Sabtu, 31 Oktober 2009

Baju Pengantin Baru...(betoi ka?)

Perkara2 hilang ingatan dan Tumpul Minda

Perkara-perkara yang dapat membantu kita daripada cepat hilang ingatan dan
daripada tumpul minda:

Kurangkan makan bawang besar
Kurangkan makan berempah
Kurangkan makan ketumbar kering
Kurangkan menonton hiburan
Kurangkan membaca majalah hiburan
Kurangkan ketawa yang panjang atau terbahak-bahak
Kurangkan minuman air batu, air dalam tin
Kurangkan makan organ dalaman ayam terutamanya kanak2
Jangan makan kepala ikan
Jangan minum air yang ada semut
Jangan tidur selepas subuh
Jangan tidur selepas asar
Jangan tidur selepas makan
Jangan makan terlalu kenyang
Jangan makan berat selepas jam 9...00 malam
Jangan menyapu rumah pada waktu malam
Jangan makan yang masam-masam berlebihan
Jangan dicampur makan laut dan darat dalam satu hidangan
Jangan minum susu selepas memakan daging/ayam

Perkara-perkara yang perlu diamalkan :

Selalu makan buah manisan seperti kurma dan lain2
Selalu makan makanan yang panas2
Selalu memakan kekacang seperti kacang soya @ badam dan lain2
Selalu minum air masak
Selalu makan ulam2
Selalu mengamalkan pandangan hijau
Selalu bersenam
Selau menggunakan imajinasi otak
Banyakkan memakan makanan berasaskan gandum/soya
Banyakkan aktiviti berkhemah di hutan/pantai( yang mempunyai pokok) kerana
disitulah terdapat banyak ion2 negetif dan cahaya matahari infra merah
(terutama pada waktu pagi) yang amat diperlukan oleh tubuh badan, kerana
hanya kawasan seperti ini sahaja yang mempunyai % yang cukup untuk
kegunaan kita seharian berbanding dlm bgnn batu ianya terlalu sedikit
Jangan ego
Jangan dengki pada orang lain
Jangan makan dari sumber yang tidak halal
Jangan memberi anak makan makanan dari sumber yang tidak halal
Jangan makan makanan yang ada pewarna
Jangan makan makanan yang ada pengawet
Jangan mengunakan minyak masak lebih dari 2 kali
Jangan mandi selepas 9.00malam

.......dan yang paling penting dibawah ini...
...selamat beramal.....

Panduan Membina Komputer Sendiri

maaf la ye, semua nya dalam bahasa english.. saja add utk panduan sesama kita..

To build your own computer – it's a dream many a geek has had. Many have also fulfilled this – and also many non-geeks too. If you have a technically-inclined mind, can follow instruction, are patient, and are in need (or want) of a computer, then why not follow our guide and build your own?
If you don't know what parts are all compatible, or if you're wanting the best “bang for your buck” in the component choices, or even if you're stuck half-way through the build and need a guided response - feel free to post a thread right here in our Help Desk and we'll help you! There are many different uses for a computer system, so make sure you let us know why you want to use it, and a budget, and you'll be bragging to your mates in no time about your self-built system.

A quick note – like there are many different uses for a computer system, there are also many different ways to build a computer system. Die-hard Geeks may wish to debate the order here, but the reality is that this way works. Other ways work also. And, of course, this tutorial was written up to go with some photos that one of our very own Tech Apprentices took when he built his own computer. So you may find that your system looks different from the pictures – for example, you may not have a discrete video card, and you may have two hard drives, and so on. If your system is markedly different from our example here, please feel free to post a thread and we can tell you any differences you need to incorporate into the build. For example, some aftermarket CPU heatsink/fans need a bracket on the underside of the motherboard, so this would need to be installed before the motherboard is fitted in the case.

1. Gather all Components
First things first – we need to ensure we have all the pieces. Here is a list of things you'll need:

* Case (and any extra Case Fans)
* Power Supply
* Motherboard
* CPU (Processor) and Heatsink/Fan (and thermal paste, if not included)
* RAM (Memory)
* Hard Drive
* Optical Drive (e.g. DVD Burner)
* Video Card (may be integrated into Motherboard)
* Sound Card (may be integrated into Motherboard)
* Networking Card (may be integrated into Motherboard)
* Keyboard
* Mouse
* Speakers
* Monitor
* Any extra add-on cards you may have for the build (eg. TV Tuner Card)
* OS Installation Disc (eg. Windows, Linux)

The idea is to get the bunch of parts into a working computer

2. Gathering Your Tools
Once you have gathered your components, you need to ensure you have the right tools:

* Proper screwdrivers. (flat and philips)
* A pair of pointy-nose pliers
* Zip ties
* Scissors or snips for cutting off loose zip tie ends
* Patience and common sense

These tools should be all you need when building a computer. It is imporant to take anti-static precautions. Some people may wish to use an anti-static wriststrap. Once you have all the components and tools, read on and we'll explain how to build your own computer!

3. The Build
First, the case. Open both side panels, then install the standoffs that will keep the motherboard off the metal plate.

