Month: July 2015

10 Open Source CMS for Building e-Commerce Sites

There are a few solutions in building an e-Commerce website that contain all the utilities and features for convenient online shopping such as product catalog, stock control, shopping cart, as well as payment gateways. You can go with the hosted e-Commerce route, banking on Shopify or …

How to Track Lost Device with Android Device Manager

The best thing about owning a mobile device is the mobility it provides; the worst thing is that being mobile raises the chances of you losing your devices in unimaginable ways. In circumstances where you actually lose a device, there are many third-party apps that can …

How to run DOS applications in Linux

Chances are that most of you reading along those lines have started your “adventure” in computers through DOS. Although this long deprecated operating system is only running in our memories anymore, it will always hold a special place in our hearts. That said, some of you …

How To Unlock A BitLocker Encrypted Flash Drive

Protecting the data on your flash drive using BitLocker drive encryption is a smart move to ensure that your personal information is not available to anyone who gets their hands on your drive. While it does take a while to encrypt the data, after the initial …

Installing Squid on Ubuntu 14.04 as Caching Proxy Server

Squid is a popular caching proxy for web servers that can reduce network bandwidth and improve application response times. Squid optimizes web traffic by caching frequently requests content to memory, freeing your web servers from having to reprocess requests. Since the request is served from Squid’s …

Twitter just released a native Windows 10 app

We’re not even done with launch day, and it already looks like Windows 10 is getting the ball rolling with third-party software: Twitter just launched a native app for the operating system. Without requiring you to log in, the app showcases top trending tweets, photos and …

How 95% of Android Phones Can Be Hacked with a Single Text

A new Android vulnerability has the security world worried – and it leaves your Android phone extremely vulnerable. The issue comes in the form of six bugs in an innocuous Android module called StageFright, which is used for media playback. The StageFright bugs allow a malicious MMS, …