Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Malware Attack

erkkkkk... blog kekawan blogger byk yg kena serang ngan MALWARE ATTACK.... ini membantutkan niat aku utk terjah - menerjah ke rmh kekawan semua... sampai bila erkkk... bosan plk bila x leh melepak spt biasa... emmm..... hrpnya lepas ni semua akn kembali normal... so aku leh terus btandang ke rmh ko org wlaupn tanpa jemputan rasmi... tp aku tau... ko org suka kan... btl x... hehehe...

krn serangan ini juga aku search kat internet apa itu MALWARE ATTACK... jom tgk... apa bendanya yg sedang myerang kita...

Malware, short for malicious software, is software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the owner’s informed consent. Software is considered malware based on the perceived intent of the creator rather than any particular features. Malware includes computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses, mostrootkits, spyware, dishonest adware, crimeware and other malicious and unwanted software. The release rate of malicious code and other unwanted programs are exceeding that of legitimate software applications, and as much malware are produced today than the previous 20 years altogether.

Malware’s most common pathway from criminals to users is through the Internet: primarily by e-mail and the World Wide Web. The best-known types of malware, viruses and worms, are known for the manner in which they spread, rather than any other particular behavior. The term computer virus is used for a program that has infected some executable software and that causes that software, when run, to spread the virus to other executable software. Viruses may also contain a payload that performs other actions, often malicious.

A worm, on the other hand, is a program that actively transmits itself over a network to infect other computers. The prevalence of malware as a vehicle for organized Internet crime, along with the general inability of traditional anti-malware protection platforms to protect against the continuous stream of unique and newly produced professional malware, has seen the adoption of a new mindset for individuals and businesses operating on the Internet – the acknowledgment that some sizable percentage of Internet customers will always be infected for some reason or other, and that they need to continue doing business with infected customers.

The result is a greater emphasis on back-office systems designed to spot fraudulent activities associated with advanced malware operating on customer’s computers. As malware attacks become more frequent, attention has begun to shift from viruses and spyware protection, to malware protection, and programs have been developed to specifically combat them.

Numbers To Live By

By Stacey Colino [Good Info For Us]

Understanding key numbers—BMI, blood-sugar level—can lead to better health.

Blood Pressure

Healthy number: Less than 120/80 mmHg.

Blood pressure refers to the force of blood against the walls of your arteries when your heart beats (systolic pressure, the top number) and during rests between beats (diastolic pressure, the bottom) and is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg). “The lower yours is, the better,” says Holly Thacker, M.D., director of the Center for Specialized Women’s Health at the Cleveland Clinic. High blood pressure, or hypertension, is 140/90 mmHg or higher. Hypertension is called “the silent killer” because it often has no symptoms and, left untreated, can lead to stroke, heart disease, kidney damage, and vision and memory problems. (If your top number is between 120 and 139 and the lower is between 80 and 89, you have prehypertension, which also carries risks.)
Related: 8 Health Shortcuts That Work

Have yours checked:
Every time you see a doctor, including an ob-gyn. To lower your numbers, consume a low-fat, low-sodium diet; exercise often; maintain a healthy weight; limit alcohol intake; don’t smoke; and manage stress. Your doctor may prescribe a diuretic to flush out excess sodium. If that and lifestyle changes don’t work, other medicines, like an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor, may be prescribed.

Blood Sugar

Healthy number:
A fasting blood-sugar level of 99 mg/dL or less.

A fasting blood-sugar test measures glucose (sugar) in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) of blood after you haven’t eaten for at least eight hours. A level of 126 mg/dL or higher indicates diabetes, a condition in which your body doesn’t produce enough insulin (which converts blood sugar into energy) or use insulin properly. Diabetes more than doubles your risk of heart disease and increases your chances of kidney disease, vision loss, and other health issues.
Related: 7 Ways to Protect Your Vision

Have yours checked: At age 45, then every three years after that. (Your doctor may test you earlier if you are overweight or have a family history of diabetes.) Some doctors also do a hemoglobin A1C test, which measures glycated hemoglobin (HbA1C), a substance in red blood cells that forms when glucose attaches to hemoglobin. This “gives a better picture of average blood sugar over the previous three months,” says Wendy S. Klein, an internist in Richmond, Virginia. An optimal A1C reading is less than 5.7 percent. To improve your blood-sugar numbers, shed any excess pounds.


