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Top 10 Common Hacking Techniques You Should Know About

Fossbytes - 2 yearss ago
A Denial of Service attack is a hacking technique to take down a site or server by flooding that site or server with a lot of traffic that the server is unable to process all the requests in the real...

Best Hacking Tools Of 2017 For Windows, Linux, And OS X

Fossbytes - 2 yearss ago
This list will tell you about the best software used for hacking purposes featuring port scanners, web vulnerability scanner, password crackers, forensics tools and social engineering tools. We have...

Chrome web dev plugin with 1m+ users hijacked, crams ads into browsers

The Register - 11 months ago
A popular Chrome extension was hijacked earlier today to inject ads into browsers, and potentially run malicious JavaScript, after the plugin's creator was hacked. Chris Pederick, maker of the...

The Dark Arts: Meet the LulzSec Hackers

Hackaday - 2 yearss ago
It's difficult to say if [Aaron Barr], then CEO of software security company HBGary Federal, was in his right mind when he targeted the notorious hacking group known as Anonymous. He was trying...

Your WPA2 WiFi Is Not Secure

BestVPN.com (blog) - 8 months ago
This is particularly worrying because WPA2 is the most secure WiFi security protocol currently available in general use. Unlike in the past ... Today's announcement builds on work Vanhoef first...

How can I protect myself from government snoopers?

The Guardian - 2 yearss ago
As an ordinary citizen with a life, you can't hide from the security services, any more than you can defend your house against a tank regiment. If they want to hack your devices, they will. If...

WikiLeaks Unveils Treasure Trove of CIA Documents

Hackaday - 1 years ago
The documents, available on the WikiLeaks site and available as a torrent, detail the extent of the CIA's hacking program. Of note, the CIA has developed numerous 0-day exploits for iOS and...

BadUSB – now with Do-It-Yourself instructions

Naked Security - 4 yearss ago
If you've ever tried to tweak the firmware on your phone, even if it's one of those Android devices that was deliberately made to be hackable, like Google's own Nexus range, you'll...

Hey Dummy, Drop That USB Drive

PC Magazine - 2 yearss ago
"I can't remember a single Black Hat where someone didn't tell me they can hack any company," began Burzstein. "They say, 'I drop a USB, they plug it in, and boom!'...

The IoT malware that plays cat and mouse with Mirai

Naked Security - 1 years ago
Debatably, there is no such thing as grey-hat hacking when conducted on this scale, on devices that have rightful owners. Granted, these are poorly configured devices, but infecting them with more...

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