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  1. Knowing your customers' needs is key to customer satisfaction. Your high-quality products and services will depend on the information you gather about them. Data generation and analysis are essential. In a large business, the benefits of big data analytics are invaluable to making well-informed decisions. Is it possible to use big data analytics to prevent cyber threats? You will learn about What Is Big Data Analytics and How to Prevent Cyber Security Attacks in this article. What Is Big Data Analytics? Big data consists of data in high volumes, variety, and velocity. You deal with customers who produce tons of unstructured and raw data. Today, businesses generate more data than ever using advanced technologies involving Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). Big data analytics enable companies with large amounts of data to analyze it more easily. A big data analytics project entails analyzing data sets to understand and predict behaviors. Companies use analytic techniques and software to interpret large quantities of consumer data that help them to understand their customers, meet their needs, and position themselves strategically. 5 ways that big data analytics can help prevent cyber threats Increasing data generation makes cyber-threats more likely. It is in the interest of cybercriminals to compromise the large amounts of information that big businesses produce. The use of data analytics is creating good cyber defenses, even though we still have a long way to go. We're going to explore some ways big data analytics reduces cybersecurity risks. 1. 1. Predictive Modeling When you observe cyber threat patterns, you can create predictive models that send you alerts whenever an attack occurs at an entry point. Cyber threat patterns emerge by using artificial intelligence and machine learning services. With a real-time defense system, you can limit a cyber threat that extends beyond a network's touchpoint. 1. 2. Automating and monitoring at scale Employee ignorance of cybersecurity practices results in a high rate of cyberattacks in many organizations. Your employees might help attackers gain access to your network if they don't know how to avoid an attack. Furthermore, big data analytics can help your organization foster a cybersecurity culture by continuously tracking employee activity. By limiting the effect of someone's action, your network remains safe. 3. Live detection of intrusions An attacker can bring down a network in one shot. Protect your network from such an attack. You can detect an attack before it reaches the network's entry point by installing intrusion detection systems. Big data analytics enables you to automate this type of process at scale. An intrusion detection system that analyzes data in real-time can reveal details of an attack so you can block it. Then, you can use this information to nullify an attack on the ground instantly. 1. 4.Managing risks intelligently Knowing about potential threats will give you a better defense. Analyzing big data can help you gain insight into the activities within and around your network. A detailed analysis of cyber-security data provides a clear understanding of how attacks originate, allowing you to pinpoint the root cause. 2. 5.Visualizing threats Analytics of such vast data allows you to make more accurate predictions about the activities within your network, enabling you to be proactive about cybersecurity. The use of advanced data analytics can provide insight into cyberattacks that have occurred at an organization. Summary Don't allow cybercriminals to penetrate your network. The most common reason for cyberattacks is human error or network blind spots. A loophole exists or a cybercriminal has taken advantage of you. By using big data analytics, you gain vital insight into your system's operation. And, if anything goes wrong, you'll be able to get a real-time response to rectify the problem. The importance of big data analytics in the digital age is increasing every day.
