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  1. Description Many people interpret and decide on what cyber security is, some see cyber security as a continuation of evolved version of it-security, others view it as a completely new branch of security and still others see it as mixture of the two. This course will give you the basics based on actual literature reviews, academic research and personal experience in global projects and work in cyber security, focusing on cyber warfare, espionage, crime and defenses as well as attacks used. Areas covered in this course include: 1. Introduction into “Cyber” 2. Introduction into what the Cyber Realm and Cyber World are 3. Explanation of Cyber Terms such as what cyber is, what are the definitions of cyber war, espionage, crime, etc. 4. Basic components of Cyber Security such as OSINT, Hacking and Criminal Hackers, Hacker Profiles and Forensics, and much more. 5. Details into Cyber Warfare, Espionage and Crime 6. Updates in 2022 about newer areas that are relevant to cyber defense and security It is a comprehensive introduction into cyber security and the cyber areas that will help you understand more detailed aspects of the weaknesses, attacks and defenses used to attack or protect critical infrastructure. If you need more comprehensive “practical” knowledge, we provide courses up to the Mil/DoD spec on these topics. Who this course is for: Anyone who is interested in security, securing data, information or just yourselves while online Anyone who works or is interested in learning about cyber security and cyber research People who are just started out in the security field and want a fast, easy way to find out about what cyber security means. A brief overview of core cyber principles. Requirements General security, security awareness and or an interest in technology You can get updates to this course from 2021 and 2022 via my books on Amazon [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  2. Course Description YOU CAN BECOME A CYBER SECURITY EXPERT! There is no need to spend years going through hundreds of different courses and still being average when it comes to practical knowledge of cyber security. Imagine you know everything important in the domain of cyber security... You can tackle all types of online threats, including advanced hackers, trackers, exploit kits, mass surveillance and much more... ALL OF THIS IS POSSIBLE IF YOU ENROLL IN THE COMPLETE CYBER SECURITY COURSE NOW! This is the most comprehensive online cyber security course out there in the market. It is a set of 4 different courses that will take you from beginner to expert, through easy to follow on-demand video lectures, articles, and other resources. In the course, you will learn how hackers hack, how trackers track, and what you can do to stop them. You will understand the global tracking and hacking infrastructures that exist and how to mitigate them. By the end of the course, you will master network security, firewalls, encryption, and how to stay anonymous online, password and email security, authentication, anti-virus, and end-point-protection. You will become a hacker hunter and will be able to seek and destroy malware. And you will be able to work with all major platforms including Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android and even firmware security. This course is for you if you are looking to start a career in cyber security, if you want to take you career to the next level, or even if you are simply interested in protecting your online presence. SO, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING AN ADVANCED PRACTICAL SKILL-SET, ENROLL IN THE COMPLETE CYBER SECURITY COURSE NOW! 1.- The Complete Cyber Security Course! Volume 1: Hackers Exposed 2.- The Complete Cyber Security Course! Volume 2 : Network Security 3.- The Complete Cyber Security Course! Volume 3 : Anonymous Browsing 4.- The Complete Cyber Security Course! Volume 4 : End Point Protection [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  4. Description Welcome to “TryHackMe – Learn Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking with Fun“ TryHackMe & Kali Linux to boost Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking. Penetration Testing skills in prep for certified hacker TryHackMe is an online platform that teaches cyber security through short, gamified real-world labs. The plaform has content for both complete beginners and seasoned hackers, incorporation guides and challenges to cater for different learning styles. Ethical hacking, hacking, penetration testing, Tryhackme, certified ethical hacker, kali linux, cyber security, security, hack, ultimate bug bounty Cyber security is the knowledge and practice of keeping information safe on the internet. It can mean keeping your personal information safe when you browse the internet and visit your favorite websites and social media pages. Ethical hacking (or penetration testing) involves a hacker agreeing with an organization or individual who authorizes the hacker to levy cyber attacks on a system or network to expose potential vulnerabilities. Penetration testing skills make you a more marketable IT tech. Understanding how to exploit servers, networks, and applications means that you will also be able to better prevent malicious exploitation. From website and network hacking, to pen testing in Metasploit, Oak Academy has a course for you. Kali Linux is an open-source, Debian-based Linux distribution released in March of 2013, primarily created for advanced Penetration Testing and Security Auditing. It used to be known as BackTrack Linux. Learning security is too theory oriented, with little opportunity to get hands-on, practical experience. You don’t need to know anything for this course. Whether you want to get your first job in IT security, become a white hat hacker, or prepare to check the security of your own home network, Oak Academy offers practical and accessible ethical hacking courses to help keep your networks safe from cybercriminals. In this course, we will show you a platform that really helps you to get your place in cybersecurity field. Ethical hacking (or penetration testing) involves a hacker agreeing with an organization or individual who authorizes the hacker to levy cyber attacks on a system or network to expose potential vulnerabilities. TryHackMe gives students their own personal hackable machine, deployable by 1 click of a button, which allows them to put their knowledge into practice. TryHackMe wants individuals to learn cyber security skills and methodology that will be relevant and applicable to the real world. Learning cyber security on TryHackMe is fun and addictive. Earn points by answering questions, taking on challenges and maintain your hacking streak through short lessons. TryHackMe takes the pain out of learning and teaching Cybersecurity. The platform makes it a comfortable experience to learn by designing prebuilt courses which include virtual machines (VM) hosted in the cloud ready to be deployed. This avoids the hassle of downloading and configuring VM’s. TryHackMe is a platform that delivers real-world cyber-security training. It doesn’t matter if you’re a complete novice in the security field or a seasoned CTF veteran. TryHackMe has you covered, from a variety of learning paths/walkthroughs/labs to competing against crazy hackers on scoreboards TryHackMe is created to make learning cyber security more affordable and more accessible, removing as many barries to entry as possible. You don’t need a good computer for preparing a lab. In TryHackMe labs already prepared. To allow users to share their knowledge, TryHackMe allows other users (at no charge) to create a virtual room, which contains a combination of theoretical and practical learning components. In early 2019, Jon Peters started creating rooms and suggested the platform build up a community, a task he took on and succeeded in. The need for qualified cyber security professionals has never been greater. Cyber attacks are increasing, and so is the cyber security skills gap. Unfortunately, expensive courses and certifications makes it harder for individuals to get into the industry. FAQ about TryHackMe What is TryHackMe? TryHackMe is an online platform that teaches cyber security through short, gamified real-world labs. TryHackMe have content for both complete beginners and seasoned hackers, incorporation guides and challenges to cater for different learning styles. What is TryHackMe used for? TryHackMe takes the pain out of learning and teaching Cybersecurity. Our platform makes it a comfortable experience to learn by designing prebuilt courses which include virtual machines (VM) hosted in the cloud ready to be deployed. This avoids the hassle of downloading and configuring VM’s. Is TryHackMe free? TryHackMe has a both a free and subscription model. The free tier allows access to a large number of ‘rooms’ or ‘hacktivities’, whilst the subscription-based offer allows full access to the site. Is TryHackMe free for students? 