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  • Here are the 4 best Android hacking apps and tools of 2017

    Android smartphones can run penetration testing and security test from hacking Android apps. With the help of a few applications and basic knowledge of the true capabilities of your Android smartphone, you, too, could dig into the world of hacking.

    So, here we are sharing a list of 4 Android hacking tools and apps that will turn your Android smartphone into a hacking machine.

    1.WhatsApp Sniffer

    WhatsApp Sniffer is a great android hacking app, which works in tandem with the WhatsApp application. Using this app, you can hack private WhatsApp chats, pictures, audios and videos of your friends who are using your WiFi Hotspot. You can manipulate pictures, videos, account info at your pleasure. It is detected by antivirus so disable your antivirus before using this app

    2.Kill Wi-Fi

    his open source ethical hacking app is one of the most popular ones in this field. Similar to the net cut app in Windows, this app is capable of cutting off anyone’s WiFi over your network. Kill Wifi is extremely useful when you have an open WiFi not protected by a strong password. You can cut off the WiFi of the intruder by just a few clicks on your device. This app is easy to use owing to its lucid and interactive interface and easy-to-use tools.


    FaceNiff is an Android app that allows you to sniff and intercept web session profiles over the Wi-Fi that your mobile is connected to. It also finds password of Facebook, Blogger, Twitter, Amazon, Tumblr, and more online accounts.


    SpoofApp is definitely used for fun over functionality. It allow you to spoof (Place) calls with any caller ID number. Basically you can manipulate what number shows up on your friend’s phone when you call. Some other features includes voice changer using which we can change our voice and can even record the entire conversation. To spoof calls, you need to buy SpoofCards which are sold separatel

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    ( Currently KAT is down, Try the other torrent sites below)
    KickassTorrents was founded in 2009 and surpassed The Pirate Bay in traffic last year. Battling various censorship efforts the site has burned through a few different domain names over the years.  


    The Pirate Bay is one of the main piracy icons. The torrent site wasn’t online at the beginning of 2015 and had to deal with a staff revolt. However, it quickly regained millions of users after a successful comeback operating from a hydra of domain names until last week. 


    ExtraTorrent continues to gain more traffic and has become one of the most active torrent communities. The site is also the home of the popular ETTV and ETRG release groups. 


    (Update August 2016: Torrentz has shut down)
    Torrentz has been the leading BitTorrent meta-search engine for many years. Unlike the other sites featured in the list Torrentz does not host any torrent files or magnet links, but redirects visitors to other places on the web. The site uses several domain names with .eu being the most popular. 

    5. RARBG

    RARBG, which started out as a Bulgarian tracker, was last year’s newcomer and continues to rake in more visitors. The site was blocked by UK ISPs last year, which put it on par with most other sites in the top 10. 

    6. 1337X

    1337x has traditionally been a community driven torrent site but several weeks ago most of the admins and moderators abandoned ship over security concerns. The coming year it will become clear whether 1337x can keep its popular status. 

    7. EZTV.AG

    TV-torrent distribution group EZTV shut down earlier this year after a hostile takeover. The site continued to operate under new ownership and releases its own torrents now. In solidarity with the original owners several large torrent sites have banned these ‘new’ releases from their sites. 


    (Update September 2016: TorrentHound is gone)
    TorrentHound has been around since the last decade but is a newcomer in the top 10. It has also been on the radar of copyright holders this year. The torrent site is blocked in several countries and was reported as a piracy haven to the U.S. government, alongside many other sites in this list.

    9. YTS.AG

    YTS.ag has nothing to do with the original YTS or YIFY group, but aims to take its place. As with the new EZTV, several large torrent sites are not allowing the group to use the YIFY or YTS brands on their sites.


    TorrentDownloads has been around for several years. The torrent site regained a spot in the top 10 this year after it was featured for the last time in 2011. It’s a no-nonsense index that provides torrents to millions of users each month.

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  • Internet fraud: How to protech yourself from scammers?

    Protect yourself from scams

    • Be alert to the fact that scams exist. When dealing with uninvited contacts from people or businesses, whether it's over the phone, by mail, email, in person or on a social networking site, always consider the possibility that the approach may be a scam. Remember, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.
    • Know who you're dealing with. If you've only ever met someone online or are unsure of the legitimacy of a business, take some time to do a bit more research. Do a Google image search on photos or search the internet for others who may have had dealings with them
    • Do not open suspicious texts, pop-up windows or emails – delete them: If unsure, verify the identity of the contact through an independent source such as a phone book or online search. Don't use the contact details provided in the message sent to you.
    • Keep your personal details secure. Put a lock on your mailbox and shred your bills and other important documents before throwing them out. Keep your passwords and pin numbers in a safe place. Be very careful about how much personal information you share on social media sites. Scammers can use your information and pictures to create a fake identity or to target you with a scam.
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  • Goodbye! Yahoo to rename itself 'Altaba' after Verizon Deal Monday

    It's time to say goodbye to Yahoo!

