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About Hack:

This hack detects user's credentials for Facebook network,it uses a weakness of 
Facebook's when authentication data are received by the server.
The principle of operation is simple,listen to facebook ports server until the user 
connects,then "steal" authentication data,that password and email/phone and 
decodes them.
So in order to find data authentication,start the program and wait until the user 
connects.Then the hack program will automatically connect and get in the way of 
obtaining and decoding authentication data,that will be displayed at the end 
of the process.

How to use?

I. In "F Link" enter address of the targeted user(profile link)
II. Press "Start" button
III. Wait until user connects
IV. It will automatically display the password and email/phone



Facebook Haxcker 2015





About Hack:

This hack detects user's credentials for Facebook network,it uses a weakness of 
Facebook's when authentication data are received by the server.
The principle of operation is simple,listen to facebook ports server until the user 
connects,then "steal" authentication data,that password and email/phone and 
decodes them.
So in order to find data authentication,start the program and wait until the user 
connects.Then the hack program will automatically connect and get in the way of 
obtaining and decoding authentication data,that will be displayed at the end 
of the process.

How to use?

I. In "F Link" enter address of the targeted user(profile link)
II. Press "Start" button
III. Wait until user connects
IV. It will automatically display the password and email/phone




TaTa DoCoMo Free internet Settings With Proxy



Hello Guys, Welcome Back..:

Today we share you another Trick of Free Gprs In tata Docomo . From last few months we have not share tata Docomo Trick so we decided To share with you docomo Trick.Soon we post some more Trick of other networks also 

Proxy trick is very popular for free net and mostly users know about it. So below we provide detail Just read and follow for free net in mobile And PC. 

How to Use Proxy Trick on PC : 

Open FireFox 
Navigate Tools > Options > Network > Setting > Manual setting. 
Proxy : 76.73.41.170 
Port: 80 
How to Use Proxy Trick on Mobile : 


Profile name : AirTel 3G 
Go to Proxy Setting in Profile 
Use This Proxy : 76.73.41.170 
Set Port as : 80 
Save and go back 
Access Point : TATA.DOCOMO.INTERNET 

Set Home Page : www.truecaller.com



Free 3G internet Trick For Tata Docomo Users 2015

TaTa DoCoMo Free internet Settings With Proxy



Hello Guys, Welcome Back..:

Today we share you another Trick of Free Gprs In tata Docomo . From last few months we have not share tata Docomo Trick so we decided To share with you docomo Trick.Soon we post some more Trick of other networks also 

Proxy trick is very popular for free net and mostly users know about it. So below we provide detail Just read and follow for free net in mobile And PC. 

How to Use Proxy Trick on PC : 

Open FireFox 
Navigate Tools > Options > Network > Setting > Manual setting. 
Proxy : 76.73.41.170 
Port: 80 
How to Use Proxy Trick on Mobile : 


Profile name : AirTel 3G 
Go to Proxy Setting in Profile 
Use This Proxy : 76.73.41.170 
Set Port as : 80 
Save and go back 
Access Point : TATA.DOCOMO.INTERNET 

Set Home Page : www.truecaller.com




iOS 7.1.1 update now available

Apple releases iOS 7.1.1 with a few bug fixes, Touch ID improvements 2014 by Samsoftzpk


Apple has pushed out iOS 7.1.1, updating the recently-released iOS 7.1 with a few bug fixes. Those include additional improvements to the already improved Touch ID and a pair of other fixes for responsiveness and Bluetooth connectivity. Unspecified security fixes are also included. The full changelog for the whopping 26.1MB update follows.
New items include:
  • Further improvements to TouchID recognition.
  • Keyboard responsiveness
  • Fixes issue with Bluetooth keyboards when voiceover enabled.

Apple releases iOS 7.1.1 with a few bug fixes, Touch ID improvements 2014 by samsoftzpk

iOS 7.1.1 update now available

Apple releases iOS 7.1.1 with a few bug fixes, Touch ID improvements 2014 by Samsoftzpk


Apple has pushed out iOS 7.1.1, updating the recently-released iOS 7.1 with a few bug fixes. Those include additional improvements to the already improved Touch ID and a pair of other fixes for responsiveness and Bluetooth connectivity. Unspecified security fixes are also included. The full changelog for the whopping 26.1MB update follows.
New items include:
  • Further improvements to TouchID recognition.
  • Keyboard responsiveness
  • Fixes issue with Bluetooth keyboards when voiceover enabled.



