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Hacking “Request Attendance” in Microsoft Kaizala

Hacking “Request Attendance” in Microsoft Kaizala

Kaizala is a chat application that is quite famous and is a product of Microsoft. With the big-name Microsoft, of course, the quality and security of Kaizala do not need to be in doubt. As a chat application, Kaizala is still less popular than WhatsApp. Organizations or companies widely used Kaizala because it has an attendance feature. This attendance request feature has an option that requires you to mark attendance and send the address where you are located and can also be accompanied by a photo. Then the admin of a group will download the results of the attendance. What if you don't want to provide your location? Attendance requests on Kaizala require you to provide a location address. If you turn off GPS on your smartphone device, you cannot mark the attendance request. To solve this problem, you can use a fake location by using a GPS application that is widely available on the Playstore. Can you find out if you use a fake location? The admin of the group can tell if you are using a fake GPS application. The coordinates of the fake GPS have a different number of digits than the real GPS. The original GPS coordinates have an average numerical scale of 5-7 digits (-5.3289161). While the fake GPS application has a numerical scale of over 12 digits (-5.32903405631405). Kaizala Attendance Hacking So that you are not known if you use a fake GPS application when marking attendance requests on the Kaizala application, you must use a fake GPS application that produces...

How to Fake Your Location on Google Chrome

How to Fake Your Location on Google Chrome

The Google Chrome browser will automatically use a geolocation service that can pinpoint your exact location. With this geolocation service, you can use map services such as Google Map or other services that require location information. On a cellphone, it has a fairly high accuracy thanks to the GPS device in it. While on a Laptop / PC the location is determined based on the IP address you are using. So that the location accuracy becomes less accurate because of the network settings from the ISP you are using. If you need accurate location data on the Google Chrome browser, you can set your location coordinates manually in advanced settings. You can also provide fake coordinates if you don't want your location to be tracked by browsers. Another method to fake your location is to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) or use a browser extension. In this article, Bardimin will show you how to fake your location without VPN and browser extensions. How to fake location on Google Chrome Open the web address that you want to fake your location, for example url: “https://maps.google.com/”.Open "Developer tools" by pressing the key (Ctrl + Shift + I). Click the three dots button, then select “More tools > Sensors”. At the bottom of the panel you will see the “Sensors” tab, then on the button click the option button in the “Location” field. You can select a city that is available in the options, or select "Other..." for a location that is not available in the selection and then you...