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Make Your LAPTOP/PC a WI-FI Virtual Access Point


Virtual Access Point (Virtual AP) - Share your Internet through Wi-Fi.

Virtual AP is an easy-to-use software that turns any LAN-connected PC or laptop into a Wi-Fi wireless access point. So anyone nearby can surf the Internet through your sharing.

Also, your iPhone, PDA, mobile or what ever, can enjoy the Internet by connecting to the wireless network broadcasted by Virtual AP. A great idea to cut down your mobile bills, isn't it?

This is also an ideal solution for setting up a temporary AP in a hotel room, meeting room, at home or the like.

Key features:

* Share Internet with another laptop - It turns one of your laptops into a Wireless Access Point(WAP, or Wi-Fi router or Wi-Fi gateway), other laptops can connect to the Wi-Fi network to surf Internet.
* Share Internet with iPhone, iPod, PDA, xBox or what ever - Your iPhone, PDA or other Wi-Fi devices can enjoy the wireless network created by Virtual AP.
* Wi-Fi Security - The wireless network created by Virtual AP is security-enabled. Anyone who wants to connect MUST have the network key (Password).
* ONE-CLICK Sharing - One button to start, one button to stop, that's all.
* Simple - It is very simple, one-click sharing. You even don't need to read the manual.
* It Is Soft - It turns your laptop into a Wireless Access Point(WAP), without any third hardwares.
* Share 3G over WiFi (3G Sharing) - Share your 3G connection with your family.
* Share ISDN over WiFi (ISDN Sharing) - Share your ISDN connection to your another laptop or PC.
* Share DSL over WiFi (DSL Sharing or ADSL Sharing) - Share DSL or ADSL to your another laptop or PC.


Download SW at:

http://www.virtual-ap.com/products.htm

Please see better Version below at UPDATES.....please note that for Windows 7, see below the SW you will need.

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Now here are what I have done to test this capability:

TEST # 1: Internet Connection using HSDPA USB Dongle (SmartBRO) UBT/FBT using Cproxy + Proxifier

- Install Virtual Access Point (VAP) on the Laptops/PCs (Server) that will share Internet Access.

- The PC that will serve as the WIFI VAP will have the Internet Connection. For this test, SmartBRO.

- The other PCs are clients and will connect to the WIFI VAP for Internet Connections.
- Install Freegate on these PCs. (there are Freegate threads
here) . Other tunneling SW should also work.

ON the WIFI VAP:
- Start SmartBRO Internet Connection.
-Configure VPA to turn Internet Sharing.
- Connect to the Virtual AP.

ON the Client PCs:

- Connect to VAP by looking for "View Wireless Networks". Enter PW=12345 (default VAP password)
- Run Freegate after connecteion.

Now you can share your one FBT/UBT connection with other PCs. Since this type of connection requires tunneling SW, it will not work with WIFI enabled devices that has no tunneling SW capability like CPs/ipods/PSP, etc.

RESULTS........... TESTED WORKING!!!

TEST# 2: Internet Connection using HSDPA USB Dongle (SmartBRO) with load NO UBT/FBT:

Procedure is same as above. The WIFI VAP will not need Cproxy + Proxifier since this is now direct connect to the internet (no tricks).

Note: Since this is direct connect much like DSl/Cable, any WIFI capable device like Phones, PSP, etc would be able to connect to the WIFI VAP PC as long as the USERID/PW is known. This is just like connecting to the WIFI of Starbucks and others. The difference is that we are turning our PC with WLAN as the VAP much like the WIFI router.

RESULTS:.....works as expected!!!!

I did this because at home we have 3 PC/Laptop and I want to share internet connection with them using only one HSDPA Dongle with UBT/FBT................and now they all rock!!!

You can try yourselves and see how ez it is to be able to do this.

Please feedback.......

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UPDATE:

Thanks to kayoken...........

Here is the working License/Serial:


Originally Posted by kayoken View Post
Virtual Access Point V2.2


LICENCE ID:

7937629600

Serial Number:

A6A2A52E4AA6FB5F1DE3



DOWNLOAD CRACK SW HERE:

Thanks to jem2x............this his version!!!!

http://plunder.com/05819164bb

Tried and tested by jem2x and I also tried it and working.


Mirror Site:

http://www.mediafire.com/?nyzvujj3fhi

UPDATE: For Windows 7 use Connectify!!!


