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tanning mom drunk

31 Aug

do you all remember tanning mom the mom that tanned her 3 year old daughter right/ well she’s back take a look.

Tanning Mom Patricia Krentcil could barely stay upright last night at a gay NYC nightclub — stumbling all over the place, laughing hysterically, flashing her panties … and it was all caught on tape.

Seriously, words can’t describe how wasted she was — in fact, the 44-year-old mother was so messed up … she had to be escorted off the stage because she kept trying to snatch the MC’s mic away.

It’s really awkward. The guy’s expression says it all.

Krentcil had been invited to the midtown XL Nightclub to host the weekly “Hot Mess” party — appropriately named — but her hosting duties were cut short because she was so out of it.

You’ll recall, Tanning Mom was charged with child endangerment earlier this year after allegedly bringing her daughter to a tanning salon. She pled not guilty.

Unfortunately, there’s no pleading out of this one.

tips to pervent people to hack your computer

13 Apr

10) Comment Attacks

Comments are one of most prized features for blogs, and helps create a great relationship between the author and the reader, and also between readers in the wider community. It would also be easy for someone to insert HTML code that causes trouble.

You need to “validate” the form input before it’s accepted, to strip out all but the most basic HTML tags, for example and also if you’re using WordPress – you can utilize the “Keyword Filter” to block out any harsh words that might raise an issue or two.

9) Unsolicited Installation of Scripts

It can be dangerous to install third-party scripts and programs on your website unless you understand what they are actually doing. Even if you don’t fully understand the programming, you can read through the code and look for tell-tale signs such as references to third-party URLS.

You can also visit community forums such as SitePoint and DigitalPoint to ask around for better advice.

8) Avoid Scam/Spammy Websites

In a desperate attempt to get visitors you might consider try extensive viral marketing and other means of gaining the attention, this may cause a few people in the wrong community to raise a few eyebrows.

The last thing you need as a settled web-master is to cause a stir amongst the wrong people. Stay away from websites and especially forums that offer “information” or “get traffic quick” that uses illegal spam lists and such.

7) Clear the Cookies!

web_cookie2Personally, I use a lot of public computers to blog and do other online activities, maybe because it’s convenient or my unreliable ISP crashed on my once more. Inevitable there’s many, many webmasters like me that use public services for either a quick access or regular work.

Just don’t forget to clear out the cookies and cache before you leave! Even if the service provider claims “no tracking of privacy” or anything along those lines, a quick clean before you leave wouldn’t hurt anyone.

6) Prevent illegal farmers’ from “harvesting” your lists

Hacking techniques are used to “harvest” email addresses, which are then used by spammers and other hackers for malicious activities. If you are storing email data on your website, for what-ever required reason, make sure it’s stored in a secure format, such as a MySQL Database.

Most top-CMS such as WordPress and Joomla make this compulsory but there’s many self written CMS’s too. If your script simply writes data to a text called “emails.txt” it won’t be long before someone sniffs it out.

5) Make sure your files are using the correct CHMOD Permissions

chmodCHMOD File Permissions assign a specific value to every file/folder on your server, which allows different levels of access.

CHMOD Permission range from 000 (No access) to 777 (Full access), you must decide which files get what permissions, but be warned that some third party software require higher permissions to operate properly. You need to balance out features with security and make an informed decision.

Using a FTP you can change the permissions given to each file/folder on your server. This is vital to ensure any unauthorized access to your content is comprehensively denied.

Note – Make sure your CHMOD settings work with your current web-hosts. Some hosts prevent ’777′ for security reasons.

4) Don’t use Generic Usernames

Using common words for usernames such as “admin”, “administrator” or “Site Owner” can cause many implications because you are simply making the job of the hacker’s a lot easier. By using such common words for your username, you are incredibly increasing the success rate of the hacker by at least a few points of a percentage, which is consider a lot where only one answer can be right from an unlimited range of combinations.

3) Securing your Ports

To put in simple words, a “PORT” is used to access data from outside the server. It also utilized to transfer data both ways, into the server and also outgoing. Most of this activity is behind closed doors and happens automatically, and only trained professionals tend to play around with such details.

