29 April 2010

Selesai Sudah Induksi Umum

Salam wbt,
Syukur Alhamdulillah selesai sudah Induksi Umum 18 April - 27 April  dengan jayanya. Jayanya pada diri aku sendiri.

Seterusnya Team Building 29 April - 1 Mei 2010

07 April 2010


Salam wbt.
Tiada apa nak aku sampaikan cuma lafaz rindu yang tidak terhingga.
Al-Fatihah buat adik aku Reduan semoga ditempatkan dikalangan orang-orang yang beriman.

Exam Undang-undang

Salam wbt,
5 hari lagi!! apa dia? Peperiksaan Undang-undang Kerajaan. Kertas ni aku wajib lulus untuk dapatkan "confirmation". Maklumat dari abang-abang dan kakak-kakak yang pernah lalui. Senang jer, semak tajuk, tandakan dan latih menulis. Sebab apa? sebab peperiksaan ni adalah "open book exam", jadi berlatih nak buka "page" dan menulis.
Insyaallah boleh lulus. Amin.

05 April 2010

blog Jual barang

Salam wbt,
Alhamdullilah, aku selamat kembali ke Nilai. Selepas 4 hari bercuti balik ke kampung halaman aku di Simpang Renggam, Johor. Hari ini aku mengambil keputusan untuk bercuti atas sebab sangat keletihan menunggang motorsikal 4 jam dari Johor ke Nilai.
Selepas siap mengemas dan sebagainya, aku cuba untuk menyiapkan sebuah blog lagi iaitu link kepada blog utama aku.

Jadi sila lah tengok-tengok mana tahu ada barang yang berkenan.

03 April 2010


Salam wbt.

Alhamdulillah syukur pada Allah SWT, selamat sampai jua aku di kampung halaman aku. Penat dan lelah menunggang motosikal kesayangan aku tak terasa pun apabila telah aku peluk dan cium wajah-wajah insan yang aku sayang.

Perjalanan yang memakan masa 3 jam setengah sedikit pun tak buat aku merasa bebannya,  baru 2 jam sampai tiba-tiba suara mak berkata jom kita balik rumah nenek, pergi rumah Eyah(adik ke-4 aku yang sudah berumah tangga). Semakin bersemangat aku dibuatnya, lagi-lagi mahu berjumpa dengan satu-satunya anak buah aku, anis.

Mesti anis sudah pandai bercakap, dengan gaya dan telatahnya sendiri.

01 April 2010

Champions League - Mourinho's Inter beat CSKA

Jose Mourinho's Internazionale take a slender 1-0 advantage into their Champions League quarter-final return leg at CSKA Moscow thanks to a Diego Milito strike.

The Argentine's low driven shot on the hour mark proved the only reward for Inter's dominance at the Giuseppe Meazza in Milan.
Mourinho's men were the better outfit throughout, only the form of CSKA keeper Igor Akinfeev and a stunning goalline clearance by Sergei Ignashevich keeping the margin of defeat down to one.
A cagey opening 45 minutes saw Inter enjoy the majority of possession, with the one chance of note falling to the stand-out player from the Serie A side's victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge - Wesley Sneijder.
Having combined well with Goran Pandev and Milito, the Dutch midfielder found space behind the CSKA defence but could only snatch at his shot, Akinfeev watching the ball drift harmlessly wide.
Sneijder, disappointing in the first half, was on the receiving end of a number of strong challenges from CSKA's midfield which saw him attended to by the physio.
The well-marshalled visiting defence reduced Inter to shooting from distance, the Italian champions struggling to test Akinfeev.

The second half started much the same, with Inter dominating possession and CSKA looking to play on the counter.
Just before the hour mark, a top Inter passing move saw Esteban Cambiasso slip a ball through to Dejan Stankovic, but he could not get the ball out from under his feet and hit a weak shot straight at the keeper.
In the frantic moments that followed Akinfeev made a fabulous pair of saves. First the Russian keeper got a strong hand to Pandev's drive from 16 yards, then seconds later he smothered Samuel Eto'o's near-post effort after the striker feinted his way past three defenders.
However, Akinfeev could do nothing about Inter's opening goal. Sneijder drove forward and played a ball to Milito, who shifted it out of his feet and drilled a well-placed shot into the bottom left of the CSKA goal from just outside the area.
Minutes later Pandev thought he had made it two when he skipped past Akinfeev and watched his shot head for goal; however Ignashevich flew back to perform an implausible goalline clearance with his knee.
In the last 15 minutes Akinfeev again kept CSKA in the tie, finding a string of reaction saves as Inter peppered his goal with shots.

