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I'M using Browser Sync with webpack-dev-server, And facing the issue while using browser sync..!! only form fill up is working, click, scroll is not working in browser sync, and there is no any compile time error occurring, But above things are not working..!! Here is my "Webpack.dev.js" file, So what is wrong over here..?

const helpers = require('./helpers');
const buildUtils = require('./build-utils');
const webpackMerge = require('webpack-merge'); 
const commonConfig = require('./webpack.common.js');

const LoaderOptionsPlugin = require('webpack/lib/LoaderOptionsPlugin');
const NamedModulesPlugin = require('webpack/lib/NamedModulesPlugin');
const EvalSourceMapDevToolPlugin = require('webpack/lib/EvalSourceMapDevToolPlugin');
const BrowserSyncPlugin = require('browser-sync-webpack-plugin');

module.exports = function (options) {
  const ENV = process.env.ENV = process.env.NODE_ENV = 'development';
  const HOST = process.env.HOST || 'localhost';
  const PORT = process.env.PORT || 3000;

  const METADATA = Object.assign({}, buildUtils.DEFAULT_METADATA, {
    host: HOST,
    port: PORT,
    ENV: ENV,
    HMR: helpers.hasProcessFlag('hot'),
    PUBLIC: process.env.PUBLIC_DEV || HOST + ':' + PORT

  return webpackMerge(commonConfig({ env: ENV, metadata: METADATA  }), {

    output: {

      path: helpers.root('dist'),

      filename: '[name].bundle.js',

      sourceMapFilename: '[file].map',

      chunkFilename: '[id].chunk.js',

      library: 'ac_[name]',
      libraryTarget: 'var',

    module: {

      rules: [

          test: /\.css$/,
          use: ['style-loader', 'css-loader'],
          include: [helpers.root('src', 'styles')]

          test: /\.scss$/,
          use: ['style-loader', 'css-loader', 'sass-loader'],
          include: [helpers.root('src', 'styles')]



    plugins: [
      new EvalSourceMapDevToolPlugin({
        moduleFilenameTemplate: '[resource-path]',
        sourceRoot: 'webpack:///'

      new NamedModulesPlugin(),

      new LoaderOptionsPlugin({
        debug: true,
        options: { }

      new BrowserSyncPlugin({
        // browse to http://localhost:3000/ during development,
        host: 'localhost',
        port: 4000,
        proxy: 'http://localhost:3000'
        reload: false

    devServer: {
      port: METADATA.port,
      host: METADATA.host,
      hot: METADATA.HMR,
      public: METADATA.PUBLIC,
      historyApiFallback: true,
      watchOptions: {

        ignored: /node_modules/

      setup: function(app) {
        // For example, to define custom handlers for some paths:
        // app.get('/some/path', function(req, res) {
        //   res.json({ custom: 'response' });
        // });

    node: {
      global: true,
      crypto: 'empty',
      process: true,
      module: false,
      clearImmediate: false,
      setImmediate: false,
      fs: 'empty'



I had the exact same issue because I was defining 'io' twice. Double check where you are defining io in your code and ensure you are not defining the variable io twice.

Example of what I was doing wrong:

var server = require('http').createServer(app);
var io = require('socket.io')(server);

var io = require('socket.io').listen(server.listen(config.port, config.ip, function () {
    console.log('Express server listening on %d, in %s mode', config.port,     

Example of what fixed the issue:

var server = require('http').createServer(app);
var io = require('socket.io')(server);

server.listen(config.port, config.ip, function () {
    console.log('Express server listening on %d, in %s mode', config.port, 

WebSocket connection to 'ws://localhost:4000/sockjs-node/612/2pdjfv15/websocket' failed: Connection closed before receiving a handshake response error

These cryptocurrencies should be in your head right now

Cryptocurrencies are the thought in every investor’s mind. It’s a topic that is popping like hot popcorn on every business media outlook, rightfully for its volatile price highs and lows. If you’ve thought about investing in Bitcoins, hold that thought because there are plenty of other cryptocurrencies in the market that have the potential to grow and get your profits. Wondering where to start? This article will answer all your questions


1. Ethereum (Ether)

After Bitcoin, this is the second most valuable crypto coin in the world. It’s more than just a cryptocurrency, the blockchain-based platform that supports Ether is the first one to introduce smart contracts which allow developers to make an application based on it. The transaction speed of Ether is also pretty quick compared to Bitcoin.

