Digital Dragons Initial Page

This is our very first post here.

Hi there! I’m root, as in the owner of this site and all our blogs I have a great dog named blah blah blah, and I like piña coladas. (And getting’ caught in the rain dancing about.

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9 Responses to Digital Dragons Initial Page

  1. Credit for your modern products you have disclosed in your article. Have you ever considered about adding a little bit more than just the posts? The matter is tremendous although with movie cut, this website could definitely be the most effective inside the industry. Back to the topic, thanks to your piece I found precisely just what I happened searching for.

  2. root says:

    I don’t get what you mean about “more than just the posts”, could you please elaborate, I made this site in more of a rush, if you noticed the initial pages in the root directory have not been designed well, actually I did them by hand, no themes etc, I just don’t like the idea of wordpress being the base of my web. It kind of limits your potential in terms of being flexible in development.
    I am trying to work out a solution as to how I will integrate my previous projects to the word press section.
    If it works out well then wordpress will be the base dir.
    If you are experienced in handling wordpress Content management or know of a way please feel free to share.

  3. GuitarBob says:

    For anyone who is serious abut this, I think the first thing to do is to use the Clam AV port–not the ClamWin port and slap a GUI onto it. The GUI would mainly consists of scripts to run Clam AV for Windows–mainly scan selected folders, and update–anything else would be nice but could be added later. Perhaps you could also enable clamdscan instead of Clamscan. I understand that clamdscan is sort of a half-assed real-time scanner–maybe you could get it to work for Windows. Once all this is done, all you need to do is graft a simple common sense heuristic module onto the existing code (check the PE header while open for a few items, double extensions, stuff like that)–it’s better than what Clam AV presently has. I have the heuristics ready to go, but it is going to take me some time to code it in Lazarus, as I have to do some learning first. If clamd scan can’t run in Windows, use clamscan instead and develop a real-time scanner later. Clam Sentinel developer Andrea Russo once said that the method he uses in Sentinel (exclusive control as files are modified, added, or copied) could be used as a model by the ClamWin developers. This model shouldn’t take very long to set up.


  4. root says:

    Hi guys, am currently facing an internet outage.
    Most mobile operators have removed unlimited internet subscription packages, now in most cyber cafes in our region rely on fiber which I currently don‘t have and neither does the cybers in our town.
    Anyway the good news is I have installed Win 8.1 and possibly tommorow I‘ll install the latest Visual studio Express which had earlier on refused to install on =< Win 7. Too bad I was forced to install Win 8 due to malware that was infecting my softwares (executables), Essentials was ever up eating 70% of the Cpu, citing some infected files, I had originally under-estimated Windows Defender against essential but right now I consider it the best Av of all time. Anyway too cut the long story short I‘ll start working on the Service and the Filter driver after installing Visual Studio, I‘ll keep u updated, good day.

  5. A big thank you for your blog post.Thanks Again. Great.

  6. fVeRBC Thank you, I have just been searching for information about this subject for ages and yours is the best I have discovered till now. But, what about the bottom line? Are you sure about the source?

  7. lee says:

    Hey… where are you located and how much do you charge for a JTAG service on galaxy S2 from the US.


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