62% of the Websites soon to be Vulnerable by December 2018

According to statistics from W3Techs, roughly 78. percent of all Internet sites today run on PHP.PHP is used by 78.9% of all the websites.Version 5 is used by 61.9% of all the websites.PHP78.9%Version 561.9%W3Techs.com, 14 October 2018Percentage of websites using PHPBut on December 31, 2018, security support for PHP 5.6.x will officially cease, marking the … Continue reading 62% of the Websites soon to be Vulnerable by December 2018

Multiple Levels of Internet

Internet is like a skill tree there are multiple levels to it, here's my understanding of it...Level 1: Google, HotmailLevel 2: P***Hub, XN**, incognito mode, GmailLevel 3: Wayback Machine, streaming sitesLevel 4: Torrents, shift-tab, ctrl-tab, ctrl-shift-tab, ctrl all the things! hotkeys, firewalls, ports can be selectively enabled, disabled, triggered, forwarded, and monitored, MLG and Twitch, … Continue reading Multiple Levels of Internet

Blockchain based community internet to render traditional ISPs obsolete

How blockchain can mobilize a community to provide Internet for each other and create a new sharing economy.The core principle is simple: Members of a community own the means for delivering Internet to each other.It can be summed up in four points:Users own all the wireless hardware necessary to form a large networkManagement of the … Continue reading Blockchain based community internet to render traditional ISPs obsolete

Responsive Web Design has altered the Standards of Web Desgining

 Today people are crazy about smart phones and tablets. These devices have multiple apps and are easy to use. There is a huge growth in sales of smart phones and tablet devices. Most people use these devices to surf Internet, read news or books, check mails, use social media, watch TV, play games, etc. Thus … Continue reading Responsive Web Design has altered the Standards of Web Desgining

Aaron Swartz’s ‘Guerilla Open Access Manifesto’ Is More Important Than Ever

“Information is power,” reads the first sentence of the Guerilla Open Access Manifesto, written by Aaron Swartz and other free information activists. It continues, “But like all power, there are those who want to keep it for themselves.” When Swartz unleashed the JSTOR database of research papers from the MIT campus, he probably couldn't have imagined … Continue reading Aaron Swartz’s ‘Guerilla Open Access Manifesto’ Is More Important Than Ever

Internet has lost its Early Spirit

The spirit of the internet when it was founded was all about freedom, openness, and connecting freely with your fellow man.That spirit got hijacked by the sociopaths that rule us (especially their intelligence agencies) and they hijacked the internet to make it work for the opposite of those early goals.Now if you want to communicate … Continue reading Internet has lost its Early Spirit