Jan 30, 2011

10 Most Common Girls’ Passwords

10 Most Common Girls’ Passwords

Personal security and privacy are issues of extreme sensitivity for women. So its a bit of a mystery that when it comes to passwords, they tend to be really open-minded. Most of them possess supernatural abilities of having their passwords stolen and getting hooked by highly unskilled phishermen. Here are ten reasons why: 1.123456/abcdef/aaaa/1111

This is like delivering a low blow to the whole concept of “password”. Yeah they are really easy to remember but then they are among the very few combination’s that every tom, dick and harry hacker will try before scratching his bottom.
2. password

How exceedingly innovative! Most women will not dare take a hike through the treacherous canyons and crevasses of the brain. Surveys however have unearthed some extremely intellectual anomalies with “password?” being of evolutionary importance.
3. asdf/qwerty

Many shapely, aerobics obsessed women will keep their passwords as consecutive keys of a single row, as research has shown that moving fingers up and down the keyboard will make them witch-like bony.
4. name/nickname

Keeping the name or a nickname as the password is a primordial instinct, with some extremely cautious belladonnas adding the year of birth too. Many will also raise blast walls around their accounts by setting the secret question as “What is my name?” As the first question asked by most women from e-males is “Where did you get my e-mail address”, perhaps they are rapidly realizing the dangers of revealing the password
5. City name/Country name

Another female favorite. Some women move around a bit, changing passwords as they trot. A quick ASL however will provide a malicious contact with all the information. Recently, a patriotic women organization known as the “Ladies of Overt Nationalism” (LOON) has accused the internet of acting against national interest by imposing a minimum length of 6 characters, which deprives them from the password “USA”.
6. Friend’s name

This can be a tricky one for hackers if they don’t know the girl. However the most basic social engineering moves will do it. In case the best friend eloped with her boyfriend, the addition of prefix “fuck” or suffix “bitch” usually does the trick.
7. Phone number/ Address
Moving up the IQ ladder, the passes get progressively complex. However, many women will unwittingly give them out and realize later, when the flowers are not delivered.
8. Favorite personality

Housewife favorites. These can usually be picked up on instant messengers in personal messages like “YOU ARE SO HOT ” or the Now Playing messages. If all this fails, just look at the profile photo.
9. Favorite sports teams

These are common with active, outdoors types. The passwords “arsenal” and “liverpool”, have been widely encountered and are noted for their negligible ill effects on fingers and brain, both for the victim and the perpetrator.

10. Favorite movies
If one was to compare a list of common women’s passwords with a list of the dumbest movies ever made, the amount of positive matches would be staggering. Hackers have realized this long ago and their wordlists usually abound with variants of “gonewiththewind” and “uvegotmail

10 Most Common Girls’ Passwords

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Surprising Facts About Death On Facebook

Did you know that about 200,000 Facebook members die each year? See the picture below. According to All Facebook, putting the death rate on the social network at about half of the world average; and about 550 Facebook deaths happen daily. It seems a lot, but compared to the 700,000 daily activations Facebook receives, the ratio is a paltry one.


Chocolate Helps Lower Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a significant concern as it significantly raises the incidence of vascular disease and stroke. As a result of stress, poor diet and lifestyle, enzymes in our body produce a substance known as angiotensin II that causes blood vessels to narrow and blood pressure to increase. Standard medical practice is to prescribe ACE inhibitors to inhibit the action of these enzymes, often with mixed results and always dangerous side effects. Researchers have now confirmed that natural flavanols found in cacao from chocolate can lower blood pressure as effectively as the Big Pharma solutions.

Natural Flavanols from Cacao Effectively Regulate Blood Pressure
Researchers have known for some time that the active catechins and procyanidines in many fruits, vegetables and green tea promote health and protect against disease through a variety of biochemical mechanisms. The results of a study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology explains how flavanols from cacao and dark chocolate inhibit the action of angiotensin to influence the body’s fluid balance and effectively regulate blood pressure.

Study Demonstrates Blood Pressure Lowering Effect of ChocolateResearchers have known for some time that the active catechins and procyanidines in many fruits, vegetables and green tea promote health and protect against disease through a variety of biochemical mechanisms. The results of a study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology explains how flavanols from cacao and dark chocolate inhibit the action of angiotensin to influence the body’s fluid balance and effectively regulate blood pressure.

The study involved ten men and six women aged 20 to 45 who were fed 75 grams of unsweetened chocolate with a cacao content of 72%. Blood samples were taken before and again after eating the sample chocolate to analyze the activity of the ACE enzyme. Researchers were amazed to find that the enzyme activity was reduced by 18%, effectively lowering dangerous blood pressure as well or even better than many pharmaceuticals.

