Tuesday, 30 August 2016

10 Private Search Engines That Do Not Track You 2016

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  21:44:00

10 Private Search Engines That Do Not Track You


DuckDuckGo is a very secure search engine that never tracks your searches while providing you really good search experience. The main purpose of building this search engine is for people who likes to remain private while searching, and delivers instant results without tailored ads on the search pages. DuckDuckGo gets around 10M+ searches a day.
duck duck go


This is a great computable search engine which provides very accurate answers and offers open knowledge. WolframAlpha’s main purpose is to serve knowledge and nonetheless it does not track what you search for.
WolframAlpha performs dynamic calculations using built-in algorithms and delivers an expert knowledge about calculations, people, money & finance, health & medicines, music & movies and much more.


Startpage is a powerful search engine which provides accurate results while protecting your searches and avoiding tracking your steps. Startpage offers browsing through a proxy server and helps protecting you from websites that track your IP address or location. You can add Startpage to your browser, on Firefox or Chrome , and even change its color theme.


There is nothing much to talk about Privatelee but it enables strict filters and secure searches if you need it. Privatelee doesn’t keeps your search keywords to be used for surveillance or adds. It offers ‘PowerSearch‘ commands that lets you configure search source and more. It is also famous by name Qrobe.it.


Yippy allows you to manually filter the results according to categories and flag any inappropriate result. Unlike some engines, it allows searching of many types of content including images, web, news, blogs, jobs, government data, etc.
Yippy lets you view cached pages (like Google) and filter results by tags like sources, clouds, websites. Yippy does not track your search queries and doesn’t show customized ads.


This is a private search that delivers instant searches while not tracking your location history or search. Hulbee provides very intelligent information yet never analyses or stores its visitor’s details.
All your searches are encrypted for security against man in the middle attacks and data leaks. There is an option to choose a region for most relevant search results and then lets you ‘clear your activity‘ to avoid any trace of information.


Gibiru is a fully uncensored yet encrypted search engine that prevents data leaks to third parties. It works faster than most other private search engines because it uses the ‘Google Custom Search‘ to provide its service but removes all tracking methods followed by Google.

8.Disconnect Search

Just like Gibiru, Disconnect Search uses search assistance from major search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing but it does not track your online activities or searches or IP address. It lets you search by location so that you get accurate and relevant search results based on the information you provided.


Lukol uses a proxy server to give you customized search results from Google using its own enhanced custom search. It conserves your privacy by removing traceable entities. It is considered as one of the best private search engines that protects from online information and keeps the spammers away from you by safeguarding you from inappropriate and misleading sites. It ensures full anonymity for your searches.


MetaGer lets you make confidential untraceable searches that leave no footprints. It also integrates a proxy server so that you can open any link anonymously from the search result pages and yet keep your IP address hidden from the destination server. It also never tracks your keywords.
This prohibits third parties or advertisers to target you for ads or any of malicious attacks. Its default language is in German.


Sunday, 28 August 2016

Internet Is Finally Free : United States To Handover DNS System From October 1, 2016

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  05:26:00

Internet Is Finally Free : United States To Handover DNS System From October 1, 2016

After years of demurral United States to hand over control of DNS to ICANN effective this October

