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  • ‘Originull’ Bug Allows Hackers To Read All Your Facebook Messenger Chats

    Security firm Cynet has discovered a critical issue that affects the privacy of 1-billion Facebook Messenger users.

    Dubbed Originull, this flaw is also expected to affect millions of other websites using origin null restriction checks. Facebook has fixed this issue after it was reported by the firm.

    The two-line technical summary of the hack states:

    This meant that if we could cause the browser to send “null” in the “origin” header, we would get a “null” value in the “Access-Control-Allow-Origin.
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  • Explained: What’s the Difference Between Intel Core i3, i5 and i7?

    Intel is a great processor manufacturing company but they have a way of confusing the buyers with fancy names like Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7.

    I am sure you would have heard these terms at least once in a while and wondered what they mean. Today we will discuss the basic differences between Core i3,i5 and i7 processors which i think would help you a lot in choosing your next PC.

    Difference between Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 in a Nutshell

    To conclude in a statement, Core i7s are better than Core i5s, and Core i5s are better than Core i3s. The main reason here being performance. In general, Core i3 chips are found in budget PCs and low-end laptops. For a normal user who does browsing and watching videos, Core i3 works just fine. Core i3s have a low Cache size.

    The mainstream or mid-range systems usually  have i5. Systems with Core i5 are good for a moderate user and light gamer.

    The Core i7 CPUs are reserved for – and found usually in – high-end, expensive laptops and PCs. These are used by users who wish to do video editing( For example using premier pro), Lot of Gaming and other CPU intensive stuff.

    Number of cores: Core i3, i5 and i7

    The first thing you’ll notice from the table is that Core i5 and i7 processors have four cores, while Core i3 models only have two. Out of all the differences between the Intel processor ranges, this is the one that will affect performance the most.

    Each core is effectively its own processor – your PC would still work (slowly) with just one core enabled. Having multiple cores means that the computer can work on more than one task at a time more efficiently, which will help keep your system running snappily even if you have tasks, such as an antivirus scan, running in the background.

    Having several cores can also drastically increase the speed at which certain programs run. This doesn’t apply to all applications, as creating software that takes advantage of multiple cores is difficult. While two cores are now the accepted minimum in a processor, if you generally only tend to have a handful of tabs open in a web browser and your most demanding application is a word processor, you won’t see a huge benefit from a quad-core chip. However, modern games benefit from quad-core chips as does video encoding.

    Typically all the Core i3s comes with Hyper-Threading capabilities in them. Some versions of Core i5s have Hyper-Threading and Turbo boost features enabled.

    Coming to the big brother- i7, it has comes with anywhere from 2 to 8 cores with Hyper-Threading, Turbo boosting and Overclocking abilities.

    Core i7s are the best Intel has to offer for general consumers while Core i3s being the most affordable in the series ( forget Pentium).

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  • Top 10 2016 Best WiFi Hacking And Defending Android Applications

    WiFi hacking is the one most conversational topic all over the internet, we all are well aware that how tech geeky users searches for the hacking tools on internet,

    but really how can it be possible to hack any WiFi?

    Below we have discussed Top 10 WiFi Hacking And Defending Application for Android which works on rooted and unrooted Android devices, to know all the applications just follow below!

    1. WiFi WPS WPA Tester

    This application is compatible with all your android device above 2.0 version, this application helps you to crack into the WiFi networks around you, but not all the routers, every router till date have some vulnerability and that helps this application to breach into the WiFi router.

    2. WiFi Kill

    If you are near any public WiFi network then this application will help you to block all the other users connected to the same public WiFi network, you can breach into any Wifi network around you because basically the public WiFi network has many security vulnerabilities

    3. WPS Connect

    Wps connect is one of the best and popular Android application, this app helps you to crack any WiFi network around you, even you can disable connections of other users who so ever connected with the same wifi network, this application also helps you to crack passwords protected WiFi, and it takes time to crack wifi password because of the protection level.

