You might have heard about AWS some time. In this post, we’re just cover what AWS is and some of the impressive features that it provides and why you should learn it now! What is AWS? AWS or Amazon Web Services is a cloud computing platform provided by Amazon. If […]

What is AWS?

We all love Google. You have solved your problems, homework, wrote reports, created presentations etc using Google. Here’s a cheat sheet of few of Google Search tricks that will astonish you and help you use Google even more effectively a Replace your keyword inside quotes. Get ready-made ppts/docs for your […]

Google Search Tricks and Tips

If you are interested in Web Development and want to pursue your career in it, Node.js is the technology you should know about. In the last couple of years, Node.js has exploded due to its impeccable capabilities to solve all your server-side problems swiftly and smoothly. Companies like Walmart, Microsoft, […]

What is Node.js?

check new swap partition
We know what is Swap memory in Linux and why it is so important to have one. Swap is your RAM’s best buddy and helps him run the OS smoothly. If you’re a newbie and just went created the ‘/’ or forgot to create a swap partition, don’t worry, in […]

How to create a Swap Partition in Linux

How linux boott process works
If you’re a Linux newbie, the Linux Boot Process is one of the most crucial, important and fundamental thing you should know. It gives a detailed idea about how the system works, how it starts and in which order all the processes are executed. It will also help you troubleshoot […]

Linux Boot Process

Format the new partition
We have often come across the word MBR or GPT.  If you’re installing Windows 8 / Windows 8, you’ll get an option asking you if you want the new partition as GPT or as MBR? What is GPT partition or MBR partition and how will it affect my hard disks? […]

Difference between MBR and GPT!

How Swap memory and RAM work
If you’re a Linux newbie and you want to install any Linux OS like Ubuntu Desktop or Ubuntu Server, RedHat Server  or even CentOS or Fedora or Mint, you always allocate some space for ‘/’ and ‘swap’ before installing. We all know why we need ‘/’. But why do we […]

What is Swap space in Linux?

Example of softlink file
Before diving into Hard Links and Soft Links, we first need to understand what is a Link? In Linux, a file has two parts: Data part. Filename part. Data part of the file is directly linked to the inode. What is inode? Well it is something that stores all the […]

What is Hardlink and Softlink

Do not track in chrome
We all know How websites track you and study your browsing activities on the internet. Your web browser plays an important role in this. Hence, Chrome and Mozilla have an in-built feature called ‘Do no track me’.  What this feature does? It automatically adds a ‘Do not track me’ in […]

Enable Do Not Track Me feature

With the boost of the internet, many computer scientists have found various ways to make the user’s life easier. Ways to cut the load on the server and traffic on the network. These tools are today being used to track the users’ activities and behavior to monitor them and make […]

How do websites track you?

Google privacy extension settings
We have already seen 5 must have Chrome extensions for privacy. Sadly, some developers only create extensions for one browser. So chances are some of the extensions you have in chrome won’t be available for Firefox. Hence, we have made a list of 5 must have Firefox addons for privacy. […]

Firefox addons for privacy

AVG Do not track extension shows you tracker on any website
In today’s world, privacy is more important than ever. With millions of websites on the internet, each having trackers to analyze your activities and habits and serve targeted ads to earn more money, privacy has become a major concern for every internet user. Nobody likes someone snooping and studying their […]

Chrome Extensions for privacy!

Suppose you’re in your room, surfing the net in USA and you visit an Indian website. The server in India is in different time zone. It’s 22nd March 2015 in USA and 23rd March 2015 in India and the server’s digital certificate is only valid from 23rd March 2015 to […]

What is NTP Server?

If you’re a fresher or developer in Computers or IT field, chances are you must have come across this word more than once. Geeks can’t stop raving about it, developers can’t stop using it, some companies even list Github as a requirement in their ads. So what is this GitHub […]

What is GitHub?

Have you ever accidentally closed a YouTube video and noticed when you try to play it again, it directly starts playing without any buffering. Or closed a website and re-opened to see the website already loaded and ready instantly. Many times websites like Google, Yahoo load in milliseconds. All of this is possible […]

What is browser cache?

If you surf the Internet (not only Facebook and Gmail but other websites too) you would’ve come across the word Cookies. So what are these cookies and why does a website asks me to enable cookies or show a message at the bottom telling me they need to store cookies? […]

What are Cookies?

Http or HyperText Transfer Protocol is one of the most common protocols in use today. Almost all the websites you visit use HTTP protocol. You can find which protocol is in use in the URL. Some websites show the HTTP protocol in their website’s address like while some don’t because http […]

What is difference between HTTP and HTTPS?

We already know what is DOS attack and how it can break up any network causing Denial of Service. If you don’t know about DOS, please read this post before proceeding. We only saw which were the ways in which an attacker can do DOS attacks. In this post, we will […]

What is DDOS attack?

Denial of Service (DOS) is one of the most common and easiest way of cyber-attack present today. You can use an IP anonymity/hiding along with a software and boom, you can do a denial of service. The simplicity of this attack is what makes it more dangerous. Anyone from anywhere can […]

What is DOS attack?

We have often heard things that files deleted from ‘Recycle bin’ or ‘Shift-deleted‘ are permanently deleted and are gone forever. However this is MYTH. Deleted files can be recovered just as they were, if you take the necessary actions immediately. Files deleted from ‘Recycle bin’ or ‘Shift-deleted’ still live in your machine […]

What happens when you delete a file?