We have been hearing for years that the DNS will be handed over to ICANN but that never fructified. However, after years of refusal, United States of America is finally handing over the reins of the Internet to ICANN.
In an announcement made on August 16, 2016, the U.S. National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) said it was ready to surrender control over the Internet domain name system (DNS) infrastructure to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a non-profit organization effective October 1, 2016. The DNS is basically a directory for internet-connected devices that helps translate domain names to numerical IP addresses. In other words, it is responsible for holding and pairing web addresses or its URL to its respective servers.
DNS is a foundational piece of the internet, which has been under the control of the state for the last 20 years. Even though the terms of the transition of DNS to ICANN’s supervision had been agreed upon in 2014, it was only recently that the NTIA finally signed off on the agreement. The transition would still have both parties to be ready to take the necessary steps to make the transition. The U.S. government cannot make the transfer not until ICANN is ready with the transition.
“The IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) stewardship transition represents the final step in the US government’s long-standing commitment, supported by three Administrations, to privatize the Internet’s domain name system,” NTIA chief Lawrence Strickland said this week.
“For the last 18 years, the United States has been working … to establish a stable and secure multi stakeholder model of Internet governance that ensures that the private sector, not governments, take the lead in setting the future direction of the Internet’s domain name system,” he added.
“To help achieve this goal, NTIA in 1998 partnered with ICANN, a California-based non-profit, to transition technical DNS coordination and management functions to the private sector. NTIA’s current stewardship role was intended to be temporary.” However, it does have implications for how DNS is perceived internationally.
The handover won’t change anything for the 3.5 billion people connected to the internet. That’s because U.S. control has been largely administrative: it doesn’t get involved on a day-to-day basis.
“This is important because there has always been a bit of nervousness from the rest of the global community of one entity having considerable power. The United States has been very fair with that power and responsibility, with the exception of the U.S. blocking .xxx at ICANN based on prudish American values and political maneuvering,” said Joseph Lorenzo Hall, chief technologist for the Center for Democracy & Technology.
So, after 18 years, it is not a huge surprise that the supervision of the DNS is moving this way. While some politicians, like U.S. President Barack Obama, have shown support for the IANA transition to ICANN, senators like Ted Cruz, as well as Mike Lee, and Rep. Sean Duffy are known to have reached out their concerns to the administration in a form of a letter. The Republicans cite their negative sentiments over the transfer as a “planned Internet giveaway.”
The shift will likely go unnoticed by everyday users and businesses despite its political complications. However, businesses should remember the differences between the NTIA and ICANN, Hall said.
“For businesses, it should be business as usual; they need to understand that ICANN is (at least for the near term) a California corporation and under US legal jurisdiction,” Hall said.
Additionally, as the U.S. steps away from DNS supervision, the shift to ICANN could likely win them some support in the international community.
“I do think everyone will get benefits from the ICANN/IANA transition to a global stakeholder community, including the business community, as it is a solid sign that the US is serious about globalization of the internet and not trying to maintain what we might call digital colonialism,” Hall said.


Friday, 19 August 2016

WifiKill – Disabling WiFi for Other Devices 2016

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  22:29:00

What is WifiKill?

WifiKill is an android application that helps you to disable other people’s Wi-Fi internet connections on the same network. It is a kind of hacking process in which you are hacking other person’s internet connection and trying to disable it. This app is specifically developed for the Android smartphone users. You can easily become a hacker as WifiKill literally falls in the category of hacking and this application is capable of searching for the user information in the Wi-Fi modem.
WifiKill v2.3.2 is an amazing app through which you can get a wi-fi connection in full speed by using this application. You can easily eliminate unnecessary users who are connected to wi-fi connection on the same network. You can use this app on your android smartphone as it works effectively to disable other’s internet connection.

Disclaimer – Our tutorials are designed to aid aspiring pen testers/security enthusiasts in learning new skills, we only recommend that you test this tutorial on a system that belongs to YOU. We do not accept responsibility for anyone who thinks it’s a good idea to try to use this to attempt to hack systems that do not belong to you

Features of WifiKill

  • Show the traffic consumed by the device.
  • Grabs blog traffic and show the sites visited by the grabbed devices.
  • Show the network names of the devices.
  • Reveals the total number of bytes transferred by the ‘snatched device’.
  • Capable of disabling the Internet access of any grabbed device.
  • You can also view what other’s are surfing on internet and even see what they download from internet.
  • It supports Tablets and hence it is both mobile and tablet-friendly!
  • WifiKill supports Android 4.0 and above only.

Requirements of WifiKill

  • It requires Root accessibility.
  • Works for Android 4.0 and above only.

How to use WifiKill

Using WifiKill app, you can easily disable one’s internet connection (Wi-Fi) which is on the same network. The capability of disabling other person’s Wi-Fi network connection is nothing but hacking their device. Here is a step-by-step procedure to hack a Wi-Fi network using WifiKill app on your android device.

Step 1: Initially, download it from the link.
Step 2: Now, turn ON Wi-Fi on your Android phone and click to open the app.
Step 3: After opening the app, press the play button located on the top and the app will then start searching for the devices which are currently connected to the Wireless Internet network. Click on Grant to allow Superuser permission that is prompted on the screen.
Step 4: As soon as the scan for devices is completed, the app will then show all the devices connected to the hotspot. If you enable Show Network Names in the preferences, it will also display the names of all the devices found.
Step 5: Now, Click on one device and slide the grab button .Once grabbed you can see the network usage and websites that are being accessed by it.

Step 6: You can kill one device at a time or else you can also kill all the devices at the same time by grabbing them all and then killing them. You can only kill after you have grabbed a device. Grabbing the device will show you the bandwidth consumption and websites accessed by that particular device. The device will lose the internet connectivity when you Choose to kill it.

