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Monday, December 23, 2013

How to Set up a Network in Ubuntu

Configuring networks such as a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) primarily used for accessing the internet can be a hassle, especially when you aren't using the same operating system as what the directions were originally written for. This article is a starting point for configuring DSL using Ubuntu Linux.

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    Open Network Connections to set up network settings in Ubuntu. Go to “System”, “Preferences” and chose “Network Connections."
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    Under the “Wired” tab, click on “Auto eth0” and select “Edit."
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    Click on “IPV4 Settings” tab. Chose the “Automatic (DHCP)” option if your network has a DHCP server. The DHCP Server has automatically assigned the IP address to your system. Click "Apply."
    • You also chose the “Manual” option from the Method drop-down list and assign the IP address, netmask and gateway manually. You'll also have to assign the DNS Server address. 
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    Check the IP address settings. Go to “Applications” “Accessories” and chose “Terminal."
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    Type the following command into terminal: “sudo ifconfig” without quotes.
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    Get your new addresses. The Ifconfig command will show the inet address, broadcast address and mask address.
Source : wikihow.com

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Saturday, December 21, 2013

Run Backtrack 5 On Android Devices


Description: Backtrack is a very popular linux distribution for penetration testing. It has hundreds of tools for pentesting and hacking. Now a version of backtrack is available for arm processor devices. Normally android based mobile devices uses arm processor so we can install arm version of backtrack on android devices.
This video explains very clearly step by step method of installing process of arm version of backtrack on android devices. Following are the steps and utility for the installation process.
1. Download terminal emulator,android vnc and arm version of backtrack.
2. Extract the content of img file and transfer it in to memory of android devices.
3. Install BusyBox and start it.
4. Open terminal emulator. use "cd" command to get in backtrack directory where extracted content is saved on memory card of device. In this case command is
cd /sdcard/BT5
5. Type "sh bootbt" and we will be in Backtrack.

Rooted android device Linux installer (Can be found on Google play) Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play) Busybox (Can be found on Google play) Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play) Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play)
- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
If you like this page, let Google know: Security Geeks - Security and Ethical Hacking Tutorials Home eBooks Pentesting Tools Hackers Media Wallpapers Section WebTools Section Partners Write For Us Wednesday, 20 March 2013 How To Install Backtrack In An Android Device - The Easiest Way Share On Google+Add This To DeliciousTweet/ReTweet ThisShare on FacebookStumbleUpon ThisDigg This Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger... Hello guys, today I'm going to show you the easiest way to install backtrack on an android device. For this tutorial you need: Rooted android device Linux installer (Can be found on Google play) Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play) Busybox (Can be found on Google play) Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play) Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play) All of the programs mentioned above are free. Ok, now let's start, The first thing you need to do is install Busybox from Google play: Install it, then open it when it's done, it will install some more things. When it's done, install Linux Installer from Google Play: Open Linux installer, then click on Install Guides from the list on your right hand side: When you click that, you'll see a list of Linux distros, click on Backtrack and you will see a screen with steps on how to install it. Now click on the second page of those steps, you will get a page that looks like this: Just click on "Download Image", and let it finish downloading. While it's downloading, open Google play and install Terminal Emulator, and Zarchiver. Terminal Emulator: Zarchiver: When it finishes downloading, open Zarchiver, and look for the ZIP file that you downloaded, and extraxt the image into a root folder called "backtrack", extract the image into an external memory card not the internal one. Once it's done, open Linux Installer again, and click on launch, you'll get a screen that looks like this: If it didn't recognize any distro, click on Setting > Edit then change the file path there to your backtrack image, the .img file that you extracted. When it finally say "backtrack" on the drop down list, click "Start Linux" Terminal Emulator will open, you just have to proceed with the installation steps, ask you for a new password, and some preferences. When it's done you will get a red "root@localhost~#" like the picture bellow: You are now in backtrack! Now if you want backtrack in GUI, open Google play, and install Android VNC: Open It when it finishes installing, and it will look like this: Set to the same settings in the picture, but not the IP address, you can get your IP by opening backtrack terminal, in terminal emulator, and running "ifconfig" command: Settings for VNC are, Username: backtrack Password: backtrac IP: from the "ifconfig" command or just put 127.0.0.1 Color Format: 24-bit Now click connect, and boom! You'r in backtrack Desktop! ;) When you finis using it, remember to disconnect VNC AND exit backtrack in Terminal Emulator, else it will be taking your battery in the background. And note that Ubuntu can be installed in the same exact way, just the username and password for VNC will change. 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- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
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- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
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- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
Hello guys, today I'm going to show you the easiest way to install backtrack on an android device. For this tutorial you need: Rooted android device Linux installer (Can be found on Google play) Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play) Busybox (Can be found on Google play) Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play) Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play) All of the programs mentioned above are free. Ok, now let's start, The first thing you need to do is install Busybox from Google play:
- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
Hello guys, today I'm going to show you the easiest way to install backtrack on an android device. For this tutorial you need: Rooted android device Linux installer (Can be found on Google play) Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play) Busybox (Can be found on Google play) Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play) Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play) All of the programs mentioned above are free. Ok, now let's start, The first thing you need to do is install Busybox from Google play: Install it, then open it when it's done, it will install some more things. When it's done, install Linux Installer from Google Play: Open Linux installer, then click on Install Guides from the list on your right hand side: When you click that, you'll see a list of Linux distros, click on Backtrack and you will see a screen with steps on how to install it. Now click on the second page of those steps, you will get a page that looks like this: Just click on "Download Image", and let it finish downloading. While it's downloading, open Google play and install Terminal Emulator, and Zarchiver. Terminal Emulator: Zarchiver: When it finishes downloading, open Zarchiver, and look for the ZIP file that you downloaded, and extraxt the image into a root folder called "backtrack", extract the image into an external memory card not the internal one. Once it's done, open Linux Installer again, and click on launch, you'll get a screen that looks like this: If it didn't recognize any distro, click on Setting > Edit then change the file path there to your backtrack image, the .img file that you extracted. When it finally say "backtrack" on the drop down list, click "Start Linux" Terminal Emulator will open, you just have to proceed with the installation steps, ask you for a new password, and some preferences. When it's done you will get a red "root@localhost~#" like the picture bellow: You are now in backtrack! Now if you want backtrack in GUI, open Google play, and install Android VNC: Open It when it finishes installing, and it will look like this: Set to the same settings in the picture, but not the IP address, you can get your IP by opening backtrack terminal, in terminal emulator, and running "ifconfig" command: Settings for VNC are, Username: backtrack Password: backtrac IP: from the "ifconfig" command or just put 127.0.0.1 Color Format: 24-bit Now click connect, and boom! You'r in backtrack Desktop! ;) When you finis using it, remember to disconnect VNC AND exit backtrack in Terminal Emulator, else it will be taking your battery in the background. And note that Ubuntu can be installed in the same exact way, just the username and password for VNC will change.
- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
Hello guys, today I'm going to show you the easiest way to install backtrack on an android device. For this tutorial you need: Rooted android device Linux installer (Can be found on Google play) Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play) Busybox (Can be found on Google play) Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play) Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play) All of the programs mentioned above are free. Ok, now let's start, The first thing you need to do is install Busybox from Google play:
- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
Hello guys, today I'm going to show you the easiest way to install backtrack on an android device. For this tutorial you need: Rooted android device Linux installer (Can be found on Google play) Zarchiver (Can be found on Google play) Busybox (Can be found on Google play) Android-VNC (Can be found on Google play) Terminal Emulator (Can be found on Google play) All of the programs mentioned above are free. Ok, now let's start, The first thing you need to do is install Busybox from Google play: Install it, then open it when it's done, it will install some more things. When it's done, install Linux Installer from Google Play: Open Linux installer, then click on Install Guides from the list on your right hand side: When you click that, you'll see a list of Linux distros, click on Backtrack and you will see a screen with steps on how to install it. Now click on the second page of those steps, you will get a page that looks like this: Just click on "Download Image", and let it finish downloading. While it's downloading, open Google play and install Terminal Emulator, and Zarchiver. Terminal Emulator: Zarchiver: When it finishes downloading, open Zarchiver, and look for the ZIP file that you downloaded, and extraxt the image into a root folder called "backtrack", extract the image into an external memory card not the internal one. Once it's done, open Linux Installer again, and click on launch, you'll get a screen that looks like this: If it didn't recognize any distro, click on Setting > Edit then change the file path there to your backtrack image, the .img file that you extracted. When it finally say "backtrack" on the drop down list, click "Start Linux" Terminal Emulator will open, you just have to proceed with the installation steps, ask you for a new password, and some preferences. When it's done you will get a red "root@localhost~#" like the picture bellow: You are now in backtrack! Now if you want backtrack in GUI, open Google play, and install Android VNC: Open It when it finishes installing, and it will look like this: Set to the same settings in the picture, but not the IP address, you can get your IP by opening backtrack terminal, in terminal emulator, and running "ifconfig" command: Settings for VNC are, Username: backtrack Password: backtrac IP: from the "ifconfig" command or just put 127.0.0.1 Color Format: 24-bit Now click connect, and boom! You'r in backtrack Desktop! ;) When you finis using it, remember to disconnect VNC AND exit backtrack in Terminal Emulator, else it will be taking your battery in the background. And note that Ubuntu can be installed in the same exact way, just the username and password for VNC will change.
- Read more at: http://www.securitygeeks.net/2013/03/how-to-install-backtrack-in-android.html
 
