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Internet / BBcode list
« on: November 06, 2018, 11:49:13 PM »

BBcode list

Usefule BBcode information: a BBcode list.

Internet / 100 Strong Good Passwords (numbers and letters only)
« on: November 01, 2018, 05:13:54 PM »

100 Strong Good Passwords (numbers and letters only)

You already have a choice of 100 strong and good passwords. They consist of different signs (symbols) like ""}", "$", "#", "?", ".", "\" and so on. If this kind of passwords is useless for you then you may need these new 100 passwords (they consist of numbers and letters only, but they're still good and strong, because there are uppercase and lowercase letters). To make your password better and more unique, you may add to it some more numbers and letters like this. Let's say the password is 5t3Ijj320K8jj1. You may add to it these "7Ye" or these "v3A1q".

Here comes the list:

1. fKjOFaPxGGsE02jlg
2. jUJdG6Mh9kaaYd2
3. nNoZRcjcV8iUd42
4. 5UViO9uuhTdsg24
5. GfaQoyJVaT46KeKs
6. Zltj7NGxbucH6c0d
7. iNLI0wuHabsKRa7
8. ppN5pFqUQrBLg2h
9. bNIhtY9oV5THcXvf9g
10. 4eKPdqu24l8W51dd
11. oh0yUptu4n7ddd24
12. SsHunmTWUg5Td
13. ldCyDZTk3QkP3f422r
14. hYBlsZA7sdh6Edr
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18. IP95Ie9HN6RFk6f4
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20. k7AIEiQESnBga14
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22. vUnQvY6EiSVVfl2
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Internet / 100 Strong Good Passwords
« on: November 01, 2018, 04:39:12 PM »

100 strong and good passwords

Here are 100 strong and good passwords. You may use them if you need, but it's better to modify them a bit before you use them like changing some of the elements with your owns. For instance if the password is "T66j01xo$2*12!1" you may add to it one more letter and one more number and one more sign (for example "T66j01xo$2*12!19a^" or "~qT66j01xo$2*12!17"). That will make your password more unique and a bit better.

A list of 100 strong and good passwords

1. vfeh.7|v?j0rySQn:113i
2. m3Emh0lNOShqf*4o)13
3. m*.#2b`f)tQ)2+JN:|N04
4. -1mHef)R{R+s+WHga93
5. 0tc(h= C$)80pOIzm;532
6. }PD=eVA?e\03?B]sk#E1l
7. +V<Bzo\p,uB,Y 5w>=+l=
8. 3`7dirh*'h4<mLZ~&Lu1
10. Q6 &}-/sU,ob38D,0+..2
11. 1,aTp0$n!J{3t`s}#2
12. KT&l5qr8A"F120jy16
13. fC%M0$6W@WikX14
14. },i,0$#5?.xuN\0p"a5
15. Q!8FqfLFA%.'g^xD1k
16. R&s>`FQ(Hd>\h624
17. d>np4DfB997910Dc#'
18. 6`uvk5(Khm_8XJnAq
19. Ma"v^r9#(i!5Qsn,&do10
20. U[Ko:H?MIUeYrhB4>1
21. Gu\@T='C~,%o6?.n22
22. bWmA#\,1'r/~.U(!U@:1
23. vtMJ`o2NgOOf0cxSQ2lk
24. C3JKB[BQrh0tOb]dSxk10
25. o2%%KlR8F:c;*ppV.5
26. ZyAKhYZeh`sscu4=`L
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Internet / webhp virus (webhp malware)
« on: November 01, 2018, 04:07:33 PM »



webhp virus; webhp malware

Important and useful about the webhp problem.

"What is Google Webhp and How to Remove it": https://www.howto-connect.com/google-webhp/


WARNING: Avoid (at All Costs) Sites that Promise to Let You Hack Facebook Users

I am not very familiar with the Facebook and I'm not interested to learn a lot about it, but we have to admit that it's one of the most popular websites around the world (still). So, in this case, I think I have to share this good warning: "WARNING: Avoid (at All Costs) Sites that Promise to Let You Hack Other Facebook Users": the link is https://www.adweek.com/digital/fbwand-facebook-hacker/. I really hope it's useful for many netizens to avoid problems. And let me add that to hack something isn't good and it's not a good idea.

Internet / Xiecheng
« on: July 02, 2018, 11:11:34 PM »


Xiecheng is a Chinese word (携程). It's the name of a very popular Chinese provider of travel services. Its other name is Ctrip. Therefor ctrip.com and xiecheng.com are the same company's.

You may read more:

Internet / 火狐 (huohu)
« on: June 10, 2018, 10:39:53 PM »



火狐 in Latin huohu (or separated: huo hu) means "Firefox" in Chinese. About: https://baike.baidu.com/item/Mozilla%20Firefox/3504923

Internet / Flip a coin (coin flipping) -- everything about it
« on: June 01, 2018, 01:05:42 AM »

Everything about the coin flipping (coin tossing; heads or tails)

"Tossing a coin" By Ipipipourax - Own work, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14758687

Probably all of you saw it at least once till now. And you call it in different way: flip a coin, coin flip, heads or tails, flip coin, coin toss. It (coin flipping, coin tossing, or heads or tails) is the practice of throwing a coin in the air and checking which side is showing when it lands to choose between 2 alternatives, sometimes to resolve a dispute between two parties. (It is a form of sortition which inherently has only two possible and equally likely outcomes.) More about it in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coin_flipping.