20% student discount is guaranteed to accounts created using a student e-mail address. TryHackMe supports all student e-mail addresses and automatically recognizes domains like . edu and . ac .uk. Can TryHackMe get me a job? Many employers are actively looking for TryHackMe experience – if you type “TryHackMe” into job platforms like indeed, you can see companies who list us it desired experience. This is a great way to shortlist jobs to apply to. Does TryHackMe give certificates? Not only is the community a great place to ask about certs in general, rooms on TryHackMe can provide amazing and either free or low-cost practice – not to mention we supply one of the most popular cyber security certifications. Why do you want to take this Course? Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching. Whether you work in machine learning or finance, Whether you’re pursuing a career in web development or data science, Python and data science are among the essential skills you can learn. Python’s simple syntax is particularly suitable for desktop, web, and business applications. The Python instructors at OAK Academy are experts in everything from software development to data analysis and are known for their practical, intimate instruction for students of all levels. Our trainers offer training quality as described above in every field, such as the Python programming language. London-based OAK Academy is an online training company. OAK Academy provides IT, Software, Design, and development training in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, and many languages on the Udemy platform, with over 1000 hours of video training courses. OAK Academy not only increases the number of training series by publishing new courses but also updates its students about all the innovations of the previously published courses. When you sign up, you will feel the expertise of OAK Academy’s experienced developers. Our instructors answer questions sent by students to our instructors within 48 hours at the latest. Quality of Video and Audio Production All our videos are created/produced in high-quality video and audio to provide you with the best learning experience. In this course, you will have the following: • Lifetime Access to the Course • Quick and Answer in the Q&A Easy Support • Udemy Certificate of Completion Available for Download • We offer full support by answering any questions. Now dive into “TryHackMe – Learn Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking with Fun“ TryHackMe & Kali Linux to boost Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking. Penetration Testing skills in prep for certified hacker See you at the Course! Who this course is for: People who want to take their Hacking skills to the next level with TryHackMe Anyone who wants to learn ethical hacking with Anyone who wants to learn cyber security in a fun way Anyone who wants to learn cyber security and ethical hacking wit hands-on cyber security training through real world scenarios Connect with other like-minded cyber security students and join our huge TryHackMe community Requirements Desire to learn usage of TryHackMe Watching the lecture videos completely, to the end and in order. Internet Connection Any device you can watch the course, such as a mobile phone, computer or tablet. Determination and patience to learn TryHackMe for be better in Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Gain a Concrete understanding of Core CyberSecurity topics What you’ll learn You’ll learn about the Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities You’ll learn about Architecture and Design You’ll learn about the Implementation You’ll learn about Operations and Incident Response You’ll learn about Governance, Risk, and Compliance Requirements Basic know-how of Computers Willingness to learn Cyber Security Concepts Description This course covers the Core Cyber Security Concepts one must know to get into the field of Cyber Security, I produced this course as I was preparing for CompTIA Security+ Exam. However even if you aren’t preparing for the exam, you’ll find this useful to gain a concrete understanding of CS concepts. The following serves as a course description, discussing what each section comprises. In Section One: We’ll learn about Attacks, Threats & Vulnerabilities. We’ll learn about Information Security Roles & Responsibilities, Security controls & frameworks, Types of threat actors & attack vectors, commands used in assessing network layout & Security, Vulnerability Scanning techniques & CVE Score, Social Engineering attacks, and Malwares. In Section Two: We will learn about Penetration Testing Concepts. We will learn what penetration testing is in the first place. why conduct it? different types of penetration testing? and Rules of Engagement (RoE Document). In types of penetration testing, we’ll learn about the Application penetration test, Network penetration test, Physical penetration test, and IoT/Mobile penetration test. We will also learn about the scope of penetration testing – Black box testing, White box testing & Gray box testing in the Rules of Engagement Core Cyber Security Concepts In Section Three: We will learn about Architecture & Design. We’ll learn about Encryption, types & uses of Encryption, Cryptography, Types & uses of Cryptography, Digital Signatures & Certificates, Public Key Infrastructure, and Secure Authentication Concepts. In Section Four: We will learn about Implementation concepts. We’ll learn about wireless networks & wireless security controls, Cloud Technologies, Security Testing & BYOD policy. In Section Five: We will learn about Operations, Incident Response & Digital Forensics Lastly, In Section Six: We will learn about Information Security Governance, Information Security Programs, and Risk Management Please feel free to write a review and I will do my best to constantly improve the content quality. I thank you for your co-operation & patience. I sincerely hope that you’ll find this course useful. Happy learning. Disclaimer: This is not an official course, I am not a certified CompTIA+ instructor. I am merely a student explaining what I’ve learned to make the learning process simpler and easier to comprehend. I studied from multiple sources and I hand-picked the simplest explanations & made my examples to simplify hard-to-understand topics, to make your learning process relatively easier. This course is only intended to document my learning process and I hope that by sharing my learning experience, the sources/material I studied from & explanations, it will help fellow students better understand the topics. You will also gain access to the downloadable slides for reference’s sake. I hope you find this course insightful. I mentioned the sources to the best of my ability & I thank them for sharing their knowledge, however in case of any copyright issues or content removal, kindly contact me on my social media accounts. Who this course is for: This course is for individuals who are preparing for CompTIA Security+ SY0-601. This course is for individuals who are willing to learn advanced Cyber Security concepts This course is for individuals who want to learn about effective Cyber Security Practices [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. Description CYBER SECURITY AND NETWORK SECURITY Written and edited by a team of experts in the field, this is the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the practical applications of cyber security and network security for engineers, scientists, students, and other professionals. Digital assaults are quickly becoming one of the most predominant issues on the planet. As digital wrongdoing keeps on expanding, it is increasingly more important to investigate new methodologies and advances that help guarantee the security of online networks. Ongoing advances and innovations have made great advances for taking care of security issues in a methodical manner. In light of this, organized security innovations have been delivered so as to guarantee the security of programming and correspondence functionalities at fundamental, improved, and engineering levels. This outstanding new volume covers all of the latest advances, innovations, and developments in practical applications for cybersecurity and network security. This team of editors represents some of the most well-known and respected experts in the area, creating this comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of the issues of the day and state of the art. Whether for the veteran engineer or scientist or a student, this volume is a must-have for any library. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Course Description YOU CAN BECOME A CYBER SECURITY EXPERT! There is no need to spend years going through hundreds of different courses and still being average when it comes to practical knowledge of cyber security. Imagine you know everything important in the domain of cyber security... You can tackle all types of online threats, including advanced hackers, trackers, exploit kits, mass surveillance and much more... ALL OF THIS IS POSSIBLE IF YOU ENROLL IN THE COMPLETE CYBER SECURITY COURSE NOW! This is the most comprehensive online cyber security course out there in the market. It is a set of 4 different courses that will take you from beginner to expert, through easy to follow on-demand video lectures, articles, and other resources. In the course, you will learn how hackers hack, how trackers track, and what you can do to stop them. You will understand the global tracking and hacking infrastructures that exist and how to mitigate them. By the end of the course, you will master network security, firewalls, encryption, and how to stay anonymous online, password and email security, authentication, anti-virus, and end-point-protection. You will become a hacker hunter and will be able to seek and destroy malware. And you will be able to work with all major platforms including Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android and even firmware security. This course is for you if you are looking to start a career in cyber security, if you want to take you career to the next level, or even if you are simply interested in protecting your online presence. SO, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING AN ADVANCED PRACTICAL SKILL-SET, ENROLL IN THE COMPLETE CYBER SECURITY COURSE NOW! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. What is Cyber Security? Why is it Important Today? Hackers are the most clever people you'll find, they are so experienced and perfect In their work that you won't even know that you've been hacked when they contacted you. What is Cyber Security? Cybersecurity is the process of protecting and recovering your computer system, network, device, and programs from various types of cyber attacks. Cyber attacks are very sophisticated and dangerous to your sensitive data, these attackers keep evolving and use a new way every time. Why is Cyber Security Important Today? Cybersecurity's importance is rising a lot. All of us are now even more dependent on technology than we were before and it doesn't feel like this is gonna slow down. Stolen data is now being leaked on public platforms such as social media, including social security numbers, credit card information, bank accounts, etc, and is stored on cloud storage. Every day the number of hackers is increasing and as the number increases, the skills of the old ones get better. They keep growing, they never stop. To attack your devices and take your sensitive information they will go beyond your thinking and their limits, and you won't even have a chance against them. Only cyber security can save you and your information from thefts done by hackers. Hackers can even take money out from your bank, without you even knowing it, and this all is protected by cyber security. Conclusion Hackers are getting advanced, not day by day but every hour, every single hour they are looking for new things, learning new things to hack. Never trust anybody, and don't be greedy and give your personal information to others. And if you think you've been hacked, change the password of everything, close every online account and bank account, and report the attack to the police or cybercrime.
  9. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office – Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office(formerly Acronis True Image) is a comprehensive personal cyber protection solution – integrating advanced cybersecurity capabilities with our best-of-breed backup to guard users’ personal devices and backups from today’s cyberthreats. Features • Backup and Recovery • Anywhere Access • Innovative Protections • Enhanced Vision • Automated Dual Protection • Tray Notification Center • Custom Power Management • Back Up on Select Wi-Fi • Improved Cloud Restores • Efficient, All-in-one Protection • Versatile and Versatile • And much more.. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Description Get instant access to an 87-page workbook of Cyber Security Awareness Introduce yourself to our community of students in this course and tell us your goals Encouragement and celebration of your progress every step of the way: 25% > 50% > 75% & 100% 8 hours of clear and concise step by step instructions, lessons, and engagement This course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning more about cyber security and how to combat the very real threats that everyone faces from hacking and catastrophic loss of data. This course is beginner-friendly, does not require technical cyber security skills, and is meant for everyone who wishes to help secure their own data, and their organisation’s data from hackers and cyber threats. What you will learn: Define what cyber security is Discuss the evolution of threats and the types of security goal Learn the Importance of cyber security Explain the differences between Threat, Vulnerability, and Risk Differentiate Networking Devices such as Router and Switch Differentiate IP, MAC, and PORT Address Define DNS and VPN Learn Hacking and the different Types of Hackers Explore the needed skills set and job profiles in the field of cyber security Learn the fundamentals of networking and security Discuss the layers of the OSI Model Explain the different networking protocols such as TCP, HTPP, UDP, ARP, and DHCP How to troubleshoot a network to improve security Learn the different attacks Know the different types of malware and how they affect security Explain the Man in the Middle and Denial of Service Attack Discuss what is Distributed Denial of Service Attack How to recognize Sniffing, Phishing, SQL Injection, Cross-site Scripting, and Post Scanning Attack Define Cryptography and why we need it for cyber security Discuss important terminologies in Cryptography Know the different ciphers Learn the advantages and disadvantages of Symmetric and Asymmetric Keys Learn what is Digital Signature and the Signing and Verification Process Know how to check the Integrity of a Message Discuss the different security measures Learn the various types of firewalls and their security Learn Cyber Law and why there is a need for it Discuss the classifications of cyber crime Definition, Process and Digital Forensics …and more! Contents and Overview You’ll start with What is Cyber security; Evolution of Cyber Threats; Three Types of Security Goals; Importance of cyber security; Threat, Vulnerability, and Risk; Networking Devices such as Router and Switch; What is an IP Address; What is a MAC Address; What is a PORT Address; What is DNS and VPN; Learn Hacking and the different Types of Hackers; Job Profiles in the field of cyber security; Important cyber security Skills. Then you will learn about Computer Networks; The OSI Model; OSI Layers Protocols; HTTP Protocol; TCP Protocol; UDP