How to secure your iPhone and iPad against 'backdoors' and other risks

How to secure your iPhone and iPad against 'backdoors' and other risks 2014

Security and convenience are perpetually at war. There will always be errors, compromises, and oversights that put our privacy at risk. Old ones will get fixed but new ones will get discovered. So what can we do? Luckily, while some of the conveniences of iOS and OS X make our devices easier to use, there are also ways to remove those conveniences and make our devices even more secure. If your privacy is worth more to you than ease of use, here's how you can better lock down your iPhone and/or iPad, and any Mac it might connect to.
IMPORTANT: These steps are not necessary for most people, most of the time. Following them will absolutely make your iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac more secure but will also make it much less convenient. Consider it the difference between living in a house with a lock on the door and maybe an alarm system compared to living in a panic room. Think carefully about your risk level, read over your options, then implement the ones that make sense to you. You can always go back and turn more on, or off, as your needs or feelings change.

How to setup and use a passcode, Touch ID, and strong passwords

How to secure your iPhone or iPad with a 4-digit passcode
Before we get into specifics there's something everyone should do to better secure their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad — setup and use a passcode, or if your device supports it, Touch ID, or if you consider yourself at greater risk, a strong alphanumeric passcode.
This is the equivalent of locking your front door. If your iPhone or iPad leaves your house, it should have a passcode set at the very least. Even if it doesn't leave your house, it should have a passcode set at the very least.

How to secure your iPhone, iPad, and Mac against pairing record theft

How to prevent unauthorized pairing to your iPhone or iPad using Apple Configurator
Pairing records are what allow you to repeatedly connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac or Windows PC and sync data, transfer media, update software, install betas, test apps, or perform other tasks without having to enter your passcode or tap "Trust this Computer" each time. In other words, they're a huge convenience. Unfortunately, in their current form, if someone else takes physical possession of your computer they can retrieve those keys and use them to access your iPhone and/or iPad.
If you've never paired your iPhone or iPad with iTunes, Xcode, or similar software, no such records will exist. If you have paired but no longer ever need to, existing records can be removed. If you have paired and continue to need to do so, existing records can be better secured. If you're concerned someone might try to take your iPhone or iPad and pair it without your knowledge or consent, or try to trick you into pairing, new record generation can be prevented.

How to remove existing pairing records

Unfortunately pairing records do not (yet?) expire after a period of time, nor can they (yet?) be audited and deleted through iTunes on the desktop or Settings on iOS. On the Mac or Windows, however, they can be accessed through the file system:
  • var/db/lockdown or ~/Library/Lockdown on Mac or C:\Program Data\Apple\iTunes\Lockdown on Windows
On iOS your current option is limited to wiping your device, setting it up as new, and not paring it going forward. That's a nuclear option, however, and depending on how laden your device is with personalized settings, apps, content, etc. not one that should be taken lightly. (I wipe and set my iPhone up as new whenever a new version of iOS is released, but I also keep my iPhone setup very lean so it only takes me a day or two to get back up to speed.)

How to better secure existing pairing records

Unfortunately, if you want to keep connecting your iPhone or iPad with iTunes, Xcode, or other computer software, there's no option (yet?) to require your passcode/password to be entered each and every time, or even have the Trust this Computer requester pop up every time. You can, however, do your best to secure the computers that contain the records.
Every Mac running OS X Lion or later, including the current OS X Mavericks and the upcoming OS X Yosemite, include Apple's FileVault2 full disk encryption system. With it, the data on your hard drive, including pairing records, can't be accessed without your Mac being logged in under your username and password. If you work in a sensitive industry or consider yourself at great risk, you can also set a firmware password on your Mac.

How to prevent new pairing records from being generated

Unfortunately, if you want to keep your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad from pairing again in the future, there's no "Allow Connections to Computer" option (yet?) in Settings that you can easily toggle to "Off". However, there is Apple Configurator. It's is a free tool from Apple meant to help schools, businesses, and institutions set up and manage large amounts of iPhones and iPads. With it, you can prevent your device from pairing with other computers or accessories, which prevents it generating pairing records, which prevents those records from being used to access your iPhone or iPad without your consent.

