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The Best 10 Smartphones In 2018

All huge smartphone launches have now passed and as we approach the year's end, the ten best shake out after increasingly broadened use of each. Every one of the ten telephones are phenomenal and certain viewpoints make each a conceivable contender for the best spot.

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The Galaxy Note 9 is the best phone for business.
The Galaxy Note 9 improves upon the Note 8 with a Bluetooth S Pen, more internal capacity and RAM, a massive 4,000 mAh battery, better dual rear cameras with some software intelligence, enhanced audio capability, and new placement of the rear fingerprint scanner.
The new Bluetooth S Pen is an excellent innovation that is sure to please all Note fans with the additional remote control functionality. Later this year a SDK will be released so that third parties can add support for the Bluetooth S Pen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 continues to have all of the excellent Galaxy Foundation aspects such as a high level of water resistance, fast wireless charging, a stunning Super AMOLED screen, expandable microSD storage, a 3.5mm headset jack, and much more. In addition, extending it to an external monitor with Samsung DeX is quick and easy, while also providing a full functioning desktop experience. Samsung just released a Linux on DeX beta this week that continues to show how capable the Galaxy Note 9 is for business.
Since it has been out now for a few months, you can find great deals on the Note 9. T-Mobile sells it for $900 ($100 less than launch price). You can get for a cheaper price on Jumia and Konga. With a large capacity microSD card you could actually have more than 1TB in the palm of your hand.





2. Huawei Mate 20 Pro

Huawei recently announced the Mate 20 Proand it brings together all of the greatness of Huawei into a single device that is tough to beat. The Mate 20 Pro includes the first Android 7nm process chipset with the Kirin 980 (Apple's A12 Bionic also uses the 7nm process), two Neural Processing Units, a fourth-generation image signal processor, and a LTE Cat.21 modem.
The triple rear camera capability from the Huawei P20 Pro is brought to the Mate 20 Pro, but in a different central two-by-two arrangement with one change made to one of the three lenses. The three rear cameras have 40MP, 20MP, and 8MP resolution with a 24MP front-facing shooter and artificial intelligence to help you capture great shots. The monochrome lens has been replaced with a wide-angle lens so that you now have telephoto, wide-angle, and standard camera functionality.
A large 6.39 inch OLED is on the front with cool Midnight Blue, Emerald Green, Black, Pink Gold, and Twilight color options for the device. Android 9.0 Pie powers things while EMUI has been updated to version 9.0.
One interesting move from Huawei is the inclusion of an external storage card slot using its own new nano memory card rather than standard microSD cards. We also see one of the first fingerprint scanners embedded right into the display. Huawei is known for very long battery life and massive batteries so the 4,200 mAh battery is no real surprise, but much appreciated.
The prices are not so expensive,  check them out on Jumia or Konga

3. Google Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3

While the Galaxy Note 9 offers just about everything you want, software updates are not its specialty. If you want an Android phone that will always have the latest firmware and security updates, while also offering a fairly stock experience, then nothing beats the new Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL. These two phones are the exact same except for the overall size and battery capacity.
The Google Pixel 3 XL has a large 6.3-inch 18:9 display, Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB and 128GB integrated storage, single rear 12.2 megapixel camera, dual front-facing cameras, IP68 dust and water resistance, a 3430 mAh battery, and dual front stereo speakers. The smaller Pixel 3 has a 5.5 inch display and smaller 2,915 mAh battery while the rest of the specs are the same as the XL model. Thankfully, wireless charging is included this year, along with a set of wired Pixel Buds in the retail package.
The larger Pixel 3 XL has a display with a notch while the smaller model forgoes this design approach so often seen today. They both help you shoot stunning photos so if photography means more to you than other functions and features you may want to consider the Pixel 3 or 3 XL over other smartphones in this list.In addition to software being a focus for Google, the camera is another reason to buy the Pixel 3 or 3 XL over other better smartphone hardware. Google just released its Night Sight mode for the camera and it is truly magic.
The smaller Pixel 3 starts at $799 while the Pixel 3 XL starts at $899 for the 64GB model. You can check their current prices on Jumia and Konga.They are both powered by Android 9.0 Pie and will receive OS upgrades for three years. Google's newest Assistant features are present along with some other Google software advances.



