Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Written by: Dan C, on 2015-11-10

Last month, a Bug bounty challenge was announced by Zerodium for finding a hack that must allow an attacker to remotely compromise a non-jailbroken Apple device through: A web page on Safari or Chrome browser, In-app browsing action Text message or MMS. An unknown group of hackers has just sold a zero-day vulnerability to Zerodium, a […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2015-07-09

Smartphones have only been around for about ten years, but myths have still built up over time. Some of these myths just won’t go away, exactly like PC myths don’t go away. Here it is: More megapixels mean a better camera Megapixels are not a myth for smartphone cameras — they are a myth for […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2015-07-02

Myths and urban legends regarding PCs built up over time, passed from person to person. Some have a grain of truth, but are no longer true due to technological progress. Hackers Are Trying to Hack Your PC The Internet is full of malware and social engineering schemes but a hacker actively trying to hack into your PC […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2015-04-17

Every website, smartphone app, computer game or even microwave oven relies on code in order to operate. So how does coding work, really? The short answer is that writing code tells the computer what to do. A computer can only understand two distinct types of data: on and off. Binary code is the representation of […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-10-31

According to Sucury, if your website is using the WP eCommerce WordPress plugin, a very popular plugin judging by the 2.900.000 downloads, you should update it right away because it holds a dangerous vulnerability that could be used to easily get access and modify private information in the website. The vulnerability allows an attacker to […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-10-28

If you only know one language, you will never be a great programmer. Once you’re very good at C# or Java or other language you started with, then that’s all you’ll ever need. Every language you learn teaches something new about programming and anyone who restrict himself to one language will never be as good […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-27

The Server is responsible for serving pages. The Client requests pages from the Server, and displays them to the user. Usually, the client is a web browser. The User uses the Client in order to surf the web, watch movies online, fill in forms, listen to music online, etc. – Server-side programming is the general name for programs which run on a Server. Server side programming is all about generating dynamic content. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-26

According to Pierre Far, Google has launched it’s latest Panda Update, version 4.1, earlier this week. Google Panda is an algorithm intended to lower the rank of low quality websites on Google search results (SERP). The latest update was based on user and webmaster feedback, helping Google discover a few more signals to help Panda […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-17

Picking the a reliable service provider Avoid Free Offers and very cheap ones Choosing too cheap will cost you more on the long term than buying expensive options will. Or, in terms of hosting, your app could land on an overpopulated server with too much traffic on it. If it’s VPS, the situation is similar […]

Written by: admin, on 2014-03-20

Whether you plan to build an ecommerce website or a presentation website, using professional photography is a must. Here are a few reasons to clarify this statement: When a customer is interested in your product, he desires a quality item that’s worth the money. In an online store he won’t be able to pick an […]