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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Implementing Microsoft ForeFront Security for Exchange

Takeaway: You've seen the Microsoft ads saying how it's easier to defeat viruses using ForeFront than it is to kill zombies. Maybe. But just how hard is it to get ForeFront up and running? And what does it do? Brien Posey explains.
Keeping viruses out of an Exchange Server organization is of critical importance to an organization's wellbeing. After all, the vast majority of the viruses in the world are designed to be delivered through e-mail.

Antivirus applications that are specifically designed to protect Exchange Server are nothing new. Such applications have existed in one form or another for well over a decade. Even so, there is always been one major problem associated with protecting an Exchange Server from viruses, and that is keeping the virus definition files up to date. Fortunately, Microsoft now offers a product called Microsoft ForeFront Security for Exchange that is designed to help alleviate this problem. In this article, I will explain what makes ForeFront Security for Exchange so special. I will then show you where you can get a copy, and will walk you through the installation process.

Why Use ForeFront

There are countless antivirus products on the market, so you are probably wondering what makes ForeFront so special. As I mentioned in the previous section, the biggest problem with antivirus software is the timeliness of the updates. Unfortunately, there really isn't one company that's better than the others when it comes to creating definitions for newly discovered viruses as quickly as possible. In fact, when a new viruses discovered all of the antivirus companies will eventually develop signatures for the virus, but there is no way of knowing who will be the first to produce a signature.

Antivirus applications offer little protection against viruses for which they do not have a signature. Since it is impossible to tell which antivirus company will be the first to develop a signature for a newly discovered virus, one common technique for protecting Exchange Server organizations involves using two different antivirus products. For example, I have seen companies use Norton Antivirus on their servers, and run McAfee at the workstation level.

The rationale behind this type of deployment is that as infected e-mail messages arrive, hopefully the server's antivirus software will clean the infected message. If the messages infected with the virus for which the server's antivirus software does not yet have a signature though, there is always a chance that the software that is running on the workstations will have a signature, and a virus can be eradicated when the user opens Outlook.

While this technique does work better than using a single antivirus product, it does have its drawbacks. For starters, maintaining two separate antivirus applications can be expensive. The other problem is that you're still only using two scanning engines, and there is no guarantee that either of them will have the signature is that you need.

Sadly, there isn't an antivirus product in the world they can guarantee that they will always have every signature for every virus. However, ForeFront Security for Exchange does the next best thing. It integrates up to five different scanning engines, from five different companies, into a single product.

Installing ForeFront Security for Exchange

The best part of the installation process is that you already have everything that you need. Microsoft ForeFront Security for Exchange Server is actually included on the Exchange 2007 installation CD. To launch the installation process, simply navigate to the CD's Forefront folder, and double click on Setup.exe. If you don't happen to have your Exchange 2007 installation media handy, you can download a trial version of ForeFront Security for Exchange at Microsoft's Web site.

When the Setup wizard begins, the first thing that you will see is the Welcome screen. Click Next to bypass the Welcome screen. Setup will now display the ForeFront license agreement. Click Yes to accept the license agreement and you will be taken to a screen that asks you to enter your name and the name of your company.

After clicking Next, the next screen that you will encounter asks you if you want to perform a local or a remote installation. This is just Setup's way of asking you if you want to install ForeFront on the server that you are using, or a different server. For the sake of this article, I am going to assume that you are performing a local installation.

Click Next, and Setup will ask you if you want to perform a full installation or a client installation. Performing a client installation only installs the management console, not the actual ForeFront software. This is a good option if you want to be able to manage ForeFront from your workstation. For right now though, go ahead and choose the Full Installation option, and click Next.

At this point, the Setup wizard will display the screen that's shown in Figure A. As you can see in the figure, the wizard asks you if you want to use Secure Mode or Compatibility Mode.

Figure A

Choose between Secure or Compatibility modes.

The basic idea behind this screen is that messages containing infected attachments are quarantined. Most of the time you will probably be able to just delete the quarantined messages. Once in a while though, you may find that a message that has been quarantined contains information that you need. In those particular cases, you will have to clean the message and move it out of quarantine. This screen asks you how you want Exchange to handle messages as they are removed from quarantine.