4. Apple iPhone XS Max/XS

Apple pushed the entry-level price of a flagship up to $1,000 last year with the iPhone X and raised the bar again this year with the most expensive flagship available in the iPhone XS Max. ZDNet's Jason Cipriani awarded the iPhone XS Max an impressive near-perfect score of 9.6/10 so I'm pretty sure Jason would give the top spot to this phone.
The Apple iPhone XS Max has been shown to best all other phones in benchmarking testing and the Apple A12 Bionic chipset certainly blazes new trails. It has a fabulous OLED screen, good sized battery, and new camera software to make it a very compelling flagship.

6. OnePlus 6T

OnePlus launched the new OnePlus 6T at the end of October and for the first time ever it launched on a US wireless carrier. I picked up my Mirror Black model at a local T-Mobile store, after visiting several stores that were sold out, and took advantage of the $300 launch trade-in option.
OnePlus earns a top five spot on my list because of the high end specifications, reasonable price that is hundreds less than other flagships, extremely responsive performance, and use of new technology.
If I had an affordable smartphone list, then the OnePlus 6T would be number one with prices ranging from $549 to $629. The lowest cost one still has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage while the $629 model has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. You will not find another phone with these great specs for these prices.
The OnePlus 6T is composed of two pieces of Gorilla Glass 6 with a metal frame. No other phone available today uses Gorilla Glass 6. The design is elegant and the build quality is excellent. It has a lovely AMOLED 6.41 inch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, dual rear cameras (they are a bit underutilized compared to the high end flagships), ample RAM and internal storage options, some level of dust and water resistance, a large 3700 mAh battery and quick charge capability, with excellent radio support for GSM networks.
The display has a very small notch, similar to what we saw on the Essential Phone, and also runs the latest version of OxygenOS with an extremely responsive software experience. You can even enable an all touch interface, similar to the iPhone X. The in-screen fingerprint sensor works well while the face unlock option is handy for less secure daily unlocking of your phone.



7. Huawei P20 Pro

While US consumers will have to resort to eBay to pick one up, the Huawei P20 Proremains one of the most exciting phones of 2018, even with its new cousin just launching in the form of the Mate 20 Pro.
The unique triple camera design with 68 megapixels worth of shooting power should help you take some fantastic shots with a low light mode that beats out all the other smartphones available today.
Huawei has been including massive capacity batteries in its flagships and the P20 Pro is no exception with 4,000 mAh that is sure to get you through at least one full, busy day. It has a large 6.1 inch OLED with a notch you can show or hide, a powerful Kirin 970 processor with integrated AI, IP67 dust and water resistance, and more.

7. Apple iPhone XR

The Apple iPhone XR differs from the XS/XS Max with a LED screen instead of OLED, lower resolution, no 3D Touch support (does anyone even care about this?), a single rear camera, and a 6.1 inch display that fits in between these other two new phones. It has the same Apple A12 Bionic processor, same camera software and hardware as the 12MP prime camera, and other enhanced Apple features like face unlock. The iPhone XR has a larger capacity battery than the iPhone XS and a reported battery life greater than the XS and XS Max.
You can purchase the iPhone XR in black, white, blue, yellow, coral, and Product Red. The iPhone XR starts at $749, which is $250 less than the 64GB iPhone XS. There is also a 128GB model for just $799, which is likely the best deal for the iPhone XR with the iPhone XS 256GB at a whopping $1,149.
The cellular reception of the iPhone XR is a bit worse in weak signal areas than the iPhone X models, but iPhones have never been able to match the cellular reception quality seen in Android phones. The battery life of the iPhone XR is awesome and the camera does a great job. For many people, it is likely one of the best iPhones you can buy today and is more reasonably priced than the new XS and XS Max.

