Posts Tagged ‘Google’

  Last week, Google announced that Gmail users can email their Google+ connections without knowing their email address first. For some, it’s an easy way to stay in touch. For others, it’s a ticket to unwanted email. However you feel, here’s how to turn the feature off, or set it so only the people you […]

  MarkMonitor Inc, USA based company who is responsible for over 110 domains including google.com.pk, microsoft.com.pk, paypal.pk, domain control panel hacked, last night and some sites are still down as of (24th November, 2012) Google Pakistan’s home page (google.com.pk) is “hacked” by Turkish hackers putting a message which says “Pakistan Downed”. Paypal site is still […]

  A subset mirror of the Google Libraries API CDN meant to be served from your local development machine when internet access is lacking. This will increase your overall browsing experience. (for sites like wordpress, Blogspot, Google products etc)

  Yet another infographic. Well, Infographics are much better way to grasp the information, especially if they’re well made. This cool infographic from OnlineSchool lists out some of the most important events in the history of the internet.    

  Recently, in Pakistan many companies have started offering email marketing. These companies collect email data from various sources, and then start sending emails in bulk. Majority of these email marketing companies are using Google groups to send emails. Google groups enables them to build an email database and thru these groups then can send […]

  Comodo is one of the largest SSL and Code Signing Certificate provider, some Comodo certificates were hacked earlier this year and now ComodoHacker  claimed hacking DigiNotar a Dutch Code Signing/SSL provider company. Meanwhile, the fallout from the hack continues. DigiNotar has, in effect, lost its status as a trusted root certificate authority. Its certificates […]