A chance to win a reseller hosting account!!



Hi guys,
Today when i am surfing for something in my friend's (Pradeep) website i saw an amazing contest was going on there. It is a great chance for people to get a reseller account. In his website he organized a give away contest. The rules for the contest are very easy. Here are the things which he offers to winners!! :)



  • You will Get un-metered space and Bandwidth
  • You can host upto 50 Domains
  • and everything will be un-metered
The steps for getting this prize is very easy we have to these things

  • Follow them on Twitter
  • Follow them on Facebook
  • Subscribe to their Feeds
  • Tweet about their Contest
  • Write a article about their contest on your blog.
YOu can read more about this contest here at TECH3DGE


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IPhone users are the most vulnerable to phishing attacks, is it really so?




Recent tests and studies, as Trusteer users who own an iPhone are those most at risk of phishing attacks. For those who still do not know, Trusteer is a private computer security firm, based in the United States and Israel, with his program Rapport is designed to protect confidential data (such as the credentials of an account or bank accounts) for avoid, where there is an attack, or theft of identity, loss of data.

Most phishing attacks, as stated by Trusteer also come from the email and, to a lesser extent, the traditional use of the Internet. The most likely explanation, and feasible, is all in the differences in how different platforms (IOS, Android, Blackberry, Symbian) and have run their own email.
For the purpose of meeting most users and the less experienced, Trusterr left some recommendations to follow, or not click at all (except just when you are unsure) on links in mail, as in some cases it is difficult to determine the sender of the message, the 'address, and what consequences can occur (phishing, malware, scams, etc ...).

Most phishing attacks, as stated by Trusteer also come from the email and, to a lesser extent, the traditional use of the Internet. The most likely explanation, and feasible, is all in the differences in how different platforms (IOS, Android, Blackberry, Symbian) and have run their own email.
For the purpose of meeting most users and the less experienced, Trusteer left some recommendations to follow, or not click at all (except just when you are unsure) on links in mail, as in some cases it is difficult to determine the sender of the message, the 'address, and what consequences can occur (phishing, malware, scams, etc ...).


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