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  1. "All-in-one app to help you to improve your Windows 11 and 10 experience" [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  3. Description It’s not surprising that HTML gets overlooked by modern programmers. Programmers often find that HTML is not much like their familiar programming language turf, but having a better understanding of this foundational web technology can enhance your skills as a web developer and allow you to create more robust web applications. In this course, Emma Bostian highlights the practical skills programmers should know about HTML—the anatomy of an HTML element, the difference between blocks and inline elements, and how to properly nest HTML elements. This course is not meant to be a complete overview of HTML—you won’t learn about every individual HTML tag—but instead a comprehensive overview of semantic HTML, showing you how to architect an accessible web page. Join Emma in this course for some hands-on experience with this essential web development language. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Elevate your customers’ online shopping journey and keep them informed about their purchases and delivery status with our all-in-one SMS and WhatsApp notification solution. This is a plugin for Zender! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Ticksify is an efficient and affordable customer support software designed exclusively for Envato authors. Our platform is cost-effective and saves you hundreds of dollars per year compared to hiring SAAS services for customer support and documentation. Ticksify caters to the unique needs of Envato authors, making it the ideal choice for managing your support system. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. Description Welcome to the PHP for Beginners course, the perfect starting point for anyone looking to learn the ins and outs of PHP. This comprehensive course is designed to take you from absolute beginner to proficient PHP developer in no time. If you’re looking to create dynamic, database-driven websites or web applications, PHP is an essential tool to learn. This popular server-side scripting language is used by millions of websites, making it a valuable skill for any developer to have. In this course, you’ll start with the basics of PHP, including syntax, variables, data types, and operators. From there, you’ll move on to more advanced concepts, such as control structures, functions, and arrays. Whether you’re a complete beginner or have some experience with web development, this course is perfect for anyone looking to learn PHP. With a focus solely on PHP, you’ll gain a deep understanding of this powerful language and be well on your way to becoming a proficient PHP developer. To get the most out of this course, you should have a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. However, even if you’re completely new to web development, you’ll find the course easy to follow and understand. Enroll in the PHP for Beginners course today and start your journey to becoming a skilled PHP developer. With a comprehensive curriculum, hands-on exercises, and expert instruction, this course is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to learn PHP. Who this course is for: The course assumes no prior knowledge of PHP, making it perfect for those who are new to programming and web development. If you’re a web developer who wants to add PHP to your skillset, this course is an excellent starting point. The course is ideal for students who want to learn how to create dynamic web applications using PHP. If you’re a freelancer or contractor who wants to expand your services to include PHP development, this course will give you a solid foundation to build on. Requirements Basic understanding of HTML and CSS: While this course is designed for beginners, having a basic understanding of HTML and CSS will be helpful You’ll also need a PHP development environment to run PHP code. There are several options available, including XAMPP, WAMP, or MAMP. The course is delivered online, so you’ll need a reliable internet connection to access the course material and complete exercises. To write and execute PHP code, you’ll need a text editor or IDE. There are many free options available, such as Notepad++, Sublime Text, or Visual Studio Code. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. WhatsApp Chat for WordPress plugin allows you to integrate your WhatsApp experience directly into your website. This is one of the best way to connect and interact with your customer, you can offer support directly as well as build trust and increase customer loyalty. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. Get the Best ChatBot Plugin for WordPress – WPBot More Leads, Conversions and Satisfied customers! WPBot is the first & only WordPress Integrated, Plug n’ Play ChatBot that can improve user engagement, provide support, answer questions & increase conversions! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. contents this is the server side code written in nodejs for screenshotting Tor websites. The code itself is just a puppeteer that connects to tor websites through a TOR proxy (which I setup on a different server. See the image below for instructions on how to setup a tor proxy) Its written as a docker img that fetches a list of tor sites from Amazon DynamoDB (you can replace this with SQL), then crawls each one and takes screenshot of them all. Stores it on S3 then exists. This project was run once a day on Azure Container Instances. the lambdasubmitsite.js is redundant actually and can be ignore. Its a rest endpoint (aws lambda) to receive user submitted Tor sites. setup tor proxy in the code you can see the following line const config_tor_proxies = ["", ""] I setup two instances of Tor and port 56826 and 56824. One is also sufficient. [Hidden Content]
  10. A simple tool - written in pure python - for inspecting Deep Web URLs (or onions) [Hidden Content]