Download 3.1 crack
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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 1:18 AM

Facebook will shutdown in march 15th, 2012


Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook will be shut down in March of 2012. Managing the site has become too stressful.

“Facebook has gotten out of control,” said Zuckerberg in a press conference outside his Palo Alto office, “and the stress of managing this company has ruined my life. I need to put an end to all the madness.”

Zuckerberg went on to explain that starting March 15th of next year, users will no longer be able to access their Facebook accounts. That gives users (and Facebook addicts) a year to adjust to life without Facebook.

“After March 15th, 2012 the whole website shuts down,” said Avrat Humarthi, Vice President of Technical Affairs at Facebook. “So if you ever want to see your pictures again, I recommend you take them off the internet. You won’t be able to get them back after Facebook goes out of business.”

Zuckerberg said the decision to shut down Facebook was difficult, but that he does not think people will be upset.

“I personally don’t think it’s a big deal,” he said in a private phone interview. “And to be honest, I think it’s for the better. Without Facebook, people will have to go outside and make real friends. That’s always a good thing.”

Some Facebook users were furious upon hearing the shocking news.

“What am I going to do without Facebook?” said Denise Bradshaw, a high school student from Indiana. “My life revolves around it. I’m on Facebook at least 10 hours a day. Now what am I going to do with all that free time?”

However, parents across the country have been experiencing a long anticipated sense of relief.

“I’m glad the Facebook nightmare is over,” said Jon Guttari, a single parent from Detroit. “Now my teenager’s face won’t be glued to a computer screen all day. Maybe I can even have a conversation with her.”



By: Raymond Richard.



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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 2:22 AM

B933 Firnware Update

Changing the Firmware enables you to change the Sim for other Network..
Default Password is "admin"

Download Firmware

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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 10:00 PM

How to Create a VPN server (home or Office) Win 7 and Vista

etting up the Vista Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
Virtual Private Network (VPN) Server

This Mini-How-To was created as an example of one way to remotely access a home office network using a Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection over the public internet using technologies built-in to the Vista operating system. Configurations are based on remote user access to this example local area network. Note the setup and configuration procedure should be run while logged on as a user with Administrator privileges.
This procedure applies to the following versions of Vista: Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, Ultimate.

Setup the Vista PPTP VPN Server
(Screen shots are from a Vista Ultimate desktop PC)

Logon the Vista PC as a user with Administrator privileges. The Vista VPN Server is configured by navigating to Start | Control Panel | Network and Internet | Network and Sharing Center and selecting Manage network connections.
Select File | New Incoming Connection from the drop down menu. If the Menu bar is not visible press the <Alt> key on the keyboard to toggle it on.
Select user's that will be allowed to login to the PPTP VPN server through the VPN connection. Click Next. In the example shown a special standard user account protected by a strong password that is only used for remote VPN access is selected. Click on Add someone... to add the special user account.
Select the Through the Internet check box then click on Next.
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then click on Properties.
If remote VPN users will be allowed to access the home local area network check the Allow callers to access my local area network checkbox. Configure the IP address assignment window using IP addresses in the same subnet as the VPN server PC and LAN (see the example local area network). In the following example the From: address is the address assigned to the VPN gateway and the To: address is assigned to the incoming VPN client. Click OK when finished. Note that by design Vista will only accept one incoming VPN connection at a time.
Click on Close.
When finished the Network Connections window will indicate the new Incoming Connections icon.

Configure the Network Firewall/NAT Router for PPTP VPN access

If the Vista PPTP VPN server PC is behind a broadband router, the router must be configured to allow PPTP VPN access. Both TCP Port 1723 and GRE Protocol 47 are used to pass PPTP VPN traffic through the firewall. Some router manufacturers call enabling GRE Protocol 47 traffic PPTP Pass Through or VPN Pass Through. Check the users manual for your specific router for details. The example screen shots are from a Network Everywhere NR041 4-Port Broadband Router. See the example local area network.
  

 
The Vista Windows Firewall will be automatically configured to allow PPTP VPN access. GRE Protocol 47 traffic is automatically enabled through the Windows Firewall when TCP Port 1723 is opened.