Highest spike: $ $4,300

Ether’s price today: $4,249


2. Ripple (XRP)

Ripple was created in 2012 with a unique thought in mind, to solve problems related to international payment transfers. Traditionally, international money transfer takes about a week but Ripple can make it happen in a few seconds. Out of all the cryptocurrencies right now, Ripple is one of the few that is being tested for real-world use. So buying this cryptocurrency will be a wise decision.

Highest Spike: $2.21

Ripple’s price today: $1.4


3. Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

This is not Bitcoin but a part of it. When the Bitcoin developers were unable to alter the changes in Bitcoin’s code, they made BCH. The new codes made Bitcoin Cash faster than Bitcoins.

Highest Spike: $3,721

Bitcoin Cash’s price today: $1,440


4. Cardano (ADA)

Ethereum’s co-founder created Cardano with the ability of smart contracts. Compared to Ether, Cardano has the 3rd most advanced blockchain technology out of the lot, which makes this a secure investment.

Highest Spike: $1.72

Cardano’s price today: $1.72


5. Litecoin

Litecoin was created by an ex-Google employee on the blockchain technology of Bitcoin, but improved. The reason it’s called a ‘Lite’ coin is that the transaction speed is 2.5 minutes, faster than Bitcoin’s 10 minutes. It’s one of the most steady cryptocurrencies for 7 years.

Highest Spike: $364

Litecoin’s price today: $360


6. EOS

Compared to Ether, EOS is a lot more scalable because of its advanced mechanism, a combination of Delegated Proof of Stake and Byzantine Fault Tolerance to verify transactions. This makes EOS the most secure cryptocurrency to make transactions.

Highest Spike: $0.87

EOS’s price today: $0.665


7. Stellar (XLM)

Stellar was created by the founder of Ripple with the same aim to facilitate cross-border payments. Compared to Ripple, Stellar is more decentralized and has strategic partnerships with over 30 banks.

Highest Spike: $ 0.8971

Stellar’s price today: $0.6757



IOTA is the most unique cryptocurrency of all as it uses a new protocol investigation called “Tangle” and not blockchain technology. The biggest advantage of IOTA is the zero transaction fee.

Highest Spike: $5.35

IOTA’s price today: $2.03


9. NEO

NEO has the speed to complete 10,000 transactions per second. NEO is one of the few crypto coins that supports C++, C#, Go, JAVA, making it the programmer’s favorite.

Highest Spike: $100

NEO’s price today: $108.26


10. Bitcoin

No list is incomplete without Bitcoin. The most popular and the highest valued crypto in the world, despite all its cons, if you have the funds to invest, buy Bitcoins. There’s no doubt about its growth as it’s a loyal option for many investors globally.

Highest spike: $60,000

Bitcoin’s price today: $55,593


Bradley Cooper is an Oscar-nominated actor who first made a name for himself on the TV series 'Alias' and went on to star in films including 'Silver Linings Playbook,' 'American Sniper' and 'A Star is Born.'

Who Is Bradley Cooper?

Born on January 5, 1975, in Philadelphia, Bradley Cooper made his television debut with a guest spot on Sex and the City. He then acted both on TV and film, in shows such as The Street and Jack & Bobby and films such as Wet Hot American Summer and Carnival Knowledge. But it was the success of 2005’s Wedding Crashers that took Cooper's career to the next level, with subsequent roles in The Hangover, Valentine's Day and several other films. He's also received Academy Award nods for his work in Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle, American Sniper and A Star Is Born.

Early Life

Actor, director and producer Bradley Charles Cooper was born on January 5, 1975, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While he has enjoyed a highly successful career on screen, Cooper initially found fulfillment in the kitchen after developing a love of cooking at an early age. "I used to have buddies come over after kindergarten and I'd cook them food. I prided myself in taking whatever was in the fridge and turning it into lasagna," he told Entertainment Weekly.

