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Day: November 14, 2020

How to Automatically Replace Data in a Web Response With Burp Suite – Technipages

[ad_1] If you’re testing a website with Burp Suite there are many changes that you can make to your requests and to the webpages you see. You can configure a number of automatic changes to be made to the responses you receive. The options can be found in the “Response Modification” section of the “Options”…
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Google: How to Delete Your Google Account – Technipages

[ad_1] Over time you’re likely to create a number of accounts on websites across the web. Given the scale of Google’s product range, it’s pretty likely that you have an account with them. Even if you only ever use a single Google service, your account works and is valid across the entire Google infrastructure. If…
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Top 5 Budget Keyboards – Technipages

[ad_1] Pretty much everyone uses a keyboard to interact with a computer as it’s the fastest way to interact. While some users may want to spend more on a high-end keyboard, many users will be perfectly happy saving a few bucks by getting a cheaper option. We’ve drawn up a list of our top 5…
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How to Set up a Proxy Listener in Burp Suite – Technipages

[ad_1] The primary purpose of Burp Suite is to intercept and modify web traffic as part of a penetration test. To be able to do intercept web traffic you need to configure your browser or operating system to redirect traffic through the Burp proxy. By default, the proxy starts with Burp and binds to the…
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Samsung Announces A New Chipset, The Exynos 1080, With 5G Support – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

[ad_1] Samsung has unveiled its Exynos 1080 SoC as a 5nm EUV (extreme ultraviolet) process-based chip that offers 5G support. This chipset is viewed as the successor to the Exynos 980 which launched with an integrated 5G modem. The octa-core processor has a 4+3+1 core configuration and a rather high display refresh rate. This chipset…
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How to Import Burp Suite’s HTTPS Certificate in Windows – Technipages

[ad_1] Burp Suite’s primary focus is to act as a web proxy for the purpose of analyzing and modifying web traffic, generally as part of a penetration test. While this is easy enough for plain text HTTP traffic it requires additional set-up to be able to intercept HTTPS traffic without constant certificate errors. Tip; Penetration…
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What’s the Difference Between Post and Get Requests? – Technipages

[ad_1] GET and POST are the two most commonly used HTTP request methods. Typically GET requests are used to request webpages while POST is used to send data to the webserver such as through a webform. Tip: While they are called HTTP methods, both GET and POST are also used in HTTPS. One of the…
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Samsung Galaxy M21s announced in Brazil alongside with Galaxy M51

[ad_1] Samsung Galaxy M21s unveiled as the company’s latest Smartphone with a 6.4″ FullHD+ Super AMOLED screen, 6000 mAh battery with 15W charging, a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, and it is powered by an Exynos 9611 processor. With the above listed specs and features, you will find out that it is similar and identical to the…
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Nokia 8 V 5G UW announced with mmWave support for Verizon in the US

[ad_1] Around March, HMD Global announced its first mid-range 5G smartphone – Nokia 8.3 5G Smartphone. And today, the company is introducing a mmWave version of Nokia 8.3 for Verizon in the US dubbed as Nokia 8 V 5G UW. The new Nokia 8 V 5G UW is totally identical to the previous generation, Nokia…
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Moto G 5G and Moto G9 Power announced with 16MP selfie shooter

[ad_1] Motorola announces its latest Smartphones, the Moto G 5G with 5000mAh battery and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, while the Moto G9 Power with 6000mAh battery and Snapdragon 662 processor. The Moto G 5G and Moto G9 Power runs on Android 10 OS out of the box, and features other similar specifications, such…
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This 2-in-1 wireless power bank and charging dock is 44% off today

[ad_1] Wireless charging is much more convenient than plugging in your phone every night. However, the charger itself usually has a cable. But what if you could truly cut the cord?  With the Naztech 2-in-1 Charging Dock, you can. This device has a detachable wireless pad that doubles as a 10,000mAh power bank. You can grab it…
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The Window Central 2020 Awards are in — these are all our winners

[ad_1] Simple, easy to use, with all the features you need. 2020 saw millions of people have to work, teach, and learn from home. Microsoft Teams skyrocketed in usage this year, hitting 115 million daily active users by November. Bundling Teams with Office turned out to be a brilliant decision by Microsoft, as many organizations…
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Windows Central Game Awards 2020: The game industry’s best and brightest

[ad_1] Welcome to the 2020 Windows Central Game Awards! This is our round-up of the best games and best gaming tech chosen by our illustrious panel of hardcore gaming writers and editors. As we are a Microsoft blog, everything compatible with Microsoft hardware or software is fair game for a nomination, as we look back…
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Destiny 2 players have broken into the Deep Stone Crypt raid early

[ad_1] A full week prior to the raid’s release on November 21, a group of Destiny 2 players from the r/raidsecrets subreddit have managed to break into the Deep Stone Crypt raid area on Europa early. This was achieved through use of exploits to get out of the map and then go back into it…
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This Masterclass Black Friday deal gives you a free All-Access Pass

