Monday, March 31, 2014

Twitter password is More Valuable than Credit Cards

Stolen Twitter accounts can now be more valuable to hackers , rather than credit card details . Access to social media accounts such as Twitter could be worth more with prices ranging from USD16 to more than USD325 . (see also: waptrick)

This is because social media can give you instructions on how to access other aspects of an online identity of the victim . " Social media and other credentials , including usernames and passwords , can often be used as an entry point for launching an attack on the victim's account in a number of other sites , " said Juniper Networks security expert , Michael Callahan , as reported by the Telegraph , Monday ( 31/3 / 2014 ) .

Callahan explained that a number of people tend to use the user name and password are the same , so if one account hacked then the hacker can gain more valuable information such as online banking account or e - commerce . For example , he said , if someone's account information on a website is stolen , criminals may be able to access information on the victims of 10 other sites .

" Theft of individual account information can be used as a ' weapon ' account outwit friends, family , and co-workers for additional financial gain , " he continued .
(see also: Situs download themes)

Therefore , he advised users internet service to use a different password on every site . At least if one accounts hacked , the hacker can not access all of the user's digital life . In addition , users are also advised to be wary of links sent by strangers via email .

source:http://www. okezone .com/

Friday, March 14, 2014

About Cikukua Little Bird

Meyer 's Friarbird
Philemon meyeri Salvadori , 1878

Cikukua © Dale A. Zimmerman dwarf
description (see also: obat burung)
Small ( 22 cm ) , dark brown - soot inconspicuous , with whitish tunggir . Half- length , tapered , slightly curved . More often heard than seen and the best identification is based on his voice . Note also the typical body shape and behavior cikukua .
Similar types : Suction - honey - brown chest , Sip - honey - streaked head and Sip - plain honey smaller and shorter beak . Cikukua horn much larger , more conspicuous . Sip honey - half - long leaner , much longer half-life .

Does not sound as loud or continuous as Cikukua larger horn . Chirp " o peet weet " or " wee to wee to wee to ... " loud , fast alternating between tones . Sounds " tyew " or " pee yur " single , loud , clear , wailing .
Not yet available sound recordings of birds taken in Indonesia

Distribution and Race
In P. Papua , except for the Bird's Head Region ( been recorded from Peg . Fakfak ) .

Place of Life and Habit
Found in forest and forest edge from sea level to an altitude of 500 m ( rarely up to 1000 m ) . Glad to fight in fruiting trees , but often inconspicuous, especially when foraging arthropods in the middle layer of the forest . Also feed on nectar . A voice from the highest perch in the canopy of the forest and forest edge . Less like clustered than other cikukua . (see also: vitamin burung)

IUCN Red List : Low Risk ( LC )
International trade : -
Protection : Law. 5/1990 , PP. 7/1999


Thursday, March 6, 2014

This is because Why Penguins Can not Fly

Penguin Lost Ability To Fly
Penguins lose their ability to fly millions of years ago , and now a new study explains why - the birds become lean and mean machine diving , flying trade for these skills .
(see also: pakan burung)

The study, published in the latest Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , showed that good fins can not fly very well .

" After the surrender penguins to fly , change the wing structure and overall body size and shape may be followed quickly because flying is no longer a constraint on the shape of her body , " said co - author Robert Ricklefs Discovery News .

" Note that the penguins are much more at risk of predation in the water than they are on land , and so there has been strong selection to make them swim and dive as efficiently as possible , " added Ricklefs , who is a professor of biology at the University of Missouri at St. Louis .

bird Penguin
Ricklefs , writer Kyle Elliott and their team initially wondered why birds black and white everywhere lose their ability to fly millions of years ago , considering how beneficial can fly . Emperor penguin painstakingly walked more than 32 miles between rookeries and sea . The journey takes them a few days , which can be reduced to just a few hours if they could fly . Then why do they not ?

To solve this mystery , the researchers focused on a bird - especially Murren - were both flying and diving . The scientists include 41 wild birds were captured with equipment to measure energy expenditure of birds . Thus , the researchers came up with a new world record . Murres and pelagic cormorants appeared to have the highest spending ever recorded for each animal fly .

While murres can fly and dive , it seems there is a limit where one activity after another in evolution . If the bird needs to fly , he would lose about diving and swimming ability . Conversely , if the bird is very dependent on the swimming and diving to hunt and survive , it will tend to lose their flight skills . In the case of penguins , skills completely disappeared , with wings developed into flippers types of marine mammals .

" The ancestors of penguins flying was probably not much different in appearance than the common murres and their relatives , and possibly much behave the same way , " said Ricklefs .
The findings may help explain how other birds lose their ability to fly . There Kormoran flew in the Galapagos Islands , and the southern ocean steamer ducks also flew .

Flightlessness different reasons for ostrich and emu , which does not dive . Large birds , not traded cost for running ability . The possibility that the ancestors of ostriches and emus do not have to migrate . They may live in the southern continent with relatively few predators . Run with their legs strong enough , than have to rely on aircraft to take them and go .

Tony Diamond of the University of New Brunswick , James Lovvorn at Southern Illinois University , and Daniel Roby from the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife all told Discovery News that they agree with the conclusions of the new study .

Diamond said that the study " refers to the unique diversity of mobility - mode in birds - walking, running , swimming , flying - . To clarify and explain the otherwise puzzling patterns of evolution "
(see also: pakan burung cendet)

Rory Wilson of Swansea University , had a more measured response , say the authors of the study " may be true , but the result would be more assured if they are compared with the duck diving auks . " He explained that some birds have very different types of hair loss that can affect heat . Heat loss , in turn , can affect energy when flying and diving birds .