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Facebook Style Footer Admin Panel Part 1
Learn how to recreate the Facebook footer admin panel with CSS and jQuery.

Facebook Fun iPhone App - The true Facebook Fun AppBox
Facebook Fun iPhone App - The true Facebook Fun AppBox that lets you do ALL this in one bundle: 1. +Draw: Finger drawing on your iPhone screen with awesome neon colors. Draw and Post your creation to facebook! 2. +Emoti: Use our collection of over 135 EMOTICONS to spice up your facebook status messages. 3. +Pic: Post Picture or Quick Status messages along with your current location (using iPhone GPS) - shown on google maps.

jQuery 1.4 Released
In celebration of its 4th birthday, the jQuery team is pleased to release the latest major release of the jQuery JavaScript library.

jQuery Animations : A 7-Step Program
A dash of animation can spruce up a dull interface. In this tutorial, you will learn how to do it the right way with jQuery.

jQuery Plugin - Feature List
This jQuery plugin enables simple and easy creation of an interactive Featured Items widget.

dygraphs JavaScript Visualization Library
dygraphs is an open source JavaScript library that produces produces interactive, zoomable charts of time series. It is designed to display dense data sets and enable users to explore and interpret them.

NYC Way: 30+ NYC iPhone Apps in One - From the creators of Ajax Rain
NYC Way is an iPhone application that bundles a variety of NYC resources useful for locals and tourists alike. Experience the power of 30+ NYC related iPhone apps packaged into one- including live traffic cams, restaurant inspection results, wifi hotspots, street food vendors, tourist attractions, subway alerts, nyc news and more. NYC Way is location aware and provides you with information sorted by proximity - based on your current location. Alternatively, you can choose to search far off locations by entering any NYC zip code. The app allows you to update your facebook status or send out a tweet about any place you visited after discovering it on NYC Way.

Drag to Share like Mashable using jQuery
Learn how to replicate the mashable way of drag to share with jQuery and jQuery UI.

Form Element AJAX Spinner Attachment Using jQuery
Learn how to attach an AJAX spinner next to a form element using jQuery.

Dynamically Create Charts Using MooTools MilkChart and Google Analytics
A mix of PHP (the Analytics class), HTML, and MooTools javascript that will connect to Google Analytics, create a HTML table with the statistics for a given month, and use MooTools MilkChart to colorfully chart them out.

Fancy FAQs with MooTools Sliders : Version 2
A method of taking boring FAQs and making them more robust using javascript framework: MooTools.

jQuery youtube playlist plugin - youtubeplaylist
With javascript enabled a nice playlist is created, whilst without javasript the user gets a regular list of links to youtube pages.

milkchart - Graph/Chart library for MooTools
A simple to use, yet robust library for transforming table data into a chart. This library uses the HTML5 canvas tag and is only supported on browsers other than IE for now.

nmcDropDown: A Drop-Down Menu Plugin for jQuery
A quick jQuery plugin for creating drop-down menus.

jQuery maxImage plugin
This plugin will resize and scale targeted images to their max width according to the image ratio, the browser size and some simple options.

Hwy jQuery ListMenu Plugin
Users hover their mouse over a letter and a columnized list of all of the list items that start with that letter appear in a submenu. Mousing off of the letter or menu closes the submenu. Mousing between letters is very fast and the columns in the submenu are nicely balanced. This is great for product lists, address books, contact lists, lists of hotels, parks and recreation areas, etc.


Making A Slick Content Slider
Learn how to make a slick content slider for a computer shop, with the help of jQuery and the MopSlider plugin.

Ext JS Designer Preview
This new version adds many new features to improve your efficiency creating application designs. Once you get accustomed to these features its difficult to live without them.

jVal - jQuery Form Field Validation Plugin
jVal is a jQuery form field validation plugin that provides an appealing animated message flyout that does not impede form layout/design while being user-friendly.

