8 Codes help in the search on Google for the best results

Often when we search for something on Google, we find a lot of results that are far from what we’re looking for, especially if what we’re looking for something obscure (not famous) and we are forced to be re-search more than once until we find what we want and this waste time for this no special engine Google search to help you get closer the results of what you want in the fastest time and the exclusion of results that carry the prospects are weak in achieving what you’re looking for codes, these codes may be helpful in the search for a certain article or a picture or a book or news etc ….

8 BB help in the search on Google for the best results

Now we will learn this codes will probably find it difficult to recall these tags but with use more than once’ll get used to them. Continue reading

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Locky: the encryptor taking the world by storm

In February 2016, the Internet was shaken by an epidemic caused by the new ransomware Trojan Locky (detected by Kaspersky Lab products as Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Locky). The Trojan has been actively propagating up to the present day. Kaspersky Lab products have reported attempts to infect users with the Trojan in 114 countries around the world.

Analysis of the samples has shown that this Trojan is a brand new ransomware threat, written from scratch. So, what is Locky, and how can we protect against it?

Propagation

In order to spread the Trojan, cybercriminals sent out mass mailings with malicious loaders attached to spam messages.

Initially, the malicious spam messages contained an attached DOC file with a macro that downloaded the Locky Trojan from a remote server and executed it. Continue reading

How to check the activation type and status of Office 2010 installations

Use the following steps to see detailed information about what type of activation your Office 2010 installation us using and what the status of your activation is.

  1. Open an administrative level command prompt.
  2. Navigate to the Office14 folder:
    • 32bit Office on 64bit OS – “cd \Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14”
    • 32bit Office on 32bit OS and 64bit Office on 64bit OS – “cd \Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14”
  3. Execute “cscript ospp.vbs /dstatus”
  4. Look at “LICENSE NAME” for license type and “LICENSE STATUS” for activation status

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Send better email: Configure SPF and DKIM for Google Apps

Google, like most major email providers, actively works to combat forged email, spam, and scam email. For the most part, their defenses work. Open your Gmail spam folder to see the Google spam fighting team’s work. The vast majority of email there will be spam.

If a legitimate email somehow ends up in spam, select the email, then mark it as “Not Spam”. (This is what’s known as a false positive.) Conversely, if a spam email somehow ends up in your Inbox, select the email, and then mark it as “Spam”. Your changes help improve Gmail’s spam filters. Continue reading

How Can I Transfer My Domain from one registrar to another?

This article is a complete guide on how to transfer a domain from one registrar to another and will cover the following information:

  1. What to Do Before Transferring Your Domain
  2. How to Begin Your Domain Transfer
  3. How to Ensure Your Transfer is Uninterrupted
  4. Check Your Transfer Status
  5. Troubleshooting a Failed Transfer

What to Do Before Transferring Your Domain

There are several blocks in place to protect your domain name ownership that can cause difficulty in transferring your domain to a new registrar. Before you transfer your domain, it is essential that you ensure that the domain is ready to be transferred. Please go through below pre transfer checklist for preparing a domain for transfer: Continue reading

Step by Step to Change website hosting without downtime

Switching to a new host can be a complicated process. Follow our steps to ensure that your move is smooth and painless

  1. The first step is to join your new host. Make sure to NOT cancel with your old hosting provider, and do not tell them you will be canceling. Keep this a secret from your old host, or they could prematurely terminate your site and cause downtime.
  2. At this point, you should have hosting accounts with two hosting providers (the old and the new one). You will now migrate your entire site from the old host to the new one. This can be done by connecting to the old host’s FTP and downloading all your files, and then by connecting to the new host’s FTP and uploading all your files (maintain the same file and folder structure).
  3. You must also backup any databases on the old host (contact the old host for instructions) and upload the backup files to the new host via FTP. You must then restore your databases from those backup files; this can be done via SSH or cPanel’s phpMyAdmin. Emails do not normally transfer, but you can archive your emails from the old host. You can accomplish this by making a POP3 connection to each email address; this way all the old emails are downloaded to your local computer. The new host will not have those old emails, but the new host will be able to get new emails.
  4. After you have all your files on both hosting accounts, it is time to change your domain name’s DNS. Your new host will provide you with the correct name servers (DNS). You may need to contact the new host to find out what DNS settings you will use for your domain name.DNS name servers usually looks like this (replace “yourhostname.com” with your host’s actual domain name):
    yourhostname.com
    ns2.yourhostname.com

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