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        How To Detect A Hidden Camera In A Room.

        Hi, I tested this with two mobile phones. I hid one of the phones while it was filming and searched for it with another phone. Did not answer
      3. HOW TO DETECT A HIDDEN CAMERA IN A ROOM. When you stay in a hotel, how do you know there is no room secret pinhole camera? When you travel to an unfamiliar destination or take a business trip, you stay at a hotel, but what you do not know is that you could unknowingly be photographed or be secretly recorded. In this age of smart recording devices and pinhole sized drones, always remember when staying in a hotel, that you can use this method to check your room : 1.When you have entered into your room, turn off the lights, and close the curtains,open your phone camera, do not turn the flash light on. 2.Turn around the room with your cell phone. When a red dot is found on your screen, that means that a hidden web camera is installed. # If no red dots, then the room is okay. Please forward this message to your friends who travel a lot. And those that make a lot of business trips. My dear friends and sisters kindly note and be aware. Don't be a victim of a nude picture.
      4. ETHICAL HACKING USING ANDROID DEVICE In This Course You Get Some Videos Tutorials For Learning Hacking Using Android Devices LINK - [Hidden Content]
      5. Hello friends, today I will tell you how you can protect your smartphone and social account from being hacked. Today we will talk about the same and we will also know the reason for all this because why social account is hacked and how you can protect it There are many types of reasons of smartphones being hacked. But here we will only know about some big and common reasons and ways to avoid them. Internet Malwares and Viruses The first reason is that if you use the Internet very much, then you must be downloading many types of document files from the Internet. So all these which you download along with these malware viruses are also downloaded in your phone. When you download a file into your phone using the Internet, viruses are also installed inside your mobile in attachment with them. These viruses can be very dangerous. It can also work as a back door for your phone, if you don't know about the back door, then let me tell you about the back door in which files the hackers add the viruses and malwares , such as in an app and a PDF. Viruses can be added to a zip file , apk file, PDF file and this is what hackers do. They add viruses and malwares to any file, and make it viral in the internet or put it in the internet, so when you download it If you do, then that virus also gets added to your phone with that file and starts damaging your phone. So this back door can steal your phone's data, including your images, your WhatsApp messages, your complete WhatsApp data and other apps' data. Escape measures If you want to avoid internet malware virus then you have to follow the following steps Download any application Android application only from trusted source such as Play Store Install a good antivirus in your phone Along with antivirus in the phone, you can also install Malware Finder from Play Store. Do not download and install any file application from untrusted sources By following all these steps, you can avoid Internet Malwares and viruses to some extent. Weak passwords The second biggest reason for your social media account getting hacked is that you use a weak password in your social media account. Passwords are passwords that are very easy to guess and are used by many people. They can be hacked easily with the help of social engineering, if you know about social engineering, then you will know how easy it is to find someone's password through social engineering. With the help of brute force, hackers can easily hack weak passwords. These people use different passwords from a list of wik passwords on top of your accounts. If your password is weak then it can easily break it. Social media accounts can be hacked. Escape measures It is very easy to prevent social media account from being hacked. There are many options in social media sites related to privacy. Follow the steps below to prevent your social media account from being hacked Use Strong Passwords Keep the password of your social media account strong, more than 10 characters. Do not keep Weak passwords such as abc123, vip123 and many types of weak passwords. If possible, use more and more special characters in your account password so that it becomes very difficult to crack your account password. Enable Two Factor Athuntication Enable two-step verification in your social media account, which will enable double security in your account. Two-step verification plays a very important role in saving your social media account, so don't forget to enable it now. Avoid Using Passwords in Untrustworthy Sites Do not use the password of your social media accounts in any untrusted source, websites. If you want to signup in a new or Untrustworthy sites then dont use your , social, payment apps, and other important passwords in them. Avoid Using Same Password Remember that use different passwords in different accounts, do not put the same password in the all accounts. MOSTLY for payment, banking, and social apps use different and strong passwords. Conclusion These are the most common cause of smartphone hacking and social media hacking. Just keep in mind the above tips to protect yourself from these common mistakes and attacks. Share This Article With Your Friends.
      6. Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1.0 unauthenticated remote code execution exploit. View the full article
      7. Simple Public Chat Room version 1.0 suffers from an authenticated persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      8. Cemetery Mapping and Information System version 1.0 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability that allows for authentication bypass. Original discovery of SQL injection in this version is attributed to Mesut Cetin in January of 2021. View the full article
      9. This Metasploit module exploits an unauthenticated command injection vulnerability in Klog Server versions 2.4.1 and below. View the full article
      10. Simple Public Chat Room version 1.0 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability that allows for authentication bypass. View the full article
      11. Tenda AC5 AC1200 Wireless suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      12. Backdoor.Win32.Wollf.c malware has a backdoor with a hardcoded password. View the full article
      13. Daily Expense Tracker System version 1.0 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      14. Simple College Website version 1.0 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability in the full parameter. View the full article
      15. Simple College Website version 1.0 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability that allows for authentication bypass. Original discovery of SQL injection in this version is attributed to yunaranyancat in October of 2020. View the full article
      16. SonicWall SSL-VPN Exploit shellshock unauthenticated remote code execution exploit that provides a shell as uid nobody. View the full article
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      18. Backdoor.Win32.DarkKomet.bhfh malware suffers from an insecure permissions vulnerability. View the full article
      19. This Metasploit module exploits an ACL bypass in MobileIron MDM products to execute a Groovy gadget against a Hessian-based Java deserialization endpoint. View the full article
      20. This Metasploit module takes advantages of Archive_Tar versions prior to 1.4.11 which fail to validate file stream wrappers contained within filenames to write an arbitrary file containing user controlled content to an arbitrary file on disk. Note that the file will be written to disk with the permissions of the user that PHP is running as, so it may not be possible to overwrite some files if the PHP user is not appropriately privileged. View the full article
      21. Backdoor.Win32.Wollf.16 malware creates and runs a service named contime.exe with SYSTEM integrity and listens on port 5240. The malware uses a weak hardcoded password of 12345678 which can easily be viewed in the binary using strings utility. View the full article
      22. Trojan.Win32.Xocry.ff malware suffers from an insecure permissions vulnerability. View the full article
      23. Library System version 1.0 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability. View the full article
      24. Backdoor.Win32.Jokerdoor malware suffers from an insecure permissions vulnerability. View the full article
      25. Backdoor.Win32.Noknok.50 malware suffers from an insecure permissions vulnerability. View the full article
      26. CASAP Automated Enrollment System version 1.0 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. Original discovery of persistent cross site scripting in this version is attributed to Richard Jones. View the full article
      27. CASAP Automated Enrollment System version 1.0 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
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