CSKA had two half-chances to equalise but could not find a way to test Julio Cesar in the Inter goal: first Walter Samuel cleared after a corner bounced dangerously inside the box then Cesar did well to gather after Tomas Necid sprung the offside trap.
CSKA will be happy enough with a 1-0 loss from a game dominated by Inter from start to finish, while Mourinho now faces a difficult task on the artificial surface in Moscow.
Jamie Nazareth / Eurosport

Champions League - Barcelona held after Arsenal fight back

Arsenal fought back from two goals down to restrict holders Barcelona to a barnstorming 2-2 draw in their Champions League quarter-final first leg at the Emirates.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's brace gave the visitors a deserved two-goal cushion before the hour mark, but the introduction of Theo Walcott gave Arsenal a new dynamism and goals from the England forward and Cesc Fabregas saw the hosts claim parity on the night.
Barcelona take the away-goals advantage into the second leg, although they will be without captain Carles Puyol - who was sent off for a foul on Fabregas that allowed him the chance to score his goal from the penalty spot - and fellow centre-half Gerard Pique, who is also banned after receiving a yellow card for fouling the same player.
Fabregas himself will also miss the return tie at his boyhood club after picking up a third booking in the competition, although it is doubtful he would have been able to play anyway after ending the match limping around the field injured with the Gunners having used all three substitutes.
Indeed, it was a poor night for the Premier League challengers on the fitness front, with William Gallas and Andrei Arshavin both taken off in the first half. The Frenchman's season is thought to be over due to a calf strain, although Arsene Wenger said afterwards he should make the World Cup.
Their replacements, initially wowed by the free-flowing Catalans, more than impressed with their fightback although the injury to Gallas was key as midfielder Alexandre Song - forced to move to centre-half - lost Ibrahimovic for both goals.
But the Gunners showed great resolve to draw level and by the end they were all over the visitors, reduced to 10 men and reliant on calm goalkeeping from Victor Valdes.
Much had been made of Ibrahimovic’s failure to shine in the Champions League, particularly against English opposition, but he answered the doubters with a superb salvo early in the second half, having looked a touch nervous in the opening 45 minutes.
A similar level of hype accompanied the threat of Lionel Messi, but the Argentine - widely regarded as the best player in the world - was anonymous in one of his worst performances for the Blaugrana in recent memory.
Ibrahimovic’s finishes were majestic: the first, 25 seconds into the second half, was a delicate lob from an angle over the onrushing Manuel Almunia, while the second on the hour was blasted into the roof of the net after Arsenal’s defence parted for the Swede.
Pep Guardiola’s side dominated the opening exchanges, racking up 12 efforts and a possession ratio of 70-30 in the first half hour, with Arsenal restricted to a sole shot when Samir Nasri sent a curler just wide of the far post.
The Gunners stayed in it thanks to some poor shooting from Ibrahimovic and an inspired first-half performance from Spanish goalkeeper Almunia.
Almunia, who has expressed an interest in playing for England after nearly six years in the country, made a series of top-class stops including one remarkable triple save to deny Ibrahimovic, Xavi and Messi.
Arsenal largely shackled Messi, and in the latter stages of the half Arsene Wenger’s side grew into the game and were a match for Barca, pressing higher up the pitch and going close on two occasions.
On 35 minutes, excellent wing-play by Nicklas Bendtner culminated in a brilliant cross for Abou Diaby, who beat Pique and Daniel Alves to the header only for the ball to bounce wide.
Two minutes later, the blushes of both Bendtner and Alves were spared by the linesman’s flag when the Brazil full-back missed Nasri’s cross and the Denmark striker first fired against Valdes before putting the rebound on the post.
Fabregas started despite carrying a knee problem and looked off the pace before, just before the break, he picked up a harsh booking for a challenge on Sergio Busquets that ruled him out of an emotional return leg to his hometown club.
Things went from bad to worse for the Gunners as, 23 seconds after the second-half restart, Song allowed Ibrahimovic to get between him and Thomas Vermaelen with Gael Clichy pulled wide, while Almunia was perhaps a little quick to race off his line to head off the danger.
Ibrahimovic, off form in recent months, spotted the half chance and lofted an inch-perfect chip over the onrushing keeper that curved delicately inside the far post.
Arsenal were desperate for a goal and almost levelled when Bendtner powered a header on target after good work from Clichy on the left.
But Valdes was well-placed and Barca nearly got another on the counter as Xavi headed wide from close range after Alves exploited Clichy’s upfield position.
They bagged their second five minutes later when, after Clichy was pulled wide, Vermaelen was dragged away from goal by Messi and Ibrahimovic was given the freedom of the penalty area by the ball-watching Song.
His finish into the roof of the net was as emphatic as his first was deft and the match looked out of sight for the Gunners.
They battled gamely enough though and, soon after coming off the bench, Walcott raced away from Maxwell and rifled a low shot in off Valdes to give Arsenal hope.
Pressing higher up the pitch and right in the tiring visitors’ faces, Arsenal were cutting Barca apart and, after more good wide-play by Walcott, Bendtner cleverly nodded the ball down to Fabregas, who collided with Puyol to earn a penalty.
A bewildered Puyol was given his marching orders, and will miss the return, while fellow Catalan Fabregas rifled the spot-kick into the bottom left with five minutes left, his last act in the tie.
It effectively became 10-a-side when Fabregas pulled up while running back to the centre circle. He was barely mobile in the closing stages.
Arsenal still had the edge, with calm keeping by Valdes keeping them at bay, and a topsy-turvy first leg ended in a compelling draw that - while giving Barca the advantage - is finely balanced for the return a week on Wednesday.
Reda Maher / Eurosport