If you choose the Secure Mode option, then any messages that you remove from quarantine will be treated in the same way that they would if they had just arrived in your Exchange organization. This means that any content filters that you have set up will still apply. If you choose the Compatibility Mode option, then Exchange will assume that the message does not need to be filtered since you are taking the time to manually move it out of quarantine. You should choose which ever option best meets your organization's needs.

After clicking Next, you will be taken to the screen that's shown in Figure B. As you can see in the figure, this screen asks you which scanning engines you want to use. ForeFront supports using up to five scanning engines simultaneously. The Microsoft Antimalware Engine is selected automatically, and cannot be deselected. This counts as one of your choices. The other four scanning engines are chosen randomly, but if you have preferences as to the scanning engines that you would like to use, you can make your own selections on this screen.

Figure B

You must decide which scanning engines you would like to use.

Click Next and Setup will display a warning message. Don't worry. This message just says that ForeFront will download new definitions for the scanning engines five minutes after the ForeFront services are started, and hourly after that. It also says that if you are using a Proxy server, then updates will fail until you configure ForeFront to make it aware of your proxy server.

Click Next and Setup will ask you if you want to automatically download anti spam updates. It is important to understand that ForeFront is an antivirus product, not an anti spam product. If you choose to allow anti spam updates, the updates will apply to Exchange Server, not to ForeFront. Furthermore, if you later decide to disable anti spam updates for whatever reason, the antivirus definitions will continue to be updated.

The reason why ForeFront offers you the option to perform automatic anti spam updates, even though ForeFront doesn't have any anti spam capabilities of its own is because spam and e-mail viruses usually go hand in hand. If you reduce the flow of spam, you also reduce the flow of inbound e-mail viruses, and visa versa.

Click Next, and Setup will ask you to specify the destination folder to which you want ForeFront installed. You can just click Next to accept the default installation path, unless you have a compelling reason to change it.

At this point, you will see the screen that asks you which folder the program icons should be placed in. Again, you can just click Next to accept the defaults.

At this point, you will see a summary screen. Scroll through the information presented on this screen to make sure that all of the Setup options are correct. Assuming that everything looks good, click Next.

When you click Next, Setup will begin copying some of the installation files. Eventually though, the file copy process will stop and Setup will display a warning message similar to the one that's shown in Figure C. In this case, Setup is telling you that Exchange must recycle the Transport Service in order for the installation to be completed. If recycling the service isn't an option right now, you can click the Skip button to complete the installation, but ForeFront won't work until after the service has been restarted.

Figure C

Setup may ask you for permission to restart an Exchange service.

It is worth mentioning that Setup may not always ask to restart this service, or may ask you to restart other services. The actual services that need to be recycled will depend on the roles that the server is performing. In case you are wondering, the screen shots that I am using in this article were taken from an edge transport server.

If you click Next, Exchange will recycle the requested service. When the process completes, Setup will tell you that the installation has been completed. Click Finish to close the Setup wizard.

Installation Complete!

Now that you have installed ForeFront, it's time to finish configuring and fine tuning it. For right now though, I know that you might be curious to take a look around the administrative console. You can access the administrative console by selecting the ForeFront Server Security Administrator command from the Start | All Programs | Microsoft ForeFront Server Security | Exchange Server menu. Upon doing so, you will see a prompt asking you which server you want to connect to. The current server is selected by default, so just click OK.

At this point, you will see a warning message that tells you how many days you have remaining before you have to license ForeFront. As you can see in Figure D, you have the option of either activating the software right now, or clicking OK to continue the trial.

Figure D

You can either use ForeFront in evaluation mode, or you can activate the software if you have purchased licenses for it.

Even if you have already purchased ForeFront licenses, I recommend running ForeFront in evaluation mode until you get any kinks worked out. That way you won't end up in a situation in which you have to uninstall and then reinstall software that has already been activated.