Cooper put his culinary ambitions aside after graduating from Georgetown University in 1997 with an English degree, instead enrolling in a master's degree program at the Actors Studio Drama School in New York City. While a student there, he landed his first television commercial for a fast-food chain.

Early TV and Film Roles

'Wet Hot American Summer,' 'Alias'

Cooper made his TV debut in 1999 with a guest spot on the popular HBO show Sex and the City. He next appeared in the short-lived drama The $treet, set in the financial world. Around this time, he made his first feature film appearance in the 2001 comedy Wet Hot American Summer. Cooper then returned to television to take on a supporting role in J.J. Abrams's popular spy series Alias (2001-06). For three seasons he played Will Tippin, a journalist friend of covert agent Sydney Bristow (played by Jennifer Garner).

'Jack & Bobby,' 'Wedding Crashers'

During his time on Alias, Cooper made the independent drama Carnival Knowledge (2002) and the thriller My Little Eye (2002). He left Alias in 2003, and appeared in recurring roles on the sitcom Jack & Bobby (2004-05) and the crime drama Touching Evil (2004). Back on the big screen, Cooper played a brutish jock in the hit comedy Wedding Crashers (2005), with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.

'Kitchen Confidential'

That same year, Cooper starred in his own television series Kitchen Confidential (2005-06), based on the book by famed chef Anthony Bourdain. The show received positive reviews, but it did not do well enough in the ratings to stay on the air. Not afraid to take risks, Cooper made his Broadway debut in the 2006 drama Three Days of Rain, with Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd.

Commercial Success

'Yes Man,' 'He's Just Not That Into You'

After the success of Wedding Crashers, Cooper landed more comedic film roles. He appeared in the romantic comedy Failure to Launch (2006), with Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker. While that film was met with a tepid response, Cooper enjoyed some box office success with Yes Man (2008), co-starring opposite Jim Carrey. He also appeared in the 2009 comedy He's Just Not That Into You, inspired by the popular self-help book. In the film, Cooper played an adulterous husband.

'The Hangover' and Sequels

Later that year, Cooper further proved his comedic talents with The Hangover. He co-starred with Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis in this buddy comedy. The three actors play friends who travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor-party weekend with their soon-to-be-married pal, played by Justin Bartha. After a night of debauchery, they wake up to find their buddy missing along with their memories of what happened the previous evening. The success of the film led to sequels in 2011 and 2013.

'All About Steve,' 'The A-Team'

Cooper then starred with Sandra Bullock on the 2009 romantic comedy All About Steve, which performed poorly at the box office. His next project fared much better, however, when he played the boyfriend of Eric Dane in the ensemble comedy Valentine's Day (2010), which also featured Garner, Jessica Alba and Patrick Dempsey. Cooper followed up with a remake of the popular television action series The A-Team during the summer of 2010. In addition to Cooper, the cast included Liam Neeson, Quinton Jackson, and Jessica Biel.

'Limitless,' 'The Place Beyond the Pines'

The crossover into more action-packed fare continued with 2011's Limitless, a thriller based on Alan Glynn's 2001 novel The Dark Fields and co-starring Robert De Niro. Cooper subsequently starred in more action roles, such as Hit and Run (2011) and The Place Beyond the Pines (2012)

Inspired success of Bradley Cooper

Born: January 29, 1954

Kosciusko, Mississippi
African American television host and actress

America's first lady of talk shows, Oprah Winfrey is well known for surpassing her competition to become the most watched daytime show host on television. Her natural style with guests and audiences on the Oprah Winfrey Show earned her widespread popularity, as well as her own production company, Harpo, Inc.

A difficult childhood

Oprah Gail Winfrey was born to Vernita Lee and Vernon Winfrey on an isolated farm in Kosciusko, Mississippi, on January 29, 1954. Her name was supposed to be Orpah, from the Bible, but because of the difficulty of spelling and pronunciation, she was known as Oprah almost from birth. Winfrey's unmarried parents separated soon after she was born and left her in the care of her maternal grandmother on the farm.

