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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Protect your Browser with Password (Chrome & Firefox)

If you are a regular internet user mostly accessing the web from home, you must be having a significant number of passwords saved on your browser for quick access to your online accounts. By saving your passwords, the browser automatically fills in the password field during the login process. Usually, you can save multiple passwords on your browser, each corresponding to a specific website. These passwords are locally stored in your computer and can be accessed from within the web browser.
Lock Chrome Browser with Password
But what if someone gains access to your computer in your absence? The person can easily open the web browser and steal all your account passwords. It’s only wise to take the precautions necessary to defend against such snooping attacks. There are several ways to protect the saved passwords from being seen by intruders, or even prevent browser access altogether. Let’s explore our available options in this matter with regard to two popular web browsers out there.

Google Chrome

Passwords saved using Google Chrome are accessible from the Google Chrome Settings Menu. To view the saved passwords, one simply has to navigate to Menu >> Settings >> Show Advanced Settings >> Manage saved passwords (under Passwords and forms).
A pop up appears showing a list of websites along with the corresponding saved passwords (in hidden mode). Clicking on a particular website in this list reveals a Show button next to the corresponding masked password, which in turn reveals the password value in plain text.

 Master Password for Google Chrome

Password Manager Reauthentication - Google Chrome
Google initially did not include an option to set a Master Password (for protecting saved passwords) in Chrome. But the latest version of Chrome includes a new flag property to toggle Password Manager Reauthentication. This flag is available for both Windows and Mac versions of Google Chrome, but can be only toggled in the Mac version for now.

Password Manager Reauthentication

Password Manager Reauthentication-Chrome flag
What the feature basically does is that it invokes the Credentials Manager on your system whenever the Show button is clicked. The user then needs to enter the system password in order to view the saved passwords. If you’re a Mac user, you might already have the Password Manager Reauthentication flag enabled in Chrome. However, if the feature isn’t working for you, you can manually set it too.
  1. First, check whether you have the latest version of Google Chrome installed on your Mac. Update it if you don’t.
  2. Go to Menu >> Settings >> Show Advanced Settings >> Manage saved passwords, and check whether clicking on Show button requires any authentication or not. If it does, the flag is already enabled for you.
  3. If ‘Show’ button immediately reveals your saved passwords, you have to manually enable the reauthentication feature.
  4. Type chrome://flags on the browser’s address bar to navigate to the Flags page.
  5. Find out the Password Manager Reauthentication flag and set it to enable.
  6. Restart the browser to save your changes.
Alternatively, if you are a Windows user, you may have to wait some time before the feature arrives on the official Google Chrome for Windows. The flag property is already present in the current version but remains a Mac-only feature as of now.
However, if you want to try out Password Manager Reauthentication right now, you may go ahead and install the latest version of Google Chrome Canary on your computer. Chrome Canary is a pre-release version of the original Google Chrome meant for developers and early adopters and might have stability issues. This feature is already enabled by default in Canary. If it’s not enabled, you can follow the steps given below:
Disable Password Manager Reauthentication-Canary flag
  1. Type chrome://flags on the browser’s address bar to navigate to the Flags page.
  2. Find out the Disable Password Manager Reauthentication flag and set it to disable.
  3. Restart the browser to save your changes.
For this method to work, the user should already have set a system password. For more information on setting a Windows password, see here. The password will be visible only after the user has been authenticated.
Update: The “Disable Password Manager Reauthentication” flag is now available in the general release of Google Chrome for Windows. To use this feature, make sure you’re running the latest version of Chrome.

Lock Google Chrome with Password

Sometimes, you might want to lock Google Chrome with a password to prevent its unauthorized use while you are not around. The new version of Chrome now includes a new flag that lets you to lock down a browser profile with your synced Google account password. It’s a really handy feature to restrict users from accessing your user profile, which may contain bookmarks, extensions, saved passwords, active sessions and a lot of other personal data.
To use this new password feature, you need to follow the steps mentioned below:
  1. Type chrome://flags on the browser’s address bar to navigate to the Flags page.
  2. Look for the flag called Enable new profile management system and set it to enable.
  3. Click on the Relaunch Now button to restart Chrome and save your changes.
Once Chrome restarts, you’ll find a new label on the top right corner with the current user profile name. Click on the label to reveal additional options. To lock Chrome for the current profile, just click on the Lock icon within the pop up.
From now on, every time Chrome is launched, Chrome will ask for the Google account password linked to the particular user profile every time it is launched, until the profile is unlocked. However, users do have an option to browse as Guest, but that will just open a new user profile with all the default preferences.

