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  1. Wiimms ISO Tools for Windows, Mac, and Linux These tools were made by Wiimm.. NOTE: These tools are used via command line.. Guides: Descriptions: wwt (Wiimms WBFS Tool): wdf (Wiimms WDF Tool): wfuse (Wiimms FUSE Tool): Download Here: [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    [DD] USendMii

    USendMii This tool was made by Crayon.. NOTE: This tool is only for Windows and Mac.. Videos: Screenshots: Instructions: Execute the installer. Before launching UsendMii Configure the vJoy Device: UsendMii will pick the first device that is available. Only buttons and axes (X, Y, Z, Rx, Ry and Rz) are supported. Launch UsendMii and Calibrate the vJoy Device in the Game Controllers (joy.cpl) Properties. Configure your games to use the proper vJoy Device. Videos: Screenshots: PC Inputs: How It Works: Game Description: Credits: Changelogs: 0.2.0: 0.1.0: 0.0.7: 0.0.6: 0.0.5: 0.0.4: 0.0.3: 0.0.2: 0.0.1: Download Here: Windows x64 Bit: [hide][Hidden Content]] Windows x32 Bit: [hide][Hidden Content]] OS X Mac x32 Bit: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Wiimms SZS Tools for Windows, Mac, and Linux These tools were made by Wiimm.. NOTE: These tools are used via command line.. Guides: Descriptions: wbmgt (Wiimms BMG Tool): wkclt (Wiimms KCL Tool): wkmpt (Wiimms KMP Tool): wstrt (Wiimms StaticR Tool): wctct (Wiimms CT-CODE Tool): Download Here: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. This tool was made by Riverfold Software. The keygen was made by CORE. NOTE: This tool is for Mac only.. Screenshots: Features: Descriptions: Download Here: Extraction Password: [email protected] Mega: [hide][Hidden Content]] MediaFire: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Ars Technica reports on a Tweet from Russian malware analyst Ivan Sorokin at Dr. Web claiming that the Flashback trojan has now infected over 600,000 Macs worldwide. That number reportedly includes 274 machines "from Cupertino", presumably meaning at Apple's headquarters. The authors of the Flashback trojan have continued to tweak the software since it first surfaced last September, adjusting its tactics several times to include both social engineering tricks and exploits of vulnerabilities. The most recently-seen version of Flashback surfaced earlier this week, exploiting a Java vulnerability that was unpatched on OS X. While Oracle had released an update closing the hole on Windows back in February, Apple had yet to issue a fix for Macs, as the company has historically maintained its own Java updates that are deployed some time after Oracle issues its own corresponding updates. But just a day after that report, Apple did update Java to address the vulnerability being exploited by Flashback. Antivirus firm F-Secure has instructions on how users can determine whether their machines are infected by the Flashback trojan. The instructions do involve running commands in Terminal, and users should thus take care to follow the instructions exactly. --Source: MacRumors.com This is not good news. If you're running Mac OS X, make sure you use Software Update to update to the latest version of Java, which closes the hole. To check whether or not you're infected, follow the link below for F-Secure's instructions: [Hidden Content]
  6. Electricpig reports that it has heard from a Mac accessory manufacturer that Apple is planning to launch a 15-inch MacBook Air as soon as April. The source is reportedly involved in "MacBook docking solutions", and while Apple almost certainly hasn't shared any specific information with the source, he does obviously have a strong interest in acquiring such information and may even have access to sources who could provide estimates of Apple's plans. That said, the source may simply be reiterating a previous rumor that had claimed new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with thinner MacBook Air-like form factors would be launching in April. One other question still remaining is chip availability from Intel. With delays in the launch of the chip manufacturer's new Ivy Bridge platform and uncertainty about whether these thinner MacBook Pro or larger MacBook Air products would run traditional mobile chips as found in the current MacBook Pro or ultra low voltage chips as found in the MacBook Air, it is not entirely clear when chips for the new machines will become available. --Source: MacRumors.com This is really great news. The 15 inch MacBook Air would be AWESOME. A lot of people want the form factor of a MBA in a bigger size than 13", and the 15" fits perfectly, as that's the size that most people use these days (including myself).
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