Ensure you only install to align with the holes on the motherboard

In the picture above you can see where the standoffs are installed. Use a set of pliers to make sure the standoffs are driven in firmly. Once you have installed the standoffs, next install the back panel I/O bracket that came with the motherboard. Usually, you'll find that the case's generic one is incorrect. Pop the old one out, and insert the one that came with the motherboard. Ensure that it is properly installed, as the motherboard will be hard up against it. Now it's time to install the motherboard. Simply position the motherboard in the correct position and slowly lower it down into the case. To ensure the motherboard is rotated the right way, the CPU socket should be toward the top-left of the case. Make sure you position it right on top of the standoffs so you can properly lock it in by driving screws in the holes on the motherboard where the standoffs are positioned. Put the screws in firm – not tight – so the motherboard is fastened securely.

After the motherboard, install the PSU. Slide the unit from inside the case, and sit it up flush against the back of the case. You'll see where you need to install the 4 screws that hold it in tight. Once it's in firmly, put the cables out of the way so you have as much room as possible inside the case (I.e. hang them up and outside the case).

Next, finish preparing the case for the rest of the components. If you are installing any add-on cards (such as a discrete video card), you'll need to remove the metal backing plate aligning with the corresponding installation slot.

Now move onto any case fans that need to be installed. Most cases come with at least one fan pre-installed on the back, such as our example did. We've also added one in front of where the hard drive will be located. Once the hard drive is installed, it's almost impossible to fit a fan in or out of there, so it's important to do this first. Make sure the case fan is facing so that the air is blown into the case over where the hard drive will be installed – this is an intake fan, and the fan on the back is an exhaust fan.

On the front of the case, you'll need to remove the bezel plates to make room for inserting any optical drives and floppy drives. In our example computer, you can see we have one DVD burner, but no floppy drives – so only one plate was removed.

Now there is room for the optical drive to fit, go ahead and install it. The unit should slide in from the front until it is sitting flush with the case. Some cases may have a “screw-less” or “tool-less” design, whereby a bracket needs to be removed to slide the unit in, and then returned into place and clipped into the lock position. This is how the Cooler Master case works in our example. Other cases will simply have holes ready, and you need to align them up and screw in firm.

After the optical drive, install the hard drive in the same manner. The only difference is that the hard drive should slide in to the lower cage from inside the case. Make sure the you insert it the correct way, so that the power and data connectors are facing the back of the case, ready to connect up at a later point. If you are installing a large graphics card (I.e. for a gaming computer), you may want to ensure you put the hard drive in the lower space to make as much room as possible for the graphics card and PSU cables. And – of course – if this build is using multiple graphics cards (SLI or Crossfire), then careful planning is needed prior to fitting the parts.

By now, the inside of the case should be starting to take shape. The motherboard, power supply, optical drive, and hard drive are all installed. Next we'll move on to the components that connect to the motherboard directly.

CPU – in our example, we have used a Socket 775 (Intel E8400) processor and motherboard combination. Other combinations may look different, such as having pins on the processor itself and not on the motherboard. Either way, take extreme caution, as even a slight bend to one of these pins can render the component useless.

Using the lever next to the CPU socket, unhinge it and then open the metal gate surrounding the socket. Most will have a protective cover that needs removing.

Handling the CPU gently by the edges, place the CPU into the socket, ensuring it is aligned the correct way.

This is the CPU sitting in place with the gate open Gently close the metal gate surround.

Finally, use the lever to lock the metal gate surround into place – you may need to use firm pressure.

After the CPU is installed, fit the CPU heatsink/fan. If you have purchased a retail CPU, most come with thermal paste pre-applied to the heatsink. If this is the case, then you do not need to worry about putting your own paste on. If this is not the case, then you'll need to squeeze a small amount (about the size of a grain of rice) onto the CPU before mounting the heatsink on top.
Once the thermal paste is organised, and the CPU is ready to go, line up the heatsink and sit it in place. (If you are using a 3rd-party heatsink, you will need to follow the instructions provided with it). Press down firmly on the 4 corner clips to properly attach the heatsink to the motherboard, which puts the proper amount of pressure onto the CPU for maximum heat dissipation.

While we're on the CPU, we'll finish off the job by attaching the heatsink/fan power and sensor connector to the motherboard, and the 4-pin CPU power connector from the PSU to the motherboard close to the CPU. (Some newer variants may have an 8-pin power connector - this is for new high-powered CPU and motherboard combinations - consult your motherboard manual for which one you should use).

The RAM sticks are relatively easy to install. If your motherboard supports a dual-channel configuration, then it will most likely have the dual-channel slots already marked as such. In our example, we can see the slots are colour-coded - so install matching pairs of RAM sticks into matching slots. For our example, this means slots 1 and 3 will then be populated.
Once you've sorted out where the sticks are being installed, unlock the slots by moving the end levers outward.

Open the side locks, ready to install the RAM
Line the module up (the off-centre notch will ensure it only fits one way) and use steady, firm pressure to push it in. When it is in place, the slots at the end will have "snapped" into each side of the stick, securing it.

Now add any discrete cards for the build – in our example photo, we have one video card to be installed. Be sure to line up each card properly into the installation slot on the motherboard. Push cards in firm to ensure a proper fit.