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Website of Sri Lanka's President Defaced by Local Hacktivists
Local hackers have defaced the website of Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena, twice, once on Thursday, August 25, and then the next day on Friday. A group that calls itself The Sri Lankan Youth took credit for the defacement, local newspaper The Sunday Times reports. The hackers asked the government to reconsider moving the GCE A/L exams from April, back to August because it will interfere with Hindu holidays. Following the second defacement, the President's website, which runs on top of WordPress, was taken down for a few hours while officials worked to boost its security. The presidency also reported the crime to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), who started an official investigation. The Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Readiness Team (SLCERT) is also helping. Below is a translation of t...

Hacker Pleads Guilty For "Sextortion" of over a Dozen of Female Victims
Ryan J. Vallee, 22, from New Hampshire, pleaded guilty last week to 31 charges for several crimes, among which were hacking and attempts to extort victims into sending sexually explicit pictures. According to investigators, Vallee, between 2011 and March 2016, hacked the online accounts of his victims, including emails, Facebook and Instagram profiles. Using aliases like Seth Williams and James McRow, Vallee engaged in anonymous communications with his victims, threating to release data he found, unless victims would provide sexually explicit images of them or their friends, in a tactic known as sextortion. Vallee hacked and defaced social media accounts According to a signed plea agreement, Vallee said he often took over his victim's social media accounts, locking the owners out. In cases where the victim did not respond to his threats, he defaced the accounts with compromising content. In a particular case, after obtaining sexually explicit im...

GNOME Builder 3.22 Enters Beta with Many Vim Improvements, New Search & Replace
The GNOME Builder open-source IDE (Integrated Development Environment) designed for the GNOME desktop environment will soon get a major update as part of the upcoming GNOME 3.22 release. A first Beta of GNOME Builder 3.22 was published, and, as usual, we've managed to get our hand on the internal changelog to tell you all about the new features and improvements that will be included in the final release of the software designed for GTK+ and GNOME application developers. Release highlights of GNOME Builder 3.22 Beta (technical version number is 3.21.90) include a brand new Search & Replace functionality, multiple improvements for the Vim text editor, a new build icon, a new Color Picker plugin, as well as various project templates enhancements. New build bar gives developers an overview of many tools Also added in this first Beta milestone of GNOME Builder 3.22 is a new build bar that promises to give developers an overview of many tools they use ...

Shad0wS3C Leaks Data from Paraguay's Government
Shad0wS3C, a new hacking group formed two months ago, has made its presence felt on the hacking scene by leaking data from Paraguay's Secretary of National Emergency (SNE). The data, which Softpedia has received a copy for the purpose of reporting the incident, appears to be a basic dump from a PostgreSQL database. Softpedia was alerted to the incident by Gh0s7, Shad0wS3C's leader and founder. Softpedia received the data last week and during this time, the was operational at all times. Softpedia has reached out to Paraguay's Secretary of National Emergency in an attempt to inform them of the leak so that the institution can investigate and plug any server holes. We have not received an answer in time for the article's publication. Leaked data contains minimal PII A quick analysis of the leaked data reveals information about material stocks, billing data, activity logs, but also user records from SN...

Flatpak Universal Linux Package Supports Local Path References for Git Sources
Alex Larsson from the Flatpak project announced the release of a new maintenance update to the universal binary package format for Linux kernel-based operating systems. Flatpak 0.6.9 is now the latest version, and it promises to add many great enhancements, among which we can mention the ability to pass partial references every time a terminal command takes a runtime or application name, as well as a brand new command called build-commit-from. Application developers who want to package their apps and distribute it in the Flatpak format, can use the above-mentioned command for creating new commits based on the contents of an existing commit, which can be from another local repository or a remote one. Build improvements, bug fixes Also new in the Flatpak 0.6.9 release is the implementation of the $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/app/$APPID path for automatic generation of the application directory...

