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  1. KaaZoor

    Cyber proxy

    [VERDE]Files are Clean[/VERDE] & Functional [Analyzed by you2004975] [HIDE-THANKS][Hidden Content]]
  2. This seo class features include: - Check the specified site response - taken from the homepage of the language and other meta tag data - Get site incoming links from Alexa Traffic Rank - Get site incoming links from the Google index number of pages - Get trusted sites, ranking from WOT. - Get, because it is the first registered domain age - the number of web pages retrieved Twitter - Facebook website page for the link - Get site Google Page Speed ​​rating - Get site Google Page Rank [HIDE-THANKS] ><? Php /** * * SEO report for different metrics * * @category SEO *author Chema * @copyright (c) 2009-2012 Open Classifieds Team * @license GPL v3 * Based on seo report script [Hidden Content] && PHP class SEOstats * */ class seoreport{ /** * * check if a url is online/alive * @param string $url * @return bool */ public static function is_alive($url) { $ch = curl_init(); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_BINARYTRANSFER, 1); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HEADERFUNCTION, 'curlHeaderCallback'); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FAILONERROR, 1); curl_exec ($ch); $int_return_code = curl_getinfo($ch, CURLINFO_HTTP_CODE); curl_close ($ch); if ($int_return_code != 200 && $int_return_code != 302 && $int_return_code != 304) { return FALSE; } else return TRUE; } /** * HTTP GET request with curl. * * @param string $url String, containing the URL to curl. * @return string Returns string, containing the curl result. * */ protected static function get_html($url) { $ch = curl_init($url); curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER,1); curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT,5); curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION,1); curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_MAXREDIRS,2); if(strtolower(parse_url($url, PHP_URL_SCHEME)) == 'https') { curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER,1); curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST,1); } $str = curl_exec($ch); curl_close($ch); return ($str)?$str:FALSE; } /** * * get the domain from any URL * @param string $url */ public static function domain_name($url) { $ Nowww = ereg_replace ( 'www \.' , '' , $ url ); $domain = parse_url($nowww); if(!empty($domain["host"])) return $domain["host"]; else return $domain["path"]; } /** * * get the metas from a url and the language of the site * @param string $url * @return array */ public static function meta_info($url) { //doesn't work at mediatemple / * $ Html = new DOMDocument (); if(!$html->loadHtmlFile($url)) return FALSE;*/ if (!$html_content = self::get_html($url)) return FALSE; $html = new DOMDocument(); $html->loadHtml($html_content); $xpath = new DOMXPath( $html ); $url_info = array(); $langs = $xpath->query( '//html' ); foreach ( $ langs as $ only ) { $ Url_info [ 'language' ] = $ lang -> getAttribute ( 'only' ); } $metas = $xpath->query( '//meta' ); foreach ($metas as $meta) { if ($meta->getAttribute('name')) { $url_info[$meta->getAttribute('name')] = $meta->getAttribute('content'); } } return $url_info; } /** * * Alexa rank * @param string $url * @return integer */ public static function alexa_rank($url) { $domain = self::domain_name($url); $request = "[Hidden Content]=" . $domain; $data = self::get_html($request); preg_match('//si', $data, $p); return ($l[2]) ? $l[2] : NULL; } /** * * Alexa inbounds link * @param string $url * @return integer */ public static function alexa_links($url) { $domain = self::domain_name($url); $request = "[Hidden Content]=" . $domain; $data = self::get_html($request); preg_match('//si', $data, $l); return ($l[1]) ? $l[1] : NULL; } /** * Returns total amount of results for any Google search, * requesting the deprecated Websearch API. * * @param string $query String, containing the search query. * @return integer Returns a total count. */ public static function google_pages($url) { //$query = self::domain_name($url); $url = '[Hidden Content]; $str = self::get_html($url); $data = json_decode($str); return (!isset($data->responseData->cursor->estimatedResultCount)) ? '0' : intval($data->responseData->cursor->estimatedResultCount); } /** * * gets the inbounds links from a site * @param string $url * @param integer */ public static function google_links($url) { $request = "[Hidden Content]=" . urlencode("link:" . $url) . "&hl=en"; $data = self::get_html($request); preg_match('/(About )?