Healthy number: Total cholesterol under 200 mg/dL; LDL cholesterol under 100 mg/dL. “The higher your cholesterol levels, the greater your risk of heart disease,” says Nieca Goldberg, M.D., director of the Langone Women’s Heart Center at New York University, in New York City. To minimize health risks, your total cholesterol should stay under 200 mg/dL (cholesterol is measured by milligrams of cholesterol per deciliter of blood). But it’s actually low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol—the “bad,” artery-clogging kind—that causes the damage. “Elevated LDL levels cause the formation of plaque in the artery walls,” explains Goldberg, which leads to atherosclerosis and an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. For most people, the optimal level of LDL is under 100 mg/dL (and under 70 mg/dL if you have diabetes or heart disease).
Related: Know Your Good Fats from Your Bad Fats

Have yours checked:
Starting at age 20 and older. “You should have a fasting blood test to measure total cholesterol and LDL, plus the other lipids, triglycerides, and HDL [high-density lipoprotein],” says Goldberg. “If the numbers are normal, you don’t have to recheck them for five years.” If the numbers are not where they should be, the best way to improve your cholesterol levels is to lose excess weight; exercise more often; stick with a diet that is low in cholesterol, saturated fat, and trans fats; and get your levels rechecked yearly. Even if you do all this, you may still need to take a cholesterol-lowering medication.

HDL Cholesterol

Healthy number: 50 mg/dL or higher. High-density lipoprotein, or HDL, is the “good” cholesterol, so the higher your number, the better your health. “HDL cholesterol helps remove harmful LDL cholesterol from arteries,” says Goldberg. An HDL level lower than 50 mg/dL is a heart-disease risk factor for women, while a level of 60 mg/dL or higher helps protect you from heart disease. The best ways to raise your HDL are to quit smoking; exercise; eat monounsaturated fats (olive oil is one source) instead of saturated and trans fats; and avoid having more than one alcoholic drink a day. When HDL is low and LDL is seriously high, cholesterol-lowering drugs, like statins, as well as niacin supplements can help.

Have yours checked:
See “Cholesterol.”


Healthy number:
Less than 150 mg/dL. Triglycerides are a type of fat in the blood, and elevated levels increase your risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Your triglyceride level (measured by milligrams of triglycerides per deciliter of blood, or mg /dL) is borderline high if it is between 150 and 199 mg /dL and high if it’s 200 mg /dL or higher.
Related: The Secret of a Better Workout

Have yours checked: Annually. It’s usually part of the same test used to gauge your cholesterol. People with a high level are often low in HDL cholesterol and vice versa. Research suggests elevated triglycerides may be a greater risk factor for heart disease in women than in men, though no one knows exactly why this is. Just consider it another good reason to get your level into the target zone. To do that, lose weight, quit smoking, consume no more than one alcoholic drink a day, and exercise regularly.


Healthy number: A thyroid-stimulating hormone level under 4.0 mIU/L. Produced by the pituitary gland, the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) directs the thyroid gland in your neck to secrete the hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Besides helping regulate your metabolism, body temperature, and heart rate, these hormones affect skin, hair, muscle strength, mood, and mental functioning. If your TSH level is high, above 4.5 mIU/L (or milli–international units of TSH per liter of blood), your thyroid isn’t producing enough hormones to help your body function efficiently.

Have yours checked: Starting at age 35. Hypothyroidism is a condition that is fairly common among women and can raise cholesterol and triglyceride levels and lead to heart problems and depression. If your TSH level is high, your doctor may prescribe a thyroid replacement medication. If it is normal, recheck it every five years.

