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Adeboye inaugurates U.S. RCCG Camp

New York - Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has prayed for Christians in the North America to receive “double portion’’ in their growth and advancement.

Boyfriend Of Dead Marathon Sex Girl Forced To Marry Her Corpse

Plans have been concluded by the family of a man, Ifeanyi Sunday, whose lover, Chinyere Ezeala, died in his home at Ejigbo, Lagos State, Southwest, Nigeria after rounds of sex, to marry the deceased as tradition demands in order to be able to bury her.

Oamide Turn Down D-banj's Offer.

For a while now, D’Banj and his management team have been planning to sign in rapper Olamide to the his label, however, Olamide turned down the Koko master’s offer, preffering to roll alone for now.
Olamide, who does not want to play the fool at this phase of his career, politely told D’Banj that he was not ready to surrender some of his powers, especially having to be booked for shows only by D’Banj’s management outfit, pleaded for time to even think about the offer as he still wants to work with his present team and taking things as they come for now.

23 years old student found laying dead.

23 years old student found laying dead after a night out with an unknown Richman.


Please be careful on how you eat from men, do not be greedy. This girl, a 23 years old law student of
the University of Abuja, went to sit out with an unknown rich man in a hotel who she only met on the internet [Facebook], her room mate warned her not to go but she insisted. The following morning, she was found laying dead [pictured]. Autopsy has revealed that she was poisoned. Had she listened to her room mate,
this would not have happened.

Olamide And his Manager goes seperates ways.

Olamide has parted ways with his manager, Tony Nwakalor.

NET investigations revealed the pair stopped working together, following commitment issues from both parties..

A source close to the rapper told us he became unsatisfied with Nwakalor’s commitment to his career.

‘Olamide seemed to have lost confidence in Tony because since working with D’banj, Tony seemed to be more committed to D’banj than him and it doesn’t work like that’, said the source.

Olamide’s new manager who gave her name simply as Rachel, confirmed the situation, but declined giving further details.

‘Do you actually expect me to tell you that something happened? Nothing happened, he just changed management and that’s all.’

When reached for comments, Nwakalor asked our reporter to call back later and then did not pick up his calls when we later tried to reach him.

D’banj hired Tony Nwakalor who also manages actress Tonto Dikeh just two months ago.

The Yes Records boss replaced D’Banj’s former friend-manager Abisagboola Oluseun John, popularly known as Bankulli.

Nwakalor who now runs 1805 Entertainment and Olamide started working together in August, 2011 after the rapper stopped working with his former manager, Toni Payne.

Wi-Fi routers: More security risks than ever

The research team that discovered significant security holes in more than a dozen home Wi-Fi routers adds more devices to that list at Defcon 21.

  More major brand-name Wi-Fi router vulnerabilities continue to be discovered, and continue to go unpatched, a security researcher has revealed at Defcon 21.
Jake Holcomb, a security researcher at the Baltimore, Md.-based firm Independent Security Evaluators and the lead researcher into Wi-Fi router vulnerabilities, said that problem is worse than when ISE released its original findings in April.
The latest study continues to show that the small office and home office Wi-Fi routers are "very vulnerable to attack," Holcomb said.

"They're not a means to protect your network and your digital assets," he cautioned.
Holcomb is a relatively young researcher, in his mid-20s, who turned his lifelong interest in computer security into a professional career only in the past year. Previously, he was doing network security for a school district in Ohio.
The new report details 56 new Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures, or CVEs, that Holcomb and the other ISE researchers have found in popular routers. These include the Asus RT-AC66U, D-Link DIR-865L, and TrendNet TEW-812DRU, for which Holcomb plans on demonstrating vulnerabilities at Defcon on Saturday and Sunday.
Requests for comment from the affected vendors were not immediately returned. CNET will update this story when we hear from them.
You might not think that the router security holes could affect you, or would be easy to exploit, but Holcomb explained that because the vulnerabilities appear to affect most routers, and are hard to fix, these could put nearly every person who connects to a vulnerable router at risk.
The scenario he explained from the noisy hallways of the Rio Convention Center here was a common one. Small-business and home Wi-Fi router administration often employs weak passwords, or static passwords that are the same across multiple stores, like a Starbucks.
The Asus RT-AC66U, one of the routers that has been discovered to have vulnerabilities.
(Credit: Dong Ngo)
All an attacker has to do is go to his favorite Seattle-based coffee joint, buy a venti latte and a low-fat pumpkin ginger muffin, and get the establishment's Wi-Fi password. Then, equipped with access to the Wi-Fi network, all that attacker would have to do is use one of the exploits that ISE has uncovered. The router would be compromised, including all the Web traffic flowing through it.
Holcomb compared the problem of fixing routers to traditional PCs. "In most cases, automatic updates are enabled for Windows and Mac," he said. But, he added, "even if a router manufacturer were to implement a similar feature, most people don't log into their routers."
Basically, because people have been trained to think of the router as a set-it-and-forget-it device, and one without security flaws, it's nearly impossible to get them to update router firmware.
The TrendNet TEW-812DRU, another of the routers that has been discovered to have vulnerabilities.
(Credit: Dong Ngo/CNET)
The fix won't be an easy one, at least not logistically. "I think the solution is for routers to automatically update, and give users the ability to opt out of it," Holcomb said. But given the reluctance of some major router manufacturers to address the problems, these exploits could exist unpatched in the wild for years to come.
Holcomb said that while TP-Link fixed all the vulnerabilities that ISE reported to it, D-Link has never responded. And Linksys, he said, chose not to repair many of the vulnerabilities reported to it.
In the case of the Linksys EA-6500, someone can place their own code in the router's configuration file and overwrite it. "It's an attack that relies heavily on social engineering," said Holcomb, "but it's an example of the vendors not resolving a vulnerability. Why [not], I don't know."
Under the guidelines of responsible disclosure, Holcomb says that ISE notified all router manufacturers of the vulnerabilities discovered before going public with them, giving them a chance to fix them.
The D-Link DIR-865L, also discovered to have vulnerabilties.
(Credit: D-Link)
Holcomb will be demonstrating how to take control of three different routers using a different vulnerability in each.
For the aforementioned Asus router, he plans to demonstrate a buffer overflow exploit; for the D-Link he plans to use Web-based and symlink directory traversal exploits; and he will attack the TrendNet router using a cross-site scripting forgery and command injection exploit.
"All three give us a root shell," he said, meaning access to the router's lowest levels of code.

[Photo] At Taiwo’s Wedding- Don Jazzy And D’Banj: performing Toghether.

One thing led to another Don jazzy and D banj together again at his sister wedding ceremony.

[PHOTOS] Wizkid Ayo London Tinz..


all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy'
that's Wizkid decide to hang out in London..

[The Glo Slide And Bounce Tour] P. Square, Flavour, M.I, Omawumi, And Lagbaja

em eyepees


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