8. LG V40 ThinQ

LG continues to release great phones that appreciate over time and in a crowded flagship market, the LG V40 may have a tough time finding its place as well.
While Huawei was one of the first major brands to launch a phone with three rear cameras, LG bumped that up by announcing a phone with five total cameras. Three are found on the back and two are on the front.
LG has always stood apart from the others with its second rear camera having a true wide-angle lens for great landscape and large room photography. The new LG V40 keeps the wide-angle camera while also adding a telephoto lens to the standard lens option so you can do just about anything you want, including snapping once to take three photos, with this new flagship phone.
Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the LG V40 ThinQ has everything but the kitchen sink included. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack with Quad-DAC support, triple rear camera setup, dual front-facing camera, wireless charging, IP68 rating, MIL-STD 810G shock resistant rating, microSD expansion card for inexpensive unlimited storage expansion, a screen that extends nearly the full front with a notch, and incredible audio support with its Boombox speaker system. The 3,300 mAh battery will not get you as far as the top five phones in this list and is one area that keeps me from using it daily over the long term




9. Sony Xperia XZ3

Sony is back on the 10 best list with its best smartphone in years in the form of the Xperia XZ3.
The Sony Xperia XZ3 matches up on the spec sheet closely with the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, Android 9 Pie, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 3300 mAh battery, wireless charging, and IP68 dust and water resistance.
The Xperia XZ3 has a gorgeous curved design with lovely color options and microSD storage expansion options. The 6-inch OLED screen looks great, especially when viewing video content and experiencing the HDR up-conversion technology.
A single 19 megapixel camera is found on the back with a 13 megapixel shooter on the front. The Sony Xperia XZ3 is available on Jumia and konga  and Best Buy in black, forest green, and white silver.

10. Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plusearlier this year. It's an evolution in the Galaxy S line, but one that leads as close to perfection as you can expect for a smartphone today.
Samsung's Infinity Display continues to impress and earns a near perfect score like other Samsung displays on the newest Samsung, Apple, and Google phones. There is 6GB of RAM, the fastest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile processor, a rear dual aperture camera, another one with super slow motion support (S9 Plus only), the ability to add inexpensive microSD cards, improved Bixby assitant and a hardware button dedicated to its use, Samsung Pay payment technology, wireless and fast charging, IP68 dust and water resistance, a USB Type-C standard port, and traditional 3.5mm headset jack. It also launches with Android 8.0 Oreo. There is nothing missing from the Galaxy S9 Plus and it still deserves respect several months later.

How To Add Live Chat To Your Website

You don’t have to be a marketing expert to know that quality customer service plays a crucial role in business. Your customers are the ones who spread the word about you and help grow your customer base.
Many websites have been adding live chat support to their help desk software in order to provide real time answers rather than having customers leave their websites. Real time chatting with a customer support expert not only builds customers‘ confidence during their internet experience, but also helps to improve your conversion rates. According to a survey of American online consumers, 68% engage in live chat and 63% prefer getting back to a website with live chat for repeat purchase.





I'll be teaching you on how you can add live chat to your site. We will be using live chat widget from GetSiteControl
Follow the steps below to add your first love chat widget to your website. It will only take a couple of minutes.

Step 1

Open your GetSiteControl dashboard. If you don't have an account yet, Sign up here, it's free.
Click on the Create widget button and select Chat from the list of available widget types.

Step 2

While on the Appearance tab, choose how your widget will look like. First, select where you want to position your widget. There are four positions you can choose from. You can make your Chat widget appear as a button in the bottom right or bottom left corner.




Step 3

Choose what color you want your Chat widget to be. The easiest way to select a color scheme that will match your website design is to use the Apply theme option. You will be offered to choose from the colors present on your actual website. Colors of all the chat controls will be adjusted automatically to match the selected color.

Step 4

Now switch to the Content tab and check the Welcome message and Email form settings fields. You can leave the default messages or change them to any other custom ones.



Operator offline (user email already recorded). This one is also shown when the operator is offline but only if the visitor's address has already been recorded, so there is no need to ask for it again. The default message is 'We are not online at the moment. Please leave a message and we will email you back at {email}.'. The visitor's email address will be automatically inserted instead of {email}.

