Cracking and using your modem

Hello people ,Today I am going to give you a guide on how you can make and receive calls using Huawei modem from your personal computer.
For those using desktops,you need to have an external microphone and maybe a speaker that is if your CPU doesn't have an inbuilt speaker.
most of the Huawei modems are supported in fact all of them are supported since the software we are going to use is provided by Huawei hence you don't have to worry about bugs.
"why isn't this software provided as the default?",I am sure that is what you must be asking youself but the reason behind this is that the service providers,i.e Safaricom,Airtel,Orange and Yu provide their own altered version of the mobile partner dashboard which can not make calls.The mobile partner dashboard provided by Huawei is not so different from the one provided by the service providers.As you can see below,the only difference is the call button.
N/B-     This software works on unlocked modems only,but don't worry,by the end of this tutorial you will be able to unlock your modem.
       -     This software supports Windows and Linux.

                 Download the latest version of the mobile partner dashboard here. 

                         HOW TO UNLOCK YOUR HUAWEI MODEM
Unlocking your Modem is not that hard,just a few steps and you are done. 
Here are a few ways you can accomplish this :
1.Unlock it online from specific websites.
2.Unlock it from your computer using unlocking software.
3.Request Huawei to unlock it for you(This means its not illegal).

1.Unlock it online from specific websites.
click on this link 
The site will ask for your modem's IMEI / IMSI number then it calculates the unlock code.
How you use the unlock code is explained at the end of the tutorial
-IMEI code is indicated at the back of the modem.
-You are also at liberty to google for other sites.

2.Unlock it from your computer.
You need to download the following code generators before we proceed.
a)Universal master code .
                                                Download it here.
       -pleas do check the huawei supported.

b)Huawei unlocker

                                                   Download it here.
N/B-This applications are very lite thus dont need to be installed for them to run.
       -You will need WINRAR to open the compressed files.You can download it here.(you can choose 64bit or 32bit but I recomend 32bit).

3.Request Huawei to unlock the modem
click here to access this service 
-This seems like the best way though I haven tried it.

 How to unlock the modem using the unlock code.
-Insert unauthorized sim card into the modem e.g if the modem was tailored to safaricom users,insert a Orange or Airtel sim card.
-You will be asked for the modem's unlock code.
-Enter the unlock code from the code generator and you can now use your modem and of course with any simcard.
-After inserting a new sim card,you may need to create a new network profile.
You may use the following settings.
Profile name: Safaricom click 'static'
APN: Safaricom
Access number: *99#
Username: saf
Password: data
Click 'save'

Profile name: Airtel click 'static'
Access number: *99#
User name: leave it blank
Pass: leave it blank
Click 'save'

Profile name: YU click 'static'
APN: internet
Access number: *99#
User name: leave it blank
Pass: leave it blank
Click 'save'

Profile name: Orange click 'static'
Access number: *99***1#
User name: leave it blank
Pass: leave it blank
Click 'save'
                               How to make a new profile.
-Open dashboard and navigate to Tools>options.
-Go to profile management and click on new.
-Fill in settings according to your network.
>Now plugin your modem and launch the newly installed mobile partner dashboard.

Enjoy making calls from your PC.
ask questions where necessary.


Understanding Oracle



IBM was the first company to develop a RDBMS, however, Oracle Corporation made history in 1980 by releasing its RDBMS, Oracle, for commercial use. Just a few years later the company would release a version of its system for IBM computers. Since its exhibition to the RDBMS market, Oracle has consistently led the way. According to Gartner, Oracle owned nearly 50% of the RDBMS market in 2011. In addition to opening up the commercial market for RDBMS, the Oracle Corporation also was the first company to develop a commercial-level version of SQL that was designed to manipulate data in a RDBMS using (at that time) queries and joins.


The first “real” release of the Oracle RDBMS was Oracle 2. This system supported only basic SQL features, and it was written in an assembly language. The following year, and for the next 10 years or so, Oracle Corporation released updates to its flagship database. Probably one of the reasons the Oracle RDBMS has managed to remain at the top of mighty RDBMS is linked to its product updates that are closely tied to changes in the market. Database buzzwords such as “scalable”, “programmable”, “distributed”, and “portable” are also tied to Oracle release. For example, in 1985 support for a client-server model was added in anticipation of a growing acceptance of network communication. As the Internet paved the way for the Digital Era, the Oracle RDBMS was updated to include a native Java virtual machine (JVM).
Oracle Database 12c is the most recent release of the RDBMS, and it includes the following features:
  • New data redaction to enhance security of sensitive data
  • Introduction of Oracle Advanced Analytics platform
  • New database handling for archiving Flash Data Archive (FDA)
  • Support for integrating with operating system processor groups
  • Support for data pump for database consolidation
  • Several enhancements to Oracle Application Express, a rapid-development tool that allows users to develop Web apps using SQL and/or PL/SQL.
  • Advanced network compression to enhance performance

