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How safe is it to save your passwords on your browser?

By | 16th March, 2016 | 0 Comments

While saving passwords on your browsers are a convenient way to remember all your passwords, they are quite easy to grab passwords from website from someone who tries to use your browser. We would not recommend doing it.

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Learn how to get someone’s Skype IP address online

By | 12th February, 2015 | 0 Comments

Skype IP resolvers are online services that bypass the skypes protocols to detect the user’s IP address when he’s online. Learn how to use them which might come handy some day.

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Manually enable plugins like flash on specific sites

By | 18th February, 2014 | 0 Comments

Firefox has a feature that lets you choose where to enable those plugins and extension while being non existent to other sites.

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Wappalyzer : Detect CMS, Web server, and framework of a site

By | 16th September, 2013 | 0 Comments

Wappalyzer is an add-on for Firefox and Chrome that allows you to detect Content Management Systems (CMS), Web Server, Programming Language at work on the site.

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Disable/Uninstall Java until a security fix is available.

By | 13th January, 2013 | 0 Comments

Java 7 has been found vulnerable to 0-day exploit which opens systems to exploitation and mischief from hackers. So users are advised to disable or uninstall it.

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Use OpenDNS to analyze, control and protect your network

By | 4th September, 2012 | 0 Comments

OpenDNS is a free DNS service that gives you control over your network allowing you filter malicious sites, and also analyze and contribute to a safer web.

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iOS 5 Twitter Restrictions Bypass Vulnerability

By | 1st August, 2012 | 0 Comments

A video from iphoneIslam on Youtube video shows an iOS 5 security flaw that lets you bypass Twitter applications settings restrictions.

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PowerTool – Powerful Open Source Antivirus & Rootkit

By | 25th June, 2012 | 0 Comments

PowerTool is an open source anti root-kit, anti-virus and bootkit software with ability to analyze, detect and fix deep infections in your system.

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Encrypt your DNS queries with DNSCrypt

By | 10th May, 2012 | 0 Comments

DNSCrypt is a privacy software which encrypts DNS queries from you to server which might be vulnerable to eavesdropping otherwise. It works with any DNS servers.

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Advanced System Care with Anti-Virus Beta

By | 28th April, 2012 | 0 Comments

Advanced System Care with Antivirus beta is a combination of one of the best known system care utility with real time antivirus protection. test it out now.

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Backtrack 5 on Samsung Galaxy S (Linux for Android)

By | 15th April, 2012 | 0 Comments

Run Backtrack 5 on Samsung Galaxy S with Linux for Android project which lets you use Backtrack and all its security tools on the go on your phone.

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SE Android with improved security released by NSA

By | 18th January, 2012 | 0 Comments

SE Android is a Security Enhanced project for Android OS by NSA which plans to minimize the current security holes and provide protection.

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Hiding web directory listing on your sites

By | 12th October, 2011 | 0 Comments

This is a simple trick to hide all the web directory listings from your site, so that visitors or any other people can’t view the contents of your site.

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ClamWin – Open Source Antivirus Software based on ClamAV

By | 10th October, 2011 | 0 Comments

ClamWin is a open source antivirus software based on Clam AV antivirus engine which is built to detect Viruses, Trojans, Malware

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Android Antivirus : NetQin Security with Anti-Lost

By | 3rd October, 2011 | 0 Comments

NetQin Security is a android antivirus app which prevents your device from malicious code and apps and also with anti lost and system optimization features.

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Hacker Group Anonymous plans to destroy facebook on November 5

By | 10th August, 2011 | 3 Comments

The hacker group Anonymous plans to destroy facebook because of its privacy related issues on November 5 with a video on Youtube.

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Anti Keylogger for Firefox, IE and Flock

By | 16th April, 2011 | 0 Comments

A safe way to browse web without the need to worry about keyloggers stealing your private information and data. Keysrambler anti keylogger provides this feature for Firefox, IE and Flock.

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How to change Yahoo Account Password?

By | 2nd November, 2010 | 0 Comments

Wondering how to change your yahoo password. This tutorial will help you get it done. We are going to try to change the password by using ¬†Yahoo messenger and one without using Yahoo messenger and using just the browser. First lets try with the easy yahoo messenger method. Login to your yahoo messenger. Then on […]

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Prevent Google from tracking you using GoogleSharing

By | 16th September, 2010 | 0 Comments

Google, the number 1 search engine on the internet does something more than just provide you with good search results and lots of free services like google voice, mail, google earth and much more. Google monitors your searches and queries to send you relevant ads or to identify you. These all data’s are saved in […]

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TrueCrypt : Secure your data with the best security encryption

By | 3rd September, 2010 | 0 Comments

Are you worried about your data, files, important documents getting in the wrong hands. Its really important to secure your data when you are working on something important. And if you are depending upon windows password to secure the important data for you, you are depending on a string of protection.

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Security basics: Rogue antivirus softwares

By | 27th August, 2010 | 0 Comments

Most people nowadays know all about the dangers of viruses infecting their computers. These viruses, attacks from spyware and adware aren’t just infected through links anymore. You can also get malware and a rogue anti-virus from phishing sites as well. They act like some kind of anti-virus or system tool to make you think that it’ll help you. And they ask you to pay for the upgrade to fix your problems, which they won’t.

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