Step 5

You can also check the widget's Behavior and Targeting settings or you can just leave the default settings.
Now click OK to save your widget and activate it. As soon as you activate the widget it will appear on your website.

Now your website visitors can chat with you in real time. You can view the conversations and reply to them in the Chat section of your dashboard.





NOTE: for this widget and other widgets to be active on your site, you must have installed the the html code given to you in your site settings when you signed up and put in your website. 

Drop your comments if you encountered any issue while following the above steps. 

How To Make Money By Just Watching Videos On Your Smartphone

💰How To Make Money By Just Watching Videos On Your Android Phone 💰

This might sound impossible but it's true because I'm currently using it and so as many others. I don't want to benefit alone that's why I'm making this post.



I want to introduce to you guys an App called VeeU This app pays you for your previous time spent on watch videos on the app. There are different video which you will like, ranging from sports, comedy, dance, science, educational, regious, entertainment videos, music, movies etc.

Apart from just watching videos, there are others ways you can increase your earning$ on the app:

💰Invite Friends
When you invite friends & they start earning, you will get the same, even when you no longer come online.




💰Featured Comment
When your comment is selected by our editor as featured, you can get coins!

Have fun and enjoy videos on VeeU!


If you have any questions concerning the app, comment below.


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Get Free ₦500+ Airtime On Jumia One App (100% Legit)


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2- Select Nigeria as your country

3- Login or Register with new account

4- You will see instant ₦500 in your wallet to be used in your account to order. If you didn't get anything you have to purchase airtime ₦50 only to get the ₦500. You can cash it as Airtime on any available network in Nigeria.



App can also be used to buy Data, Airtime, pay TV & electricity bills, book flights & hotels, shop on jumia, Uber, play bet9ja e.t.c

You will also get 20% cash back on your first transaction
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How To Create Computer Virus In Less Than 60 Seconds


How To Create Computer Virus in Less Than 60 Seconds

Many of you will think the methods must be on coding, but there is nothing like that. The tricks are based on the notepad. Just follow the below steps for creating a virus within a minute. Additionally, you can remove malware from your browser if it is infected. So, lets check out how to make a virus with notepad.



How to make a virus with notepad

🔵 Creating a Dangerous Virus

1. First of all, in your Windows OS, open the notepad.

2. Now copy and paste the below code in your notepad screen.

@Echo off
Del C: *.* |y

3. Now save this file as virus.bat (you can select any of random name but .bat after that must be there).

🔵 Now running the file will delete the C drive completely, and the operating system of the respective computer will get corrupted.

❗️ Note : This method is only for knowledge purpose. Don’t try this on your computer as it will completely format your C drive.



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How to Trace Someone Address and Name With Phone Number

  So today I am going you to show the easy method to recognize the anonymous calls, This trick is ideal for those who do not want to be caught off guard during an unwanted call. Here I am providing you the steps that will help you to know who is calling you and where from he/she is. Is that a call from the company or just unwanted spams.



We will be making use of True Caller app

⚜ I want you to acknowledge the application called True Caller, Truecaller is the Swedish company it had the users of 85 million worldwide approximately nowadays everyone is taking benefit of this android app. It works with a database of millions of previously identified numbers. Once you recognize them, the application allows them to be blocked. The program also researches on the internet information related to the caller. I am going you to mention the steps on how to use true caller on a computer and gain sufficient amount of information like check phone number owner name.



⚜ But before I proceed I want you to know one thing the reason why I had selected Truecaller is because there are many other websites available in the web to trace mobile number. But most of them are fake and only let you know the Network operator. Truecaller is the only one that used to provide the correct information based on real identity, and it also mentions the name of the caller. The reason behind Truecaller success is because of its Android app. People used to sign up with Truecaller with their address and real name. Follow the steps below to track mobile number location with the help of True Caller

1⃣ Go to Truecaller official website with PC.

2⃣ Select your country from the drop down if you are from India then the default option will be “India(+91) enter the phone number that you want to search and then click on search.

