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  1. So we have started a few competitions on twitter giving away licenses to scripts last month we gave away a license to freelance cockpit for this month we are giving away a license to Wowonder
  2. 🔒 locked thread please private message @3pacs
  3. w3bbi3

    intro New Joinee

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    pixelphoto 1.1.1

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  5. w3bbi3

    GET Freelance Cockpit

    Version 3.3.0

    14 downloads

    Key Features Dashboard Helpful overview of open projects, open invoices, received and outstanding payments, open tasks, messages and events. Project Management Create and manage all your projects. Project Tasks You can add tasks to any project. Lead Management Create and manage all your leads and even import leads by a .csv file. Client Tasks You can enable clients to create tasks. Tasks Timers Every agent can track his time spent on tasks and every task has a dedicated timesheet. Tasks Timesheets Every task has it’s own timesheet. Project Milestones Milestones will help you to group your tasks together. Support Tickets Let your Clients open tickets to keep track of any incident. It also supports email tickets. Project Timer This will help you to track the time you have spent on a project. GANTT Charts on Projects Every project has it’s own gantt chart grouped by milestones or agents Multi File Upload and File Commenting On all projects you can upload any kind of files, like a screenshot of the mockup you made for a new web project and share them with your client. Client Management Easily manage your clients with all the details you need. Client Portal Your clients can view the status of their projects and invoices. Invoice Management Creating and sending invoices was never that easy! Expenses Track all your expenses. Estimates Send estimates to your clients. Recurring Invoices Create recurring invoices. Calendar Beautiful calendar with optional Google calendar integration. Item Management Manage your items/products Reports A nice chart to view your income, expenses by a given period User Activity Widget See who is online. Email Notifications Get email notifications on new messages, project assignment etc. User Access Levels Control the access of your agents to the different modules. Quick Access Quickly open a project or start/stop the timer using the Quick Access widget. Database backup Never loose any data again! System Update As soon as an update gets released, you can update your application within the webinterface. Easy Installation Tool Very easy installation, no programming skills required. Multi Language Support Full language support with language files. Quotation Request The quotation request form can be accessed without login, so you can send the link directly to potential clients or just add the link to your corporate website. Private Messaging Send private messages to admins and clients. Stripe payment Integration Your clients can easily pay via credit card using the stripe service. Authorize.net payment Integration Your clients can easily pay via credit card using the authotize.net service. 2Checkout payment Integration Your clients can easily pay via credit card using the 2Checkout service. Paypal IPN Integration Your clients can easily pay invoices via Paypal. Paypal Subscription Integration Paypal subscriptions for recurring invoices. Customize CSS You can change the CSS styles directly from the settings page. Theme Color Customizer You can change all main colors like the sidebar background, body background etc with a very easy color picker on the settings page so the layout perfectly fits your brand style. Login Style The login page is available in side mode and center mode and you can choose the background image or upload your own. Gravatar support Gravatar will be used as a fallback if you don’t upload a profile image. And more ...

