Internet Features

How To: Use MegaUpload links

In this tutorial the author shows how to use the MegaUpload links and download things from the website. If you want to download any MegaUpload links you have to go to the website and paste the links in the box which is shown in the tutorial. Now you will have to do a CAPTCHA verification to confirm that you are not a bot and then you will have to wait for some time like one minute, after which your download starts automatically. So if you are looking to download from MegaUpload follow this ea...

How To: Track a Stolen Camera Online

Ever had your car broken into? Or worse, your apartment? Ever been pickpocketed? Handheld electronics—iPods, iPhones, iPads, GPS devices, digital cameras—are easy to snatch, light to carry, and useful to most. And when they're gone, they're gone.

How To: Make and manage a YouTube group

You can make and manage a YouTube group. So first thing you need to do that is to open up your web browser and go to YouTube. Now sign in and go to your account, choose groups in more section. Now to make a group you have to click on create a group. Now fill up the fields like group name, tags etc. and click on create group. Now click on groups under your modules tab and click save changes. Now you need to click on group in your channel to manage it. Now there you can manage your group like a...

How To: Speed up Firefox downloads

Are you happy with using Firefox as your Internet Browser but unhappy with its download speed? There's a way to speed up that download time, and the answer is in this video! In this video, learn how to dramatically speed up your download time when using Firefox's Internet browser.

How To: Encrypt Gmail messages with GPG and FireGPG

This tutorial will show how to use GPG and the FireGPG plug-in to encrypt and decrypt messages in Gmail. GPG is an open source implementation of OpenPGP (Pretty Good Privacy) , a public-key-encryption system. With public key encryption you don?t have to give away the secret key that decrypts data for people to be able to send you messages. All senders need is the public key which can only be used to encrypt, this way the secret key never has to be sent across unsecured channels. Encrypt Gmail...

How To: Set Google Online Timer

This video will describe you how to set Google online timer. Now you don't have to bother about the timer or stopwatch. You can bring a timer in your Google.com home page. You have to type a command "Google timer 50 seconds" and a timer will start automatically. You can stop and reset the timer whenever you want. Watch the video and employ it yourself.

How To: Facebook Freezer with crack!!

"Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, to share links, to share photos and videos of themselves and their friends, and to learn more about the people they meet." -- Facebook

How To: Change your Facebook network

Magicinwords teaches viewers how to change their facebook network! First, you will want to log onto Facebook.com. When signed in, go to the settings tab on the right of the screen. Under this, click on 'account settings'. Under account settings choose the tab that reads 'networks'. Here, you can click 'change your region' and then you can update it. Be sure this is right though, you can only change your regional network twice every 60 days. Under this same tab, you can also join any other net...

How To: Change the Number of Search Results Displayed Per Page in Google, Bing, and Yahoo!

People use search engines for a wide variety of subjects (just look at some of the results that pop up in autofill). The results you get with each different search engine are usually different, but almost all of them display the same number of results per page by default—ten. If you find what you're looking for at the top of the first page, great. But if you have to do a lot of digging, it can be a pain to load so many different pages to find it, especially if your connection is slow.

How To: Hack security cameras using Google Search

There's nothing more tedious, yet exciting, than watching surveillance cameras at work. They prey on the innocent and the unknowing. They protect businesses, workplaces, and homes. They catch criminals in the act, find hilarious anomalies, and are just darn cool when you're not the one that's supposed to be eavesdropping with them.

News: Keysmash Your Way to Convincing Hacker Code, Just Like in the Movies

Hacking can't be that hard, can it? At least, that's what it seems like thanks to movies like Hackers, The Net and that last Die Hard flick. Even the Jurassic Park girl's got some game. They all look like they're typing 20wpm, yet can generate a screen full of code in the blink of an eye. Amazing. As long as they're some isolated computer nerd who's glued to their PC all day long (which is pretty much all of us these days, thanks Internet), they're a bona fide hacker.

How To: Import Excel to a MySQL database with cPanel

This data management tutorial shows you how to take a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet and import it into a MySQL Database using CSV files and PHPMyAdmin in cPanel. Being able to move data from Excel to MySQL is an important part of database content management, so if you use cPanel to manage your databases, you'll want to watch and learn how to import Excel spreadsheets into your MysQL databases.

How To: Download and install the Firesheep Mozilla Firefox browser add-on

Eager to try the Firesheep Firefox extension yourself? It stands to reason that you'll need to download and install it from its official GitHub page first. You'll find all the details, including easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions on how to find and run the Firesheep XPI installer, in the clip. Get started capturing your friends' Facebook passwords with this video guide.

