How do spammers work?

Spammers are the group of individuals that uses messaging systems such as social medias to send unsolicited electronic messages. Spammers use sophisticated tools to scan the web and harvest address. If you publicly post your email address or usernames online, a spammer will find it. They are good when it comes to making guesses. They (more…)

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How to verify domain ownership on google search console

One main reason for verifying ownership of your domain to google is because you want to use some of their services that requires verification like search console, gsuite, etcetera. To successfully verify your domain with google, you need to add a ‘txt’ record to your DNS configuration on your domain and verify its been added (more…)


What is a 404 Error?

If “HTTP Error 404: Not Found” is something that you’re far too accustomed to seeing when you’re online, read on to figure out what, exactly, the deal is! We’ve all been there, before. You’re making your daily rounds online, visiting sites that you traffic frequently. Maybe you’re reading news, the most recent movie reviews, or (more…)

503 Error

What is 503 Service Unavailable Error?

Arguably one of the most common errors people tend to encounter when browsing the Internet, it would be hard to find someone who has never seen Error 503 Service Unavailable on their screen. There are many different variations of this error, such as “503 Service Temporarily Unavailable”, “HTTP Server Error 503”, “HTTP 503”, “503 Error” (more…)

400 Error

What is Error 400?

The Web server (running the Web site) thinks that the data stream sent by the client (e.g. your Web browser or our HowDoYouTech robot) was ‘malformed’ i.e. did not respect the HTTP protocol completely. So the Web server was unable to understand the request and process it. It almost always means bad programming of the (more…)

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How to reopen closed tabs on chrome for PC

Have you ever had two or more tabs open in your web browser and closed one of them by accident, either with an errant mouse click or by simply closing the wrong one? I do it all the time, and it used to frustrate me to no end. But now I simply work a quick (more…)