your timeline. And this is where the moment comes.Where the music is powerful and it triggers the memories and the past events you have overcome and went through.
Memories can be sweet or bitter. But we often shed our tears of is the sweet memories. She told me "It's a great lost and I have experienced it, life is not as simple as you taught when you lost someone you really care. But what really matters is we continue to live and remember the love and care they once gave you. I miss her every day, but I am not alone, she has brought me to this world and have friends like you all and she is always in my heart forever".
And finally she ended her sentence with this "The future is yours to create and do bring along your memories along, off course, the past is what made you today". . I am lucky that I have a bunch of lovely friends and my beloved family to support me. So don't complain on what you are lacking, God has gave you life and everything in it, all you need is to appreciate it before it was too late.
I am very sorry about her great lost. But she was strong and she continues to live, together with the music box she carries. And she is never alone.This note is dedicated for you. And thank you for giving me this opportunity to write this note. She wishes not to be tagged into this note but she agrees and wanted me to post this at Facebook.
Yeap...those were the times when I celebrated mooncake festival at UCSI University, it was very memorable hahaha, there is one mooncake festival which I celebrated together with a friend's birthday too! ^^ Well, the past is like a memory now, lets just sit back, relax and enjoy the past.......i just don't know...but my tears suddenly flow out while I am smiling, well I am happy that I have a lot of awesome friends ^^ Once again, happy mooncake festival!
Mid-Autumn festival, my story, my experience, my memories ♥
Today is a special day to me.Since young...the colorful lanterns lights at night fascinates me. Thanks to my lovely dad, he always organized the big lantern gathering among me and my sister's friends. It was my primary years back then...(1996-2000)
(2000-2006)Memories back at the secondary school wasn't that memorable until the last 4 years, where we had mass lantern festival and one of the most fun is playing lanterns although tomorrow is the finals! (UEC)
(2007-2009)Then I continue my dad's legacy and brought the idea to UCSI University and every year, the group just got bigger and bigger.
This year 2010, it was my first time celebrating mid-autumn festival at Australia. Although being miles apart. But the moon is always there. Everyone, lets gaze on the moon together! Love you!
To all bloggers, plurkers, face-bookers, twitters, readers, family and friends.
The Moon / Moon cake Festival (also known as Mid-Autumn Festival) is one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture. It is held on the 15th of the eighth month in Chinese calendar. On this date, the moon is the brightest and the roundest in a year and farmers celebrate their last harvest season on this date. This year’s Moon Festival happens to be on Wednesday 22nd September, (which is tomorrow). *finger-crossed* to have a clear sky!
In Chinese tradition, family members will gather together on this night to have dinner then following a traditional dessert called “moon cake” with a cup of tea outdoor under the moonlight. Admiring the beautiful moonlight, with the magic of lanterns, family is there to appreciate their joy of happiness being as round and bright (“complete and prosperous” in Chinese meaning) as the moon.
It's my first time celebrating this festival here at Australia, and now it's spring over here...the moon cakes are way expensive! But still I don't want to spoil the celebration!~
To my friends who is with their families, be happy and spend just this day with your family together, it only comes once in a year.
To my friends who was away from home. Don't worry, celebrate with your friends together, have fun and enjoy the moment!
To my friends who was in relationship. Enjoy to the fullest. Both of you should get out and enjoy the night!
To my friends who are currently alone. The answer is you are not alone! The moon will accompany by your side. No matter where are you, everyone is gazing at the same moon =)
If the weather is bad (Hope it does not!). Just chill at your room and drink a hot cup of tea~ accompanied with moon cakes =)
Finally, I am trying to make use of YouTube as part of my assignment process. Here is the result, and this video could also act as my main menu to gain access to all other video's I've posted online! xD
Yeap, here, I discovered Skype was really powerful and it can actually held a large online conference call around the world. Now I understand why video was disabled while large callnig conference was held...
And so...here is the BEFORE
And here's the AFTER!!!
Well, cant' believe it will be so awesome! Anyways~ back to the assignments~ tata ^^
Spring to me, means the return of the wonderful season after a long winter season...it has been cold throughout the month since I arrived to Australia...
Since spring has arrived means September has also arrived! This month has a lot of events in it~ I have lotsa friend's birthday waiting on list....and then lotsa presentations....assignment due dates...reports...and yea...filming! Not to forget Hari Raya and Mid Autumn Festival~ and blueberry, mangoes and flowers waiting to be picked~ muahahaha!!
Well, this month gonna be a awesome month, and I hope to make the best out of it!