Ayesha Takia to walk the ramp at IIFA


Mumbai, May 29 (IANS) The charming and bubbly Bollywood actress Ayesha Takia will walk the ramp for designer friend Vikram Phadnis at the ninth International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards, starting June 6 in Bangkok.

"I will be there for Vikram Phadnis, who is a very close friend of mine. He has designed some exclusive collections and it will be great fun to be there for him. Besides, I am also excited for my film 'De Taali'," Ayesha told IANS.

Seen in films like "Socha Naa Tha" and "Sunday", Ayesha will also promote her forthcoming film "De Taali" at IIFA.

"IIFA is a great platform where people from various parts of the world get to see a film. It opens the film to the whole world. I think this is an ideal platform to showcase and promote a film. I am very excited about it," she said.

Directed by Eshwar Niwas and produced by Ravi Walia, the film is about love and friendship and presents Ayesha in a different incarnation along with Aftab Shivdasani, Ritiesh Deshmukh and Rimii Sen.

Explaining her role, the actress said: "I play a tomboyish character for the first time in the film. My character is very close to Aftab and Ritiesh," Ayesha said.

The three day IIFA weekend will start with the premiere of Ram Gopal Varma's "Sarkar Raj". The political thriller brings together Amitabh Bachchan, who is also the brand ambassador of IIFA, his son Abhishek and daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai.

The event is expected to draw Bollywood fans to Bangkok from around the region.

Mithun Chakraborty threatens Ekta Kapoor!


By Subhash K. Jha

Mumbai, May 29 (IANS) National Award winning actor Mithun Chakraborty threatens TV tycoon Ekta Kapoor - on screen. It happens in her home production "C Kkompany".

"That's right," laughed Mithun. "I've a seriously funny role in Ekta's 'C Kkompany'. I play this small time don called Dattu Satellite, who has a fascination for TV artistes.

"I go and warn Ekta against torturing her TV artistes. I'm having so much fun with varied characters," Mithun told IANS.

His son Mimoh's tame debut "Jimmy" and his non-performer "Don Muthuswamy", which released this week, are far from defeat for the actor's spirit. "He'll fight his way to his destiny. No one can stop him," he says about Mimoh.

Mithun himself is back in action and doing different kinds of roles.

"I enjoyed playing a funny gangster in 'Don Muthuswamy'. Imagine a Bengali playing a south Indian don. I've played a south Indian before in 'Agneepath'."

Filmmakers are today willing to write roles specially for the actor. This is one of the busiest phases in the 1970s superstar's career.

"I've just finished 'Phir Kabhi' with Dimple Kapadia and Rati Agnihotri produced by Culture Company and UTV. It's a very different love story about a happily married man whose first love returns after his wife dies. His granddaughter plays cupid.

"My character keeps talking to his dead wife. I've done a lot of films with Dimple. She's a pal and she's given a great performance."

Mithun is partial about his two former co-stars - Ranjita Kaur, whom he fondly calls Robby and Padmini Kolhapure.

He said: "Robby and Padmini Kolhapure were my very favourite co-stars and buddies. Padmini drifted away after she got married. But Robby and I are still buddies. You'll be surprised to see we still fight like we used to."

The pair featured in over a dozen films in the 1980s. Among them "Tarana" and "Surakshaa" were big hits. Now the 50-plus pair is coming back together.

It was a very emotional journey down memory lane for Mithun when he met up with his steadiest and most adored co-star Ranjita in Pune some time ago.

"I met Robby in Pune very recently. She lives there now. Together we visited the Pune Film Institute where my whole journey as an actor began. I went to touch and kiss the number on the room where I stayed. It was a very emotional journey."

"Ashu Trikha's 'Zindagi Tere Naam' brings me and Ranjita together after many years. It was an extremely nostalgic experience for both of us. Interestingly, there's a flashback where two youngsters who look like us will play our parts."

Mithun gets sentimental about all his co-stars.

"I was friendly with all my co-stars. I've worked with all of them from Rekha to Shabana Azmi to Zeenat Aman to Parveen Babi.

"I even worked with Sharmila Tagoreji in a Bengali film directed by Uttam Kumar where she had a double role with me and Uttamda."

