Monday, May 21, 2012

Connecting to ur computer through ssh and No-IP form mobile or computer

Normally we use ssh for connecting to ur system over internet form other computer or mobile.When using ssh we will be having the ip address of the computer to which we need to connect .we set up a ssh server and we will be able to connect to this server using the ip to get a prompt to use.The main problem when u connect ur computer over internet is the dynamic ip problem.that is when the connection at ur computer is lost and reconnected u get another ip address and u don't know that one.


Using No-ip to get an static ip for the computer

Actually No-ip doesn't provide any static ip but binds our current ip to a host name so that when ever the ip is changed it automatically gets assigned to the host .thus by using the host name we a access the computer.

step1. Download the no-ip software form there site and install it-->>

step2.Make an account in the No-ip site and create a host name(which is free)

step3. now add the host name into the No-ip software in ur computer.First u need to use ur login id and password in the software then it will show ur host name .u can just select it.


Setting up ssh in windows

we can use freesshd for ssh services in windows.

  just download it from and install it.setup an ssh server.set the listen interface to all.and create a user account .with authorization "password stored as sha1"and give the password. and turn up the ssh server

its done now we can use putty to check whether its working or not ..In putty give the host name as host name u registered in no ip and connect

to connect from mobile putty is available for android and Symbian mobile putty we can give the host name and username which we have created.


Thursday, May 17, 2012

removing Recycler virus

the recycler virus particularly come from pendrives,ipods,mp3 players etc.....which effects our folder's hidden and read only to remove this virus I've got a lengthy,yet a very effective process..

1>restart your PC in safe mode {by pressing the F8 key constantly when the PC is restarted}

2>then run an anti-spyware check...for MALWAREBYTES ANTIMALWARE [its free]

3>run a complete anti-virus scan

4>clean up your system registry by downloading-- REG SEEKER



Removing the Recycler.exe virus please follow the steps below…

Reboot your computer into Safe Mode, this is important as this is a memory resident virus. Do this by pressing F8 as the machine boots up and select safe mode from the DOS menu. Once in Safe Mode, press enter to stay in safe mode, you don't want to go to Recovery.

1. Open up windows explorer, Start>Programs>Accessories>Explorer

2. Go to (In Vista press ALT to display menus) Tools>Folder Options>View>uncheck the items below: 1>display the contents of system folders

2>hide extensions for known file types

3>hide protected operating system files(Recommended) Leave the other items as they are.

3. Press Apply>OK.

4. Leaving windows explorer open,

navigate to the root of the C:\ drive and remove AUTORUN.INF and any files that end in *.CMD and *.BAT excepting for AUTORUN.BAT and COMMAND.COM which are legacy files you may or may not have. Now go to C:\Recycler and remove anything located in the folders that look like recycle bins, if you are on a network there will be more than one.

5. Delete all instances of the virus on your disk. There are two or three variants of this virus, some put a file in the windows directory named SVHOSTE which is a hidden file - search for this and delete it.


6. Remove from Registry. Open Registry Editor.

Click Start>Run, type REGEDIT, then press Enter. In the left panel,

double-click the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE>Microsoft>Active Setup>Installed Components

In the left panel, locate and delete the key: {08B0E5C0-4FCB-11CF-AAX5-90401C608512} Close REGEDIT and click on Start>Run or on Vista just type in the search box MSCONFIG and press enter.

Click the startup tab and uncheck any misspelt entries such as Microssoft and Norrton, also take into account the command of this startup entry, navigate to where these files are located and delete them from your disk. Format any memory sticks you have used with this machine by going into explorer, right click on the disk and clicking format. Once Formatted reboot your virus free machine.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Tweak Windows Explorer to make the command window always available

The default behavior for Windows Explorer in Windows 7 and Vista is to display a context menu when you right-click a folder (Figure A). If you hold the Shift key down and right-click a folder, you will get more menu options on the list (Figure B).

Figure A

Context Menu

Figure B

Shifted Context Menu

This behavior is all well and good, but what if you want to have access to the Open Command Window Here command with just a right-click versus the Shift-right-click it requires by default? The answer involves a Windows Registry file edit.

Registry edit

Standard disclaimer: The Windows Registry File is vitally important to the proper operation of the Windows operating system. Please back up the file before you make any registry edits.

In Windows 7, click on the Start button and type regedit in the search box. Click on the regedit.exe file in the list of items and answer the UAC prompt. Once in the registry editor (Figure C), navigate to this key:


Figure C

Registry editor

In the right-hand pane, right-click the Extended key to rename it to anything besides Extended (Figure D). Or you can simply delete the key, but doing so will make it more difficult to return to the default settings. This change adds the feature to drive icons in Windows Explorer.

Figure D

The Extended key

To add the Open Command Window Here feature to folders displayed in Windows Explorer, navigate to this key in the registry editor:


Once again, in the right-hand pane, right-click the Extended key (Figure E) and change the name or delete it completely if you are so inclined.

Figure E

An alternate access to the Extended key

Close the registry editor, and from now on, when you right-click a drive or a folder from within Windows Explorer you will see Open Command Window Here as one of your available options (Figure G).

Figure G

The now-available Open Command Window Here option