Now all the physical components should be installed for your system. All that's left to do is connect everything up. SATA data cables (or IDE ribbon cables for components that connect in that way) need to run from the device to the motherboard. Power cables from the PSU need to connect up to each component as necessary.

It is especially important to take care when running the cables from the PSU to each component – always try and get the “mess” minimised as much as possible, for a nicer look and better in-case airflow. Use zip ties to clean up loose ends, especially where the fans are located. It is in this regard that a modular PSU makes all the difference – only connect what is needed and the rest can be left in the box, instead of having to zip tie it all together and tuck the bundle out of the way as much as possible... Even so – with careful planning, a non-modular PSU can still be routed efficiently for good air-flow.

You should have already connected the CPU 4-pin (or 8-pin) connector, so next install the 24-pin ATX motherboard power connector, the DVD drive, the hard drive, the graphics card, and anything else in your specific system that needs a power cable.

Note from Artellos (Olrik): As you might see, I made a little mistake here. I didn't install the second RAM module in the other Yellow slot. This way the RAM doesn't run in Dual-Channel configuration. I should have placed the second one in the other yellow slot.
The final connections to be made are the case connectors to the motherboard. These are for the power and reset button, power and HDD light, and USB and other data connectors for the ports on the front of the case. As every case and motherboard is different, you'll need to carefully follow the instructions in the motherboard manual. Every manual should have wiring diagrams in detail. You may find it under the heading “Front Panel Connectors” or F_PANEL.

The Photo above is showing a very clean, simple look with the cables tied up nicely
4. The Result

And there you have it. Everything should now be complete, and ready for installation of the operating system. In the photo below, we can see the system in all its glory, although a few more zip-ties to minimise the bunch of black cables from the PSU into a smaller bundle would be nice. Nonetheless, for a first-time build, this Tech Apprentice received top marks! (Well, the system worked, so that's good!)

The job complete!

All thats left to do is close the case side panels, to protect the important components inside, and to create the proper environment for in-case airflow – to keep all the components nice and cool.
If you are installing an OEM version of Windows, you need to put the COA sticker on the case
That's all there is to it! Enjoy your new computer.


Sifat-Sifat Suami Soleh

1. Mentaati Allah s.w.t dan RasulNya dengan mengerjakan segala perintahNya
2. Mendirikan rumahtangga semata-mata kerana Allah swt
3. Melayani serta menasihati isteri dengan sebaik mungkin
4. Menjaga hati dan perasaan isteri
5. Sentiasa bertolak ansur dan tidak meminta sesuatu di luar kemampuan isteri
6. Bersabar dan menjauhkan diri daripada memukul isteri dan memudarat dirinya
7. Hendaklah menjauhkan diri dari mengeji atau memburukkan isteri di hadapan orang lain dan tidak memuji wanita lain di hadapannya
8. Bersabar dan menerima kelemahan isteri dengan hati yang terbuka kerana segala sesuatu yang dijadikan Allah swt mempunyai rahmat disebaliknya
9. Mengelakkan diri dari …

Sifat- Sifat Isteri Solehah

Adapun disenaraikan sifat-sifat isteri solehah di bawah jika seseorang isteri ataupun wanita itu kekurangan tidaklah dijadikan alasan untuk tidak berkahwin, salah satu sifat lelaki solehah itu ialah bersabar dan menerima kelemahan isteri dengan hati yang terbuka kerana segala sesuatu yang dijadikan Allah swt mempunyai rahmat disebaliknya.

1. Mentaati Perintah Allah s.w.t dengan mengerjakan segala perintah suami dengan kehendak Allah s.w.t
2. Bersikap malu terhadap suami
3. Sentiasa melembutkan percakapan di hadapan suami
4. Hendaklah mendiamkan diri ketika suami sedang berkata-kata
5. Berdiri tegak sebagai menghormati suami pulang dan pergi
6. Hendaklah sentiasa menyerahkan diri apabila suami …



Pernahkah anda melihat seorang suami yang dihadapan isteri nampak alim, berbudi bahasa lagi bersopan. Tetapi apabila dia bersendirian barulah nampak belangnya, buas nafsunya bak buaya darat. Isteri pun apa bezanya, jika bersama suami suka memuji tetapi dibelakang suami selalu mengeji, mengaibkan perangai suami dalm majlis gosip sana-sini.Namun bagi pasangan yang ikhlas, tiada sifat munafik dalam diri mereka. Jika bersama semaraklah cinta,sendirian pun menggebu-gebu rindu dijiwa. Semakin lama terpisah semakin membeku kejujuran dalam hati mereka.