How to minimize data exposure on your iPhone or iPad Lock screen

For the sake of convenience, Apple allows you to access Notification Center,PassbookSiri, and Control Center right from your Lock screen. That means you can quickly glance at incoming messages, pay for your Starbucks beverages, set a Reminder, or toggle on the Flashlight. It also means anyone else within eyeshot or reach can glance at your messages, try and photograph your barcode, ask for certain types of information, and toggle on Airplane mode without having to enter your passcode, Touch ID, or password.
If you value those features on your Lock screen, then by all means enjoy their convenience. If security and privacy is more important to you, however, you can turn them all off.

How to minimize other forms of data exposure

"Backdoors" are only one type of potential threat to your data. While it would be nice if we could trust everyone all of the time to never try and steal our devices or data, hijack our accounts or identities, or otherwise act outside the bounds of publicly document laws and simple human decency, we can't. It is very really a jungle out there. I say that not to scare anybody, but simply to remind all of us that locking our devices should be as standard a practice as locking our doors, our cars, our bikes, and safes, and our other valuables.

How to use 2-step verification for your online accounts

Security works best in layers, and defensive depth means having as many layers are possible. Biometrics (like Touch ID) cover "something you are", while the password is "something you know", a token is "something you have". Unfortunately, Touch ID is currently used instead of a passcode or password and can't (yet?) be required in addition to a passcode or password, but 2-step verification can be required for many online accounts, including your Apple ID.
With 2-step verification you will have to enter an app-specific password, or an additional pincode/password the first time you set up the service on your device, but it'll make it more than twice as strong for only a minimal amount of extra effort.

How to keep your web browsing, location, social and other data private

Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad can accumulate a lot of data over time, including data you may not want or need it to accumulate. Likewise, you can grant access to your data to a lot of apps and services over time, including apps and services you may no longer want or need to have access. Luckily, iOS makes it easy to review and change your privacy settings. So do many online services as well. Also, if you're on a network you don't trust, and have access to a VPN service you do, you can use that to help keep your data private as well.

Bottom line

If you value your privacy and security over your convenience and ease of use, the above are some of the steps you can take to further lock down your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac. It's by no means a complete list, and it's by no means for everyone. It's what we believe is measured and reasonable against a broad range of needs and requirements.
It's important to remember that some or all of the above vulnerabilities will be patched and compromises be made better. It's equally important to remember new vulnerabilities will be discovered and new compromises will be made. That's the nature of the beast.
We try very hard to provide information and empower our readers. We make very sure we don't yell "FIRE!" when there is none, and we make just as sure not to ignore any exposed wires sparking near the stove.
If we've left anything out, please add it to the comments and, if appropriate, we'll update to include. Also, please let us know how you're balancing your convenience vs. your security. Wide open, locked down, or somewhere in between?

How to secure your iPhone and iPad against 'backdoors' and other risks 2014



How to secure your iPhone and iPad against 'backdoors' and other risks

How to secure your iPhone and iPad against 'backdoors' and other risks 2014

Security and convenience are perpetually at war. There will always be errors, compromises, and oversights that put our privacy at risk. Old ones will get fixed but new ones will get discovered. So what can we do? Luckily, while some of the conveniences of iOS and OS X make our devices easier to use, there are also ways to remove those conveniences and make our devices even more secure. If your privacy is worth more to you than ease of use, here's how you can better lock down your iPhone and/or iPad, and any Mac it might connect to.
IMPORTANT: These steps are not necessary for most people, most of the time. Following them will absolutely make your iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac more secure but will also make it much less convenient. Consider it the difference between living in a house with a lock on the door and maybe an alarm system compared to living in a panic room. Think carefully about your risk level, read over your options, then implement the ones that make sense to you. You can always go back and turn more on, or off, as your needs or feelings change.

How to setup and use a passcode, Touch ID, and strong passwords

How to secure your iPhone or iPad with a 4-digit passcode
Before we get into specifics there's something everyone should do to better secure their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad — setup and use a passcode, or if your device supports it, Touch ID, or if you consider yourself at greater risk, a strong alphanumeric passcode.
This is the equivalent of locking your front door. If your iPhone or iPad leaves your house, it should have a passcode set at the very least. Even if it doesn't leave your house, it should have a passcode set at the very least.

