Thursday, May 21, 2009





Anyone-using Internet mail such as Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL and so on. This information arrived this morning, Direct from both Microsoft and Norton. Please send it to everybody you know who has access to the Internet. You may receive an apparently harmless e-mail titled 'Mail Server Report'

If you open either file, a message will appear on your screen saying: 'It is too late now, your life is no longer beautiful.'

Subsequently you will LOSE EVERYTHING IN YOUR PC,
And the person who sent it to you will gain access to your name, e-mail and password.

This is a new virus which started to circulate on Saturday afternoon. AOL has already confirmed the severity, and the anti virus software's are not capable of destroying it .

The virus has been created by a hacker who calls himself 'life owner'.


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Mafia War Cheat, Weapons, Armours and Vehicles

Weapons, Armours and Vehicles

Street Thug (lvls 1 - 4)
Beat Up Rival Gangster = .22 Pistol [2, 0 weapon]
Rob a Pimp = 9mm Semi-Automatic [3, 2 weapon]

Associate (lvls 5 - 8)

Collect Protection Money = Butterfly Knife [2, 1 weapon]
Rough Up Dealers = Brass Knuckles [2, 2 weapon]
Take Out a Rogue Cop = .45 Revolver [3, 2 weapon]
Perform a Hit = Tactical Shotgun [3, 2 weapon]

Soldier (lvls 9 - 12)
Destroy Enemy Mob Hideout = C4 [5, 2 weapon]
Kill a Protected Snitch = Stab-Proof Vest [2, 5 armor]
Bust a Made Man Out of Prison = Automatic Rifle [4, 4 weapon], Shamrock Medallion [1, 7 armor]
Fight a Haitian Gang = Firebomb [4, 2 weapon], Semi-Automatic Shotgun [5, 4 weapon]
Clip the Irish Mob's Local Enforcer = Automatic Rifle [4, 4 weapon], Shamrock Medallion [1, 7 armor]
Steal a Tanker Truck = Firebomb [4, 2 weapon], Semi-Automatic Shotgun [5, 4 weapon]

Enforcer (lvls 13 - 17)
Smuggle Across the Border = Armoured Truck [8, 4 vehicle]
Rob an Electronics Store = Computer Set-Up, Concealable Camera, Untraceable Cell Phone (* special *)

Hitman (lvls 18 - 24)
Repel the Yakuza = Grenade Launcher [14, 10 weapon]
Disrupt Rival Smuggling Ring = .50 Caliber Rifle [16, 11 weapon]
Invade Tong-controlled Neighborhood = Armored Car [14, 15 vehicle]
Sell Guns to the Russian Mob = RPG Launcher [20, 12 weapon]
Protect your City against a Rival Family = Bodyguards [8, 25 armor]
Assassinate a Political Figure = Night Vision Goggles [5, 16 armor]
Exterminate a Rival Family = Napalm [25, 9 weapon]
Obtain Compromising Photos = Blackmail Photos (* special *)

Capo (lvls 25 - 34)

Steal an Air Freight Delivery = Prop Plane [5, 20 vehicle]
Run a Biker Gang Out of Town = Harley Davidson "Fat Boy" Motorcycle [18, 6 vehicle]
Steal Bank Records = Illegal Transaction Records (* special *)

Consigliere (lvls 35 - 59)
Influence a Harbor Official = Luxury Yacht [10, 20 vehicle]
Ransom a Businessman's Kids = Porche 911 [20, 14 vehicle]
Fix the Big Game = Bookie's Holdout Pistol [24, 12 weapon]

Underboss (lvls 60 - 99)

Break Into the Armory = Humvee [26, 22 vehicle]
Rip Off the Armenian Mob = AR-15 Assault Rifle [32, 10 weapon]
Take Over an Identity Theft Ring = Falsified Documents [2, 30 armor]

Boss (lvls 100+)
Buy Off a Federal Agent = Federal Agent [15, 25 armor]
Make a Deal with the Mexican Cartel = Private Jet [12, 38 vehicle]
Blackmail the District Attorney = Police Cruiser [22, 28 vehicle]
Shake Down a City Council Member = Armoured Limosine [16, 36 vehicle]

Mafia War, Rewards for mastering the Tiers (Cheat)

Rewards for mastering the Tiers

Street Thug (lvls 1 - 4)
You have mastered all of the level 3 “Street Thug” jobs earning the title of “Master Street Thug”.
A Pistol Bayonet has been added to your inventory, giving you +4% damage dealt in fights.

Associate (lvls 5 - 8)
You have mastered all of the level 3 “Associate” jobs earning the title of “Master Associate”.
A Bugatti has been added to your inventory, giving you -7% damage received in fights.

Soldier (lvls 9 - 12)
You have mastered all of the level 3 “Soldier” jobs earning the title of “Master Soldier”.
A Golden Skull has been added to your inventory, giving you a 30 second reduction on your health regen timer.