Step 7: When you are done, you can just switch off the kill button so that the devices will regain their Internet connectivity. Also don’t forget to stop the WifiKill by using the same button you used to start it.


Saturday, 13 August 2016

Worried about privacy, forget Google and try these search engines

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  09:42:00

3 Search Engines that don’t track user data like Google

Google is the ultimate search engine? Wrong, there are plenty of search engines that offer you same search results if not better. But due to the vast scale of Google, when you need to get information or find something online, chances are you go to Google. However, Google has one big flaw. It traces your browsing history and has been in limelight for it user data scraping methods. It saves your search history, scans your Gmail, tracks your location, keeps everything you say to “OK Google,” and a lot more. If you are using Google, than, Google probably knows a lot better of your digital habits than yourself.
Google tracks user data so that it can serve ads that are targeted just for you. Google says, it also saves data to give you better search results  which may be quite true. Though Google allows users to opt out of Google’s interest based ads and lets you delete your search history, it still saves enough user data to create a digital profile.
If you are a privacy oriented person or just dont want anybody to sniff your digital life, you can try these three alternative search engines which guarantee privacy to their users.

1. DuckDuckGo

First in the list is DuckDuckGo. DuckDuckGo has now grown into a solid Google replacement. It doesn’t track user data or target your IP address or search history. The search engine deployed by DuckDuckGo uses nifty algorithms and calculations you’ve come to expect on Google and give you a good search result. You can also customize its interface, with search shortcuts and an Instant Answers feature that’s just as good as, if not better than,Google’s Knowledge Graph. You can also make DuckDuckGo an extension of your browser and activate more privacy settings to keep your search history as protected as possible.

2. Yippy

Yippy is a new kid on the block that offers you total privacy in your Internet search. It automatically detects and blocks adult content, including pornography, gambling sites, sex product sites and other websites that are not appropriate for kids.
Plus, the site protects your privacy. It will not collect personally identifiable information about you, like your name, telephone number, address and email address. On the flip side, it may collect anonymous information about your IP address. It also uses cookies, which it claims does not track your personal behavior.

3. Ixquick

Ixquick is the latest entrant in the private search engines space. Its USP is that it concentrates totally on giving your very discreet search results. In fact, it calls itself the world’s most private search site. It doesn’t record your IP address, browser information or search history, so advertisers can’t track you.
It also gives you the privacy of searching via proxy, so the sites you visit don’t even know your real IP address. This is similar to Tor, but without the hassle of setting it up. Ixquick has relatively good user interface and it’s proxy option gives you the most online privacy. It may slow down your searches, but when you select “proxy,” Ixquick makes you invisible online.
It furnishes search results with three options to the Internet user. When you use Ixquick to search for “Techworm.” Your search results will look similar to Google’s, with a list of websites that match your search, but each result has three options:
• Click on a link and it takes you to a page as normal, meaning the website can see you.
• Choose “Highlight” just to see the basics of a site to decide if you actually want to visit it.
• Click “Proxy” and you will remain anonymous to the site you’re visiting. The site will see Ixquick’s IP address, not yours. Just note that it will slow down the site a little.
The above three search engines offer the maximum privacy in your search results. If you know any other search engine that offers privacy kindly mention the same in the comments.


Saturday, 6 August 2016

22 Best Hacking Sites To Legally Practice Hacking 2016

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  05:27:00

InfoSec skills are in such high demand right now. As the world continues to turn everything into an app and connect even the most basic devices to the internet, the demand is only going to grow, so it’s no surprise everyone wants to learn hacking these days.

However, almost every day I come across a forum post where someone is asking where they should begin to learn hacking or how to practice hacking. I’ve compiled this list of some of the best hacking sites to hopefully be a valuable resource for those wondering how they can build and practice their hacking skill set. I hope you find this list helpful, and if you know of any other quality hacking sites, please let me know in the comments, so I can add them to the list.

1. CTF365

On CTF365 users build and defend their own servers while launching attacks on other users’ servers. The CTF365 training environment is designed for security professionals who are interested in training their offensive skills or sysadmins interested in improving their defensive skills. If you are a beginner to infosec, you can sign up for a free beginner account and get your feet wet with some pre-configured vulnerable servers.

2. OverTheWire

OverTheWire is designed for people of all experience levels to learn and practice security concepts. Absolute beginners are going to want to start on the Bandit challenges because they are the building blocks you’ll use to complete the other challenges.

