Easiest way to check if someone is spying on your Android phone

Easiest way to check spyware on your Android phone

Most of Spying apps on Android uses Device Admin privilege to track activity on your phone , to Track and transfer your data without  your knowledge , they gain Device admin privilege somehow (may be you grant them by accident  or some person did it with certain intension  ) , And they somehow hide spyware like some file locking apps can be hidden .

When some apps gain Device admin access on you android phone it can do almost anything on your android phone without your knowledge or any warning One example of what app can do with Device admin is Android device manager By google itself Which is designed to locate your phone , track it or erase your data remotely. ring your phone If you lost your mobile , the same apps are designed by samsung and many others vendor to track their mobiles if lost .

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Android device manager remote page which can perform various action remotely with gaining device admin access

So you people already knew what is Device admin access , so you can disable most of genaral spyware  just checking your devices admin , and removing them if some unknown apps are gaining Device admin which can spy or misuse you data .

HOW TO CHECK ( if someone is spying on your Android phone)?

Go to setting >> Security >> Device Administrators >>

And see if there are some unknown and unusual apps on your phone , if so remove them from there and you might be on step towards your safety

Beside these simple steps  some spyware on your Android phone can  do lot more , yes they can hide themselves from Device administrators list after gaining device admin right  
For those spyware you can always use a free version of hidden Device Admin cleaner app on play store to scan hidden Device Admin of your phone .

I hope this article helped you to understand some of the spyware , and remove them easily from your Android phone , beside these some of Antivirus softwares can also helps you to get rid of spywares.
THank you , stay safe , saty protected .
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VPN on windows phone 8.1

setting up VPN on windows mobile 8.1 as well as android and ios.

how to setup vpn for windows phone step by step guide  ?

setting up vpn for windows phone 

Lets start !! 

First go to https://hide.me/en/ signup and get username and password then verify your account

go to settings  on your windows phone 8.1 and select VPN

click on + button to add profile on VPN setting of Windows phone 8.1

VPN on windows mobile 8.1

Fill the server adress "nl.hide.me " if ths doest work try "free-nl.hide.me" and username and password you created on first step

VPN on windows mobile 8.1

After that save and connect   you will Notice that change on wifi logo after VPN successfully connected Through VPN on your windows phone 8.1
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Then verify if it  VPN works or not by opening hide.me/en/check on your internet explorer of windows phone 8.1

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Now you are successfully using VPN on Windows phone 8.1

If your windows phone is still running on windows 8 see how to get windows 81 on windows phone so you can use VPN on windows phone 8.1

NOTE** I used hide.me service to give demo how VPN works on Because till date this is only one which provide free VPN for windows phone supported LKEv2 protocal .Beside this Few paid software are available on windows store like "sonicwall mobile connect" and "Junos pulse " etc  To setup hosted ssl VPN support.

Here is a short video to demonstrate 

 VPN on Windows phone 8.1 as well as Android and ios lets know little about VPN.

Simply  VPN (Virtual private Network) is a Network from which you can securely and privately  connect your private Network across  the public or shared internet.In other words VPN is a private tunnel For you to access your Network from public or shared connection where you don't need to worry about your security as well as privacy.

So what is the practical use of VPN in daily life ?

  • VPN is mainly used in many organisation to give access of their private network and resources like file ,application,printer etc to their employee or to get access of their employees files ,data etc securely.
  • Connecting multiple Networks together securely to share server and many other networked Resources.
  • For maintaining online privacy who are much more sensitive on their privacy but uses public or shared networks.
  • It can also be used to  get rid of regional restrictions for eg many reporters use their VPN to access internet freely even on  censorship on internet.

NOTE **using VPN  you can Bypass internet censorship as well as access Regionally restricted content .Few examples

You can download from blackberry playbook by setting up VPN even you dont have blackberry services on your country or you can enjoy watching HULU from anywhere even if your country dont have access.
Since VPN has many networking protocols  of different types 
  1. Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
  2. Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) 
  3. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 
where PPTP is considerd least secured and easy to setup and supports wide operating systems and the complexity as well as security goes on with number 2 & 3

Manualy setting up VPN connection are complex process but many service provider as described below are free to use for pc and mobile devices so why not get secured today !!

Android and ios have many Free and paid app for VPN setup some of them are discussed below.

Many servives like OPEN VPN and hotspotshield are  free VPN Network with great security  and also provide support for wide range of device support including mobile phone devices of android and ios why not try ?? Be secure , Access all services of internet without any Regional Restrictons and protect your privacy Now !!

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I will  keep updated if any other better VPN service provider is available for Windows phone 8.1.
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Fix Apps Not Connecting To Internet – Windows 8 (8.1)

Your PC isn’t connected to the Internet. To use the Store, connect to the internet and try again”.