Protocol; the Difference between UDP and TCP Protocol; DHCP Protocol; ARP Protocol; What is an IP address and its types; What is a Port Address and its types; Network Troubleshooting; What is an Attack; Categories of Cyber Attacks; Password attack and its types; Malware Attack; Types of Malware; Man in the Middle Attack; Sniffing Attack; DOS Attack; What is DDOS Attack; Phishing Attack; SQL Injection Attack; Example of SQL Injection Attack; Cross-site Scripting Attack; Post Scanning Attack. We will also cover Post Scanning Attack; The Need for Cryptography; Basic Cryptography System; What is Encryption; What is Decryption; Define Plain text; What is Secret Key; What is Cipher text; Cryptography System; Cryptography in everyday life; Types of Cryptography; Symmetric Key Cryptography; Asymmetric Key Cryptography; What is Hashing; Hashing Algorithm; Techniques of Hashing; What is Substitution Cipher; What is Transposition Cipher; Cesar Cipher and how it works; Transposition Cipher; Stream Cipher; Block Cipher; Advantages of Symmetric Key Cryptography; Why Asymmetric key cryptography is important; Advantages of Asymmetric Key Cryptography; Digital Signature; Signing and Verification Process; How to check the Integrity of a Message and increase security This course will also tackle Security Measures; What is a Firewall; Types of Firewall; Cyber Law; Why there is a need for Cyber Law; What is Cyber Crime; Classification of Cyber Crime; Cyber Crimes Against Person; Cyber Crime Against Persons Property; Cyber Crime against Government; Cyber Crime against Society at Large; Definition of Digital Forensics; Process of Digital Forensics; Digital Forensics. Who are the Instructors? Vijal Jain is your lead instructor – a professional making a living from teaching cyber security. As a cyber security expert, she has joined with content creator Peter Alkema to bring you this amazing new course. You’ll get premium support and feedback to help you become more confident with finance! Our happiness guarantee… We have a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee, so if you aren’t happy with your purchase, we will refund your course – no questions asked! We can’t wait to see you on the course! Enroll now, and we’ll help you improve your cyber security ! Peter and Digital Regenesys Who this course is for: Those who are searching their career in cyber security. Those who want to save their sensitive data from hackers Those who want to become professional in cyber security IT professionals and cyber security managers Requirements No requirement, we shall start from basic and end at advanced to become you pro in cyber security Access to an internet connection, computer, and network Must have ability to follow the step by step instructions during downloading and installation of software Basic understanding of cyber security is a plus. However, this is not quite necessary [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. Description Have you ever wanted to learn Python from an Ethical Hacking point of view? Maybe you already have basic coding skills or maybe you’re completely new to programming. In either case, sometimes you’ll find yourself on a penetration test with limited tooling. In cases like these you can demonstrate immense value to the client by building your own toolkits. In this course you will build offensive tooling in Python 3 from scratch. You will learn how to setup your coding environment in VMWare Workstation, Kali Linux and VSCode. We’ll quickly configure and customize your development environment and then code our first hacking tool: an email scraper. The tool will accept a URL as input from the user and then spider links and scrap emails using regex and the BeautifulSoup library. It’s going to be a lot of fun (especially when you make it work on your own!) Whether you’re coming from C#, C++ or you have zero programming experience, this course will hold you by the hand and walk you through a modern coding approach. Everything is explained one step at a time and the author is readily available for questions. So what are you waiting for? Let’s jump in and start now! Who this course is for: Beginner Python Developers Ethical Hackers Penetration Testers Cyber Security Analysts Requirements Laptop with internet connection [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. Description LEARN CYBER SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS FROM ONE OF UDEMY’S TOP IT INSTRUCTORS Are you looking to learn the basics of cyber security? Are you an aspiring IT professional that needs to better understand how cybersecurity works? If so, this is the perfect course for you! In this 4-hour course, I’ll show you step-by-step, the fundamentals of cyber security, teaching you essential cyber security core principles you need to know, as well as enlightening you about the various types of cyber threats we face. If you’re looking to advance or begin your career in Information Technology (IT), this course is a must! WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE IN THIS COURSE 4 Hours of Lecture & Live Demonstration Videos 37-Page Course Companion Study Guide eBook 2 Real-Life Business Case Studies Edited Closed Caption Subtitles and Video Transcripts Downloadable Course Videos for Offline Viewing with Udemy Mobile App KEY COURSE TOPICS Introduction to Cybersecurity Understanding Hackers Networking 101 Malware Threats Additional Threats & Vulnerabilities Social Engineering & Email Based Threats Core Cyber Security Principles Fundamental Threat Countermeasures Cyber Security in the Workplace Once you complete this course, you’ll understand the core principles of cyber security to help you better protect your IT and business infrastructure! SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR ENROLL TODAY! PREVIEW OVER 30 MINUTES OF THIS COURSE THROUGH MY 12 FREE LECTURES, JUST SCROLL DOWN BELOW AND CLICK THE BLUE PREVIEW BUTTONS. Who this course is for: Non-Techies Wanting to Learn About Cyber Security Business & IT Managers Needing a Working Knowledge of Cyber Security Aspiring & Inexperienced IT Professionals Requirements A Desire to Learn A Basic Understanding of Computers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office – Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office(formerly Acronis True Image) is a comprehensive personal cyber protection solution – integrating advanced cybersecurity capabilities with our best-of-breed backup to guard users’ personal devices and backups from today’s cyberthreats. Features • Backup and Recovery • Anywhere Access • Innovative Protections • Enhanced Vision • Automated Dual Protection • Tray Notification Center • Custom Power Management • Back Up on Select Wi-Fi • Improved Cloud Restores • Efficient, All-in-one Protection • Versatile and Versatile • And much more.. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. Learn the attacker’s methodology and start your career in cybersecurity, penetration testing, and ethical hacking! What you’ll learn Anatomy of a Cyber Attack – Beginner Hacking with Metasploit Course Site Understand the steps of a cyber attack Understand the basic methodology, tools, and techniques used by hackers in exploiting networks and information systems Requirements PC or Mac with at least 4 GB of RAM in order to install the virtualization software used in this course Windows XP disc or disc image to set up a vulnerable machine for the labs Kali Linux disc image (free to download, instructions provided in the course) VirtualBox software (free to download, instructions provided in the course) Description Updated with the EternalBlue & WannaCry Ransomware Exploit Labs against Windows 7/Server 2008 victims! ** Dissect the Threat! Understand the Importance of Cyber Security ** Your networks are facing a constant barrage of attacks by malicious actors: hackers, hacktivists, script kiddies, advanced persistent threats, and even nation-states are all searching for footholds into networks around the globe. System administrators have always been the first line of defense in system security, and in this global cyberwar, your role has become increasingly important to the security of our networks. In “The Anatomy of a Cyber Attack”, you will learn to dissect the techniques used by hackers