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How To : Find Anyone's Private Phone Number Using Facebook

Facebook really wants your phone number, nagging you for one as soon as you join. This isn't all bad since it can help secure your account with two-factor authentication. On the flipside, this makes it easy to reveal the private phone numbers of virtually anyone on Facebook, i ...more

How To : Find information on your own computer

How to find out information / details about your computer? To find out the information about your computer, you need to download software from the website PC World. The following are the steps to download the software: •First open the site www.pcworld.com. •Now click on downl ...more

How To : Make your MySpace information more private

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make their information more private on My-Space. Users will need to begin by logging into their account. On your homepage, click in Account Settings and click on the Privacy tab. Under General Privacy, users are able control who see ...more

How To : Find your basic computer information

The speaker in this video will show you how to find basic computer information of your computer. In this video, he is using a computer with Windows XP. You begin by clicking on the "start" button located at the bottom left corner of the screen, then highlight "settings", and t ...more

How To : Make the Most of Your Google+ Page

Now that it's been a week since Google+ rolled out pages, we've gotten over our euphoria at finally getting the feature after a long wait, and reality is starting to sink it. It's not as flexible as a Facebook page, it seems to be time consuming, and you can't even get a uniqu ...more

How To : Scrape Target Email Addresses with TheHarvester

Open-source data scraping is an essential reconnaissance tool for government agencies and hackers alike, with big data turning our digital fingerprints into giant neon signs. The problem is no longer whether the right data exists, it's filtering it down to the exact answer you ...more

How To : The Top 80+ Websites Available in the Tor Network

There are nearly 100,000 unique onion service addresses online with over two million people using Tor every single day. Join me as I explore a small fraction of what the Tor network has to offer. It's puzzling to imagine about 100,000 .onion websites in existence. Readers who ...more

How To : 100+ Secret Dialer Codes for Your iPhone

The dialer screen on your iPhone has a lot more to it than just entering phone numbers and hitting the green call button. It's not very obvious, but there are actually secret codes that you can enter into the dialer to find out information about your device, help troubleshoot ...more

How To : Set a password for your BlackBerry Bold

You never know when you may lose your BlackBerry and expose all your personal information to whoever finds it. That's okay, protect private data on your mobile PDA by setting a password. Now you don't have to worry about strangers stealing your secrets anymore. Set a password ...more

Protect Your Facebook Profile : 10 Ways to Increase Privacy

Don't want one of your Facebook "friends" knowing your status updates? Prefer to keep a few of those "friends" out of your photo albums? Would you like to prevent a few "friends" from accessing your address? The simple answer would be to remove all of those so-called friends— ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

Hack Like a Pro : Hacking the Heartbleed Vulnerability

Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers! In recent weeks, the Heartbleed vulnerability of OpenSSL has been dominating the information security headlines. This vulnerability enables an attacker to extract data from the server's memory that may contain authentication credentials, co ...more

How To : Defeat SSL in Practice with SSL Strip

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It's an encryption standard used on most sites' login pages to avoid their users' passwords being packet sniffed in simple plain-text format. This keeps the users safe by having all of that traffic encrypted over an "https" connection. So, w ...more

How To : Find Hacked Accounts Online ~ PART 2 - Pastebin

This is second post in my series of posts for finding hacked accounts online. Please do read the part 1 of the post at http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/find-hacked-accounts-online-part-1-0164611/ In this post we will explore more about finding hacked accounts online, w ...more

How To : Keep the Government Out of Your Smartphone

We use smartphones for just about everything, and while that may be beneficial to us in our day-to-day lives, it can also be used against us in the court of law. Law enforcement officials can seize smartphones and give warrants to Apple, Google, your cellular provider—whoever ...more

How To : The 4 Best Phones for Privacy & Security

Smartphones are inherently bad for privacy. You've basically got a tracking device in your pocket, pinging off cell towers and locking onto GPS satellites. All the while, the handset's data connection ensures that tracking cookies, advertising IDs, and usage stats follow you a ...more

News : Don't cheat!

Cheating ruins everything. Cheating makes game play unfair for others who may be truly competitive and strategic. Cheating makes others disrespect and un-friend you. There can be unforeseen consequences, like getting viruses, trojans or your account hacked from downloading a c ...more

How To : Abuse Session Management with OWASP ZAP

It's always a good idea to know how an attack works at the very basic level. Manual techniques for exploitation often find holes that even the most sophisticated tool cannot. Sometimes, though, using one of these tools can make things so much easier, especially if one has a so ...more

How To : Recover a Lost WiFi Password from Any Device

These days, if you're having friends over, they'll probably ask to log into your Wi-Fi network before asking for a drink. But if you've forgotten your password, it can be quite hard to find, since most devices obscure the characters with asterisks. But it honestly doesn't tak ...more

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