Body Mass Index...keep reading Numbers to Live By

Monday, September 20, 2010

Kenangan Aidilfitri 2010

inginku bkongsi memori yg sempat dirakam utk aidilfitri tahun ni... bagi aku ia adalah kenangan yg terindah... syukur krn Allah melimpahkan rahmatNYA utk myatukan kembali keluargaku.... setlh sekian lama akhirnya saat indah ini tiba jua... byknya titisan air mata kelukaan seblm menitisnya air mata kegembiraan....

setiap kejadian ada rahmat yg tsembunyi... namun pgajaran yg diterima cukup jelas.... ikatan antara ayah dan anak2 mahu pun ibu dengan anak2 tlalu indah... sukar utk digambarkn dgn kata2... dan aku xnk lg melalut2 panjang lebar... ko org tgk aje la gambar2 yg ada nih...

hah ni gambar aldrian n cousin syahiid...

sebahagian keluarga Hj. Mansor....

anak2 pompuan Datuk S n cucu2 serta menantu...

duit raya... jgn lupa 50% utk mama k...

adik pun dpt ya... jeng... jenggg... jengggg... pakcik kayo la lps nih...

family kesayanganku...

timang tinggi2 smpi cucur atap... blum tumbuh gigi dh pandai baca kitab... btl ke lirik yg aku nyanyi nih...


aldrian ngn ayah ngah n cik ngoh...

fmly adik aku...

seriusnyer Datuk S.....

berat beb... ank aku tido...

alamak nk bwk adik g ane nih....

ini aje yg ada ye... x byk gambar.. tu pun nsb baik ada camera canggih ada bena... camera aku xde... nk kena bodek cik abang... belikan yg baru... biar la x secanggih cik bonsai.... asalkan better than now... hehehe....

20 Secret Household Cleaners You Already Own

By [info bguna utk dikongsi bsama...]

20 Secret Household Cleaners
20 Secret Household Cleaners

These 20 money-saving cleaning tips can help solve almost any household cleaning problem. Just shop your pantry for these secret cleaners to disinfect, polish and shine.

Eliminate Odors
Eliminate Odors with Coffee Grounds

Eliminate Odors

Try coffee grounds to keep your refrigerator smelling nice and fresh, just as you do with an open box of baking soda. Place them, new or used, in a bowl and remember to replace them every month or two.

Chill Out

Clean your Garbage Disposal with Ice
Clean your Garbage Disposal with Ice

Use ice to cleanse the blades in your garbage disposal and break up the grease that collects on the rotors. Every few weeks, toss in a handful of cubes, turn on the disposal and run cold water. Add some orange, lemon or lime peels to ward off odors.

Soften Grease with a Dryer Sheet
Soften Grease with a Dryer Sheet

Soften up Grease

Get baked-on foods off pots and pans with a dryer sheet. Just place one in a pot, fill with water and let sit overnight, then sponge off the next morning. The antistatic agent weakens the bond between the stuck-on food and the surface of the pan, while the fabric softener works its loosening magic.

Absorb Grime with a Newspaper
Absorb Grime with a Newspaper

Absorb Grime

Cover the bottom of your trash can with old newspapers. It's an easy way to keep clean and soaks up leaks and odors.

Gather Shards of Glass
Gather Shards of Glass
with Play-Doh

Gather Shards of Glass

Pick up tiny slivers of broken glass—the ones you don’t notice until you’ve stepped on them—by gently pressing a slice of bread or a piece of Play-Doh on the area. Be sure to wrap the glass up carefully before throwing it away—you don’t want an animal to eat it or a child to play with it.

Zap Bacteria in your Microwave
Zap Bacteria in your Microwave

Zap Bacteria

To keep bacteria from taking up permanent residence in your kitchen sponges, rinse them with water at the end of each day, squeeze, then put in the microwave for three minutes. Let cool before touching. Do the same with your cutting boards, if they are microwaveable.