 
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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Installing Windows8 using USB Drive and Dual Booting on Windows 7


 n this video, I am going to install Windows 8 from using UltraISO, to installing Windows 8 in continuous 46 minutes video. There will be some little captions telling what I'm trying to do or what I was doing.

so I'll be showing
- UltraISO
----- selecting ISO
----- writing files from ISO to USB drive
- Selecting USB to boot
- Installing Windows 8
- Showing the dual boot screen
- Seting up the Windows 8 for the firstime
- Seting up my dual monitor in Windows 8
- Playing with the apps and features
---- IE
---- Video
---- Music
---- Pictures
---- Messaging
---- Mail
- Enabling Administrator mode
- Installing my System Power application
- Showing who boots faster





Windows Registry Repair

Microsoft Windows registry repair is a common procedure that pretty much every PC user will run into at one time or another. The Microsoft Windows operating system, while hailed as superb technology and used by millions around the world, is not without a few shortcomings.
Microsoft Windows Registry Repair - Giving Your PC a New Lease on Life


Microsoft the company has made many attempts to address these problems and no doubt will continue to do so, though perhaps not at the pace PC users would like. Unfortunately, the built-in instability of the Windows operating system will not go away any time soon. In the meantime, the more you know about registry problems that crop up, the easier life can be for you.

From the Horse's Mouth

There are different ways to go about Microsoft Windows registry repair. If you pay a visit to the Microsoft website, you will find loads of information about the operating system's registry - what it is what it does and what's happening when it doesn't work right.

The language can get pretty technical and confusing sometimes. A simple explanation is that the registry is a database where needed information is stored. At times, however, unneeded information can find its way into the registry, effectively blocking the CPU from being able to efficiently move information between the software and hardware.

Should that happen, a Microsoft Windows registry repair might be required. Take another look back at the Microsoft site to see what some of the error codes popping up on your screen may mean; they can tell you if the problem is likely to lie with the registry. You can follow Microsoft's suggestions on repairing registry problems, or you can use a third-party registry cleaner software package.

An Everyday Computer User's Friend

These registry cleaners, which I use personally and recommend to my customers, are without a doubt, a worthwhile addition to your PC maintenance toolbox because using them clears out the junk data piling up in the registry. Some registry cleaners you can download for free, more powerful cleaners with additional functions you may have to pay for.

You can't know too much about how to go about a Microsoft Windows registry repair if you're an everyday PC user. It's the best way to know what to do should a problem arise. Therefore, it would be wise to make a point of becoming familiar with the functions of the registry by perusing the Microsoft website.
You can also learn much from other sites that contain information about the operating system's registry; especially since there's a good chance those sites will explain things to you from a regular user's perspective.

