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Secure Your Wi-Fi Network From Hackers With These 10 Steps

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Wi-Fi enables all of your devices to be connected to the internet without any physical connection. However, this convenience also comes with security risks. Unlike the physical cables, Wireless Internet connections are easy to hack. Why Secure your Wi-Fi Network? Well, if someone hacks your Wi-Fi network, they will not …

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How to Access your Computer Files From Anywhere With TeamViewer

File Sharing with teamViewer

Let’s say you’re at work, and suddenly, you realize that you forgot to email those important files from your home computer to your work laptop.  And to make it worse, there is no tech-savvy cousin back there, it’s only your grandma at home. Now, either you’d have to teach them …

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How to use Angry IP Scanner – Beginners Guide

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If you are a network administrator or someone who is learning Ethical Hacking, then you might have found yourself in the situations where you need to scan bunch of IPs (Internet Protocol) addresses and/or ports. And one of the best tools to do this is the Angry IP Scanner. Even …

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Find Out Who’s Connected to Your WiFi Network

Your router’s lights are blinking, but no one is using it. Or you are not getting the internet speed; you paid for. Chances are, your neighbor is using your WiFi without your knowledge. Or let just say, for any other reason you want to see what devices are connected to my network. Also …

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How to Find and Change MAC Address

Change MAC Address

Every device that connects to the Internet; whether it’s a Computer, Smartphone, Chromecast, or even a Smart TV; they all have unique identifier hardwired in their Network card. This unique ID is a 12 digit alphanumeric key called — MAC (Media Access Control) address. A typical MAC address looks something like …

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How to Use External Hard Drive (NTFS/ HFS+) on Android

Use External Hard Drive

Many Android these days comes with a fixed storage i.e. — a 16 or 32 GB variant. But, you can easily expand the memory by using an external storage, like a pen drive or a hard drive. This comes in handy when you are traveling and want to watch your …

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See What’s Taking up Space on Your Hard Drive

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A 32GB iPhone cost $100 more than its 16GB variant, with no difference in specs. Similarly, SSDs are more expensive than HDDs but offer less storage. So, if you are one of those, whose smartphone has a small internal memory or if you are running an SSD on your computer, …

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