Jujur dan setia kepada pasangan hanya dapat dibuktikan oleh orang yang merasai kehadiran Allah S.W.T. Di mana saja dia berada, sesungguhnya Allah Maha Melihat, malaikat mencatat dan kitab sentiasa mengira hitungan pahala dan dosa.Berdua atau sendirian, tidak selamat tanpa hati yang merasai pengawasan Allah. Rasulullah S.A.W pernah bersabda yang bermaksud: "Seesungguhnya bumi menjadi saksi terhadap semua perbuatan manusia, baik lelaki mahupun perempuan,yang mereka lakukan di atasnya. Bumi mengatakan; Dia telah berbuat begini begitu pada hari ini dan hari itu. Inilah yang diberitakan bumi."(Hadis riwayat Imam Al-Tirmizi).
Semua di sekeliling kita menjadi saksi apa yang dikata oleh lisan, dirasa oleh hati, difikir oleh akal dan dihembus-hembuskan oleh hawa nafsu...


Merawat Budaya Kuning Anak-anak
Ustaz Hj. Hasrizal
Editor : almusafirq8

"Kita ambil yang inilah. Biar sama dengan warna baju Abi" kata Ummu Saif kepada anak sulung kami.
"Ok!" jawabnya ringkas. Setuju tetapi dengan air muka yang tidak setuju.
Berbaju raya sewarna sedondon ini bukanlah kemestian bagi kami. Hanya sesekali. Fadhilatnya, memudahkan pengenalan diri tatkala anak-anak saudara sejumlah 36 orang itu mencabut baju seragam raya. Mudah untuk dikenal baju siapa, berpandukan warna.

"Yop sebenarnya nak baju warna apa?" saya tidak berpuas hati dengan reaksi anak yang tidak suka dengan baju yang bakal dipakai.
Seboleh-bolehnya saya tidak mahu membazir membeli pakaian yang nak dipakaikan kepada si anak, tetapi mengikut selera ibu bapa. Sedangkan harganya sama sahaja. Kenapa mahu dipaksa anak-anak memakai baju mengikut pilihan kita yang dibenci anak-anak?
Nanti kalau sikap seperti ini dibiarkan, silap-silap siapa suami dan isteri si anak pun mahu kita tentukan bila sampai masanya nanti.

"Yop nak baju warna kuning" jawab si anak.
"Hmm... kuning tak ada saiz. Nantilah kalau jumpa di tempat lain, kita tengok" saya membuat janji.
Tanpa bertangguh, kami sekeluarga segera pulang ke rumah selepas selesai membeli pakaian anak-anak. Suasana di pasaraya sangat sesak dan kami tidak mahu mendedahkan diri dan anak-anak kepada bahaya jangkitan H1N1 yang masih hangat.

"Kenapa Yop nak baju warna kuning? Baju t-shirt nak kuning, baju Melayu pun nak kuning" saya cuba mengorek rahsia, selepas tiba di rumah.
"Yop suka kuning" jawabnya.
Macam mana boleh minat dengan warna kuning? Tiada sentuhan kuning di rumah kami.
"Kenapa Yop suka warna kuning?" saya bertanya lagi.
"Kuning warna kaya. Orang kaya!" jawab anak saya, malu-malu.
"HAH!?" tercengang saya dibuatnya.
Jawapan yang langsung tidak diduga.
"Yop suka pakai baju warna kuning sebab Yop suka kayalah, ya?" saya mahukan kepastian.
Dia mengangguk.
"Siapa kata warna kuning warna orang kaya?" saya menyambung pertanyaan lagi.
"Tak tahu. Kuning emas kot" jawabnya, selamba.
"Astaghfirullah. Materialistik sungguh!" saya menggaru kepala.
Entah di mana idea itu datang. Idea mahu kaya, mahu kelihatan kaya dan mengaitkan kuning dengan kekayaan.
"Lepas ni Abi rasa Yop tak payahlah gosok gigi. Biar gigi kuning. Baru nampak macam orang kaya. Orang kaya semua kuning. Baju kuning, gigi pun kuning!" saya melontar provokasi.
"Tak nak, tak nak" katanya tersengih-sengih mendengar cadangan saya.

Saya tidak suka dengan idea-idea kebendaan hinggap ke kepala anak-anak.
Keluarga kami tidaklah kaya dan tidak juga susah. Serba sederhana. Berbelanja masih mengira-ngira dan membeli mesti ada bajet dan bukan sesuka hati. Saya cuba pastikan kehidupan anak-anak tidak terganggu dengan kesusahan pada perkara-perkara yang penting buat mereka. Makan minum, pakaian, buku dan peralatan sekolah serta apa-apa yang bersangkutan dengan peningkatan diri mereka, saya cuba untuk tidak terlalu berkira.
Ada pun barangan yang tidak penting, dan mempunyai kesan yang tidak baik ke atas diri seperti PSP yang diinginkan si anak, saya tidak menyetujuinya. Dari semasa ke semasa, saya peringatkan mengapa PSP tiada dalam senarai. Cukuplah dengan komputer saya yang dikongsi bersama anak-anak, serta televisyen yang dipantau penggunaannya.

Daripada mana idea sukakan kekayaan dan mahu kelihatan kaya hinggap ke fikiran anak-anak saya?
Saya tidak dapat memastikannya.
Ia boleh datang daripada mana-mana sumber, dan soal itu tidak penting. Apa yang utama, ialah membetulkan kembali persepsi anak-anak terhadap kehidupan.