[ad_1] With the holiday season nearly here, it’s time to start thinking about which gifts you might give to your family or friends this year. Now’s the best time to start shopping with Black Friday deals going live at various retailers, including a new offer at Masterclass on the Masterclass All-Access Pass. The pass unlocks…
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6 Best Leather Bands for the Apple Watch Series 6

[ad_1] The sleek and slim look of the Apple Watch Series 6 means that you can wear it everywhere, be it to your swimming sessions or an informal meeting with a business colleague. However, when it comes to attending formal dinners or social events, the default strap doesn’t pair well. And that’s when leather straps…
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Why Is It So Important to Use Different Passwords for Everything? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] I keep hearing that I’m supposed to use a different passwords for everything — a different one on every internet site where I have an account. What a pain! I can’t remember all of those passwords. Yeah, I know. You want me to use a password manager thing, but that seems like putting a…
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These are all of the best laptops Lenovo has to offer

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Best Lenovo Laptops Windows Central 2020 Lenovo’s myriad laptop lineups have seen some exciting improvements over the last few years, and there are a ton of best Lenovo laptops, whether you need something for general use, for gaming, for heavy design and development work, or the corporate world. For most people,…
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2 Best Ways to Create a Collage in Google Docs

[ad_1] The beauty of adding a collage in Google Docs is that, firstly, it saves space, and secondly, collages are easy to move as compared to individual images. You need to move or edit one single image, i.e., a collage instead of multiple images. Let’s check two methods to create a collage in Google Docs.…
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How to Get Extended GodMode in Windows 10

[ad_1] Previously, we have shared an article where we have discussed God Mode on Windows 10. If you haven’t yet read that article, then here’s a short explanation – Windows 10 has two control panels, the one you access via the Windows search, and the other one is kept hidden. The hidden Control Panel is…
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How to Manage WhatsApp Storage on iPhone and Android

[ad_1] WhatsApp is a preferred way to stay in touch with friends and family. Of course, there are several alternatives for messaging, and WhatsApp keeps including new features to keep its users engaged. Lately, WhatsApp has added some useful add-ons such as group video calls, stickers support, and more. All those features and forwards often…
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These are the best motherboards to use with the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X

[ad_1] Best Motherboard for AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Windows Central 2020 Getting the motherboard right in your PC build is important since it’s what determines what CPU you can use. The AMD Ryzen 5 5600X is a mid-range processor with 8 cores and 16 threads but can be used with A520, B550, and X570 motherboards.…
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Top 5 Ways to Fix Android Hotspot Keeps Turning Off

[ad_1] Sharing the internet from one portable device to another is convenient and often has its problems on any device in question. Be it a Windows computer, iOS devices (iPhone and iPad), or an Android smartphone; you’ll unexpectedly run into a glitch while using Mobile Hotspot someday. We have detailed resources on fixing mobile hotspots…
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Interview: Learn about the Build the Vote initiative in Minecraft

[ad_1] Source: Rock the Vote | Sid Lee If you happen to live in the U.S., then the discussion of politics has been practically unavoidable over the last few months due to the 2020 presidential election. A few weeks ago, we reported on Minecraft’s Build the Vote initiative, which had a singular focus built on…
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Samsung Galaxy A20s Vs Samsung Galaxy M31: Which Of These Samsung Devices Should You Pick?  – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

[ad_1] Today’s comparison gives us the gift of a sibling rivalry, as we have a Samsung Galaxy A20s vs Samsung Galaxy M31 match-up. Though both devices are from different time periods, they do serve up a number of interesting specs which we take a closer look at soon.   Pitting two Samsung smartphones against each…
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What We’re Watching: I Know, You Know, That ‘Psych’ Is a Great Show

[ad_1] USA Network … and I know, you know, that I’m riffing the theme song. Embrace this tv show, and bring a friend. The worst thing you could do is not watch Psych once again. I don’t know exactly why, but I’ve gone down the rabbit hole that is Psych again. It’s one of the best shows…
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How to Use “rm” in Linux – Technipages

[ad_1] The command line is the standard way to perform tasks in Linux. Some Linux devices, such as servers tend not to have any sort of graphic interface at all, requiring the use of commands to control it. Linux desktop computers tend to have a graphical interface to make them more accessible, but you generally…
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Pregnancy Tracking Is Coming to Garmin Watches

[ad_1] Garmin Garmin smartwatches and fitness trackers help users keep up with a ton of metrics outside of simple workouts, providing alerts regarding your level of stress, fitness, energy, rest, and fatigue. However, more recently, the company integrated menstrual cycle tracking, which has now expanded into pregnancy tracking. The feature will allow wearers to keep…
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Can You Disable 911 Emergency Calls on an iPhone?

