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Use a Linux LiveCD to Avoid Windows Malware For Netbanking

Internet has revolutionized the way online users can shop and avail banking services like internet Banking from anywhere, anytime without visiting bank. But, how safe is your money with online net-banking which allows to carry out money transfer? Companies and in some case individuals lost anywhere from $10,000 to $500,000 dollars because of a single malware infection. The cyber crooks are targeting innocent MS-Windows user. If you are concerned about how best to protect yourself from this type of fraud, use Linux LiveCD for online banking and avoid Microsoft Windows at all cost.
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HowTo: Recovering Linux Grub Boot Loader Password

If you have, a password protected grub boot loader and you forgot both root and grub password, then you can recover grub-boot loader password using the following method/procedure:

* Use Knoppix cd
* Remove the password from Grub configuration file
* Reboot the system
* Change the root password
* Setup new Grub password if required (optional)
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Resize Windows Partition with Open Source Software

You would like to install Linux/BSD Os but windows partition is taking up your whole hard disk space. Or you don't want to pay money to resize hard disk partition (tools like partition magic costs money). Not to worry you can resize partition with KNOPPIX Live Linux CD.


Step #1 : Visit official Knoppix site and download live CD.

Step #2 : Burn Knoppix Live CD to DVD/CD media

Step #3 : Boot from CD

Step #4 : Boot into Knoppix > Open terminal > type command qtparted >

Step #5: Follow on screen instructions to resize your windows partition

Update: We are updating this howto. Please come back later or browse all our latest tips & tricks from home page. You may also try out following softwares for resize windows partition :

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