5 Types of posts Facebook should ban

While Facebook is still going around banning certain posts, here are some we’d like to see go off the site forever…   Facebook has spent a better part of this week flip-flopping over whether or not it should let videos depicting violent acts such as beheading exist on the website. The social networking website lifted a blanket … Continue reading

Syrian Electronic Army Hijack Sky News’s Twitter & Facebook Accounts

Syrian Electronic Army strike again! This time hacking group hijack Twitter accounts and a Facebook page of Sky News Arabia and also hack their Emails. The accounts affected were the channel’s main twitter handle @skynewsarabia and the @skynewsarabia account used for cultural and entertainment news, as well as the Facebook page facebook/skynewsarabia. Sky News regained control of the hacked accounts some how later. … Continue reading

Twitter may introduce two-factor authentication

Following Twitter’s emails to about 250,000 users stating that their accounts’ security may have been compromised, it seems the social network is considering improving security to prevent further mischief. A job listing spotted by The Guardian reveals that Twitter is on the lookout for a software engineer for Product Security, whose chief duties would include designing and developing “user-facing security features, … Continue reading

Google Chrome blocks access to Twitpic for Malware risk

Google Chrome blocks access to Twitpic for Malware risk   Suddenly today Google Chrome start detecting Twitpic.com as malware threat. Twitpic is one of the most popular website for Sharing photos and videos on Twitter. Twitpic denies and said that there is no malware on the website and is trying to contact Google. We also notice that, Twitter profiles … Continue reading

UbnHD2 : Ubuntu based Pentesting OS for Mobiles

UbnHD2 : Ubuntu based Pentesting OS for Mobiles Most of the crazy readers always demand for some solution to turn their Android Smartphone into a Hacking Machine. There are various solutions, like installing some penetration testing android based tools like ANTI, dSploit, FaceNiff etc and also Installing ARM version of Backtrack OS. Today I found … Continue reading

Zuckerberg’s sister complains about breach of Facebook privacy

Zuckerberg‘s sister complains about breach of Facebook privacy   Look who’s gotten embroiled in a Facebook privacy controversy – founder Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, Randi. The former head of marketing at Facebook was outraged as she found a private photo of hers on Twitter. The older Zuckerberg sibling turned into a victim of the highly confusing privacy settings … Continue reading

Twitter uproar causes Vodafone to unblock WordPress in Mumbai

Twitter uproar causes Vodafone to unblock WordPress in Mumbai On Wednesday, Vodafone lifted a blanket block it had put on the free WordPress domain (WordPress.com) on its 2G and 3G mobile networks in Mumbai. We had reported earlier that WordPress was blocked in Mumbai by Vodafone since a few months, the earliest instance of which … Continue reading

How To: Use a laptop as a Wi-Fi repeater

Learn how you can use any laptop as a Wi-Fi repeater. Almost all homes and offices today have an Internet connection either via a cable operator, telephone line or USB dongle. Sharing a single Internet connection with all other wireless-enabled devices at home or office requires a wireless router and these are available for as … Continue reading

Free speech online? Think again

Free speech online? Think again Voicing your dissent or being a smart alec in the virtual world, as recent incidents have proved, could have legal consequences. The essence of social networking is connecting with people, sharing thoughts, building relationships etc. Not surprising then that people use the platform to vent their feelings; it could be … Continue reading

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