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Find Your Android using Android device manager

October 25, 2013

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Lost your Android device? Couldn’t find it? Do not worry Google will locate your device for you. This was initially introduced by Apple by there Find My iPhone, Although it is a late catch up Google it works really well. You can remotely ring your Android device and you can also wipe all the date in your […]

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Workaround for TCP/IP Security Limitation in Windows XP

September 8, 2012

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One of my clients running their internal Mail Server in Windows XP SP2. And some times an event is logged as “TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect attempts” and the Event ID: 4226. For security (malware infections) reason since Windows XP SP2 release it limits 10 concurrent connections […]

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Use the Internet wisely & Stay safe from DNS Changer malware

May 11, 2012

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Hello Folks, Once again, I’m back with another piece of information which is useful for the users. Almost all the internet audience will be targeted on this since it’s a privacy & protecting your self over the internet. Okay!! Today’s topic is about the famous malware which is spreading over the net anonymously these days & injecting users computer […]

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Session Hijacking made easy – Android

December 31, 2011

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Session Hijacking also known as a Sidejacking, is an attack stealing someones web session to gain unauthorized access. What is a web (HTTP) session Each & every time a user log into Facebook, Twitter or your banking account… etc, the web server will give the user a session ID or a token while the web browser stores […]

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Secure your Gmail access with 2-step verification

December 9, 2011

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Google now has a security feature called 2-step verification which provides a secure way of login to your Gmail account. This would probably help when you you’re using a public PC or your friend’s PC. Who knows he/she has a key logger inside the PC ;). In this tutorial I’ll explain how to configure it […]

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Creating Strong Passwords

November 16, 2011

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Passwords are an important aspect of computer security, because they are the front line protection for user accounts. A poorly chosen password of an individual may cause our entire network to be compromised. Thus, employees at RSSP are expected to follow these guidelines when selecting their passwords to keeping them secure.

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Hack Wireless

November 15, 2011

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Wireless networks broadcast their packets using radio frequency or optical wavelengths. A modern laptop computer can listen in. Worse, an attacker can manufacture new packets on the fly and persuade wireless stations to accept his packets as legitimate.

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Security Proffessionals or Cyber Criminals?

November 1, 2011

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Most people keep in mind that people called hackers are criminals who destroy or gain unauthorized access to Network systems, Stealing government’s confidential  information  and so on. Yes it is, but those people are one kind of hackers. So in this article let’s see who really are the hackers. In hacking world people called hackers […]

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Protect Your Computer from USB Viruses

October 23, 2011

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With increasing anti-virus security in place against email-aware viruses and malware, hackers are turning their attention to less well-defended routes such as USB drives. This is the latest method that’s used by hackers to torment innocent users. However, there are ways you can protect your computer from USB and Pen drive viruses.

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What is Spyware – Explained

October 9, 2011

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Spyware is a type of software intended to collect information from computers without permission of the user and then send that stolen information over the Internet to the spyware designer. The type of information collected varies greatly.

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