No Privacy Left !!!

Carding - No Privacy Left Today, one of my friend messaged in WhatsApp group saying “Guys, my Axis bank debit card number and CVV number got hacked and deducted 7000rs (plus some change) from my account, keep your card number and CVV safe”. That’s when I got more frustrated, irritated and lot of emotions busted out of me. Immediately, my reply in WhatsApp group was “WTF?? When and how did it happen?? Lodged police complaint??” He said “Yesterday (16th May 2018) around 3-4pm. Also, I have submitted fraudulent form with fraud details and they will investigate”. Along with that he sent a screenshot of that transaction. After looking at it, I did some Googling and figured out the registrar data and it was an International transaction made on www.crazy8.com My friend was not aware of this transaction until he got an SMS saying, “Transaction declined due to insufficient funds”. So, this was their 2nd attempt!! Just few days back, I have heard about carding. So, I…
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Jenkins Interview Questions & Answers

Jenkins Interview Questions

What Is Jenkins? Jenkins is an open source continuous integration tool written in Java. It keeps a track on version control system and to initiate and monitor a build system if changes occur. What Is The Difference Between Maven, Ant And Jenkins? The most basic difference is: Maven and Ant are Build Technologies whereas Jenkins is a continuous integration tool. Which Scm Tools Does Jenkins Support? Jenkins supports the following SCM tools: AccuRev CVS Subversion Git Mercurial Perforce Clearcase RTC What Is Continuous Integration In Jenkins? In software development, multiple developers or teams work on different segments of same web application so you have to perform integration test by integrating all modules. In order to do that an automated process for each piece of code is performed on daily bases so that all your codes get tested. This process is known as continuous integration. Wha…
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JMeter Interview Questions & Answers

Jmeter Interview Questions

What Is Jmeter? JMeter is one of the Java tools which is used to perform load testing client/server applications. Apache JMeter is open source software, a 100% pure Java desktop application designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance of the application. It was originally designed for testing Web Applications but has since expanded to other test functions. Explain How Jmeter Works? JMeter acts like a group of users sending requests to a target server. It collects response from target server and other statistics which show the performance of the application or server via graphs or tables. Explain Where You Can Use Functions And Variables? Variables and functions can be written into any field of any test component. Mention What Are Regular Expressions In Jmeter? Based on the pattern, regular expression are used to search and manipulate text. JMeter is useful in interpreting forms of r…
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Hadoop Interview Questions & Answers

Hadoop Interview Questions

On What Concept The Hadoop Framework Works? It works on MapReduce, and it is devised by the Google. What Is Mapreduce? Map reduce is an algorithm or concept to process Huge amount of data in a faster way. As per its name you can divide it Map and Reduce. The main MapReduce job usually splits the input data-set into independent chunks. (Big data sets in the multiple small datasets) MapTask: will process these chunks in a completely parallel manner (One node can process one or more chunks).The framework sorts the outputs of the maps. Reduce Task : And the above output will be the input for the reducetasks, produces the final result. Your business logic would be written in the MappedTask and ReducedTask. Typically both the input and the output of the job are stored in a file-system (Not database). The framework takes care of scheduling tasks, monitoring them and re-executes the failed tasks What Is Comput…
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MongoDB Interview Questions & Answers

Mongodb Interview Questions

What Are Nosql Databases? What Are The Different Types Of Nosql Databases? A NoSQL database provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data that is modeled in means other than the tabular relations used in relational databases (like SQL, Oracle, etc.). Types of NoSQL databases: Document Oriented Key Value Graph Column Oriented What Kind Of Nosql Database Mongodb Is? MongoDB is a document oriented database. It stores data in the form of BSON structure based documents. These documents are stored in a collection. Which Are The Most Important Features Of Mongodb? Flexible data model in form of documents Agile and highly scalable database Faster than traditional databases Expressive query language What Is A Namespace In Mongodb? A Namespace is the concatenation of the database name and collection name. For e.g. school.students with school as the database and students as the collection. …
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PHP+MySQL Interview Questions & Answers