    Free

  6. View File Freelance Cockpit Key Features Dashboard Helpful overview of open projects, open invoices, received and outstanding payments, open tasks, messages and events. Project Management Create and manage all your projects. Project Tasks You can add tasks to any project. Lead Management Create and manage all your leads and even import leads by a .csv file. Client Tasks You can enable clients to create tasks. Tasks Timers Every agent can track his time spent on tasks and every task has a dedicated timesheet. Tasks Timesheets Every task has it’s own timesheet. Project Milestones Milestones will help you to group your tasks together. Support Tickets Let your Clients open tickets to keep track of any incident. It also supports email tickets. Project Timer This will help you to track the time you have spent on a project. GANTT Charts on Projects Every project has it’s own gantt chart grouped by milestones or agents Multi File Upload and File Commenting On all projects you can upload any kind of files, like a screenshot of the mockup you made for a new web project and share them with your client. Client Management Easily manage your clients with all the details you need. Client Portal Your clients can view the status of their projects and invoices. Invoice Management Creating and sending invoices was never that easy! Expenses Track all your expenses. Estimates Send estimates to your clients. Recurring Invoices Create recurring invoices. Calendar Beautiful calendar with optional Google calendar integration. Item Management Manage your items/products Reports A nice chart to view your income, expenses by a given period User Activity Widget See who is online. Email Notifications Get email notifications on new messages, project assignment etc. User Access Levels Control the access of your agents to the different modules. Quick Access Quickly open a project or start/stop the timer using the Quick Access widget. Database backup Never loose any data again! System Update As soon as an update gets released, you can update your application within the webinterface. Easy Installation Tool Very easy installation, no programming skills required. Multi Language Support Full language support with language files. Quotation Request The quotation request form can be accessed without login, so you can send the link directly to potential clients or just add the link to your corporate website. Private Messaging Send private messages to admins and clients. Stripe payment Integration Your clients can easily pay via credit card using the stripe service. Authorize.net payment Integration Your clients can easily pay via credit card using the authotize.net service. 2Checkout payment Integration Your clients can easily pay via credit card using the 2Checkout service. Paypal IPN Integration Your clients can easily pay invoices via Paypal. Paypal Subscription Integration Paypal subscriptions for recurring invoices. Customize CSS You can change the CSS styles directly from the settings page. Theme Color Customizer You can change all main colors like the sidebar background, body background etc with a very easy color picker on the settings page so the layout perfectly fits your brand style. Login Style The login page is available in side mode and center mode and you can choose the background image or upload your own. Gravatar support Gravatar will be used as a fallback if you don’t upload a profile image. And more ... Submitter w3bbi3 Submitted 12/02/2018 Category Scripts Demo https://codecanyon.net/item/freelance-cockpit-3-project-management-and-crm/4203727 Nulled No VirusTotal Tested Yes  
  7. View File Academy - Course Based Learning Management System What is ‘ACADEMY’ ACADEMY is a marketplace script for online learning. Here students and teachers are combined together for sharing knowledge through a structured course based system. Teachers or instructors can create unlimited number of courses, upload videos and documents according to their expertise and students can enroll to these courses and make themselves skilled anytime and from anywhere. So start selling your courses by installing ACADEMY and make your online business today. It is a UDEMY clone! Quick start guide for course instructor/admin Read all our provided documentation carefully before using the software Install the application following “Installation and Update” guide carefully Login as site administrator to organize your system At first update your System Settings and Payment Settings from Settings option of the left sidebar menu. Also make sure to provide a valid YouTube API key and a valid Vimeo API key on System Settings. If you have updated the Settings successfully, you can go to Categories option from the same left side bar menu and create Categories. After creating Category, you can create Sub-categories under a specific Category. For creating Sub-categories you can go to Categories page, select a specific category, click on Action dropdown menu and select Manage Sub-categories. It will take you to the Sub-categories page. Now you can simply click on “+Add Sub Category” button and fill all the required fields to create a Sub-category. Now its time to create some Courses. Since a course will contain all the video lessons you have to create it carefully. Move to Courses option from the left menu, You will get a “Add Course Form” after clicking on “+Add Course” button. Fill all the fields carefully Every Course should have at least one Section. Because at the end you will have to add a lesson under a specific section of a specific course. So, now you will have to create at least one section. Move to Courses page, select a specific course, click on action dropdown menu and select Manage Section. After clicking on Manage Section you will get the list of Section which is empty now. You have to create one by clicking the “+Add Section” button As you have created a Course and a section or multiple sections, now you will be able to create a lesson. Now lets move to the Course page again, select a specific course, click on Action dropdown button, select Manage Lesson. It will also show the list of lessons that you’ve created. To add new you can just click on “+Add Lesson” button Quick start guide for course students Since the application has been already installed. Student can access the website by simply hitting the application URL Home page will appear every time a student hits the url. From the home page a student can search for a specific course, get all the top courses, top ten latest courses, get category based courses. A student can sign up if he/she is not registered yet. If a student is already registered he/she can log in. Student can add courses on their Shopping Carts or add them on their Wishlists Student can see the course details by simply clicking on a course thumbnail. Course details page contains all the essentials information about a course like, Title, Description, Outcomes, The prerequisites of the course, Lesson list Instructor details and the rating and reviews. User can see a course overview here If Student want to buy course they must add those courses on their cart After adding a course on Shopping cart if a student wants to see their cart items, they can to go to the Shopping Cart page by clicking on Go To Cart button, which appears on hovering over the cart icon of the header Student can remove courses if they want from the shopping cart page On the right side of the shopping cart page is the total price of the cart items. Under that is the Checkout button. If student want to checkout they can simply click on the Checkout button and pay for those courses After a successful checking out student can see their courses on the My Courses menu. Student will get the My Courses button by hovering over their profile image from the header My Courses page will show all the courses which is purchased by that student. Student can play the lessons by clicking on the thumbnail from the My Courses page Update Log version 1.1 – November, 2018 [ backend ] [ frontend ] version 1.0 – October, 2018 Submitter w3bbi3 Submitted 12/01/2018 Category Scripts Demo Nulled No VirusTotal Tested Yes  
  8. Version 1.1