As a child, Winfrey entertained herself by "playacting" in front of an "audience" of farm animals. Under the strict guidance of her grandmother, she learned to read at two and a half years old. She addressed her church congregation about "when Jesus rose on Easter Day" when she was two years old. Then Winfrey skipped kindergarten after writing a note to her teacher on the first day of school saying she belonged in the first grade. She was promoted to third grade after that year.

At six years old Winfrey was sent north to join her mother and two half-brothers in a Milwaukee ghetto, an extremely poor and dangerous neighborhood. At twelve years old she was sent to live with her father in Nashville, Tennessee. Feeling secure and happy for a brief period she began making speeches at social gatherings and churches, and one time earned five hundred dollars for a speech. She knew then that she wanted to be "paid to talk."

Winfrey, again, was called back by her mother, and she had to leave the safety of her father's home. The poor, urban lifestyle had its negative effect on Winfrey as a young teenager, and her problems were compounded by repeated sexual abuse, starting at age nine, by men that others in her family trusted. Her mother worked odd jobs and did not have much time for supervision.

Oprah Winfrey. Reproduced by permission of Archive Photos, Inc.
Oprah Winfrey.
Reproduced by permission of
Archive Photos, Inc.
After years of bad behavior, Winfrey's mother sent her back to her father in Nashville.

A turning point

Winfrey said her father saved her life. He was very strict and provided her with guidance, structure, rules, and books. He required his daughter to complete weekly book reports, and she went without dinner until she learned five new vocabulary words each day.

Winfrey became an excellent student, participating as well in the drama club, debate club, and student council. In an Elks Club speaking contest, she won a full scholarship to Tennessee State University. The following year she was invited to a White House Conference on Youth. Winfrey was crowned Miss Fire Prevention by WVOL, a local Nashville radio station, and was hired by the station to read afternoon newscasts.

Winfrey became Miss Black Nashville and Miss Tennessee during her freshman year at Tennessee State. The Nashville Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) affiliate offered her a job; Winfrey turned it down twice, but finally took the advice of a speech teacher, who reminded her that job offers from CBS were "the reason people go to college." The show was seen each evening on WTVF-TV, and Winfrey was Nashville's first African American female coanchor of the evening news. She was nineteen years old and still a sophomore in college.

Professional career

After Winfrey graduated, WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, scheduled her to do the local news updates, called cut-ins, during Good Morning, America, and soon she was moved to the morning talk show Baltimore Is Talking with cohost Richard Sher. After seven years on the show, the general manager of WLS-TV, American Broadcasting Company's (ABC) Chicago affiliate, saw Winfrey in an audition tape sent in by her producer, Debra DiMaio. At the time her ratings in Baltimore were better than Phil Donahue's, a national talk-show host, and she and DiMaio were hired.

Winfrey moved to Chicago, Illinois, in January 1984 and took over as anchor on A.M. Chicago, a morning talk show that was consistently last in the ratings. She changed the emphasis of the show from traditional women's issues to current and controversial (debatable) topics, and after one month the show was even with Donahue's program. Three months later it had inched ahead. In September 1985 the program, renamed the Oprah Winfrey Show, was expanded to one hour. As a result, Donahue moved to New York City.

In 1985 Quincy Jones (1933–) saw Winfrey on television and thought she would make a fine actress in a movie he was coproducing with director Steven Spielberg (1946–). The film was based on the Alice Walker (1944–) novel The Color Purple. Her only acting experience until then had been in a one-woman show, The History of Black Women Through Drama and Song, which she performed during an African American theater festival in 1978.

Popularity of Oprah

The popularity of Winfrey's show skyrocketed after the success of The Color Purple, and in September 1985 the distributor King World bought the syndication rights (the rights to distribute a television program) to air the program in one hundred thirty-eight cities, a record for first-time syndication. That year, although Donahue was being aired on two hundred stations, Winfrey won her time slot by 31 percent, drew twice the Chicago audience as Donahue, and carried the top ten markets in the United States.

In 1986 Winfrey received a special award from the Chicago Academy for the Arts for unique contributions to the city's artistic community and was named Woman of Achievement by the National Organization of Women. The Oprah Winfrey Show won several Emmys for Best Talk Show, and Winfrey was honored as Best Talk Show Host.