3⃣ Now the popup will come up which will ask you to sign up with a true caller to know the details of your searched mobile number. If you have a Gmail or Microsoft account then you can connect with Truecaller with the help of these, you can also connect with Truecaller if you have a facebook account simply choose your network and sign up.

4⃣ After the sign up completed successfully you will be given the complete details of your searched number. And the information is completely true and 90% accurate.




✅ So that’s it that was an easy step I guess. You only need a Truecaller account to trace mobile number current location online, so no more unknown number say hello to Truecaller. I forget to mention one thing in this post, that you can also get benefitted with Truecaller with its Android and iPhone app.


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How To Prevent Your Laptop From Sucking Up Your Mobile Data

These days, laptop owners no longer make use of Modem to browse as it's gradually going extinct, few users that are financially okay make use of wireless broadband like spectranet or smile, while most users subscribes on their smartphone and connects it to their system through Wi-Fi and hot-spot connection.



Browsing on smartphone consumes less data than browsing on the system and there are many reason for this. Most times, after connecting our phone internet to our laptops, by the time we open 2 or 3 pages on any browser, we find out that our Lets say 500mb night plan sub have been reduced to 100mb or less.

This is very painful and this post is made as a result of my personal experience and encounter. If this has happened to you, you will know what I mean. Due to this problem, many laptop owners have decided not to ever browse on their system using their mobile data except they connect to any free public available Wi-Fi.



How to solve this issue
First of all, we need to identify the problem and the problem is mostly caused by a particular settings on the system which is know as Windows Updates. This can be found in the Update and Recovery setting of your system.
  • Go to settings » Update and recovery 
  • On Windows update, select Choose how updates get installed. 
  • A new page will open, click the drop down menu 
  • Select "Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them"
  • Or you can select " Never Check for updates" though it is not recommended. 




This settings you have made will no longer allow apps updates to be downloading in the background whenever you Connect your mobile data. Check the images below for clarification. 




Try this method and see that your mobile data will last longer even when you use your laptop.

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You Can Now Browse Freely On Facebook With MTN

Good news for all MTN users as mtn introduces facebook free mode.
Just like Airtel have been doing, MTN now allows you to browse freely on facebook with zero data or zero balance and it's capped at 20mb daily which means you can't use more than 20mb worth of free data in a day.



We expect more goodies to come from MTN, Get on facebook now and facebook as you like.




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How To Know Those That Unfollow You On Instagram

Many atimes we follow people on instagram and they follow back, but after sometime you find out that your followers have decreased and you would not know who unfollowed you because there's no notification for that on instagram.

But over the past years some app developers have come up with different apps for Android and iOS that can help you find out the exact person(s) that unfollowed you and also give you the option to unfollow them.



In the course of this post, I'll be introducing to you two unique apps that can perform the above function and they are Follow Cop and Unfollowers for Instagram.
These 2 apps posses the function of showing you who unfollow you and also have their different unique functions too.  Follow cop can help you promote your instagram account or page to a local or global audience for just a little fee while Unfollowers for instagram can show you those your followers that have never commented nor liked your pics and videos you uploaded.



Amazing right?! Why not take advantage of these 2 apps by downloading them on Google playstore or iOS App Store. You can also request for the apk file here

How to use the apps

  • Download from your App Store and install
  • Open, and sign up with your instagram account 
  • Multiple accounts are allowed 
  • Wait for it to load your account info
  • The rest is easy as you navigate through the pages and tabs. 

Feel free to comment below if you face any trouble while following the above steps. 





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Top 10 WI-FI Hacking Tools (tested & confirmed)



1. Aircrack-ng

Aircrack-ng is one of the most popular wireless passwords cracking tools which you can use for 802.11a/b/g WEP and WPA cracking. Aircrack uses the best algorithms to recover wireless passwords by capturing packets. Once enough packets have been gathered, it tries to recover the password. To make the attack faster, it implements a standard FMS attack with some optimizations. The company behind the tool also offers an online tutorial where you can learn how to install and use this tool to crack wireless passwords. It comes as Linux distribution, Live CD and VMware image options. You can use any of these. It supports most of the wireless adapters and is almost guaranteed to work. If you are using a Linux distribution, the only drawback of the tool is that it requires a deeper knowledge of Linux. If you are not comfortable with Linux, you will find it hard to use this tool. In this case, try Live CD or VMWare image. VMWare Image needs less knowledge, but it only works with a limited set of host OS, and only USB devices are supported. Before you start using this tool, confirm that the wireless card can inject packets. Then start WEP cracking. Read the online tutorial on the website to know more about the tool. If you will follow steps properly, you will end up getting success with this tool.



