possibly leaked twitter passwords 2018

Twitter yesterday announced that they’d discovered and fixed a bug which stored users passwords (in plain text) in an internal log. Here’s an excerpt from the announcement: We mask passwords through a process called hashing using a function known as bcrypt, which replaces the actual password with a random set of numbers and letters that are stored Read more…


How to enable or setup google 2-step verification in Nigeria

A lady recently emailed us about her hijacked Adsense account and I felt sorry for her. It always begins with a suspicious login; if only she’d had Google 2-step verification enabled. For a very long while now, Nigeria has been conspicuously left out of the list of supported countries for Google’s 2-step verification. Really strange isn’t it? Read more…


How to secure my cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is no doubt on the rise judging by the growing interest of investors, ranging from seasoned to rookie. From Bitcoin to Altcoins (like Ethereum), Shitcoins to Scamcoins, investors are hoping to make promising gains that the stock market wouldn’t give in such a short period of time. This has not only made cryptocurrencies easy to buy Read more…


Its very embarrassing for someone to gain access to your account and begin asking your Facebook friends for Airtime (recharge cards); something far beneath you. The rate at which people’s Facebook accounts get hacked / hijacked is on the rise and they are at fault in many cases. I’ve been receiving emails from members asking how to Read more…

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