  11. DomainsKit Script is a powerful PHP-based script that consists of many great Domain & IP Tools it allows you to search domain names instantly. It has a built-in whois domain tool, domain generator tool, hostname & IP lookup tool, and domain DNS records tool. It is built with a fully responsive design based on Latest Bootstrap to ensure that your website will look flawless and beautiful on every mobile and desktop device. It also has strong cross-browser support. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. Obfu[DE]scate is a Python tool designed to simplify the process of de-obfuscating and comparing two versions of an Android APK - even if the functions have been renamed as part of obfuscation. With fuzzy comparison logic, Obfu[DE]scate can identify similarities between functions and help you uncover changes between APK versions. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Say hello to the most popular WordPress OneDrive plugin! Share-one-Drive is a user-friendly, highly customizable, innovative OneDrive integration plugin for WordPress that displays your OneDrive or OneDrive Business (Sharepoint) files in a beautiful way. No coding skills required! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. This plugin will help you to easily integrate Google Drive into your WordPress website or blog. Use-your-Drive allows you to view, download, delete, rename files & folders directly from a WordPress page. You can use Use-your-Drive as a File browser, Gallery, Audio- or Video-Player! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. WooCommerce live search to power your sales. Unbelievably fast, even when you have 50 000+ products. The average server response time is 0.15 seconds. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Scraper is an automatic plugin that copies content and posts automatically from any web site. With tons of useful and unique features, Scraper WordPress plugin takes content creating process to another level. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. Thanks to CryptoPay Donate, you can now collect donations very easily via cryptocurrencies on your website. Moreover, you can follow the donations made [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. Laravel is a web application framework with expressive, elegant syntax. We believe development must be an enjoyable and creative experience to be truly fulfilling. Laravel takes the pain out of development by easing common tasks used in many web projects, such as: Simple, fast routing engine. Powerful dependency injection container. Multiple back-ends for session and cache storage. Expressive, intuitive database ORM. Database agnostic schema migrations. Robust background job processing. Real-time event broadcasting. Laravel is accessible, powerful, and provides tools required for large, robust applications. [Hidden Content]
  19. The Pycript extension for Burp Suite is a valuable tool for penetration testing and security professionals. It enables easy encryption and decryption of requests during testing, which can help evade detection and bypass security measures. The extension also offers the ability to customize the encryption and decryption process by writing custom logic using JavaScript and Node.js, making it a highly adaptable tool for various needs. Additionally, it supports both manual and automated testing, as well as custom encryption/decryption plugins, making it a versatile solution for different penetration testing scenarios. Features Encrypt & Decrypt the Selected Strings from Request Response View and Modify the encrypted request in plain text Decrypt Multiple Requests Perform Burp Scanner, Sql Map, Intruder Bruteforce, or any Automation in Plain Text Auto Encrpyt the request on the fly Complete freedom for encryption and decryption logic Ability to handle encryption and decryption even with Key and IV in Request Header or Body [Hidden Content]
  20. Recon for bug bounty, penetration testers & ethical hackers. The full methodology of website reconnaissance and bug bounty. What you’ll learn Recon on websites Gathering subdomains Gathering URLs Gathering parameters Information gathering Collecting sensitive data from websites Deep recon on the website Requirements Basic knowledge of Linux is required Basic knowledge of vulnerabilities Description This course is entirely made for website reconnaissance for bug bounty hunters, penetration testers & ethical hackers. This is an intermediate-level course. All the topics are discussed here regarding recon on websites. Some of the topics are what is a survey, what is recon, recon for bug bounty hunters and penetration testers, Subdomain enumeration, URL enumeration, parameter brute-forcing, Creating your recon tools, and many more… This course is entirely focused on website recon and vulnerability assessment. There will be the whole methodology of website reconnaissance, bug bounty hunting, and penetration testing. The videos are divided into small sections for the students to learn. All the resources are provided in the resource section, including links, pdf, and payloads used in the course. Course Curriculum : Introduction Introduction to recon Subdomain enumeration from tools Subdomain enumeration #1 Subdomain enumeration #2 Subdomain enumeration #3 Subdomain enumeration #4 Subdomain bruteforcing Filtering unique domains Subdomain generator Subdomain enumeration from websites Subdomain enumeration from website #1 Subdomain enumeration from website #2 Subdomain enumeration from website #3 Subdomain enumeration from website #4 Filtering live domains Filtering live domains URL extraction from the internet URL extraction from the internet #1 URL extraction from the internet #2 Finding parameters Finding parameters Parameter bruteforcer Finding URLs from past URL from past Sorting urls Sorting URLs for vulnerabilities Automation for replacing parameters with Payloads Automation for replacing parameters with Payloads Footprinting websites ( Website recon ) What web recon Netcraft Security headers Dnsdumpmaster Whois recon Mxtoolbox OSINT Maltego Browser add-ons for recon analyzer retire.js shodan