Why would you use a registry cleaner when you can use a top rated registry cleaner, spyware cleaner, driver checker, advanced defragger and more with the Hiel Strassman recommended all new all-in-one utility? Get a free scan and you'll no longer have to ask, Why is my computer so slow? By the way, which registry cleaner is rated number 1? See how computer engineer with more than 14 years experience, Hiel Strassman rates the top performing registry cleaners. Visit Registry Fix Reviews.

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What are the advantages of Microsoft Windows 8.1?

What are the advantages of Microsoft Windows 8.1?

What are the advantages of Microsoft Windows 8.1

1. Customisable

Windows 8.1 introduces Snap functionality to the Start Screen, which allows you to re-size different applications screens independently of one another, allowing the user to run multiple apps on the same screen. Live tiles can also be re-sized with 3 different sizes, Small, Regular and Large. The desktop background can also be matched to the start screen for a unified look.

In Windows 8, users were restricted to two apps open simultaneously on screen. This has doubled to four and each can be sized independently depending on which app you are working on at the time.

2. Automatic App Updates

All applications installed from the Windows Store will automatically update in the background while you are using your PC rather than ask you to update every app individually. This is a nice time saver and an admin function you never have to worry about.

3. It consumes less disk space

Windows 8.1 has offers some new functionality & features, however Microsoft says that's it uses between 8-15% less space on your hard drive.

4. Smart Search

Search Charm on Windows 8 was pretty good, but the new search facility on Windows 8.1, called Smart Search is in a different league. It's incredibly versatile searching all aspects of the device including apps to produce more comprehensive results. When searching on a topic such as a specific famous person, Windows 8.1 will produce what Microsoft have called a "Search Hero" which displays relevant information, such as Date of Birth, Death, photographs, discography etc.

This new search facility alone is worth updating for.

5. Greater External Display Support

Windows 8.1 Allows greater options, especially when running a tablet on external displays, it also supports DPI scaling, which essential allows you to set different scaling text and icon settings per monitor, especially useful with high resolution displays.

6. Live Lock Screen

Windows 8.1 brings the option to allow calendar appointments, email notifications etc all from the lock screen, before you login. You can also set the lock screen to display a slide show of your own pictures

7. Desktop

Windows 8.1 allows the user to boot straight to the desktop, instead of the Start screen. One of the biggest complaints about Windows 8 was the removal of the Start button. It's a welcome return to a familiar friend, although the start menu in windows 8.1 is not like previous versions, it's a cut down version of the old start menu.

In Windows 8.1 the Start screen gets a major redesign to make it easier to customize, with a wider range of tile sizes to accommodate more items on the Start screen. And of course there's a check box that lets you bypass the Start screen and go straight to the desktop.
In summary there are new features in just about every corner of this platform that are superior to Windows 8. Windows have also added an online tutorial which was sadly missing before and could have prevented some of the frustration. Whilst we wouldn't say Windows 8.1 is now the finished item, it's clearly head and shoulders better than its predecessor.
With any new system, there are invariably downsides which the manufacturer doesn't wish to tell you... 

1. No Option To Un-Install

There is no way to un-install windows 8.1 or revert to a system restore point prior to the update. This means that once you press the button, there is simply no turning back. You have to work with what you've got whether you like it or not. Overall, this shouldn't be an issue for Windows 8 users and is not as relevant if you are considering upgrading from Windows 7 or earlier because if you have Windows 7 you will have recovery partition or media, so will be able to revert back quiet easily.
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 FAQs state:
"After you install Windows 8.1, you won't be able to use the recovery partition on your PC to go back to your previous version of Windows."
2. Software Reinstallation

Very often Windows 8.1 requires users to re-install software that was working fine, before the upgrade. As with any upgrade, it is advisable to ensure you have completed a full system back up and that you ensure you have installation media, user identification, licence keys and passwords for all of your other software.
As a precaution, it is worth checking whether your other software is updated to be compatible with Windows 8.1. Some software may not be compatible and therefore cease to function. It is so important you check this out before running an upgrade of this magnitude.

3.Drivers Issues

Many users have also reported that they need to re-install drivers for many devices, so external devices, peripherals; external monitors etc may stop working completely after this update. For any upgrade, there will always be one or two potential issues with drivers so this isn't something new.

4. Start Menu

Windows 8.1 restores the Start Menu, however this is not the Start menu that users have become accustomed to over the last 13 or so years. The menu has limited functionality, with its primary function being to take the user back to the start screen.

5. Mouse Issue

Some computer mice stop working correctly, or start to act sporadically under windows 8.1, especially for Gamers, although Microsoft are currently working on a fix. Windows 8 or 8.1 is not the best for working with a keyboard and mouse - it is ideally suited to touch screen devices.

6. No Direct Download

Unlike other previous service packs on Windows 7 and XP, you cannot manually download and install the service pack, the installation must be carried out from the Microsoft Apps Store.

Summary

Whenever you are considering updating your system you should ideally talk to your IT support company and allow them to run checks on your systems first and point out the potential issues you may have. Some will be known, but there's always the chance of a ghost in the closet due to the vast range of software that is available and used for business purposes with the age old chestnut of current compatibility.
Additionally, before any update, a full system back-up is advisable to protect you from a potential failure.
Our final words...
  • If you're an existing Windows 8 user, the update is free and largely seamless, and adds some useful new tweaks and features. You should upgrade as soon as possible but follow our advice so that we can do our best to protect you.
  • If you're a Windows 7 user consider keeping with it until it's absolutely necessary to invest in a new PC; those touch-optimized Windows 8 and 8.1 elements won't do much for you anyway, and Windows 7 still works well with most applications.
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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Android recovery format internal sd card

ClockworkMod – also known as Clockwork and CWM – is a custom recovery for Android phones and tablets that allows you to perform several advanced recovery, restoration, installation and maintenance operations on your Android device that aren’t possible with the stock recovery. In what follows, we will cover all that this recovery is capable of doing, and how to do it. We do not discuss Touch recovery (and you shouldn’t use it on the ET4G) or Rogue recovery here. Those are different tuts…

How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery


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All About Android Recovery
All Android devices ship with a recovery console that is basically a partition on the device’s internal memory and can be booted into. The stock recovery of almost all Android devices provides a few basic yet handy options that allow you to factory reset your device and also to recover its operating system using an official ROM in zip format, but that’s all you can do with it. That’s where a custom recovery comes handy.