    19 downloads

    What is ‘ACADEMY’ ACADEMY is a marketplace script for online learning. Here students and teachers are combined together for sharing knowledge through a structured course based system. Teachers or instructors can create unlimited number of courses, upload videos and documents according to their expertise and students can enroll to these courses and make themselves skilled anytime and from anywhere. So start selling your courses by installing ACADEMY and make your online business today. It is a UDEMY clone! Quick start guide for course instructor/admin Read all our provided documentation carefully before using the software Install the application following “Installation and Update” guide carefully Login as site administrator to organize your system At first update your System Settings and Payment Settings from Settings option of the left sidebar menu. Also make sure to provide a valid YouTube API key and a valid Vimeo API key on System Settings. If you have updated the Settings successfully, you can go to Categories option from the same left side bar menu and create Categories. After creating Category, you can create Sub-categories under a specific Category. For creating Sub-categories you can go to Categories page, select a specific category, click on Action dropdown menu and select Manage Sub-categories. It will take you to the Sub-categories page. Now you can simply click on “+Add Sub Category” button and fill all the required fields to create a Sub-category. Now its time to create some Courses. Since a course will contain all the video lessons you have to create it carefully. Move to Courses option from the left menu, You will get a “Add Course Form” after clicking on “+Add Course” button. Fill all the fields carefully Every Course should have at least one Section. Because at the end you will have to add a lesson under a specific section of a specific course. So, now you will have to create at least one section. Move to Courses page, select a specific course, click on action dropdown menu and select Manage Section. After clicking on Manage Section you will get the list of Section which is empty now. You have to create one by clicking the “+Add Section” button As you have created a Course and a section or multiple sections, now you will be able to create a lesson. Now lets move to the Course page again, select a specific course, click on Action dropdown button, select Manage Lesson. It will also show the list of lessons that you’ve created. To add new you can just click on “+Add Lesson” button Quick start guide for course students Since the application has been already installed. Student can access the website by simply hitting the application URL Home page will appear every time a student hits the url. From the home page a student can search for a specific course, get all the top courses, top ten latest courses, get category based courses. A student can sign up if he/she is not registered yet. If a student is already registered he/she can log in. Student can add courses on their Shopping Carts or add them on their Wishlists Student can see the course details by simply clicking on a course thumbnail. Course details page contains all the essentials information about a course like, Title, Description, Outcomes, The prerequisites of the course, Lesson list Instructor details and the rating and reviews. User can see a course overview here If Student want to buy course they must add those courses on their cart After adding a course on Shopping cart if a student wants to see their cart items, they can to go to the Shopping Cart page by clicking on Go To Cart button, which appears on hovering over the cart icon of the header Student can remove courses if they want from the shopping cart page On the right side of the shopping cart page is the total price of the cart items. Under that is the Checkout button. If student want to checkout they can simply click on the Checkout button and pay for those courses After a successful checking out student can see their courses on the My Courses menu. Student will get the My Courses button by hovering over their profile image from the header My Courses page will show all the courses which is purchased by that student. Student can play the lessons by clicking on the thumbnail from the My Courses page Update Log version 1.1 – November, 2018 [ backend ] [ frontend ] version 1.0 – October, 2018

    Free

  9. Version

    65 downloads

    Livestream plugin's for wowonder found on the net not tested

    Free

  10. View File Live stream for wowonder Livestream plugin's for wowonder found on the net not tested Submitter w3bbi3 Submitted 12/01/2018 Category WoWonder | PlayTube | FLAME | PixelPhoto Demo Nulled No VirusTotal Tested Yes  
  11. w3bbi3