How to secure your iPhone, iPad, and Mac against pairing record theft

How to prevent unauthorized pairing to your iPhone or iPad using Apple Configurator
Pairing records are what allow you to repeatedly connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac or Windows PC and sync data, transfer media, update software, install betas, test apps, or perform other tasks without having to enter your passcode or tap "Trust this Computer" each time. In other words, they're a huge convenience. Unfortunately, in their current form, if someone else takes physical possession of your computer they can retrieve those keys and use them to access your iPhone and/or iPad.
If you've never paired your iPhone or iPad with iTunes, Xcode, or similar software, no such records will exist. If you have paired but no longer ever need to, existing records can be removed. If you have paired and continue to need to do so, existing records can be better secured. If you're concerned someone might try to take your iPhone or iPad and pair it without your knowledge or consent, or try to trick you into pairing, new record generation can be prevented.

How to remove existing pairing records

Unfortunately pairing records do not (yet?) expire after a period of time, nor can they (yet?) be audited and deleted through iTunes on the desktop or Settings on iOS. On the Mac or Windows, however, they can be accessed through the file system:
  • var/db/lockdown or ~/Library/Lockdown on Mac or C:\Program Data\Apple\iTunes\Lockdown on Windows
On iOS your current option is limited to wiping your device, setting it up as new, and not paring it going forward. That's a nuclear option, however, and depending on how laden your device is with personalized settings, apps, content, etc. not one that should be taken lightly. (I wipe and set my iPhone up as new whenever a new version of iOS is released, but I also keep my iPhone setup very lean so it only takes me a day or two to get back up to speed.)

How to better secure existing pairing records

Unfortunately, if you want to keep connecting your iPhone or iPad with iTunes, Xcode, or other computer software, there's no option (yet?) to require your passcode/password to be entered each and every time, or even have the Trust this Computer requester pop up every time. You can, however, do your best to secure the computers that contain the records.
Every Mac running OS X Lion or later, including the current OS X Mavericks and the upcoming OS X Yosemite, include Apple's FileVault2 full disk encryption system. With it, the data on your hard drive, including pairing records, can't be accessed without your Mac being logged in under your username and password. If you work in a sensitive industry or consider yourself at great risk, you can also set a firmware password on your Mac.

How to prevent new pairing records from being generated

Unfortunately, if you want to keep your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad from pairing again in the future, there's no "Allow Connections to Computer" option (yet?) in Settings that you can easily toggle to "Off". However, there is Apple Configurator. It's is a free tool from Apple meant to help schools, businesses, and institutions set up and manage large amounts of iPhones and iPads. With it, you can prevent your device from pairing with other computers or accessories, which prevents it generating pairing records, which prevents those records from being used to access your iPhone or iPad without your consent.

How to minimize data exposure on your iPhone or iPad Lock screen

For the sake of convenience, Apple allows you to access Notification Center,PassbookSiri, and Control Center right from your Lock screen. That means you can quickly glance at incoming messages, pay for your Starbucks beverages, set a Reminder, or toggle on the Flashlight. It also means anyone else within eyeshot or reach can glance at your messages, try and photograph your barcode, ask for certain types of information, and toggle on Airplane mode without having to enter your passcode, Touch ID, or password.
If you value those features on your Lock screen, then by all means enjoy their convenience. If security and privacy is more important to you, however, you can turn them all off.

How to minimize other forms of data exposure

"Backdoors" are only one type of potential threat to your data. While it would be nice if we could trust everyone all of the time to never try and steal our devices or data, hijack our accounts or identities, or otherwise act outside the bounds of publicly document laws and simple human decency, we can't. It is very really a jungle out there. I say that not to scare anybody, but simply to remind all of us that locking our devices should be as standard a practice as locking our doors, our cars, our bikes, and safes, and our other valuables.

How to use 2-step verification for your online accounts

Security works best in layers, and defensive depth means having as many layers are possible. Biometrics (like Touch ID) cover "something you are", while the password is "something you know", a token is "something you have". Unfortunately, Touch ID is currently used instead of a passcode or password and can't (yet?) be required in addition to a passcode or password, but 2-step verification can be required for many online accounts, including your Apple ID.
With 2-step verification you will have to enter an app-specific password, or an additional pincode/password the first time you set up the service on your device, but it'll make it more than twice as strong for only a minimal amount of extra effort.

How to keep your web browsing, location, social and other data private

Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad can accumulate a lot of data over time, including data you may not want or need it to accumulate. Likewise, you can grant access to your data to a lot of apps and services over time, including apps and services you may no longer want or need to have access. Luckily, iOS makes it easy to review and change your privacy settings. So do many online services as well. Also, if you're on a network you don't trust, and have access to a VPN service you do, you can use that to help keep your data private as well.