Enforcer (lvls 13 - 17)
You have mastered all of the level 3 “Enforcer” jobs earning the title of “Master Enforcer”.
A Money Plate has been added to your inventory, giving you a 5% discount on property purchases.

Hitman (lvls 18 - 24)
You have mastered all of the level 3 “Hitman” jobs earning the title of “Master Hitman”.
A Chainsaw Bayonet has been added to your inventory, giving you a 30 second reduction on your stanima regen timer.

Capo (lvls 25 - 34)

You have mastered all of the level 3 “Capo” jobs earning the title of “Master Capo”.
A State Senator has been added to your inventory, giving you a 5% discount on property repairs.

Consigliere (lvls 35 - 59)
You have mastered all of the level 3 “Consigliere” jobs earning the title of “Master Consigliere”.
A Helicopter has been added to your inventory, giving you a 30 second reduction on your energy regen timer.

Underboss (lvls 60 - 99)
You have mastered all of the level 3 "Underboss" jobs earning the title of "Master Underboss".
A Private Island has been added to your inventory, giving you a 5% bonus on job experience.

Boss (lvls 100+)
You have mastered all of the level 3 "Boss" jobs earning the title of "Master Boss".
A Golden Throne has been added to your inventory, giving you 2x the energy regenerated per regen period

Mafia War, Special Collection Rewards (Cheat)

Special Collection Rewards

Diamond Flush Collection (Street Thug Tier) = +1 Energy
Heart Flush Collection (Associate Tier) = +5 Health
Club Flush Collection (Soldier Tier) = +3 Attack
Poker Chips collection (Soldier Tier) = +2 Attack
Sculptures collection (Soldier Tier) = +3 Defense
Spade Flush Collection (Enforcer Tier) = +2 Stamina
Cigars Collection (Enforcer Tier) = +2 Energy
Ties Collection (Hitman Tier) = +6 Defense
Rings Collection (Hitman Tier) = +5 Defense
Cufflinks Collection (Capo Tier) = +10 Health
Paintings Collection (Capo Tier) = +6 Energy
Horses Collection (Consigliere Tier) = +7 Energy

Monday, May 4, 2009

Info about KWSP

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) also known in Malay as Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja.

The Malaysian EPF was formally founded after the enactment of the Employees Provident Fund Act 1991 (Act 452), which grants employees retirement benefits via a body that is intended to manage their savings.As of 31 December, 2006, a total of 11.4 million members have registered to the EPF, of which 5.4 million are active and contributing members, and 416,000 are active employers.

The EPF is intended to help employees from both private and non-pensionable public sectors save a fraction of their salary in a lifetime banking scheme, to be used in an event that the employee is temporarily or no longer fit to work. The EPF primarily applies to retirement, but sickness, disabilities or unemployment are also covered. The EPF also provides a framework for employers to meet legal and moral obligations to their employees.

Legally, the EPF is only obligated to provide 2.5% dividends (as per Section 27 of the Employees Provident Fund Act 1991).

The EPF claims that the lowered dividend is the result of its decision to invest in low-risk fixed revenue instruments, which produce lower returns but maintains the principal value of its members' contributions. This is due to the EPF primarily aimed at providing a stable financial security of its members.

In addition, the EPF further elaborates dividend rates and their performances are calculated and influenced based on the full distribution of net EPF revenue, depending on the return on investments that in turn is based on asset allocation.

The EPF also attributes the declining interest market rate since 1996 to the interest market rate. Because 75% of investment funds are concentrated towards bodies closely linked to trends in the interest market rate, including Malaysian Government Securities, loans or bonds, and money market instruments, low interest rates for the past few years had an adverse effect on returns for EPF investments.

In April 2007, criticism was raised at a proposed amendment of EPF guidelines (the EPF Bill (Amendment) 2007) that cuts monthly contributions of members above 55 years by 50% (6.2% from 11% for employees, and 5.7% from 12% for employers).The change was described as a disadvantage to tens and thousands of members compared to those under the pension scheme as the former is not given free medical treatment after retirement, and was described as a form of discrimination towards senior members. Under the proposal, an employer of foreign workers may also optionally contribute RM5 monthly per head, raising concerns of employers' preferences towards foreign employees. The government responded by claiming that the proposal may be studied, and later states that members can contribute at any amount above the slashed contributed amount.The EPF guideline for employers of foreign workers remains unchanged, citing that the policy has been implemented before in 1998.


As a retirement plan, money accumulated in an EPF savings can only be withdrawn when members reach 50 years old, during which they may withdraw only 30% of their EPF; members who are 55 years old or older may withdraw all of their EPF.When a member dies beforehand, the EPF fund is withdrawn in favour of a nominated individual.Withdrawals are also possible when a member will emigrate,[11] becomes disabled, or requires essential medical treatment.Members above 55 years old can choose not to withdraw EPF savings immediately and withdraw only later, and, under existing guidelines, employers may continue to contribute 12% of the members' salaries at their own discretion.