Configure the Vista PPTP VPN client and a client lmhosts file

The Vista PPTP VPN client can be configured using the procedure detailed on the online Vista Help and Support site.
An lmhosts file that maps computer names to LAN IP addresses on the remote network may be created in the C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc folder on the VPN client computer. The client can then use the form \\ComputerName\ShareName to access shared folders on the remote network. See this Microsoft article for file syntax help. An example lmhosts file can be downloaded here. The example lmhosts file is based on remote user access to this example local area network.

Enhance client to server security

WARNING: The following are recommendations for Small Office/Home Office (SoHo) users connecting to a standalone Vista host computer with the Vista PPTP VPN client software only. Users connecting to remote computers in a corporate or domain environment should check with their network administrators for configuration guidance.
Client configuration
Client users are encouraged to use a strong password when logging onto a remote PC with a PPTP VPN connection. The client user can configure these properties by navigating to Start | Control Panel | Network and Internet | Network and Sharing Center and selecting Manage network connections. Right-click the VPN connection that you want to edit then click Properties.

Server configuration
The Vista PPTP VPN server computer administrator can configure these properties by navigating to Start | Control Panel | Network and Internet | Network and Sharing Center and selecting Manage network connections. Right-click the Incoming Connections icon then click Properties. Check the Require all users to secure their passwords and data checkbox.

Troubleshooting the PPTP VPN server - client data link

The Vista PPTP VPN server to client link can be tested using the detailed test procedure in the PPTP Ping and VPN Traffic sections of the Testing Network Paths for Common Types of Traffic article by the Cable Guy. The pptpsrv.exe and pptpclnt.exe programs on the XP SP2 CD may be used. To extract the programs on a Vista PC insert the CD in the CD drive and select Open folder to view files from the AutoPlay window.
Select the Support folder.
Select the Tools folder.
Select the Support cabinet file.
Highlight the pptpsrv.exe and pptpclnt.exe files then right-click the mouse button and select Extract from the menu window.
Save the files to a temporary folder. Click on X in the upper right corner of the window to close and eject the CD from the CD drive. Copy the pptpsrv.exe file to the server PC and the pptpclnt.exe file to a client PC and run the test procedure as detailed in the VPN Traffic section of the Testing Network Paths for Common Types of Traffic article by the Cable Guy.
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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 9:51 PM

How to Create a VPN server (home or Office)

How to create the VPN server interface, step-by-step
1. Click Start | Control Panel.
2. In the Control Panel, open the Network Connections applet.
3. In the Network Connections window (see Figure A), open the New Connection Wizard.
Figure A

The Network Connections window
4. On the Welcome To The New Connection Wizard page, click Next.
5. On the Network Connection Type page (see Figure B), select the Set Up An Advanced Connection option.
Figure B
On the Advanced Connection Options page (see Figure C), select the Accept Incoming Connections option and click Next.
Figure C

Configuring XP to accept incoming connections
7. On the Devices For Incoming Connections page (see Figure D), you can select optional devices on which you want to accept incoming connections.
Figure D

Note that you are not presented with any of the network interfaces on the computer.
8. On the Incoming Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connection page (see Figure E), select the Allow Virtual Private Connections option and click Next.
Figure E
9. On the User Permissions page (see Figure F), select the users that are allowed to make incoming VPN connections. Click Next.
Figure F

Any user that isn't selected won't be able to initiate an incoming connection.
10. On the Networking Software page (see Figure G), click on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) entry and click the Properties button.
Figure G

Configuring TCP/IP properties
11. In the Incoming TCP/IP Properties dialog box (see Figure H), place a check mark in the Allow Callers To Access My Local Area Network check box. This will allow VPN callers to connect to other computers on the LAN. If this check box isn't selected, VPN callers will only be able to connect to resources on the Windows XP VPN server itself. Click OK to return to the Networking Software page and then click Next.
Figure H

Granting LAN access to callers
12. On the Completing The New Connection Wizard page, click Finish to create the connection.
After the Incoming Connection is complete, right-click on the connection in the Network Connections window and select the Properties command (see Figure I).
Figure I

Accessing the properties of the VPN server link
Note that on the General tab of the Incoming Connections Properties page (see Figure J) that no devices are listed. The comment No Hardware Capable Of Accepting Calls Is Installed isn't true, since you can now create VPN connections to both network interface cards. In practice, there is no point in creating a VPN connection to the internal interface card.
Figure J

VPN clients will only call the external IP address of the Windows XP Professional VPN server.
VPN server optimization tips
The New Connection Wizard made it easy to create the VPN server interface, but you can still do more to optimize your VPN connections. First, note that you can create PPTP or L2TP/IPSec VPN connections. Figure K shows the connection status dialog box of a Windows XP VPN client connected to a Windows XP VPN server. Note that MPPE 128-bit encryption is automatically enabled and that Microsoft CHAP v2 is used for authentication.