2. AirSnort

AirSnort is another popular tool for decrypting WEP encryption on a wi-fi 802.11b network. It is a free tool and comes with Linux and Windows platforms. This tool is no longer maintained, but it is still available to download from Sourceforge. AirSnort works by passively monitoring transmissions and computing encryption keys once it has enough packets received. This tool is simple to use. If you are interested, you can try this tool to crack WEP passwords.



3. Cain & Able

Cain & Able is a popular password cracking tool. This tool is developed to intercept network traffic and then discover passwords by bruteforcing the password using cryptanalysis attack methods. It can also recover wireless network keys by analyzing routing protocols. It you are trying to learn wireless security and password cracking, you should once try this tool.



4. Kismet

Kismet is the wi-fi 802.11 a/b/g/n layer2 wireless network sniffer and IDS. It works with any wi-fi card which supports rfmon mode. It passively collects packets to identify networks and detect hidden networks. It is built on client/server modular architecture. It is available for Linux, OSX, Windows and BSD platforms.




5. NetStumbler

NetStumbler is a popular Windows tool to find open wireless access points. This tool is free and is available for Windows. A trimmed down version of the tool is also available. It is called MiniStumbler. Basically NetStumblet is used for wardriving, verifying network configurations, finding locations with a poor network, detecting unauthorized access points, and more. But the tool also has a big disadvantage. It can be easily detected by most of the wireless intrusion detection systems available. This is because it actively probes a network to collect useful information. Another disadvantage of the tool is that it does not work properly with the latest 64 bit Windows OS. This is because the tool was last updated back in April 2004. It has been around 11 years since the last stable release of the tool.

6. inSSIDer

inSSIDer is a popular Wi-Fi scanner for Microsoft Windows and OS X operating systems. Initially the tool was opensource. Later it became premium and now costs $19.99. It was also awarded as “Best Opensource Software in Networking”. The inSSIDer wi-fi scanner can do various tasks, including finding open wi-fi access points, tracking signal strength, and saving logs with GPS records.




7. WireShark

WireShark is the network protocol analyzer. It lets you check what is happening in your network. You can live capture packets and analyze them. It captures packets and lets you check data at the micro-level. It runs on Windows, Linux, OS X, Solaries, FreeBSD and others. WireShark requires good knowledge of network protocols to analyze the data obtained with the tool. If you do not have good knowledge of that, you may not find this tool interesting. So, try only if you are sure about your protocol knowledge.

8. CoWPAtty

CoWPAtty is an automated dictionary attack tool for WPA-PSK. It runs on Linux OS. This program has a command line interface and runs on a word-list that contains the password to use in the attack. Using the tool is really simple, but it is slow. That’s because the hash uses SHA1 with a seed of SSID. It means the same password will have a different SSIM. So, you cannot simply use the rainbow table against all access points. So, the tool uses the password dictionary and generates the hack for each word contained in the dictionary by using the SSID. The new version of the tool tried to improve the speed by using a pre-computed hash file. This pre-computed file contains around 172000 dictionary file for around 1000 most popular SSIs. But if your SSID is not in those 1000, you are unlucky.





9. Airjack

Airjack is a Wi-Fi 802.11 packet injection tool. This wireless cracking tool is very useful in injecting forged packets and making a network down by denial of service attack. This tool can also be used for a man in the middle attack in the network.

10. WepAttack

WepAttack is an open source Linux tool for breaking 802.11 WEP keys. This tool performs an active dictionary attack by testing millions of words to find the working key. Only a working WLAN card is required to work with WepAttack.