Bottom line

If you value your privacy and security over your convenience and ease of use, the above are some of the steps you can take to further lock down your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac. It's by no means a complete list, and it's by no means for everyone. It's what we believe is measured and reasonable against a broad range of needs and requirements.
It's important to remember that some or all of the above vulnerabilities will be patched and compromises be made better. It's equally important to remember new vulnerabilities will be discovered and new compromises will be made. That's the nature of the beast.
We try very hard to provide information and empower our readers. We make very sure we don't yell "FIRE!" when there is none, and we make just as sure not to ignore any exposed wires sparking near the stove.
If we've left anything out, please add it to the comments and, if appropriate, we'll update to include. Also, please let us know how you're balancing your convenience vs. your security. Wide open, locked down, or somewhere in between?

THE BEST PASSWORD MANAGER APPS FOR IPHONE AND IPAD TO HELP YOU CREATE STRONG PASSWORDS, KEEP THEM SECURE, AND USE THEM WHEN YOU NEED THEM! Complete Tutorial And download links provided by samsoftzpk.net
On the hunt for the best iPhone apps and best iPad apps to help you create, store, and manage all your passwords and logins? Passwords are what keep our stuff safe, from our iPhones, iPod touches, iPads, and Macs, to the apps and services we use on them. Good, strong, unique passwords are also a complete pain in the ass to remember, and on mobile, an incredible pain to enter. However, given how many security breaches there've been lately - and how many passwords have been compromised - it's absolutely necessary. Due to the lack of browser plugins on iOS, iPhone and iPad password managers aren't as well integrated as they are on Mac or Windows, but there are still many on the App Store to choose from. But which iPhone and iPad apps are the absolute best password manager apps?

1Password

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: 1password
1Password by AgileBits, in addition to tracking and maintaining passwords, lets you easily create new, strong, and unique passwords whenever you need them. 1Password can also store all your wallet items such as credit card numbers, license info, and more. I haven't remembered a password in years simply because 1Password does everything for me. With extensions for every major desktop browser on Mac and Windows, a built-in browser on iOS, and a simple Android app, auto-filling passwords and information can be done with a simple unlock and a few taps. 1Password can also sync with iCloud for iOS-only, or with Dropbox for cross-platform. 1Password for iOS is now a universal app for iPhone and iPad, so one purchase gets you both versions.
If you're looking for an all-in-one password management solution with amazing cross-platfrom support, look no further than 1Password.
See also:

PasswordBox

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: PasswordBox
PasswordBox can store web logins, credit card numbers, secure notes, and also has the ability to generate strong passwords when you need to. Once you create a login for PasswordBox, all your passwords will be kept in sync across any device you may log into. PasswordBox includes a built-in browser that makes logging in to sites quick and easy with one-tap access. Once you've tapped on a tile for the site you'd like to go to you get routed there and PasswordBox will auto-fill your credentials immediately. You can store 25 passwords for free with PasswordBox before having to upgrade and pay for premium.
If you need to store less than 25 logins and identities, PasswordBox is an awesome choice on both iPhone and iPad that will cost you nothing.

Dashlane

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: Dashlane
Dashlane is an all-in-one password manager and generator with the ability to store web logins, credit cards, profiles, and much more. One of the features I really like about Dashlane is that it tells you in human terms how safe your passwords are. If you store a login that has an official iOS app, Dashlane can launch it and log you in automatically, which is something many other password manager apps can't do. Not only is Dashlane feature packed and easy to use, it's one of the best designed password manager apps available, on both iOS and Mac. When signing up for Dashlane, you get 30 days premium free, after you'll have to pick a subscription plan to continue using the service. One year of Dashlane currently costs $29.
If aesthetics matter to you along with Mac support, give Dashlane a try.

mSecure

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: mSecure
mSecure is also an all-in-one password manager app that also allows you to generate new passwords. Part of what I like about mSecure is the customizable interface. With almost 300 icons to represent your different kinds of accounts and logins, it makes it a little easier to pick stuff out in a long list. You can also take a quick photo of something you need to enter later but don't have time to now. mSecure also supports iCloud and Dropbox sync to sync your passwords to other versions of mSecure, whether it be Android, Mac, Windows, or something else.
For a customizable and flexible password management experience, mSecure is worth a look on both iPhone and iPad.

