Friday, April 30, 2010

Infected by this virus. "msrtclient.exe"

Just friendly sharing about virus information!

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Hi All

One of my friend office infected by this virus. "msrtclient.exe". That was so worst, need some powerful removal tools. Take care ! Don't open any double extension. eg. jpg.zip
Actually, attack to local host file.

Scan with this tools first: http://www.simplysup.com/tremover/download.html

After that fix your local host file with this tool

host file fix tools @ Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/972034

For detail tech info, surf and read there
http://www.internetinspiration.co.uk/hosts.htm

Cheer !

ေတာ္ေတာ္ေလးကုိ ဆုိးဆုိးရြားရြား ကုိက္တာပါ။

တစ္ကယ္လုိ႔မ်ား ကုိက္ခံရၿပီဆုိရင္

http://www.mediafire.com/?wiyomrxzjmj

ဒီ ISO file ကုိ Download လုပ္ၿပီး၊ Image Burn နဲ႔ CD Burn ပါ
ၿပီးရင္ အဲ့ဒီ CD နဲ႔ Computer ကုိ Boot လုပ္ၿပီး Virus စစ္ပါ။

You can download your Image Burn Soft here
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Credit goes to 'whoami'

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Monday, April 19, 2010

Australia Scholarship for learners

Just Sharing which I got it as forwarded mail in my mail box
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Dear colleagues

We are pleased to advise you that, as foreshadowed by the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Stephen Smith in his statement to the Australian Parliament on 8 February this year, applicants from Myanmar can now apply for scholarships to study in Australia. We invite you to share this information with your colleagues and key contacts. Attached is an advertisement for these scholarships.

The Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) Scholarships is one of the scholarship programs under the Australia Awards initiative which was launched by Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in November 2009. The Scholarships are offered to high achievers from the region to undertake postgraduate study in Australia, at Masters and Doctorate levels.In Myanmar, priority will be given to study programs addressing the following areas: health, water and sanitation, rural development and food security, basic education, protection of vulnerable populations, economic growth, gender, disability or environment.

Applications for ALA scholarships commencing in the 2011 academic year close on June 30. More information on these scholarships can be found at the following website: www.ausaid.gov. au/scholar/ ala.cfm

Email queries about these scholarships should be sent to ala@ausaid.gov. au

Regards

Shaanti Sekhon
First Secretary (Humanitarian Assistance Coordinator)
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
Australian Embassy
88 Strand Road Yangon, Myanmar
Phone:+95 (0) 1 251810 ext 204 I Fax: +95 (0) 1 246159 I Mobile: +95 (0) 95022347
Email: shaanti.sekhon@ dfat.gov. au
Web: www.ausaid.gov. au

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Monday, April 12, 2010

I miss SM Tours's Donation Days During Thingyan

I am currently working in Singapore as Web Developer at SSPEC Consultants Pte Ltd.
This week is Myanmar New Year and Thingyan Festival Period.
Around 6 or 7 places in Singapore, our myanmar people who working or residing here also celebrate myanmar thingyan festival here mostly weekends. I never been to join and celebrate with them together here. I only miss SM Tours's Donation Days During Thingyan.



(SM Tours used to treat mont-lone-yepaw, mont-hin-gar and kyar-zan-chet as studithar donation every year)
How about this year's plan? (I cannot know it)

Thingyan Festival is not only one of our festivals but also most enjoyable and incredible experience on those days. I have been to post a lot about our festivals here: and here(in Myanmar)

Last week, I got Padauk Flower's smell near my home (Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3) so fresh my mind and miserable. I wanna sleep with that flower's nice smell than world famous perfumes. Hummh I also miss my home from Myanmar.
Missing missing missing......

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