LASIK Houston

There is nothing better than being able to wake up on a vacation and look out the window and see the glorious scenery. If you are like many people out there there are a few more processes that you need to go through in order to achieve this, and that is hy you should look into LASIK Houston.  When you have to wake up, then put on your glasses, or walk to the bathroom without bumping into anything to put your contacts in you need to find a better alternative. The best alternative is LASIK. Houston has many doctors that have the experience to back them up when it comes to this surgery. That want you to live your life being able to see what is around you. They don’t want you to worry about all the glasses and contacts any more. LASIK Houston will make it so that you can see the world without being dependent on other means to help you achieve it.

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window tinting Orlando

There are many people out there that don’t know the benefits of window tinting. Orlando has the most need for this service. With the high temperatures all year long in Florida, it is not considered an upgrade here it is considered a necessity. Though most people considered window tinting Orlando only for cars they are dreadfully wrong. The thing film or laminate can be installed to the interior many surfaces that have glass. This is for automobiles,, boats, homes and buildings. The film helps block the UV rays that come in. Window tinting on cars help filter the sun so the interior of the car is not so hot when left. It also helps keep the interior from aging prematurely. This is also the same case with building and homes. The UV light when filtered cant cause fading with carpet or furniture. It also helps keep the utility bills at a minimum because the air-conditioning units can keep up with the heat. Most people put thick drapes that block out the sun to keep the heat out. This is no longer necessary. Because you are not blacking the windows, you no longer need to add the lights on too. This saves the even more on the utility bills. This window film can even be put on the window sif you want privacay. Most companies use this on their buildings so they can still add light in but they don’t have to sacrifice privacy. This film will save you money over time, and paying for itself in the same short time. This can give you the peace of mind that you need. There are many uses for this window film helping keep each business, vehicle, and even boats with the advantages of using window tinting Orlando.

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Cido Bianchi – Só Amor

Não estou exercendo nenhum tipo de pirataria ou comercializando musicas. Pirataria é o comercio ilegal de músicas, e as que se encontram postadas no YouTube …
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Colloidal silver

When people want a mineral supplement they want it to do something for their body. One type many people have started using is colloidal silver. This silver is used for many practices including an antibiotic. It is used in alternative medicine and was used as an antibiotic until the 1940s. It is also used as an anti-inflammatory that can be taken orally and topically. Colloidal silver is actual nano particles of silver suspended in water. This is somewhat of a process and it needs machines that cannot be bought and brought home. There are many people out there claiming they have to real product and they don’t. no matter what the colloidal product you are better off having pure silver and pure water. These particles are so small they are only a few times larger than the atom. It does not interfere with any medications either. Colloidal silver has helped may people help heal many different ailments.

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Piracy killing software market – Tv9

piracy killing software market.
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Most Pirated Holiday Movies of 2013 Report Released by CEG TEK International


Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

According to a new report issued by CEG TEK International (CEG TEK), during the days leading up to Christmas, the daily P2P download demand by BitTorrent users of the Most Pirated Holiday Movies of 2013 approached 185,000 globally. Activity surrounding the number one pirated movie, Home Alone (1990), increased every day on average. The films monitored were based on a list of 33 classic and popular holiday movies.

The report, The Most Pirated Holiday Movies of 2013 “shows a demand for recent and classic holiday films and television specials, some of which may be difficult to find in stores or online, commented Co-Founder & COO, Kyle Reed. CEG TEK’s proprietary detection software was designed with several unique abilities including tracking without active participation. “Few movie genres rival the nostalgia associated with holiday films,” said Jon Nicolini, Co-Founder & CTO, “and the popularity we’ve detected asserts these films’ continued relevance as part of our culture.”

