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Make Mobile Number Callable in Blog OR in e-mail

Hemant Verma - 2:35 PM
When anyone want to send your mobile number in mail or facebook etc. and you want to call on that number so you will have to copy that number on a paper and then you dial that number in your mobile phone but there is also a one method that you can easily send your number in mail, and whenever you want to call them, probably you copy that number and paste in the dialer but you can easily enable that number callable in your website also on your blog also.




Adding Code for Telephone Links


You add the code as text to the location you want the link to appear. You just need a single line of code like this:
<a href="tel:123-456-7890">123-456-7890</a>
The first part of this line of code tells where to point the link. Href=tel: creates a telephone link. The number of course gives it the number to link to.
The second part is the visual portion of the link. It doesn’t have to match the link. In other words, the visual portion can be numbers or letters you want displayed. You can have it say a message instead, such as “Click to Call”. For example, if you want it to display a message instead of the number, your code would look like this:
<a href="tel:123-456-7890">CLICK TO CALL</a>
Your visitors will see the message but when they click on it they are sent to the dialing screen of their phones with your number already inserted and ready for them to hit the call button.

CBSE 10th Result 2017 Declared; Pass Percentage 90.95 Per Cent, Dips From Last Year

Hemant Verma - 2:05 PM

Amidst wild speculations about 10th board result, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally declared the result for class 10th board exam today. The exam was conducted in March-April this year. After the board had declared the result for 12th board exam, there was much anticipation about the 10th results as the board is known to declare 10th results soon after 12th results. The result for all the studnets who appeared in the 10th board exam is available on CBSE's official results portal.

So far the result has been declared for Allahabad, Chennai, Delhi, Trivandrum, and Dehradun region. Result for Ajmer, Patna, Panchkula, Guwahati and Bhubaneshwar regions are awaited. 

According to ANI, the pass percentage of students in CBSE class 10th board exams is 90.95% which is lower than last year, when the pass percentage was 96.21%.

 
The Overall pass percentage in CBSE Board Class 10th exam in 2017 is 90.95% ;overall pass percentage in 2016 was 96.21%


How to check CBSE 10th board result 2017?


cbse 10th result

CBSE 10th result 2017 declared

Step one: Go to official results website: cbseresults.nic.in
Step two: Click on the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) Result 2017 link.

Step three: Enter your roll number, centre number, and school number. 
Step four: Click on submit and view your result.

Take a printout of your result. However, the online result is only provisional in nature and must be confirmed with the original marks statement which will be available shortly after result declaration at the respective schools. Students can use the online marks statement to apply at schools for admission to 10+2 or inter college but will need their original marks sheet at the time of admission. 

Note: This news is written by Press Trust of India, We have only re-share it.

How to Use Whatsapp as a Private Hub for your Documents

Hemant Verma - 6:06 PM
If you want to use whatsapp as a private hub to keep your document be safe and be along with you always to without carry them in heavy bags and on files also, so you can easily do this with your mobile and these documents will not going to save in your mobile but they will store in a cloud service like dropbox, google drive also but that service you use every day and every hour also. that service whatsapp.




Add a Announcement Widget in Your Blog

Hemant Verma - 5:37 PM
If you want to give any announcement to your readers on regular time or time by time then you can use this kind of widget this is today we are going to launch with you all, as you know that these kinds of widgets is very useful for our blog so you can easily install it in your blog and easily can access.




Google Researcher Finds Links Wannacry Ransome's with North Korea

Hemant Verma - 4:45 PM
Well Finally Indian Man and a Google Researcher Neel Mehta finds a link of Wannacry Ransomware with Lazarus Group. This group recently transfer 5 Billions of Money from Bangaladesh's Bank and this group is totally related by North Korea.



Read Also: How to Protect Your Computer from Ransomware Attack

Who is Lazarus Group?