A custom Android recovery basically replaces the stock recovery with one that lets you do all you can do with the stock recovery, plus a plethora of more options to give you a lot more control on your device. With a custom recovery, you can install official and unofficial ROMs as well as other updates including apps, themes, kernels etc. using zip files, wipe not just user data but pretty much every partition on your device, mount the storage card for USB mass storage access without leaving recovery, partition your SD card, wipe Dalvik cache and battery stats, fix permissions, perform, manage and restore backups and so on.

Introduction to ClockworkMod
ClockworkMod recovery is one of the most widely used custom Android recoveries that is available for most mainstream Android devices. It is the needed recovery for AOKP, AOSP, CM7 and 9. ClockworkMod recovery has been developed by Koushik Dutta (also known as Koush) – the same guy who brought us the Android ROM Manager.
Booting into ClockworkMod
On most Android devices including ones by Samsung, you can enter recovery by powering your device off and then powering it back on while keeping either the ‘Volume Down’ or the ‘Volume-Up’ button pressed, depending on the device (volume up for our phones). This will enter the bootloader from where you can select the ‘RECOVERY’ option by navigating to it with the Volume key and entering it with the ‘Power’ key.
On most Samsung devices specifically Samsung Galaxy S series devices, you must keep both the ‘Volume-Up’ and ‘Home’ keys pressed while powering on the device, to directly enter recovery.

Tour
1. reboot system now
This one is self-explanatory.
2. apply update from sdcard
This can be used for installation of any official or unofficial update, ROM, kernel, theme etc. that is in a zip format installable from recovery, as long as the file is named update.zip and it has been placed on the root of your SD card (i.e. not in any sub-folder). Selecting this option (and most of the options featured below) will bring up a rather annoying confirmation prompt but this has saved us on multiple occasions from a lot of trouble we would have been into due to accidental key presses. This is what we are talking about:
3. wipe data/factory reset
This option wipes all user data on the device as well as cache. Doing this will leave your phone in the state it was in when you bought it or when any custom ROM was first installed. It will also wipe any sd-ext partition that you might have setup (more on this later).
4. wipe cache partition
Wipes the cache partition of the device to clear all the data accumulated there over use. This is often used before installing a new ROM, app, kernel or any similar mod via recovery.
5. install zip from sdcard
This option brings up the following sub-menu:
1. apply /sdcard/update.zip
This one is essentially the same as the ‘apply update from sdcard’ option of the main menu.
2. choose zip from sdcard
Lets you install any zip file (with any name) from any location on your SD card. The file can be for a ROM, a kernel, an application, a theme or any mod as long as it is in recovery-flashable zip format. This is the most widely used option for installing a ROM that you have downloaded and copied to your SD card.
3. toggle signature verification
Turns the signature verification on and off. When signature verification is on, you will not be able to install any custom ROMs that haven’t been signed by the developers (most custom ROMs aren’t signed). Switching it off skips the signature verification check and proceeds with the installation.
4. toggle script asserts
Seldom-used option for a vast majority of users. It simply turns script asserts on or off. If you don’t know about these (we don’t), it’s best not to change this option.
5. +++++Go Back+++++
Takes you back to the main recovery menu, obviously!
6. backup and restore Undoubtedly one of the most important features provided by a custom recovery, the backup and restore feature – also known as Nandroid backup – allows you to take a snapshot of your phone’s entire internal memory including all partitions, and save it on the SD card.
1. Backup
Takes a Nandroid backup, as explained above.
2. Restore
Lets you restore a previously taken backup. Entering this option presents you with a list of existing backups from the SD card that you can choose from for restoration.
3. Advanced Restore
This option is similar to the Restore option but once a backup has been selected to be restored, this option allows you to choose what parts of it to restore. You can choose to restore the boot, system, data, cache and sd-ext partitions.
7. mounts and storage
Allows you to perform maintenance tasks on all the internal and external partitions of your android device
1. mount/unmount /system, /data, /cache, /sdcard or /sd-ext
These options let you toggle between mounting or unmounting these respective partitions. Most users don’t need to change these options.
2. format boot, system, data, cache, sdcard or sd-ext
These let you directly format any of these partitions. Take extreme care with this option as formatting any of these partitions will result in losing all data on them, especially the boot and system partitions. Formatting the system partition will remove your ROM and leave your phone without an operating system while wiping the boot partition may brick your phone unless you restore or flash another one before rebooting your device.
3. mount USB storage
Lets you enable USB mass storage mode for your SD card right from recovery so that you can connect it to your computer via USB and transfer any files to/from it without having to leave recovery.
8. advanced
This section contains a few options most users will not require, though these can come handy quite often, especially wiping Dalvik cache, which is required before most ROM installations.
1. Reboot Recovery
Lets you directly and very conveniently reboot from recovery right back into recovery. This is useful option for certain back-to-back installations that require the device to at least boot once between them.
2. Wipe Dalvik Cache
Allows you to wipe the cache for the Dalvik virtual machine (the custom-built Java virtual machine for Android).This is required before most ROM installations and at other occasions too, for fixing some problems.
3. Wipe Battery Stats
Wipes the saved battery usage statistics and effectively recalibrates the battery. Useful in various scenarios when Android isn’t showing correct battery levels.
4. Report Error
In case of errors, this feature can be used to save a log of recent ClockworkMod recovery operations on the SD card that you can later report from Android using ROM Manager.
5. Key Test
Lets you press any of the hardware keys to see if they are properly functioning, and to see their key codes.
6. Partition SD Card
This option gives you a no-frills way to partition your SD card properly for use with ROMs that support data2ext (a very handy hack for low internal memory devices that enables an /sd-ext partition on the SD card to be used as the internal user data storage i.e. as the /data partition). Once this option is selected, you will be given options to choose the sizes for the /sd-ext partition as well as an optional /swap partition on the SD card, and will then automatically format it for you, leaving the remaining space for normal SD card usage. This option will wipe all data from your SD card so use it with caution!
7. Fix Permissions
Fixes the file permissions for the internal memory partitions back to default. This is very useful as a fix for several errors and Force-Closes that start appearing after you or an application you installed and provided root access end up messing up the permissions of important files.