Linus Torvalds Announces Linux Kernel 4.8 RC4 with Skylake Power Management Fix
It's Sunday evening, so guess what you'll be doing in the next few hours? Yes, that's right, Linus Torvalds has just announced the fourth RC (Release Candidate) version of the upcoming Linux 4.8 kernel branch. The development of Linux kernel 4.8 continues today with the Release Candidate 4 (RC4) snapshot, and, according to Linus Torvalds, things are looking quite normal at this stage, but it also looks like this is the smalles RC until now. The biggest new feature being a fix for an Intel Skylake power management bug. However, there are also the usual updated drivers, arch improvements, and some KVM changes. "Everything looks normal, and it's been a bit quieter than rc3 too, so hopefully we're well into the "it's calming down" phase. Although with the usual timing-related fluctuation (different maintainers stagger their pulls differently), it's hard to tell a trend yet.," says Linus Torvalds in today's announcement. "Regardless, it all looks pretty small."

Debian-Based Q4OS 1.6 "Orion" Linux Distro Launches with Trinity Desktop 14.0.3
Softpedia was informed today, August 28, 2016, by the developer of the Debian-based Q4OS GNU/Linux distribution about the immediate availability for download of a new stable release to the "Orion" series, version 1.6. The biggest new feature of the Q4OS 1.6 "Orion" release is the latest Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) 14.0.3 desktop environment, an open source project that tries to keep the spirit of the old-school KDE 3.5 desktop interface alive. Q4OS was used the most recent TDE version, so Q4OS 1.6 is here to update it. "The significant Q4OS 1.6 'Orion' release receives the most recent Trinity R14.0.3 stable version. Trinity R14.0.3 is the third maintenance release of the R14 series, it is intended to promptly bring bug fixes to users, while preserving overall stability," said the Q4OS developers in the release announcement. Here's what's new in Q4OS 1.6 And now for the other new feature...

Ghost Squad Takes Down Websites of Israel's Prime Minister, Bank of Israel
Ghost Squad Hackers (GSH) have told Softpedia about their recent attacks on the websites of Bank of Israel and the Prime Minister's Office. The attacks, which took place over the weekend, hit the Bank of Israel portal first, and then the official page of Israel Prime Minister's Office. For these attacks, the group didn't resort to DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) but used a DoS (Denial of Service) vulnerability in the underlying web servers to take down the websites. S1ege, GSH's leader, told Softpedia that the Bank of Israel website came back online after six hours when the bank's IT staff moved the site to new servers. At the time of writing, 72 hours after the attack, the Prime Minister's website is still offline, sporting an error message. GSH did it for Palestine Asked why the group attacked these two targets all of a sudden, S1ege told Softpedia the following: [CITA...

Geary 0.11.2 Email Client Improves Showing of Right-To-Left (RTL) Messages
A new version of the popular Geary open-source email client for GNU/Linux distributions has been made available for download earlier today, August 28, 2016. Geary 0.11.2 is now the latest stable release of the email client used by default in the elementary OS distro, and available in the software repositories of numerous other GNU/Linux operating systems, a maintenance update that promises to improve the display of RTL (Right-to-Left) emails and fix lots of other annoying bugs. According to the internal changelog, Geary 0.11.2 is here to improve support for displaying Right-to-Left (RTL) email messages when the direction isn't set as RTL, as well as to update the composer to display Right-to-Left emails as RTL, and to no longer add double spaces after automatic completion of the email address. Various encoding problems with non-ASCII, Latin-1 and UTF-8 email headers reported by users have been resolved in Geary 0.11.2, along with fixes for various crashes that wil...

Linux Kernel 3.10.103 LTS Has Lots of MIPS Improvements, Updated Radeon Drivers
Today, August 28, 2016, Linux kernel developer Willy Tarreau announced the release of the one hundred and third maintenance update to the long-term supported Linux 3.10 kernel series. For some reason, the Linux 3.10 kernel branch is still getting updates, and this new version promises to add quite some improvements and updated drivers, as, according to the appended shortlog and the diff from the Linux kernel 3.10.102 LTS build, a total of 161 files have been changed, with 1800 insertions and 1293 deletions. "The updated 3.10.y git tree can be found at: git:// linux-3.10.y linux-3.10.y," says Willy Tarreau. "The tree can be browsed on the git ...