First, you need to do is set a Payoneer account To access the Payoneer registration page: 1. You need to login to the Envato Market account and give the username in the top of the right corner 2.Select the Payouts option from the drop-down menu 3.Select the Set Account or the Change Account option. 4.Click on the Payoneer as one of the payment options from many other options available there and then select the option of Click Here to Register. To complete the Payoneer Registration Initially, you have to decide if you just need to link your Payoneer account to your current bank account or apply for a Payoneer Prepaid Mastercard. After this, you must follow the steps mentioned on the page and register from your Payoneer account. While signing up for the Payoneer account, you must also fill in some of your details and information asked there. 1. Your full name 2.Your active email address 3.Your full address where you stay 4.Your phone number (this will be used for various other proposes also) 5.Your bank account details (if you are applying to connect your bank to the Payoneer then only) Once you have completed the above registration steps, the Payoneer will review your submitted application and send you a personal email for confirmation and further details. You can check your Payoneer account's details and personal stats by logging into the account by your email. If you still face some problems or issues while creating your Payoneer account, then you can visit customer support or even contact the trouble support team for further assistance. What is Payoneer Prepaid Mastercard? By applying for your Payoneer Mastercard, you can pay from your care and earn some points, which will help you in your further collaborations with Payoneer. Once you have been registered with the Payoneer, the MasterCard will be sent to you through the mail, and then you use it anywhere around the world where a Debit Mastercard is accepted, even online. The chargeable amount for the MasterCard is $1.50 What is a Payoneer Card? The Payoneer card comes in both the form, a physical card, and a virtual card that can be used for payment and to check the current balance in your Payoneer account. These cards can also be used at ATMs and can also be used to pay for online shopping or online services. How do I know if you are eligible to order a Payoneer Card? After you have completed making an account in the Payoneer, you can go into the settings - MasterCard management. If you are eligible, then there will be an option for the application of the card, but if the prospect does not show, then you should go back and fill in some more details asked, then you can apply for the Payoneer Card. Eligibility requires at least $100 in your Payoneer account in the last six months, not including any kind of online transaction; the amount should be physically deposited in your account. Due to some new rules in the Payoneer account, the users from Russia can no longer apply for the card, or if they knew one, they would not be able to use it for any kind of transaction. How do I order a Payoneer card? Your location plays a vital role in finalizing if you will be able to provide a Payoneer card. To order or apply for the card, you should follow these steps. Select settings - Card management, select the order a card option, and then follow the given instructions and fill in the required details asked. The card will take at least 3 to 4 days to arrive at your provided location via mail. If not, you can collect it from the post office in your area. See if you need another card for your currency. If you have more than one currency balance, then also there is no need to apply for more cards, the Payoneer card is alone enough to pay on any currency around the world; all you need to pay attention to is that your account should hold the amount before making payment in a foreign country currency. What are the fees for using the Payoneer Card? To see the fees, you should look into the official website of Payoneer, the usual price for the card is $1.50, but this might vary from different countries around the world, so check the fees according to your country. How can I change the name that will be printed on the Payoneer Card? To change the name printed on your card, you should visit the official website of the Payoneer, and there in the settings option, you will find modifications/update options, here you can select the option to change the name, you should fill in the required details, and within a few days, the new card will be shipped at your address. Note the old card will be blocked by the Payoneer once you receive the new card. Read more:Paypal Login Guides and How to UseRead More
Are you still making new user accounts all over the place? Stop right there and sign in with your Google or Facebook account. It could just be safe, and it is certainly safer if you aren't already using a password manager. Because of a lot of reasons. Using Google or Facebook to sign in to other websites is far safer than having a separate account and password. It is why: One Less Password You'll have to Remember: Take it from us when we say that security is difficult. The more passwords you make, the more likely they are to be weak. It would help if you created unique passwords for every site you use unless you use a password manager. If one of these sites is hacked, the hackers will piece together your password patterns. Worse, if you didn't use unique passwords, they now have access to all of your accounts. You can concentrate on making sure your password is strong using Oath, which will be the only password you need to remember. You're Relying on The Security of Facebook or Google: As I have stated, security is difficult. The website you want to log in to might has the potential to be a secure website. However, these are unlikely to have financial means to invest as security as Facebook and Google invest in their security. Another way to think about it is to ask yourself, "Do I trust this website to keep my data safe?" Most likely, people tend to trust Facebook and Google more than some random little website. There Is Relatively Little That You Lose In The Event of Hacking: Keep in mind that the website you want to log in to does not have your password. Don't have anything other than a token that allows you to verify your identification through Google or Facebook. There is no actual account for your information to be lost if they are hacked. You Can Revoke Access You may always withdraw their token and delete their access to your data if any site is hacked. Or if you've had enough of the sites and want to leave it all behind. It will certainly be