A smart way to run any website as a mobile app

A smart way to run any website as a mobile app

With the widespread use of mobile phones and the Internet, the number of online portals and websites is also increasing day by day.

According to Estatika, from 1991 to 2021, more than 1.88 billion websites were registered on the Internet. However, only 15 percent of them are active.

Nepal also has many websites in different fields. We use social media to read or view content on websites that we find useful. If you use social media to read news from certain online portals then this article is suitable for you.

In this article, we provide information on how to easily create a mobile application for any website.

After creating a mobile application, you can view all the news, articles, or other content of that website from the mobile app.

You can create a mobile application and put it on your home screen to watch, read or listen to any favorite web portal, especially when you feel it is appropriate.

Some are mainstream media mobile applications, while others may not. In such a case, when creating a mobile app for those websites, you are freed from the hassle of having to go to links from social networks from time to time.

For that, first, download this app from Play Star. Feel free to download it as you do not need to use any of your own data.

After opening the app, you can see the search or type URL box at the bottom.

Put a link to any website you want to create an app on.

If you need a Facebook page app for any person or media, you can use this method.

After you type the link to any website, that website opens.

Then tap on the settings icon at the top right.

Then tap Add to Home screen and click the Create button in the bottom right corner

If you do so, the app of that website will be ready on your home screen.

If you uninstall the previously downloaded app Hermit, all the apps you created on the home screen will be lost. It can create as many apps as needed.

The dangerous new malware, can hide before more than 50 antiviruses available on the market

Researchers have discovered malware that can be hidden from more than 50 antiviruses available on the market. The malware was identified by 42 cyber security researchers from the Palo Alto Network's Threat Intelligence Team Unit.

The team first detected the malware last May using the Brute Ratel BRC4 tool. The quality of the design and the speed at which it was distributed among the victims' endpoints made the researchers aware that there was a 'state-sponsored actor' behind the campaign.

It mentions the hand of a hacker or company contracted by the state. Although this tool is dangerous, researchers have shown more interest in its distribution route. This malware has started to look like a fake CV.

A CV is an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) file that, once mounted on a virtual drive, looks like a Microsoft Word document.

Researchers have not yet been able to identify the "circumcised actor" behind BRC4. Russia's APT29 (AKT Cozy Bear) has been suspected of using ISO weapons in the past.

The NASA satellite that flew to the moon came in contact

A NASA satellite heading towards the moon has come in contact. A small satellite called Capstone has been cut off from NASA's radio antenna network Deep Space Network since Tuesday.

According to the news, this satellite was out of contact after leaving the Earth's orbit for the moon. NASA has informed that the satellite came in contact after 24 hours.

Launched from New Zealand on June 28, the satellite is about the size of a microwave oven and weighs about 25 kilograms.

According to CGTN News, it will take another four months for the satellite to reach the moon due to its low energy consumption.

If the rest of the mission is successful, the Capstone satellite will send important information about the moon to the earth for months.