• X

    Safety

    How to Use Facebook Safely : Fb Security Tips

    March 1, 2011
    default-thumb

    We have talked a lot about Facebook safety in the past and one of the easiest way to keep yourself secure online is by knowing how do hackers hack. I’m extending ShoutMeLoud Facebook security tips by adding some useful tips to use Facebook safely. Before we move ahead, I recommend you to read Harsh guide on How to secure Facebook account, which will give you some extra safety tips. Online predators, possible employers, bullies. These are ...

    Continue Reading →

    How do Hackers Hack your Passwords?

    November 28, 2010
    default-thumb

    Many of you might have been victims of your email accounts being hacked, or your Facebook password not working. This maybe because your password might have been hacked by the Hackers. One way to keep your self secure is by knowing how do hackers hack password and what all methods and software’s they generally use. By knowing how hackers can get into your account, you will be in better situation to understand what are the possible ...

    Continue Reading →

    How to Protect Your Online Identity

    September 24, 2010
    default-thumb

    This is guest post by TechMaish.com, you can also write for ShoutMeLoud, Read ShoutMeLoud guest blogging guidelines. One of the most sensitive issues one can ever come across and should be aware of his/her online identity, even a common lay man using the computer for the very first time should be aware of this sensitive detail at all times. Usually when we are browsing the net, we come across different and very attractive sites that ...

    Continue Reading →

    How to Remove Third Party Access to Twitter Account: Security Tip

    September 3, 2010
    default-thumb

    Twitter changed the authentication method from Password to OAuth. This means any third-party need authentication via Twitter to access your Twitter account and you can see list of all third-party Twitter apps, which need authentication. Specially this will remove your hassle of sharing username and password to any app and increase security of your account. If some application turns out to be spammy, you can always remove it from your Twitter account setting page. In ...

    Continue Reading →

    5 Tips to keep yourself Safe and Secure While Surfing Internet

    April 20, 2010
    default-thumb

    We wrote many articles about anti-virus softwares on Shoutmeloud. The main reason for making you aware about these anti-virus softwares was to make your online surfing secure. But just downloading Anti-virus software on your system is not enough, you need to secure your system by other threats which can easily hack your personal details or confidential documents from your system. If you are connected to internet, there are chances that you might face hacking problem. ...

    Continue Reading →

    Public Awareness: Safeguard your self from Phishing Email

    February 20, 2010
    default-thumb

    Email has always been the most used tool for marketing and despite of it’s pros it has it’s own cons. Once your Email details get into any spammer database, in no time you can expect tons of phishing Emails. That includes fake emails from your banking account, from PayPal and most commonly you won lottery mails. How common it is now-a-days when you receive an Email from any bank saying your password has been changed ...

    Continue Reading →

    Find your Recurring Pay list in Paypal

    November 17, 2009
    default-thumb

    Paypal is one must have transaction tool for any internet marketer and I have been using it from quite long. Many website let you link your account with paypal, so that they it will automatically make the payment every month. This is good but many times when you cancel your account from that merchant or service, they scam you and charge you again from paypal. You have the option to create a ticket using paypal ...

    Continue Reading →

    Google Webmaster Added Malware Detection Tool For Hacked Infected Websites

    October 13, 2009
    default-thumb

    Hacked websites are most common problem faced by any webmaster and most of the time it is done by malicious spyware and bots. Though to safeguard the safety of visitors Browsers like Chrome, Mozilla shows a warning about it. Google finally understand that most of such cases are not done by intentionally and therefore Google has rolled out a new feature in Google webmaster tool. This new lab feature will have two things : Fetch ...

    Continue Reading →
    `