worlds ahead of the website's account management system, which cannot deactivate accounts in many cases. A Two-Factor Authentication is An Option: It is perhaps the most crucial point. No matter how strong a password you establish, it won't be as effective as adding a second way of identity verification. Most of the time, this is a basic time-based code provided to your phone through SMS or an authenticating app like Authy. But there are other options. Why Should You Not Use Facebook or Google to Sign In To Other Sites? But, you could argue, what if Facebook or Google is hacked? Isn't placing all your eggs in one basket the same thing? Yes, it is to some extent. That's why you should make sure those accounts have a strong password and two-factor authentication enabled. Just consider this: if you rely on one email account to manage all of these other accounts, that account is hacked. It's essentially the same narrative but in a new basket. The hacker can use your email to reset all of your passwords across all of your accounts. Because your Facebook account does not normally double as an email account, Facebook may be a little safer in this regard. However, regardless of the service, there are measures to prevent email intrusions. Instead, How About Using a Password Manager? There's a lot to be said about password managers. In this scenario, however, using a password manager to generate several strong and unique passwords for each site is no more secure than using Google or Facebook's Oauth logins. For starters, you still depend on the security of the site you are login in to protect your unique password and your account. You'll need to update that password if they're not up to snuff, and you'll only do so if you learn about the hack. Meantime, someone has hijacked your account and is fiddling with your data. Two-factor authentication, once again, can make this a non-issue. The leading password managers now support it. Consider getting a new one if yours doesn't. Second, you're still playing, but this time with a new basket: your password manager. It's questionable if that manager's security is better than Google or Facebook's. But there's no doubting that a breach in the manager means the bad guys have access to all of your accounts. Hackers aren't immune to password managers, either. Conclusion: If you know someone who is adamant about not utilizing a password manager. Have them sign in using a secure main Google or Facebook account. Rather than repeating passwords across several websites. Go ahead and do it as long as you're using a strong password and your Facebook or Google account has two-factor authentication enabled. It will be safer than the majority of other options.Read More
We love it, we hate it, and we surely love to hate it when it comes to mobile app sign-up screens. If done well, it can be the catalyst for tremendous user retention. When done incorrectly, it can have the opposite impact. Nonetheless, the sign-up screen is designed incorrectly far more often than anyone would like to admit. But what exactly does 'having the sign-up screen done well' imply? How do we tame this ferocious beast? We tame it by adhering to UX best practices and use appropriate analysis and optimization tools. That way, you'll be able to mount this beast and ride it to the top of the app charts. The following are the best practices for a mobile app's login page (in no particular order): Registrations should be made easier. Allow external accounts to log in. Instead of usernames, use email addresses. Make password resetting easier. Users should remain logged in. By adhering to these best practices, you can begin creating an outstanding user experience right from the first screen, which will do wonders for user retention. Take a look at it! Simplify Sign-up Forms Nobody on the earth loves filling out forms, so why would anyone enjoy registering accounts for applications or online services? They don't, as a matter of fact. But they know it's vital, so they do it grudgingly. App developers demonstrate to their users that they understand what irritates them and value their time by making registration quick. Empathy! One one of the secrets to creating a fantastic UX So, in practice, what does ‘making registrations swift' imply? It entails contemplating which information is deemed necessary for the creation of an account and asking for only that - nothing else. That might be a username, a password, and an email address, depending on the sort of program. The user's phone number, gender, and age are probably not required unless the app contains age-sensitive content. Another thing to keep in mind is the account confirmation. It has become conventional for all the right (security) reasons, yet it is typically carried out incorrectly. Apps typically provide a confirmation email with a link that, when clicked, takes the user to the app's website. When the account is opened, it confirms the account. These emails are frequently late or lagging, end up in junk/spam inboxes, and contain broken links or links that must be copied and pasted into a browser to work. The first two issues are universal across platforms, while the third is most aggravating when attempting to register by smartphone. Professionals in mobile app development Sometimes forget that their platform is mobile and that they are not limited to email. Voice calls, SMS, Viber / WhatsApp / Messenger, or any other chat tool can all be utilized to accelerate and simplify the confirmation process. In some circumstances, it is feasible to request a phone number rather than an email address. Remember that most users despise filling out forms and registering accounts. Go the extra mile by designing a procedure that is quick and takes advantage of the platform's features. Users will undoubtedly appreciate it, especially as it forms part of their initial impression of your app. Allow Login Via External Account The registration procedure can be sped up even further by providing a quicker alternative – external accounts. By allowing users to register using their social network accounts, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, registration can be reduced to a two-click process. But tread lightly. There is a reason something is referred to as an 'alternative.' Some people, in fact, might prefer not to connect their social network accounts to various mobile services The most prevalent reason is that they are concerned about the app posting on their social media profiles without their permission. Make sure to explicitly communicate posting capabilities and to obtain permission before posting anything. Another concern is that different