    New Here

    Welcome @paru not played fortnite yet but what console do you play it on? I play gta V and Star Wars battlefront 2 at the moment
  12. For starters this thread you have posted this in is not a sales page! it is to share free scripts retail or nulled. We have a section for people to sell in the marketplace.! this thread is now locked.
  13. Written by Scott Shackelford Nov 2, 2018 | CYBERSCOOP Back in November 1988, Robert Tappan Morris, son of the famous cryptographer Robert Morris Sr., was a 20-something graduate student at Cornell who wanted to know how big the internet was – that is, how many devices were connected to it. So he wrote a program that would travel from computer to computer and ask each machine to send a signal back to a control server, which would keep count. The program worked well – too well, in fact. Morris had known that if it traveled too fast there might be problems, but the limits he built in weren’t enough to keep the program from clogging up large sections of the internet, both copying itself to new machines and sending those pings back. When he realized what was happening, even his messages warning system administrators about the problem couldn’t get through. His program became the first of a particular type of cyber attack called “distributed denial of service,” in which large numbers of internet-connected devices, including computers, webcams and other smart gadgets, are told to send lots of traffic to one particular address, overloading it with so much activity that either the system shuts down or its network connections are completely blocked. As the chair of the integrated Indiana University Cybersecurity Program, I can report that these kinds of attacks are increasingly frequent today. In many ways, Morris’s program, known to history as the “Morris worm,” set the stage for the crucial, and potentially devastating, vulnerabilities in what I and others have called the coming “Internet of Everything.” Unpacking the Morris worm Worms and viruses are similar, but different in one key way: A virus needs an external command, from a user or a hacker, to run its program. A worm, by contrast, hits the ground running all on its own. For example, even if you never open your email program, a worm that gets onto your computer might email a copy of itself to everyone in your address book. In an era when few people were concerned about malicious software and nobody had protective software installed, the Morris worm spread quickly. It took 72 hours for researchers at Purdue and Berkeley to halt the worm. In that time, it infected tens of thousands of systems – about 10 percent of the computers on the internet. Cleaning up the infection cost hundreds or thousands of dollars for each affected machine. In the clamor of media attention about this first event of its kind, confusion was rampant. Some reporters even asked whether people could catch the computer infection. Sadly, many journalists as a whole haven’t gotten much more knowledgeable on the topic in the intervening decades. Morris wasn’t trying to destroy the internet, but the worm’s widespread effects resulted in him being prosecuted under the then-new Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. He was sentenced to three years of probation and a roughly $10,000 fine. In the late 1990s, though, he became a dot-com millionaire – and is now a professor at MIT. Rising threats The internet remains subject to much more frequent – and more crippling – DDoS attacks. With more than 20 billion devices of all types, from refrigerators and cars to fitness trackers, connected to the internet, and millions more being connected weekly, the number of security flaws and vulnerabilities is exploding. In October 2016, a DDoS attack using thousands of hijacked webcams – often used for security or baby monitors – shut down access to a number of important internet services along the eastern U.S. seaboard. That event was the culmination of a series of increasingly damaging attacks using a botnet, or a network of compromised devices, which was controlled by software called Mirai. Today’s internet is much larger, but not much more secure, than the internet of 1988. Some things have actually gotten worse. Figuring out who is behind particular attacks is not as easy as waiting for that person to get worried and send out apology notes and warnings, as Morris did in 1988. In some cases – the ones big enough to merit full investigations – it’s possible to identify the culprits. A trio of college students was ultimately found to have created Mirai to gain advantages when playing the “Minecraft” computer game. Fighting DDoS attacks But technological tools are not enough, and neither are laws and regulations about online activity – including the law under which Morris was charged. The dozens of state and federal cybercrime statutes on the books have not yet seemed to reduce the overall number or severity of attacks, in part because of the global nature of the problem. There are some efforts underway in Congress to allow attack victims in some cases to engage in active defense measures – a notion that comes with a number of downsides, including the risk of escalation – and to require better security for internet-connected devices. But passage is far from assured. More organizations are also taking preventative action, adopting best practices in cybersecurity as they build their systems, rather than waiting for a problem to happen and trying to clean up afterward. If more organizations considered cybersecurity as an important element of corporate social responsibility, they – and their staff, customers and business partners – would be safer. In “3001: The Final Odyssey,” science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke envisioned a future where humanity sealed the worst of its weapons in a vault on the moon – which included room for the most malignant computer viruses ever created. Before the next iteration of the Morris worm or Mirai does untold damage to the modern information society, it is up to everyone – governments, companies and individuals alike – to set up rules and programs that support widespread cybersecurity, without waiting another 30 years. Scott Shackelford is an Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics; Director, Ostrom Workshop Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance; Cybersecurity Program Chair, IU-Bloomington, Indiana University This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.
  14. Hi all This thread has been made so you can talk about everything Wowonder, pixelphoto, flame and playtube. Please note that there no sharing in this thread or it will be deleted. Kind regards
  15. w3bbi3

    CODE Custom Wowonder Script

    So you bought it once and null it but its not nulled? Does not make sense at all if you said you buy the scripts and we will customise it for $25 now that makes sense that’s a business
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