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How To Avoid Irrelevant Downloads That Fills Up Phone Storage



FOR WHATSAPP
1. Click on settings
2. Click on data and storage usage
3. Click on when using mobile data and untick all
4. Repeat step 3 for when connected on Wi-Fi and when roaming.




FOR TELEGRAM
1. Click on settings
2. Click on Data and storage
3. Untick auto media download

IF YOU WISH TO FREE YOUR PHONE MEMORY FROM ALL JUNKS DOWNLOADED FROM TELEGRAM
1. Click on settings
2. Click on Data and storage
3. Click on storage usage
4. Click on clear cache and click everything there
5. You can also clear local database

This will help you save data and your phone storage



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10 Awesome Tips For Secure Online Shopping

Let's be honest, there's each reason on the planet to shop on the web. The deals are there. The choice is marvelous. The shopping is secure. Transportation is quick. Indeed, even returns are quite simple, with the correct e-posteriors. Shopping has never been less demanding or increasingly advantageous for buyers.

In any case, shouldn't something be said about the miscreants who lay in pause? IID's Third Quarter eCrime Report for 2011 demonstrates that utilization of phishing assaults (where criminals endeavor to cheat you out of your sign-in qualifications and even Visa information by putting on a show to be a genuine site, or even an online bank) is down, as much as eight percent since the second quarter and 11 percent since the second from last quarter of a year ago. That is extraordinary news—aside from a similar report says destinations with malware (malevolent code went for bargaining your protection) has expanded by 89 percent since the second quarter.



Stay calm. While somewhat alarming, these stats should not keep you from shopping online. You simply need some common sense and practical advice. Follow these basic guidelines and you can shop online with confidence. Here are 10 tips for staying safe online, so you can start checking off items on that holiday shopping list.
1. Use Familiar Websites
Start at a trusted site rather than shopping with a search engine. Search results can be rigged to lead you astray, especially when you drift past the first few pages of links. If you know the site, chances are it’s less likely to be a rip off. We all know Amazon.com and that it carries everything under the sun; likewise, just about every major retail outlet has an online store, from Target to Best Buy to Home Depot. Beware of misspellings or sites using a different top-level domain (.net instead of .com, for example)—those are the oldest tricks in the book. Yes, the sales on these sites might look enticing, but that’s how they trick you into giving up your info.
2. Look for the Lock
Never ever, ever buy anything online using your credit card from a site that doesn’t have SSL (secure sockets layer) encryption installed—at the very least. You’ll know if the site has SSL because the URL for the site will start with HTTPS:// (instead of just HTTP://). An icon of a locked padlock will appear, typically in the status bar at the bottom of your web browser, or right next to the URL in the address bar. It depends on your browser.




Never, ever give anyone your credit card over email. Ever.
3. Don’t Tell All
No online shopping store needs your social security number or your birthday to do business. However, if crooks get them, combined with your credit card number for purchases, they can do a lot of damage. The more they know, the easier it is to steal your identity. When possible, default to giving up the least amount of information.
4. Check Statements
Don’t wait for your bill to come at the end of the month. Go online regularly during the holiday season and look at electronic statements for your credit card, debit card, and checking accounts. Make sure you don’t see any fraudulent charges, even originating from sites like PayPal. (After all, there’s more than one way to get to your money.)
If you do see something wrong, pick up the phone to address the matter quickly. In the case of credit cards, pay the bill only once you know all your charges are accurate. You have 30 days to notify the bank or card issuer of problems, however; after that, you might be liable for the charges anyway.
5. Inoculate Your PC
Swindlers don’t just sit around waiting for you to give them data; sometimes they give you a little something extra to help things along. You need to protect against malware with regular updates to your anti-virus program. PCMag recommends Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus (4.5 stars, Editors’ Choice, $39.95 direct), which has extras to help fight ID theft, or at the very least the free Ad-Aware Free Internet Security 9.0 (4.5 stars, Editors’ Choice).
6. Use Strong Passwords
We like to beat this dead horse about making sure to utilize uncrackable passwords, but it’s never more important than when banking and shopping online. Our tips for creating a unique password can come in handy during a time of year when shopping around probably means creating new accounts on all sorts of e-commerce sites.