3. Hacking-Lab

Hacking-Lab provides the CTF challenges for the European Cyber Security Challenge, but they also host ongoing challenges on their platform that anyone can participate in. Just register a free account, setup vpn and start exploring the challenges they offer.

4. pwnable.kr

pwnable.kr focuses on ‘pwn’ challenges, similar to CTF, which require you find, read and submit ‘flag’ files corresponding to each challenge. You must use some sort of programming, reverse-engineering or exploitation skill to access the content of the files before you are able to submit the solution.
They divide up the challenge into 4 skill levels: Toddler’s Bottle, Rookiss, Grotesque and Hacker’s Secret. Toddler’s Bottle are very easy challenges for beginners, Rookiss is rookie level exploitation challenges, Grotesque challenges become much more difficult and painful to solve and, finally, Hacker’s Secret challenges require special techniques to solve.

5. IO

IO is a wargame from the createors of netgarage.org, a community project where like-minded people share knowledge about security, AI, VR and more. They’ve created 3 versions, IO, IO64 and IOarm, with IO being the most mature. Connect to IO via SSH and you can begin hacking on their challenges.

6. SmashTheStack

SmashTheStack is comprised of 7 different wargames – Amateria, Apfel (currently offline), Blackbox, Blowfish, CTF (currently offline), Logic and Tux. Every wargame has a variety of challenges ranging from standard vulnerabilities to reverse engineering challenges.

7. Microcorruption

Microcorruption is an embedded security CTF where you have to reverse engineer fictional Lockitall electronic lock devices. The Lockitall devices secure the bearer bounds housed in warehouses owned by the also fictional Cy Yombinator company. Along the way you’ll learn some assembly, how to use a debugger, how to single step the lock code, set breakpoints, and examine memory all in an attempt to steal the bearer bonds from the warehouses.

8. reversing.kr

reversing.kr has 26 challenges to test your cracking and reverse engineering abilities. The site hasn’t been updated since the end of 2012, but the challenges available are still valuable learning resources.

9. Hack This Site

Hack This Site is a free wargames site to test and expand your hacking skills. It features numerous hacking missions across multiple categories including Basic, Realistic, Application, Programming, Phonephreaking, JavaScript, Forensic, Extbasic, Stego and IRC missions. It also boasts a large community with a large catalog of hacking articles and a forum for to have discussions on security related topics. Finally, they’ve recently announced they are going to be overhauling the dated site and codebase, so expect some big improvements in the coming months.

10. W3Challs

W3Challs is a pentesting training platform with numerous challenges across different categories including Hacking, Cracking, Wargames, Forensic, Cryptography, Steganography and Programming. The aim of the platform is to provide realistic challenges, not simulations and points are awarded based on the difficulty of the challenge (easy, medium, hard). There’s a forum where you can discuss and walkthrough the challenges with other members.

11. pwn0

pwn0 is the VPN where (almost) anything goes. Go up against pwn0bots or other users and score points by gaining root on other systems.

12. Exploit Exercises

Exploit Exercises provides a variety of virtual machines, documentation and challenges that can be used to learn about a variety of computer security issues such as privilege escalation, vulnerability analysis, exploit development, debugging, reverse engineering, and general cyber security issues.

13. RingZer0 Team Online CTF

RingZer0 Team Online CTF offers a ton of challenges, 234 as of this post, that will test your hacking skills across multiple categories including Cryptography, Jail Escaping, Malware Analysis, SQL Injection, Shellcoding and more. After you successfully complete a challenge, you can write up your solution and submit it to the RingZer0 Team. If your write up is accepted, you’ll earn RingZer0Gold which can be exchanged for hints during future challenges.

14. Hellbound Hackers

Hellbound Hackers offers traditional exploit challenges, but they also offer some challenges that others don’t such as web and app patching and timed challenges. The web and app patching challenges have you evaluating a small snippet of code, identifying the exploitable line of code and suggesting a the code to patch it. The timed challenges have the extra constraint of solving the challenge in a set amount of time. I thought these two categories were a cool differentiator from most other CTF sites.

15. Try2Hack

Try2Hack provides several security oriented challenges for your entertainment and is one of the oldest challenge sites still around. The challenges are diverse and get progressively harder.

16. Hack.me

Hack.me is a large collection of vulnerable web apps for practicing your offensive hacking skills. All vulnerable web apps are contributed by the community and each one can be run on the fly in a safe, isolated sandbox.