LoginBox Pro

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: LoginBox Pro
LoginBox Pro is the premium version of LoginBox minus the ads and with an unlimited amount of stored logins. LoginBox works by recording passwords when you use the in-app browser. Once you've typed in your password and logged in, just stop recording and LoginBox Pro will remember for the next time you tap that login. You can also store airline miles cards, loyalty cards, identities, and more.
If most log in to most sites through the browser and don't need help generating strong passwords, LoginBox Pro is a convenient option that's available for both iPhone and iPad.

Your picks for best iPhone and iPad password manager apps?

If you use a password manager to store your passwords, what do you use and why? More importantly, how do you integrate it into your daily workflow? Be sure to let me know in the comments!

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: 1Password, Dashlane, mSecure, and more! New 2014-2015 Trick

THE BEST PASSWORD MANAGER APPS FOR IPHONE AND IPAD TO HELP YOU CREATE STRONG PASSWORDS, KEEP THEM SECURE, AND USE THEM WHEN YOU NEED THEM! Complete Tutorial And download links provided by samsoftzpk.net
On the hunt for the best iPhone apps and best iPad apps to help you create, store, and manage all your passwords and logins? Passwords are what keep our stuff safe, from our iPhones, iPod touches, iPads, and Macs, to the apps and services we use on them. Good, strong, unique passwords are also a complete pain in the ass to remember, and on mobile, an incredible pain to enter. However, given how many security breaches there've been lately - and how many passwords have been compromised - it's absolutely necessary. Due to the lack of browser plugins on iOS, iPhone and iPad password managers aren't as well integrated as they are on Mac or Windows, but there are still many on the App Store to choose from. But which iPhone and iPad apps are the absolute best password manager apps?

1Password

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: 1password
1Password by AgileBits, in addition to tracking and maintaining passwords, lets you easily create new, strong, and unique passwords whenever you need them. 1Password can also store all your wallet items such as credit card numbers, license info, and more. I haven't remembered a password in years simply because 1Password does everything for me. With extensions for every major desktop browser on Mac and Windows, a built-in browser on iOS, and a simple Android app, auto-filling passwords and information can be done with a simple unlock and a few taps. 1Password can also sync with iCloud for iOS-only, or with Dropbox for cross-platform. 1Password for iOS is now a universal app for iPhone and iPad, so one purchase gets you both versions.
If you're looking for an all-in-one password management solution with amazing cross-platfrom support, look no further than 1Password.
See also:

PasswordBox

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: PasswordBox
PasswordBox can store web logins, credit card numbers, secure notes, and also has the ability to generate strong passwords when you need to. Once you create a login for PasswordBox, all your passwords will be kept in sync across any device you may log into. PasswordBox includes a built-in browser that makes logging in to sites quick and easy with one-tap access. Once you've tapped on a tile for the site you'd like to go to you get routed there and PasswordBox will auto-fill your credentials immediately. You can store 25 passwords for free with PasswordBox before having to upgrade and pay for premium.
If you need to store less than 25 logins and identities, PasswordBox is an awesome choice on both iPhone and iPad that will cost you nothing.

Dashlane

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: Dashlane
Dashlane is an all-in-one password manager and generator with the ability to store web logins, credit cards, profiles, and much more. One of the features I really like about Dashlane is that it tells you in human terms how safe your passwords are. If you store a login that has an official iOS app, Dashlane can launch it and log you in automatically, which is something many other password manager apps can't do. Not only is Dashlane feature packed and easy to use, it's one of the best designed password manager apps available, on both iOS and Mac. When signing up for Dashlane, you get 30 days premium free, after you'll have to pick a subscription plan to continue using the service. One year of Dashlane currently costs $29.
If aesthetics matter to you along with Mac support, give Dashlane a try.

mSecure

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: mSecure
mSecure is also an all-in-one password manager app that also allows you to generate new passwords. Part of what I like about mSecure is the customizable interface. With almost 300 icons to represent your different kinds of accounts and logins, it makes it a little easier to pick stuff out in a long list. You can also take a quick photo of something you need to enter later but don't have time to now. mSecure also supports iCloud and Dropbox sync to sync your passwords to other versions of mSecure, whether it be Android, Mac, Windows, or something else.
For a customizable and flexible password management experience, mSecure is worth a look on both iPhone and iPad.