Using ClockworkMod for ROM, kernel, apps, theme or mod installation
While in the complete feature tour we have already shown you how to install a ROM, kernel, app, theme or any similar mod from a recovery-flashable zip file using the recovery options, those of you who jumped straight to this section expecting to get just this information quickly are at the right place!
This guide is primary focused on a full feature tour of ClockworkMod recovery but in our previously written guide on how to flash a ROM or app from a zip to an Android device file from recovery, we have already covered in detail how to use ClockworkMod for installing any ROM, kernel, app, theme or mod using a recovery-flashable zip file. While that guide is based on an older version of ClockworkMod recovery, everything in it still applies to the latest versions and should work flawlessly.

How To Install A ROM Or App From Zip File To Android Device From Recovery
Please note that the terms ‘installing’ and ‘flashing’ can be used interchangeably here and will mean the same thing.
Disclaimer: Although I have done my best to make the following procedure as safe as possible, you should still follow this guide at your own risk.
Rooting your device renders its warranty void.
ALWAYS take backups before rooting or flashing a custom ROM or app to your phone.
Flashing a defective ROM or app to your phone might brick it so choose the ROMs and software that you flash wisely and never install a ROM or application from an untrusted source.
AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
Official ROM updates from device manufacturers or carriers are released in conveniently packaged installation files that you can run on your computer while your Android device is connected to it, and they automatically take care of updating your phone’s system. Similarly, most applications are available directly in the Android Market for easy installation, or come packaged as convenient ‘.apk’ files that you can just run on your Android phone to install. The case is not the same with most custom ROMs and several custom applications, which come in .zip files rather than PC installers or .apk files.
The idea of installing a customized operating system to their smartphone can be quite intimidating for inexperienced users. Though once they get used to it, some of them end up trying out different ROMs for their devices several times a day. While I don’t exactly recommend that you flash every new ROM that is made available for your Android phone, we are here to help you get over the fear of flashing a ROM that enhances the capabilities of your device so that you can use it to its fullest potential.
Here is a quick look at what we will be covering in this guide. Feel free to skip to the real deal if you already meet the prerequisites.

• Before We Begin: Battery Check
• Before We Begin: Unlocking the Bootloader (Stock Android Devices Only)
• Before We Begin: Rooting
• Before We Proceed: Installing a Custom Recovery
• The Real Deal: Installing a Custom ROM to your Phone
• The Real Deal: Installing an App From a Zip File to your Phone

There are certain steps that you might not require, and we shall be mentioning them in each section.
Before We Begin: Battery Check
Before you proceed with any of the following steps, make sure your phone’s battery level is not too low. It is recommended to have it at 50% or more. Do NOT take this lightly. If your phone’s battery runs out while you are attempting to flash a custom ROM, there is a significant chance of your phone getting bricked and becoming unusable PERMANENTLY.

Before We Begin:Unlocking the Bootloader (Stock Android Devices Only)
Note: This step applies only to Android devices with stock version of Android installed. At the moment, Google Nexus One and Nexus S are the only two such devices available. You may skip this step if you are using any other Android device.
Users of stock Android devices such as the Google Nexus One or Nexus S also need to unlock its bootloader before they can proceed. Once you have done this, you may proceed to the next step.
Before We Begin: Rooting
Note: You may skip this step if your device is already rooted, or if you already know how to root it.
Before you can install a custom ROM to your device, your phone needs to be rooted. Rooting is basically administrator or root level access required to perform administrative tasks on your Android device. Once you are done with the rooting process, you may proceed to the next step.
Before We Proceed: Installing A Custom Recovery
Note: You may skip this step if you already have a custom recovery installed on your device.
Rooting grants you the necessary access level to execute administrative tasks on your Android device but it is the recovery that provides the tools necessary to actually perform those tasks. While every Android device ships with a recovery, the stock recovery is quite limited in what it lets you do, and you need a custom recovery image to perform advanced operations on your device. Once you have a custom recovery installed on your phone, you will be ready to proceed to the next step.
The Real Deal: Installing a Custom ROM to your Phone
Now that you have a custom recovery installed on your phone, you can perform all sorts of wonderful advanced operations on your device and this includes the ability to flash a ROM or application from a zip file. The procedure is pretty standard for most ROMs, though there are certain ROMs which require additional steps for their installation. Since those steps differ from ROM to ROM, pay attention to instructions and this includes only the standard instructions here.
• Manually
1. Download the ROM from the link given in the article featuring that ROM. It should be a zip file.
2. Connect your phone to your computer via USB and mount its storage card.
3. Copy the downloaded ROM to the root of the storage card.
4. Power your phone off and reboot it into recovery. This will involve using a combination of your device’s hardware keys. Once in recovery, you can navigate its menu using the volume up and volume down hardware keys or your phone’s trackball / optical track pad if it comes equipped with one.
5. Use the ‘backup and restore’ feature of recovery to backup your existing ROM installation, software and data. This step is known as performing a nandroid backup. ALWAYS perform a backup before flashing a custom ROM, UNLESS you can afford to lose everything that’s on your phone at the moment.
Note: ALWAYS choose to perform the following steps 6, 7 and 8 UNLESS the ROM you are attempting to flash is an updated version of the same ROM that you are currently using, and is compatible with the current installation’s data. It is usually mentioned with the update whether you can install it over a previous version without wiping its data or not.
6. Get back to the main recovery menu and use the option ‘wipe data/factory reset’. You will be prompted to confirm this action. Select “Yes – Delete all user data”.
7. From the main recovery menu, select ‘wipe cache partition’. You will be prompted to confirm this action. Select ‘Yes – Wipe Cache’.
8. From the main recovery menu, enter the ‘advanced’ menu. From this menu, select ‘Wipe Dalvik Cache’. You will be prompted to confirm this action. Select ‘Yes – Format/System’.
9. From the main recovery menu, enter the ‘Mounts and Storage’ menu. From this menu, select ‘Format/System’. You will be prompted to confirm this action. Select ‘Yes – Wipe Dalvik Cache’.
10. Go back to the main recovery menu by pressing the back button and select the ‘Install zip from SD card’ option.
11. Select ‘choose zip from sdcard’ to get a list of the files and folders on your SD card. Scroll to the ROM’s file that you copied there in step 3, and select it. You will be prompted to confirm this action. Select ‘Yes – Install file_name.zip’ where file_name.zip is the name of the zip file that you are trying to install.
12. Wait patiently while the ROM is flashed to your phone via recovery.
13. Once the installation is complete, head back to the main recovery menu if you aren’t there, and select ‘reboot system now’. Your phone will now boot into the newly installed ROM.