Figure K

If both machines had machine certificates from the same Certification Authority installed, an L2TP/IPSec VPN link could have been negotiated.
If you want the VPN client to access resources on the internal network, the IP address assigned to the VPN client should be on the same network ID as the internal interface of the Windows XP VPN server computer. In addition, all the machines on the internal network should have a default gateway set using the IP address of the internal interface of the Windows XP VPN server.
In the unlikely event that the SOHO has multiple network segments, the routing table on the Windows XP VPN server needs to be configured with paths to the various internal network IDs. You can use the ROUTE ADD command to create these routing table entries.
Small networks that use a Windows XP Professional machine for a VPN server probably won't have network services such as WINS or DNS. If name resolution on the private network is an issue for the VPN client, then you should create a LMHOSTS file, a simple text file that contains name and IP address mappings. For example, the following line could represent an entry in an LMHOSTS file:
10.0.0.2 DEFIANT
The VPN client must be configured with an IP address or host name for the Windows XP Professional VPN server. If the Windows XP Professional client has a dedicated link to the Internet and a static IP address, you can use that IP address in the VPN client configuration interface. However, if the Windows XP Professional VPN server is assigned an IP address via DHCP, you'll have to use an Internet host name and a method of registering the host name dynamically. A couple of services you might want to look into are TZO and DYNDNS. Both of these services will let you dynamically register a computer's IP address into the public DNS database.
Conclusion
Windows XP Professional provides simple VPN server capabilities that let you connect single VPN clients to your internal network, one at a time. If the Windows XP Professional computer has a dedicated connection to the Internet, you can connect to that computer from virtually anywhere in the world using a VPN link. The VPN server setup is simple and can accept calls from any Windows PPTP or L2TP/IPSec client.
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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 8:23 PM

Connect All VPN using other modems.(gl@be) (B-series, mf600, mf627, e153 Icon 255 etc)




1. Go to Control Panel

2. Select View Network Status and Taks

3. Click Network Connection

4. Select Properties

5. Select Internet protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)

6. Click Properties

7. Click Advanced

8. Go to WINS

9. Select Enable NetBios over TCP/IP or Disable

10. Click Ok

DONE! Tested it on icon 255 with new config



thanks to drwang12!





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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 3:04 AM

Make Your CMD Pinger More Attractive!!! [PINGER FOR BUBU, HSS, EXPAT, & OTHER VPNs]

My CMD Pinger with reply background color indicator!

We are using ping command to monitor the networks, sometimes we have to monitor multiple IP address with continuous ping in different windows. Normal command line is with a black colour background and white text. But it will be better to show a red window if the Request timed out. And the default success pings with a green background. Here is the script to do the ping with color output results.


Color Legend:
Green - with reply
Red - request timed out

What is happening in this Batch file?

Prompting an IP address and set to a variable named %IP%, and its pinging once with 32 bytes of data. If it is failed the background color will change to red. And display “Request timed out” then wait for some title . We used a self ping for sleep function. The code put it in loop so it will ping continuously.
Original Batch Script

:: Batch Script
:: color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
echo off & cls
set /p IP=Enter your IP Address :
:top
PING -n 1 %IP% | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top
My Modified Batch Script

:: Batch Script
:: Color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
echo off & cls
:top
PING -n 1 www.google.com | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top

Additional command by sir edzrhomski07
siguro lagyan mo nito ts. para di masyado malaki.

:: Batch Script
:: Color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
mode 53, 20
echo off & cls
:top
PING -n 1 www.google.com | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top
Adjust the size of its window from this line: mode 53, 20
where "53" is the width size, and "20" is the height size.