To see the complete Most Pirated Holiday Movies 2013 Report, please visit http://www.cegtek.com/holiday

MOST PIRATED HOLIDAY MOVIES OF 2013

Film Title – Average Daily Global Demand

1) Home Alone (1990) – 20,169

2) Arthur Christmas (2011) – 16,719

3) A Christmas Carol (2009) – 16,143

4) How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) – 15,435

5) Love Actually (2003) – 14,634

6) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) – 11,312

7) It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) – 8,903

8) Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (1992) – 8,827

9) Bad Santa (2003) – 7,781

10) The Polar Express (2004) – 7,775

11) Elf (2003) – 6,206

12) The Holiday (2006) – 4,873

13) The Santa Clause (1994) – 4,719

14) The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) – 3,881

15) Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) – 3,842

16) A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) – 3,759

17) Gremlins (1984) – 3,669

18) White Christmas (1954) – 3,628

19) Christmas Vacation (1989) – 3,159

20) Miracle on 34th Street (1947) – 2,846

21) How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) – 2,534

22) A Christmas Story (1983) – 2,363

23) Miracle on 34th Street (1994) – 1,968

24) Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970) – 1,521

25) Frosty the Snowman (1969) – 1,195

26) Santa Claus (1985) – 868

27) Scrooged (1988) – 755

28) Holiday Inn (1942) – 714

29) Santa Claus: The Movie (1985) – 575

30) The Bishop’s Wife (1947) – 532

31) Scrooge (1951) – 363

32) A Christmas Carol (1951) – 353

33) Christmas in Connecticut (1945) 141

Visit http://www.cegtek.com/holiday to see the complete Most Pirated Holiday Movies 2013 Report. To learn more about CEG TEK’s services or to schedule a free consultation, please call 877 526 7974 ext 175, email salesteam(at)cegtek(dot)com, or visit http://www.cegtek.com.

CEG TEK offers comprehensive anti-piracy solutions and in-depth business intelligence services to combat digital piracy. Customized to suit the specific needs of all content creators of film, audio, video, image, text, video games and software, CEG TEK’s automated process continuously monitors valuable features, detects and validates infringements, and responds immediately to minimize loss. CEG TEK’s proprietary system provides multiple anti-piracy solutions including a service solution that is available at no cost to the content owner.


Content Takedown: CEG TEK’s proprietary Takedown Notice service provides perpetual global monitoring and managed takedown notifications for creative content across multiple Peer-to-Peer protocols and websites.

Content Tracking: CEG TEK’s Data Services identify infringements and provide an invaluable flow of raw data.

Business Intelligence: CEG TEK’s Business Intelligence service provides the data analysis content owners need to accurately interpret data and make key business decisions.

Monetization: CEG TEK’s premier Monetization service protects and monetizes content across multiple Peer-to-Peer protocols and websites, at no cost to the content rights owner.

CEG TEK understands the extensive lengths, sacrifices, and risks filmmakers and content owners take to reach audiences worldwide. CEG TEK’s in-house team of technology, intellectual property, and legal experts work together to ensure that owners’ valuable creative works are protected from digital piracy. To learn more about CEG TEK’s services, please visit http://www.cegtek.com. To schedule a free consultation please call 877 526 7974 ext 175 or email salesteam(at)cegtek(dot)com.

About CEG TEK International

CEG TEK International provides first-in-class copyright, trademark and brand protection, offering in-depth business intelligence and comprehensive anti-piracy solutions to rights & content owners worldwide. Cutting edge technology enables us to track, analyze, and protect all types of content & assets including Movies, Music, Video Games, Software, Books, Images, Logos, Brands, Trademarks, Products, and Text across multiple Peer-to-Peer protocols (P2P) and websites globally. To learn more about CEG TEK’s services, please visit http://www.cegtek.com.







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Satellite phone rentals

Satellite phone rental are great for those adventurers that only need the once and a while. The stores that offer these allow a person to rest the phones for a period of time when they need them. This helps for those that are going on a trip where there will be no cell reception. If you want to enjoy your vacation worry free, you will want to go and get satellite phone rentals. these phones are models of the newest models so you can try it out before you buy it. There are many different kinds and some even allow you to use basic internet. This way you are still in touch with everyone and you can still enjoy your adventure without worrying.  When you rent you don’t have the monthly fee to deal with. You just get them when you need them. Satellite phone rentals have helped many get satellite phones when they need them

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Merge Healthcare Announces Authentic eFilm Software Amnesty Program : Merge is first healthcare firm to join the SIIA in fight against software piracy


MILWAUKEE & WASHINGTON (PRWEB) October 7, 2008

Since 2003, more than 100,000 copies of eFilm Workstation have been downloaded from Merge Healthcare’s web site, making it one of the most widely used DICOM-based diagnostic imaging desktop systems in the world. Clinicians use eFilm Workstation (an FDA-approved Class II Medical Device) to view digital MRI, CT, X-ray and other images to diagnose and recommend patient treatment. Product development of eFilm follows FDA guidelines and undergoes rigorous testing to ensure functionality within specified technology environments. Merge modifies and enhances the solution as environments change, and provides updates to customers. These updates may not be reaching users of pirated or unsupported copies, which could increase the risk of individuals using software that does not meet the high standards of the medical imaging industry.

