Forgot your WiFi password? Confused what password did you use at work, home and other places ? there is an easy fix!

Fix 1

a) To view the Wi-Fi password or security key for the active connection, open Network and Sharing Center in the Control Panel.

b) Click the Wireless Network Connection

c) Then Click on Wireless Properties, and click the Show characters check box.

P.S. This works on computers before Windows 8

Fix 2

WirelessKeyView utility from NirSoft recovers all wireless network security passwords  stored in your computer


Prevent your PC from being infected by Cryptolocker Ransomware

How to use the CryptoPrevent Tool:

FoolishIT LLC was kind enough to create a free utility called CryptoPrevent that automatically adds the suggested Software Restriction Policy Path Rules listed below to your computer. This makes it very easy for anyone using Windows XP SP 2 and above to quickly add the Software Restriction Policies to your computer in order to prevent CryptoLocker and Zbot from being executed in the first place.


A new feature of CryptoPrevent is the option to whitelist any existing programs in %AppData% or %LocalAppData%. This is a useful feature as it will make sure the restrictions that are put in place do not affect legitimate applications that are already installed on your computer. To use this feature make sure you check the option labeled Whitelist EXEs already located in %appdata% / %localappdata% before you press the Block button.

You can download CryptoPrevent from the following page:

For more information on how to use the tool, please see this page:

Once you run the program, simply click on the Block button to add the Software Restriction Policies to your computer. If CryptoPrevent causes issues running legitimate applications, then please see this section on how to enable specific applications. You can also remove the Software Restriction Policies that were added by clicking on the Undo button.

Kaspersky 2014

Kasper­sky Lab has launched its new anti virus-cum-internet secu­ri­ty pack­age, the Kasper­sky Anti-Virus 2014 & Kasper­sky Inter­net Secu­ri­ty 2014. The new pack­age includes Kasper­sky’s ZETA Shield Antivirus tech­nol­o­gy that is said to ensure pro­tec­tion from lat­est mal­ware attacks. Kasper­sky Lab states in an offi­cial press release that both its lat­est secu­ri­ty prod­ucts are custom-made to safe­guard users’ per­son­al data and crit­i­cal finan­cial trans­ac­tions. Kasper­sky Inter­net Secu­ri­ty and Antivirus 2014 also fea­tures virus-detection mech­a­nisms such as Safe Money tech­nol­o­gy, Auto­mat­ic Exploit Pre­ven­tion, Anti-blocker tech­nol­o­gy, and Trust­ed Appli­ca­tion Mode