Nevertheless, ports are constantly opened & closed for easy-access, for programs such as a FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This can be favorable for any hackers attempting to access your sensitive files, so make sure any unwanted ports are ‘properly closed.’

2) Updated Security Patches

If your web hosting provider hasn’t already done so, you should check that all the latest security patches for various aspects of the service are properly installed. As you might know, WordPress (self-hosted) is one of the most popular Content Management Systems out there on the market.

It is used by millions- so it’s not surprising to see many hackers working day/night trying to hack it. Updates and patches are regularly released, so keep an eye out for all your plug-ins/core files.

1) Use Strong Passwords!

password_starThe number one technique you can possibly implement. Hackers are experts at programming computers to plough through huge amounts of data very quickly. That’s the reason longer passwords are more secure; the number of possible combinations grows exponentially with every extra character added.

Hackers employ a technique called “dictionary attack” where they repeatedly try username and password combinations by running through hundreds of common words, phrases, numbers and combination them till they get lucky. It’s important you use random strings like “j@m13s(!)” instead of perhaps “jamie123″

Lastly, this cannot be a ‘tip’ instead a complusory step in setting up your online community. Make sure your “.htaccess” and “.htpasswrd” is properly formatted with the secure CHMOD of 644. This is important and adds the best out-layer of protection for you and your visitors.

this is a reply to one of my commentor 😀 hope this help

miley cyrus engaged?

25 Mar

eww omg is miley cyrus engaged to her boyfriend. i hope not according to extra

Singer Miley Cyrus sparked speculation of an engagement to boyfriend Liam Hemsworth by tweeting a pic of her newly manicured hand, which also happened to be sporting what looks to be a big diamond on her ring finger.

Miley wrote, “I am soooo obsessed with @jennahipp nail foundations! It looks so chic and classic!” Take a look.



But instead of addressing the rumors, Miley gushed about her beau’s movie “The Hunger Games,” which pulled in a staggering $68.3 million in it’s opening day.

Cyrus tweeted Friday, “Happy Hunger Games everyone. Can’t wait for everyone to see it! Such an amazing film! Jennifer Lawrence is genius.”


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She later expressed her love for her boyfriend of almost two years. “I’m sitting here with 3 dogs who love me unconditionally, a beautiful boyfriend, an amazing family, & 5.2m lovely followers.”

Could there be wedding bells in the future?

BTW she looks like a clown the way she is smiling eww he is too hot for her that’s my opinion

kim k attacked

24 Mar

PETA — the most obvious suspect in the Kim Kardashian flour bomb attack — is adamant the organization is NOT behind the red carpet stunt … but it’s VERY SUPPORTIVE of the attacker. 

A rep for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals tells TMZ … “It was not [us]. We were given the video by an anti-fur activist on the scene.”

Still, a rep for the organization explains, “PETA has tried everything from polite letters to public protests, but Kim Kardashian has not been moved by the news that animals are beaten, electrocuted, and even skinned alive for real fur garments. Whoever threw that flour may reach her when our polite appeals did not.”

As we previously reported, Kim was flour bombed on the red carpet of a Hollywood event last night … while the mystery attacker lady shouted, “Fur Hag!”


whitney houston’s cause of death

22 Mar

The official cause of Whitney Houston’s death has been released by the L.A. Coroner’s office, which cites accidental drowning, with cocaine use and heart disease as the main contributing factors.


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Along with cocaine, “Extra” has learned other drugs where in Houston’s system, including marijuana, Xanax, Flexiril (a muscle relaxant), and Benadryl, but they did not contribute to her death.

The initial results also stated there was no trauma or foul play suspected. It is anticipated that the final Coroner’s report will be available within two weeks.

Houston was found unresponsive and underwater in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February11, a day before the Grammy Awards, and was pronounced dead at the scene soon afterward.

Coroner’s officials previously confirmed that prescription pill bottles were found in her room, but said the number of pills were “not in alarming amounts.”

CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta said that “Cocaine can exacerbate or worsen heart disease.”

Houston, who had long battled drug addiction, was laid to rest on Feb. 19 at the Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, N.J.

UPDATE: The Houston family has released a statement, saying, “We are saddened to learn of the toxicology results, although we are glad to now have closure.”

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