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pEDo: January 2009 - The other side of my cerebro.


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GMANews.TV - Pre-need companies seek more lax trust fund rules - Official Website of GMA News and Public Affairs - Latest Philippine News - BETA

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1/16/2009 08:30:00 PM

Suspended QCSHS Students

Blog - a word which is previously not found in any dictionary, now has taken its toll to everyone's ear. The word originally evolved from "Web Log". Now blog has become an online diary or journal to a lot of individual.

Blogging has also reached a lot of students, and due to this blog that four (4) of the students of Quezon City Science High School was suspended. In a Democratic country like Philippines, we have always heard a lot of Journalists and Newsmen who is either punished or killed just because of expressing their thoughts and doing their jobs. And now, even students get punished just for merely expressing their sentiments, criticism, views, and complaints about their Principal - Dr. Zenaida Sadsad's several school policies.

Here's a quote from the President of CEGP (College Editors Guild of the Philippines), Alquisola during his interview by ABS-CBN: "The students' complaints are valid and legitimate, and their putting up the blog merely a venue to air out their demands and democratic rights. Was the QCSHS administration so threatened by a bunch of high school kids that it resorted to the outright violation of their rights? In these times, young people should be encouraged to voice out their views, not sanctioned and censured into silence,"

One of the suspended students (multiply username: michaelmiravite) has shared his blog's link, and if you can't find it, just follow the links below.

Journal Item #46
Open Letter to the Admin
The Author's Farewell?
Journal Item #81

I have also quoted the suspended student's comment on one of the alleged blog since it has already been buried in by a lot of incoming comments. As this student commented, they do not know the author, and are not involved with the blog of Lawrence Agoncillo regarding the QCSHS issue.

mychaelmiravite wrote on Jan 16, 2009 at 2:47 AM
Please, PLEASE, wag niyo muna tabunan ng comments ito. Para mabasa ng mga magiinvestigate.

i'm myke miravite, one of the suspended students of qcshs.

Lilinawin ko lang, hindi ito yung mga klase ng blogs na na-publish namin. While I admit that I salute this "Lawrence Agoncillo" for his courage, siguro sumobra pa rin siya sa pagiging harsh. Below the belt na yung mga tira niya sa school admin kaya hindi namin siya cinoconsider case namin dahil talagang mabigat yung mga pagkakamali niya. Kahit gaano pa kapalpak ang isang sistema, kelangan nandun pa rin yung respect.

To make things clear, hindi kami (yung suspended students) involved sa blogsite na ito. Actually, hindi talaga namin kilala kung sino ang author nito.

Btw, here's my personal blog: and if you want to gain access to my blog entries regarding the qcshs issue, just pm or email me.


(eto yung blog entries ko. private yung iba diyan kaya kung gusto niyong ma-access, email or pm me na lang.)

(kung sino ka man, please, magpakilala ka na. kami yung nagssuffer dahil sa blogsite mo.)

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1/07/2009 12:55:00 AM

Autome Trojan (Generic_c.ACRH)

Have you sometimes wondered why your Task Manager and Registry Editing Tool was just suddenly disabled? When you try to run either of these two application, a message "...has been disabled by your administrator." just pops-up. Although you are very sure that nobody, and not even you voluntarily disabled the Task Manager nor the Registry Tool.

You may be infected with the "autome" (as I call it) - or the Generic_c.ACRH trojan horse as detected by AVG Anti-virus. This trojan creates a hidden process which runs in your system and disables the Task Manager so that you won't be able to terminate this process. It also disables the registry editing tools so that you won't have the ability to re-enable the Task Manager. Besides this, it also infects your removable drives. It replicates itself on the removable drive and re-program the autorun.ini so that it would run it's own process upon activation of the drive.

Although the damage done by this Trojan wasn't "healed" by the anti-virus I'm using, it helped me to decipher the trojan's process which led me to the creation of the total removal of the infection and healing of its damage.

The autome remover first deletes the infection from your system and from any active removable drives. Then it re-enables all the system features which was disabled by the trojan.

This remover is free for download and use for your benefit. Note however that any damage done in your system after using this utility is not my responsibility. We may not know if your system has already been damaged by other trojans or viruses prior or after the 'autome' trojan was removed and healed.

Download the file here.
If the download fails, try here then click the 'Download File' button.

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