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Use Email For Threating Others

By Rile at April 17, 2010 | 12:23 am | 0 Comment

Facing a problem of many emails and want to take a revenge from that person ? Use just a simple tricks and send as many as spam messages in his email box to make his life hell.Just watch this video demo and learn the more...

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How To Prevent Hacking Of Your Websites

By Rile at March 25, 2010 | 12:57 am | 0 Comment

Internet is used by many peoples for spam or hacking of other sites by many different tricks which we are not aware of. What hackers do is they launch into your websites and have hidden links inserted into the pages for their spam sites to rank highly in the search engines. Its targeted keyword terms will make your site rankings go down once the search engines are on more...

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How To Avoid Twitter DM Spam Scam

By Rile at February 22, 2010 | 12:43 am | 0 Comment

Got fed up with Twitter DM spam, use these few tricks to avoid those spam scam. Ways To Avoid Twitter DM Spam Scam below: Don’t open any DM links that seem remotely weird, that ask questions, starts with “hey,” or has links in general… especially links ending in .info Use common sense- if you see xsgay. something in a link, it’s probably not a good more...

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How To Identify Tweetspam

By Rile at February 12, 2010 | 2:05 am | 0 Comment

Spam is a big problem for all of internet users and now new phenomena is tweetspam.We led to internet risk because we dont know how to identify it,here are some tips to identify tweetspam. "Spam tweets can be easily identified because they include links to an external URL. In some cases, the links are transparent (e.g., http://www.nomoredatingpigs.com); in others, more...

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Take some caution whenever you got an e-mail invitations to join social networking websites

By Rile at December 22, 2009 | 9:27 pm | 0 Comment

Take some caution whenever you got an e-mail invitations to join social networking websites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or MySpace before joining them. Even if you know the sender and name of a social network to which you've been invited, before you click on an invitation response link, take few minutes because it could be misleading. Some Tips: First see more...

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