How To: Change Your Etsy Privacy Settings to Protect Your Profile from Prying Public Eyes

Nothing on the web is ever private. If you thought you can control your privacy, you were wrong. Websites may give you security options to better hide your information from the world, but ultimately your privacy resides in the hands of the website itself. We've seen how websites let ad companies track our private usage. We've seen how Facebook mucked up their privacy controls. We even saw how websites like Gawker are prone to hackers stealing user information. And now, Etsy has made what was ...

How To: Automatically Delete Spam Messages in Gmail

Most of the spam messages are commercial advertisements, phishing websites and get rich quickly messages that asks users to provide personal details and other confidential information.Spam filters in Gmail prevent its users from these spam messages and restrict them to enter in user’s Gmail inbox.Generally, it acts like a firewall between spam messages and Gmail Inbox.Gmail filters detect the sender’s email address and accordingly send the received messages in Inbox or Spam folder.

How To: Create a homepage with links to your favorite websites

Interested in creating your own custom start page with links to all of your favorite webpages? This clip will show you how it's done. It's simple! So simple, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including complete, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Change audio on an already uploaded YouTube video

This video describes the process of changing the audio on a YouTube video that you have already uploaded. The video is presented by Helplines.com and is in their technology series. We start out logged into YouTube and click on Uploaded Videos, then choose the video you would like to change. Click on the Audio Swap button that is just below the video. You can then choose the I'm Feeling Lucky button to have YouTube pick the audio for you. Or browse through the selections to find an appropriate...

How To: Track a scam email

In this video from richardfallah we learn how to track a scam email. You can tell a scam from an email that looks a bit funny. So if it's an email that looks like it's from Bank of America, you might see a link to click that actually would take you to another site which is an exact clone of the Bank of America website, but it has a different web address. This is NOT Bank of America! They will try to steal all of your information if you type in your personal information. Whois is a great tool ...

How To: Hack websites with SQL injection

For Infinity Exists Full Disclosure's first Website Hacking episode, we demonstrate how to exploit a security vulnerability occurring in a website's database to extract password hashes. Sql (Structured Query Language) is a computer language designed for the retrieval and management of data in a system's database. The Attack, known as Sql Injection, manipulates Sql statements before they are sent to the Sql Server, allowing the Attacker to create, change, or retrieve data stored in the database.

How To: Add the Gmail button to Toolbar

In this video, we learn how to add the Gmail button to the toolbar. First, log onto Google and go to your Gmail account. After this, drag the icon for the Gmail to the toolbar on the screen. After you do this, test out if it is working correctly. Exit out of your browser, then go back into it. Now, click on the icon that has the envelope with red outlining. Once you click this, a new tab should open up with your Gmail opened up! This is great if you want to check your e-mail quickly, without ...

How To: Bypass your router to access your server

This video discusses how to bypass your router to access your server. In the search window type in CMD to open up a command prompt. Then type in ipconfig to bring up the ip configuration. You want to look for the ip address for the default gateway and the one for your computer. They should both start with 192.168. Once you find them open up internet explorer and type in the ip address for your default gateway and it should then prompt you for a user name and password. Log in and look for a po...

How To: Display zip code boundaries with Google Earth

In this clip, you'll learn how to view zip code boundaries with Google Earth. It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this video tutorial can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Revert the New YouTube Layout Back to How It Was

Last week, Google updated the YouTube layout to be more in tune with other Google properties. One thing that's different is the new, more Google+ look of your YouTube homepage. Though some may like the change, some definitely do not. Also new is the "Guide" on the left side when you're watching a YouTube video. for you folks looking to get back to the normal YouTube layout, it's as easy as copying and pasting some code into your browser.

How To: Create your own personalized Google home page

This 'how-to' video explains how to customize your Google homepage. To do this, simply go to http://www.google.com and click on i Google in the top right corner of the page. That will display the different content options that you can apply to your Google homepage. The video suggests starting out by selecting some of the more popular content, and then click save. Once the content is added you can move it around by clicking on the top of the application and moving it to the desired location. I...

How To: Change your IP address using a Linksys router

Learn how to change your IP address using a Linksys router in simple steps. First search for your IP address in the internet and find it from any of the websites available. Now go to your Linksys setup page by accessing it with your username and password. Go to Mac address code and change the last set of digits by increasing or decreasing a value. Now save the settings and reset your modem and router. Finally check your new address to finish.

How To: View historical photos on Google Maps

Interested in viewing old, historical photos of the places you know on Google Maps? This clip will show you how it's done. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at Tekzilla can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.