in their exploitation of a network. From open-source research and reconnaissance to the exploitation and covering of their tracks, you will learn hands-on techniques to probe your network for vulnerabilities and understand how they are exploited. A truly eye-opening experience into the world of cybersecurity, “The Anatomy of a Cyber Attack” is essential to understanding the landscape of today’s cyber threats. What You Will Receive In The Course: Video lectures that are fun, entertaining, and enlightening Walkthrough of building your own penetration testing lab for use in the course Labs for every step of the hacker methodology You can watch the instructor to better understand the threat, or learn to conduct the attack yourself using Metasploit! Practice questions to ensure mastery of each section of the course A solid foundation upon which to conduct further study or certification preparation This course provides a great foundation upon which to build upon for Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) or penetration testing studies! What This Course Is NOT: Certified Ethical Hacker preparation course IT Certification preparation course Designed to provide a mastery of penetration testing techniques (but will give you a great introduction) Who this course is for: Students who are interested in the cyber threat that exists in today’s culture Students interested in learning how hackers are able to attack networks and information systems The students looking for a beginner/overview course for penetration testing and hacking Students wanting an easy to understand course on using Metasploit to conduct penetration testing Master Ethical Hacking with Python! Course [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. Cyber Privacy Suite – is a package of tools to protect against data theft, termination web tracking and blocking of web cameras and microphones from external abuse. The solution allows you to categorically block all external and internal attempts to access the webcam and microphone, delete insecure confidential and personal data, as well as registered viewing habits and credentials, in advance eliminating the possibility of theft and abuse of this information. Features • Prevents Others From Fingerprinting Your Identity • Keep You and Your Family Safe • Enjoy Online Privacy Again • Encrypts Login Credentials • Identifies What Personal Information Is Exposed • Defends Wencams And Microphones From Hacking Attempts • Guards Against Dangerous Websites • Secures Your Connections Through VPN Gateways • Blocks Unwanted Tracking Cookies • Thwarts Annoying Ads • Detects Sensitive Documents On Your Device • Protects Financial And Medical Documents • Safeguards Your Privacy In Real-time • Scans The Dark Web For Your Information [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. In an unprecedented move, Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB), the country's principal security agency, on Friday disclosed that it arrested several members belonging to the notorious REvil ransomware gang and neutralized its operations. The surprise takedown, which it said was carried out at the request of the U.S. authorities, saw the law enforcement agency conduct raids at 25 addresses in the cities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Leningrad and Lipetsk regions that belonged to 14 suspected members of the organized cybercrime syndicate. "In order to implement the criminal plan, these persons developed malicious software, organized the theft of funds from the bank accounts of foreign citizens and their cashing, including through the purchase of expensive goods on the Internet," the FSB said in a statement. In addition, the FSB seized over 426 million rubles, including in cryptocurrency, $600,000, €500,000, as well as computer equipment, crypto wallets used to commit crimes, and 20 luxury cars that were purchased with money obtained by illicit means. One of the most active ransomware crews last year, REvil took responsibility for high-profile attacks against JBS and Kaseya, among a string of several others. The U.S. government told Reuters that one of the arrested individuals was also behind the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline in May 2021, once again confirming REvil's connections to a second collective called DarkSide. The group formally closed shop in October 2021 after the U.S. intervened to take its network of dark web servers offline. The next month, law enforcement authorities announced the arrest of seven individuals for their roles as affiliates of the REvil ransomware family, even as the U.S. charged a 22-year-old Ukrainian citizen linked to the ransomware gang for orchestrating the Kaseya ransomware attack. All those detained have been charged with "illegal circulation of means of payment," a criminal offense punishable by up to six years in prison. The suspects weren't named, but Reuters noted that a Moscow court identified two of the men as Roman Muromsky and Andrei Bessonov. The crackdown also comes as threat actors likely affiliated with Russian secret services crippled much of the Ukrainian government's public-facing digital infrastructure, in addition to defacing some of them with messages that alleged people's personal data had been made public and that the information stored in the servers was being destroyed. It remains to be what impact the arrests will have on the larger ransomware ecosystem, which has by and large continued to flourish despite a number of law enforcement actions, partly driven by Russia's willingness to look the other way when it comes to harboring cybercriminals in the country, effectively allowing the bad actors to operate with impunity. "While we are still looking to understand the true impact of these arrests, we applaud the Russian government for the actions it took today with regard to the REvil criminal ransomware group," Matt Olney, director of threat intelligence and interdiction at Cisco Talos, told The Hacker News. "It's important that criminal cyber actors and organizations not be allowed to operate with impunity. And so any result that leads to degrading of their capabilities is undoubtedly a good thing." Source
  17. What are the most well-known cyber attacks ? The massive so-called SolarWinds attack, detected in December 2020, breached U.S. federal agencies, infrastructure and private corporations in what is believed to be among the worst cyberespionage attacks inflicted on the U.S. On Dec. 13, 2020, it was revealed that Austin-based IT management software company SolarWinds was hit by a supply chain attack that compromised updates for its Orion software platform. As part of this attack, threat actors inserted their own malware, now known as Sunburst or Solorigate, into the updates, which were distributed to many SolarWinds customers. The first confirmed victim of this backdoor was cybersecurity firm FireEye, which had disclosed on Dec. 8 that it had been breached by suspected nation-state hackers. It was soon revealed that SolarWinds attacks affected other organizations, including tech giants Micrososft and VMware and many U.S. government agencies. Investigations showed that the hackers -- believed to be sponsored by the Russian government -- had been infiltrating targeted systems undetected since March 2020. As of January 2021, investigators were still trying to determine the scope of the attack. • Here is a rundown of some of the most notorious breaches, dating back to 2009: - a July 2020 attack on Twitter, in which hackers were able to access the Twitter accounts of high-profile users. - another 2016 attack, this time at FriendFinder, which said more than 20 years' worth of data belonging to 412 million users was compromised. - a data breach at Yahoo in 2016 that exposed personal information contained within 500 million user accounts, which was then followed by news of another attack that compromised 1 billion user accounts. - a 2014 attack against entertainment company Sony, which compromised both personal data and corporate intellectual property (IP), including yet-to-be-released films, with U.S. officials blaming North Korea for the hack; - eBay's May 2014 announcement that hackers used employee credentials to collect personal information on its 145 million users.