We’ve all heard of network problems when launching the internet and cruising through various websites, but encountering the error using Metro Apps is something entirely new. Nonetheless, it needs to be fixed, and dealt with immediately. If you are among the victims of this acrimonious situation, follow the detailed methods described below and ensure you are not deprived of the fascinating Apps sitting in the Store.
Method 1: Use Microsoft’s Troubleshooter
To address this issue, Microsoft has come up with an instant troubleshooter that automatically detects problematic identities and fixes them on the spot. To download this tool, visit the address  and follow the wizard accordingly:
If running the troubleshooter did not help your case, try working through the following solutions.
Method 2: Disable Proxy Connection
Proxy server acts as an intermediate between your system and the outside world. This can often mess up the internet routes and block certain accesses. To disable this setting, execute this procedure:
  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Click the gears icon displayed at the top right and choose Internet options
  • Navigate to Connections tab
  • Open LAN settings
  • Uncheck Use a proxy server for your LAN
Try accessing the Store again and see if the issue is mended. If it did not, try other alternatives quoted below.
Method 3: Swap Accounts
It is sometimes observed that switching back and forth between Local and Microsoft Accounts refreshes any recent account changes and cures the illness. To do this, here are the steps:
  • Open Start Screen (Windows key)
  • Type Users and click the icon displayed in Settings
  • Click Switch to a local account
  • Repeat the process to switch back to Windows Live Account
If this doesn’t help, continue with the journey.
Method 4: Reset Store Cache
Imitating your web browser, Microsoft Windows Store stores cache locally on your computer to help the apps load faster. Sometimes, this accumulation becomes a problem resulting in efficiency drop-downs and installation failures. To clear this data, reset the cache through the following steps:
  • From your Start Screen, type wsreset
  • Hit Enter
  • Wait for the cache to clear
  • Ensure the message The cache for the Store was cleared. You can now Browse he Store or app
Enter your Store again and see if the problem is eliminated. If not, there is still much more you can try.
Method 5: Disable Firewall Settings
Firewall manages data exchanged between your PC and the network. It is a highly important security tool, but sometimes, it even blocks legal activities hindering your network tasks. Try disabling this program and see if the issue disappears:
  • Open Start Screen
  • Type Windows Firewall and click the icon located under Settings
  • Choose Turn Windows Firewall on or off from the left pane
  • Enable Turn off Windows Firewall under Private network settings
  • Click OK
If making this change did not satisfy your need, make sure to switch it back on by enabling Turn on Windows Firewall
Method 6: Repair System Files
Most PC issues are related to a damaged or missing system file crucial for its operations. To check whether this is the cause to your problem, run SFC scan from the Command menu and try entering the Store again:
  • Press Windows + X keys and choose Command Prompt (Admin)
  • Enter the command sfc /scannow and hit Enter
  • Wait for the system to check and repair file issues
Method 7: Set correct Date and Time
Running Metro Apps from an unsynchronized data and time settings is a common mistake leading to operation errors. Make sure you have set the correct values, and retry your login into the Store:
  • Press Windows + C keys to open Charms bar
  • Click Search
  • Type Date and Time
  • Click Set the time and date
  • Click Change date and time button
  • Ensure correct entries
  • Click OK
If none of the methods illustrated above fixed your cause, revert to a PC Refresh and start with a cleaner slate. This will most likely obliterate the error and grant you legal access into the Metro GUI. To perform a PC Refresh, here are the steps:
  • Open Charms bar (Windows + C keys) and click Settings
  • Click Change PC settings
  • Go to General
  • Locate Refresh Your PC without affecting your files
  • Click Get started under it
Once your system reboots to a refreshed state, enter Metro Screen again. If the error persists, perform a Windows 8 reinstall to guarantee a cure to this dilemma:

  • Enter the General option from the Settings menu described formerly
  • Locate Remove everything and reinstall Windows
  • Click the Get started button
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5 Best VPNs for iPhone – 2014 Edition

With the release of the iPod, Apple started a technological revolution which means that today the sales of smartphones and tablets outweighs that of personal computers.
Initially launched in 2007, the iPhone is now in its seventh generation, and though Android is a worthy competitor, it is still strongly considered as the better handset.
With over a billion apps available for iPhones more and more of us have been turning to VPN services to protect our privacy. How do you decide which is best? That’s where we come in! We have looked high and low to find you the best VPN services out there for your portable Apple device (iPhone, iPad) using the following criteria:
  • Speed of service
  • Quality of the software
  • Quality of customer service
  • Number of servers/ IPs
  • Price

We have only considered those with OpenVPN encryption as the recent Edward Snowden/ NSA leaks have given reasonable doubts over the security of others.
The table below provides a quick summary and afterwards you can find a more in depth overview.




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Take a look below to see slightly more detailed views about each provider.

Winner – ExpressVPN

Positives: No logs, great speeds, 30 day money back guarantee, great iOS support
Negatives: Medium price, US company
ExpressVPN was an outstanding candidate as not only does it have great VPN features but also dedicated iOS support (and Android). They have servers in 47 countries, with fast and reliable speeds and a 30 day money back guarantee, their only downside being based in the US and some basic logging. To help you set up your handset they provide an auto-configuration utility but you can also do so yourself. iOS is initially configured to use L2TP/IPSec so make sure you change this to OpenVPN to get the best level of security.
Take a look at a screenshot of the app below:
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2. VyprVPN

Positives: fast, 160-bit and 256-bit OpenVPN encryption (Pro only), Android app, iOS app, 3 day free trial, 3 simultaneous connections, P2P: yes
Negatives: based in the US, keeps logs for 30 days
We reviewed only the Pro and Premium packages as the basic package is restricted to the insecure PPTP protocol. These services offer a high security encryption (up to 256-bit OpenVPN) with a fast all round service (including P2P downloading) and an iOS app (L2TP). The big bonus with VyprVPN is it allows the use of up to 3 devices simultaneously catering for all of your devices (Macs included). The only downside is their logging.
They also have a 3 day free trial, so you can test them to see if they are good without getting charged!
Click the link below, you really can’t go wrong with them!