[B][B]The Real Deal: Installing an App From a Zip File to your Phone

While most apps for Android devices are available at the app store for direct download and installation or as .apk files for direct installation, there are certain apps which are only available as zip files installable from recovery. Their installation procedure is the same as installing a custom ROM that we just featured above. However, there are a few minute differences.
• When installing an app from a zip file, you do NOT need to perform the ‘wipe data/factory reset’ or ‘wipe/system’ step so NEVER do that unless you know what you are doing, have a complete backup and want to start using your ROM as a fresh installation with the new app added.
• You might or might not need to wipe the cache and the dalvik cache for installing apps from zip file. This varies from app to app and the developers of such apps as well as many reviewers including us mention when featuring an app whether it requires a cache and dalvik cache wipe or not. However, it never hurts to wipe these caches anyway, and it does not effect the data on your device or its storage card.
There you go, this concludes the guide on how to flash a ROM or app from a zip file to your Android device using a custom recovery. To try out the skills that you just learned, search our site for custom ROMs for your phone and start flashing, always remembering to take backups first!

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Monday, November 18, 2013

How to Install Android on Your PC

It used to be the case that PC users had the choice of installing Windows or, if they were feeling adventurous, a version of Linux. This is still true, but it is now also possible to install OS X without owning a Mac and virtualization means that you can do all of this alongside your main operating system in a virtual computer.
This being Android.AppStorm, you may well wonder what virtualization has to do with your phone or tablet. Well, how would you feel about the chance of installing and running Android on your PC? Using a free copy of VirtualBox and the information in this guide, you can run a fully functioning – and legal – version of Jelly Bean on your computer.


It’s a Simple Process

First, you’ll need to grab yourself a copy of VirtualBox. This powerful virtualization utility can be used to install a second operating system alongside your primary one, and while this usually means running a second copy of Windows or trying out Ubuntu, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able install a mobile operating system as well.
Android may have been designed for your phone and tablet , but that doesn’t mean it needs to stay there.
Android may have been designed for your phone and tablet , but that doesn’t mean it needs to stay there.
Once you have the virtualization software up and running, you’ll need to get hold of a copy of Jelly Bean to install. This does not mean that you need to obtain an illicit copy of the operating system from an untrustworthy website, or rip a copy of your phone’s ROM – it is actually freely available.

Step 1: Grab an Android ROM

There are various versions of Android available for download, but it makes sense to work with the most recent version – Jelly Bean. Head over to the Android-x86 website scroll down to the Android-x86-4.2-devel section and click the View link for the most up to date version (at time of writing this is 4.2 20130228).
How to Install Android on Your PC
There are several Android ROMs available to download including the latest version of Jelly Bean.
Weighing in at just under 200MB, the download will take a moment to transfer. Once you have the ISO file on your hard drive, you’re ready to set about the task of installing it in VirtualBox.

Step 2: Going Virtual

Pay a visit to the VirtualBox download page and click the link to download the software. Here, I’m working with Windows 8, but VirtualBox is compatible with older versions of Microsoft’s operating system, and there are also versions available for OS X and Linux.
VirtualBox How to Install Android on Your PC
VirtualBox can be used to install a second operating system on your computer, including Android.
Once downloaded, run through the installation of the program  – just accept all of the default options. Don’t be concerned when you’re asked to install a new network adaptor as this is part if the usual installation process.
A virtual network adaptor will be installed by VirtualBox to allow virtual machines to get online.
A virtual network adaptor will be installed by VirtualBox to allow virtual machines to get online.
Once installation is complete, launch VirtualBox and you’re ready to move to the next stage.

Step 3: Create a Virtual Machine

You’ll need to start by creating a new virtual machine onto which you will install Android. Click the New button. Name the virtual machine whatever you like, and (as Android is based on Linux) select  Linux from the first drop down menu. From the Version menu select Other Linux and then click Next.
Android is a Linux-based operating system and it needs to be correctly identified in VirtualBox.
Android is a Linux-based operating system and it needs to be correctly identified in VirtualBox.
Move the memory slider to the right so that 512MB or more of RAM is set aside for VirtualBox and click Next. Make sure that the Create a virtual hard drive now option is selected and click Create. Select VDI, click Next and then select the Fixed size option before clicking Next.
You can then use the slider to choose how large a disk should be assigned to the virtual machine, and you can use the folder button to choose where it should be stored. Click Create when you’ve configured your settings — it might take a few minutes for the virtual disk to be created.
Your virtual Android device can be assigned a drive capacity of your choice -- go wild!
Your virtual Android device can be assigned a drive capacity of your choice — go wild!

