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    What Exactly is Session Hijacking [Tutorial]

    by  • June 14, 2011 • Student Series • 1 Comment

    Session hijacking is widely used method by hackers for temporarily stealing network connections or login sessions. You might have heard this term used a lot by hackers & some of you have emailed me to explain it in brief. So this post will explain you what exactly is session hijacking & I have written another […]

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    Hacking & Network Security: What Is It Exactly (For Noobs)

    by  • September 25, 2010 • Student Series • 0 Comments

    It is not strange to call this generation as “intelligent” generation, the era of computers & internet. Humans are connected to each other through the world of computers spread over a network. Essentially, in technical language, Computers communicate with each other through network. So any data communication between 2 or more computers involves transfer, sharing […]

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    Gmail Account Is Secure From Hacking

    by  • August 9, 2009 • Student Series • 6 Comments

    We use mail clients for sharing emails through our friends & colleagues & different purposes. But what are essential aspects for a perfect mail service are mentioned as follows. Simple User Interface Customization in GUI Easy Filtration Spam Filtration Secured mail transactions Overall Security From 6 aspects mentioned above we find first 5 in any […]

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    Black Box Testing in Penetration Testing

    by  • July 3, 2009 • Student Series • 1 Comment

    This article is the part of series “Ethical Hacking Student Guide Series.” Don’t forget to subscribe with Hackers Enigma to stay updated. Black box is a second type of penetration testing which is something “real hackers thing” In black box testing a professional ethical hacker is hired to perform test on a network. He just […]

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    White Box Testing in Ethical Hacking

    by  • July 2, 2009 • Student Series • 3 Comments

    This article is posted under the ‘Ethical Hacking Student Guide Series’ Don’t forget to subscribe to be updated. White box testing is the form of penetration testing as I explained before; it is performed with the full knowledge of subjected network or system. Ethical hackers are hired for this purpose which could be freelancers or […]

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    Penetration Testing In Ethical Hacking

    by  • June 30, 2009 • Student Series • 3 Comments

    This article is posted under the “Ethical Hacking Student Guide Series”. So don’t forget to subscribe our blog to stay updated. Penetration testing in simple words can be defined as the test on the live networks or servers directly by attacking by the trained ethical hacking professional person or network security administrator. If you still […]

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    Vulnerabilities – Know More

    by  • June 27, 2009 • Student Series, Vulnerabilities • 0 Comments

    Vulnerabilities are the tricks-of-the-trade for hackers, giving an intruder the ability to heighten one’s access by exploiting a flawed piece of logic inside the code of a computer. Like the hackers that seek them out, vulnerabilities are usually quite mysterious and hard to prove they even exist. They are confusing or undocumented source code, usually […]

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    Intrusion Attack Through Port Scanning

    by  • June 16, 2009 • Exclusive, IP, Student Series • 2 Comments

    Port scanning determines which ports are listening to the active connections on the subjected host. These ports represent potential communication channels. With the help of port scanning we get close to the network communication scenario. We get to know more about victim’s network which is useful for further attacks. Internet does not exclusively rely on […]

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