"Abi, nanti kalau Muiz dah besar macam mana?" kata Saiful Islam kepada saya.
"Macam mana apa?" saya tidak faham dengan soalannya.
"Nanti Muiz dah besar, kereta ni tak muat. Kenalah beli Alphard!" jawab anak saya.
Tersirap darah saya.
Geram pun geram juga.
Apabila pulang beraya, ada berbelas kereta adik beradik yang akan berkumpul di halaman rumah. Saya tidak pernah kisah siapa guna kereta apa, tetapi anak saya yang meminati ‘warna kuning simbol kekayaan' itu, rupa-rupanya jatuh hati dengan Alphard pakciknya.
Sudah berkali-kali beliau asyik tanyakan saya tentang Alphard, meminta pandangan sama ada saya suka dengan kereta itu atau tidak.

Pada detik pertama, memang ada rasa terkilan di hati. Terasa apabila dibanding-bandingkan. Apakah anakku sudah lupa yang dahulunya kita pernah berhimpit-himpit di dalam ATOS comel, kereta pertama kami? Setelah keluarga membesar daripada anak dua menjadi empat, kami memberanikan diri melangkah ke peringkat hidup seterusnya dengan menjual ATOS berkenaan serta digantikan dengan kereta 7-Seaters tempatan seadanya.
Tiba-tiba, si anak seolah-olah tidak menghargainya dan lebih berminat dengan kereta bapa saudaranya yang lebih besar dan mewah.

Tetapi saya terbalikkan perasaan itu dan berkata kepada diri sendiri tentang pahitnya menjadi mangsa perbandingan. Justeru kita sebagai ibu bapa, jangan suka membanding-bandingkan anak sendiri dengan anak orang lain. Pahitnya sama bila anak-anak kita pula membandingkan kita dengan ibu bapa yang lain. Jangan buat anak-anak dengan apa yang kita tidak mahu mereka buat kepada kita.
Golden rule!

"Kamu tengok anak orang tu. Tertib, sopan, bijak. Tak bolehkah kamu jadi macam tu?" antara ayat-ayat ibu bapa yang boleh menghancurkan jati diri si anak.
"Kenapa kereta ayah tidak sebesar kereta pakcik itu?" itu pulang paku buah keras si anak kepada ibu bapa pula.
Jika tidak mahu dialog anak berisi racun perbandingan, kita sebagai ibu bapalah jangan memulakannya.

"Yop nak kaya?" saya bertanya kepada si anak.
"Nak!" jawabnya tanpa berselindung.
Tangannya masih di dalam poket baju Melayu, menggenggam duit raya barangkali.
"Kalau kaya dan banyak duit, Yop boleh beli apa?" saya bertanya lagi kepadanya.
"Beli apa-apa sahaja!" katanya dengan penuh yakin.
"Beli Alphard dan baju emas?" saya menyoalnya sambil menyindir.
Beliau mengangguk sambil tersengih. Faham dengan sindiran saya.
"Kalau Abi kaya, Abi boleh tak beli mata kat kedai kalau Yop buta? Ummi boleh tak beli telinga kat pasaraya kalau anak-anak dia pekak?" saya melontar soalan berfikir untuknya.
Saiful Islam terkejut.
Perlahan-lahan dia menggelengkan kepala.
"Kalau Abi kaya pakai Alphard, Abi boleh tak beli jantung kat hospital untuk ganti jantung yang rosak?" saya tambah lagi soalan.
Saiful Islam berubah sedikit air mukanya. Menggelengkan kepala lagi.
"Abi sangat bersyukur kepada Allah sebab duit Abi tak banyak tetapi anak-anak Abi semua sihat. Semua cukup kaki, cukup tangan, tiada yang cacat, tiada yang sakit. Abi bersyukur sebab kita tak kaya tapi kita bahagia" saya mahu memberi satu kesimpulan kepada anak-anak.
"Yop nak kaya ke Yop nak bahagia?" tanya Ummu Saif pula kepadanya.
"Nak bahagia" kata anak sulung kami.
Anak-anak yang lain hanya mendengar. Belum mengerti.
"Kalau nak bahagia, miskin boleh bahagia, kaya pun boleh bahagia. Syaratnya, kena bersyukur kepada Allah" balas Ummu Saif lagi.
"Jadi, Yop nak Alphard orang lain punya ke, atau kereta kita?" saya menyudahkan perbualan.
"Kereta kita" jawabnya.
"Alhamdulillah. Jom singgah kedai pekena nasi kandaq!" saya menarik nafas lega.

"Dan (ingatlah) ketika Tuhan kamu memberitahu: "Demi sesungguhnya! Jika kamu bersyukur nescaya Aku akan tambahi nikmatKu kepada kamu, dan demi sesungguhnya, jika kamu kufur ingkar sesungguhnya azabKu amatlah keras." [Ibrahim 14: 7]



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Form untuk login, nampak cam form biasa maybank2u:

Mangsa login, maklumat username ngan password akan dihantar kepada scammer.... scammer login ke akaun mangsa di maybank2u sebenar dan request TAC... mangsa dapat TAC kat nset die dan login form ni:


Thursday, October 8, 2009 7:34 PM
From: "Maybank Group"

Add sender to Contacts
To: undisclosed-recipients

Dear Valued Customer

We continuously strive to improve security against known and emerging threat. Due to the increasing security threats on Maybank customers, we are introducing an advanced protection to protect all customers. Your URGENT attention is required to immediately protect your account as unsecured accounts will be terminated till further notice.