  2. Description An Akamai Report from 2018 described SQLi (SQL Injection), LFI (Local File Injection) and XSS (Cross-Site Scripting) as the most common web attacks. ([Hidden Content]) There are multiple types of web attacks. This course will review these attacks and teach you how to use the web application logs to identify them. To do this, the student will need to learn how to read a log and how to extract some of the key information from the log. Subsequently, this first analysis of real world web server log examples will be used to get a better understanding of the attack. We will also use some scripts to find the information faster. Following the log analysis of the web attacks, students will learn about some of the networks that can affect the web application like DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) and other types of flooding. Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to read a web application log thatoriginated from the web server and identify some of the most common web attacks. Prerequisites: Basic Computer Network knowledge OSI and TCP/IP Model Basic knowledge in common application and technology Firewalls,DNS,IPS/IDS HTTP/HTTPS Course Goals By the end of this course, students should be able to: Identify key information on web server logs Identify malicious actions by analyzing logs Identify web attacks after analyzing logs In the Log Analysis training course, students will participate in a lab where they will learn to review different log files related to the Windows operating system. Students will learn to configure systems to log events, as well as to analyze system events. What is Log Analysis? All networks, computers, and other IT systems generate a record of system activities. The document that shows those activities is called an audit trail record or log. Log analysis is the process of reviewing and evaluating the records of system activities to help organizations mitigate certain risks and stay in compliance with regulations. How Does Log Analysis Work? Logs are typically created by operating systems, network devices, applications, and smart devices. They consist of several messages that are arranged chronologically and then stored in a file, on a disk, or in an application. Once the log information is collected, it can be analyzed to identify patterns and anomalies, like network intrusions. Log analysis components work together to identify the root causes for the anomalies or other unstructured data. Regular log analysis helps reduce and avoid various risks that are associated with the enterprise. The analysis provides evidence of what happened, the factors that determined the cause, and the impact of what occurred. This allows IT professionals to build countermeasures and models to mitigate risks. Log analysis is usually performed due to security or audit compliance, security incident responses, forensics, or system troubleshooting. Why is Log Analysis Important? There are many reasons that log analysis is important. It can serve various different purposes including: Maintaining compliance with internal cybersecurity policies and external regulations and audits To understand and mitigate data breaches and other types of security incidents To understand user behavior To conduct forensics for investigations To troubleshoot computers, systems, or networks For some types of organizations, conduction of log analysis is mandatory if they are to be certified as compliant with certain regulations. However, log analysis can be very useful to all types of organizations as it saves time when attempting to diagnose a problem, resolve an issue, or manage infrastructure or applications. What is Involved in This Log Analysis Training Course? In this log analysis training, students will gain a foundational understanding of log analysis. They will be introduced to the tools that are needed to help identify network intrusion. The students will participate in lab activities that cover processing logs with the Windows operating system and applying learned analytical skills to configure systems to log events, as well as to analyze system events. The course will explain log analysis methodology, how to evaluate and analyze log files, how to extract information from the log files, and how to arrange log file data. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion. If you are interested in learning more about log analysis, our Log Analysis training course including lab activities is a great place to start. It’s easy to enroll, just click on the Register button in the top right corner of this screen to begin. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. WiFi Hacking using Evil Twin Attacks and Captive Portals Description In this course I will show you how to create the most common and effective evil twin attacks using captive portals. You'll learn how to perform evil twin attacks on targets using a wide variety of tools, and create a captive portal that effectively steals the login credentials. All the attacks in this course are highly practical and straight to the point. By the time you've completed this course, you will have the knowledge to create and customize your own evil twin attack for different scenarios. What you’ll learn Set Up an Access Point with a Captive Portal. Create a Fake Captive Portal and use it to Steal Login Information. Customizing the Captive Portal Page. How to Sniff and Inject Packets into a Wireless Network. Use Wireshark Filters to Inspect Packets. Perform an Evil Twin Attack with Airgeddon. Stealing Social Media Accounts using a Captive Portal. How to use Dns Spoofing and BeEF using WiFi Pumpkin. Stealing Login Credentials from a WPA Enterprise Network. Detect and Secure Your System from Evil Twin Attacks. Are there any course requirements or prerequisites? Computer with at least one wireless card to act as an access point. Desire to learn. Who this course is for: For everyone who wants to learn Wi-Fi Hacking using Evil Twin Attacks. [Hidden Content]