17. HackThis!!

HackThis!! is comprised of 50+ hacking levels with each worth a set number of points depending on its difficulty level. Similar to Hack This Site, HackThis!! also features a lively community, numerous hacking related articles and news, and a forum where you can discuss the levels and a security related topics that might be of interest to you.

18. Enigma Group

Enigma Group has over 300 challenges with a focus on the OWASP Top 10 exploits. They boast nearly 48,000 active members and host weekly CTF challenges as well as weekly and monthly contests.

19. Google Gruyere

Google Gruyere shows how web application vulnerabilities can be exploited and how to defend against these attacks. You’ll get a chance to do some real penetration testing and actually exploit a real application with attacks like XSS and XSRF.

20. Game of Hacks

Game of Hacks presents you with a series of code snippets, multiple choice quiz style, and you must identify the correct vulnerability in the code. While it’s not nearly as in depth as the others on this list, it’s a nice game for identifying vulnerabilities within source code.

21. Root Me

Root Me hosts over 200 hacking challenges and 50 virtual environments allowing you to practice your hacking skills across a variety of scenarios. It’s definitely one of the best sites on this list.

22. CTFtime

While CTFtime is not a hacking site like the others on this list, it is great resource to stay up to date on CTF events happening around the globe. So if you’re interested in joining a CTF team or participating in an event, then this is the resource for you.


Here is how you can learn hacking in 3 steps

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  05:23:00

Easy 3 step guide for newbies to learn hacking

Hacking is often one of the most misinterpreted words in computer lexicon. Hacking was a term that originated in 1990s and is associated with the unauthorized use of computer and network resources. By definition, hacking is the practice of altering the features of a system, to accomplish a goal which is not in scope of the purpose of its creation. However, hacking has more to it than just altering a code, it is a high paying career choice with huge reputation for successful hackers.
If you are a beginner and need to learn how to hack, the information provided in this post can surely help you out.

How can I Learn to Hack as a newbie?

If you are a beginner and have little or no knowledge of hacking, the best way to learn is to start from the basics rather than undertake complicated hacking assignment. It is always advisable to think and start small in hacking. Instead try to spend time in mastering the basic concepts of hacking so you can learn advanced hacking methods later.
To successfully learn how to hack, the following are some of the steps that you can take:

Step-1: Explore the Fundamentals

Know you computer, this is that basic thing you should start of with. You can start off by exploring the fundamental concepts such as operating system basics (Windows and Linux), computer networking, network protocols, firewalls and how each of these stuffs work etc. A little theoretical knowledge of the above is a must for you to progress as hacker.
You can make use of resources and websites on the Internet to source your knowledge. If you are more interested in exploring any of these stuffs in detail, you can always pick up a book that details the particular aspect of computing.

Step-2: Find a Good Source that will Teach How to Hack in Simple Steps

Hacking is a self learning exercise but you wont progress until you have a good master. Most of the times, the information available on the Internet is fragmented or too geeky. A good book or a teacher can lay down very short term goals for you. A book is always better to teach you how to hack in a step-by-step easy to follow manner. If you are a newbie, this book called Hacking Secrets Exposed  is a perfect source for learning how to hack.

Step-3: Learn Programming

If you really want to hack like an elite hacker, programming is something that you can’t skip. Even in programming there are several languages with ready made tools and programs to help you hack like the Kali Linux.
Iis always better to have some basic understanding of programming languages like HTML, PHP and JavsScript so that you will be in a better position to figure out how they work and what’s going on in the background. Nevertheless, there are hackers who are successful and they dont know how to program at all.

How Long does it Take to Learn Hacking?

Hacking is all about dedication and putting long hours. How long will it take for you to learn hacking is the answer you yourself will know once you proceed using the above three steps.
To remember, hacking requires knowledge, skills, creativity, dedication and of course the time. It also requires the nose to spot anything that is out of context. For your hack attempts to be successful, you should adopt a hacker’s mindset and start thinking just like the hacker.
To become a good hacker you need to know your goals. Finding flaws is most difficult if you start with multiple objectives. Learn to track a single goal till it is accomplished before you move on to the next one.
Best of luck on your hacking endeavor and God Speed!


On This Day 25-years Ago, The World's First Website Went Online

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  05:18:00

On this day 25 years ago, August 6, 1991, the world's first website went live to the public from a lab in the Swiss Alps.

So Happy 25th Birthday, WWW! It's the Silver Jubilee of the world's first website.

The site was created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the father of the World Wide Web (WWW), and was dedicated to information on the World Wide Web project.

The world's first website, which ran on a NeXT computer at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), can still be visited today, more than two decades after its creation.

