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Linux is a freeware, open-source operating system that has various distributions, which include Fedora Core. With this OS, users can access many latest open source applications. The OS uses a disk structure similar to various other Linux distributions and may face the same problem of corruption as others do. Corruption makes it unbootable and inaccessible, causing severe data loss. In situations like this, you are required to opt for Linux data recovery solutions to get your valuable data recovered.
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    Sunday, 25 December 2011 17:51

    Microsoft's exploit in windows 7 x64

    While Microsoft are constantly doing their superior to patch any security spot in Windows 7, it’s easier said than done.

    A new Zero-day exploit has been discovered which can lead to the blue screen of death on a machine running Windows 7 64 bit.

    Published in Microsoft

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