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  • President Donald Trump's website hacked by Iraqi hacker

    President Donald Trump's website hacked by Iraqi hacker. some unknown hackers calling themselves "Pro_Mast3r" managed to deface an official website associated with President Donald Trump's presidential campaign fundraising on Sunday.

    The hacker, claiming to be from Iraq, reportedly defaced the server, secure2.donaldjtrump.com, which is behind CloudFlare's content management system and security platform.

    The server appears to be an official Trump campaign server, reported Ars, as the certificate of the server is legitimate, "but a reference to an image on another site is insecure, prompting a warning on Chrome and Firefox that the connection is not secure."

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  • How to Enable Two-Step Verification on WhatsApp

    WhatsApp is rolling out two-step verification to all its users on Android, iOS, and Windows after testing the feature since last November.It's an optional feature—disabled by default—meant to boost the security of your messaging account. When enabled, you'll be required to input a six-digit code of your choice when you're asked to verify your phone number.

    Here are steps:

    1.Open WhatsApp (Must be latest version)

    2.Go to  Settings

    3.Go to Account

    4. Look for  Two-step verification

    5. Tap  on Enable

    6. On the next screen,Enter six-digit passcode

    7. Re-enter six digit passcode

    8. Optionally, add your email address on the next screen

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  • Best Mobile Dating Apps You Should Be Using in 2017

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    Ready, Set, Swipe!

    #1. Bumble – Android and iOs
    Bumble is the mobile dating app which gives the ladies all of the control. I call it the “Sadie Hawkins” of digital dating. Created by Whitney Wolfe, a former co-founder of Tinder, Bumble is free to join. Users sign up from Facebook and then select their photos, distance they’re willing to search up to, and age requirements in the app.

    Why we like it: The ladies are enjoying being the one in control and let’s face it, the guys are competitive. They want to get selected and know they won’t be rejected if she starts the conversation.

    Download Bumble — Meet, Date & Network for Android
    2. Tinder – Android and iOs

    We featured Tinder back in 2013, before swiping right became a household term. Tinder is the fastest growing location-based mobile dating app and Tinder-like apps are being launched every day.

    Download Tinder for Android: this is the best in terms of  number of users 

    No longer the new kid on the block and not just for hookups. I know what you’re saying, you can’t say you met on Tinder, right? Singles are swiping left and right to the tune of 16 million swipes a day.

    Why we like it: It’s simple to use, free, let’s you see your Facebook friends in common, and is the fastest growing mobile dating app. It’s also a fun way to make new friends, as not everyone is single. You can view a variety of potential dates in a digital moment and anonymously decide whether you’re interested in them or not. Tinder boasts 9 billion matches to date with over 10 million active users.

    3. Hinge – Android and iOs

    Hinge is a mobile dating app that will only match you with friends-of-friends on Facebook and you can see where they work, as it pulls your data from Facebook. This is appealing to daters. Singles believe this app has less of a hookup tendency than others.

    Why we like it: Their profiles include the first and last name of the potential date. It gives you a feeling of confidence knowing the person is genuine and authentic. Women love the app because it makes them feel safer while dating. Plus: There’s a 50/50 ratio of men to women.

    4. Coffee Meets Bagel – iOs and Android

    CMB has won the hearts of many singles looking for love online, especially the women. Featured on Shark Tank, the creators, the Kang sisters turned down a $30 million offer from Mark Cuban to buy the company.

    Why we like it: For those of you who feel overwhelmed with too many choices, or are too busy to log on regularly, this is a more manageable dating app. 

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  • 10 Interesting Facts About The Internet You Really Need To Know

    So, let’s have a quick look at it:

    1. Approximately 3.2 billion people use the internet. Out of this, 1.7 billion of internet users are Asians. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 200 billion emails and 3 billion Google search would have to wait if the internet goes down for a day.

    2. China has treatment camps for internet addicts. 200 million Internet users in China are between the ages of 15 and 35. Hence, it is most like that they lose self-control. Tao Ran, director of the country’s first Internet addiction treatment clinic under a military hospital in Beijing said that 40% of those addicted to the Internet suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

    3. 30,000 websites are hacked every day. Highly effective computer software programs are used by cybercriminals to automatically detect vulnerable websites which can be hacked easily.

    4. First webcam was created at the University Of Cambridge to monitor the Trojan coffee pot. A live 128×128 grayscale picture of the state of the coffee pot was provided as the video feed.

    5. ” Gangnam Style ” by PSY is still the most viewed videos of all time with more than 2,450,000,000 views.

    6. Internet sends approximately 204 million emails per minute and 70% of all the mails sent are spam. 2 billion electrons are required to produce a single email.

    7. The internet requires 50 Million horsepower to keep running in the current state.

    In 2005, broadband internet had a maximum speed of 2 Megabits per second. Today, 100Mbps download speeds are available in many parts of the country. But experts warn that science has reached its limit and fiber optics can take no more data.

    8. First tweet was done on 21st March, 2006 by Jack Dorsey and the first YouTube video to be uploaded was “Meet At Zoo” at 8:27 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2005 by Jawed Karim.

    9. Approximately 9 Million adults in Britain and one-third of Italians have never used the internet. Imagine that! While there are treatment camps for internet addicts in China, a vast population of people has never used it till date.

    10. The majority of internet traffic is not generated by humans, but by bots and malware. According to a recent study conducted by Incapsula, 61.5% or nearly two-thirds of all the website traffic is caused by Internet bots.

    Stay tuned for more of such interesting facts. Tell us your opinion in the comments below.

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