cohorts use different social media platforms. Snapchat is primarily used by teenagers and members of Generation Z. Instagrammers and Facebookers predominate among millennials. Twitter users have their own universe. As a result, it is critical to provide appropriate social login choices. Giving users options is a wise step – but offer them too many and they may get dissatisfied. overwhelmed. Given that registration must be completed quickly and that screen real estate is restricted, this becomes rather difficult. App developers must ensure that they are providing the appropriate social media alternatives for their target audience by precisely monitoring and optimizing the screen. We'll go over how to do it further down. Go for Email Instead of Usernames Aside from speed, convenience and security are crucial considerations when designing a strong log-in page. These are tough to accomplish since it is difficult to put the words "security" and "convenient" in the same sentence. One method for increasing security while keeping things convenient for users is to have them log in with email addresses rather than usernames. There are two big reasons for this: It's easier to remember.Enhanced security Security experts continue to advise, yet users continue to ignore the advice — do not reuse passwords for several accounts, and change them frequently. Researchers have proven that most users ignore these warnings since they are unable to remember so many passwords. Imagine if they also had to memorize usernames. It's simply inconvenient. However, if they could log in by email, particularly an email address that does not appear elsewhere in the account, it would be easier to remember while remaining safe to use. As a result, we advise app developers to always use email as a login method rather than a username.Read More
When it comes to our computers, most of us are familiar with the terms Administrator and User profiles. Users are compared to the general population, whereas Admins are compared to God. What about Domain Administrator, Domain User, and Local Group accounts? There are numerous more sorts of profiles that grant access to machines, servers, and network settings at various levels. Who should be an Administrator on your network? Administrator access to your network should not be granted to any ordinary user accounts. Users with Administrator access as part of their regular user account could unintentionally wreak a lot of damage if they were infected with a virus that deletes data, for example. A “Windows Active Directory Domain” is usually present on a Windows network, and it includes user accounts and controls permissions for each user as they log on. If a user requires special access, they should be given information about an Administrator account with the necessary level of access. Domain Administrator Accounts Special Administrator accounts should be created with a reasonable level of network access to allow users to do administrative activities, and the credentials should be distributed to users who require occasional Administrator access. The administrator is a common user name for an Administrator account. So there you have it. It is recommended that the default built-in Administrator account be disabled and a new Administrator account with a different name be created. NetworkAdmin, for example. Users utilize administrator accounts to perform actions that require special rights, such as installing software or changing the name of a computer. These Administrator accounts should be audited on a regular basis, with a new password and confirmation of who has access to them. Windows Domain Administrator Groups There are multiple Security Groups on a Windows network that have high levels of access to various portions of the network. These groups should be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that only Administrators are members. The following are the default groups: Administrators Domain Administrators Administrators of Schemas Admins in the corporate world Other groups with high levels of access that have been manually created are possible. These should be written down and included in the auditing process. Domain Service Accounts The Service Account is a specific sort of user account that has privileged access to certain portions of your network. Service Accounts are user accounts that are used by software (often on a server) to perform automatic functions such as backups and anti-virus management. These services should never be configured with Administrator account credentials; instead, your network should have at least one dedicated Service Account. Domain Guest Accounts The visitor is the default guest account in Windows. These guest accounts are the first point of entry for criminal hackers, and they should be deleted immediately and indefinitely. If a visitor account is required, it should not be named Guest or something similar. Domain User Accounts These are the standard user accounts that employees use to log on to a computer and carry out their daily tasks. They should not be given any special permissions that could lead to data loss or damage. These user accounts are usually members of the Domain Users Security Group. It may be required to provide users special or administrative permissions in specific instances. This should only be available to Local Admins (they are Administrators only on their own computers, and not on the Domain). Local Accounts These accounts are identical to Domain accounts, however, they are only available locally. A computer or a server can be accessed locally. Administrator accounts, regular user accounts, and guest accounts are all examples of local accounts. On workstations, the built-in Administrator and Guest user accounts should be disabled at all times, and on servers, the built-in Guest user accounts should be disabled at all times. Local Groups Administrators are the default Security Group for computers and servers. This group's membership should be restricted to the Domain Admins domain group. Types of user accounts User accounts are used to authenticate, trace, log, and monitor services, regardless of which operating system we use. When we install an operating system, it creates several critical users accounts for us to utilize immediately after the installation. Typically, four sorts of user accounts are created during the installation: system account, superuser account, normal user account, and guest user account. System accounts Different services running in the operating system use these accounts to access system resources. These accounts are used by the operating system to determine whether or not a service