([\d,]+) result/si', $data, $l); return ($l[2]) ? $l[2] : NULL; } /** * * web of trust rating * @param string $url * @reutn integer */ public static function WOT_rating($url) { $domain = self::domain_name($url); $request = "[Hidden Content]=" . $domain; $data = self::get_html($request); preg_match_all('//si', $data, $regs); $trustworthiness = ($regs[2][0]) ? $regs[2][0] : NULL; return (is_numeric($trustworthiness))? $trustworthiness:NULL; } /** * * how old is the domain? * @param string $domain * @return integer unixtime */ public static function domain_age($domain) { $request = "[Hidden Content]=" . $domain . "&type=domain"; $data = self::get_html($request); preg_match('/Creation Date: ([a-z0-9-]+)/si', $data, $p); return (!$p[1])?FALSE:strtotime($p[1]); } /** * * counts how many tweets about the url * @param string $url * @return integer */ public static function tweet_count($url) { $url = urlencode($url); $twitterEndpoint = "[Hidden Content]"; $fileData = file_get_contents(sprintf($twitterEndpoint, $url)); $json = json_decode($fileData, true); unset($fileData); // free memory return (is_numeric($json['count']))? $json['count']:NULL; } /** * Returns the total amount of Facebook Shares for a single page * * @link [Hidden Content] * @param string The URL to check. * @return integer Returns the total amount of Facebook */ public static function facebook_shares($q) { //Execution and result of Json $str = self::get_html('[Hidden Content]($q)); $data = json_decode($str); //Return only number of facebook shares $r = $data->shares; return ($r != NULL) ? $r : intval('0'); } /** * * get the pagespeed rank over 100 * @param string $url * @return integer */ public static function page_speed($url) { $url = '[Hidden Content]'; $str = self::get_html($url); $data = json_decode($str); return intval($data->results->score); } /** * * get google page rank * @param string $url * @return integer */ public static function page_rank($url) { $query = "[Hidden Content](self::HashURL($url)). "&features=Rank&q=info:".$url."&num=100&filter=0"; $data = self::get_html($query);//die(print_r($data)); $pos = strpos($data, "Rank_"); if($pos === false) { return NULL; } else { $ Pagerank = substr ( $ data , $ zip + 9); return $pagerank; } } // functions for google pagerank /** * To calculate PR functions */ public static function StrToNum($Str, $Check, $Magic) { $Int32Unit = 4294967296; // 2^32 $length = strlen($Str); for ($i = 0; $i < $length; $i++) { $Check *= $Magic; //If the float is beyond the boundaries of integer (usually +/- 2.15e+9 = 2^31), // the result of converting to integer is undefined // refer to [Hidden Content] if ($Check >= $Int32Unit) { $Check = ($Check - $Int32Unit * (int) ($Check / $Int32Unit)); //if the check less than -2^31 $Check = ($Check < -2147483648) ? ($Check + $Int32Unit) : $Check; } $Check += ord($Str{$i}); } return $Check; } /** * Genearate a hash for a url */ public static function HashURL($String) { $Check1 = self::StrToNum($String, 0x1505, 0x21); $Check2 = self::StrToNum($String, 0, 0x1003F); $Check1 >>= 2; $Check1 = (($Check1 >> 4) & 0x3FFFFC0 ) | ($Check1 & 0x3F); $Check1 = (($Check1 >> 4) & 0x3FFC00 ) | ($Check1 & 0x3FF); $Check1 = (($Check1 >> 4) & 0x3C000 ) | ($Check1 & 0x3FFF); $T1 = (((($Check1 & 0x3C0) << 4) | ($Check1 & 0x3C)) <<2 ) | ($Check2 & 0xF0F ); $T2 = (((($Check1 & 0xFFFFC000) << 4) | ($Check1 & 0x3C00)) << 0xA) | ($Check2 & 0xF0F0000 ); return ($T1 | $T2); } /** * genearate a checksum for the hash string */ public static function CheckHash($Hashnum) { $ CheckByte = 0; $Flag = 0; $ HashStr = sprintf ( '% u' , $ Hashnum ); $length = strlen($HashStr); for ($i = $length - 1; $i >= 0; $i --) { $Re = $HashStr{$i}; if (1 === ($Flag % 2)) { $Re += $Re; $Re = (int)($Re / 10) + ($Re % 10); } $CheckByte += $Re; $Flag ++; } $ CheckByte % = 10; if (0 !== $CheckByte) { $ CheckByte = 10 - $ CheckByte ; if (1 === ($Flag % 2) ) { if (1 === ($CheckByte % 2)) { $ CheckByte + = 9; } $CheckByte >>= 1; } } return '7'.$CheckByte.$HashStr; } } [/HIDE-THANKS] Use examples [HIDE-THANKS] ><? Php include 'seoreport.php'; ini_set('max_execution_time', 180); $url = (isset($_GET['url']))?$_GET['url']:'[Hidden Content]'; $meta_tags = seoreport::meta_info($url); //die(var_dump($meta_tags)); //first check if site online if ($meta_tags!==FALSE) { $stats = array(); $stats['meta'] = $meta_tags; $stats['alexa']['rank'] = seoreport::alexa_rank($url); $stats['alexa']['links'] = seoreport::alexa_links($url); $stats['domain']['WOT_rating'] = seoreport::WOT_rating($url); $stats['domain']['domain_age'] = seoreport::domain_age($url); $stats['social']['twitter'] = seoreport::tweet_count($url); $stats['social']['facebook'] = seoreport::facebook_shares($url); $stats['google']['page_rank'] = seoreport::page_rank($url); $stats['google']['page_speed'] = seoreport::page_speed($url); $stats['google']['pages'] = seoreport::google_pages($url); $stats['google']['links'] = seoreport::google_links($url); var_dump($stats); } else 'Site not online. '.$url; [/HIDE-THANKS]
  3. KaaZoor

