Month: January 2015

  • Disable irritating chrome zoom when pressing ctrl key

    I am in a habit of using gestures on my touchpad to scroll the webpages. Now as soon as a press Ctrl to get a new tab, My page zooms into 400%. So here’s how to disable pinch zoom/ scroll zoom on just google chrome.   Download AutoHotKey from here:   Once installed, import the following […]

  • Refreshing SQL Intellisense

    We all have been there when we run our script, update the functions but still our intellisense is not updated. This feature has been long there in SQL but mostly people don’t know about it. So here’s the magic trick.   Intellisense in SQL Server 2008 is a time saving feature. But sometimes while writing queries, […]

  • Using BEEF in Backtrack for XSS and Web Hacking

    Pretty simple way to setup BEEF in Backtrack.   Here it goes:  

  • Why passwords should not be stored on a mobile device

      Apps for mobile devices, like tablets and smartphones replace more and more the traditional desktops and notebooks for internet-based services. For a solid number of apps in the various App Stores it is nearly every time mandatory for the users to authenticate against the App (for using the services the App provides). This often […]

  • Why dual-core iPhone 6 is faster than 8-core Android phones

      There is something strange going on in the world of smartphones. At a time when every company is talking about their phones powered by 8-core processors, Apple continues with a dual-core processor in the iPhone 6. Just two cores in the iPhone 6! Sounds implausible for one of the most expensive phones in the […]