Php+mysql Interview Questions

Who Is The Father Of Php And Explain The Changes In Php Versions? Rasmus Lerdorf is known as the father of PHP. PHP/FI 2.0 is an early and no longer supported version of PHP. PHP 3 is the successor to PHP/FI 2.0 and is a lot nicer. PHP 4 is the current generation of PHP, which uses the Zend engine under the hood. PHP 5 uses Zend engine 2 which, among other things, offers many additional OOP features How Can We Submit A Form Without A Submit Button? The main idea behind this is to use Java script submit() function in order to submit the form without explicitly clicking any submit button. You can attach the document.formname.submit() method to onclick, onchange events of different inputs and perform the form submission. you can even built a timer function where you can automatically submit the form after xx seconds once the loading is done (can be seen in online test sites). In How Many Ways We Can Retrieve…
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Blue Prism Interview Questions & Answers

Blue Prism Interview Questions

What Is Robotic Automation? Robotic automation refers to a style of automation where a machine, or computer, mimics a human’s action in completing rules based tasks. What Is Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation? Robotic Automation refers to process Automation’s where computer software drives existing enterprise application software in the same way that a user does. Automation is a tool or platform that operates other application software through the existing application user interface. Is Robotic Automation Like Screen Scraping Or Macros? No, clerical Robotic Automation is a generation on from old technologies like screen scraping or macros. The major differences are: Robots are universal application orchestrators – any application that can be used by a person can be used by a modern robot, whether mainframe, legacy, bespoke application, web service enabled or even a closed 3rd party API hosted service.…
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Sap Hybris Interview Questions & Answers

Sap Hybris Interview Questions

How To Run Multiple Hybris Instance In One Machine? Basically hybrid runs on a tomcat instance. Hybris is shipped with a bundled tomcat. So the question here is actually, how to run multiple tomcat in one machine. We can run as many hybris we want, till our machine memory permits. To do so, we need to make each instance of tomcat to have it’s own ports to use. Make below ports unique for each instance. We should add below properties in local property file of each instance with unique values.. tomcat.http.port=7001 tomcat.ssl.port=7002 tomcat.ajp.port=7009 tomcat.jmx.port=7003 tomcat.jmx.server.port=7004 Why Order Is Important In Items.xml? We need to follow an order in items.xml, when we declare item types in items.xml. Below are the reasons for it. Each items.xml is parsed in single pass. This means, more specific types are dependent on general types. In such case they should have been…
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Tally Interview Questions & Answers

Tally Interview Questions What Is Tally? It's a powerful software on Accounting, In chittagong we are the only sole dealer of Tally accounting software. Tally is a method of communicating camera usage to the camera operator or subjects (called "talent"). Most professional-level cameras have a special TALLY light in the viewfinder and on front of the camera viewfinder that is activated when the camera is "taken" on the program buss of the video switcher. Why Did Tally Solutions Retire Tally 7.2? Tally 7.2 is already two generations behind in technology. Tally 8.1 was released almost 19 months ago, and Tally 9, almost 12 months ago. The current release is Tally 9 Release 2.1. Apart from being outdated and built on obsolete technology, most tools used for its development are no longer available or supported. This results in an inability to keep repairing and/or upgrading the product to meet the needs of continuously changing hardware and software environments. Is Tally…
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XML Interview Questions & Answers

Xml Interview Questions

What Is Xml? XML is the Extensible Markup Language. It improves the functionality of the Web by letting you identify your information in a more accurate, flexible, and adaptable way. It is extensible because it is not a fixed format like HTML (which is a single, predefined markup language). Instead, XML is actually a metalanguage—a language for describing other languages— which lets you design your own markup languages for limitless different types of documents. XML can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard metalanguage for text document markup (ISO 8879). What Is A Markup Language? A markup language is a set of words and symbols for describing the identity of pieces of a document (for example ‘this is a paragraph’, ‘this is a heading’, ‘this is a list’, ‘this is the caption of this figure’, etc). Programs can use this with a style sheet to create output for screen, print, audio, video,…
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