    PHP ip address range limit method

    Only within a limited range of ip address to access [HIDE-THANKS] >function get_real_ipaddress() { if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])) { return $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']; } elseif (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'])) { return $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']; } return $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; } function in_ip_range($ip, $ip_one, $ip_two = false) { if(!$ip_two) { return $ip_one === $ip; } return ip2long($ip_one) * -1 >= ip2long($ip) * -1 && ip2long($ip_two) * -1 <= ip2long($ip) * -1; } function validate_ip() { $ip = explode(':', get_real_ipaddress()); $ip = $ip[0]; if(in_ip_range($ip, '212.76.229.115', '212.76.229.120')) { return true; } else if(in_ip_range($ip, '194.78.4.66', '194.78.4.79')) { return true; } else if(in_ip_range($ip, '194.8.4.78', '194.8.4.78')) { return true; } else if(in_ip_range($ip, '0', '1')) { // local return true; } header('Location: [Hidden Content]'); [/HIDE-THANKS]
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    PHP convert PDF files to JPG files

    [HIDE-THANKS] >$pdf_file = './pdf/demo.pdf'; $save_to = './jpg/demo.jpg'; //make sure that apache has permissions to write in this folder! //(common problem) //execute ImageMagick command 'convert' and convert PDF //to JPG with applied settings exec('convert "'.$pdf_file.'" -colorspace RGB -resize 800 "'.$save_to.'"', $output, $return_var); if($return_var == 0) { //if exec successfuly converted pdf to jpg print "Conversion OK"; } else print "Conversion failed.".$output; [/HIDE-THANKS]
  5. Database of malicious code is entered, in order to ensure the security of your database, you have to be careful to clean. With a super handy feature below, you can quickly clear the database of malicious code. [HIDE-THANKS] >function cleanInput($input) { $search = array( '@]*?>.*[email protected]', // Strip out javascript '@<[\/\!]*?[^<>]*?>@si', // Strip out HTML tags '@ ]*?>.*? @siU', // Strip style tags properly '@@' // Strip multi-line comments ); $output = preg_replace($search, '', $input); return $output; } function sanitize($input) { if (is_array($input)) { foreach($input as $var=>$val) { $output[$var] = sanitize($val); } } else { if (get_magic_quotes_gpc()) { $input = stripslashes($input); } $input = cleanInput($input); $output = mysql_real_escape_string($input); } return $output; } // Usage: $bad_string = "Hi! It's a good day!"; $good_string = sanitize($bad_string); // $good_string returns "Hi! It\'s a good day!" // Also use for getting POST/GET variables $_POST = sanitize($_POST); $_GET = sanitize($_GET); [/HIDE-THANKS]
  6. KaaZoor