Lazarus Group is a cybercrime group made up of an unknown number of individuals. While not much is known about the Lazarus Group, researchers have attributed many cyber attacks to them over the last decade. The earliest known attack that the group is responsible for is known as "Operation Troy", which took place from 2009–2012. This was a cyber-espionage campaign that utilized unsophisticated DDoS techniques to target the South Korean government in Seoul. They are also responsible for attacks in 2011 and 2013. It is possible that they were also behind a 2007 attack targeting South Korea, but that still isn't certain. A notable attack that the group is known for is the 2014 attack on Sony Pictures.

The Sony attack used more sophisticated techniques and highlighted how advanced the group has become over time. The most recent attack attributed to the group is recent 2016 bank heist which included an attack on the Bangladesh Bank, successfully stealing US$81 million.


Neel Mehta Finds a Clue

Neel Mehta, a security researcher at Google, found evidence that suggests the WannaCry ransomware,, is linked to a state-sponsored hacking group in North Korea, known for cyber attacks against South Korean organizations. Named as Lazarus Group and This group also steals the 5 Billions from Bangladesh's Bank.

This is WannaCrypt Attribution

Some security researchers from Kaspersky, Symantec, immediately followed the tip from Neel and confirmed a strong link between WannaCry and other malware families, including Lazarus, Joanap, and Brambul, which suggests WannaCry was written or modified by the same author and Lazarus mainly worked many times for the North Korea. So, it could be the North Korea behind to these attacks, But not really sure till yet.

(Note: This is not a allegation on North Korea, it's just a co-incidence)

Neel Mehtaprovide some source codes which proves that they related with Lazarus Group.


How to Protect Your Computer from Ransomware Attack

Hemant Verma - 4:13 PM
On the 12th May 2017 a cyber attack happened by some hackers in Europe and this is one of biggest cyber attack  in the history of cyber crime because this kind of attack still not happened in the history of cyber world.


This insanely fast-spreading threat that has already hacked nearly 200,000 Windows PCs over the weekend. 


In the first few hours, 200,000 machines were infected. Big organizations such as Renault or the NHS were struck and crippled by the attack.

The attack is believed to be the result of "RANSOMWARE", a type of malware that been used by computer hackers for many years to capture information, extort money or force people or organisations to behave in certain ways.


Now First get to know that "What is Ransomware"?

Ransomware - This is a kind of malware or in simple words, this is computer virus that has been used by the hackers to steal the important information by the govt. or from any organisation or to hack the bank accounts to capture their money or transfer their money in their account.

Hacker make this malware and do attack on the govt. sites to capture their whole data and then they demands for money to realise captured data.


Who Attacked from Wannacry Ransomware?

This attacked by the Wannacry:- Wannacry is a ransomware computer worm that targets the Microsoft Windows operating system. The virus was used to launch the WannaCry ransomware attack.

Update: Google Researcher Finds Links Wannacry Ransome's with North Korea 


How Ransomware can harm your Computer and to your Life?

In most cases, the malicious program infects computers through links or attachments in messages known as phishing emails.

"The age-old advice is to never click on a link in an email," said by a senior malware intelligence researcher at Malwarebytes, a San Jose-based company that has released anti-ransomware software.
"The idea is to try to trick the victim into running a malicious piece of code."

The malicious program is usually hidden within the links or attachments which come in emails. The clickbait might just compel the user to click on the link. When the user clicks on such links or downloads such documents, it is then when the malware is installed in the background without the knowledge of the user.

As we already mentioned that this kind of malware mostly attacks on the Windows Operation System like Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 etc and also on all Windows Operation Systems like on DOS also. So, this malware can hack all ATMs who runs on Windows OS and also can hack all servers who still depends only on the Windows OS. 


What would be it's Effect in India?

India is world's major country and also stands in the world's top 20 country and it's Economy also growing day by day, Many outside countries are coming in India for growing their business, so it's a leading mentor for across the world, that why they also can harm India too, as we also knows that mostly the ATMs in India is operating on the Windows. So, it can be harmful to India as well.


What do they want from us?

If hackers hack your site or any thing and then they want money to realise our site they always wants money in the BitCoin form. IF they are asking money to you, don't give money to them else they can hack another pc and they will ask money also from them.

do you know the rate of bitcoins?

This is Rate of Bitcoins to Dollars






Reaction from the peoples across the world who hacked by Wannacry Ransomware....