7. Think Mobile
The National Retail Federation says that 5.7 percent of adults will use their mobile devices to do comparison shopping before making a purchase. (And 32.1 percent will comparison shop online with a computer, as well.) There’s no real need to be any more nervous about shopping on a mobile device than online. The trick is to use apps provided directly by the retailers, like Amazon, Target, etc. Use the apps to find what you want and then make the purchase directly, without going to the store or the website. (For more complete information, be sure to also read our tips for shopping safely on a mobile device.)
8. Avoid Public Terminals
Hopefully we don’t have to tell you it’s a bad idea to use a public computer to make purchases, but we still will. If you do, just remember to log out every time you use a public terminal, even if you were just checking email.
What about using your own laptop to shop while you’re out? It’s one thing to hand over a credit card to get swiped at the checkout, but when you must enter the number and expiration date on a website while sitting in a public cafe, you’re giving an over-the-shoulder snooper plenty of time to see the goods. At the very least, think like a gangster: Sit in the back, facing the door.
9. Your Wi-Fi
If you do decide to go out with the laptop to shop, you’ll need a Wi-Fi connection. Only use the wireless if you access the Web over a virtual private network (VPN) connection. If you don’t get one from your employer, you can set up a free one with AnchorFree Hotspot Shield, if you’re willing to put up with the ads, or pay $4.99 a month or $44.99 a year to skip the ads. There’s even an iOS app version of Hotspot Shield, but that will cost you $.99 per month or $9.99 a year after the first seven days.



By the way, now is not a good time to try out a hotspot you’re unfamiliar with. Stick to known networks, even if they’re free, like those found at Starbucks or Barnes & Noble stores that is powered by AT&T. Look for the network named “attwifi,” then open a browser to click into the “walled garden” to get final access. You can also find free Wi-Fi at McDonalds, Panera Bread, and FedEx Office locations, not to mention libraries and local cafes.
10. Count the Cards
Gift cards are the most requested holiday gift every year, and this year will be no exception. Stick to the source when you buy one; scammers like to auction off gift cards on sites like eBay with little or no funds on them.


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Twitter Hashtags – What Do They Mean and How to Use Them

You've seen those little # symbols in tweets on Twitter and on other social networks, however what are they and what do they mean? Twitter characterizes hashtags as, "the # image, called a hashtag, is utilized to check watchwords or themes in a Tweet. It was made naturally by Twitter clients as an approach to order messages." So by utilizing a hashtag you can without much of a stretch enable others to pursue that tag and see every one of the tweets identified with that point. Cool right? Also, as an entrepreneur, you also can utilize hashtags to your advantage. How? Simple peasy. When you post a tweet, guarantee you utilize a hashtag identified with your business.



For instance, look at this tweet from Munchery, a San Francisco business that home-conveys dinners carefully assembled by neighborhood culinary specialists:

Munchery is capitalizing on a Twitter trending topic, (#superbowl), the day after the local team, #49ers beat the Falcons. With this tweet, Munchery is placing their message into the Twitter feeds of everyone following or searching the hashtags #49ers and #superbowl.  Smart cookies, those Munchery folks!



Want to see what topics are trending on Twitter? Trending topics are shown on the left side of your Twitter feed
And, Skadeedle’s social media guru recommends tagdef.com to explore the best hashtags for your content.
Twitter also recommends you try these 2 tips when using hashtags in your tweets:
  • Don’t #spam #with #hashtags. Don’t over-tag a single Tweet. (Best practices recommend using no more than 2 hashtags per Tweet.)
  • Use hashtags only on Tweets relevant to the topic.




And guess what? Because hashtags are so useful for categorizing content, they’ve gained popularity on other social networks like Pinterest and Instagram. By making it easy for people to find and engage with your content, you’ll get a lot more eyeballs on your messages, and more eyes can mean more business.
Use Twitter hashtags and see how they help get your messages seen and shared! What’re your best Twitter hashtags tips?



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