Find Out Which PC Games Are Vista Compatible

 Do you know that for games, there is no other PC operating system that offers as great a variety as an operating system released by Microsoft? Therefore Windows Vista from Microsoft is no exception. May be you will find some compatibility problems when operating games using Windows Vista despite promises by Microsoft for complete backward compatibility. Though you will not find any list of Windows Vista compatible games, there are ways to check if a specific game in which you are interested is compatible with Windows Vista and results to better PC Health.

Officially Compatible

Always remember that Microsoft Windows Vista is backward compatible with all other Microsoft Windows systems to Windows 95. If you are looking for a game that's likely to run flawlessly on Windows Vista, try to look for the "Certified for Windows Vista" logo or the "Works with Windows Vista logo." Both of them are official designations and guaranteed to work with Windows Vista. You will find that the certified logo denotes a product that was both designed and tested for Windows Vista, while the Works With logo identifies products that are Windows Vista compatible. You will see that not all games are put through these tests, so some without the logos will still work on Windows Vista.


Remember that you should always keep your drivers up to date when you are using Windows Vista. All those compatibility problems with games in Windows Vista can be fixed by installing the latest drivers or by applying the most current software patches. The very first step that you should take in dealing with any incompatibility problem is to see if you are up to date.


If you want get your games to work in Windows Vista, you may have to perform a few workarounds when running them. You will find that some issues with games will be unable to run in Windows Vista stem from the operation of Windows Vista's User Account Control (UAC) safety measure. If you need to grant permission for running software can sometimes pop up when a game is loading or operating. This can cause the game to malfunction while waiting for you to give it a permission to continue. By turning off UAC can solve this problem, but it will leave you without the safety measure in place.

If you find out that the game was designed and ran successfully in earlier Windows versions, then by running the file in compatibility mode solves many of the game's problems with Windows Vista. The compatibility mode will run the file as though it is being operated on an earlier version of Windows, back to Windows 95. It can also allow you to choose to run the game in only 256 colors or in 640 by 480 screen resolution, both requirements in earlier game designs. Remember that you can open the compatibility mode through the file properties settings by choosing the compatibility tab.