Step 4: Install Android

Make sure that you have your newly created virtual machine selected and then click the Settings button in the toolbar. Click the Storage link to the left hand side of the dialog and then towards the center click the Empty entry in the Storage Tree section.
To the right of this, click the small disc button and select Choose a virtual CD/DVD disk file from the menu that appears. Navigate to the ISO file you have downloaded, select it and click Open followed by OK.
The ISO files you've downloaded can be used as a virtual CD to install Android.
The ISO files you’ve downloaded can be used as a virtual CD to install Android.
Power up your virtual machine by clicking the Start button in the VirtualBox toolbar.
If this is the first time you’ve used the program you may see a message letting you know about mouse capturing. When you move the mouse cursor inside the virtual machine window you’ll find that you cannot move it back out to control Windows as you normally would – just remember to press the right hand Ctrl key to free up the mouse when you need to.
Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to scroll down to the Installation option and press Enter.
Android can be run without installation, but opting to install provides a better, faster experience.
Android can be run without installation, but opting to install provides a better, faster experience.
Now you will need to configure the virtual hard drive so that there is somewhere to install Android to. Select the Create/Modify Partition option and press Enter.
Select New at the bottom of the screen and press Enter, and then select the Primary option before pressing Enter again. Press Enter to create a partition that occupies your entire virtual drive.
Configuring hard drives for Android may seem complex, but it takes just a few moments.
Configuring hard drives for Android may seem complex, but it takes just a few moments.
Now select the Bootable option and press Enter, select Write and press Enter, and then type the word yes before pressing Enter once again. Select Quit, choose the partition you’ve just created and press Enter.
When prompted, select the option to use the ext3 file system and select Yes to confirm your choice. The GRUB bootloader takes care of launching Android, so select Yes to install it and then select Yes again to make the /system directory writeable.
The correct drive format must be selected for Android to work properly, so take care during configuration.
The correct drive format must be selected for Android to work properly, so take care during configuration.
It won’t be long before Android boots, and at this point you should remove the virtual CD from the drive. Click the Devices menu and select CD/DVD Devices followed by Remove disk from virtual drive.
It's a slightly time-consuming process, but getting Android on your PC is very rewarding.
It’s a slightly time-consuming process, but getting Android on your PC is very rewarding.

Step 5: Almost There!

You might find that Android takes a little while to boot up — at least the first time around — and you’ll then have to run through the initial configuration just like you did the first time you switched on your phone or tablet.
Should you find that your mouse does not work and you are unable to click within Android, click the Machine menu in Virtual Box and then click Disable Mouse Integration. You may also find it useful to click View followed by Switch to Scale Mode if you find the mouse acts erratically — you can switch back to regular mode by pressing the right Ctrl key and C at the same time.
The first time you run Android you'll have to set it up just like you did on your phone or tablet.
The first time you run Android you’ll have to set it up just like you did on your phone or tablet.
You can ignore any steps related to connecting to a wireless network as VirtualBox will just make use of your computer connection without the need for additional configuration.
Running Android within Windows can feel strange to start with, but it's also great fun!
Running Android within Windows can feel strange to start with, but it’s also great fun!
Now it’s time to pay a visit to Google Play and start downloading apps! Let us know how you get on, particularly if you think up any interesting uses for a virtualized copy of Android.

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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Password Recovery Tips for Windows XP Users

Although Windows XP has been released for 10 years, many users out there have no idea about what to do when they forgot Windows XP password. The following is a list of Windows XP password recovery tips presented for those who still stick to the ten-year-old operating system.

Tip 1. Use Built-in administrator account

Premise: the built-in administrator account is not password protected.

1. Press Ctrl + Alt + Del twice on Windows XP logon screen.

2. Type "administrator" in the user name box and then click OK on the coming "Log On to Windows"
window.

3. Click Start, click Run box, and then enter "control userpasswords2", click OK.

4. On the classic user account window, select target user account and click "Reset Password" button.

Tip 2. Use Safe Mode

Premise: you can safe mode as administrator.

1. Turn on computer, press F8 to enter the Advanced Boot Options.

2. Select Safe Mode and then log in as administrator.

3. In Safe Mode, click Start and then select Run box.

4. Type "control userpasswords2", click OK.

5. On the Users interface, pick the user account, and then click Reset Password.

Tip 3. Use Command prompt

Premise: you can safe mode as administrator.

1. Repeatedly tap F8 key as the computer is booting.

2. Select "Safe Mode with Command Prompt" on Windows Advanced Options Menu and press Enter.
3. Enter password for your administrator account to get in safe mode. You'll see Windows command prompt
after entering safe mode.

4. Enter "net user" on the command prompt, and press Enter.

5. Enter "net user Jack 123456" on command prompt and press Enter. "Jack" refers to your target user
account name while "123456" refers to the new password to your target user account.


Tip 4: Use Password Reset Disk

Premise: You've created a password reset disk before your password is forgotten.

1. Insert your password reset disk into the computer.

2. Type a wrong password and press Enter.

3. A hint "use your password reset disk" will appear, click it.

4. Follow the steps in the Password Reset Wizard to reset the password.

Tip 5: Use system recovery options

Premise: A system repair disc or a Windows setup CD is required.

1. Start the computer from the system repair disc.

2. Choose your language settings, and then click Next.

3. Click Next to repair your computer.

4. After computer repair completes, select a recovery option and click Next to reset forgotten Windows password.

Tip 6: Use Rekeysoft Windows Password Recovery

Premise: Whenever you forgot Windows XP password, you can resort it to bypass the lost password.
With Rekeysoft Windows Password Recovery, you can easily crack Windows 7 password by creating a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive in 4 simple steps without data loss.

1. Download and install Rekeysoft Windows Password Recovery.

2. Create a bootable password reset disk with CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

3. Boot the computer from the CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

4. Crack Windows XP password by following the instructions.

If you forgot Windows XP password, you could do Windows XP password recovery with these tips.