The first website address is http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html.
"The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area hypermedia information retrieval initiative aiming to give universal access to a large universe of documents," the world's first public website reads, going on to explain how others can also create their own web pages.
"The project started with the philosophy that much academic information should be freely available to anyone."
Berners-Lee wrote about the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that outlined how information or data would travel between computer systems, as well as, HyperText Markup Language (HTML) that was used to create the first web page.

Berners-Lee vision was to create a place where people could share information across the world through a "universal linked information system" – in which a network of documents (web pages) linked to one another could help users navigate to find what exactly they need.
first website
And so is the concept of the World Wide Web.

Berners-Lee initially proposed the idea for a worldwide network of computers sharing information in 1989, while he was working as a computer programmer at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Steve Jobs Helped Tim to Create The Web

The World Wide Web was written on a NeXT computer, made by the company Steve Jobs founded after he was kicked out of Apple back in 1985.
"We bought a cool machine, the NeXT computer," Berners-Lee said two years ago during an interview at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. "NeXT was a machine made by Steve Jobs when he was kicked out of Apple [in 1985]... it had a wonderful spirit to it, a really good developer's environment." 
"When you opened it, you got a pre-recorded message from Steve that said, 'Welcome to the NeXT. This is not about personal computing. It's about 'inter-personal' computing.' It was perfect for designing the web."
The website went live to the public on August 6, 1991; that's exactly 25 years back. At the time, Berners-Lee taped a note to the front of his NeXT computer, saying:

"This machine is a Server. DO NOT POWER DOWN."

Need to Reinvent the Internet

When Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web, his idea was simply to create a tool for scientists to find and share information with ease.

The Web has since become the world’s most powerful medium for knowledge, communications, and trade — but that doesn't mean he is happy with all of the consequences.

Last month, Berners-Lee turned 61 and regretted a lot of things about his invention. He has primarily concerned that the Internet has now transformed into the "world's largest surveillance network."
Today, the Web "controls what people see, creates mechanisms for how people interact," New York Times quoted Berners-Lee as saying. "It is been great, but spying, blocking sites, repurposing people's content, taking you to the wrong websites that completely undermines the spirit of helping people create."
This is why the creator of the Internet is figuring out what the next step should be for the World Wide Web.

The Web model relies on central servers and IP addresses, which can easily be tracked or blocked. Therefore, Berners-Lee is looking to decentralize the whole Web, the report said.
"The web is already decentralized," he said. "The problem is the dominance of one search engine, one big social network, one Twitter for microblogging. We do not have a technology problem; we have a social problem."
The idea is simple:

To eliminate middleman completely from all aspects of the Web. Still, all the major players do not agree to this decentralize approach. It's still a question that whether the Internet needs decentralizing.


Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Adobe Photoshop CS6 CRACK Plus Serial key Download Working 100% August 2016

Posted by Sufyan Hacker  |  at  07:57:00

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Image
Its Sufyan Hacker to give u Photoshop CS6 With Crack.Adobe Photoshop CS6 is a complex graphics and image editing software and paint program. It has become a mainstay with graphics designers, professional photographers, and even hobbyists to edit graphics as well as create and manipulate images. What sets Photoshop aside from the rest of the crowd are the endless possibilities to manipulate images while making almost no compromise at all on quality. Photoshop CS6 goodies reside in features such as intelligent auto-correction, masks, HDR imaging, color management, effects, animations, histogram palettes, brushes, accurate selection tools, layer control etc.

System Requirements:

Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 processor (2GHz or faster) processor
1GB of RAM
3.2GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)
16-bit color and 512MB of VRAM (1GB VRAM required for 3D features)
Adobe Photoshop CS6 Screenshot

Install Instructions:

1. Download from the link below
3. Install application from “Adobe CS6” folder by double clicking on
the “Set-up.exe” (With admin rights on your system.)
2. Choose TRY install.
3. Select your language. (You can not change it after installation)
4. Close application. (IMPORTANT)
5. Go to the installation folder and Rename the original “amtlib.dll”
(amtlib.dll.BAK) (You may need it for second try) It is generally ;
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 OR,
C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 OR,
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 Bit)
6. Copy “amtlib.dll” from “cracked dll” folder and paste it in to the
installation folder.
7. Double click on “AdobePatchInstaller.exe” in the folder
“Photoshop_CS6_13_0_1_update” to update version 13.0.1
8. Adobe.com: 3D features and some GPU-enabled features are not
supported on Windows XP.
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