Winfrey formed her own production company, Harpo, Inc., in August 1986 to produce the topics that she wanted to see produced, including the television drama miniseries based on Gloria Naylor's The Women of Brewster Place, in which Winfrey was featured along with Cicely Tyson, Robin Givens, Olivia Cole, Jackee, Paula Kelly, and Lynn Whitfield. The miniseries aired in March 1989 and a regular series called Brewster Place, also starring Winfrey, debuted on ABC in May 1990. Winfrey also owned the screen rights to Kaffir Boy, Mark Mathabane's autobiographical (having to do with a story about oneself) book about growing up under apartheid in South Africa, as well as Toni Morrison's (1931–) novel Beloved.

In September 1996 Winfrey started an on-air reading club. On September 17 Winfrey stood up and announced she wanted "to get the country reading." She told her adoring fans to hasten to the stores to buy the book she had chosen. They would then discuss it together on the air the following month.

The initial reaction was astonishing. The Deep End of the Ocean had generated significant sales for a first novel; sixty-eight thousand copies had gone into the stores since June. But between the last week in August, when Winfrey told her plans to the publisher, and the September on-air announcement, Viking printed ninety thousand more. By the time the discussion was broadcast on October 18, there were seven hundred fifty thousand copies in print. The book became a number one best-seller, and another one hundred thousand were printed before February 1997.

The club ensured Winfrey as the most powerful book marketer in the United States. She sent more people to bookstores than morning news programs, other daytime shows, evening magazines, radio shows, print reviews, and feature articles combined. But after a six-year run with her book club, Winfrey decided to cut back in the spring of 2002 and no longer have the book club as a monthly feature.

The future

Although one of the wealthiest women in America and the highest-paid entertainer in the world, Winfrey has made generous contributions to charitable organizations and institutions such as Morehouse College, the Harold Washington Library, the United Negro College Fund, and Tennessee State University.

Winfrey renewed her contract with King World Productions to continue The Oprah Winfrey Show through the 2003–2004 television season. Winfrey and Harpo Production company plan to develop other syndicated television programming with King World.

For More Information

Brooks, Philip. Oprah Winfrey: A Voice for the People. New York: Franklin Watts, 1999.

King, Norman. Everybody Loves Oprah! New York: Morrow, 1987.

Patterson, Lillie. Oprah Winfrey: Talk Show Host and Actress. Hillside, NJ: Enslow, 1988.

Stone, Tanya Lee. Oprah Winfrey: Success with an Open Heart. Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press, 2001.

Waldron, Robert. Oprah. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987.

Inspired Success of Oprah Winfrey

 If you want to enhance your knowledge and want to know the tricks and ways to hack the Wi-Fi password using Android device, then this article will help you. Lots of people are asking about how to hack Wi-Fi passwords using Android and whether it is possible or not. The straightforward answer is "yes" you can hack Wi-Fi passwords in Android devices using some tricks and tools (apps).

Before diving into our main topic about how to hack Wi-Fi passwords in Android phones, we first discuss some of the basic information about the type of Wi-Fi password security.

Types of Wi-Fi Password Security

There are primarily three different types of Wi-Fi password securities. These Wi-Fi securities are as follows:

  1. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP).
  2. Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA).
  3. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).

Method 1: Hacking Wi-Fi Password in Android using WIFI WPS WPA TESTER (without Rooting)

Wi-Fi WPS WPA TESTER is a popular Android app that is widely used for hacking Wi-Fi passwords. Wi-Fi WPS TESTER app hacks only those routers that connect with WPS router with limited features. Hacking Wi-Fi using this app is so easy and only requires follows few steps. The best part of this application is that you can use it without rooting your Android phone. You can also use this app on a rooted Android phone with some extra features.

Using this Android app, you can easily check the wireless security and strength of your router. If the router is not secure, then the WIFI WPS WPA TESTER app easily bypasses the Wi-Fi password on your Android phone. After skipping the password, it connects the Android phone with the router without providing a password.

The Wi-Fi WPS WPA TESTER hacking apps work on both rooted and non rooted Android phones. Below are the steps to hack Wi-Fi password on Android without rooting.