The lead author concluded, “Our findings indicate that changes in lifestyle with the help of foods that contain large concentrations of catechins and procyaninides prevent cardiovascular diseases.” It`s important to note that the results were produced using unsweetened cacao as found in many specialty dark chocolates. The same benefits would not be conferred with commonly available sweetened milk chocolate and semi-sweet varieties.

Flavanols From Chocolate Increases Nitric Oxide, Relaxes Blood Vessels
Information reported in the journal BMC Medicine combines the results of 15 independent studies on the vessel dilating effects of flavanols from chocolate. Researchers found that moderate consumption of chocolate with a high percentage of cacao showed significant blood pressure reduction in people with high blood pressure, and no effect on individuals with normal pressure readings. Flavanols increase the natural formation of endothelial nitric oxide that exhibits a relaxing effect on blood vessel walls and lowered blood pressure.

Cacao from chocolate is shown to be yet another example of how a natural compound can promote health and prevent disease. Flavanols and catechins are chemical compounds found in unprocessed foods that are essential to human health. When consumed or supplemented as part of a whole food diet they demonstrate reduced risk of disease without the damaging side effects commonly seen with pharmaceuticals.

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Two Things That Makes Man To Do Anything for Woman

Two Things That Makes Man To Do Anything

Two things should be happening if your relationship is going to work

First thing that makes a man to do anything is a girl's smile.
Second thing that makes a man to do anything is a girl's tear.

Two Things That Makes Man To Do Anything

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History of Mughals in Pakistan: Cast History In Pakistan

History of Mughals in Pakistan

History of Mughals in Pakistan

In Pakistan, Mughal communities are found in Sindh and Punjab provinces.

 In Punjab

The Mughal (Mistry) are considered directly descended from the Mughal dynasty that ruled India. During the fall of the Mughal empire most of the Mughals that survived were forced to flee, leaving their land and wealth behind. They escaped into the mountains of Kashmir and gradually settled in (Azaad Kashmir - Pakistan). With their love for Architecture, they took to work as builders (Mistry). Others took to metal work (Lohar) and Carpentry (Tarkhan)Tarkhan Dynasty.They are known to have replaced the tribal tradition and opted for the Indian caste system similar to tribal law. Mughals in Mirpur are skilled builders, skilled carpenters (Tarkhan)Tarkhan and skilled black smiths (Lohars)but are not confined to this. Mughals have superb artistic and creative skills and are regarded as the highest caste in the artisan classes. Their skills can be seen in the mosques and buildings that have been built by them. The region of Punjab is also home to a large number of Mughal communities. Historically, they were found in the largest numbers in and around the city of Delhi, and the Rawalpindi Division. The Mughal of the Rawalpindi Division belong to local agricultural tribes locally known by their tribal names, such as the Satti, Gheba, Phaphra and kassar tribes of the Barlas Mughals and Chughtai are also found in the Punjab  In addition to these agriculture tribes, members of the Lohar community found in the Punjab also claim Mughal ancestry.A brief description of the major tribal groupings in Punjab that claim Mughal ancestry follows.

Several tribal groupings in the Pothohar region of Punjab, Pakistan claim Mughal ancestry. One such tribe are the Phaphra. They occupy a compact area of about 25 square miles (65 km2) at the foot of the Salt Range, east of Pind Dadan Khan in Jhelum District in Pakistan.

The tribe claims to be Mughals, but British ethnographers writing at the beginning of the 20th century expressed doubts.  According to their tradition, the tribe came from the direction of Faridkot in Punjab, and settled in the district as traders and agriculturists. The tribe claims descent from a Phaphra who settled in the district in the 15th century.


The Gheba are another tribe from the Pothohar region, being one of the principal tribes of the Attock District. They are found mainly in Fateh Jang Tehsil of Attock and claim descent from Gheba khan, who was said to be a Barlas Mughal.


The Khamb is another tribe claiming to be Mughal, and found mainly in the Pothohar region of northern Punjab. According to their traditions, the ancestors of the Khamb arrived from Kathiawar, in what is now the modern state of Gujerat in India.

The Khamb were settled in their present abode by a Hashmat Khan, a chief of the Thathal tribe, who are natives of the Pothohar region. This Hashmat Khan was appointed as a garrison commander of Khambhat in Kathiawar by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. When Hashmat returned to the Pothohar region of Pakistan, he was accompanied by members of the garrison at Khambait. These troops were of a mixed origin and included troopers of Mongol and Afghan origin from Badakshan. He ordered that a village be built and named it Khanpur, and the Khamb tribe was granted land in and around the new town.

