How to install Homebrew in Mac OSX

How to install Homebrew  in Mac OSX

ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL"

Type above given command in the terminal 
hit return key 
type your password
this will take some time 
and you will get this as result 

OS X Yosemite Beta is Released

OS X Yosemite Beta is now available

i have just got an email from apple Beta Program

Click “Get OS X Yosemite Beta” to download Yosemite
sign in using apple id and password
Those who don’t have Apple Beta Program
please go through this post Apple opens OS X Beta program which i have made earlier 
signup there and sign in 
then go to this url  Yesomite Beta 1 Downlaod to get your download copy


Make sure your Mac can run 

OS X Yosemite Beta.

To use this beta software, your Mac must have the following:
  • OS X Mavericks 10.9 or later installed
  • At least 2GB of memory
  • At least 8GB of availble disk space
To check the specifications of your Mac:
Click on the Apple Icon > Then click on About this Mac
Click the link below if you don’t have OS X Mavericks v10.9 or later installed.

Back up your Mac.

Please note that you are about to install beta software. Always back up your data
and files before installing beta versions of OS X. If you have another Mac, we
recommend installing OS X Yosemite Beta on your secondary computer.
Backing up files on a Mac is easy with Time Machine, the built-in backup utility
in OS X.

Download and install OS X Yosemite Beta.

To download OS X Yosemite Beta, click the Download button below. The Mac App
Store will open with your redemption code already entered. In the Mac App Store
click the Redeem button to start your download and follow the on screen instructions.
    Things you should know before installing OS X Yosemite Beta:

  • This is beta software that is still in development, which means some applications

 and services may not work as expected.

  • We recommend installing OS X Yosemite Beta on a secondary Mac. For important                                       information about resetting your Mac to OS X Mavericks, click here.
  • Important note: Enabling iCloud Drive during setup will disable iCloud Documents                                             and Data for all your existing devices. Learn More

    then accept terms 

    copy your OS X Yosemite Beta Redemption Code

    Click on Download OS X Yosemite Beta

    then your app store will open up this may ask for your sign in id and password
    after reloading your page it may look like this

    OS X Yosemite Beta starts downloading Click Launchpad to view status

    it will look like this


    How to install Wireshark on your Mac OS X

    What is Wireshark ? 

    Wireshark is the world’s foremost network protocol analyzer. It lets you see what’s happening on your network at a microscopic level. It is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many industries and educational institutions.
    Wireshark development thrives thanks to the contributions of networking experts across the globe. It is the continuation of a project that started in 1998.
    you can download it from this page 
    installation method shown below video from my youtube channel 


    Wireshark has a rich feature set which includes the following:
    Deep inspection of hundreds of protocols, with more being added all the time
    Live capture and offline analysis
    Standard three-pane packet browser
    Multi-platform: Runs on Windows, Linux, OS X, Solaris, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and many others
    Captured network data can be browsed via a GUI, or via the TTY-mode TShark utility
    The most powerful display filters in the industry
    Rich VoIP analysis
    Read/write many different capture file formats: tcpdump (libpcap), Pcap NG, Catapult DCT2000, Cisco Secure IDS iplog, Microsoft Network Monitor, Network General Sniffer® (compressed and uncompressed), Sniffer® Pro, and NetXray®, Network Instruments Observer, NetScreen snoop, Novell LANalyzer, RADCOM WAN/LAN Analyzer, Shomiti/Finisar Surveyor, Tektronix K12xx, Visual Networks Visual UpTime, WildPackets EtherPeek/TokenPeek/AiroPeek, and many others
    Capture files compressed with gzip can be decompressed on the fly
    Live data can be read from Ethernet, IEEE 802.11, PPP/HDLC, ATM, Bluetooth, USB, Token Ring, Frame Relay, FDDI, and others (depending on your platform)
    Decryption support for many protocols, including IPsec, ISAKMP, Kerberos, SNMPv3, SSL/TLS, WEP, and WPA/WPA2
    Coloring rules can be applied to the packet list for quick, intuitive analysis
    Output can be exported to XML, PostScript®, CSV, or plain text

    Private Browsing !

    Privacy mode or Private Browsing

    Privacy mode or “private browsing“, sometimes informally referred to as “porn mode“, is a term that refers to privacy features in some web browsers. Historically speaking, web browsers store information such as browsing history, images, videos and text within cache. In contrast, privacy mode can be enabled so that the browser does not store this information for selected browsing sessions. This allows a person to browse the Web without storing local data that could be retrieved at a later date. Privacy mode will also disable the storage of data in cookies and Flash cookies. It is of note that this offers virtually no privacy protection beyond the local level. For example, it is still possible to identify frequented websites by associating the IP address with the user on the server end.