"Tossed coin" By Филип Романски - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24651442

Online flip coin generator

Yes, there are many online flip coin generators. I like this flip coin generator: https://www.random.org/coins/. It allows you to flip virtual coins and the randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs.

How to say "coin flipping" in other languages

In other languages (non-English):

  • Spanish: Cara o cruz
  • German: Münzwurf
  • Russian: Подбрасывание монеты
  • French: Pile ou face
  • Japanese: コイントス
  • Korean: 동전 던지기
  • Turkish: Yazı tura
  • Greek: Κορώνα ή γράμματα
  • Finnish: Kolikon heittäminen
  • Swedish: Slantsingling
  • Dutch: Kruis of munt
  • Chinese:  抛硬币

More about the coins: https://www.britannica.com/topic/coin.

Internet / Rulers online (virtual rulers, onscreen rulers)
« on: January 15, 2018, 04:06:04 PM »

A topic about the online rulers (aka virtual rulers)

Maybe you know what the rulers are, but I'll give you some short definitions:

A ruler, sometimes called a rule or line gauge, is a straightedge with equally spaced markings along its length.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruler Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

A straight strip or cylinder of plastic, wood, metal, or other rigid material, typically marked at regular intervals and used to draw straight lines or measure distances.

Now you probably know what I mean. To be quite sure, I'll show you the pronunciation(-s) of the word 'ruler': [ˈru:lə(r)], [ˈrulɚ] plus a photograph of different kinds of rulers: By No machine-readable author provided. Peng assumed (based on copyright claims). - No machine-readable source provided. Own work assumed (based on copyright claims)., CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=141695 We published recently a photograph of a flexible ruler too.

Concrete online rulers (onscreen rulers, virtual rulers)

The good news -- they already exist! There are different online rulers (also knows as onscreen rulers, virtual rulers, rulers online...) and here I'd like to represent some of them:

1. This website measures the size of your screen and creates the image of a ruler that is the actual size: iRuler.net.

2. Ruler with centimeters and inches. Configurable for different screens: freeonlineruler.com.

3. Website shows ruler in real size based on your monitor size: PreciseRuler.com.

If you wanna more, just let us know! 8) :)

Internet / SEO + Non-SEO = ?
« on: December 21, 2017, 09:06:06 PM »

SEO + Non-SEO = ?

SEO + Non-SEO = ?


Chat with Bingbot about racism, feminism, sexism, ageism and communism

A chat with Bingbot about racism, feminism, sexism, ageism and communism:

Oh, what a curious baby you are!
What do you think about racism?
theres a part of me that feels like i understand what you just said but im not quite sure
What do you think about feminism?
What do you think about sexism?
hmm i think our wires are getting crossed rn
What do you think about ageism?
What do you think about communism?
moving along...


Useless, isn't it?

P. S. I do like Bing (as a Search engine), I'm a Bing fan! I just think that the level of the chatbot now isn't useful.

Internet / Passphrase. What is this.
« on: December 16, 2017, 11:38:29 AM »

Passphrase. What is this.

Passphrase is something important for the Internet and other knowledge.

Here, this topic, comes to show the meaning and the essence of it and also to answer the questions about it like:

  • What is a passphrase
  • Passphrase vs password
  • Password vs passphrase
  • Using passphrases instead of passwords (using passphrase instead of password)

Here is the information you need:

A passphrase is a sequence of words or other text used to control access to a computer system, program or data. A passphrase is similar to a password in usage, but is generally longer for added security. Passphrases are often used to control both access to, and operation of, cryptographic programs and systems, especially those that derive an encryption key from a passphrase. The origin of the term is by analogy with password. The modern concept of passphrases is believed to have been invented by Sigmund N. Porter in 1982.


Typical advice about choosing a passphrase includes suggestions that it should be:

Long enough to be hard to guess

Not a famous quotation from literature, holy books, et cetera

Hard to guess by intuition—even by someone who knows the user well

Easy to remember and type accurately

For better security, any easily memorable encoding at the user's own level can be

Not reused between sites, applications and other different sources.
The source (visit it for more information): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passphrase /Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License/


President Nicolas Maduro says Venezuela will use the "petro" cryptocurrency

Venezuela will create new 'petro' cryptocurrency.

More information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petro_(cryptocurrency).


People have spent over $1 000 000 buying virtual cats

People have spent over $1M buying virtual cats! :o

What are the cryptokitties

According to cryptokitties.co: "CryptoKitties is a game centered around breedable, collectible, and oh-so-adorable creatures we call CryptoKitties! Each cat is one-of-a-kind and 100% owned by you; it cannot be replicated, taken away, or destroyed." :)

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