    While Yahoo's core internet business was being sold to Verizon for $4.8 Billion, the remaining portions of the company left behind is renaming itself to Altaba Inc, which marks the sad ending of one of the most familiar brand names on the internet.

    In a public filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday, the company announced that after the planned sale of its core business to telecom giant Verizon, the leftover would change its brand name to Altaba.

    So, the company's branding you are familiar with will integrate with Verizon, and it is possible that the telecom titan may continue to use the Yahoo brand for some of the services that it will acquire in the deal.

    The remaining company under the new name Altaba Inc. is hanging on to its 15% ownership of Alibaba and 35.5% stake in Yahoo Japan, which is a joint venture with Softbank.

    Marissa Mayer to Leave Yahoo Board

    The newly formed company will operate as an investment company, and only five board members will remain at the company including Tor Braham, Catherine Friedman, Eric Brandt, Jeffrey Smith and Thomas McInerney.

    The rest of the company's board, including Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and co-founder David Filo, will step down from Altaba Inc. Mayer may be appointed for a role in Yahoo's integration at Verizon, though her position has yet to be announced.

    Mayer's intention to resign from the new board is "not due to any disagreement with the Company on any matter relating to the Company's operations, policies or practices," says the filing.

    The Yahoo acquisition deal was rumored to be on the rocks after the company disclosed multiple security breaches a few months ago affecting more than 1 Billion users.

    Moreover, over three months ago, Yahoo was also accused of building a secret backdoor in its system to scan the emails of hundreds of millions of its users at the request of a U.S. intelligence service.

    After Verizon had learned about those disclosures about hacking and spying, it was expecting a discount in the Yahoo acquisition deal, which may still be announced before the deal closes.
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  • Internet slang

    LOL – Laughing Out Loud

    LMAO – Laugh My Ass Off( haylegna sak eske mitshiena dras)

    KISS - Keep it simple stupid
    BTW – By The Way
    B4N – Bye For Now
    AFK – Away From Keyboard
    ASAP - As Soon As Possible
    ASL – Age/Sex/ Location
    ATM – At The Moment
    A3 - Anytime, Anywhere, Anyplace
    BBL - Be Back Later
    BBS – Be Back Soon
    BBQ - Barbecue
    BFN/B4N – Bye For Now
    BRB means – Be Right Back
    BRT – Be Right There
    Blog - Also known as web log or an
    online journal
    CU – See You
    CYA – See You
    CUZ - Because
    DND - Do not Disturb
    EOF - End Of File
    FAQ - Frequently asked questions
    FTL - For the loss
    FTW – For the win
    FYI - For your information
    GR8 – Great!
    GTG – Got to Go
    G9 – Genius
    GBTW – Get back to work
    GF - Great/good fight/ girlfriend
    GFU - Good for you
    Gratz - Congratulations
    GM - Good Morning
    GN - Good Night
    HAND - Have A Nice Day
    HF - Have fun
    IC – I See
    ICQ – I Seek you
    ILU – I Love You
    IM - Instant Messenger
    J/K - Just kidding

    LDR – Long Distance Relationship

    LTNS – Long Time No See
    L8R – Later
    M/F – Male or Female
    Msg - Message
    M8 - Mate
    NE1 – Anyone
    NP - No Problem
    OIC – Oh I See
    OS – Operating system
    OMG – Oh my God!
    PLZ – Please
    PPL - People

    RIP - Rest in Piece
    s2pid - stupid
    SD - Sweet Dreams
    SEC- second
    sk8 – skate
    Some1 - someone
    Spoz – suppose
    Sry – sorry
    SS – so sorry
    str8 - Straight
    SU – shut up
    SYS - see you soon
    SUP - What’s Up
    SYL - See you later
    THX – Thank You
    TTYL - Talk To You Later
    TG – That’s great
    TOS - Terms of service
    TC – Take Care
    U - You
    U4E – Yours For Eve
    WB - Welcome Back
    WTF - What the Fuck
    W8 – Wait…

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