Over the last week or so I've started to notice a lot of Tweets appearing on my main Twitter timeline advertising a link that supposedly shows you or lets you know who has visited your profile. Sounds too good to be true?
Well as I've been a Twitter developer for nigh on a decade, I can confirm that yes it is too good to be true. It's a massive, and potentially dangerous, scam. There is no(!) way to find out who has visited your profile at all.
And if you've 'authorised' this 'app' (their website address... [read more]
It's only recently been reported by Sky, that a numerous amount of their Android apps have been hacked and replaced on the Google Play Store. As you can see from the screenshot to the side, it's a group calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army. At the time of writing this up the affected apps are Sky Go, Sky+, Sky WiFi and the Sky News app.
Are you constantly getting messages from your followers on Twitter saying that you're sending them these fake messages, that're usually like "you ar famous now haha *facebook link*" or "Someone's talking about you *facebook link*"? Well a lot of people think these are caused by a virus on your computer. Well to be honest, I highly doubt they're spawned from viruses.
To stop any spam direct messages being sent from your account to your followers on Twitter, please check your "Apps" section in your "Settings" area, as it would 99.9% of the time be YOUR... [read more]
Alexandra Selas (8th May 23:13)
Thank you from 2020....
Charlie Phung (29th April 21:05)
When i try to use this method, i am getting error
"An Error occurred while applying security information to: C:hiberfil.sys".
and multiple similar error for the the other secure file...
Miki Katyal (27th April 10:42)
Been using the program since last year and it stopped working since 25th April. Could you please update it?...
Pateos (26th April 07:00)