Japan officially accepted Bitcoin, and other digital currencies, as money. In particular, Japan recognizes them as having function similar to money. The specific legislation was at works for weeks and it is finally accepted. In addition, payments can be made directly to Bitcoin without the need of converting them to fiat currency. Banks will start investing in Bitcoin as assets for asset management and future gains.
Ransomwares are becoming very common since (apparently) only a small percentage is taking backups. Most people and organizations have valuable data laying in their hard drives without taking any backups. Creators of ransomwares are aware of this and they encrypt their files asking for money to provide them the key to unlock their files. In many cases, people and organizations are paying the ransom, creators make profit and they create more, more difficult to decrypt ransomwares. In this post we will provide the solution, how to encrypt some of the ransomwares, if you are the victim of those ransomware then you are luckier than others.
Edge Path Setter is a free and open source application that does one simple thing, it helps you set the default download path of Microsoft Edge web browser. There are many articles in the internet how to change it messing with the registry. This application gives you a nice user interface and helps you to not mess anything in the registry and cause other problems. It is also faster and more user friendly.
IQ Challenge is another challenging app and here we will post the solutions. All games posted in the website, including IQ Challenge, are played on Android. If the game exists on other platforms like iOS it will have the same answers. Do not continue reading if you are not interested of knowing the solutions of each level. If you are stacked, this post will help you continue playing.
This is similar to the previous games I posted the solutions. The post is for the first 50 stages and not for the PRO version. I play the games on my Android device so I don’t know if there is the same on iOS and if it has the same levels.
I was playing this Android game, it was funny until it started crashing. It was crashing after 50-80 levels and it was either resetting the score or starting over. I reported 2-3 crashes but after a while I just uninstalled it, enough is enough. This post contains all the solutions for the levels I was able to play. Excuse some mistakes if it is not 100% accurate. I hope you will find this post helpful and I wish it doesn’t crashes on your device.
I found some time during the holidays to play some games. One of them was the unbeatable IQ test. Some of the questions are logical, some others are tricky and some others have many solutions and you need to find the one the creator of the game wants as solution. Here you can find all the solutions. Let me know if you found this helpful or if you don’t understand how to pass a level.
I’ve been using Arvixe as hosting provider for more than a year and I had problems since day one. At first support was very good and they were responding fast. After few months, I saw all kind of errors, 404, 500, 503 and more. Support was delaying to answer and by then they couldn’t find the issues. A couple of months ago I had 2 tickets opened for almost a month without response. After this month I got an email, I was happy that finally someone will help me with my issues. The email was that they closed all tickets due to huge number and to open again if it is critical. Not helpful at all. The huge number of support tickets doesn’t make me feel better, but worse. It only means that it is not only me with problems but a lot of others.
I’ve created many posts to let the readers know which web browser is the best and most, if not all, of the times was Firefox. According to IT Pro, Firefox is still the best web browser out there and Mozilla made many changes since the last time. The comparison was done one month ago so it is up to date. I want to mention that the differences between the browsers are not big and it is a matter of preference. The main reason of my choice (Firefox) is the enhanced security and privacy, it proved it to me many times. Internet Explorer and Chrome auto accept any kind of certificate where Firefox doesn’t. Another reason is its add-ons, mostly because I hate ads so I want to block them. Google circumvented AdBlock Plus, one of the most popular ad blockers, to allow ads. The big plus of Firefox is that it is developed by Mozilla, a non-profit organization, and they have the user as priority and not the shareholders.