that requests system resources is permitted to do so. When services are installed, they usually establish the necessary accounts on their own. Services use these accounts to access resources after they've been installed. You never need to know about these accounts unless you're a system or network administrator. Superuser account This user account has the greatest operating system privileges. This user account is known as the Administrator account in Windows. It's referred to as the root account in Linux. This user account has full access to the operating system, including the ability to change system files, install new software, remove existing software, start and stop services, create new user accounts, and delete existing user accounts. Regular user account This user account has a modest level of access. This user account is not permitted to modify system files or properties. This user account is only allowed to conduct things that it is authorized to accomplish, such as creating files and directories, running applications, changing environmental variables, and so on. Guest user account This is the least privileged user account. It is unable to alter any system files or properties. Typically, this account is used to gain temporary access to the system for purposes such as browsing the internet, watching movies, or playing games. This account is established automatically after the installation of Windows. If necessary, we must manually create this account in Linux after installation.Read More
Hotmail, which was founded in the mid-90s, is one of the oldest email addresses still in use today. It no longer exists as a standalone webmail service, as all Hotmail accounts are now managed by Microsoft's Outlook. Users are confused as to whether Hotmail is still operating and will continue to be so in the future. You might also be interested in learning how to recover any dormant Hotmail usernames or convert a Hotmail email account to an Outlook one. Refer to the table below for the answers. Where Is My Hotmail Account? As many active Hotmail users are aware, the well-known email address has not vanished. It is, on the contrary, fully functional and has the same stellar reputation as Gmail, Outlook, or Yahoo. The Outlook email client, Microsoft Teams, Skype, OneDrive, Office 365, and even the Windows Insider Program may all be utilized with a Hotmail email account. Microsoft, on the other hand, urges on a switch from Hotmail.com to Outlook.com in several of its blog postings and videos. While it is simple to do, users can also access Hotmail through a browser or through Outlook's Android/iOS app. How to Access My Hotmail Account in Outlook If you type "Hotmail. If you type "outlook.com" into any web browser's address bar, it will automatically redirect you to "outlook.com."If you remember your password, you can log in to the Hotmail domain from there. There are currently no webmail or other special services available for Hotmail. Live.com, MSN.com, and Passport are all examples of Microsoft email addresses.com, as well as their country-specific subdomains, which may be accessed directly from Outlook.com and can only be accessed via Outlook webmail or desktop/mobile clients. You can check this by going to “Microsoft Account Profile -> Account Info -> Sign-in preferences” if you're using Hotmail with your Outlook.com account. It was likely saved as either a primary or secondary alias. Hotmail will appear as the sole possible alias if you've never used an Outlook.com email account. How can you get your old Hotmail account back? Do you have access to an old Hotmail account that you no longer use? It is simple to regain access if you checked in once during a calendar year (a little less than 365 days) and remember the password. To obtain a verification code, you may need to provide a phone number or another email address. However, if you haven't used your Hotmail account in a long time (at least two years), Microsoft will have deleted it due to inactivity. This means that all of your emails, contacts, and other saved information have been permanently deleted. There is a 60-day waiting period for any of these deleted email accounts before the email address becomes available again. If you don't want someone else to be able to use your dormant Hotmail username, see if you can restore it using an alternate email address associated with the account. If If you can't remember it and can't remember your password, your only choice is to establish a new Hotmail account with the same username. While the emails are not recoverable, you can use the old Hotmail to log in to any third-party service you may have used previously. Recover My Old Hotmail Login 1. Go to the Outlook.com homepage's "Create Free Account" area. In a drop-down menu, you'll see options for both Outlook.com (default) and Hotmail.com. Select a username to link to your former Hotmail account. 2. Choose a password for your Hotmail email account. It doesn't matter if the password is the same as before or something new because this email account is new. 3. To authenticate your account creation request, you must first solve a basic riddle. You will be taken to the Outlook.com page with a greeting email after your new Microsoft account with Hotmail has been set up. 4. Fill in the other recovered account data in "My Microsoft Account.". Change the name of your Hotmail account to Outlook. You may effortlessly switch your Hotmail email address to Outlook.com while keeping your existing username. While you log on with the new Outlook.com address, any emails will continue to be routed to the old Hotmail address. Your password will not change. 1. Log in to Outlook.com using your Hotmail account and select the profile icon in the upper right corner. You can access “My Microsoft Account” from here..” 2. Select "Edit account info" in the "Account info" section of your Microsoft Account Profile. 3You can see all the email aliases you use to access Outlook.com, Skype, OneDrive, and other Microsoft services on the "Manage how you sign in to Microsoft" page. There will be no other options if you've never used anything other than Hotmail. 4. Click “Add email.” 5. Using Outlook.com, create a new email alias. It could be the same as your previous Hotmail username. You can make the new Outlook.com email address your primary email address once it has been created with the same username as Hotmail. This new primary alias may take up to 48 hours to show across all Microsoft products and services. Also, until your friends sign out and back in, some of your friends may appear to be offline.Read More
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