How to protect your .MP3 from downloading in your OTT project

Securing your content is a crucial aspect, when it comes to downloading a media or a muti-media files from prying eyes of your users specially on an OTT based project if you’re working on to. Now this can get tricky and might cost you some money if you make up you’re mind in buying some plugins from third party vendors. The neat trick mentioned below helps for any .mp3 files or an .aac file, song which you want it to be secured and by no means want them to be downloaded by your clients or users/readers/listeners etc.

The code is mentioned below on my GitHub repo as well as screengrab here, now this is again for hard coded from scratch for OTT platforms only.

here is the website:

the full code can be inspected here for reference:

Behold, a Giant I’m I, prevent piracy and be safe!

How to find where the websites is hosted, IP, owner etc, ports open and the rest info – Google Chrome extension

Well interested in finding the lurking information for any website which you need the maximum info of that or from it?, well you’re in luck for most of the time in-case you use this cool plugin which shall many times come handy and is basically a info sec tool in reality but can also be used for productivity purpose. Meet Shodan.

The Shodan plugin tells you where the website is hosted (country, city), who owns the IP and what other services/ ports are open.

The Shodan plugin for Chrome automatically checks whether Shodan has any information for the current website. Is the website also running FTP, DNS, SSH or some unusual service? With this plugin you can see all the info that Shodan has collected on a given website/ domain.
Do note that this plugin is somewhat outdated but does the job most surprisingly well indeed.

SSH via browser – Google Chrome

Wanna geek around SSH and use a browser for that, well you’re on luck and this is not something new, few folks working at Google have found out the way using a SSH or a secure shell via or with a browser is possible and the simplest way to do this is through using an extension. We shall consider Google Chrome browser and install the extension via the Chrome Web Store.

Terminal emulator and SSH and SFTP client. The name here says it all. Find this cool extension fro Google Chrome here…

Happy SSH’ing!!! meanwhile let me know which other SSH clients you guys prefer on Google Chrome or Firefox, comments are open below.

How can I fix apt error “W: Target Packages … is configured multiple times”? in Google Chrome for Fedora & Ubuntu !

This is what I’ve encountered recently at the time of writing that Google Chrome on Ubuntu and it’s derivatives could not be updated/upgraded via terminal or GUI, that is default package updater as seen in Linux !

The error’s can be any of these:-

W: Target Packages … is configured multiple times

E: Repository ‘ stable Release’ changed its ‘Origin’ value from ‘Google, Inc.’ to ‘Google LLC’
N: This must be accepted explicitly before updates for this repository can be applied. See apt-secure(8) manpage for details.

It’s quite simple and straight forward in Ubuntu and it’s derivatives just go to
System settings >> Software and Updates >> Other Software and removing each duplicate entry from the list worked fine.
Note the below given screenshot can help and your mileage may vary depending on which OS you’re on.

Just somehow delete the duplicates as seen on the check boxes for Google chrome !

On Fedora just uninstall and reinstall the latest Google chrome package from the official Google’s website. Select a rpm package as usual.

Issue with Apt update error, Google Chrome on Ubuntu and its derivatives fixed + for RPM based distros too !

Howdy folks, take a deep breath for those existing(old version Linux users) people who wanna upgrade the Google Chrome browser via terminal. Here’s the fix. You might be getting this on your terminal command output :-

After the stable version 60.0.3112.90 roll along, Google changed key for Chrome Linux repositories. You can fix it by importing new repo key here (for Ubuntu users only):-

wget -q -O - | sudo apt-key add -

Now you should be able to update the system without any errors.

This works for APT-based distributions like Debian, Ubuntu and derivatives (Linux Mint, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, etc.)

Apparently even this should work well,

sudo apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys 6494C6D6997C215E


sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade

For Fedora based distros that is on a RPM-based system (Fedora, SUSE, Mandriva, RHEL, etc.), download the key and then use rpm to install it.

sudo rpm --import

You can verify the key installation by running:

rpm -qi gpg-pubkey-7fac5991-*

To manually verify an RPM package, you can run the command:

rpm --checksig -v packagename.rpm

That’s it

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Google drive:- storage prices have been slashed heavily.

Good news !

From today onwards all the Google drive users across the planet will get heavy consideration from Google for its Google drive storage services

Prices have been slashed upto 80%. Yes now 100GB of space costs $1.99 a month (down from $4.99/m); the whooping 1TB now only needs $9.99/m (down from $49/m) to stay ticking over; and if you’re really in need of 10TB+ storage the the monthly fee starting at $99.99 per month, may suit your needs.

for more details for purchases visit your dashboard, after signing in to your Google account

Have fun !

Permanently browse in “incognito mode” in Google Chrome – A How to !

Do you wish for a private secure browsing on the most popular browser on the planet “Google Chrome” which has a market share of about 58 to 60%, then look no further for all your safe shopping needs, online transactions and much more. The simple tutorial shown below would be of great help for all the Chrome fans out there.

Incognito in Google Chrome behaves like InPrivate mode in Internet Explorer. When browsing the Internet using Incognito mode with Chrome, your pages, browser and search history are kept private and won’t be traced back to you. Cookies and other temporary Internet files are deleted when you close your browser.

Let’s get started, first we need to go to the desktop or any location were the Google Chrome shortcut is saved and then we just need to right click the icon and go to properties and just add the line as shown below:-

–incognito command switch to the end of the line. It should be:

"C:Program FilesGoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe" -incognito



Voila that’s it you’re done and every time you open your Chrome browser you are into the private browsing mode.

Njoy !

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