Wi-Fi ‘virus’ could be used to attack wireless access points

Dense concentrations of Wi-Fi access points and routers in large cities could be attacked by malware able to spread silently from node to node, researchers at the University of Liverpool have shown for the first time. In the experiment conducted by Jonny Milliken, Valerio Selis and Professor Alan Marshall, a specially-crafted virus called ‘Chameleon’ was … Continue reading Wi-Fi ‘virus’ could be used to attack wireless access points

How to Create and Manage Multiple User Accounts in Google Chrome

The recent versions of Google Chrome will let you synchronize your Google account with Chrome so that you don’t have to login again to each Google products (e.g. Google Drive, Gmail, Blogger, Google Play, etc) website you visit. This will also mean that anybody who has access to your Google Chrome browser can easily explore … Continue reading How to Create and Manage Multiple User Accounts in Google Chrome

Which Programming Language will you Learn First?

Last month the US president; President Obama stressed that coding is important for the future of America. Hence this question: “If you are to master programming, what programming language will you learn first?”. This wrangle has been a real bone of contention in the past few years and will continue to rage inasmuch as newer generations are born and … Continue reading Which Programming Language will you Learn First?

Kingo Root: Discover 3 Steps to Root any Android Phone with 1 Click

Android OS is gradually taking it’s place as the mobile king: every tom, dick and harry now own one. This insane increase in consumers has lead to the development of many third-party ‘useful’ Android application. As a measure intended to shield your Android device from malwares synonymous with most third-party applications, the OS does not … Continue reading Kingo Root: Discover 3 Steps to Root any Android Phone with 1 Click