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How to Get Your Page Double Listed in Google

Have you ever noticed indented listings on Google’s SERP or Search Results Pages? Those listings usually stand out and grab the attention of the visitor getting a heavy click through rates. Wondered how to get the same for your site? Here we go. Continue reading


Hack Facebook Accounts With Facebook Phishing Script – Undetected

Hacking someone’s Facebook account is always what everyone wants.So today we present you a tutorial on how to hack Facebook accounts with Facebook phishing scripts.This is a noob friendly method which can be used to hack anyone with just little social engineering.

So what is phishing?Phishing is a process of acquiring details of victim like usernames,emails,passwords,address etc by making a fake page login page that looks similar to original one.These types of attacks are often used to hack by giving some greed to the victim.Like login here to get your free amazon gift cards etc. Continue reading

How To Check If Your Domain Has Been Blacklisted By Google

Did your search engine traffic suddenly drop rapidly or are you about to purchase a domain name? it is always wise to check if your domain name has been blacklisted or DE-indexed by Google?

Be informed, there are several other reasons your website traffic could be dropping rapidly but it doesn’t hurt to check if your pages are still being indexed by Google.

How To Check If A Domain is blacklisted by Google

Manual Method

Simply perform a search in Google with “” i.e.

If no results are returned and your pages have already being indexed by Google previously, then there is a pretty good chance that the website has been removed from their index Continue reading

The real dangers of spear-phishing attacks

Spear-phishing attacks are delivered via a standard approach: email. They appear as ordinary emails. The body of the email may contain a link or an attachment. The immediate objective: to get you give up a little bit about yourself—your personally identifiable information (PII).

Spear phishing is targeted. The attackers did their research, usually through social engineering. They might already know your name or your hometown, your bank, or your place of employment—information easily accessed via social media profiles and postings. That bit of personalized information adds a lot of credibility to the email. Continue reading