If your games are made for DOS operating systems, you will need to get a DOS emulator such as DOSBox. DOSBox emulator is freely available for download from their website listed in the reference section. It has been tested on Windows Vista therefore it will not affect your PC Health.

Use of Backup Tapes in Computer Forensics

The field of Computer Forensic work is very closely associated with data recovery from data storage media such as USB pens and hard disk drives. However there is a lot of information that is not stored on a data disk but is in fact stored on data tapes. In fact throughout the world the largest amount of data is stored on data tapes. Therefore is this kind of information and its storage facility any use to those in the computer forensic field?

Most of us are aware that the hard disk drive of a computer holds the most current information available as well as a variety of other forensically valuable data such as local temporary files and internet history records. So if you have the hard disk drive is there any reason to look at backup data tapes?

With computer forensic work there is often a background investigation conducted meaning that it is preferable that the less people that are involved is the choice to conduct the investigation. Where there is the ability to use data that is from a tape archive it is often a way to carry out an investigation more discretely and does not require that entire systems must be seized. When it is possible to locate data backup tapes this is an option to conduct an investigation or audit with the potential to do so without alerting those being investigated or audited.

With an audit for example the disruption spreads further than that business or person being audited and raises fear in others and being able to covertly carry out the data analysis, prior to any investigative results, reduces any stress or loss of morale of others who are not perhaps directly involved.

Data in local systems comes and goes and can often be replaced, especially where this is the intention of the business or person being investigated. Back up data information provides a snap-shot of a system or systems and therefore provides a historical record. Therefore if there is an attempt to remove information from a local system and that information was previously stored on a back up system then that information will be able to be recovered within the backup data tape.

Those who specialize in this form of investigation will work back through the backup data tapes and can therefore gain a greater insight into any system abuse or illegal behavior that may have taken place. Unless the person who is attempting to erase information has a great knowledge of the system and erasure techniques then the information that is being sought, if it in fact exists, should be located within the backup infrastructure.

Those conducting the investigation of the data must have knowledge of the backup infrastructure itself. There is likely to be a significant amount of information stored within backup tapes so knowledge of how to process this information to reduce the search time requirements is a key factor. This is especially important relating to cost factors as well as man-power and time to conduct any investigation or audit.

As an example, if there are 3000 tapes that require 3 hours each to read completely and you could use 10 systems with 80% operating time this would mean the required time to read the 3000 tapes would be approximately 50 days. This does not take into account the requirement to actually analyze and organize the data itself.

In these cases a pre-scanning system for the specific type of tape and system is required to reduce the actual time for identification of the data on each of the tapes. When this is effectively carried out the time can be reduced from 3 hours per tape down to approximately 15 minutes per tape. That therefore reduces the time period from 50 days to around 4 days for the reading of the data.

The point being that while the data tapes hold the information required a suitable system must be available to sort and categorize the information to eliminate irrelevant data and only leave those investigating the tapes the information that they require to complete a more thorough analysis of the relevant facts.

There are a great many factors in computer forensic analysis and there are no standard systems that will apply to all data tapes. A great understanding of the system and where the data may be stored is generally the first step in the investigation, after retrieval of the data tapes. This information is of course beneficial to those being investigated as well as those who wish to have some investigation completed. There is a great deal of information available about the abilities of computer forensics and if this is something that interests you it is suggested you yourself “dig a little deeper” into your particular angle of computer forensics.

by: Michiel Van Kets

Disaster recovery

Disaster recovery is the process, policies and procedures related to preparing for recovery or continuation of technology infrastructure critical to an organization after a natural or human-induced disaster.
Disaster recovery planning is a subset of a larger process known as business continuity planning and should include planning for resumption of applications, data, hardware, communications (such as networking) and other IT infrastructure. A business continuity plan (BCP) includes planning for non-IT related aspects such as key personnel, facilities, crisis communication and reputation protection, and should refer to the disaster recovery plan (DRP) for IT related infrastructure recovery / continuity. This article focuses on disaster recovery planning as related to IT infrastructure.
by : Wikipedia