Mobile social media facts

The developing world has not had the luxury of fixed wire internet from poles and wires. To provide access for the aspirational masses the mobile wireless networks are a fast track to a global world. Put up a tower rather than build an expensive fixed infrastructure.
So the mobile phone has made the web accessible for almost everyone.
  • In India mobile devices account for 72% of all web site traffic
  • There are 1.65 billion active mobile social accounts globally
  • 561 million active mobile social accounts are located in East Asia

Facebook facts

You may scream at Facebook for its dominance and arrogance. But it can’t be ignored.
Tall poppies are easy targets but the reality is that Facebook has cracked the social network code. It’s the ultimate beta business. Testing features in real time and snapping up online apps that push the boundaries of  use experience in a world that is about digital disruption.
  • There are nearly 1.4 billion Facebook users
  • 47% of all Internet users are on Facebook
  • 4.5 billion likes are generated daily
  • Nearly 75% of Facebook’s revenue comes from mobile advertising
  • Direct uploads of user videos to Facebook now exceed YouTube 

Twitter facts

Twitter is an accidental social network but don’t be fooled. It’s a great brand awareness facilitator.
  • Twitter has 284 million active users at last count
  • 88% of Twitter users are on mobile
  • 500 million tweets per day

Google+ facts

Google saw the writing on the wall but turned up to the party a little too late.
  • Google+ cost over half a billion to design and develop
  • 363 million users
  • The +1 button is hit 5 billion times per day

Instagram facts

This network is owned by Facebook. They saw that social and mobile was a powerful intersection of synergies. They were right!
  • Instagram has 300 million users
  • 70 million photos and videos are sent daily
  • 53% of internet users aged 18-29 use Instagram

Pinterest facts

Pinterest has made the pinboard a virtual activity. It’s female centric and very visual.
  • 80% of Internet users on Pinterest are female
  • 70 million users are on Pinterest
  • 88% purchase a product they pinned

LinkedIn facts

LinkedIn dominates the professional social network segment. It is one of the oldest having started in 2002. Almost the grandfather of social networks.
  • LinkedIn has 347 million registered members
  • Total revenue at the end of 2014 was $643 million (a growth rate of 44% over the previous period)
  • There are over 39 million students and recent college graduates on LinkedIn

Other social media facts

Facebook maybe the biggest and baddest but there are many other social media facts and networks that shouldn’t be forgotten. Both niche and non-English speaking.
  • Viber has over 200 million users
  • There are 639 million users on Qzone (China)
  • 600 million users on Whatsapp
  • Facebook messenger has 500 million users
  • Wechat is close behind with 468 million users (China)
  • Snapchat has been valued at close to $20 billion at the last valuation
  • Snapchat has 100 million monthly users
  • Russia’s “VKontake” has 100 million users
  • Social networks will earn $8.3 billion from advertising in 2015

Password Managers For Business Use

Dashlane Premium
The Premium version, though, works on a wide variety of devices, handles more than just passwords, manages keys carefully, and has a lot of administrative tools that will make it appealing to business.
Keeper Security
Keeper is not only a password manager, but also a secure vault, which stores and encrypts -- and allows sharing of -- any kind of files, not just credentials. When operating within Keeper, new files that are created are encrypted and stored within it.
CommonKey is simply a Chrome extension, so it operates only on devices that run Chrome.
LastPass Enterprise
LastPass brings a bit of gamification into the system, with its LastPass Security Audit, which not only helps find weak and duplicate passwords, but scores and ranks users' password postures.
Pleasant Password Server
It is the multi-user management tool for KeePass Password Safe, an open-source password manager. In Pleasant, admins can share passwords and data and manage folders. Pleasant integrates with Active Directory and LDP, within it administrators can manage users and roles, and grant temporary access. It creates reports about password age, strength and expiration and collects access logs as well.
ManageEngine Password Manager Pro
 Manage multiple customers' passwords in one instance with data segregation.
Meldium (by LogMeIn)
If all you want is to manage passwords for cloud services, Meldium may get the job done. The tool manages passwords for 2,350 cloud services, including Amazon AWS, Google Drive, DropBox, Box, SalesForce, and WordPress.
Zoho Vault
From Zoho Vault, administrators can create and manage user groups, transfer and acquire ownership of passwords, create reports on user activity and access, and restrict access by IP address.
Team Password Manager
You can upload other kinds of files and bind them to passwords and projects within Team Password Manager.
Passwords can be shared or sent securely.