  1. Download and install the WIFI WPS WPA TESTER app from Play Store.
  2. Enable the Wi-Fi settings on your Android phone.
  3. Launch the app and search for the Wi-Fi networks nearby you.
  4. Select one of the networks from the result and start hacking by tap.
  5. You can input its key manually.
  6. The app checks the Wi-Fi security, and it tries different combinations of words and numbers to crack the Wi-Fi password. The app finds the network code in a short time and connects your phone automatically.

  1. Download and install the AndroDumper app on your Android phone.
  2. Turn on the Wi-Fi settings on your Android device.
  3. Launch the AndroDumper app and click on the refresh button present at the top of the screen to search and get nearby Wi-Fi networks.
  4. Choose the network you wish to hack and connect and tap on it.
  5. Now the app will try to connect with your chosen network with every possible combination of alphabets and number passwords. If the selected network has a weak Wi-Fi password, then this app possibly hacks it.

Method 3: Hacking Wi-Fi password in Android having WPA2 WPS Router (Root device)

In this method of hacking Wi-Fi passwords in Android, we will use the Bcmon and Reaver Android app. At first, you need a root Android phone if you don't have tried to root your device. Ensure that your root Android phone contains Broadcom bcm4329 or bcm4330 chipsets as present in Samsung Galaxy S1/S2, HTC Desire HD, Nexus 7, Nexus 1, etc.

  1. Download and install the BCmon app APK file on your Android phone. This app helps you to monitor your Broadcom chipset and cracking PIN.
  2. Now, download and install the Reaver Android app that figure out and cracking the WPS Wi-Fi network password.
  3. After the app installation, launch the BCmon app and tap on the "monitor mode" option.
  4. Again launch the Reaver app and confirm on the screen that you are not using it for any illegal activity. Tap on the APN or access point you want to crack and continue Wi-Fi password. Sometimes you need to verify your monitor mode to continue, and you can do this by reopening the BCmon app again.
  5. Go to settings in the Reaver app and checked to mark "Automatic Advanced setting" box.
  6. Finally, start your Wi-Fi cracking process by clicking on the start attack; in this last step, cracking the WPS Wi-Fi security may take 2-10 hours to succeed.

Method 4: Hacking Wi-Fi password in Android using Wi-Fi WPS Connect app (Root device)

Using the Wi-Fi WPS Connect app you can hack Wi-Fi password on Android. The app works on both rooted and non-rooted (Lollipop and above) phones. However, it is mainly preferred for the rooted device because of the database information.

If you found any Wi-Fi connection on your Android device having WPS security, you can easily connect with it without providing any password. The WPS Connect app bypasses WPS Wi-Fi security and connects with Wi-Fi without entering any password.

How to Hack Wi-Fi password in Android

Below are the steps to hack Wi-Fi password and connect your Android phone using this app:

  1. Download and install the Wi-Fi WPS Connect app on your Android phone.
  2. Enable the Wi-Fi settings of your phone.
  3. Launch the WPS Connect app and tap on the scan button to scan all nearby Wi-Fi networks.
  4. It takes few times to display all nearby Wi-Fi networks, including their details (such as password security types, network types, signal strength, etc.).
  5. Choose a Wi-Fi network and tap on it you wish to hack. A pop-up screen appears with a pre-defined list of keys (PIN).
  6. Tap on the key to start your hacking process.
  7. The app tries several times to hack Wi-Fi with default keys and the most widely used Wi-Fi keys.
  8. Wait for few minutes, and the Wi-Fi password will be hacked successfully.

Method 5: Hacking Wi-Fi password in Android using WPSAPP

WPSAPP is an all-in-one app that allows you to connect nearby Wi-Fi networks using an 8-digit PIN. The WPSAPP app makes easier and convenient to hack Wi-Fi password in both rooted and non-rooted Android phones. It applies several algorithms for generating random pins as well as some default pins. Using this app, you can hack any WEP Wi-Fi network without any difficulties.

When you scan for the networks, they appear with the red cross, question marks, and green tick marks. The red cross networks are secure, and their password is unknown. The networks showing with question marks have WPS protocol enabled, their pin is unknown, and the app allows testing them with a most common pin. Finally, the green ticks networks are WPS protocol enabled and their password known, and they can be connected.