    TCP port detection

    [HIDE-THANKS] ><?php class Health { public static $status; public function __construct() { } public function check($ip, $port){ $sock = socket_create(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, SOL_TCP); socket_set_nonblock($sock); socket_connect($sock,$ip, $port); socket_set_block($sock); self::$status = socket_select($r = array($sock), $w = array($sock), $f = array($sock), 5); return(self::$status); } public function checklist($lst){ } public function status(){ switch(self::$status) { case 2: echo "Closed\n"; break; case 1: echo "Openning\n"; break; case 0: echo "Timeout\n"; break; } } } $ip='192.168.2.10'; $port=80; $health = new Health(); $health->check($ip, $port); $health->status(); [/HIDE-THANKS]
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    No Hands Proxies 7 day Trial

    >[url="[Hidden Content]] [HIDE-THANKS][Hidden Content]]
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    Reporten Links Caidos (Importante)

    Re: Reporten Links Caidos (Importante) [Hidden Content] update link plz
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    Proxy Auto Checker 1.0

    Features Autoload proxy list. Autocheck proxy list. Load and combine proxies without checking. Multithreaded. Load proxy list from file. Load proxy list from text. Download proxy list from the web. Proxy country detection. Check for anonymity - detect anonymous and high anonymous (elite) proxies. [VERDE]Files are Clean[/VERDE] & Functional [Analyzed by you2004975] [HIDE-THANKS][Hidden Content]] [Hidden Content]
  10. KaaZoor

    hi friends

    Re: hi friends Welcome - Enjoy your stay here -
  11. [HIDE-THANKS][Hidden Content]] Virus Total
  12. Re: Russian-English dictionary (for soft: brut, parser, etc) full size image [Hidden Content]
  13. 1. Multithreaded 2. Beautiful design 3. Quick 4. Without gaps 5. Can work without proxies base form login: pass [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    Unchecky 0.2.11 Beta

    Have you ever felt, while installing software, that the installer tries to push additional unwanted programs at all cost? Ever missed a checkbox, and spent hours afterwards removing adware? Ever opened your browser after an installation, only to find out that you have a new homepage, a new search engine, or even a new browser? Unchecky aims to keep potentially unwanted programs out of your computer. [Hidden Content]
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    Skins For C #

    Create a new project or an existing well. On the right we have the Solution explorer, and in the same classes and all forms of our program. Right-click on the project name -> Add -> Existing item (shift + alt + a). And then choose class with the theme, and then press F5 or just Compile project, and then we left Toolbox (where buttons, textbox, etc., from the top controls appear skin. [Hidden Content]
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    *CRYPTER LOLLAPALOOZA ARG. By LeonDk* [FUD]

    Re: *CRYPTER LOLLAPALOOZA ARG. By LeonDk* [FUD] What kind of error ? working fine.
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    need downloder

    Re: need downloder Here [Hidden Content]
  18. KaaZoor

    hello w0rld

    Re: hello w0rld Welcome To Level-23 ,Enjoy your Stay here
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    Zer0Freak's Hash Identifier