    4. ZANTI Penetration Testing Android Hacking Toolkit

    This application does not require a rooted android device, this application basically created to identify the attacker but later with a mod version help attackers to attack any WiFi network and the mod version required rooted android devices

    5. WiFi Inspect

    This tool is basically introduced to monitor the hacking activity on the owned network, IT professionals use this software to monitor the network whether there is any intruder, also to manage the number of users on the same network, this application is a security audit tool and not for hacking.

    6. Arpspoof

    This application is only based on network auditing, not for hacking but some of the hardcore users steal the source code of the application to make it a hacking tool which helps them to search nearby wifi network.

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  • Best and Easy Backup & Restore for android mobile

    Easy Backup & Restore: The easiest data backup tool on android! ★

    Easily backup and restore apps, sms, mms, call log, calendar, bookmarks, dictionary and contact found on your Android phone. Create backups to SD Card, Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive or Box account. Create backup manually or schedule automatic backups.


    ✓ MMS
    ✓ Call log
    ✓ Calendar
    ✓ Bookmarks
    ✓ Dictionary
    ✓ Contact
    ✓ Apps


    ● Backup and Restore to/from
    SD Card
    ✓ Gmail
    ✓ Dropbox
    ✓ Google Drive
    ✓ OneDrive
    ✓ Box

     ● Schedule automatic backups or manually create backups

    View backup contents
    ● Email a backup contents
    ● Backup apps to SD card, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box
    ● Backup & restore app's data (need root)
    ● Batch restore apps (need root)

    Your Sms, Mms, Call log, Calendar, Bookmarks, Dictionary and Contact data are stored in CSV, eml and VCF file format:

    Sms, Call log, Calendar, Bookmarks, Dictionary --> CSV file format
    Mms --> eml file format
    Contact --> VCF file format

    Backup consists of those files that are inside a zip archive and you can easily read those files in your phone or computer!
    If your phone has inbuilt storage, the default backup location will probably be the internal storage card and not the external. This is because the phone reports the storage that way.

                                                                                Download here for free

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  • Reverse Tethering – Share PC’s Internet Connection With Android

    Tethering is a feature in smart phones that allows user to share the internet connection of an Android device with a PC.

    You can also use this feature in the opposite way that is called Reverse Tethering that allows user to share the PC’s Internet connection with Android device. You need a wired connection for this method so that you can allow one device to use the internet data of another device.If you have a WiFi modem, then you can do this method wirelessly but other than that you can use a USB cable for reverse tethering. 

    Reverse Tethering – Share PC’s Internet Connection With Android

      1. First of all you need to turn on USB debugging on your Android device. To do so, go to Settings, then go to Developer Options and then check the box next to USB Debugging to turn it on.
      2. Now, download the Android Reverse Tethering Tool from this link and then extract the zip file.
      3. Open the extracted folder and search for the Android Tool file.
      4. Open the AndroidTool.exe application and wait for the Android Reverse Tethering 3.19 to start.
      5. Now connect your Android device with your PC using USB cable and wait for a while for them to connect.
      6. In the Android Reverse Tethering app, look for the Refresh button.
      7. Click on the Refresh button and select your device from the menu next to the button.
      8. Now, click on the Check DNS button below the Refresh button.
      9. You can use and as the DNS which are an open DNS operated by Google.
      10. Under the Tools tab in the app look for Install hack (optional) option and click on that option to install Hack Connectivity. (Hack Connectivity is a module of Xposed framework that helps in fooling the android device into thinking that it is connected a WiFi and not a tethered connection.)
      11. Make sure you have a rooted device and it has the Xposed framework app installed on it.
      12. Then on your Android device click on install/updateNow restart your android device.
      13. And then, inside the Xposed framework app, check if the Hack Connectivity Service is installed under the modules category.
      14. Open up the Hack Connectivity Service and click on the WiFi button.
      15. Now click on the Connect button on your PC inside the Android Reverse Tethering Tool.
      16. That’s all to it. Now you can surf internet on your android device using the data of your PC.

        Once you have followed all the above steps, you will be able to access Internet on your Android device easily.
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