Monthly Archives: October 2016

Over 50 sports mobile apps for sale

Over 50 sports mobile applications plus source code are available for sale. The mobile applications feature fixtures, live scores and standings of most popular leagues in Europe.

The mobile applications have been published in Amazon stores, BlackBerry app world, Google Play store, Opera app store, Samsung galaxy app store and Windows Phone stores

The following monetization methods have been used in the apps to generate income:

a) In-App Advertising: supports free downloads and display of Ads

b) Paid Apps: Purchase applications before usage.

c) In-App Purchases: Selling digital Goods

The applications that have over 10000 downloads are been sold because the number of applications developed have exceeded the capacity to maintain and support them.

The sale include source codes, app transfer and social media accounts.

If interest in the applications, send an email to support[at]dolphinsds[dot]com


Major cyberattack knocks Twitter, Paypal, Spotify offline on 21-10-2016


Cyberattacks targeting a little known internet infrastructure company, Dyn, disrupted access to dozens of websites on Friday, preventing some users from accessing PayPal, Twitter and Spotify.

Dyn, whose customers include some of the world’s most widely visited websites, said it did not know who was responsible for the outages that began in the Eastern United States, then spread to other parts of the country and overseas.

The outages were intermittent, making it difficult to identify all the victims. But technology news site Gizmodo named some five dozen sites that were affected by the attack. They included CNN, HBO Now, Mashable, the New York Times,, the Wall Street Journal and Yelp.

Dyn said attacks were coming from tens of millions of internet-connected devices — such as webcams, printers and thermostats — infected with malicious software that turns them into “bots” that can be used in massive denial-of-service attacks.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security last week issued a warning about this powerful new approach, noting it was concerned about the potential for new incidents after code for malware used in these crimes was published on the internet.

Dyn said late on Friday that it was fighting the third major wave of cyberattacks launched from locations spread across the globe, making them harder to fight.

“The complexity of the attacks is what’s making it very challenging for us,” said Dyn’s chief strategy officer, Kyle York.