  18. How can you prevent a cyber attack ? - There is no guaranteed way for any organization to prevent a cyber attack, but there are numerous cybersecurity best practices that organizations can follow to reduce the risk. - Reducing the risk of a cyber attack relies on using a combination of skilled security professionals, processes and technology. Reducing risk also involves three broad categories of defensive action: 1.preventing attempted attacks from actually entering the organization's IT systems; 2.detecting intrusions; and 3.disrupting attacks already in motion -- ideally, at the earliest possible time. 📝Best practices include the following: - implementing perimeter defenses, such as firewalls, to help block attack attempts and to block access to known malicious domains; - using software to protect against malware, namely antivirus software, thereby adding another layer of protection against cyber attacks; - having a patch management program to address known software vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers; - setting appropriate security configurations, password policies and user access controls; - maintaining a monitoring and detection program to identify and alert to suspicious activity; - creating incident response plans to guide reaction to a breach; and - training and educating individual users about attack scenarios and how they as individuals have a role to play in protecting the organization.
  19. What are the most common types of cyber attacks? Cyber attacks most commonly involve the following: - Malware in which malicious software is used to attack information systems. Ransomware, spyware and Trojans are examples of malware. Depending on the type of malicious code, malware could be used by hackers to steal or secretly copy sensitive data, block access to files, disrupt system operations or make systems inoperable. - Phishing in which hackers socially engineer email messages to entice recipients to open them. The recipients are tricked into downloading the malware contained within the email by either opening an attached file or embedded link. - Man-in-the-middle or MitM, where attackers secretly insert themselves between two parties, such as individual computer users and their financial institution. Depending on the details of the actual attack, this type of attack may be more specifically classified as a man-in-the-browser attack, monster-in-the-middle attack or machine-in-the-middle attack. It is also sometimes called an eavesdropping attack. - DDoS in which hackers bombard an organization's servers with large volumes of simultaneous data requests, thereby making the servers unable to handle any legitimate requests. - SQL injection where hackers insert malicious code into servers using the Structured Query Language programming language to get the server to reveal sensitive data. - Zero-day exploit which happens when a newly identified vulnerability in IT infrastructure is first exploited by hackers. - Domain name system (DNS) tunneling a sophisticated attack in which attackers establish and then use persistently available access -- or a tunnel -- into their targets' systems. - Drive-by or drive-by download, occurs when an individual visits a website that, in turn, infects the unsuspecting individual's computer with malware. - Credential-based attacks happen when hackers steal the credentials that IT workers use to access and manage systems and then use that information to illegally access computers to steal sensitive data or otherwise disrupt an organization and its operations.
  20. 6 common types of cyber attacks and how to prevent them Cybercrime is a clear and present risk to governments, businesses and individuals; according to the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2020, cyber attacks rank first among global human-caused risks. The motivation behind cyber attacks has become more varied over the past few years, with disinformation and disruption joining the regular drivers of data theft, extortion and vandalism, and the challenges they present have many security teams on the back foot. Cyber attacks hit organizations every day: Just in the network activity of its own customers, CrowdStrike detected around 41,000 potential attacks between January and June this year compared with 35,000 for all of last year, while IT Governance reported 586,771,602 leaked records in November 2020 alone. RiskIQ predicted that, by 2021, cybercrime will cost the world $11.4 million every minute. These costs are both tangible and intangible, including not only direct loss of assets, revenue and productivity, but also loss of business confidence, trust and reputational damage. Cybercrime is built around the efficient exploitation of vulnerabilities, and security teams are always at a disadvantage because they must defend all possible entry points, while an attacker only needs to find and exploit one weakness or vulnerability. This asymmetry highly favors any attacker, with the result that even large enterprises struggle to prevent cybercriminals from monetizing access to their networks -- networks that typically must maintain open access and connectivity while trying to protect enterprise resources. Not only large organizations are at risk of cyber attack; cybercriminals will use any internet-connected device as a weapon, a target or both, and SMBs tend to deploy less sophisticated cybersecurity measures. So, which are the most damaging cyber attacks, and how do they work? Here are the six most damaging types of cyber attacks. 1. Malware Malware, or malicious software, is an umbrella term used to refer to a hostile or intrusive program or file that is designed to exploit devices at the expense of the user and to the benefit of the attacker. There are various types of malware, but they all use evasion and obfuscation techniques designed to not only fool users, but also evade security controls so they can install themselves on a system or device surreptitiously without permission. Here are some of the most common types of malware: Ransomware. Currently, the most feared form of malware is ransomware -- a program designed to encrypt a victim's files and then demand a ransom in order to receive the decryption key. There have been several noticeable ransomware attacks in 2020. The Clop ransomware has been implicated in major breaches of biopharmaceutical firm ExecuPharm, Indian business group Indiabulls, the U.K.'s EV Cargo Logistics and Germany's Software AG, where the ransom was allegedly $20 million to be paid in bitcoins. If the ransom is not paid, the hackers usually post stolen data online. At the time of writing, the PLEASE_READ_ME ransomware had breached at least 85,000 servers worldwide and had put up for sale at least 250,000 stolen databases. Trojans. A Trojan horse is a program downloaded and installed on a computer that appears harmless but is, in fact, malicious. Typically, this malware is hidden in an innocent-looking email attachment or free download. When the user clicks on the email attachment or downloads the free program, the hidden malware is transferred to the user's computing device. Once inside, the malicious code executes whatever task the attacker designed it to perform. Often, this is to launch an immediate attack, but they can also create a backdoor for the hacker to use in future attacks. Spyware. Once installed, spyware monitors the victim's internet activity, tracks login credentials and spies on sensitive information -- all without the user's consent or knowledge. The primary goal is usually to obtain credit card numbers, banking information and passwords, which are sent back to the attacker. Recent victims include Google Play users in South and Southeast Asia, but spyware is also used by government agencies: Human rights activists and journalists in India and Uzbekistan and Pakistani government officials were all targeted in 2020. 