Basic Of Web Development

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Web programming, also known as web development, is the making of dynamic web applications. There are two wide divisions of web development – front-development (likewise called customer side development) and back-end development (additionally called server-side improvement).Front-end development refers to constructing what a user sees when they load a web application – the content, design and how you interact with it. This is done with three codes – HTML, CSS and JavaScript. HTML, short for Hyper Text Markup Language, is a special code for ‘marking up’ text in order to turn it into a web page. Every web page on the net is written in HTML, and it will form the backbone of any web application. CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, is a code for setting style rules for the appearance of web pages. CSS handles the cosmetic side of the web. Finally, JavaScript is a scripting language that’s widely used to add functionality and interactivity to web pages. Back-end development controls what goes on behind the scenes of a web application. A back-end often uses a database to generate the front-end. Back-end scripts are written in many different coding languages and frameworks, such as…

  • > PHP
  • > Ruby on Rails
  • > ASP.NET
  • > Perl
  • > Java
  • > Node.js
  • > Python

all you want to understand: Mobile Phone Security

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We depend on our phones to process and store reams of individual digital information. Our digital activities - from checking bank balance to paying for an item with a tap of the screen, to sending friends and family messages over social media, to getting to work messages remotely - have transformed our telephones into a goldmine of individual data. It's likely that by 2020, there will be more than 6 billion smartphone users in the world.
How secure is your mobile device? It's easy to forget that your mobile phone is essentially a pocket-sized computer and that, just as with any device that can connect to the Internet, mobile phones are at risk of a cyberattack.The good news is that mobile malware is still relatively uncommon, with the total rate of infections standing at 8 percent.However, mobile malware has been increasing at an alarming rate. There was a 27 percent increase in new mobile malware in the last quarter of 2017, according to McAfee. Securing your mobile phone should be a top priority, both for personal and business use.
Types of Mobile Malware :

  • > Mobile spyware
  • > Rooting malware
  • > Mobile banking Trojans
  • > SMS malware