In his last release "My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves', he played newcomer Nikhil Diwedi's mentor.

"I played a Catholic priest. But he was no ordinary priest. I didn't just preach, I fought as well. In the end I showed the protagonist my martial arts skill to fight injustice. It was a very interesting role.

"Director E. Niwas is a very good friend of mine. And the debutant, Nikhil, is unconventional, just like I was when I came in."

Asus Bringing Wiimote like Controllers to PC

Asus has recently announced their new game controllers, the Eee Sticks. Utilizing the same concept as Nintendo’s Wiimote, come mid-august Eee PC owners will be able to swing their arms around in a ridiculous fashion to control on screen movements (not saying that isn’t fun).

The Eee Sticks will be bundled with both the Eee PC laptops and desktops later this year, with bundles that include 5-8 compatible games coming next year in a price range of $66-$82.

While Asus has only talked to a few game publishers about compatible games at this time they are hoping to expand their Eee Stick line with companies such as EA.

(Image and tip via Gamepro)

Ninja Gaiden II Demo Hits Japan

While the game is less than a week away from it’s release date, the few lucky Japanese Xbox 360 owners will get a taste of the action a little bit sooner.

A demo for the cut-em-up Ninja Gaiden II has hit Xbox Live in Japan, but what about the rest of us? Well, there isn’t really any news regarding when the demo will be released in the US or UK other than ’soon’.

Ninja Gaiden II is currently in its last stages of development by Team Ninja and will hit North American shelves on June 3rd and European shelves on June 6th, exclusively for the Xbox 360.

Guitar Hero 4 Wii DLC to Feature New Songs

Shacknews carries confirmation from Vicarious Visions that the Wii edition of Guitar Hero: World Tour will support true downloadable content when it is released this Fall, meaning that it will allow users to purchase and download new songs in addition to user-created music.

“There’s downloadable content for the Wii, similar to what you’d expect, downloadable songs,” said studio CEO Karthik Bala to the publication. “The GH Tunes and the Music Studio [are] separate features.”

He, however, still would not divulge details as to how the company plans on supporting downloadable content on the console’s paltry 512MB of internal storage.

The game is due out this Fall on PS3, PS2, Xbox 360 and Wii.

Beyond Good & Evil Sequel to be More Casual

Revealed just a few days ago, Ubisoft president Yves Guillemot has disclosed some more details on Beyond Good & Evil 2, the upcoming sequel to the critically acclaimed action-adventure title.

Speaking at the recent Ubidays press event in Paris, Guillemot said that the sequel will appeal to casual gamers more than the first game, which he believes was a little too difficult to get into.

“We saw with Beyond Good & Evil that so many customers were extremely happy with the game,” he told Next-gen. “We had a different audience at that time. We had more core gamers than casual gamers than we have today.

“We think the game was probably a little too difficult for the general gamers at that time. We’re going to make [the sequel] more accessible and make sure that it’s really done for the new generation that’s come into video games.”

The game currently does not have any release date, but as a consolation it can be said that series creator Michael Ancel is on board to direct the project, so it will hopefully be good and live up to its name

Far Cry 2 Campaign to be LONG

farcry2pc CVG reports that the single-player campaign in FarCry 2 may take up to 50 hours. This comes from the game’s producer, Louis-Pierre Pharand, who stated the fact when asked about cooperative play.

“We decided to abandon [co-op gameplay] for this installment simply because of the complexity and size of the game,” he said. “Add the Multi experience & the Map Editor… gamers will have their money’s worth with FarCry2.”

The game will reportedly mix Grand Theft Auto style free-roaming environments with a mission-focused structure. It is due out later this year on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Dark Horizon Sighted

logo Paradox Interactive has announced Dark Horizon, a space combat simulator that will let players pilot their own ship through an “action-packed” adventure. Hyped to be along the same lines as classics Freelancer and Wing Commander, the game will offer 22 missions, full ship customization, original weapon creation, joystick support and several modes of combat.

Dark Horizon is scheduled for release during Q3 2008.

