• Ethical hacking

    Hiding Your Computer on the Internet

    by  • July 29, 2008 • Amol Wagh, Core Security, Ethical hacking, Network Security, Tips and Tricks, Vista, Windows, XP • 0 Comments

    When you use internet, you are connected to millions of PC’s out there. And each PC have its own unique address known as Static IP Address. This gives your identification by locality. Without a firewall, on a typical computer, even if well maintained, a remote person will still be able to know that the communication […]

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    How To Convert File System,FAT – FAT32 to NTFS

    by  • July 27, 2008 • Amol Wagh, Ethical hacking, General, Registry, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials, Vista, Windows, XP • 0 Comments

    Open a dos prompt and type the command   convert d: /fs:NTFS   This command would convert your d: drive to NTFS   If the system cannot lock the drive, you will be prompted to convert it during next reboot.   Normally you should select yes.   Conversion from fat/fat32 to NTFS is non-destructive, your […]

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    Chunk 1: The Concept of Ethical Hacking

    by  • July 14, 2008 • Core Security, Ethical hacking, Latest News, Nashik Times, Windows • 0 Comments

    Ethical Hacking Series : Chunk 1 Ethical hacking basically means preventing criminal hackers from stealing information of any personal computer r corporate network. Ethical hackers use same technology – software and tool that criminal hackers uses. But they use them for preventing crimes. Penetration testing and vulnerability assessing are the basic types of test ethical […]

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    Backdoors : An Introduction

    by  • June 6, 2008 • Ethical hacking, General • 0 Comments

    Since the early days of intruders breaking into computers, they have tried to develop techniques or backdoors that allow them to get back into the system. In this paper, it will be focused on many of the common backdoors and possible ways to check for them. Most of focus will be on Unix backdoors with […]

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