Using Chrome extension

One aspect of this profile management system is that users need to manually lock their profile. If you want to lock Chrome automatically at the end of each browsing session, an extension called ChromePW is more convenient. ChromePW requires you to enter a password in the beginning of every browsing session. This password can be set from the extension’s options page. Follow the steps below to setup and use ChromePW for Google Chrome.
  1. Download and install ChromePW extension.
  2. After installation is complete, it should automatically open the configuration page. If it doesn’t, you can manually go to Menu >> Tools >> Extensions >> ChromePW Options.
  3. Here, you may set the password for ChromePW, and toggle other features like Auto Lock, Minimize, a Security Mode (which prevents it from being terminated by task managers) and set the limited number of login attempts. After this limit exceeds, Google Chrome will automatically close.
Using ChromePW will prevent unauthorized use of Google Chrome, as unless the correct password is entered on the start of every new session, the browser remains unusable. If the user tries to close the password prompt or open any other tab or window, Chrome will shut down automatically.
With ChromePW, you can also lock an active browsing session for temporary purposes. Just right click on the current webpage inside Chrome and select ChromePW. Chrome PW immediately locks down the browser and asks for the password.

Mozilla Firefox

Ideally, saved passwords on Firefox are accessible from Firefox Options under Security tab. You can click on the Saved Passwords button to open the list of sites with their passwords saved in Firefox. Clicking on Show Passwords reveals the previously hidden password field.

Firefox Master Password

Master Password
Mozilla Firefox already has a built-in Master Password feature. This password acts as the key to unlocking all passwords saved in Firefox and prevents unauthorized access to your saved passwords. When the Master Password is set up, Firefox will first ask for a password every time the Show Passwords button is clicked. The Master Password feature may be accessed from the Firefox Options menu.
  1. Go to Firefox Options >> Security tab and check on Use a master password checkbox.
  2. The Change Master Password will be enabled now. Click on it and set your new password.

Lock Firefox with Password

Usually, Master Password can only prevent users from viewing saved passwords on Firefox. But Master Password+ is a Firefox plugin that extends the functionality of Master Password. You can configure Master Password+ to make Firefox ask for the master password at startup. Firefox will then ask the user for the master password every time a new session is opened. The browser window opens only after authentication is successful.
Lock Firefox with Master Password
  1. To set up Master Password+ in Firefox, first download and install the plugin in Firefox.
  2. Go to Firefox Options >> Security tab and click on Change Master Password.
  3. The Master Password window now shows additional options at the bottom.
  4. Here, click on the Startup tab and check on Ask for password on startup.
  5. Remove the check on “Auto-logout in _ seconds” option.
  6. Firefox will now prompt for the master password when launched.
Web browsers store sensitive information in the form of account passwords, browsing history and other details. The features mentioned above will help you to keep it secured from potential intruders. Are you guys familiar with any other browser extensions and features that offer unique and preferably better security? If so, put your thoughts in the comments below.
Alternate best way(@Tested by ME

Secure Profile is a Google Chrome addon that allows you set up a password to protect your entire Goggle Chrome profile, this is much better than other Chrome privacy addons like Link Password, which only encrypts your bookmarks. After entering a password inside Secure Profile options, before anybody can use your browser they will have to enter the password too, this extension can be used to stop people from using your Internet browser. Different profiles can be set up, all of them with a different password.You could use one profile/personality to visit certain sites, like news, and switch to a different profile for sites like porn, the advantage would be that tracking cookies on that specific profile will be isolated from others.Google Chrome Secure Profile addonGoogle Chrome Secure Profile addonThis addon also protects your browser in Incognito mode when Google Chrome runs in RAM. It could be of use when sharing a computer at home to make sure everyone has their own settings and cookies, this is an easy solution to stop a noisy person from looking at your browser settings and history.Visit Secure Profile Chrome addon homepage

Tuesday, May 5, 2015


Xiaomi is selling their mi band for Re. 1 (only for first 1,000 buyers).  I got many mails and messages from my blog subscribers to create a javascript code to increase the probability of getting the mi band for Re.1.

So, I’m trying to create a javascript code for mi band. I can create the javascript code for that only few hours/minutes before the sale. Please bookmark and Visit this page 1 hour before the sale or Subscribe to my blog to receive the notifications.


setInterval(function(){ jQuery('a.btn').trigger('click'); console.log('Working...'); },10);

Note:Procedure is same as MI4i Trick used in my followed post.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Latest Tricks to Buy Xiaomi Flashsale Products in flipkart.com 100% Working.

Flipkart introduced Flash sale trend in India while launching Xiaomi mi3 . Now, Flipkart is following the same trend to sell all their Xiaomi phones like Redmi Note . You should register for the phone before itself. More than 2 lakh people will register for 40,000 phones. Only the first 40,000 customers who clicking the buy now button can buy the phone. Other people should wait for next sale. “Buy now” button will vanish in fraction of seconds. There are lots of tricks and hacks to click the button fast. But, All the tricks to buy Xiaomi phone will not work every time. Some of the tricks available in online are spywares. So, I have found a simple, yet powerful trick to add xiaomi phone in your cart.

setInterval(function(){ $('.jbv-reserve').trigger('click'); console.log('Working.. Dont press any key until we add your phone to your cart.'); },10);

The concept is simple. We should click the button as soon as it appears. So, Everyone is waiting for that button. But, What will happen if you write a script to click that button automatically every 10 milliseconds ?,That is the trick. 