It happened Till Yet

My entire music collection from the past 11 years got encrypted by ransomware.
Is there anything I can do about it?
They’re asking for $500 for the decryption key.
My photos and videos of my wedding has been hacked and they contains some very private photos and video as well:
They are asking 50 Bitcoins to decryption key and give my data back?
He looked down and said a bitter „no”.


How to Protect Your Computer from Ransomware Attack?

1. Always Install Security Updates

If you are using any version of Windows, except Windows 10, with SMB protocol enabled, make sure your computer should always receive updates automatically from the Microsoft, and it’s up-to-date always.

2. Patch SMB Vulnerability

Since WannaCry has been exploiting a critical SMB remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2017-0148) for which Microsoft has already released a patch (MS17-010) in the month of March, you are advised to ensure your system has installed those patches.

Moreover, Microsoft has been very generous to its users in this difficult time that the company has even released the SMB patches (download from here) for its unsupported versions of Windows as well, including Windows XP, Vista, 8, Server 2003 and 2008.

Note: If you are using Windows 10 Creators Update (1703), you are not vulnerable to SMB vulnerability.


3. Disable SMB

Even if you have installed the patches, you are advised to disable Server Message Block version 1 (SMBv1) protocol, which is enabled by default on Windows, to prevent against WannaCry ransomware attacks.


Here's the list of simple steps you can follow to disable SMBv1:


  • Go to Windows' Control Panel and open 'Programs.'
  • Open 'Features' under Programs and click 'Turn Windows Features on and off.'
  • Now, scroll down to find 'SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support' and uncheck it.
  • Then click OK, close the control Panel and restart the computer.



4. Enable Firewall & Block SMB Ports

Always keep your firewall enabled, and if you need to keep SMBv1 enabled, then just modify your firewall configurations to block access to SMB ports over the Internet. The protocol operates on TCP ports 137, 139, and 445, and over UDP ports 137 and 138.


5. Use an Antivirus Program

An evergreen solution to prevent against most threats is to use a good antivirus software from a reputable vendor and always keep it up-to-date.
Almost all antivirus vendors have already added detection capability to block WannaCry, as well as to prevent the secret installations from malicious applications in the background.


6. Be Suspicious of Emails, Websites, and Apps

Unlike WannaCry, most ransomware spread through phishing emails, malicious adverts on websites, and third-party apps and programs.
So, you should always exercise caution when opening uninvited documents sent over an email and clicking on links inside those documents unless verifying the source to safeguard against such ransomware infection.

Also, never download any app from third-party sources, and read reviews even before installing apps from official stores.


7. Regular Backup your Files: (imp)

To always have a tight grip on all your important documents and files, keep a good backup routine in place that makes their copies to an external storage device which is not always connected to your computer.
That way, if any ransomware infects you, it can not encrypt your backups.


8. Keep Your Knowledge Up-to-Date (imp)

There's not a single day that goes without any report on cyber attacks and vulnerabilities in popular software and services, such as Android, iOS, Windows, Linux and Mac Computers as well.

So, it’s high time for users of any domain to follow day-to-day happening of the cyber world, which would not only help them to keep their knowledge up-to-date, but also prevent against even sophisticated cyber attacks.

Individuals and small businesses should: (in short)
  • Run Windows Update to get the latest software updates.
  • Update your windows to latest patches.
  • Make sure any anti-virus product is up to date and scan your computer for any malicious programs. It's also worth setting up regular auto-scans.
  • Back up important data on your computer in case it gets held for ransom.

What to do if WannaCry infects you?

If WannaCry ransomware has infected you, you can’t decrypt your files until you pay a ransom money to the hackers and get a secret key to unlock your file.

Never Pay the Ransom:

It’s up to the affected organizations and individuals to decide whether or not to pay the ransom, depending upon the importance of their files locked by the ransomware.
But before making any final decision, just keep in mind: there's no guarantee that even after paying the ransom, you would regain control of your files.

Moreover, paying ransom also encourages cyber criminals to come up with similar threats and extort money from the larger audience.

So, sure shot advice to all users is — Don't Pay the Ransom.


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