Yay! Since this website is using HTTPS, all communication with this website is now encrypted. You can now browse this website safely. When a website is using HTTPS, it means that the connection between your device and that site is private and encrypted, therefore people (e.g., those on the same WiFi network, or if you are using an unprotected WiFi network) won’t be able to intercept and tamper with what you do on the site.
Hence, your email and user data, if submitted via feedback forms or comment sections on this site, cannot be intercepted by anybody.
Wait, what exactly is HTTPS? You want a more detailed explanation?
Here’s how to hide apps on a iOS 8 device without jailbreaking.
Everyone knows that hiding apps aren’t available on iOS, but a bug/glitch could help you hide any apps on your device.
Before you start, make sure you have a page filled with apps and a folder on the dock. After that, you can start choosing the apps you want to hide. Transfer all of them into the only folder on the dock.
I believed most people hates advertisements. Although advertising for someone makes money, but most of the time, many advertisements pop up or takes up your screen, and you know, for some reason, you may get kind of mad. So, here’s a quick tutorial how to block advertisements on your device system-wide, well, sort of.
Source: http://xato.net/ (image is now not found there)
There are many hackers trying to hack our online account password these days. They use programs to hack our passwords, such as brute-forcing. Why don’t we protect our info? Continue reading “Most common passwords”