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How to install Google Chrome in Linux

When it comes to web browsing, there is nothing better than Chrome. Talking about Linux we do have Chromium, from which the Chrome is built itself, but still Chrome wins the race by adding a lot more featured and 3rd party tweaks which Chromium fails to add. So today we are going to learn how to install Google Chrome in Linux (the ... Read More »

CALL OF DUTY ADVANCED WARFARE IS REAL

The new COD might seem a little too futuristic to some, but history of warfare tech has taught us  something completely different . This time we will be uncovering the tech behind the COD Advanced Warfare’s future of wars . The game features a vast array of tech some of which is not futuristic at all . EXO SUITS The ... Read More »

Watch Dogs Hacking in Real Life

WATCH_DOGS was this year’s one of the biggest release in the gaming industry because of its very innovative hacking game-play(because it is the only thing that you can use to counter enemies as the shooting mechanics are uber shity with the worst mini map i have ever seen) . The game takes place in Chicago, the whole city runs on a central system that connects everything ... Read More »

Understanding Ethical Hacking: Part 1

Before explaining this, let me explain what really hackers are. Most people think hackers are generally bad and cause harm to others. For an instance, some peope would even block you on social networks like Facebook if you tell them that you’re a hacker. Reason is simple, that they think you are bad and will hack their accounts (no offence, ... Read More »

Android boot process explained : How Android boots?

In previous and very first post of the blog, I told you about the booting process of Linux, here comes the Android as well! Android is an open source mobile operating system developed by Google Inc. and is based and operates on Linux kernel. There is a difference, Linux kernel is based on x86 architecture but almost all Android phones ... Read More »

Linux boot process explained : How Linux boots?

Linux is the most used open source operating system used today in personal desktops as well as in servers. In fact, most people do not know this, but Linux is a actually a kernel and the name full name of the operating system is ‘GNU/Linux’. It is open source and free, thus it gives an efficient manner for everyone to ... Read More »