Use Lemons to Clean your Microwave
Clean your Microwave with Lemons

Use Lemons to Clean your Microwave

Harness the power of citrus to clean your microwave: Cut a lemon in half, squeeze juice into a small bowl of water, add both lemon halves and place in the microwave for five minutes. The fresh scent eliminates cooking odors, and condensation from the steam loosens random splatters that have hardened. Wipe with a damp cloth.

Use Mouthwash as a Floor Cleaner
Use Mouthwash as a
Floor Cleaner

Use a Substitute Floor Cleaner

Try Listerine mouthwash if you’re out of floor cleaner. Add a capful to a gallon of water and mop vinyl or tile—but not wood—floors with the mixture. The same product that kills bad-breath germs also zaps the gunk beneath your feet.

Use Disinfecting Wipes
Use Disinfecting Wipes

Use Disinfecting Wipes

Grab a few disinfecting wipes to give faucets, sinks, tubs, toilet seats—you name it—an easy daily touch-up.

Pretreat your Tub
Pretreat your Tub

Pretreat your Bathtub

After going over your bathtub, sink or shower with disinfectant, wipe the area with baby oil or lemon oil. Do this once or twice a month, and it will help dirty water bead and roll down the drain faster, buying you more time before the next cleaning.

Clean your Toilet with Effervescent Tablets
Clean your Toilet with Effervescent Tablets

Scrubbing Bubbles

Freshen the toilet bowl with effervescent tablets (denture or antacid) in between scourings. Drop two in the water, let soak for at least 20 minutes, then brush and flush. A can of cola dumped in for one hour also does the trick. The phosphoric acid in the beverage removes rust rings and other mineral deposits.

Dust with a Dry Paintbrush
Dust with a Dry Paintbrush

Dust Tough-to-Clean Items with a Paintbrush

A dry paintbrush (with bristles at least 3 inches long) is great for both the surface and grooves of your collectibles. Dust framed photos with a pastry brush, which is softer than a paintbrush and easier to dip into corners and places that are difficult to reach.

Revive Canvases with Bread
Revive Canvases with White Bread

Revive Canvases with White Bread

Cut the crust off a piece of white bread, squish the bread into a doughy ball and use it to gently dab the surface of paintings (but not valuable or antique works). Once the ball is covered with dirt and grime, start again with a new slice. Use a pastry brush (or another soft-bristled brush) to clear off any crumbs.

Dust with a Dry Paintbrush
Dust with a Pair of
White Gloves

De-grime Shades

Take a hands-on approach to your mini blinds and venetians. Just slip on a pair of white cotton gloves, dip fingers into a solution of equal parts white vinegar and warm tap water, then run your fingers across both sides of each slat. Rinse gloves as necessary in a bowl of clean water.

Remove mud with a potato
Clean mud with a potato

Remove Mud with a Spud

Slice a potato in half and gently rub the cut end on a muddy slipcover or comforter. Soak the fabric in cool water, then throw it in your next load of laundry.

Keep Air Pure with Houseplants
Keep Air Pure with Houseplants

Go Green with Houseplants

Keep air pure with houseplants. Research from NASA and the Associated Landscape Contractors of America suggests that palms, English ivy, ferns, mums and similar plants remove up to 87 percent of indoor pollutants.

Use a lint brush to dust plants
Use a lint brush to dust plants

Freshen Foliage

Use a lint brush with disposable sheets to dust lamp shades and plant leaves.

Clean Vases with Dry Rice and Water
Use Dry Rice and Water to
Clean Vases

Shake it up

To wash a narrow vase, pour in 2 tablespoons of dry rice and ½ cup warm water, cover with the palm of your hand, shake vigorously, then rinse.

Shine up Brass with Ketchup
Shine up Brass with Ketchup

Raid the Fridge to Polish Brass

Shine brass using a dab of Worcestershire sauce or ketchup. Squeeze the condiment onto a cloth, rub the item, then rinse with water and dry with a towel.