Recommended window size command is: mode 54, 15

with FLUSHDNS & REGISTERDNS:

:: Batch Script
:: color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
mode 54, 15
@echo off
cd \
ipconfig/flushdns
ipconfig/registerdns

echo off & cls
:top
PING -n 1 202.126.40.5 | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top
OR

:: Batch Script
:: color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
mode 54, 15
echo off & cls
cd \
ipconfig/flushdns
ipconfig/registerdns

:top
PING -n 1 202.126.40.5 | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top
Additional command by sir edzrhomski07

siguro lagyan mo nito ts. para di masyado malaki.

:: Batch Script
:: Color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
mode 53, 20
echo off & cls
:top
PING -n 1 www.google.com | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top
Adjust the size of its window from this line: mode 53, 20
where "53" is the width size, and "20" is the height size.

Recommended window size command is: mode 54, 15

with FLUSHDNS & REGISTERDNS:

:: Batch Script
:: color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
mode 54, 15
@echo off
cd \
ipconfig/flushdns
ipconfig/registerdns

echo off & cls
:top
PING -n 1 202.126.40.5 | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top
OR

:: Batch Script
:: color Ping
:: Code By Binbert.com
:: Edited By FreeSoftAppZ.webs.com
mode 54, 15
echo off & cls
cd \
ipconfig/flushdns
ipconfig/registerdns

:top
PING -n 1 202.126.40.5 | FIND "TTL="
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 (SET OUT=4F & echo Request timed out.) ELSE (SET OUT=2F)
color %OUT%
ping -n 2 -l 10 127.0.0.1 >nul
GoTo top


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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 1:50 AM

Unblock Smart Buddy Sim Cards


1 lumang smart buddy sim
2 bagong smart buddy sim

yan ang mga sim ko.

issues:


1.di makakonek sa dashboard (lumang sim at yung isang bagong sim ko)
2.di makapagsend ng SMS(isang bagong sim ko)


yan yung mga naexperience ko.

SOLUTIONS:

1.di makakonek sa dashboard (lumang sim at yung isang bagong sim):
a.kung may load ka pa tapos di ka na makakonek sa dashboard mo, ubusin mo muna yung load mo dapat 0 na. tapos papasa ka ng load kahit 2 o paload ka ng 15.
b. type mo OFF to 211 pag ka receive ng reply galing sa smart,restart mo CP mo.
c. after pag ka-restart type mo GRPS ON to 333
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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 1:41 AM

How to Upside Down (Flip) Facebook Status ǝʇɐpdn:-)

1.Go to the website www.fliptext.org.

2.In the upper field type your status that you want to update and then click on Flip Text button.

3.Now in the lower field you will see flipped text of your status.


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Posted by: Jaime
blognizend, Updated at: 11:34 PM

Manila's Globe Telecom sets $790 mln network, IT upgrade


MANILA, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Globe Telecom Inc , the Philippines' second-biggest telecommunications firm, said on Wednesday it will spend $790 million in a network upgrade and IT re-engineering programme as it seeks to bolster its position in a highly competitive market.
The company, owned by local conglomerate Ayala Corp and Singapore Telecommunications Ltd , said in a statement the project -- its biggest investment in the last two decades -- would be undertaken in the next two to three years.
Globe's announcement comes after rival Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co's (PLDT) $1.6-billion takeover of third-ranked Digital Telecommunications Philippines Inc (Digitel) , a move that solidified PLDT's leading position in the local telecommunications market.
"Given the growing demand for bandwidth-heavy services, the modernisation programme will bring significant improvements to network capacity leading to improved reliability, ease of access and pervasive coverage," Globe said in a statement.
Telecoms firms are looking at data and broadband services to spur future profit growth, with the traditional mobile phone business reaching saturated levels.
The modernisation programme would also generate savings in operating expenses and capital expenditures totaling $180 million and $210 million, respectively, over the next five years, the company said.
Globe said it expects to decommission assets with estimated net book value of $388 million after the upgrade, with rising depreciation charges over the remaining life of the assets likely to impact its profitability.
The company would contract the world's No.2 network equipment maker Huawei for the network upgrade and Amdocs , a phone-billing and customer-management software maker, for the IT system upgrade.
Globe also announced it was changing its dividend pay-out policy to 75-90 percent of prior year's core net income instead of reported net income.
The new dividend policy, set to take effect in 2012, would ensure that dividends would remain sustainable and yields competitive, it said.
(Reporting by Erik dela Cruz; Editing by Rosemarie Francisco)
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blognizend, Updated at: 11:30 PM
 
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