Welcome To Monir's World

monir khan Expert in troubleshooting computer, laptop, printer, and comfortable to establish and troubleshoot Local Area Network (LAN). At Ibn Sina Trust in Bangladesh, I had accomplished LAN into a Six Storied Building. Also I provided Help Desk Support to end users of this organization. By the Active Directory, I can add, remove and relocate users and resources. I am Skill in Web Developments with PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. To do this I use Dreamweaver and XAMPP. I’m going to graduate August 2014. I have completed all of my required courses except Writing Proficiency Exam. Specialties: Computer Networking, Web Development(PHP, MySQL), Troubleshoot.

12 April 2014 ~ Comments Off

Heartbleed bug compromise OpenSSL and Steel user’s significant data

Frustration has been raised among the internet company sites and it’s user because a new security breach is being disclosed on April 7 that is a seriously dangerous bugs which allows hacker on the internet to read the memory of the system protected by the vulnerable version of the OpenSSL software. It is extremely dangerous [...]

10 December 2013 ~ Comments Off

Ransomware: Your PC can be kidnapped

Ransomware is a malware, in which hacker attacks victim’s electronic device such as computer, laptop even smartphone to encrypt all the files and demands payment for the description key.  It is also known as “FBI Moneypak” or the “FBI virus” as it often uses the FBI or local police logos and asks you to pay [...]

25 November 2013 ~ Comments Off

Perl: Script on Windows

Step 1: Make a directory where you will save all script. Example, make a folder “Perl” to store all script. You can give any meaningful name. Step 2: Open Note Pad Step 3: Write the flowing hello world script #! /bin/usr/perl use warnings; print “Hello World” Step 4: Save this script as hello.pl on Perl [...]

25 November 2013 ~ Comments Off

Perl:How to Install on Windows

Before start writing the Perl script we need to install it on our computer.  If you are  running Unix machine, Perl already installed on it. I will show you later how to use it. But your platform is Windows machine than you have to take the following step to install Perl on your Windows machine. [...]

23 November 2013 ~ Comments Off

American Splendor: Resolved The Complexity of Comic Adaptation

Adaptation is the process of putting the existing arts work into another form as American Splendor comic strip adapted into film with the same title. Author Pascal Lefevre defines adaptation as “film directly inspired by a certain comic or comic series” (Lefevre,1). American Splendor comic represents a person’s daily life and his work. The person [...]

22 November 2013 ~ Comments Off

VB.net: Copy and Move a project

Some time we need to copy the existing project for making another version. The existing project needs to modify based on the situation.  Commercial Programmer has to edit/add functionality to meet the client demands. Student has to copy and move the existing project to follow the  instructor and text book.   if you are a [...]

08 June 2013 ~ Comments Off

Perl: What and Why

Introduction: Perl is a general purpose programming language originally developed for text manipulation. Now it is used for wide range of task including system administration, web development, network programming, GUI development, and more. Perl was originally written by Larry Wall. Version 1 has released on December 8, 1987. As today the newest version of Perl [...]

15 May 2013 ~ Comments Off

Getting Closer by Steven Millhauser (Animated Version)

25 April 2013 ~ 0 Comments

The Island of Flowers (Ihla das Flores)

Type: ’documentary’  short film Writer / director: Jorge Furtado Availability:  YouTube:Part 1 and Part 2 (Read before Watch it) We’re in Belem Novo, city of Porto Alegre, State of Rio Grande de Sul, Brazil, more precisely at thirty degrees, twelve minutes and thirty seconds latitude south and fifty-one degrees, eleven minutes and twenty-three seconds longitude west. We are now walking in [...]

28 December 2012 ~ Comments Off

Lesson 1: Installing Ubuntu Server on Oracle VM VirtualBox

I’m going to install Ubuntu Server on Oracle VM VirtualBox. The reason I chose Oracle VM is that it is free and user friendly. You could use VMware but the installation process could be not the same.  Whatever, here is the link for  downloading VM https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads Download it based on your OS, in my case [...]