No Mandatory Install for Fallout 3

While Xbox 360 gamers can pop in a disc and start playing within moments, PS3 owners have been subjected to mandatory game installs that range from short to the excruciatingly long. However, gamers who buy the PS3 version of Fallout 3, Bethesda’s upcoming epic action-RPG, will not have to put up with the percentage bar as it will not feature any game installs.

“The answer to that is no, there isn’t,” said Pete Hines, described as Bethesda’s marketing guru. “That doesn’t mean we don’t use the hard drive, just that it does it in the background as opposed to a large, upfront install.”

He wouldn’t reveal the exact amount of space the game will need on the hard drive, though he does mention that the RPG will require a similar amount of space as Oblivion, which used about 4GB of storage on the PS3’s hard drive.

Fallout 3 is expected for release this Fall on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Lepakshi expo showcases wide array of products

Over 120 artisans from different States are taking part

AP Handicrafts Development Corporation has achieved a turnover of Rs. 50 crores

The business target for the current fiscal was fixed at Rs.60 crores

Photo: K.R. Deepak

Traditional touch: V. Venkatramaiah (centre), Managing Director of Andhra Pradesh Handicrafts Development Corporation going around the Lepakshi expo in Visakhapatnam on Friday. —

VISAKHAPATNAM: Myriad facets of handicrafts and rich colourful handlooms from all over the country are the main attractions of the Lepakshi exhibition-cum-sale that started at T.T.D. Kalyana Mandapam, M.V.P. Colony, here on Friday.

More than 120 artisans representing different States are taking part in the expo. Handicraft items like palm leaf fans, Kondapalli and Etikoppaka toys, dokra castings, hand-paintings from Sri Kalahasti, furniture items from Banjara are some of items on display here.

Mixed textures

The handloom section is a colourful array of mixed designs and textures. While materials from Mangalagiri, Chirala, Pochampally and Uppada form a major part in the handloom section, an attractive range of cotton kurtas, dress materials and sarees from Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bengal and Madurai are also on display.

Managing Director of AP Handicrafts Development Corporation V. Venkatramaiah told media persons that the corporation has achieved a turnover of Rs.50 crores in 2007-08.

Expansion plans

The business target for the current fiscal was fixed at Rs.60 crores. Venturing into newer fields, the corporation has decided to procure 100 tonnes of red sanders from the Forest Department for manufacture of export products, which is expected to fetch a business target of Rs.5 crores to the corporation.

Red sanders products have great demand in countries like Japan and China, he said.

Speaking about the expansion plans of the corporation, he said that new showrooms are coming up in Tirupati, Kadapa, Guntur, Hyderabad and Chennai. Lepakshi showroom manager K. Srihari said that the corporation aims to achieve a sales target of Rs.20 lakhs through this exhibition.

The exhibition is on till June 15 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Gang selling darshan tickets busted

TIRUMALA: Sleuths of the TTD’s Vigilance and Security busted a racket and took four persons into custody at Tirumala on charges of selling darshan tickets in black market.

Laying a trap for Rajesh, working as a mason in the Municipal Corporation of Tirupati, and his three accomplices, the Vigilance guards pretended to be devotees in dire need of darshan. The four were rounded up immediately after they accepted money for arranging darshan.

Clerk’s name revealed

The middlemen also revealed the name of a clerk working in the office of the Special Officer (Tirumala), who had assured to help them in arranging the seva tickets. In yet another incident, a ten-member party from Malaysia lodged a complaint to the Vigilance officials to have paid Rs. 5,000 for darshan to a travel operator in Chennai, who in turn had directed them to meet an employee working in the TTD’s Forest Department at Tirumala and pay Rs. 5,000 more.

The devotees realised that they had been fleeced only when the employee failed to turn up with tickets.

Hanuman Jayanti celebrated with fervour

Free transportation to first ghat road temple in place

Easy access to Dhruva, Rama, Sita kunds provided

Tirumala: The auspicious ‘Hanuman Jayanti’ was celebrated with religious fervour at the famous hill temple of lord Venkateswara.