3. ibVPN

Positives: cheap, no logs (but many caveats), accepts payments via Bitcoins, P2P: yes, lots of support for iOS
Negatives: painfully slow on a regular basis, many caveats to ‘no logs’ claim, 0 simultaneous connections
ibVPN has an impressive iOS support with a very detailed setup guide, full feature service, great security settings (PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, OpenVPN) and a 15-day trial service. It is very cheap and it’s possible to pay by BitCoin to protect your identity. However, their logging policy is hazy and the usually good connection speeds can be temperamental.

4. Private Internet Access

Positives: accepts Bitcoin, no logs, blazingly fast, client features port forwarding, VPN kill switch and DNS leak protection, P2P: yes, 3 simultaneous connection
Negatives: No free trial, no server statistics, iOS support a bit basic
PIA is somewhat the opposite of ibVPN as it has fantastic (and constant) speeds with some killer security features; no logs, shared IPs, Bitcoin payment, leak protection (DNS and IPv6), port forwarding and even a kill switch! As a computer (Windows & OSX) client it ranks a lot higher but for iOS it is let down by its poor and limited setup guides as well as no available trial period.

5. AirVPN

Positives: accepts Bitcoin, no logs, 256-bit AES encryption, dynamic port forwarding, real-time user and server statistics, support for Tor over VPN and VPN through SSL and SSH tunnels, good speeds, 3 day free trial, P2P: yes
Negatives: 0 simultaneous connections, limited (but sufficient) iOS support
AirVPN is definitely the highest ranking in terms of security. Being based in Italy it means that it doesn’t have to conform to the Data Retention Directive and being run by internet privacy (h)activists it has an amazing AES 256-bit OpenVPN encryption and even allows the use of Tor and SSL and SSH tunnels. It has an adequate iOS set-up manual but offers no simultaneous connections.

VPNs for iPhone

Since the both the computer and the internet started off as government projects it is no surprise that they have always wanted to keep a hold on it and limit the public’s access and their use. This remains true to this day with the recent NSA PSISM and GCHQ spying revelations (most notably as outlined by Edward Snowden) it is understandable we that we the people wish to protect ourselves and our basic human rights on all the devices that we use.
With all our portable devices we never think twice about connecting to public WiFi hotspots but there are hackers out there who wish to gain our information for personal gain and this can be very easy to do (see Firesheep).
By using VPNs and encrypted tunnels it is possible to protect yourself from both of these foes.

Choosing a VPN protocol

Until the start of 2013 only the built-in VPN client could be used to connect to a server, but this had limited security protocols. In this article we explain in full detail the variations and pros and cons of each but here is a brief summary of the ones we mentioned in the article:
  • PPTP – the easiest to set-up and most supported but also the least secure. We therefore do not recommend it as a stable solution but as a quick-fix for using a public WiFi spot it is acceptable.
  • L2TP/IPsec – a lot more secure but it is trickier to set up due to the need to input a pre-shared IPsec key, though most VPN providers provide detail guides or even an auto-configuration file to simplify this.
  • OpenVPN – One of the fastest and most secure with the use of the amalgamation of a number of security technologies but it is very fiddly to set-up and needs a third party software. Until recently it was only available forjailbroken phones but with the release of OpenVPN Connect all iPhones after 3G have this ability. If you read this article carefully even the setup should be doddle.
The VPN client built into iOS can be found by tapping:
Settings -> General -> Network -> VPN
Your VPN provider will give you instructions for the settings you need to enter. Most support either PPTP or L2TP’IPsec, but not always both.
The VPN icon in the task bar lets you know the device is connected to a VPN server

 OpenVPN connect

OpenVPN connect
Although it has taken a while, support for OpenVPN on iPhones via OpenVPN Connect is growing, although even if not explicitly supported, any service that supplies standard OpenVPN configuration files should work with OpenVPN Connect.

Dedicated iOS VPN apps

iPhones and iOS devices are falling behind Android devices in terms of VPN due to their lack of dedicated apps (specifically considering those that support OpenVPN) but both HideMyASS and NetShade are working towards this. However, this is improving and the apps we recommend help and support the set-up process.

Number of simultaneous devices

This is the number of devices that you can use at the same time to access the VPN service. Often neglected but it is very important but if you’re like us you will want to have your computer, tablet and phone connected all the time without having to keep switching the VPN on/off constantly.


In conclusion, in today’s ever more public and developing world it is important for each and every one of us to protect ourselves against harmful intrusions and protect our internet connections. As summarised in the table below we have shown you the best; whether you’re interested in ease of use or level of security.

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