Hey guys, how are y'all doing? Another massive data dump has just occurred. And as the title says it's big and serious. I'll post links to help you check out if your passwords or emails are part of the dump. My advice, whether or not you find your data, go change your password to a … Continue reading Massive ‘Collection #1’ Breach Exposes 777 Million Emails, 22 Million Passwords
Hey guys, back again, this time with a borrowed post from Techweez. Privacy apps will become essential to you as 2019 approaches especially since multiple data privacy scandals rocked 2018. This year has experienced high profile security breaches and hacks making privacy a security concern for both Android and iOS users. It’s not just about … Continue reading Privacy Android Apps You Should Install Right Now!
Withdrawals and Deposits from PayPal to M-Pesa and Vice-versa are now officially possible through a partnership between PayPal and Safaricom. The new service is operated by TransferTo, a B2B mobile payment company. To withdraw the funds, you need to do the following 1. Have a PayPal account. 2. Go to paypal-mobilemoney.com/m-pesa and click on log … Continue reading How to Withdraw Money from PayPal to M-Pesa in Kenya: Safaricom and PayPal Partnership
Hey guys, how are you doing? It's Ajulu's Thoughts back again with another post: The Apps Ajulu Uses On His Android Phone(Nokia 6 2017)Now a brief intro to who Ajulu is and his device specs. Ajulu is the founder, author and editor in chief of Ajulu's Thoughts. A tech blog that has been steadily growing. … Continue reading The Apps Ajulu Uses On His Android Phone: Nokia 6 2017
Hey guys, we are back again with another informative post. Which hat do you think fits you or that friend you know knows hacking? To start is to define a hacker: A hacker is a person with specific skill sets, they use to access computers/laptops/servers/data/information without anyone knowing or gaining authorization/a password. Now there are … Continue reading Types of Hackers: Which Hat Fits You?
Hi guys, how are y'all doing? Today we will talk about privacy, anonymity and security. As i mentioned in the previous post The Password Guide. Edward Snowden the guy who aired out the dirty laundry of several large corporations, who are reading, seeing and hearing every piece of data in the world. And i know … Continue reading Privacy, Anonymity and Security: The Wonderful Threes Part 1
Privacy International has been investigating the proliferation of data tracking, brokerage and exchange between many tech companies, both as their primary business as well as value added services. Facebook routinely tracks users, non-users and logged-out users outside its platform through Facebook Business Tools. App developers share data with Facebook through the Facebook Software Development Kit … Continue reading Investigating App interactions with Facebook on Android
Hey guys, How are you doing? Today i would like to touch on a topic for white hats, green hats and penetration testing/ethical hacking enthusiasts out there. Hacking and Pentesting using your smartphone. Now before we start I'd like to point out a few things:- First many fail to see the potential of their smartphones, … Continue reading Using Android as a hacking platform: no root
>> Mr. Stephen Ajulu << root@57y:~# whoami 57y\4jul Hi, I'm Mr. Stephen Ajulu...... > A Tech Consultant, Cybersecurity Enthusiast & Researcher. > I am also a tech geek, and slightly introverted. (I'm your tech go 2 guy) > Talk geeky to me. > C.E.O & Founder of Ajulu Technologies & Ajulu's Thoughts. >>> Contacts:- > … Continue reading About Author
NB: What is Infrared: Infrared radiation (IR) is electromagnetic radiation (EMR) with longer wavelengths than those of visible light, and is therefore generally invisible to the human eye (although IR at wavelengths up to 1050 nm from specially pulsed lasers can be seen by humans under certain conditions ). It is sometimes called infrared light. IR … Continue reading Check Your IR Remote Power