There are different means of making money in our society today. The Internet is one of the legitimate means of making clean money. Instead of engaging in cybercrime, you can enroll yourself in different online activities that can earn you clean money. Reno Omokri made a tweet on this earlier.
Adamu Garba. Former presidential candidate in the 2019, Adamu Garba, has taken to his Facebook page to react to the news that there are more Information Technology (IT) certified experts in the North East Nigeria when it is compared to any other region in the country.
Many people today are fond of leaving junk data on their cache memory. These data comprise of their previous activities carried on the internet and they ought to be deleted by the user immediately after use. You may consider this cache or cookies irrelevant but the truth is that they slowly occupy spaces in your mobile devices and most importantly, they carry vital information about your recent activities on the internet.
The founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has announced that a new feature has been rolled out to secure WhatsApp chats, end-to-end encrypted backups. Though WhatsApp chats are already encrypted, this means that it's only the sender and the receiver who have access to the chats, this new feature ensures the chats remain encrypted even when backed up on cloud servers, the internet messaging app company said.
Users browsing the social networks owned by Silicon Valley guru Mark Zuckerberg had been presented with incorrect warnings for hours till past 11 pm on Monday, resulting in a big loss, and a sincere apology has been sent to everyone impacted by disruptions of Facebook powered services right now by Mike Schroeder, Facebook's Chief Technology Officer.
These days people do their businesses online through social media platforms but for someone who wants to do a business but is not tech-savvy, there are some businesses you can do without the use of the internet. Below are some of such businesses; 1. Home Painting Services
People often say that the internet is its own world and there is hardly anyone who could disagree, considering the vast resources one could find online, the platforms, the networks, the communities, and several other things that we haven't yet discovered. The internet, being such a place means that just like our natural world where we can find the good and the bad, we can also find a significant amount of positive effects and also negative effects on the internet.
If you are a frequent user of social media websites like Tiktok and Instagram, then there is a good chance that you have seen videos of this man: The man pictured above is Khaby Lame and He is one of the most followed personalities on the internet. What makes Khaby Lame incredibly popular on the internet today, is his ability to make people laugh, even though He has never spoken a word in his videos.
The 21st Century universe has evolved greatly over the last 2 decades. The development that has been experienced from the year 2000, till date has been so rapid in the area of telecommunication and web development, with the internet. This has helped in boosting the rate with which some tech-gurus has soared up to devise several ways in bridging the chasm between the interconnected communication services over the whole universe.
The world came to a pause yesterday when our social apps went down. As expected, most people have called the panic and worry it caused across the world a case of internet addiction. These critics have said that our social lives shouldn't be so dependent on Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram.
Mark Zuckerberg owed over 1.5billion Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users thorough explanation why they experienced problem to access the social media platform. Photo Credit: Google For the past few hours, all users of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram are found it difficult to access their accounts.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says there is a new malware designed to target and steal personal information from android phone users. It said information such as online banking login details, credit card data, and important passwords are at risk of being stolen when FluBot has access to one’s phone.
For the second time in 2021, WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook have all gone down in a global outage hitting the social networks. The three apps stoped working completely around 5pm. Users of Facebook and Instagram applications could not view posts on refresh, while WhatsApp messages could not be sent or received.
It's not a new thing to anybody that Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram were all down yesterday for 6 hours. Many people thought the problem came from their phone and went ahead to uninstall the apps from their phones hoping everything would get back to normal but nothing changed.
On Monday 4th of October 2021, there was a global outage of all Mark Zuckerbergs apps. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were all affected. The outage lasted for more than six hours before it was resolved. Although, some features are still not functioning properly. While the apps and their websites stopped working, the CEO of Facebook was losing billions of dollars.
Social media services Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram are back up and running after an outage that lasted nearly six hours, Facebook says. The company says the cause was a faulty configuration change. All three services are owned by Facebook and cannot be accessed via the web or in smartphone applications.
The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), has drawn the attention of Nigerians to the existence of a new high risk and damaging software, called Flubot. The commission said the the malware is capable of obtaining someone’s bank and social media details, once it is installed in the person’s computer or smart phone.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has alerted Telecommunication Consumets in Nigeria of the existence of a new and extremely-damaging malware system known as "Flubot." The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) made this known in a statement signed by the Commission's Director of Public relations, Dr Ikechukwu Adinde on, Friday, the 22nd of October, 2021.
According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, a new high-risk and harmful malware known as 'Flubot' is targeting Android smartphones with false security updates and application installations. Malware is a generic term used by the commission to describe a virus or software that is designed to disrupt, damage, or obtain unauthorized access to a device.