The temple priests performed special pujas at the Bedi Anjaneya Swamy temple situated in front of the main temple complex and at the 60-ft tall Prasanna Anjaneya Swamy at the seventh mile on the first ghat road.

The Prasanna Anjaneya temple management had made arrangements for free transportation to the first ghat road to facilitate devotees to reach the destination without any inconvenience whatsoever.

Jabali theertam

On the other hand, celebrations were marked at the sprawling Jabali theertham situated about 5 km from here amid dense forest.

The ancient Hathi Ram Babaji Mutt authorities who administer the ashram and the State Endowments Department officials jointly made elaborate arrangements at the ashram. Several thousands of devotees turned up at the place and also participated in the ‘annadanam’.

Easy access was provided to the Dhruv, Rama and Sita kunds situated in the upper reaches of the theertham. Besides, hundreds of devotees who had taken the Hanuman ‘deeksha’ on the lines of Ayyappa donning ‘malas’ on Friday ceremoniously ended their 41 day-long ‘deeksha’.

Friday, May 30, 2008

General Motors Chevrolet Spark Review Features Details

Well Chevrolet Spark was lunched last year in India by General motors. Spark was actually, the old Daewoo Matiz, but now General Motors sells it under Spark brand. General motors lunched it to compete with Maruti Alto, Zen Estilo, Wagon R Hyundai Santro and Tata Indica Zeta for the market share. Chevrolet is available in two versions and both are petrol: 795cc and 995cc. The 795cc engine claims to give a mileage of 19.2kpl with a top speed of 142 km/hr. You would buy it from Rs.3, 40,000 onwards. The care came with some great features and looks.

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* Full wheel cover
* Tinted glass
* Both sides OSRVMs
* Body-coloured bumper

* Fabric upholstery
* Fabric insert on door trims
* Rear parcel shelf

* Rear door child locks
* 2.5MPH front and rear bumpers
* Door ajar warning display
* Center high mount stop lamps
* Central locking

Some other features:
* Rear door child locks
* 2.5MPH front and rear bumpers
* Door ajar warning display
* Center high mount stop lamps
* Central locking
* Cup holders in front console
* Bottle holders in front doors
* Day/night rear view mirror
* Remote fuel filler release

Technical Specifications:
* Seating Capacity (person) 5 person
* No of Doors 5 door
* Power 63 PS @ 5400 rpm
* Torque 90 Nm @ 4200 rpm

It is completely a great car for those who wants low budget cars and want some extra features like other car provides.

Skoda Fabia Review Photos Technical Specifications

Skoda Fabia is lunched recently in India and it was Skoda’s first small car in India. The new ‘Fabia’, launched by the European car maker Skoda is perfect option for those who are looking for a small car with stylish looks and great feature. The Fabia is available in six colors - Corrida Red, Satin Grey, Brilliant Silver, Magic Black, Candy White and Cappuccino beige. So you would get color of your choice. With its price in the chain of Rs. 5.50.000 to 7.50.000, Skoda Fabia promises to the buyer first-class luxury, state-of-the-art technology and world-class features within your budget.

Skoda Fabia has been launched in two models, a diesel one with 1422cc engine and a petrol one with 1198cc engine and both are popular in these segments.

Technical Specifications:
Maximum Horsepower
44 kW (ECE) 5200 rpm (Petrol)
51 kW (ECE) 4000 rpm (Diesel)
Maximum Torque
108 Nm @ 3000 rpm (Petrol)
155 Nm @ 1600-2800 rpm (Diesel)
Seating Capacity: 05

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The mileage of the car is said to be somewhere around 16 km/l and it have a maximum speed of 155 km/hr in petrol version. The driving of this car is absolutely smooth as and you are sure to have a great time when you will drive your cars on highways. The car catches a speed of 125 kmph in few seconds only! Skoda Fabia is equipped with dual front air bags, alloy wheels, parking sensors, ABS, MSR and Dual Rate-Brake Assist, auxiliary audio input, electric sunroof and dual tone interiors. So it makes a completely luxurious car for you.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Game SpellCaster


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Abracadabra for MAC 1.1

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

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