Effective 1 January, 2007, a member's EPF savings consists of two accounts that vary by their share of savings and withdrawal flexibilities. The first account, dubbed "Account I", stores 70% of the members' monthly contribution, while the second account, dubbed "Account II", stores 30%. Account I restricts withdrawals to the moment the member reaches an age of 55 years old, is incapacitated, leaves the country or passes away. Withdrawal of savings from Account II however, is permitted for down payments or loan settlements for a member's first house, finances for education and medical expenses, investments, and the time when the member reaches 50 years of age.

As of November 30, 2006 , the size of the EPF stood "in excess" of 260 billion ringgit.[2]

[edit] Savings and investments

As of 2007, the EPF functions by procuring at least 11% of each member's monthly salary and storing it in a savings account, while the member's employer is obligated to additionally fund at least 12% of employee's salary to the savings at the same time.[1]

While in savings, a member's EPF may be used as investments for companies deemed profitable and permissible by the organisation, from which dividends are banked to respective members' accounts. Alternately, members may use their EPF savings in their own investments, although such activities are not covered by the EPF and the members are to bear any losses made.[1]

Compared to those declared by several other agenda, the EPF declares an annual dividend on funds collected which has been progressively declining since 1987:

Father Throws 10 Month-Old in Boiling Water on a Dare

Father Throws 10 Month-Old in Boiling Water on a Dare

A 10 month-old Taiwanese girl was severely burned at the hand of her father last week in Taiwan.
Mr. Huang, a 47 year-old alcoholic noodle factory owner, had beenout all night drinking with some friends. When he returned home, veryintoxicated, his girlfriend and the baby’s mother, Ms. Lin, wasextremely angry and they began to argue.

Lin was holding their baby in her arms and at one point in theargument, dared Huang to throw their daughter into a gigantic wok ofboiling water.

Huang, furious and angry, jumped over and snatched his daughter from Lin and dumped her into the boiling water.

Lin in shock, managed to pull the baby out of the boiling water, but it was too late as 90% of the babies body was scalded.
She tried to cool the baby by running cold water on her and removingher clothing, but it only added to the babies pain as parts of her skinfell off.
Lin ran with the baby to her house, where her brother rushed them to the hospital.

A doctor described the baby’s pain as ‘being slashed by a thousand knives’, and almost 10 times worse than labor pains.
When the police arrived at the noodle factory to arrest Huang, theyfound him standing there cooking noodles as if nothing had occured.
Huang later told the police that he “didn’t mean to put the baby inthe boiling water. I really regret what I did after having a drop toomuch.’
Initially the baby’s condition looked to be improving, but Monday night, she took a turn for the worse.

3 days later, the 10 month-old girl died from multiple organ failure.“We respected the mother’s wish not to defibrillate or performcardiopulmonary resuscitation and we gave the baby all the medicationwe could, including antibiotics. Unfortunately, the girl left us at10:05am,” Changhua Christian Hospital emergency room supervisor ChouChih-chung (周志中 said.
“It was just too painful for her,” the mother said.

No More, Perodua Kancil ....

RAWANG, May 4 — Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua (Perodua) is preparing to phase out its first and oldest model, Kancil, next month after 16 years on the road.

Managing Director Datuk Syed Abdull Hafiz Syed Abu Bakar said Perodua would stop production of the popular 660cc Kancil and would replace it with the Viva.

“Right now we are in the final month of the production of the Kancil. After 16 years (and) after 750,000 Kancils on the road, we are ready to phase it out.”

“We would probably launch the Viva 660 basic to replace the Kancil around July,” he told Bernama in an interview recently at the manufacturing plant here.

The Kancil was the first model manufactured by Perodua, introduced shortly after the company’s incorporation in 1994.

The first batch of Kancils was launched on August 29, 1994, with a manufacturing capacity of 45,000 units per annum.

“For April this year, almost 1,000 units of the Kancil have been registered and we are now down to the final 1,000 to be sold in May or early June the latest”, he said.

Since its maiden launch, the Kancil has been through several processes of modifications, upgrades and facelifts.

As for the basic Viva, he said the price would be cheaper compared to the current Viva.

Perodua expects to sell a RM25,000 entry level car.

Currently, he said the cheapest Viva is about RM28,000.

“We are doing all these to prepare for our big launch in November of our Multi-Purpose Vehicle. Our mass production will start sometime end-September. So we do this in preparing for this new line for the MPV,” Syed Abdull said.

The new Perodua MPV is internally codenamed Perodua D46T and is expected to be priced between RM60,000 and RM65,000, he said.

The new Perodua D46T will be based on the Toyota Passo Sette, also known as the Daihatsu Boon Luminas.

It measures 4,180mm long, 1,695mm wide and is 1,620mm tall, with a long 2,750mm wheelbase to maximise the interior space (2,550mm long). – Bernama