2. DDoS A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is an attack in which multiple compromised computer systems attack a target, such as a server, website or other network resource, and cause a denial of service for users of the targeted resource. The flood of incoming messages, connection requests or malformed packets to the target system forces it to slow down or even crash and shut down, thereby denying service to legitimate users or systems. Some 4.8 million DDoS attacks took place in the first half of 2020, a 15% increase over 2019, with the month of May's 929,000 DDoS attacks marking the largest number of attacks ever seen in a month. Attackers are also harnessing the power of AI to understand what kinds of attack techniques work best and to direct their botnets -- slave machines used to perform DDoS attacks -- accordingly. Worryingly, AI is being used to enhance all forms of cyber attack. 3. Phishing A phishing attack is a form of fraud in which an attacker masquerades as a reputable entity, such as a bank, tax department, or person in email or in other forms of communication, to distribute malicious links or attachments to trick an unsuspecting victim into handing over valuable information, such as passwords, credit card details, intellectual property and so on. It is easy to launch a phishing campaign, and they are surprisingly effective. Spear phishing attacks are directed at specific individuals or companies, while whaling attacks are a type of spear phishing attack that specifically targets senior executives within an organization. One type of whaling attack is the business email compromise (BEC), where the attacker targets specific employees who have the ability to authorize financial transactions in order to trick them into transferring money into an account controlled by the attacker. A 2019 FBI cybercrime report indicated that losses from BEC attacks were approximately $1.7 billion. 4. SQL injection attacks Any website that is database-driven -- and that is the majority of websites -- is susceptible to SQL injection attacks. An SQL query is a request for some action to be performed on a database, and a carefully constructed malicious request can create, modify or delete the data stored in the database, as well as read and extract data such as intellectual property, personal information of customers, administrative credentials or private business details. A SQL injection attack this year was used to steal the emails and password hashes of 8.3 million Freepik and Flaticon users. 5. XSS This is another type of injection attack in which an attacker injects data, such as a malicious script, into content from otherwise trusted websites. Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks can occur when an untrusted source is allowed to inject its own code into a web application and that malicious code is included with dynamic content delivered to a victim's browser. This allows an attacker to execute malicious scripts written in various languages, like JavaScript, Java, Ajax, Flash and HTML, in another user's browser. XSS enables an attacker to steal session cookies, allowing the attacker to pretend to be the user, but it can also be used to spread malware, deface websites, create havoc on social networks, phish for credentials and -- in conjunction with social engineering techniques -- perpetrate more damaging attacks. XSS has been a constant attack vector used by hackers and tops the 2020 list of the 25 most dangerous software weaknesses compiled by Common Weakness Enumeration. 6. Botnets A botnet comprises a collection of internet-connected computers and devices that are infected and controlled remotely by cybercriminals. They are often used to send email spam, engage in click fraud campaigns, and generate malicious traffic for DDoS attacks. The objective for creating a botnet is to infect as many connected devices as possible and to use the computing power and resources of those devices to automate and magnify the malicious activities. IoT botnet threats were one of the fastest growing categories of threats in the first half of 2020, according to a report by Nozomi Networks Labs. While these cyber attacks continue to plague and damage organizations of all sizes, there are plenty of others that security teams need to defend against, such as man-in-the-middle and eavesdropping attacks, where an attacker intercepts the communication between two parties in an attempt to steal or alter it. As most email and chat systems now use end-to-end encryption and employees use a VPN to access company networks, these attacks are becoming less effective. However, security teams need to ensure DNS traffic is monitored for malicious activity to prevent DNS tunneling attacks, where hackers "tunnel" malware into DNS queries to create a persistent communication channel that most firewalls are unable to detect. How to prevent common types of cyber attacks The more people and devices a network connects, the greater the value of the network, which makes it harder to raise the cost of an attack to the point where hackers will give up. Metcalfe's Law asserts that the value of a network is proportional to the square of its connected users. So, security teams have to accept that their networks will be under constant attack, but by understanding how different types of cyber attacks work, mitigating controls and strategies can be put in place to minimize the damage they can do. Here are the main points to keep in mind: Hackers, of course, first need to gain a foothold in a network before they can achieve whatever objectives they have, so they need to find and exploit one or more vulnerabilities or weaknesses in their victim's IT infrastructure. Vulnerabilities are either human- or technology-based, and according to data from the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office, human error was the cause of approximately 90% of data breaches in 2019, with phishing as the primary cause. Errors can be either unintentional actions or lack of action, from downloading a malware-infected attachment to failing to use a strong password. This makes security awareness training a top priority in the fight against cyber attacks, and as attack techniques are constantly evolving, training needs to be constantly updated as well to ensure users are alerted to the latest types of attack. A cyber attack simulation campaign can assess the level of cyber awareness among employees with additional training where there are obvious shortcomings. While security-conscious users can reduce the success rate of most cyber attacks, a defense-in-depth strategy is also essential. These should be tested regularly via vulnerability assessments and penetration tests to check for exploitable security vulnerabilities. Finally, to deal with zero-day exploits, where cybercriminals discover and exploit a previously unknown vulnerability before a fix becomes available, enterprises need to consider adding content disarm and reconstruction to their threat prevention controls as it assumes all content is malicious so it doesn't need to try to detect constantly evolving malware functionality. Security strategies and budgets need to build in the ability to adapt and deploy new security controls if the connected world is going to survive the never-ending battle against cyber attacks.
