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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Hmm Windows isnt that good after all...

I am done using windows operating system, I found something more advanced and easier to use with faster and better applications that are free. Its called Ubuntu. Check out Ubuntu here or my other site Ubuntu Unleashed Here

what is the point in being forced to BUY Microsh!t every year they come out with a new operating system, and they stop supporting it. -- Ubuntu Is free and the top programmers in the world make it and use it, why dont u?

Why run an operating system that needs an antivirus? -- Ubuntu Linux is virus proof

Why stay with the same monopoly with a closed mind when there are plenty of alternatives?

Why run an Operating system that the NSA funds, there is a good chance it is backdoored by the nsa.

Why pirate and have to "crack" and try to tweak windows when you cant possibly tweak it enough?

Why run an operating system virus's were made for?

Why stick to that little closed world of yours and why not change?

thats it, you will see just how sick the world is using microsoft products once you change yourself! is up for sale, im done maintaining it, post a comment if your interested.

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Monday, July 2, 2007

Vista TCP/IP and UAC AutoPatch 6.0 *update*

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*WARNING* THIS PATCH NO LONGER WORKS, IT WORKED BACK in July 2007 and will break your System, I will no longer support this patch or this site, microsoft shit sucks, I switched over to ubuntu

Download Here
As you may have noticed Microsoft still limits your half-open (incomplete/syn packets) connection attempts per second that the system can make. Microsoft Has done this since Windows XP Service Pack 2 to keep your computer from being used by is means Vista Has maxed out our connect attempts.

Microsoft Has also limited our use of our own system, we cannot work as efficiently installing much needed applications and administrating our own network, a good administrator does not run bad programs and does not need to be annoyed by vista restrictions, popups, permission confirmations ugh!

I have compiled an Auto Patcher to take care of this for you, it patches tcpip.sys for vista 32 and vista 64, as well as UAC for users and administrators for Vista x32 and x64.

Contents of Readme..

Patch updated 5/2/07
Patch Version 5.0
This is really easy to do.

Unpack the archive and run Patch32.bat (for x86) or Patch64.bat (for x64).

Run UndoPatch.bat to uninstall concurrent half-open TCP/IP connection limit patch,
and restore the original tcpip.sys, and registry setting.

Once installed you can have 70,000 half open connections, these connections
are temp connections anyways, you can change the limit to any setting you want,
go to run and type in regedit and navigate to
"TcpNumConnections"=dword:00011170 and edit this value to whatever amount of connections you need.

Btw these half open connections are called Syn packets.

More information on TCP/IP @

I have updated my patch so now it will give you the option to install the tcp/ip
patch as well as disabling UAC. If you dont want to disable uac after you patch
your max connections just press ctrl C when prompted and press y to terminate.

I have supplied uac_admin_on.reg and uac_admin_off.reg to click to easily enable and disable uac for administrators after you patch your connections.

I have supplied uac_user_on.reg and uac_user_off.reg to click and easily enable and disable uac for user accounts after you patch your connections.

I hope you enjoy the patches, there are a few others out there that have others, but I assure you this one is better, I constantly update it and fix bugs.

Any Questions or comments or new tweaks email me @ defcon at
Enjoy :)

defcon aka ionstorm

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Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Vista Right Click Own 2.0

Right Click Own
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Vista Permission denied? Cant delete a damn file? I got you covered.

Make sure you have uac disabled, I have a few tips on here for that, anyways I supplied a little tweak so u can easily right click any folder or file and own the contents of every file/folder in it recursively or just own one file.
This uses takeown and icacls to own the files so you dont have to do it via cmd prompt, this is just point r-click own.
Download Here

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Reduce Vista Restore disk space and usage

By default Windows Vista allocates 15%-20% of your hard drive to storing System Restore points - which turns out to be a couple dozen gigabytes on a large drive. The user-friendly Windows XP slider bar which sets System Restore space has disappeared on Vista; instead a little command line action's required to reset this percentage.

To recover some of that System Restore disk space, start up Vista's command line as an administrator, and run vssadmin list shadowstorage to see the current allocation. To change it, use:
vssadmin resize shadowstorage /on=[drive]: /for=[drive]: /maxsize=[size]

To limit System Restore to 1 gigabyte on the C: drive, use:

vssadmin resize shadowstorage /on=C: /for=C: /maxsize=1GB

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Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Disable Vista Services | Services Guide

Services Guide
Click above to scroll through the services guide right here :) try it.

Type services.msc in run to manage services.
Here is a list of services for Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, and Ultimate
They are arranged in Default, Safe, Tweaked, and Minimal

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Clean up Vista Hard Drive

Ever just get lost in your own hard drive? I have 12 120 gig drives, add that up, and most are all full of junk back from forever, sometimes I like to do a little cleaning, I found well have been using a nice little freeware app called treesize, it will show you exactly where you are wasting space and make it easier to see what to delete and what to keep.
Every hard disk is too small if you just wait long enough. TreeSize Free tells you where precious space has gone to. TreeSize Free can be started from the context menu of a folder or drive and shows you the size of this folder, including its subfolders. You can expand this folder in Explorer-like style and you will see the size of every subfolder. Scanning is done in a thread, so you can already see results while TreeSize Free is working. The space, which is wasted by the file system, can be displayed and the results can be printed in a report. TreeSize Free is freeware for Windows 9x/2000/XP/Vista.
Download FreewareHere

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