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If you’re on the fence about buying Minecraft, you may want to reconsider downloading a supposedly cracked version of the game which allows you to play without paying. Minecraft 1.8, the name of the file on offer and so-called “Bountiful Update“, can supposedly be yours for the low cost of zero fromminecraftcrackedinstaller(dot)com   They claim the file on offer is “the official installer,...
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When you chat with friends about settling debts or splitting the bill, Facebook doesn’t want you to have to open another app like PayPal or Venmo to send them money. So today it unveiled a new payments feature for Facebook Messenger that lets you connect your Visa or Mastercard debit card and tap a “$” button to send friends money on iOS, Android, and desktop with zero fees. Facebook...
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  Understanding about botnet becomes easier if one’s previous knowledge about zombies is tapped. Mythically, zombies transfer the infection to normal humans, which in turn create many other zombies resulting in a zombie army. Botnet is also known as a zombie army as a single infected computer, known as bot (also called zombie) can turn several other computers into bots by transferring the...
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fter being shutdown in late December the piratebay website is back online with a fenix logo.This news is under development and as soon as we know more information we will update this post.
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  Introduction to DDOS Attacks In computing terms, a DoS (Denial of Service) or a DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack consists of efforts to interrupt a certain network resource’s services, making it temporarily unavailable for its users. These attacks are usually intended to cease the services of an internet connected host however some attempts may target a certain machine as well...
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  Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have found that being envious of your Facebook friends can lead to depression, a finding that should give some of us pause. Based on a survey of 700 students, the study found that users who engage in “surveillance use” – “brows[ing] the website to see how their friends are doing compared with their own lives” – versus simply using the...