Category Archives: Security Tech

Hack Ncell 3g internet to use for free, free internet ncell, free internet ntc, nepal [How it worked in past]


[ Past 2010, 2011 version]

Learn Hacking in NEPALI LANGUAGE VIDEO TUTORIALS, click HERE >

[In Nepali, Learn Hacking Videos – Youtube] 

 

  • First of all you should have a 3g phone with multi application running function
  • Now go to internet settings of your phone.
  • Create Three internet profiles One by One as follows
  1. First with apn WEB
  2. Second with apn MERO
  3. Third with apn MMS
  • Now get three internet consuming softwares (Recommended Opera, Ebuddy and Bolt) (Mig doesnot work here because it disconnects itself time to time)
  • Divide each apn for each softwares i.e. web for Opera, mero for Bolt and mms for ebuddy
  • Then open opera and when “CONNECT USING” option arrives select web,  select mero and mms for bolt and ebuddy respectively.
  • Now you can see multi bridge connectivity on the net connected signal(only in nokia)
  • Use as much as you like and disconnect.
  • Thats it, as easy as blinking your eye.

BEWARE

  1. You will be charged for the apn “web” so just open single page from web and leave it on standby.
  2. MMS apn fails to open page but beware if you dont use mms apn you will be charged for all the data.

Hackers can track your keystrokes through your Wi-Fi signal – HC Nepal


Ethical Hacking Tutorials in NEPALI LANGUAGE here > > www.youtube.com/studentvideotutorial. 

T​here’s almost nothing more private on your computer than the keystrokes you type in.

Think of typing your passwords, all your emails and instant messages, your Social Security number and credit card numbers, and even more private information meant only for the eyes of a select few. Now imagine all of those sensitive details landing in hands of strangers.

American and Chinese academics built a keystroke recognition system called WiKey consisting, at its simplest, of a standard router (sender) and laptop (receiver). WiKey can recognize typed keys in the middle of the system based on how the Wi-Fi signal lands on the receiver. 

More on : http://news.hcnepal.com/2016/09/02/hackers-can-track-your-keystrokes-through-your-wi-fi-signal-hc-nepal/

Common passwords banned : Microsoft


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Register For NEPALESE HACKERS COMMUNITY (NHC)


Register For NEPALESE HACKERS COMMUNITY (NHC)

http://nhc.bijayacharya.com/

 “Hacker”? ….How will you define the term ? ….Bad Guy ?…..Or Good Guy ?.…Well, ‘Hacker’ a single term do not give full details. …. It depends on ‘legal’ & ‘illegal’ actions…..If hacker performs ‘illegal’ actions against account or sites or system then s/he is BAD A**hole. . . . And if hacker finds a bug in system and reports to concerned sector, then hacker is damn coolest guy. . . . I’m not going to write a long dirty & lengthy words describing hackers. Hackers are categorized into BLACK, GREY, & WHITE HAT. –BIJAY ACHARYA

DuckDuckGo


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Time to breakUP with google ?

Invented : Untraceable SMS System > > MIT


Invented : Untraceable SMS System > > MIT > > Computer Addicted

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Src : Foss Byte

“Hack The Pentagon” & earn some cash.


A pilot program aims to help the US Defense Department beef up its networks by finding any vulnerabilities that could be exploited.

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For full news : CNET.com

Awesome !!! Apple vs FBI (Apple Won) – 2016


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Anonymity, Darknets and Staying Out of Federal Custody, Part One: Deep Web


You’ve probably seen those deep-web images floating around on the Internet. Usually, it goes something like this: There is a towering iceberg and the deeper the underwater portion extends, the more “hidden” and “exotic” the content is described to be. Sometimes these images are accurate to a point, but most are just making things up.
Anonymity, Darknets and Staying Out of Federal Custody, Part One: Deep Web
So what exactly is ‘deep web’ then? Are there really hidden secrets and treasure buried under some cloak and dagger type conspiracy? Well, in short, the answer depends on your idea of treasure and conspiracy.

Encryption Is Not Enough !, Research & Conclusion (Part 1)


By : BIJAY ACHARYA
Hello World ! Well, welcome in my post. This will be in series, and this is first part. Throughout the series, I will share my research and findings with you. And that will be on topic, Encryption Is Not Enough. We will see, how Encryption is broken & what countermeasures should be implemented to secure it.

 

Image via traxarmstrong.com

Let’s begin, Why do we encrypt ?
-We encrypt, simply for privacy & secrecy
-We encrypt, in pro term : for Confidentiality & Integrity. Well, these are basics for encryption.