Monday, February 25, 2013

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

The Best Linux Server Backup

You should look into Linux Server Backup to protect yourself from unforeseen data loss. Your data is the most important thing that you have in today's competitive world. Losing it would be disastrous for your business, as it would alienate your customers. Although data reliability has gone up in the last few years, natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes can threaten your information at any time during the year.

There are also risk factors which are not physical in nature. Your data can be affected by rogue software such as virus, worms and Trojans. It is also susceptible to hacking and other attempts at data manipulation by hackers. A good firewall definitely helps, but having backup solution will make sure that you have the latest records for security.

Linux offers a number of features that makes it the best solution for Linux server backup. The operating system has been built to be very stable and robust, allowing hosted websites to have very high up times. This flexibility allows advanced features to be available at free of cost. Major operating systems like Ubuntu, Red Hat and CentOS have web-based backup options available that let you carry out remote backups whenever you please.

The best thing about Linux is that it offers network encryption. As a matter of fact, this makes it very hard for hackers to break into your data. Most Linux distributions offer 256-bit network encryption and 256-bit AES storage encryption, along with unique security certificates, making your data secure from interception and attacks. These features also stop your data from leaking, ensuring peace of mind for you and your customers.
Another great thing about this backup solution is that it is highly scalable. It can adapt to any environment - from small-scale data to large-scale environments with petabytes of information. Your Linux server backup will be able to meet anything you can throw at it; it will process all data without a hitch.

These are some of the features that you should really look for in Linux backup solution. The operating system's kernel has been built from the ground up to be highly robust and scalable, handling anything you can give it. It is used actively around the world in a number of small and large-scale environments without any problems. It is also highly secure and will protect your Linux server backup from hackers and remote attacks, among other things.

Discover which Linux Server Backup has the "Must Have" features. Visit http://www.druva.com and find out what features are needed before you purchase any backup program. Try our Windows Server Backup Program "Absolutely Free" for 30 Days.

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What Is The Best FTP Server Software To Use?

If you're looking to find the best FTP server software available today then you're in luck because in this article I am going to disclose the most popular FTP server software for use today as well as some useful information that you need to be aware of when using an FTP server.

First of all why do we need FTP Server Software?

To start off with FTP server software is also referred to as an FTP client. FTP stands for file transfer protocol and is the method in which website owners use to upload, download and edit files on their website.
FTP is not the only way to carry out this task however it is the quickest because it connects your desktop with your website meaning that you don't have to even have a web browser to do the file transfer.
How do you use FTP?

Using FTP is very easy really and once you have the initial settings sorted out it is just a matter of dragging the files you want to upload from your desktop to your website. The hardest part of using FTP is the setup. In order to setup your FTP correctly you'll need to make sure that you have the host name for your website, the FTP username, FTP password and port name. These settings can be easily found in your w
ebsite hosting control panel or the hosting company will be able to easily supply you with the information.

So what is the best FTP software an why?

There are a lot of FTP server software programs online which you can download some are free and some are paid. What is most important for you to understand as you decide which FTP server software to use is that there is no difference in those FTP software's that are paid and those that are free when it comes to uploading content to your website (The function you need in an FTP). What this means is that if you just want to add and edit information on your website then a free FTP solution is all you need and Filezilla will do the job.

This article has been written by full time internet marketer Sam Bakker. To learn more about setting up a successful internet marketing marketing business that lasts you can download Sam's free internet business course at SamBakker.com.

However if you just want some additional information you can read an article by Sam on what the best FTP server software is.

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Friday, February 8, 2013

Anonymous Proxy and Anonymous Web Surfing: How Do These Work?


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Use of an Anonymous Proxy plays a major part in how one can surf the web without fear of compromising privacy and security.. For practical reasons we may not have to worry about how this works. But for the sole reasons that it is actually important for our privacy and security on the internet and that it is actually a simple process, we need to understand it better. Simply put anonymous surfing is accomplished by using anonymous proxy servers. But for the purpose of understanding the value of going anonymous online, let us discuss how surfing the web anonymously works in a little more detail. This might eventually lead new Internet users to appreciate the reason why many internet users go for anonymous surfing and Internet privacy.

Let us start by us having our own IP address. This is our identity on the Internet. This is assigned to us by our Internet service provider (ISP). Your ISP knows your IP and your information. Once you browse online, you will be leaving behind a record with your ISP about which sites you visited, and other data that you acquire as you surf online. As you go through this process day by day, you will have made a log on about your frequently visited sites and your Internet behaviour or pattern. This will then make you a target for advertisements and unwanted traffic, pop-ups and cookies, which is annoying and dangerous.

These aren't the only inconveniences that will annoy you when your IP is out in the open. There are actually much more serious and harmful threats from malicious Internet users or hackers. If this happens, your whole Internet privacy may be violated. The hacker may try to steal or delete your login information(s) and passwords, or use your credit card numbers to take control of your financial transactions online. You may find your computer infected with hundreds of viruses and spyware. And the worst case scenario will be if the hacker decides to use your identity for his own nefarious designs. This is identity theft, and it is one of the most troublesome crimes of our times.

This is where web surfing with the use of proxy servers comes in. In surfing the web discretely, we are able to protect ourselves from the hackers and malicious criminals out to steal and abuse our identity and personal data. We conceal our identity, by frequent changes in our IP addresses, and simply browse through the Web without worrying that our location is transparent to most other Internet users. Not only will we be able to screen out unwanted advertisements and needless traffic, we will be able to avoid becoming victims of identity theft and other cyber crimes.

This is accomplished by using anonymous proxy servers at multiple locations and software that routes your internet connection through many of these serves. Thus hiding your IP and protecting yourself from hackers as well as not leaving a pattern of sites visited.

Other benefits of surfing anonymously aside from internet privacy include reduction of the risk of viruses, spyware, and as simple as it sounds, this is how effective and efficient anonymous web surfing works.
There are many benefits to using a private proxy, we just mentioned a couple in this article. Now that you know you are safer on the internet with surfing discretely with Proxy Servers go to the website http://www.anonymoussurfingsolutions.com and find out how you can browse the internet safely and securely. Check out now for free trial offers.

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