Do I have to tell you why Thailand, well then let me give you reasons why you of all countries will enjoy this country if you love outdoors!
Have you tried caving, if not then try it in Thailand. Get inside of Thailand literally by exploring ancient caves and tremendous caverns like those in the Pang Mapha District of the Mae Hong Son Province. Dare and see the underground and discover wildlife, history and geology, it’s a caving venture you will never forget. Caves like Cave Lodge have expert guides. Expert guides will escort you so you need not to worry, they will lead you through geologic labyrinths, vertical caves and collapsed caves. For additional thrill and blood rushing, your journey comes along with forest hikes or rafting to see even more of the Thai landscape.
For animal lover and wild life enthusiasts out there, we are sure that you will enjoy Jungle Trekking in the wilds of Thailand by hitting the unmarked trails. To make the most out of your trip, try at least a 3-day trek to see mountain ridges, rainforests and experience camping in the beautiful Thai wilderness.
Elephant Riding, sounds like fun, yes it is! This will be a whole new experience that you shouldn’t ever miss, taking an elephant ride through local Thai villages and surrounding forests. Miss it and it will feel like you have never gone to Thailand at all.
Planning a camping adventure for first timers can be very frustrating at first. You maybe unsure as to what you should bring along with you and if you have the rights tools. Although a camping vacation can be fun and exciting, it can sometimes be stressful to plan. But don’t worry, like they say the first time is always the hardest. And again don’t worry because it is not as hard as you think.
When it comes to camping you will have to bring multiple items with you because you will be in the wilderness and convenience will be provided for you rather you must bring it with you. It is your first time so what you need to know is how to purchase the right tools and how to avoid fraud while buying.
A teenage hacker who goes by the name of “Pinkie Pie” will receive $60,000 in prize money from Google, by producing the first Chrome vulnerability at the Hack in the Box conference on Wednesday. The exploit was discovered and successfully launched just ahead of the deadline for completion, according to early reports from the event. Before awarding the cash prize, Google had to first verify and confirm the vulnerability – which it just now did, the company tells us via email. More details have also been posted to the Google Chrome blog.
According to the blog post, the hack involves the following exploit:
[$60,000] Critical CVE-2011-2358: SVG use-after-free and IPC arbitrary file write. Credit to Pinkie Pie.
Google has set aside $2 million in prize money for hackers who find security vulnerabilities in its Chrome web browser, with $60,000 being reserved for those who find “full Chrome exploits.” $50,000 which is offered for partial exploits, and $40,000 for non-Chrome exploits – that is, other bugs found in Flash, Windows, or a driver that are not necessarily specific to Chrome, but could cause issues for users. Google said in February that it would awards those latter prizes because it also served the company’s overall mission of “making the entire web safer.” (The prize amounts have since changed.) Incomplete exploits may also be rewarded, based on judges’ decisions.
This is the second time “Pinkie Pie” has earned the top prize. In March, the hacker also earned $60,000 in the first “Pwnium competition” (as the event is called) by stringing together six vulnerabilities in order to break out of Chrome’s sandbox. According to a report from Infoworld, the hacker was not attending the Hack in the Box event this week, but had a colleague submit his latest entry for him.
In case you’re curious, the hacker is only identified by his handle “Pinkie Pie” because his employer doesn’t authorize his activity, noted Wired in March. (And yes, “Pinkie Pie” refers to the My Little Pony TV show, which has quite the following on Reddit).
Google has been offering cash rewards for those discovering security vulnerabilities and other bugs for some time. In March 2010, for example, the company began offering bounties for bugs found in the open-source browser Chromium (Chrome’s code base), which started at $500 and went up to $1,337 (yep, “leet” in hacker lingo).