Most smartphone’s nowadays allow you to store the geographical location (GPS data of Latitude and Longitude) of the photos that you shoot using them. Here are simple instructions to disable Photo Geo-tagging on your phone . . . → Read More: How To Disable Photo Geotagging in Samsung Galaxy
Did you know that the world’s first computer Virus was created 25 years back and it had the complete details of its creators including address and contact details 🙂 I am not kidding and infact name of the virus was Brain.A …… . . . → Read More: History Of Viruses, Their Evolution And Sophistication, A TED Talk
Private Browsing ensures that none of the browser history, search history, download history, web form history, cookies, or temporary internet files are stored by the browser. Configure Firefox to autostart in Private Browsing Mode in these simple steps. . . . → Read More: How to Autostart Private Browsing in Firefox in 5 simple steps
Currently all browsers like Firefox, Chrome, etc give you an option of Private browsing which means that none of the browser history, search history, download history, web form history are stored. Here is you can determine if you are using this mode. . . . → Read More: How to determine if you are using Incognito, InPrivate or Private Browsing
Two factor authentication adds a layer of security for your Gmail. Apart from entering your normal password, you will need to enter the random number generated either using the App on your Phone or via SMS/Voice Call option. The principle behind two authentication is that you will need two components to complete the authentication: What you know? Password :: What you have? Verification Code making it harder to hack into Google accounts. According to Google: “2-step verification is an advanced security feature for users who are concerned about account security and usually have a phone with them when . . . → Read More: How To Enable Two Factor Verification for Gmail
Indian politicians now take their war to the cyberspace. The ruling Indian National Congress party and the main opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are embroiled in a bitter war over domain redirection of BJP.COM
It all started on October 3rd a http request to http://bjp.com would redirect to Congress party’s website. It appears like some smart bloke (read Cyber Savy) at Congress or a prankster setup this redirection.
However, Congress now appears to have taken a step back with the request to http://bjp.com now landing on a parked page with ads. A Whois search for http://bjp.com . . . → Read More: BJP vs Congress Domain War