Worm, Virus & Trojan Horse: Ethical Hacking Guidance

Hackers have a variety of abilities, including programming and computer networking. They frequently employ these abilities to gain access to systems. The goal of a cyber-attack against a company would be to steal critical information, disrupt commercial operations, or physically damage computer-controlled equipment. To achieve the planned approach, Trojans, viruses, and worms can be utilized. …

What is Social Engineering? Attacks, Techniques & Prevention

The art of influencing users of a computing system into having to reveal that can be used to obtain illegal access to a computer system is known as social engineering. Exploiting human kindness, greed, and curiosity to obtain entry to restricted access buildings or convincing users to install backdoor software are examples of acts covered …

Ethical Hacking Roadmap – A Beginners Guide

Originally, the term “hacker” was defined as a professional programmer with knowledge of machine code and computer operating systems. A ‘hacker’ is now defined as someone who engages in hacking activities on a regular basis and has adopted hacking as a lifestyle and philosophy. Hacking is the act of changing a system’s functionality to achieve …

Cyber Security Threats To Your Computer Systems

Anything that causes data loss or corruption, as well as physical harm to the hardware and/or infrastructure, is considered a computer system threat. The first step in defending computer systems is to understand how to recognize computer security threats. Threats could be planned, incidental, or generated by natural disasters. In this article, we’ll go over …

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What is Hacking? What are the types of Hackers

Hacking is the term used to describe acts intended at accessing digital devices such as computers, cellphones, tablets, and even entire networks. While hacking isn’t necessarily for harmful objectives, most references to hacking, and hackers, currently describe it as illegal cybercriminal activity motivated by financial gain, protest, information gathering (spying), or even just for the …