How to Hack Wi-Fi password in Android

Below we have mentioned the steps to hack Wi-Fi passwords on Android using this app.

  1. Download and install the WPSAPP app on your Android phone.
  2. Now, open the app and search for the nearby Wi-Fi networks for you.
  3. Click on the enabled WEP network you want to connect.
  4. Click on the "CONNECT WITH PIN" button, and after few seconds, the app displays your network password.

Alert: This article is only for educational and knowledge purposes; it is illegal to misuse this information (don't misuse this information).

Disclaimer Note: We doesn't support and encourage anyone to hack Wi-Fi password. Hacking is an illegal activity, and we won't be responsible for these tricks are used for hacking Wi-Fi. This article is only for knowledge's sake and educational purpose.

How to Hack Wi-Fi password in Android without Root

 Sara Blakely, (born February 21, 1971, Clearwater, Florida, U.S.), American inventor and entrepreneur who created Spanx, a brand of body-slimming women’s undergarments, and in 2012 became the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire.

Blakely graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in communications. She subsequently held various jobs during a three-month stint at Walt Disney World before becoming first a salesperson and then a national sales trainer at the office-supply company Danka. When she wanted an undergarment that was undetectable beneath her clothing, was comfortable, made her appear slimmer, and could be worn with open-toed shoes, she cut the feet off of a pair of pantyhose and found that she had created a garment that other women would want. In 2000 Blakely used $5,000 in personal savings to market her invention. She worked during the day at Danka and devoted nights to researching fabric types, patents, and trademark designs. She ultimately found a hosiery factory willing to produce her footless hose, wrote her own patent application, and chose a playfully endearing product name, “Spanx,” and logo, a young blonde woman modeled on herself. Rather than invest in advertising, Blakely traveled across the United States, meeting and modeling for the boards of stores such as Neiman Marcus.

A major break came in late 2000 when Oprah Winfrey featured Spanx on her popular nationally syndicated television talk show. Thereafter sales skyrocketed, and the charismatic Blakely rapidly built an empire without advertising or outside investment. Her salesmanship was complemented by her unabashed showmanship. Never able to pass up a chance to market Spanx, Blakely served as her own model both on television and at in-store public appearances across the U.S. She drew increased attention to Spanx when she appeared as a contestant on the 2004–05 reality television program Rebel Billionaire, which was hosted by the British entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Richard Branson. Blakely finished second but impressed Branson enough that the host gave her $750,000; with this money she established the Sara Blakely Foundation, a philanthropic organization providing scholarships and grants to aspiring female entrepreneurs. Subsequent media appearances spurred increased sales, and by the end of the decade, annual sales of Spanx had reached hundreds of millions of dollars. In early 2012 the company, of which Blakely was the sole owner, was valued at $1 billion. Three years later she was among a group of investors who purchased the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association.

Sara Blakely American Successful inventor and entrepreneur


Phones users in Delhi-NCR who lose their handsets will now have some respite, with the government launching a portal that will enable blocking and tracing of stolen or lost mobile phones. The initiative was launched in Mumbai in September this year and has been rolled out for Delhi-NCR now. It will be extended to other parts of the country in 2020.

The launch of the portal, www.ceir.gov.in, for Delhi-NCR subscribers will facilitate requests for blocking of stolen or lost mobile phones by customers, blocking of such mobile phones across various mobile networks, allowing services to other existing customers having mobile phones with the same International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number, sharing of traceability data with police authorities, as well as unblocking of recovered phones.

The project is backed by the Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR) system, which was undertaken by the telecom department for addressing security, theft and other concerns including reprogramming of mobile handsets.

Launching the initiative, Telecom Minister
- Ravi Shankar Prasad

said safety and security of phones are crucial given the country's technological strides and digital prowess.

