Thursday, 29 June 2017

Phyno VS HushPupy: Zoro joins fray!

Achikolo crooner, Zoro has joined the ongoing social media fray between Phyno and HushPupy. The Igbo rapper threw his weight behind Phyno warning the Malaysian-based big boy not to set foot in South East.See his furious twits below.








One Peom for the Day

Phyno, HushPuppy fight dirty on social media!

King of The East, Phyno, and Malaysian-based Nigerian big boy, HushPuppy are currently at each other's jugular on social media. The war of words started yesterday with HushPupy sharing a post on Snapchat in which he accused Phyno and Iceprince of wearing fake wristwatches.  HushPupy wrote:





However, it appears Phyno does not have the grace to remain silent. The Play Maker today threw hot words at HushPupy in reply. Read the epic reply below.

 



 



Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Epic Break up

As shared on Twitter by @1567Bryan


Examination Bomb!

Have you seen this question paper making the rounds on social media? It's a political science examination set for 300 level students of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Igbariam Anambra State. No one knows if it is real. However, the questions which are based on  History of Political Thought are not funny. I need you to help out here. Oya, bring out your pen and paper!

Interesting Facts of the day



I came across these interesting facts while surfing the net and decided to share them with you. Some of them with make you lol...

 If you constantly fart for 6 years and 9 months, enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb.
During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.
Elephants carry their pregnancy for about two years.
A baby spider is called a spiderling
A sheep, a duck and a roster were the first passengers in a hot air balloon.
An actophile is a person who collects or is very fund of collecting teddy bears.
The bird on twitter logo is called Larry
 
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Birds don’t urinate.
When hipos are upset, their sweat turns red.
Cherophobia is the fear of fun.

Source: The Fact Site

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

What you should know about Ransomware or “Cyber Kidnapper”

The media, particularly the Internet is currently awash with stories of cyber attacks resulting from massive spread of the dreaded ransomeware which is capable of disrupting computer programmes, files or out rightly locking your PC until you paid a ransom. Early Tuesday, multinational companies, banks and government agencies particularly in Europe reported cases of ransomware attacks. This is the latest attack after last month’s Wanacry sent shock-waves around the web. In view of the threat it poses to Internet users, TJB brings you some vital tips you need to know to protect your PC from Ransomware.
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Ransomware is a malicious code or cyber virus which spreads through Internet networks, holding PCs to ransom till a certain amount of money is paid as ransom. It’s like “kidnapping” if you like.
There are different types of ransomware. However they work virtually the same way-encrypt files or lockdown Windows. The latest ransomware attack has been identified by software security experts as Petya which is similar to Wanacry.
According to Microsoft.com, ransomware is capable of preventing you from accessing Windows, encrypting files so you can't use them, stopping certain apps from running and “will demand that you pay money (a “ransom”) to get access to your PC or files”.
After the payment of “ransom”, the attacker sends the key or code with which you can unlock you PC or access your files as the case may be.
And you know what? The “ransom” must be paid using crypto-currency or bitcoin which are not traceable. In other words, it is difficult to track the cyber-terrorists.
Basically, ransomeware can attack your computer through unsafe or fake websites, malicious emails and attachments, or malicious social media links.
To stay safe therefore, you must play safe on the Internet. You must not visit unsafe, suspicious or fake WebPages. Don’t open emails, attachments or click on links you are not sure are safe.


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