Technology

2015-03-01

Technology Share your idea with us, we will turn it into mobile apps.

Share your idea with us, we will turn it into mobi...

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Technology

2015-03-01

Technology Project Ara will release on Feb 6!

Project Ara will release on Feb 6!

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My Trip

2015-03-01

My Trip

ACE

For a laugh

2015-02-28

For a laugh Love is...

Love is...

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For a laugh

2015-02-28

For a laugh stunning. though i suspect its a wig

stunning. though i suspect its a wig

Payton Dekker

Architecture

2015-02-27

Architecture STUDIO GANG/TISHMAN SPEYER

STUDIO GANG/TISHMAN SPEYER

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Technology

2015-02-27

Technology Seven Year Old Hacks Coffee Shop WiFi
It is always good when you find a free Wi-Fi connection at a coffee shop so you can read the news, chat with your friends, check your emails or simply watch YouTube. But all of this changed for all those present the day when Betsy Davies, a seven year old girl, hacked one such WAP and accessed a stranger’s laptop within minutes.

An experiment was conducted by Hide My Ass!, a company that provides Virtual Private Network services, to alert the public about the risks involved when using free, public Wi-Fi. So to prove how easy and vulnerable you may be, the team at Hide My Ass! gave this task to a seven year old girl.

“We set the challenge to IT-savvy, primary school student, Betsy Davies from Dulwich in South London, who was able to hack into a public Wi-Fi hotspot after she searched and watched a video tutorial online which explained how to hack a network. It took 7-year old Betsy just 10 minutes and 54 seconds to hack into a Wi-Fi hotspot. She then set up a Rogue Access Point which is often used by cybercriminals to trigger a ‘man in the middle’ attack allowing her to ‘sniff’ traffic.” – Hide My Ass Blog Post.

Professional hacker Marcus Dempsey, a person who is often hired by big companies to test their computer security systems, watched Betsy as she made her way through by Googling everything. Of the things she Googled, there were eleven million results returned and about fourteen thousand video tutorials linked via YouTube.

“The results of this experiment are worrying but not entirely surprising, I know just how easily a layman can gain access to a stranger’s device, and in an age where children are often more tech literate than adults, hacking can literally be child’s play. Adults need to get their heads around online security basics – and stick to them whenever they connect to an insecure network. As for children, while its admirable educators are focusing on skills like coding, it’s important to teach them about the dangers that lurk online, as well instilling a clear sense of the ethics. After all, as easily as one can now code a computer game, so one can fall into the dark world of hacking.” – stated by Dempsey.

Researchers who were involved in this experiment came up with astonishing numbers, saying that about two thirds of Britons use open Wi-Fi hotspots with a ratio of twenty percent on weekly basis. It was also noted that sensitive data was being exchanged such as names, passwords, emails, addresses, national insurance numbers, pictures, and online banking being on top of the line.

Cain McKenna Charley, a member of Hide My Ass, said that the image of cyber criminals hiding away in some far flung part of the world is antiquated. They are just as likely to be sitting next to you in a coffee shop or a public library. And if a child can perform a basic hack on a Wi-Fi network in minutes, imagine the damage a professional blackhat hacker could do.  Just as you wouldn’t announce your online banking details at full volume in a public place, we want to remind Britons to protect their information from online eavesdroppers. Although there’s growing awareness of the data we willingly hand over when we click ‘Agree’ to join an open network, many still have no idea just how simple it is to compromise a WiFi network and steal the information of those using it.

Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi!

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Architecture

2015-02-27

Architecture we need more school like this 

John Hardy: My green school dream

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HD4bpztESWw

we need more school like this John Hardy: My g...

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For a laugh

2015-02-27

For a laugh we all do this

we all do this

luvJoeyEricksen

Movie

2015-02-25

Movie BANG BANG! Official Teaser | Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LRARHtMzZQE
This movie look great !.

BANG BANG! Official Teaser | Hrithik Roshan, Katri...

kylee

Love and Sex

2015-02-23

Love and Sex any girls here?

any girls here?

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Bikini

2015-02-23

Bikini

cutebaby

Bikini

2015-02-23

Bikini

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iOS

2015-02-23

iOS 10 Easy Ways To Free Up A Lot Of Space On Your iPhone

10. Explore the “Other” section on iTunes and restore your phone

The "Other" category, shown in your phone's storage on iTunes, includes your email, music and web-browsing data. Sometimes the files can get corrupted and take up more space than they should. The easiest way to clear this out is to back up your data and restore your phone on iTunes.

10 Easy Ways To Free Up A Lot Of Space On Your iPh...

Navin Anbu

Inspiration

2015-02-22

Inspiration Thats what we need.

Thats what we need.

思情

K-Pop

2015-02-21

K-Pop Producer of “Boss Mode” addresses 4MINUTE’s plagiarism controversy

The producer for Knife Party’s “Boss Mode” has clarified 4MINUTE’s plagiarism accusation in a recent Twitter update.
Upon the release of 4MINUTE’s latest track, “Crazy,” a Korean blogger made claims that the girl group had plagiarized Knife Party’s “Boss Mode,” which caused fans to become hesitant about the issue.
On February 14th, a user sent a tweet to the producer of the song “Boss Mode,” saying that 4MINUTE had stolen the song.  However, the producer, Rob Swire responded that he did not hear anything similar about the songs. He wrote, “boss mode?? I don’t really hear it :S maybe used as a reference or something.”
Although many still claim that the song is plagiarized despite the producers words, 4MINUTE’s plagiarism conflict had been cleared after the message.
Meanwhile, 4MINUTE is currently promoting their new track as well as their mini-album, titled Crazy.

Producer of “Boss Mode” addresses 4MINUTE’s plagia...

Navin Anbu

K-Pop

2015-02-21

K-Pop CNBLUE performs “Can’t Stop” for Hunan TV New Year special

In celebration of Lunar New Year, CNBLUE performed their latest song “Can’t Stop” on Hunan TV.
Lunar New Year this year falls on February 19th, which is celebrated by many countries in Asia including Korea, China, Japan, Tibet, Vietnam, and more. With Lunar New Year around the corner, CNBLUE shares in the festivities through their performance in the 2015 Hunan TV Spring Festival Gala Evening. 
On February 13th, CNBLUE hit the stage to perform their hit song “Can’t Stop” on the stage of Hunan TV. Performing in front of their Chinese fans, CNBLUE performed on a stage decorated in the Chinese lucky color, red.
The fans in the audience waved their sea of light sticks while watching CNBLUE jamming out on stage.
Meanwhile, the band recently snapped a photo backstage with Baek Ji Young as they met up at the performance.


《2015湖南卫视小年夜春晚》精彩片段 2015 Hunan TV Spring Festival Gala Evening: CNBLUE爱你至深《Can't Stop》【湖南卫视官方版1080p】

http://youtu.be/SwOgjJTri6I

CNBLUE performs “Can’t Stop” for Hunan TV New Year...

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