    Specifies the type of hash Supported > MD5 SHA-1 SHA-256 SHA-384 SHA-512 MySQL MySQL 5 DES(Oracle) DES(Unix) MD5(Unix) MD5(APR) MD5(phpBB3) MD5(Wordpress) SHA-256(Unix) SHA-512(Unix) MD5(Base-64) SHA-1(Base-64) SHA-224(Base-64) SHA-512(Base-64) SHA-256(Base-64) [Hidden Content] VT
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    salam LvL23

    Re: salam LvL23 Walaikum-0-Salam welcome bro
  21. KaaZoor

    PeStudio 7.88

    PeStudio is a free tool performing the static investigation of any Windows executable binary. A file being analyzed with PeStudio is never launched. Therefore you can evaluate unknown executable and even malware with no risk. PeStudio runs on any Windows Platform and is fully portable, no installation is required. PeStudio does not change the system or leaves anything behind. [Hidden Content]
  22. Virustotal scan : [Hidden Content] .:: Comodo Analysis ::. >[Hidden Content] Download >[Hidden Content]
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  24. almost every web site dedicated to system tweaking. Besides the tweaks that simply don't work, some of them will actually cause your computer to run even slower—or worse. Let's examine some of the most offensive myths out there regarding PC performance tweaking, and debunk them once and for all.[h=3]Disabling QoS to Free Up 20% of Bandwidth[/h] This tip made the rounds with people believing that Microsoft always allocates 20% of your bandwidth for Windows Update. According to the instructions, you were supposed to disable QoS in order to free up bandwidth. Unfortunately this tip was not only wrong, but disabling QoS will cause problems with applications that rely on it, like some streaming media or VoIP applications. Rather than taking my word for it, you can read the official Microsoft response: "There have been claims in various published technical articles and newsgroup postings that Windows XP always reserves 20 percent of the available bandwidth for QoS. These claims are incorrect... One hundred percent of the network bandwidth is available to be shared by all programs unless a program specifically requests priority bandwidth." [h=3]Make Vista Use Multiple Cores to Speed Up Boot Time[/h] This bogus tip made the rounds recently and almost everybody got caught including Lifehacker and big brother site Gizmodo... although commenters called it out quickly on both sides, and the editors updated the posts. (That's yet another reason to always participate in the comments here.) According to this tip, you were supposed to use MS Config to modify the "Number of processors" drop-down on the Boot tab. The problem is that this setting is only used for troubleshooting and debugging, to be able to determine if there is a problem with a single processor, or for a programmer to test their code against a single core while running on a multi-core system. Windows will use all your processors by default without this setting. [h=3]Clearing Out Windows Prefetch for Faster Startup[/h] The Prefetch feature in Windows XP caches parts of applications that you frequently use and tries to optimize the loading process to speed up application start time, so when a number of sites started suggesting that you clean it out regularly to speed up boot time it seemed like good advice... but sadly that's not the case, as pointed out by many Lifehacker commenters. The Prefetch feature is actually used as a sort of index, to tell Windows which parts of an application should be loaded into memory in which order to speed up application load time, but Windows doesn't use the information unless it's actually starting an application. There's also a limit of 128 files that can be stored in the prefetch folder at any point, and Windows cleans out the folder automatically, removing information for applications that haven't been run as frequently. Not only that, but a well-written defrag utility will use the prefetch information to optimize the position of the files on the disk, speeding up access even further. Windows expert Ed Bott explains it: The .pf files don't get used at all until you run a program. What actually happens when you click an icon is that Windows uses the information in the Prefetch folder to decide which program segments to load and in what order to load those pages. [h=3]Cleaning the Registry Improves Performance[/h] The Windows registry is a massive database of almost every setting imaginable for every application on your system. It only makes sense that cleaning it out would improve performance, right? Sadly it's just a marketing gimmick designed to sell registry cleaner products, as the reality is quite different... registry cleaners only remove a very small number of unused keys, which won't help performance when you consider the hundreds of thousands of keys in the registry. This isn't to say they are completely useless, of course. I'd still recommend cleaning the registry when you are trying to troubleshoot a problem caused by uninstalling buggy software that leaves entries behind, but even then you should be very careful to use a