[ad_1] If you’re thinking about letting a younger child use an iPhone, you might worry about them accidentally calling 911. Due to federal law, you can’t disable emergency calls completely, but there are ways to reduce your chances of dialing 911 accidentally. Here’s how—and why 911 is required on cell phones to begin with. Why…
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How to Reply to WhatsApp Message Without Appearing Online

[ad_1] If you have been using WhatsApp for a while, then we are pretty sure that once in a while, you might have wanted to reply to a message without appearing online. The reason could be anything like you don’t want others to see you online, or want to avoid long conversations. Whatever might be…
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Best HP Envy x360 13 Cases 2020

[ad_1] Best HP Envy x360 13 Cases Windows Central 2020 The HP Envy x360 13 is an excellent 2-in-1 that offers strong performance for a great price, and we absolutely think it’s one of the best Windows Laptops on the market right now. Because of that, you’re going to want to outfit yours with a…
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How to Collaborate on a YouTube Music Playlist

[ad_1] Google We often message links to new music we discover with friends. But sharing links is cumbersome, and if the recipient doesn’t open it immediately, the text can easily get lost in the shuffle. Fortunately, if you’re a YouTube Music subscriber, there are collaborative playlists. On YouTube Music, you have the ability to collaborate…
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Worlds Are Colliding: ‘Fall Guys’ Now Has ‘Untitled Goose Game’ Costumes

[ad_1] MediaTonic One of the biggest casual game hits of last year was Untitled Goose Game. One of the biggest casual game hits of this year is Fall Guys. You can see where this is heading, right? Tiny bean-shaped people terrorizing an English village… ahem, that is to say, tiny bean-shaped people dressed up as geese…
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10 Best Download Manager Extensions for Google Chrome

[ad_1] Google Chrome is definitely the best web browser available right now. Compared to every other web browser, Chrome is easy to use and simple. Another best thing about Chrome is its extension support. You will find extensions for every different purpose on the chrome web store. If you are using Google Chrome for a…
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How to Change Android’s Wallpaper Based on the Time of Day

[ad_1] Google Changing the wallpaper is one of the easiest ways to keep your Android device looking fresh. If you want to take things to the next level, you can set the wallpaper to change automatically throughout the day. We’ll show you how to set it up. There are a couple of ways you can…
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Now’s the Time to Apply to Compete on Season Two of ‘LEGO Masters’

[ad_1] Fox Do you fancy yourself a master of all things LEGO? Have you always wanted to be on TV in order to showcase your wisdom? Did you watch the first season of LEGO Masters and wonder, “Why didn’t I get an invite to this show?” Well, now’s your chance, because guess what? Applications to appear on Season…
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Get Lost in the Best Digital Worlds in These Fantastic Exploration Games

[ad_1] Mobius Digital, thatgamecompany, Unknown Worlds Entertainment Exploring the real world can be expensive, time-consuming, and dangerous. Exploring the digital world is all of those things… but losing an hour of game time, a few gold pieces, and a “life” doesn’t really hurt that bad. If you want to poke around some of the most…
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Are Smart Homes Worth the Investment?

[ad_1] Breadmaker/ShutterStock Converting to a smart home might seem expensive and complicated at first, but do the benefits outweigh the cost and hassle? Let’s check out why setting up a smart home is a good investment of your time and money. Convenience for (Nearly) Everyone Josh Hendrickson When you install smart lights, plugs, thermostats, and…
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MediaTek announces Dimensity 700 5G 7nm and Chromebooks chips

[ad_1] MediaTek announces its latest processor chips for mid-range Smartphones, it is the Dimensity 700 5G SoC built on the company’s TSMC 7nm process, and it also comes with a built-in 5G modem, still pushing for affordable 5G phones. The Dimensity 700 5G is coming months after Dimensity 720, featuring two Cortex-A76 cores operating up…
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How to Fully Customize the Windows 10 Taskbar (2020)

[ad_1] Although Windows 10 is not meant for customization, it does allow customization to a great degree. With proper tools, you can customize Windows 10 to a certain level. We have already shared a few articles on Windows 10 customization. You can check out those articles to give your Windows 10 a new look. As…
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Why Did ’90s PCs Have Keyhole Locks, and What Did They Do?

[ad_1] Benj Edwards Back in the 1990s, many IBM PC-compatible machines included cylinder locks on their cases right next to the Turbo and Reset buttons. What did these locks do, and why were they there? Let’s find out! The Land Before Passwords In the early 1980s, IBM PC-compatible computers were largely single-task, single-user machines that…
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How to Delete Backup Files in Windows 10

[ad_1] Windows provides its users with a feature that can be used to create a backup of all the files on the device. These backups include all the documents, music, pictures, videos, and desktop folders on your device. Using these backup files, you can restore all your important data in case you accidentally delete them…
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Samsung Galaxy M31s Receives One UI 2.5 Update With Camera Improvements – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

[ad_1] The Samsung Galaxy M31s, which was announced in July with the One UI 2.1 Core on the software front is currently receiving the One UI 2.5 update. This update has the build number M317FXXU2BTK1 and is around 748MB in size, it also brings the latest security patch. This new update brings Samsung keyboard enhancements…
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Report: Police operation at Ubisoft Montreal was due to hoax

[ad_1] A large police investigation that occurred at the Ubisoft Montreal offices Friday was the result of a hoax, the CBC confirmed with local police. There were reports initially of a possible hostage situation, but that couldn’t be confirmed by either Ubisoft or police. “We are aware of the situation and working with local authorities,”…
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