    The earliest reference to the term was in May 2005 and used to discuss the privacy features in the Safari browser bundled with Mac OS X Tiger.The feature has since been adopted in other browsers, and led to popularisation of the term in 2008 by mainstream news outlets and computing websites when discussing beta versions of Internet Explorer 8. However, privacy modes operate as shields because browsers typically do not remove all data from the cache after the session. Plugins, like Silverlight, are able to set cookies that will not be removed after the session. Internet Explorer 8 also contains a feature calledInPrivate Subscriptions, an RSS web feed with sites approved for use with InPrivate browsing.
    The common web browser plugin Adobe Flash Player began supporting privacy mode in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari with the release of version 10.1 in June 2010.
    Privacy mode is known by different names in different browsers:below is shown as date of release , browser version from support this feature , and term to call this feature ! 
    Date Browser Synonym
    April 29, 2005 Safari 2.0 Private Browsing
    December 11, 2008 Google Chrome 1.0 Incognito
    March 19, 2009 Internet Explorer 8 InPrivate Browsing
    June 30, 2009 Mozilla Firefox 3.5 Private Browsing
    March 2, 2010 Opera 10.50 Private Tab / Private Window


    Whats New

    The new advanced features in Safari make it an even better place to explore the web. Safari searches even smarter so you’ll find web pages faster. It shows you all your open tabs in a great new way. Straight from Safari, you can tweet web pages, post them to Facebook, or share them via Mail or Messages. And with even more features, browsing is just the beginning.


    Safari takes your privacy seriously. You can turn on Do Not Track, an emerging privacy standard. Ticking this Privacy pane preference sends websites you visit a request not to track you online. Safari also sends a request to websites not to track you when you use Private Browsing.


    Turn on Private Browsing

    1. While browsing a webpage using Safari, choose Safari > Private Browsing.
    2. When you see a confirmation message, click OK. A Private button appears in the address field to indicate that private browsing is on.
      To skip the confirmation message, hold down the Option key while you choose Private Browsing.
    Private Browsing is always turned off when you open Safari, even if it was on when you last quit Safari.

    Turn off Private Browsing

    1. While browsing a webpage using Safari, choose Safari > Private Browsing (so the checkmark disappears), or click the Private button in the address field.
    2. Close any Safari windows you used to view private information. If you don’t close the windows, other users can view those pages using the Back and Forward buttons.
    3. If you downloaded any items from websites, Private Browsing only removes the names of the items you downloaded from the Downloads window. To get rid of the items themselves, delete them from your computer.

    If you forget to turn on Private Browsing

    After you finish browsing, choose Safari > Reset Safari.

    Google Chrome  ,                                       TorchBrowsers ,                                  Chromium 

    Incognito mode (browse in private)

    For times when you want to browse in stealth mode, Google Chrome,torch,chromium browser offers the incognito browsing mode. Here’s how the incognito mode works:
    • Webpages that you open and files downloaded while you are incognito aren’t recorded in your browsing and download histories.
    • All new cookies are deleted after you close all incognito windows that you’ve opened.
    • Changes made to your Google Chrome(Torch,chromium) bookmarks and general settings while in incognito mode are always saved.
    Tip: If you’re using a Chromebook, you can use the guest browsing feature as an alternative to incognito mode. When browsing as a guest, you can browse the web and download files as normal. Once you exit your guest session, all of your browsing information from the session is completely erased.

    Open an incognito window

    1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
    2. Select New incognito window.
    3. A new window will open with the incognito icon in the corner. You can continue browsing as normal in the other window.
    You can also use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+Shift+N (Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS) and ⌘-Shift-N (Mac) to open an incognito window.
    Windows 8 users: To switch between windows, click the window switcheron the top right corner.

    On Chrome for iOS, due to platform limitation regular and incognito* tabs share HTML5 local storage, which is typically used by sites to store files on your device (client-side caching) or to provide offline functionality. This means the same sites can always access their data in this storage in both regular and incognito* tabs. Incognito* tabs will still keep browsing history and cookies separate from regular tabs, which are cleared once those tabs are closed

    Internet Explorer 

    InPrivate Browsing helps prevent your browsing history, temporary Internet files, form data, cookies, and user names and passwords from being retained by the browser. You can start InPrivate Browsing from the Safety menu, by pressing Ctrl+Shift+P, or from the New Tab page. Internet Explorer will launch a new browser session that won’t keep any information about webpages you visit or searches you perform. Closing the browser window will end your InPrivate Browsing session.

    Mozilla Firefox 

    What does Private Browsing not save?

