How to crack a Mac OS X 10.5 System   Leave a comment

There are many options for cracking the OS X 10.5 system that involves a CD or Flash Drive. In this article we will go over how to do it with a few lines of code.


First: Restart your system or power on your system. When you do and the system goes back on press COMMAND and S at the same time. This will take you to the command prompt. 

Second: Type the following one at a time:

fsck -fy

mount -uw /

launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/

dscl . -passwd /Users/UserName newpassword

Notes: Remember to replace UserName with the username you are trying to crack and replace newpassword with the password you would like to use in order to gain access.

Third: Restart your Mac and enter your new password! Mission accomplished!

Posted May 15, 2012 by mcecnetwork in Uncategorized

How to access your router via a web browser.   Leave a comment

Most routers are pretty easy to access. All you have to do is open up your favorite browser wither Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc. Once you do all you have to do is type in into your address bar and hit enter. A prompt will ask for a user name and password. You can usually find that information either on the back of the router its self or somewhere in the material. However you can also find the default user name and password by visiting this website:

Posted May 14, 2012 by mcecnetwork in Wireless and Internet

Learning Assembly Language the easy way.   Leave a comment

As an expert programer and Windows user I have found it so easy to learn assembly language using Flat Assembler. Flat assembler comes with examples and it’s easy to find external examples from other websites. You can download the Flat Assembler by visiting The download and installation for it is pretty simple.

Flat Assembler also includes a message board with huge amounts of information. Plus their documentation that includes information on Flat Assembler is also impressive. More examples can also be found on their website to test out and learn from.

Posted May 14, 2012 by mcecnetwork in Computer Programming

Local Marketing Strategies   Leave a comment

There are many ways businesses can market their products and services. Some of the ways we will talk about in this articles is listing your business locally. The best way for marketing your company is by engaging customers and partners.

One of the best and easiest way to get your business going is by working with your local Chamber of Commerce. You are going to want to network with as many other businesses as possible as it could lead to stronger and better partnerships. Most Local CC’s will charge a fee but if you put your business out there you will make up way more than what you pay for.

Flyers are one of my favorite ways of promoting and finding new customers. Sometimes just by going up to local businesses and asking if you can post a flyer will call attention to your business. If other businesses get to learn more about your company, they will have reason to recommend you to their customers. Sometimes offering a sample or freebie can boost this relationship with trust sense your new partner can tell their customers from experience about your business.

Joining a gym or fitness center. Joining a gym is probably one of the funnest ways of finding customers. Not only are you exercising but you can get to know others while you do this. I think people are more open and talkative when they are healthy. I always feel so good when I work out and that is usually the best time to approach me on a business idea or plan.

Posted May 14, 2012 by mcecnetwork in Marketing

How to look up your Wireless Security Password in Windows 7   Leave a comment

Step 1: Click on Start and than click on Control Panel.

Step 2: Click on Network and Security.

Step 3: Click on Network and Sharing Center.

Step 4: Click on Change Adapter Settings.

Step 5: Right click on the Wireless Network Connection you are using.

Step 6: Click on Status.

Step 7: Click on the Wireless Properties button.

Step 8: Click on the security tab.

Step 9: Finally all you have to do is check mark the Show Characters bo and that will display your security password.

Posted May 12, 2012 by mcecnetwork in Wireless and Internet

How to create a website using HTML   Leave a comment

Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your own website?  Well if you are keep reading. In this post we will go over how to create your very first website. Designing a website will require some time and patience but at the end of this post it will be well worth it.

We will begin our journey on creating a HTML Website by opening up either a blank word, notepad, or wordpad document. Once you have a blank document type in the following:


Hello World!


Once you have typed or copied that into your blank document save your document with your document name ending in “.html” So for example you could save your new document as helloworld.html and it will save as a HTML Document.

Open up your document and voila! You should see your document that will display “Hello world!”

Posted May 11, 2012 by mcecnetwork in Computer Programming

Tax Credits   Leave a comment

Employee Deductions

-Employee salaries are deductible.

-Retirements plans for you and your employees are deductible.

-Business-Related Education expenses are deductible for seminars, classes, educational tapes or CDs, and convention fees.

Capital Expenses

-You can depreciate your property that you own over several years or

-You can depreciate your propert using section 179 to deduct it all.

-Even repairs are deductible

Auto Deductions

-If using your car for personal and business you will need to deduct using milage which is $0.50 per Mile.

-If you are using your care for just business you can depreciate the vehicle over a number of years plus the sales tax and improvements.

These are some other Auto Expenses you can deduct:

Gas Insurance Repairs
Oil Garage rent Tires
Tolls Parking fees  

Traveling deducations for Meals, Accomodation and Entertainment

-transportation such as by airplane, train or bus is deductible.

 -Getting around where you need to by taxi, commuter bus, and airport limousine is deductible.

-Baggage and shipping company material is deductible.

-Lodging by using a Hotel or Motel is deductible.

-Meals are deductible by 50%

-Dry Cleaning and Laundry are deductible.

-Telephone calls are deductible.

-Tips for any of these deductions are also deductible.

-Computer and other equipment rental services are deductible.

Home Office Deduction

If you run your business from home or apartment, you are able to use your home for a tax credit. According to the IRS “These expenses may include mortgage interest, insurance, utilities, repairs, and depreciation”. Other stuff such as repairs or adding a security system is also tax deductible.  

You can only take a deduction depending on how much of your home you use for business. For example, if you only use one room as your office, you would want to calculate how much in a percentage of space your office takes.

To determine the percentage of your office, you can use the following as an example:

  • Your office is 240 square feet (12 feet × 20 feet).
  • Your home is 1,200 square feet.
  • Your office is 20% (240 ÷ 1,200) of the total area of your home.
  • Your business percentage is 20%.

Once you know how much of a percentage you can deduct, you can start getting some numbers to report. So for example lets say that your home utilities costed you $5,000 for the year ending. You will be able to have a tax deduction of $1,000(20% of $5,000).