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This week, Lifehacker looks at why Aussies are less vulnerable to malware, DIY camera lens and media centres, how to get Google Apps on your desktop, the best online backup tools, and free passes on offer to the SME Technology Summit!

Why A 3% Pay Rise Isn’t All Bad News
So how much of a pay rise did the typical Aussie get in the last 12 months?

Get Cheap Entry For SME Technology Summit
Free passes up for grabs!

Customising Google’s SafeSearch Options
How to keep sexually explicit material away from your (not so) innocent eyes.

mmKeys.dll Makes Media Keys Work Properly With iTunes
How to make your multimedia PC keyboard work properly with iTunes.

Australians Less Vulnerable To Malware Infection
Find out why we’re way below the average.

What Happens To Your Online Accounts When You Die?
Isn’t it time you talked about what’s important?

Make A Detachable Fish Eye Lens Adaptor On The Cheap
Why buy another lens when you can DIY?

Office 2010 Professional Beta Available For Download
There’s a catch though…

Build A Powerful Boxee Media Centre
And why Boxee’s got the upper hand on XBMC.

Google Tasks Client Puts Tasks (Or Any Google App) On Your Desktop
How to get Google Apps on your desktop.

Five Best Online Backup Tools

You’re Backing Up Your Data The Wrong Way
…how to do it properly.