Scour Scuffs with a Tennis Ball
Wipe up Scuffs with a
Tennis Ball

Scour Scuffs with a Tennis Ball

Use a new tennis ball to wipe scuff marks off tile, vinyl, woodwork—even painted walls. It won’t harm the surface.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Aldrian Yang Dah Berusia 5 Bulan...

hr ni saya dh genap 5 bulan...
pagi tadi saya dh terima suntikan imunisasi yang ke-5...
berat saya sekarang dah 8.67kg...
erkkkkk.... doktor cakap saya over weight...
:) tapi normal la bg baby yang fully breastfeed mcm saya...
tinggi saya sekarang 66cm...
ok la utk auntie2 di luar sn...
selamat bpuasa dan selamat myambut hari raya...
terima la senyuman saya yg paling manis erkkk....
senyum sokmo k ^_^

Friday, September 3, 2010

Sibukkah Aku... Atau Aku Hanya Buat2 Sibuk... Apa2 Aje La....

ada yg btanya... nape senyap aje smpi dh nk bsawang blog aku ni hah... aku cuma leh jwb... bz ler... me kaseh sbb sudi gaks mjengah blog aku ni hah wlaupn dh tau xde sebarang cite yg thangat di pasaran... nk buat mcm mn.... sejak aldrian nk masuk 5 bulan nih.... dia mula bikin aku pening... maunya x pening klu xnk tido... nak suruh org dukung dia... mak aiii... klu kecik leh gaks aku layan.. tp beratnya kussss semangat....

xde yg menarik utk aku kongsikn ngn ko org melainkn rutin seharian yg harus aku lakukan... nk bkongsi resepi pun asyik menu ulang tayang.... yg mudah n cepat... sesuai ngn title aku... mama yg ada anak kecik... kdg2 aku tpaksa heret skali aldrian ke dapur... nk buat mcm mn... klu x nmpk muka aku... kejenya melalak jerk la... sampai along n papa pun rimas... aku ni plk dh slim moling giler [guna pkataan slim supaya leh disamakn mcm supermodel padahal kurus kedengking... hehehe]... kejap blari ke atas... kejap sambung wak keje kat bwh... mak aiii.... klu msk lumba lari 100 meter... ada chance utk aku menang agaknya... hehehe....

ada peluang sempat gaks mjengah rmh kwn2 blogger yg ln [maaf ler kdg2 x sempat nk tgglkn jejak pun... dh baca tpksa ucap sayonara cepat2... byk rmh nk kena pi... klu lama2 aldrian xkn bg chance kat aku]... fulamak meriah sggh rmh kekwn... cookies sana sini... haku plk.... srry x sempat nk mengkukis pun.... niat tu ada nk buat... tp memandangkn ummy aku n mak mertua jual biskut raya.... so keje aku.... mintak cookies tunjuk jerk la [tp kepuasan ht tu x dpt ler... klu buat sdiri msti ada rs trillernyer :)]... tunjuk yg tu... tunjuk yg nih.... msk plastik... bwk blk rmh... hehehe....

baju ank2 aku dh packing utk blk raya... baju aku n hubby br hr ni nk tgk2... mn yg kena bwk blk... thn ni aku akan bhari raya kat kg aku... insyaAllah hr selasa mlm aku sekeluarga akan berangkat blk ke DUNGUN... hrp2nya ms tu x jammed lg... so n3 selepas ni mungkin bkisar pd raya nnt jerk... itu pun klu rajin... ^-^

Benarkah Penantian Itu Suatu Penyeksaan????

emmm... benarkah begitu... nampaknya aku tpaksa bersetuju...
mana abang posman nih...
bila agaknya nk datang...
time aku g ambik anak dia dtg ssh ler...
x pasal2 plk kena pick up sendiri kat post office...
dh la bg keje last minute...
klu x siap...
jgn mare ya...
hari raya kita kena bmaaf-maafan...
tp krn mu cik bonsai....
aku tpaksa menunggu walaupun aku tau...
seksanya penantian ini...
klu x krn bell rosak...
xde la aku duk mgadap pagar rmh cam gini....
alahai abang posman...
datang la cepat...
cepat jg aku leh mulakn keje...
i'm still waiting...