Proceed Now. link tersembunyi(

We will continuously strive to provide quality service to our customers.


Maybank Group

bila kita klik ia akan pergi ke web jadi hati2 sekali lg warga scripters!

First Of all,Maybank tidak akan memanggil diri mereka "Maybank Berhad". Ini adalah kerana nama berdaftar mereka ialah "Malayan Banking Berhad". Jadi sama ada mereka akan sign off sebagai "Maybank" sahaja atau "Malayan Banking Berhad" but never "Maybank Berhad"....cube tgokkk kat pic atas ni...sign off as Maybank Berhad.

tolong sebarkan pada semua ...........

keselamatan online banking anda

salam semua
meh kita share sama², teknik yang sering digunakan hacker untuk mencuri akaun bank anda:

1) website phising

2) email fraud

3) DNS poisoning

Penerangan website phising
merupakan website yang dibina serupa dengan website asli bank, tetapi address berlainan:

contoh website asli dengan link yang betul.

Penerangan Email Fraud
E-mail fraud sering di hantar ke akaun email anda dengan menyatakan pihak bank sedang mengemaskini data dan anda harus update dengan klik kepada link bank palsu:

walaupun di dalam email anda menunjukkan link yang asli, sebaliknya ia akan link anda ke website yang palsu.
Pihak bank juga tidak akan menghantar sebarang e-mail kepada pelanggannya.

penerangan DNS Poisoning
DNS poisoning sejak akhir2 ini banyak berlaku seperti di website uitm , maklumat lanjut UITM DNS poisoning

Seseorang hacker mampu mengubah DNS (domain name server) dan pointkan ke website phising dengan menggunakan nama domain yang asli. hal ini sudah pasti amat menakutkan kerana kita sangkakan website banking telah betul dan bukan phising.

Untuk mengelakkan perkara ini anda boleh mengakses laman banking anda menggunakan IP address bank tersebut..

maybank2u :

cara mendapatkan IP bank anda
bukak command prompt
type ping


Pinging [] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from bytes=32 time=69ms TTL=247
Reply from bytes=32 time=67ms TTL=247
Reply from bytes=32 time=61ms TTL=247
Reply from bytes=32 time=62ms TTL=247

Ping statistics for
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 61ms, Maximum = 69ms, Average = 64ms

akan terpapar la ip :

semoga info ini berguna pada semua.. sayangilah akaun online anda huhuhu...

Apa macam... Ada Berani?

Relax have a Seat !!!!!!

Worth Reading - Being a Mother..

(both men & women, sons & daughters -
need to read this)


After 17 years of marriage, my wife wanted me to
take another woman out to dinner and a movie. She
said, 'I love you, but I know this other woman loves
you and would love to spend some time with you.'
* * *
The other woman that my wife wanted me to visit
was my MOTHER, who has been alone for 20 years,
but the demands of my work and my two boys had
made it possible to visit her only occasionally.
* * *
That night I called to invite her to go out for
dinner and a movie.
* * *
'What's wrong, aren't you well,' she asked?
* * *
My mother is the type of woman who suspects that a
late night call or a surprise invitation is a sign
of bad news.
* * *
'I thought it would be pleasant to spend some
time with you,' I responded. 'Just the two of us.'
She thought about it for a moment, and then said,
'I would like that very much.'
* * *
That Friday after work, as I drove over to pick
her up I was a bit nervous. When I arrived at her
house, I noticed that she, too, seemed to be nervous
about our date. She waited in the door. She had curled her hair and was wearing the
dress that she had worn to celebrate her last
birthday on November 19th.
* * *
She smiled from a face that was as radiant as an
angel's. 'I told my friends that I was going to go
out with my son, and they were impressed,' she said,
as she got into that new white van. 'They can't wait to hear about our date'.
* * *
We went to a restaurant that, although not
elegant, was very nice and cozy. My mother took my
arm as if she were the First Lady. After we sat
down, I had to read the menu. Her eyes could only
read large print. Half way through the entries, I
lifted my eyes and saw Mom sitting there staring at
me. A nostalgic smile was on her lips. 'It was I
who used to have to read the menu when you were
small,' she said. 'Then it's time that you relax and
let me return the favor,' I responded.
* * *
During the dinner, we had an agreeable
conversation- -nothing extraordinary but catching up
on recent events of each other's life. We talked so
much that we missed the movie.
* * *
As we arrived at her house later, she said,
'I'll go out with you again, but only if you let me
invite you.' I agreed.
* * *
'How was your dinner date ?'
asked my wife when I got home.
'Very nice. Much more so than I could have imagined,'
I answered.
* * *
A few days later, my mother died of a massive
heart attack. It happened so suddenly that I didn't
have a chance to do anything for her.
* * *
Some time later, I received an envelope with a
copy of a restaurant receipt from the same place
mother and I had dined. An attached note said: 'I
paid this bill in advance. I wasn't sure that I
could be there; but nevertheless, I paid for two
plates - one for you and the other for your wife.
You will never know what that night meant for me.
I love you, son.'
* * *
At that moment, I understood the importance of
saying in time: 'I LOVE YOU' and to give our loved
ones the time that they deserve. Nothing in life is
more important than your family. Give them the time
they deserve, because these things cannot be put off
till 'some other time.'
* * *
Somebody said it takes about six weeks to get back
to normal after you've had a baby.... somebody
doesn't know that once you're a mother,
'normal' is history.
* * *
Somebody said you learn how to be a mother by
instinct .. somebody never took a three-year-old shopping.
* * *
Somebody said being a mother is boring ....
somebody never rode in a car driven by a teenager with a driver's permit.
Somebody said if you're a'good' mother,
your child will 'turn out good'....
somebody thinks a child comes with
directions and a guarantee.
* * *
Somebody said you don't need an education to be a
mother.... somebody never helped a fourth grader
with his math.
* * *
Somebody said you can't love the second child as
much as you love the first ... somebody doesn't
have two children.
* * *
Somebody said the hardest part of being a mother
is labor and delivery....
somebody never watched her 'baby' get on the bus
for the first day of kindergarten ...
or on a plane headed for military 'boot camp.'
* * *
Somebody said a mother can stop worrying after her
child gets married....somebody doesn't know that
marriage adds a new son or daughter-in-law to a
mother's heartstrings.
* * *
Somebody said a mother's job is done when
her last child leaves home....
somebody never had grandchildren.
* * *
Somebody said your mother knows you love her, so
you don't need to tell her....
somebody isn't a mother.