Knoxx Hack-tools addon WAF identification WAF identification Subdomain takeover HostileSubBruteForcer Sub404 Subject Fuzzing (Content-Discovery) dir ffuf Port scanning Introduction to Nmap Port specification in nmap Service and version detection from nmap Firewall bypass technique Fast port scanning Nabu mass can Visual recon Gowitness Google Dorking Introduction to google Dorking Understanding the URL structure Syntax of google Dorking Google Dorking operators Google search operators ( Part – 1 ) Google search operators ( Part – 2 ) Google Dorking practical Introduction to practical google Dorking How to find directory listing vulnerabilities? How to dork for WordPress plugins and themes? How to work for web server versions? How to dork for application-generated system reports? Dorking for SQLi Reading materials for google Dorking Tips for advanced google Dorking Tip #1 Tip #2 Tip #3 Shodan Dorking Intro to shodan Dorking Shodan web interface Shodan search filters Shodan Dorking practical Finding server Finding files and directories Finding operating systems Finding compromised devices and websites Shodan command line Introduction to the shodan command line Practical shodan in command line Github Dorking Introduction to GitHub Dorking Github Dorking practical Vulnerability scanning Nuclei Wp-Scan Scanning with burp suite Metasploit for recon DNS recon using Metasploit Sub-domain enumeration using Metasploit E-mail address finding Port scanning using Metasploit TCP SYN port scan using Metasploit SSH version detection FTP version enumeration MySQL version detection HTTP enumeration Payloads for bug bounty hunters Payloads for bug hunters and penetration testers How to create tools for recon? SSRF finder tool XSS finding too URL extractor from javascript files Full website recon tool Bonus Bonus video Thank you 🙂 Vivek Pandit Who this course is for: Bug bounty hunters, penetration testers, ethical hackers, etc. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. What You Get: How to use AI to ramp up your content production without sacrificing quality How to edit content and avoid AI detectionand penalties from search engines Processes to create different types of AI content(blog posts, social media, product descriptions, etc.) Which tools are bestsuited for different content types Exactly how to use the top AI writing toolswith over-the-shoulder demos How to use AI to help prepare your online course Bonuses Exclusive discounts on AI writing tools (not available anywhere else) Checklists for writing AI blog posts, emails, ads and social media, and product descriptions Checklist of how to use AI for course creators Checklist for editing and optimizing AI content Cheatsheet of our favorite prompts to create content using ChatGPT Course Curriculum – Welcome – Our Favorite Tools Overview – Introduction – What to Expect – High-Level Approaches to AI Blog Content – Using AI for Long-Form Content Planning Your Content for AI Blog Posts Our Favorite AI Tool for Blog Content Using Content at Scale for Blog Posts Using Jasper AI for Blog Posts – Using AI for Short-Form Content Our Favorite Tool for Short-Form Content Using AI for Email Copy Using AI for Product Descriptions Using AI for Ad + Social Copy Using AI for Course Creation – Editing & Optimizations – AI Detection – What You Should Know – Tool-Specific Detailed Walkthroughs Using ChatGPT Content at Scale Detailed Walkthrough Jasper AI Detailed Walkthrough – Summary + Downloadable References [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. Get the Linux skills like user management, networking, wild card, redirection software management, services, etc What you’ll learn Linux for Developers and DevOps Engineers Can able to do Linux-related tasks efficiently Installing applications or software packages on Linux VMs Troubleshooting network-related issues in Linux Requirements Basic Computer knowledge Description Hello. My name is Praveen Kumar and I’m the author of Linux for DevOps Engineers & Developers, the founder of the INIT6 Technologies I started my IT career as a Unix (AIX & Solaris) and Linux Systems Engineer and shifted my domain to DevOps & cloud. We are living in a technology era where new technologies and tools emerge every day. To match the market competition, Linux became a pre-request to learn most of the trending technologies. Before learning DevOps, Cloud, AI, or any latest technology first you should know Linux. This course helps you to understand how Linux works By the end of this course, you will understand the basic concepts of Linux which will be used by DevOps and developers in their day-to-day work. You will learn topics like What are an OS and what different types of OS Difference between UNIX and Linux Linux filesystem hierarchy compared with windows filesystem Basic commands like a cat less How to get access to an EC2 Linux server Creating, renaming, and removing files and directories Exactly how permissions work with chmod command managing files and directories system management networking topics like ifconfig, curl port numbers listen to state with netstat software management with yum and apt process management Archiving files or directories crontab and its examples link files File permissions like read, write and execute grep command Who this course is for: DevOps Engineers, Developers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. Learn how to navigate a Windows 10 computer and increase your productivity! What you’ll learn Navigate the Windows 10 User Interface Use Online Browsers and Search Engines Feel Confident Experimenting and Exploring Computers Boost Productivity When Working With a Computer Understand the ports and keys on a computer Requirements A Windows 10 Computer. No knowledge is needed. Description Hello! Are you looking to improve your computer skills and increase your value in the job market? Then our course on computer skills is just what you need! In today’s world, strong computer skills are essential for success in nearly any field. From creating documents and presentations to managing data and analyzing information, being proficient with computers can give you a massive advantage in your career. My course will give you the skills you need to excel in the digital age. We will cover a wide range of topics, including: Essential computer operation and maintenance Productivity tools like google docs Browser navigation Troubleshooting Internet and email skills Hardware and IO of a laptop Someone with lots of experience and passion for computers teaches this course. I will provide you with hands-on training and real-world examples to ensure you are fully prepared to put your new skills to use. You will have the confidence and abilities to take on new challenges and advance your career or personal life in just a few short hours. Plus, the skills you learn in our course will be valuable for years, as technology and the job market continue to evolve. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to invest in yourself and your future. Sign up for our course on computer skills today! Who this course is for: Beginner Computer Users Who Want to Feel More Confident [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. A free silent (hidden) native cryptocurrency miner capable of mining ETH, ETC, XMR, RTM and much more, with many features suited for mining silently. This miner can mine all the following algorithms and thus any cryptocurrency that uses one of them: List of algorithms Main Features Native C++ - Miner installer/injector and watchdog coded fully in C++ with no run requirements except a 64-bit OS Injection (Silent/Hidden) - Hide miner inside another process like explorer.exe, conhost.exe, svchost.exe and others Idle Mining - Can be configured to mine at different CPU and GPU usages or not at all while computer is or isn't in use Stealth - Pauses the miner and clears the GPU memory and RAM while any of the programs in the "Stealth Targets" option are open Watchdog - Monitors the miner file, miner processes and startup entry and restores the miner if anything is removed or killed Multiple Miners - Can create multiple miners to run at the same time, for example one XMR (CPU) miner and one ETH (GPU) miner CPU & GPU Mining - Can mine on Both CPU and GPU (Nvidia & AMD) Windows Defender Exclusions - Can add exclusions into Windows Defender after being started to avoid being detected Process Killer - Constantly checks for any programs in the "Kill Targets" list and kills them if found Remote Configuration - Can get the miner settings remotely from a specified URL every 100 minutes Web Panel Support - Has support for monitoring and configuring all the miners efficiently in a free self-hosted online web panel Rootkit - Has a built-in rootkit that can be enabled to fully hide the miner processes And many many more. SilentCryptoMiner v3.2.0 - 04/01/2023 Changed miner settings from being passed through the command line to instead be passed directly through the PEB Changed XMR miner to clear RAM during "Stealth" when possible Changed PEB calls to be more obfuscated due to new detections Changed miner to read the current executable path for installation directly from the PEB instead of a Windows API call Changed miner and watchdog to read the environmental variables directly by traversing the PEB Included rootkit directly inside the miner instead of using the rootkit installer to avoid the new AMSI detections and for more flexibility Changed rootkit to now run outside of the "Startup" installation flow to allow for it to run when "Startup" is disabled Moved "Install Rootkit" out from "Advanced Options" and renamed it to "Use Rootkit (Hide Miner)" since the rootkit should now be stable Updated compiler command options to reduce detections Added system call registry access functions to allow registry manipulation without using the Windows API or CMD Changed GPU checking to directly read the registry instead of using a WMI command with a file buffer Added signature cloning tab where you can clone the digital certificate of another program into the miner Moved administrator checks from powershell directly into the C++ code Added Task Scheduler "Startup" entry checking into the Watchdog Merged obfuscate.h library and obfuscatew.h library into a custom-made unified version called obfuscateu.h Added a custom-made SysWhispersU direct system call generator and removed the previous SysWhispers2 Modified SysWhispersU and obfuscateu.h to use different encryptions in order to avoid XOR detections Added simple obfuscation to well-known SysWhispers constants and offsets to avoid static detections Readded explorer.exe as injection option Made explorer.exe the default injection option again Updated uninstaller to instead find the watchdog and miner processes by enumerating system mutex handles to find the owner process Added "Disable Windows Update" rollback into the uninstaller to allow the uninstaller to fix Windows Update during uninstallation Updated checker to instead check if the mutex is active to ascertain whether the miner and watchdog is running or not Merged many C++ files together to be able to store them unzipped in the project in order to make all code changes directly visible in commits Optimized and shortened many functions such as the previously verbose process creation function Increased delete pending injection temporary file name length to further decrease collision chance Fixed possible parent spoofing failure if required buffer size changes between system calls Change installation to call reg.exe and schtasks.exe directly when possible instead of through cmd.exe Fixed "Startup" installation bug on some systems when "Entry Name" contained a space Fixed support for Unicode characters inside the "Assembly" settings Updated both miners Added Portuguese (Brazil) translation (MatheusOliveira-dev) [Hidden Content]
  25. Valexa is a single vendor php script for selling digital products, software, graphics, audios, videos, fonts, templates, CD keys, accounts and any downloadable items. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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