• Posts Tagged ‘hackers’

    Malware Can Spread Through Software Updates

    by  • August 2, 2009 • Ethical hacking, Network Security, Packet Sniffing • 1 Comment

    We have seen exploits in plug ins & apps are helping hackers to find vulnerabilities & intrude inside a secured system or a network, I came across the news from cnet.com which says that two researchers from Israeli security firm Radware have found out a way which gives access to a computer by updating any software mostly affects the Skype & other applications.

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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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    The Hackers Song

    by  • May 13, 2009 • Ethical hacking • 0 Comments

    You must be amazed to know that hacker’s cult have its own songs. I am presenting here with one of the song I have collected from a old hackers handbook. It is written by hacker, codenamed Nutcracker, which is believed to be an intruder from UK. Song is all the way giving out expressions, joy […]

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    Trying To Define ‘Hackers’ (Again)

    by  • April 4, 2009 • Black Hat, Student Series • 0 Comments

    A hacker by definition believes in access to free information. They are usually very intelligent people who could care very little about what you have on your system. Their thrill comes from system infiltration for information reasons. Hackers unlike “crackers and anarchist” know being able to break system security doesn’t make you a hacker any […]

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