Just a few days ago
A friend lost her Mother
And as we all know
There will never be another.

She's one of the few things in life
That can never be replaced
She's led us down those life's paths
That can never be retraced.

Too many take their Moms for granted
And think they'll always be around
They don't know how She'll be missed
When, one day She's Heaven-bound.

Why we celebrate this special day
Only this one time a year
When everyday our Mom is special
And we should tell Her, make that clear.

So, if you are a lucky one
Whose Mom is still with you
Tell her everyday you love her
For, that's the least that you can do..

Pass this along to all the 'mothers' in your life
and to everyone who ever had a mother. This isn't
just about being a mother; it's about appreciating
the people in your life while you have
matter who that person is.

Cerita Nabi Musa..

assalammualaikum wbt......

jadikan iktibar dlm hidup......

Nabi Musa adalah satu-satunya Nabi yang boleh bercakap terus dengan Allah S.W.T.

Setiap kali dia hendak bermunajat, Nabi Musa akan naik ke Bukit Tursina.

Di atas bukit itulah dia akan bercakap dengan Allah. Nabi Musa sering bertanya dan Allah akan menjawab pada waktu itu juga. Inilah kelebihannya yang tidak ada pada nabi-nabi lain.

Suatu hari Nabi Musa telah bertanya kepada Allah. "Ya Allah, siapakah orang di syurga nanti yang akan berjiran dengan aku?".

Allah pun menjawab dengan mengatakan nama orang itu, kampung serta tempat tinggalnya.

Setelah mendapat jawapan, Nabi Musa turun dari Bukit Tursina dan terus berjalan mengikut tempat yang diberitahu. Setelah beberapa hari di dalam perjalanan akhirnya sampai juga Nabi Musa ke tempat berkenaan.

Dengan pertolongan beberapa orang penduduk di situ, beliau berjaya bertemu dengan orang tersebut. Setelah memberi salam beliau dipersilakan masuk dan duduk di ruang tamu.

Tuan rumah itu tidak melayan Nabi Musa. Dia masuk ke dalam bilik dan melakukan sesuatu di dalam. Sebentar kemudian dia keluar sambil membawa seekor babi betina yang besar. Babi itu didukungnya dengan cermat.

Nabi Musa terkejut melihatnya. "Apa hal ini?, kata Nabi Musa berbisik dalam hatinya penuh kehairanan.

Babi itu dibersihkan dan dimandikan dengan baik. Setelah itu babi itu dilap sampai kering serta dipeluk cium kemudian dihantar semula ke dalam bilik.

Tidak lama kemudian dia keluar sekali lagi dengan membawa pula seekor babi jantan yang lebih besar. Babi itu juga dimandikan dan dibersihkan. Kemudian dilap hingga kering dan dipeluk serta cium dengan penuh kasih sayang. Babi itu kemudiannya dihantar semula ke bilik.

Selesai kerjanya barulah dia melayan Nabi Musa. "Wahai saudara! Apa agama kamu?"

"Aku agama Tauhid", jawab pemuda itu iaitu agama Islam.

"Habis, mengapa kamu membela babi? Kita tidak boleh berbuat begitu." Kata Nabi Musa.