  21. How do cyber attacks work ? - Threat actors use various techniques to launch cyber attacks, depending in large part on whether they're attacking a targeted or an untargeted entity. - In an untargeted attack, where the bad actors are trying to break into as many devices or systems as possible, they generally look for vulnerabilities that will enable them to gain access without being detected or blocked. They might use, for example, a phishing attack, emailing large numbers of people with socially engineered messages crafted to entice recipients to click a link that will download malicious code. - In a targeted attack, the threat actors are going after a specific organization, and methods used vary depending on the attack's objectives. The hacktivist group Anonymous, for example, was suspected in a 2020 distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the Minneapolis Police Department website after a Black man died while being arrested by Minneapolis officers. Hackers also use spear-phishing campaigns in a targeted attack, crafting emails to specific individuals who, if they click included links, would download malicious software designed to subvert the organization's technology or the sensitive data it holds. - Cyber criminals often create the software tools to use in their attacks, and they frequently share those on the so-called dark web. - Cyber attacks often happen in stages, starting with hackers surveying or scanning for vulnerabilities or access points, initiating the initial compromise and then executing the full attack -- whether it's stealing valuable data, disabling the computer systems or both.
  22. Why do cyber attacks happen? Cyber attacks are designed to cause damage. They can have various objectives, including the following : Financial gain : Most cyber attacks today, especially those against commercial entities, are launched by cybercriminals for financial gain. These attacks often aim to steal sensitive data, such as customer credit card numbers or employee personal information, which the cybercriminals then use to access money or goods using the victims' identities. Disruption and revenge : Bad actors also launch attacks specifically to sow chaos, confusion, discontent, frustration or mistrust. They could be taking such action as a way to get revenge for acts taken against them. They could be aiming to publicly embarrass the attacked entities or to damage the organizations' reputation. These attacks are often directed at government entities but can also hit commercial entities or nonprofit organizations. Nation-state attackers are behind some of these types of attacks. Others, called hacktivists, might launch these types of attacks as a form of protest against the targeted entity; a secretive decentralized group of internationalist activists known as Anonymous is the most well known of such groups. Cyberwarfare : Governments around the world are also involved in cyber attacks, with many national governments acknowledging or suspected of designing and executing attacks against other countries as part of ongoing political, economic and social disputes. These types of attacks are classified as cyberwarfare.
  23. What is a cyber attack? - A cyber attack is any attempt to gain unauthorized access to a computer, computing system or computer network with the intent to cause damage. Cyber attacks aim to disable, disrupt, destroy or control computer systems or to alter, block, delete, manipulate or steal the data held within these systems. - A cyber attack can be launched from anywhere by any individual or group using one or more various attack strategies. - People who carry out cyber attacks are generally regarded as cybercriminals. Often referred to as bad actors, threat actors and hackers, they include individuals who act alone, drawing on their computer skills to design and execute malicious attacks. They can also belong to a criminal syndicate, working with other threat actors to find weaknesses or problems in the computer systems -- called vulnerabilities -- that can be exploited for criminal gain. - Government-sponsored groups of computer experts also launch cyber attacks. They're identified as nation-state attackers, and they have been accused of attacking the information technology (IT) infrastructure of other governments, as well as nongovernment entities, such as businesses, nonprofits and utilities.
  24. Nearly 18 years after being introduced to the public, Acronis True Image is getting a new name. Beginning today, the world’s best personal cyber protection solution will be known as Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office. Changing such a well-known product name is never an easy decision for a business. After all, in the nearly two decades since it launched, Acronis True Image has gained a lot of brand equity and goodwill among users. So why change the name of such an iconic and well-established product? There is a good reason. Features Our name is our promise Acronis was the first software solution to make enterprise-grade full disk imaging available to home users. So, when it came to naming our innovative new product, we wanted to clearly explain what users were getting with their purchase. We landed on Acronis True Image to ensure people knew they would get a true image of their data, which they could use to restore their computer. We know that the home users, prosumers, and freelancers who rely on our personal solution want to know what they are getting. That’s the approach we’ve always taken – and maintaining that practice given the changes we’ve in recent years required us to examine the name Acronis True Image. Changing protection needs During the past several years, the challenges of protecting data have evolved. Most notably, the proliferation of ransomware has changed the protection landscape. When ransomware first appeared, a backup solution that enabled you to quickly restore your entire system was enough. If you were targeted by ransomware, you could simply restore your entire system and avoid paying the ransom. To ensure users had to pay, attackers changed their ransomware. A few years ago, we saw new ransomware strains that first target backup files and backup software, denying users that traditional safe harbor. In response, Acronis hired cybersecurity experts to build an anti-ransomware defense that could be integrated into our backup solution. Acronis True Image then became the only personal backup solution with integrated anti-ransomware. Acronis Active Protection launched in 2017 – and its name reflects the fact the behavior-based detection actively monitors your system and stops ransomware attacks in real-time. As the cyberthreat landscape continues to evolve, we’ve enhancing those cybersecurity capabilities – adding a cryptomining blocker, antivirus, and next-generation anti-malware that’s powered by machine intelligence. More than backup, it’s cyber protection Then, last year’s release marked the beginning of a new era. Acronis True Image made the leap from backup to a complete cyber protection solution – combatting the full scope of data threats, from accidents and hardware failure to device theft and cyberattack. It enhanced our best-of-breed personal backup with integrated advanced anti-malware technology, including real-time protection, on-demand antivirus scans, web filtering, and videoconference app protection. That evolution means Acronis True Image now does so much more than simply create a true image backup – and, as a result, the name no longer provides an accurate description of the product. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office is here To better reflect what users get from our solution, we’ve renamed it Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office. This new name catches up with what we build and who we build it for – comprehensive cyber protection for the work-from-home parent, the IT expert, the remote student, the freelancer who works remotely, and other home office users. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office is still the same high-performing, easy-to-use solution that is already trusted by more than 5.5 million individuals worldwide – and our commitment to keeping your data, applications, and systems safe remains. The only difference is the name. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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