How to remove unwanted popups ads

It usually happens a lot time that whenever you browse/visit some website(s) you get an unwanted ad popup which is very annoying and it sometimes redirect you to some other site which have some unwanted or inappropriate content. Mainly malwares are responsible for such unwanted ads and popups.Most of the time when we download some cracked version of software or download things that we get in our emails (email ads) ,we unknowingly install these malwares which affects our computer. In this tutorial you will learn how to remove unwanted ads from Firefox, or how to remove unwanted ads from any browser.



Method 1 - Install a popup blocker called "Adblock Plus" :

From this method you will also get rid of banner/video ads from a website/YouTube
  1. Go to https://adblockplus.org/en/ 
  2. Install the plugin
  3. Done

Methods 2 - Clean up your browser with "CCleaner" :

This will clean the up the unwanted registry which is causing popups
  1. Go to https://www.piriform.com/ccleaner
  2. Download and install the softaware
  3. Open it and click on "Run Cleaner" button (It will automatically choose the best settings to clean your desire web browser)
  4. Done

Method 3 – Remove unwanted softwares

Removing unwanted toolbars/softwares that are causing popups :
  1. Go to the control panel
  2. Uninstall it

5 Useful Google Chrome Apps




One of the reason why Google chrome is so popular isits mind blowing Apps which makes our task much easier. In this post we will share 5 usefull Google Chrome Apps that you will surely find very useful.

1. Buffer - With Buffer, you can share links and photos on multiple social media websites in one go. You can post stuff to Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, App.net and Google Plus pages.Buffer not only makes it easy for you to post content, it also help you track the performance of your shared links.

2. Mighty Text - MightyText lets you send and received SMS text messages directly from Gmail or Facebook on your computer. All you need to do is install the Mighty Text app on your Android phone. Mighty Text offers a chat style widget inside Gmail and here you can read through your existing text messages or write new

3. Clipular - Clipular is a wonderful screen clipper for the web – you press Alt twice and capture anything on the current web page. Once a screenshot is captured, the image is automatically uploaded to your private Clipular dashboard along with the title and source link of the current page.


4. Disconnect Me - Online advertisers and Internet companies are tracking your activity on the Internet, not for the purpose of snooping but for serving you more personalized search results and more targeted advertising.Disconnect Me is a simple Chrome add-on that will automatically block advertising companies, analytics services and search engines from tracking you online. There’s no configuration required and as soon as you install the add-on, the tracking is suspended.

5. Web Timer - Web Timer is a Chrome extension that will help you keep track of how you’re using your time online. It tracks what websites you are visiting and how many minutes you spend looking at each of them. There’s some intelligence built in for more accurate data. The background timer is only activated when Google Chrome is in focus and your computer isn’t left in an idle state for more than 30 seconds.

Hacking Your Way Through Web Sockets [Advanced]


The Most interesting thing I found in some WebSocket applications is that, The Connection establishment in Web Sockets is not taken by BurpSuit, Whereas the messages/information sent or received after the connection establishment are caught. It holds true for some applications only, take WebSocket's Echo For Example.This happens because, The Authentication needs are already generated, just the connection is to be made. But In other cases, You'll find WebSocket Requests inside the HTTP/1.1 request if you take a look at it with BurpSuit.
It looks something like this,
REQUEST
GET /chat HTTP/1.1
Host: server.example.com
Upgrade: websocket
Connection: Upgrade
Sec-WebSocket-Key: x3JJHMbDL1EzLkh9GBhXDw==
Sec-WebSocket-Protocol: chat, superchat
Sec-WebSocket-Version: 13
Origin: http://example.com

RESPONSE
HTTP/1.1 101 Switching Protocols
Upgrade: websocket
Connection: Upgrade
Sec-WebSocket-Accept: HSmrc0sMlYUkAGmm5OPpG2HaGWk=
Sec-WebSocket-Protocol: chat

According to Wikipedia,WebSocket is designed to be implemented in web browsers and web servers, but it can be used by any client or server application.The client sends a Sec-WebSocket-Key which is a random value that has been base64 encoded. To form a response, the magic string 258EAFA5-E914-47DA-95CA-C5AB0DC85B11 is appended to this (undecoded) key. The resulting string is then hashed with SHA-1, then base64 encoded. Finally, the resulting reply occurs in the header Sec-WebSocket-Accept.

Once the connection is established, the client and server can send WebSocket data or text frames back and forth in full-duplex mode. So, WebSockets make their connection with the origin,[Origin: http://example.com]   Here, Tweaking it will help us to steal the Websocket key.  And SocketPuppet Chrome Extension Helps to edit the WebSocket's Requests and Response in Real Time!

But Unfortunately, Not Many Applications use WebSockets, Maybe in Future. But AJAX is still the dominant Real Time Data updating mechanism(If you compare it with WebSocket, mechanism is the right word). So, Do Checkout Socket Puppet. And also check out websocket.org   For Examples of Applications Which use Websockets.



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