Posted: July 29, 2012 in hacks
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The Metasploit Project is an open-source computer security project which provides information about security vulnerabilities and aids in penetration testing and IDS signature development. Its most well-known sub-project is the Metasploit Framework, a tool for developing and executing exploit code against a remote target machine. Other important sub-projects include the Opcode Database, shellcode archive, and security research.


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1.Vault Press

VaultPress provides realtime, continuous backup and synchronization of every post, comment, media file, revision and dash­board setting across at least two separate cloud services in addition to the Automattic grid, ensuring no loss of content.


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Hides short messages in a fake spam; the recipient can decode them after receiving the real-looking “unsolicited commercial e-mail

 Hiding Information in Spam (Email Steganography)

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CAPTCHA or Captcha (pronounced as cap-ch-uh) which stands for “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart” is a type of challenge-response test to ensure that the response is only generated by humans and not by a computer. In simple words, CAPTCHA is the word verification test that you will come across the end of a sign-up form while signing up for Gmail or Yahoo account. The following image shows the typical samples of CAPTCHA.


Almost every Internet user will have an experience of CAPTCHA in their daily Internet usage, but only a few are aware of what it is and why they are used. So, in this post you will find a detailed information on how CAPTCHA works and why they are used.

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It is written in PHP and is nice tool to test and identify security holes in web applications. It is good for remote and local security vulnerabilities. When scanning is in process, details of the scan are dynamically updated to the user. These details include the status of the scan, the number of URLs found on the web application, the number of vulnerabilities found and details of the vulnerabilities found.

In this post, i will explain how to use the proxy server.

What is the Use of The Proxy?
Hide your IP.  Browse the Internet anonymously.

Get the List of Proxy from here:

How to Use?
Mozilla is the famous browser. So i will explain how to use the proxy servers in Mozilla.

in mozilla 12.0


select MANUAL PROXY CONFIGURATION and simply put in the IP ADDRESS you got from this site (http://www.samair.ru/) along with the port number. after that you’re done. Ok and close it

check your ip address location on any site… enjoy!

VISIT LINK : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwBE1ujR75s

For complete tutorial Published on Jul 1, 2012 by ViruSxNoIr

With everybody and their moms being on Facebook these days, we felt it’s time to highlight 20 new FB tips that you might not be aware of. Without further ado, lets get started with the best Facebook tricks of 2011!

#1 Enable HTTPS for better security

facebook https
If you access Facebook frequently from public wi-fi hotspots, or even your college network, you will be surprised to know that it’s extremely easy for others to snoop on your Facebook data. To avoid this, you should turn on the secure HTTPS option of Facebook right now. Go to Account –> Account Settings –> Account Security, and enable the Secure Browsing (https) option.

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New Google Calculator.

Posted: July 26, 2012 in News
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Many of us use the Google search bar for uses far beyond the usual search for Web pages – for weather information, stock quotes, time in a particular city, sports scores, unit conversion, quick calculations and more. Google has now added a 34-button visual tool to simplify our use of the search engine as a handy calculation tool.

To fire up Google’s new 34-button virtual calculator with scientific functions, type ‘calculator’ into the search box. This new Google feature is available across most browsers (both web and mobile).

The virtual Google calculator will also appear if we type in a calculation – say ’13*6′ – into the search box and can also be used for more complex calculation needs such as ’25*39+(sqrt 10)^3′.

Google adds a 34-button virtual scientific calculator to search

Google’s calculator function is nothing new, but the new 34-button virtual scientific calculator is.

Google keeps on adding new features to its search. An important recent addition to Google’s search includes Knowledge Graph that instantly displays information that is relevant to a search query.

As the scope of Google search stretches wide, Google has introduced Power Searching with Google, a free, online, community-based course that showcases Google’s search techniques and teaches users to solve everyday problems via Google search.

simple browser in Swing

This example shows how to create a simple browser in Swing.

The course code of the simple browser is written below:

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