reputable application like previously mentioned CCleaner and review the entries before deleting anything. Ed Bott weighs in with a stronger opinion: I'd go a step further: Don't run registry cleaner programs, period. I won't go so far as to call them snake oil, but what possible performance benefits can you get from "cleaning up" unneeded registry entries and eliminating a few stray DLL files? [h=3]Clear Memory by Processing Idle Tasks[/h] By this point you should be starting to get the picture... if something sounds too good to be true, it likely is. This well-traveled tip usually claims that you can create an "undocumented" shortcut to Rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks that will clear out memory by processing all of the idle tasks wasting memory in the background. What's the problem? Those idle tasks aren't actually waiting in the background... what you are effectively doing is telling the computer that you've walked away so it can now do other processing while you are idle. Except you aren't. The real purpose of this functionality is to finish all processing before running benchmarks to ensure consistent times, and according to the Microsoft documentation there's a whole different story: When called from the command line, the ProcessIdleTasks work is done in the background asynchronously. It can take 10 to 15 minutes for idle tasks to complete. Task Manager will report processes running, and the disk will likely be active during this time. Read more at The Life of a Techno-Guru blog in a post called Response to Digg Article Claiming to Free up Memory. [h=3]Clean, Defrag and Boost Your RAM With SnakeOil Memory Optimizer[/h] Just take a quick look at any download site, and you'll find hundreds of products that claim to "optimize RAM to make your computer run faster". Give me a break! Almost all of these products do the same things: they call a Windows API function that forces applications to write out their memory to the pagefile, or they allocate and then deallocate a ton of memory quickly so that Windows will be forced to page everything else. Both of the techniques make it appear that you've suddenly freed up memory, when in reality all you've done is trade in your blazing fast RAM for a much slower hard drive. Once you have to switch back to an application that has been moved to the pagefile, it'll be so slow you'll be likely to go all Office Space on your machine. Windows expert Mark Russinovich agrees: At best, RAM optimizers have no effect, and at worst, they seriously degrade performance. [h=3]Disabling Shadow Copy/System Restore Improves Performance[/h] I've barely come across a Windows Vista tips site that doesn't tell you to disable System Restore to speed up performance, because it takes up to 15% of your hard drive by default, which sounds like good advice. Except it's not. The reality is that System Restore only actually kicks in when you are installing updates or applications, or at pre-scheduled times in the day, and the automatic checkpoints will only happen when your computer is not being used. These checkpoints allow you to easily roll back your system to a pre-crash state, and I can tell you from experience that System Restore is a critical feature when your Vista machine has problems, allowing you to easily get back to a working state. Instead of disabling System Restore to free up space, Ed Bott suggests that you simply use Disk Cleanup to remove all but the most recent restore point. (Under the More Options tab, you'll find a Clean up button). [h=3]Enable SuperFetch in Windows XP[/h] Somebody decided to start spreading the myth that you could enable SuperFetch in Windows XP by adding the same EnableSuperfetch key into the registry that Windows Vista has, and it spread like wildfire. Naturally, this tip was completely bogus. The good news is that this tip is one of the few that will not harm your system in any way, as long as you don't break something while editing the registry. If you insist on using it, I won't complain. If you want some proof, you can use the strings.exe utility to see that "superfetch" doesn't exist anywhere in the XP kernel, or you can believe Ed Bott and Mark Russinovich, who have already debunked this myth. [h=3]Disabling Services to Speed Up the Computer[/h] Perhaps the most common myth is the advice to disable all services that you aren't using. I realize this will generate some controversy, so let me clarify: Disabling non-essential services that are NOT part of Windows will sometimes yield a performance gain if you have identified those services as causing a problem. You can identify or disable those services by opening msconfig.exe and checking the box for "Hide all Microsoft services" on the Services tab: The problem with disabling services is that your devices will often not work once you do: for instance, I disabled the "Unknown" dlbt_device service in the list above, and could no longer print to my Dell printer... disabling the VMware services made VMware unable to run, and so forth. 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