The following javascript code will do that.


Goto this link before the sale.-->http://www.flipkart.com/mi/mi4i

Note :[Update] Flipkart made many changes to stop these kind of scripts. I have worked hard to crack their script.So, Please switch off the Adblock extension for my domain, if you are using adblock, adblock plus etc., If the sale will starts at 2 PM, Don’t forget to check my site at 1:55 PM.

Will it work on every sales ?

May Be… Because, Flipkart will change the tokens on every sales. So, I will update the above code on every sales here. So, Please Bookmark it and visit my blog before every sales or subscribe to my newsletter.

How to use it ?

It is very simple. Just open the xiaomi phone sales page 5 minutes before sales.

Right click and select “Inspect Element”
Goto “Console”
Paste the above code and press “Enter”. Thats it, Your phone will be added to your cart.
How it works ?

This code will run the function every 20 millisecond. That function will try to click the buy now button. If the button appears in the screen, then the phone will be added to your cart automatically.

For Demo Go Through This Video :(@Tested by ME)

Friday, May 1, 2015

How To Run Android Lollipop On PC Without VirtualBox

Android 5.0 “Lollipop” is the latest version of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. Unveiled on June 25, 2014 during Google I/O, it became available through official over-the-air (OTA) updates on November 12, 2014, for select devices that run distributions of Android serviced by Google (such as Nexus and Google Play edition devices).
How To Run?
First Download Android Lollipop v5.0 ISO & Unet Bootin App from below. You Need Flash Drive With 2 GB Minimum Size
1. Plug Your Flash Drive To The PC.
2. Open Unet Bootin App The One You Downloaded.
3. Choose “Disk Image” Option To Select The “Android 5.0″ ISO File The One You Downloaded.
4. Select Your Flash Drive To Copy The Boot Files From The Android 5.0 ISO File & Then Click On “OK” & Now Unet Bootin Should CreateYour Bootable Flash Drive With Android 5.0 System On It.
5. Restart Your PC & Boot From Your Flash Drive As Shown In The Video.
6. Chose First Option To Run Android 5.0 As You Can See.
7. Next Screen may takes 10-20 minute to load. so be patient and wait.
8. After that, Lollipop will start.
9. Enjoy!

If you found any problem with this then feel free to ask. (@Tested By ME)

Thursday, April 30, 2015

VPN (Virtual Private Network) technology lets a computer using a public Internet connection join a private network by way of a secure "tunnel" between that machine and the network. The most common case is a business allowing its employees to connect to its work network from home or from the road.
There are two principal ways to configure VPN. The first and more-common scenario, called outgoing, is setting up a remote computer to call into the office network. The second scenario, called incoming, occurs on the network side, where a computer allows secure connections from other computers. Windows 7 comes preloaded with the Agile VPN client, which makes setting up either kind of connection relatively easy.

Step by Step: Connecting to a VPN (Outgoing)

Step 1 Click the Start button. In the search bar, type VPN and then select Set up a virtual private network (VPN) connection.
Step 2 Enter the IP address or domain name of the server to which you want to connect. If you're connecting to a work network, your IT administrator can provide the best address.
Step 3 If you want to set up the connection, but not connnect, select Don't connect now; otherwise, leave it blank and click Next.
Step 4 On this next screen, you can either put in your username and password, or leave it blank. You'll be prompted for it again on the actual connection. Click Connect.
Step 5 To connect, click on the Windows network logo on the lower-right part of your screen; then select Connect under VPN Connection.
Step 6 In the Connect VPN Connection box, enter the appropriate domain and your log-in credentials; then click Connect.

Step 7 If you can't connect, the problem could be due to the server configuration. (There are different types of VPN.) Check with your network administrator to see what kind is in use--such as PPTP--then, on the Connect VPN Connection screen, select Properties.
Step 8 Navigate to the Security tab and select the specific Type of VPN from the drop-down list. You may also have to unselect Include Windows logon domainunder the Options tab. Then click OK andConnect.

Step by Step: Building a VPN (Incoming)

Step 1 Click the Start button, and, in the search bar, type Network and Sharing.
Step 2 Click Change Adapter Settings in the left-hand menu.
Step 3 Click File, and then New Incoming Connection.
Step 4 Select the users you'd like to give access to and click Next.
Step 5 Click Through the Internet and select Next.
Step 6 Select the Internet Protocol you'd like to use.
EXAMPLE:(@Tested by ME)
Step1:If you want to bypass internet from usa.goto this link www.bestvpnusa.com.
Step2:Copy Server,username,password.put them in connect vpn connection task.as shown top.
(For Everyday password has been changed in bestvpnusa.com)
Android VPN Process ure:
goto Settings-->select More-->select VPN-->Add VPN network-->give server name,type,address-->
all done-->select ur server name-->popup screen will appear-->you used to give username,password-->Connect-->If success one key type symbol appear on top.
Processure is same for all Phones

Thursday, April 23, 2015