"While we make optimum use of technology for development, there are equally smart criminals who abuse technology for their own ends," Prasad said. "

The latest initiative is expected to benefit 5 crore mobile subscribers in Delhi and adjoining areas.
"Delhi telecom subscribers whose phones get stolen or those who lose their phones can log into the web portal from today... they can go to the portal and register their complaint, along with which they will also have to upload the police complaint and their own ID proof. Based on this, the lost mobile will be blocked. Also if someone uses it, the same can be traced based on the tower signals so the police can also recover the device," Telecom Secretary Anshu Prakash told reporters. "

Explaining this further, Prakash said the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) is the unique identity of mobile phone devices.
IMEI number is programmable and miscreants and criminals reprogramme the 15-digit unique number, which results in the cloning of IMEI. The result is multiple phone devices, at times even hundreds of numbers, with the same IMEI number.

If such IMEI is blocked, a large number of mobile phones stand the risk of being blocked (as they are handsets with the same IMEI number) causing inconvenience to genuine customers. The software that has been developed now allows an individual phone to be blocked even if it is on a cloned IMEI number.

Moreover, because of the centralized nature of the register or database, all the operators can block the particular stolen or lost device across the country even though the phone is being serviced by one particular operator.
"This will also reduce the market for stolen phones," Prakash added.

Asked about the progress of the initiative in Mumbai, where it had been announced a few months back, Prakash said as many as 500-600 complaints were logged in Mumbai. "In 50 percent of the cases in Mumbai, traceability information has been handed over to the police. Also remember, much depends on whether the phone is being used after it has been stolen... If someone does not use it, it cannot be traced, but it can certainly be blocked. They won't be able to sell it," he said.

Website to find stolen, lost phones launched


Michael Albert Focia is a 50-year-old from Montgomery, Alabama. He’s sitting in prison for selling firearms without a license and shipping them illegally. Focia used the dark web to sell firearms to people in other states and countries.

Michael Andrew Ryan, a.k.a. “Gunrunner,” was a 35-year old man from Manhattan, Kansas. Ryan was busted for illegally exporting semi-automatic rifles and handguns to Scotland, Ireland, England and Australia. Ryan removed the serial numbers to make them harder to trace.

Both Focia and Ryan were using a website called “Black Market Reloaded.”

GAO and ATF Stings

When you think of the Government Accountability Office (GAO), it conjures up images of budgets, reports, and bean counters. It turns out, though, that some of its investigations involve undercover work and guns.

At the direction of Congress and working with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), the GAO set out to gather information on purchasing firearms on the internet. “The relative anonymity of the Internet makes it an ideal means for prohibited individuals to obtain illegal firearms,” according to the ATF. “The more anonymity employed by a firearms purchaser, the greater the likelihood that the transaction violates federal law.”

The GAO report shows undercover agents were able to buy a fully automatic Uzi submachine gun anonymously without any kind of background check on the dark web. They also bought an AR-15 semi-automatic weapon.

The agents, however, had to work hard at the sting operation. Only two of the 74 attempted transactions were concluded.

72 Attempts To Buy Firearms Were Denied By Sellers

In most of the cases, the potential seller refused to complete the sale. Upon hearing from the undercover agent that they were not legally allowed to own the gun, another third of sellers wouldn’t sell. The agents themselves got scammed by others that took the money and never delivered.

Firearms Can Be Bought For Lower Prices

Public policy organization RAND Europe, a non-profit division of the RAND Corporation, looked at the seedy side of the internet to examine black market arms transactions. The report reveals the overwhelming majority of weapons sold on dark web marketplaces originated in the United States. The study showed that “better performing, more recent firearms (are available) for the same, or lower price than would be available on the street or the black market.”

2017 Study Of Organized Crime

The National Crime Agency in The United Kingdom also acknowledges concerns over firearm sales on the dark web.

The agency points towards the use of virtual or crypto-currencies like Bitcoin as a way to conduct transactions anonymously and without using conventional financial methods.

Firearms Sales Represent A Small Portion Of Dark Web Sales

Weapons represent just a small portion of transactions on the dark web, according to Nicolas Christin, a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University. He called the use of the dark web for firearms sales as negligible, especially compared to the number of illegal drugs being bought and sold. Christin estimates firearms sales account for less than 3% of sales.

Still, there is a consistent call from lawmakers in the U.S. in other countries to crack down on illegal firearms sales online.

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