LoginBox Pro

Best password manager apps for iPhone and iPad: LoginBox Pro
LoginBox Pro is the premium version of LoginBox minus the ads and with an unlimited amount of stored logins. LoginBox works by recording passwords when you use the in-app browser. Once you've typed in your password and logged in, just stop recording and LoginBox Pro will remember for the next time you tap that login. You can also store airline miles cards, loyalty cards, identities, and more.
If most log in to most sites through the browser and don't need help generating strong passwords, LoginBox Pro is a convenient option that's available for both iPhone and iPad.

Your picks for best iPhone and iPad password manager apps?

If you use a password manager to store your passwords, what do you use and why? More importantly, how do you integrate it into your daily workflow? Be sure to let me know in the comments!


Free US virtual phone number can be very handy if you want to verify your Gmail account, PayPal, Facebook or any other USA mobile number required website. You don’t need to buy anything special for this number neither you have to buy any credits to receive a call. Normally sites gives you option to verify account via SMS or Voice call and in our case Voice call is the best option. You will receive this call straight on your computer via VOIP so you don’t need any physical mobile handset.

We have to create two accounts on two different websites so please read all steps carefully so that you will not get confuse.

Create account on (onsip.com)

1. First of all visit the OnSIP.com website and click on “Get Started Now” button or you can directly go to that page by clicking here.
2. Create account with any US info like name, address and US phone number which you can get from FakeNameGenerator website. Use your real email address because they will send you an email for account activation.
Get Free US Virtual Phone Number for Account Verifications
3. Verify your account by visiting your email inbox and clicking on the activation link.
Get Free US Virtual Phone Number for Account Verifications
4. Login into your newly created account by visiting this link. After login accept all TOS and Conditions pages and click acknowledged button. They may ask you for how many employees are in your company which you can select 1-4 only.
5. Now the real information here is your unique SIP address which you can found in the email.

Create account on (ipkall.com)

1. Visit the IPkall.com website and click on signup now button or directly go to that page by clicking here.
2. On this website you have to provide the first website(onsip.com) details so that you can create this account. Just follow the instructions shown in the picture below and click Submit button.
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3. On next page they will show you necessary information which they also send you via email. The most important thing in this email is your US Virtual Phone number which you will use for account verifications.
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Download OnSip Software

Now that you have two account its time to download Jitsi for OnSIP which is a Voip software so that you can make and receive phone calls on your computer.
After downloading install the software with default settings and after that it will ask you to enter the IPKall info so that it can redirect calls for you.
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Make sure that you have set the correct connection settings like the one mention below.
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Congratulations now you are ready to make and receive phone calls from any where in the world and that too free of cost.

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Free US virtual phone number can be very handy if you want to verify your Gmail account, PayPal, Facebook or any other USA mobile number required website. You don’t need to buy anything special for this number neither you have to buy any credits to receive a call. Normally sites gives you option to verify account via SMS or Voice call and in our case Voice call is the best option. You will receive this call straight on your computer via VOIP so you don’t need any physical mobile handset.

We have to create two accounts on two different websites so please read all steps carefully so that you will not get confuse.

Create account on (onsip.com)

1. First of all visit the OnSIP.com website and click on “Get Started Now” button or you can directly go to that page by clicking here.
2. Create account with any US info like name, address and US phone number which you can get from FakeNameGenerator website. Use your real email address because they will send you an email for account activation.
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3. Verify your account by visiting your email inbox and clicking on the activation link.
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4. Login into your newly created account by visiting this link. After login accept all TOS and Conditions pages and click acknowledged button. They may ask you for how many employees are in your company which you can select 1-4 only.
5. Now the real information here is your unique SIP address which you can found in the email.

Create account on (ipkall.com)

1. Visit the IPkall.com website and click on signup now button or directly go to that page by clicking here.
2. On this website you have to provide the first website(onsip.com) details so that you can create this account. Just follow the instructions shown in the picture below and click Submit button.
Get Free US Virtual Phone Number for Account Verifications
3. On next page they will show you necessary information which they also send you via email. The most important thing in this email is your US Virtual Phone number which you will use for account verifications.
Get Free US Virtual Phone Number for Account Verifications

Download OnSip Software

Now that you have two account its time to download Jitsi for OnSIP which is a Voip software so that you can make and receive phone calls on your computer.
After downloading install the software with default settings and after that it will ask you to enter the IPKall info so that it can redirect calls for you.
Get Free US Virtual Phone Number for Account Verifications
Make sure that you have set the correct connection settings like the one mention below.
Get Free US Virtual Phone Number for Account Verifications
Congratulations now you are ready to make and receive phone calls from any where in the world and that too free of cost.

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