The Khamb, being of at least partly Turkic extraction are now considered to be a clan of the Mughal tribe. Local tradition makes the Moghul tribe to be called Barlas. At present they live in Khambi Kaleechpur and Khanpur in the Gujrat district of Punjab.


The Kassar are a Mughal tribe and one of the three major land-owning tribes in the Dhani country of Chakwal District in Punjab province, Pakistan. They occupy the northern part of Dhani, called Babial and Chaupeda. According to the Jhelum District settlement report of 1862, they are mentioned as having come from Jammu along with the Mair-Minhas tribe and been settled in this area by the Mughal Emperor, Zaheerudin Babur. According to their traditions, they claim descent from a kinsmen of the Emperor Babur, Kassar. He was said to be a distant cousin of Babur. In addition to Chakwal, they are also found in Sargodha, Jhelum, Attock, Khoshab, Rawalpindi, Tehsil Sohawa, Badin (Sindh), Larkana (Sindh), Muzafar Abad (Kashmir), Ponch (Kashmir), Cakothi(Kashmir).


The Jandran are a tribe of Mughal status, found mainly Jhang, Khanewal, Vehari, Lodhran and Sargodha districts of Punjab.
 Turk Mughal

In Punjab, the term Turk refers to any inhabitant of Central Asia, or Turkestan, as the region was historically known. The Turks of the Punjab region include the Karlugh Turks of the Hazara Division, who were settled in the region by Timur. These Karlugh Turks resumed the title of "Raja" by which locals used to call them during their rule of Pakhli state, while some Turk clans use "Usmani" as their surname, probably due to their Turkish origin. In addition to these Turks, there was also a colony of Turks settled in Gurdaspur District who were once said to be ropemakers. They claim descent from Turk soldiers settled in Gurdaspur District by the Khilji sultans. These Turks are now settled in and around the city of Faisalabad.

 Other clans

* Baig Mughal

* Mirza Mughal

* Ginhal Mughal

* Bandey Mughal

* Mir Mughal

* Mangval Mughal

* Langryal Mughal

* Bich Mughal

* Gani Mughal

* Ashaie Mughal

* Bub Mughal

* Ganju Gharhi Mughal

* Batlla Mughal

* Babri Mughal

* Salour Mughal

* Pathan Mughal

* Numbeli Mughal (tribe of murree)

* Manjotha Mughal

* Marrar Mughal Barlas

* Mughalzai

* Mughal khel

* Mangal

* orya khel

* Mughal Lal Khail

* Tanoli [Tanoli consider themselves to descend from one Amir Khan, a Barlas Mughal]

 In Sindh

In Sindh, two Mughal dynasties, the Arghun and Tarkhan, held power for a short periods in the 16th Century. Most of the Sindhi Mughals are descended from Central Asian immigrants who settled in the province during the rule of these two dynasties, these two dynasties were later subdued by Babur. Many Sindhi Mughal's also claim to have arrived in the region during the rebellion of Sher Shah Suri against the Mughal heir-apparent Humayun, in fact many Mughal's settled in Umarkot, and young Akbar was born there. in Sindh the Mughals ruled with the assistance of the Kalhora tribe. Among the famous Mughal administrators of Sindh was Mirza Ghazi Beg, during his rule many Sindhi's entered the service of the Mughal Emperors.

A small number of Qazilbash tribesmen settled in Sindh in the 18th Century. A small number of Mughal families are descended from Georgian immigrants, such as the family of Mirza Qilich Beg, the famous Sindhi, who came to during the invasion of Nadir Shah and flourished during the rule of Talpurs. The Sindh Mughals are Sunni, and now entirely speak Sindhi.  Manzoor Mughal (D.I.G)Deputy inspector general of police investigations Karachi.Now present Director Intelligence Karachi.Ghulam Nabi Mughal,an eminent writer of sindhi language and retired Regional Director Food Deppt.(Govt.Sindh) ,belongs to Hyderabad since 1915-20.His family lineage revealed that they were first came into Nasrpur(Sindh,period approximately in the end of 17th century) from the region of kashmir.

 In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa


In Hazara, the Mughals are found in all the Division, especially Haripur,Abbottabad,and Mansrhra.Tehsil Ghazi also have Mughals.First Settler was Ghazi Baig.

source : wikipedia

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History of Mughals in Pakistan


100 Years of IBM

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The film features one hundred people, who each present the IBM achievement recorded in the year they were born. The film chronology flows from the oldest person to the youngest, offering a whirlwind history of the company and culminating with its prospects for the future. Here for more infos.

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