“We value our eFilm customer base, and hope to convert all of the non-compliant users into authorized users of the current and most robust version to date. We believe there are users of unauthorized copies of eFilm that may not be aware of the implications of using unlicensed or unsupported versions of the software. This initiative supports clinicians, and ultimately the safety of patients, by helping to ensure safe and effective use of what we consider to be the world’s best stand-alone diagnostic imaging workstation,” said Nancy Koenig, President of Merge Fusion.

Under the Authentic eFilm program, Merge requests eFilm users with license validity concerns to complete a software audit form by December 31, 2008. Forms and information are available at http://www.authenticefilm.com. Participation in this process will enable organizations to validate compliance with end-user licenses, including verification that they are not using pirated versions, shared software, multiple installations or expired licenses. Users who discover they are non-compliant have the opportunity to purchase a license without penalty during the amnesty period, which expires on December 31, 2008. Academic and charitable organizations may apply for discounted eFilm software from Merge by completing an application from the http://www.authenticefilm.com web site.

On January 1, 2009, SIIA will

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Arxan to Present at 1st Workshop on Virtual Machine Security (VMSec)

Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) October 30, 2008

Arxan Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of application hardening solutions designed to protect software applications from tampering to minimize risk and maximize profitability, today announces the Company’s participation at the 1st Workshop on Virtual Machine Security (VMSec), taking place in conjunction with the ACM Conference on Computer & Communications Security at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia on October 31 from 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. EST.

Dr. John R. Rice of Arxan and Purdue University will be presenting the paper entitled, “Binding Software to Specific Native Hardware in a VM Environment: The PUF Challenge and Opportunity.”

“Virtualization is an important technology milestone, but what many software and hardware providers forget in the rush to ‘get virtual’ is the security risks it brings,” says Mike Dager, CEO of Arxan Technologies. “We are excited to participate in this conference and to be at the forefront of the research and dialogue that is happening at this leading academic center.”

This workshop, the first of its kind to deal exclusively with virtual machine security, will tackle important research topics in virtualization security. The implementation of virtualization has exploded in growth and it is being used to study and prevent malicious software infection, yet virtualization itself is now the subject of attack. There are many practical situations in which, by policy, software is supposed to run on a specific hardware instance. This is not only useful to combat piracy, but also in national security situations, such as a battlefield loss of critical technology, where it is paramount that an enemy be unable to rehost the system on a different set of hardware. Attendees will learn how to guard against these attacks by using Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs), and gain an understanding of the challenges and opportunities for virtualization that PUFs bring.

About Arxan Technologies, Inc.

Arxan Technologies Inc. is a leading provider of application hardening solutions designed to protect software applications from tampering to minimize risk and maximize profitability. Our advanced software protection solutions secure enterprises, ISVs and digital media providers against unauthorized use, malware insertion, piracy, and reverse engineering of intellectual property. Our products defend, detect and react to attacks through a threat-based, customizable approach that is proven, easy to use and non-disruptive. Arxan supports a full range of application protection needs, from commercial software to military grade assurance. The government relies on Arxan Defense Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Arxan Technologies, to deliver a best-of-breed anti-tamper platform to protect critical program information. Founded in 2001, Arxan Technologies has offices in Bethesda, San Francisco and West Lafayette, IN. For more information, please visit http://www.arxan.com.

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Jodi Wadhwa

Arxan Technologies

301-968-4295

jwadhwa@arxan.com

Amanda Munroe

SHIFT Communications

617-779-1816

amunroe@shiftcomm.com

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Tech Path Episode 2: Piracy

A short video explaining the workings of piracy. I do not condone software piracy, and this video is for educational purposes only.
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