    • Visited pages: No pages will be added to the list of sites in the History menu, the Library window’s history list, or the Awesome Bar address list.
    • Form and Search Bar entries: Nothing you enter into text boxes on web pages or theSearch bar will be saved for Form autocomplete.
    • Passwords: No new passwords will be saved.
    • Download List entries: No files you download will be listed in the Downloads Windowafter you turn off Private Browsing.
    • CookiesCookies store information about websites you visit such as site preferences, login status, and data used by plugins like Adobe Flash. Cookies can also be used by third parties to track you across websites. For more info about tracking, see How do I turn on the Do-not-track feature?
    • Cached Web Content and Offline Web Content and User Data: No temporary Internet files (cached files) or files that websites save for offline use will be saved.

    • If you create new Bookmarks while using Private Browsing, they will not be removed when you stop Private Browsing.
    • If you save files to your computer while using Private Browsing, they will not be deleted when you stop Private Browsing. However, any files you open in an external application will be cleared from the system’s temporary folder, and none of the files you download will appear in the Downloads list.

    How do I open a new Private Window?

    There are two ways to open a new Private Window.

    Open a new, blank Private Window

    • On the menu bar, click the File menu and select New Private Window. A new Private Window will open.

    Open a link in a new Private Window

    • Hold down the Ctrl key while you click on any link and choose Open Link in New Private Window from the context menu. A new Private Window will open with the link you selected.
    Important: When in Private Browsing mode, the window title will say (Private Browsing) followed by a purple Private Browsing mask. You may also have other windows open that are not Private Browsing windows.

    How do I always start Firefox in Private Browsing?

    There is a setting in the Preferences window that automatically enables Private Browsing whenever you start Firefox.
    Note: If you enter Private Browsing this way, the Firefox title bar won’t say (Private Browsing) and won’t have a purple Private Browsing mask but Firefox will still not retain your history as described above.
    1. On the menu bar, click on the Firefox menu and select Preferences…
    2. Select the Privacy panel.
    3. Set Firefox will: to Never remember history.
    4. You will see a message that Firefox needs to restart to enable this feature. Click OKand Firefox will restart in permanent Private Browsing mode.


    Create a private tab

    To create a private tab, select Tabs and Windows > New Private Tab from the menu. Alternatively, right-click the tab bar and select “New Private Tab” from the context menu.

    Close a private tab

    Close a private tab in the same way as a normal tab. To close all the private tabs you have open at once, right-click a tab and select “Close All Private Tabs” or use the Ctrl+Shift+Q keyboard shortcut.

    Private windows

    If you prefer to use separate windows when browsing, rather than tabs, you can create a private window by selecting Tabs and Windows > New Private Window. Closing the window removes all traces of your browsing.
    *A closed private tab or window cannot be recovered from the “Closed Tabs” drop-down on the right side of the tab bar.
    While private tabs or windows do not leave any record of the websites you visit, if you deliberately save data, for example, if you save a bookmark, or download a file, it will still be visible after the tab is closed.

    Delete private data

    If you are not using the private browsing functionality, you can still protect your privacy by configuring Opera to clear the history and cache or other type of private data when you close the browser. To do this, go to Opera > Preferences…. Click the ‘Privacy & security’ tab on the left sidebar. Under ‘Privacy’ click the Clear Browsing Data… button. From the dialog, you can check-select what you would like to delete (browsing history, download history, cookies, cache, or passwords) and how far back in time you would like to do so.

    Disable or clear data from the password manager

    If you use the password manager to save your passwords, you may want to disable it when sharing a computer or using a public one. Go to Opera > Preferences…. Click the ‘Privacy & security’ tab on the left sidebar. Under ‘Passwords’ untick the Offer to save passwords I enter on the web checkbox.
    If you use the password manager to save your personal data for auto-completion in online forms, you can clear this information by clicking the Manage saved passwords button. From the dialog, you can search for passwords and tell Opera to forget information by hovering over an entry and click the ‘X’ that appears to the right.

    How to enable 3rd party apps in Mac os x Mountain Lion

    open up System Preferences from Dock or Launcher
    Then open security & Privacy 
    Click lock icon on left corner of Security & Privacy Window 
    Now it will ask your admin Password to grand access 
    “System Preferences is trying to unlock security & Privacy preferences. Type your password to allow this “
    type your password in the box and click unlock 
    Now you can see a section called “Allow application download from :”

    1. Mac App Store
    2. Mac App Store and identified developers
    3. Anywhere
    by default it will be 2. Mac App Store and identified developers 
    you have to change it to 3. Anywhere 
    now a small drop down window will appear for confirmation 
    click “Allow From Anywhere”
    now unlock icon again to lock window 
    Done 🙂 

    Here Video

    Done 🙂

    How to see passwords in Browser

         How to see passwords in Browser ?

    yep you can see your or your friends password while typing or see saved password ! 

    how ? 

    i will add my video about this tutorial 

    here i am posting my new tutorial about how to see password in safari , old one doesn’t have that info

    Thanks for watching my tutorial , plz give your valuable comments and suggestions, share in your social media sites , and Click some ads ;D

    Thanking you all in anticipation ! 

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