"Wahai tuan hamba", kata pemuda itu. "Sebenarnya kedua babi itu adalah ibubapa kandungku. Oleh kerana mereka telah melakukan dosa yang besar, Allah telah menukarkan rupa mereka menjadi babi yang hodoh rupanya. Soal dosa mereka dengan Allah itu soal lain. Itu urusannya dengan Allah. Aku sebagai anaknya tetap melaksanakan kewajipanku sebagai anak. Hari-hari aku berbakti kepada kedua ibubapaku sepertimana yang tuan hamba lihat tadi. Walaupun rupa mereka sudah menajdi babi, aku tetap melaksanakan tugasku", sambungnya.

"Setiap hari aku berdoa kepada Allah agar mereka diampunkan. Aku bermohon supaya Allah menukarkan wajah mereka menjadi manusia yang sebenar, tetapi Allah masih belum memakbulkan lagi.", tambah pemuda itu lagi.

Maka ketika itu juga Allah menurunkan wahyu kepada Nabi Musa a.s. 'Wahai Musa, inilah orang yang akan berjiran dengan kamu di Syurga nanti, hasil baktinya yang sangat tinggi kepasa kedua ibubapanya. Ibubapanya yang sudah buruk dengan rupa babi pun dia berbakti juga. Oleh itu Kami naikkan maqamnya sebagai anak soleh disisi Kami."

Allah juga berfirman lagi yang bermaksud : "Oleh kerana dia telah berada di maqam anak yang soleh disisi Kami, maka Kami angkat doanya. Tempat kedua ibubapanya yang Kami sediakan di dalam neraka telah Kami pindahkan ke dalam syurga."

Itulah berkat anak yang soleh. Doa anak yang soleh dapat menebus dosa ibubapa yang akan masuk ke dalam neraka pindah ke syurga.

Ini juga hendaklah dengan syarat dia berbakti kepada ibubapanya. Walaupun hingga ke peringkat rupa ayah dan ibunya seperti babi. Mudah-mudahan ibubapa kita mendapat tempat yang baik di akhirat kelak.

Walau bagaimana buruk sekali pun perangai kedua ibubapa kita itu bukan urusan kita, urusan kita ialah menjaga mereka dengan penuh kasih sayang sebagaimana mereka menjaga kita sewaktu kecil hingga dewasa.

Walau banyak mana sekali pun dosa yang mereka lakukan, itu juga bukan urusan kita, urusan kita ialah meminta ampun kepada Allah S.W.T supaya kedua ibubapa kita diampuni Allah S.W.T.

Doa anak yang soleh akan membantu kedua ibubapanya mendapat tempat yang baik di akhirat, inilah yang dinanti-nantikan oleh para ibubapa di alam kubur.

Erti sayang seorang anak kepada ibu dan bapanya bukan melalui hantaran wang ringgit, tetapi sayang seorang anak pada kedua ibubapanya ialah dengan doanya supaya kedua ibubapanya mendapat tempat yang terbaik di sisi Allah..


Bismillahirrahmanir rahiim.

Ya Allah Seandainya telah engkau catatkan Dia milikku tercipta buatku Satukanlah hatinya dengan hatiku Titipkanlah kebahagian antara kami.

Agar kemesraan itu abadi Dan ya Allah ya tuhanku yang maha mengasihi Seiringkanlah kami melayari hidup ini Ketepian yang sejahtera dan abadi

Tetapi Ya Allah Seandainya telah Engkau takdirkan dia bukan miliku
Bawalah ia jauh dari pandanganku Luputkanlah ia dari ingatanku
Dan peliharalah aku dari kekecewaan.

Serta ya Allah Ya Tuhanku yang Maha Mengerti Berikanlah aku kekuatan Melontar bayangannya jauh ke dada langit Hilang bersama senja nan merah agar aku bahagia Walaupun tanpa bersama dengannya

Dan ya Allah yang tercinta Gantillah yang telah hilang Tumbuhkanlah kembali yang telah patah Walaupun tidak sama dengan dirinya

Ya Allah ya tuhanku Pasrahkanlah aku dengan takdirmu Sesungguhnya apa yang telah Engkau takdirkan Adalah yang terbaik buat ku kerana Engkau Maha mengetahui Segala yang terbaik buat hamba Mu ini

Ya Allah Cukuplah engkau sahaja yang menjadi pemeliharaku Di dunia dan di akhirat Dengarlah rintihan dari hamba Mu yang daif ini

Jangan engkau biarkan aku sendirian Di dunia ini mahupun di akhirat Menjuruskan aku kearah kemaksiatan dan kemungkaran Maka kurniakanlah aku seorang pasangan yang beriman

Supaya aku dan dia sama-sama dapat membina kesejahteraan hidup Ke jalan yang Engkau redhai dan kurniakanlah padaku keturunan yang soleh.

Amin.. Ya Rabbal A’lamin.

( Doa Ini Bukan Karya Saya ... Sekadar Untuk Kita Kongsi Bersama )

baby and his toy hehehe



The House of ALLAH in Makkah. The Kaa'ba is covered by a black cloth known as 'Kiswa', which is produced & changed every year. Special factory designed for the making of Kiswa in Makkah. It costs approx. SR 17million.The cloth is made of 670kgs of silver dyed black, about 120kgs of pure gold & 50kgs of silver used in writing the Qur'anic verses over the cloth. The total area of the cloth is 658sqr meter.

This is very useful and rare info