  4. Master Top Techniques Used by Hackers, Get Hands-on Practical Exercises to "Know the Enemy" and Secure Your Apps. What you'll learn Web Security Fundamentals OWASP Top 10 Hacking Techniques Cyber Security Penetration Testing Bug Bounty Application Security SQL injection Cross-site Scripting XSS Cross-site Request Forgery CSRF Sensitive Data Exposure Weak Authentication Requirements Basic networking concepts Description *** Continuously Updated *** Welcome to "Ultimate Guide to Web Application Security OWASP Top Attacks" In this course, we will explore together the most common attacks against web applications, referred to as OWASP TOP 10, and learn how to exploit these vulnerabilities so that you have a solid background in order to protect your assets. You will: - Discover OWASP Top attacks and how they are performed and the tricks and techniques related to them. - Do extensive exercises on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) and OWASP BWA (Broken Web Applications) to see in actual practice how to attack live systems and what goes on behind the scenes. - Learn to get information about a target domain and search for potential victims. - See the tools most used by hackers of all levels grouped in one place; the Kali Linux distribution. - Code some of your own scripts to get you started with advanced penetration where you will need to forge you own tools. DISCLAIMER: This course is for educational purposes only. Use at your own risk. You must have an explicit authorization to use these techniques and similar ones on assets not owned by you. The author holds no legal responsibility whatsoever for any unlawful usage leveraging the techniques and methods described in this course. If you like the course, please give a rating and recommend to you friends. Who this course is for: IT Security practitioner Developer Network Engineer Network Security Specialist Cyber Security Manager Penetration Tester [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. What you'll learn Web Security Fundamentals OWASP Top 10 Hacking Techniques Cyber Security Penetration Testing Bug Bounty Application Security SQL injection Cross-site Scripting XSS Cross-site Request Forgery CSRF Sensitive Data Exposure Weak Authentication Requirements Basic networking concepts Description *** Continuously Updated *** Welcome to "Ultimate Guide to Web Application Security OWASP Top Attacks" In this course, we will explore together the most common attacks against web applications, referred to as OWASP TOP 10, and learn how to exploit these vulnerabilities so that you have a solid background in order to protect your assets. You will: - Discover OWASP Top attacks and how they are performed and the tricks and techniques related to them. - Do extensive exercises on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) and OWASP BWA (Broken Web Applications) to see in actual practice how to attack live systems and what goes on behind the scenes. - Learn to get information about a target domain and search for potential victims. - See the tools most used by hackers of all levels grouped in one place; the Kali Linux distribution. - Code some of your scripts to get you started with advanced penetration where you will need to forge you own tools. DISCLAIMER: This course is for educational purposes only. Use at your own risk. You must have an explicit authorization to use these techniques and similar ones on assets not owned by you. The author holds no legal responsibility whatsoever for any unlawful usage leveraging the techniques and methods described in this course. If you like the course, please give a rating and recommend to you friends. *** Update 02/23/2021 *** : A dedicated section to OWASP project and Top 10 list. Who this course is for: IT Security practitioner Developer Network Engineer Network Security Specialist Cyber Security Manager Penetration Tester [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  6. EAPHammer is a toolkit for performing targeted evil twin attacks against WPA2-Enterprise networks. It is designed to be used in full scope wireless assessments and red team engagements. As such, the focus is placed on providing an easy-to-use interface that can be leveraged to execute powerful wireless attacks with minimal manual configuration. To illustrate how fast this tool is, here’s an example of how to set up and execute a credential-stealing evil twin attack against a WPA2-TTLS network in just two commands: Features Steal RADIUS credentials from WPA-EAP and WPA2-EAP networks. Perform hostile portal attacks to steal AD creds and perform indirect wireless pivots Perform captive portal attacks Built-in Responder integration Support for Open networks and WPA-EAP/WPA2-EAP No manual configuration is necessary for most attacks. No manual configuration necessary for the installation and setup process Leverages the latest version of hostapd (2.8) Support for evil twin and karma attacks Generate timed Powershell payloads for indirect wireless pivots Integrated HTTP server for Hostile Portal attacks Support for SSID cloaking Fast and automated PMKID attacks against PSK networks using hcxtools Password spraying across multiple usernames against a single ESSID EAPHammer now supports attacks against 802.11a and 802.11n networks. This includes the ability to create access points that support the following features: Both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channel support Full MIMO support (multiple inputs, multiple output) Frame aggregation Support for 40 MHz channel widths using channel bonding High Throughput Mode Short Guard Interval (Short GI) Modulation & coding scheme (MCS) RIFS HT power management Changelog v1.13.5 Fixed gevent / Python 3.9 related issues. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Lockphish v1.0 Lockphish it's the first tool (05/13/2020) for phishing attacks on the lock screen, designed to grab Windows credentials, Android PIN and iPhone Passcode using a https link. Features: Lockscreen phishing page for Windows, Android and iPhone Auto detect device Port Forwarding by Ngrok IP Tracker [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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  14. SSH, FTP, Telnet, PostgreSQL, RDP, VNC With Hydra, Medusa And Ncrack BruteDum is a SSH, FTP, Telnet, PostgreSQL, RDP, VNC brute forcing tool with Hydra, Medusa and Ncrack. BruteDum can work with aany Linux distros if they have Python 3. Features of BruteDum SSH, FTP, Telnet, PostgreSQL, RDP, VNC with Hydra (recommended) SSH, FTP, Telnet, PostgreSQL, RDP, VNC with Medusa SSH, FTP, Telnet, PostgreSQL, RDP, VNC with Ncrack Scan victim's ports with Nmap [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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  16. How to Protect Yourself from Keylogger Attacks And that's how easy it is for hackers to see and record every keystroke you press on your computer. When a hacker has an unnoticed backdoor on your computer, anything is possible, but there are a few things you can do to minimize the risk of having your keys captured: [Hidden Content]
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    SQL Injection Attacks and Defense, First Edition: Winner of the Best Book Bejtlich Read Award "SQL injection is probably the number one problem for any server-side application, and this book unequaled in its coverage." –Richard Bejtlich, Tao Security blog SQL injection represents one of the most dangerous and well-known, yet misunderstood, security vulnerabilities on the Internet, largely because there is no central repository of information available for penetration testers, IT security consultants and practitioners, and web/software developers to turn to for help. SQL Injection Attacks and Defense, Second Edition is the only book devoted exclusively to this long-established but recently growing threat. This is the definitive resource for understanding, finding, exploiting, and defending against this increasingly popular and particularly destructive type of Internet-based attack. SQL Injection Attacks and Defense, Second Edition includes all the currently known information about these attacks and significant insight from its team of SQL injection experts, who tell you about: Understanding SQL Injection – Understand what it is and how it works Find, confirm and automate SQL injection discovery Tips and tricks for finding SQL injection within code Create exploits for using SQL injection Design apps to avoid the dangers these attacks SQL injection on different databases SQL injection on different technologies SQL injection testing techniques Case Studies Securing SQL Server, Second Edition is the only book to provide a complete understanding of SQL injection, from the basics of vulnerability to discovery, exploitation, prevention, and mitigation measures. Covers unique, publicly unavailable information, by technical experts in such areas as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and MySQL---including new developments for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Denali). Written by an established expert, author, and speaker in the field, with contributions from a team of equally renowned creators of SQL injection tools, applications, and educational materials.

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  19. View File SQL Injection Attacks and Defense SQL Injection Attacks and Defense, First Edition: Winner of the Best Book Bejtlich Read Award "SQL injection is probably the number one problem for any server-side application, and this book unequaled in its coverage." –Richard Bejtlich, Tao Security blog SQL injection represents one of the most dangerous and well-known, yet misunderstood, security vulnerabilities on the Internet, largely because there is no central repository of information available for penetration testers, IT security consultants and practitioners, and web/software developers to turn to for help. SQL Injection Attacks and Defense, Second Edition is the only book devoted exclusively to this long-established but recently growing threat. This is the definitive resource for understanding, finding, exploiting, and defending against this increasingly popular and particularly destructive type of Internet-based attack. SQL Injection Attacks and Defense, Second Edition includes all the currently known information about these attacks and significant insight from its team of SQL injection experts, who tell you about: Understanding SQL Injection – Understand what it is and how it works Find, confirm and automate SQL injection discovery Tips and tricks for finding SQL injection within code Create exploits for using SQL injection Design apps to avoid the dangers these attacks SQL injection on different databases SQL injection on different technologies SQL injection testing techniques Case Studies Securing SQL Server, Second Edition is the only book to provide a complete understanding of SQL injection, from the basics of vulnerability to discovery, exploitation, prevention, and mitigation measures. Covers unique, publicly unavailable information, by technical experts in such areas as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and MySQL---including new developments for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Denali). Written by an established expert, author, and speaker in the field, with contributions from a team of equally renowned creators of SQL injection tools, applications, and educational materials. Submitter dEEpEst Submitted 22/05/18 Category Libro Online Password ********