Darknet | Dark Web | Deep Web | Surface Web -All Parts Of The World Wide Web

Darknet, Dark web, Deep web and Surface web — every tech enthusiasts had come across these terminologies without knowing its actual meaning. Sometimes even the experts get confused with these terms too. We hope this post is going to  clear some air and help you to understand these often confused terms. So what is the difference between Darknet, Dark Web, Deep web and Surface Web ? In short we can say

Update Your iOS Now; New Security Patches Released- Apple Inc.

Welcome to the post-WannaCryptor world, where every computer user understands the importance of creating secure backups and applying security patches in a timely fashion. What’s that? You’re not so sure that folks have learnt the lesson, despite the round-the-clock coverage in the mainstream media on what must have been one of the highest profile malware attacks in years? Perhaps you’re right. It would be great to think that computer users

Cybercriminals Hacked New "Pirates of the Caribbean" Demanding for Bitcoin

Cybercriminals have reportedly stolen Walt Disney’s upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean film, and are threatening to release it online if their ransom demands are not met. CEO Bob Iger reportedly broke the news to ABC employees, adding that chunks of the new film, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, will be put into the public domain unless the cybercriminals are paid using the digital currency bitcoin. According

How To Erase Your Entire Existence Off The Internet With Few Clicks

Would you like to  wipe your entire existence off the internet in a few clicks ? Now there is a tool to do that task. There are millions of websites in internet which requires an account to access contents in them. Like we have to create an account in Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and so on to get full access to their services. And during registration process most of us use

TELECOMS CONTRIBUTED 9.1% GDP IN Q4 2016: NIGERIA

  The Nigerian telecommunications sector has contributed 9.1% to the country’s GDP in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to a recent report by the National Bureau of Statistics. The report shows that the telecom sector contributed N1,663 billion to the country’s economy, which represents an increase of 1.1% points relative to the previous quarter. While stating that the share of telecoms in total real GDP had declined throughout 2010