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  • Team Leader Asked on June 19, 2019 in TECHNOLOGY.

    You can find your IMEI by entering *#06# on your phone’s call screen.

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in TECHNOLOGY.

    A password cracker is an application program that is used to identify an unknown / forgotten password to a computer or network resources. It can also be used to help a human cracker obtain unauthorized access to resources.

    Password crackers use two primary methods to identify correct passwords: brute-force and dictionary searches.

    When a password cracker uses brute-force, it runs through combinations of characters within a predetermined length until it finds the combination accepted by the computer system.

    When conducting a dictionary search, a password cracker searches each word in the dictionary for the correct password. Password dictionaries exist for a variety of topics and combinations of topics, including politics, movies, and music groups.

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in TECHNOLOGY.

    Both Laravel and CodeIgniter are open source PHP framework. Each framework is also supported by a large community. But many web developers have stated that members of the Laravel community are more active than members of CodeIgniter community.

    Why use Laravel?

    • Laravel offers version control system that helps with simplified management of migrations
    • Modular packaging with composer based dependency manager
    • Support for Eloquent ORM, the advanced ActiveRecord implementation for working on DB
    • Support DBMS platforms like MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLServer
    • Offers features like blade templating engine
    • Support for artisan command along with sample codes line interface
    • Has great documentation
    • Laravel allows you to enforce constraints between multiple DBM objects by using an advanced query builder mechanism
    • The framework has an auto-loading feature, so you don’t do manual maintenance and inclusion paths
    • The framework helps you to generate new tools with the help of a LOC container

    Why use CodeIgniter?

    • Great support and immediate answers provided by a very active CodeIgniter community support
    • Clear and structured documentation
    • Offers enhanced stability & supports
    • It offers a simple routing method
    • It allows you to cached website for improved performance and loading times
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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in TECHNOLOGY.

    Most websites are hosted on public servers which are accessible via the Internet. This makes the websites vulnerable to attacks due to easy accessibility. The following are most common websites threats.

    1. SQL Injection – the goal of this threat could be to bypass login algorithms, sabotage the data, etc.
    2. Denial of Service Attacks– the goal of this threat could be to deny legitimate users access to the resource
    3. Cross Site Scripting XSS– the goal of this threat could be to inject code that can be executed on the client side browser.
    4. Cookie/Session Poisoning– the goal of this threat is to modify cookies/session data by an attacker to gain unauthorized access.
    5. Form Tampering – the goal of this threat is to modify form data such as prices in e-commerce applications so that the attacker can get items at reduced prices.
    6. Code Injection – the goal of this threat is to inject code such as PHP, Python, etc. that can be executed on the server. The code can install backdoors, reveal sensitive information, etc.
    7. Defacement– the goal of this threat is to modify the page been displayed on a website and redirecting all page requests to a single page that contains the attacker’s message.

    The attacker has access to the website and he would like to hijack the sessions of other users that use the same website.

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in ANDROID.

    Android is a mobile operating system developed by Google. It is based on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open source software, and is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Wikipedia

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in ANDROID.

    Android application package (APK) is the package file format used to distribute and install application software and middleware onto Google’s Android operating system. It is compressed AndroidManifest.xml file with extension .apk

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in ANDROID.

    ADT stands for Android Development Tools

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in ANDROID.

    Large parts of Android are written in Java and its APIs are designed to be called primarily from Java. It is possible to develop C and C++ app using the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), however it isn’t something that Google promotes. According to Google, “the NDK will not benefit most apps

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  • Team Leader Asked on May 27, 2019 in ANDROID.

    A ViewGroup is a special view that can contain other views (called children.) The view group is the base class for layouts and views containers. This class also defines the ViewGroup.LayoutParams class which serves as the base class for layouts parameters.

    Android contains the following commonly used ViewGroup subclasses:

    LinearLayout
    RelativeLayout
    ListView
    GridView

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  • Team Leader Asked on March 27, 2019 in SEO.

    There are many so many reasons where the search engines won’t display your website title. Here are few of them:

    1. The title you specified isn’t relevant to the search query.
    2. The title specified is too short or too long.
    3. The title you specified is not an accurate reflection of what your page is really about.
    4. The search engine is ignoring your title and pulling information from elsewhere, such as Open Directory Project.
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