The Core of Hacking: An Easy Guide to Open Secret Knowledge of Hacker

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Prema Publication, Mar 2, 2016 - Computers - 201 pages
This Book is open Secret Knowledge of Hacker and Penetration Tester. Computer attacks happen each and every day, with increasing virulence. To create a good defense, you must understand the offensive techniques of your adversaries. In my career as a system penetration tester, incident response team member, and information security architect, I’ve seen numerous types of attacks ranging from simple scanning by clueless kids to elite attacks sponsored by the criminal underground. This book boils down the common and most damaging elements from these real-world attacks, while offering specific advice on how you can proactively avoid such trouble from your adversaries.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
HACKING STEPS
GOOGLE HACKING
HACKING LIVE WEBCAM
WINDOWS PASSWORD HACKING
SYSTEM HACKING
MALWARE VIRUSES
EMAIL HACKING
WEB APPLICATION HACKING
MOBILE HACKING
HACKING WLAN
FIREWALL IDS HONEY POTS
BUFFER OVERFLOW
SQL INJECTION
SOCIAL ENGINEERING
CRYPTOGRAPHY

HACKING SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
WEBSITE HACKING
FORENSIC INVESTIGATION
Copyright

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About the author (2016)

Rahul Dwivedi is security professional adviser and security analyst. He holds MCA, CCNA, Windows server 2003, Networking & IT security, Oracle database 11g and Red Hat 5 certificates. He is working a reputed IT organization and has over 12 years of experience on computer and network security.

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