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  1. Students of computer and electrical engineering may often take a course that educates them about computer networks and OSI levels. What you’ll learn The Seven OSI Layers in Computer Networks: Detailed Functionalities The networking equipment consists of hubs, switches, routers, etc. The Foundational Ideas of Switching and Routing The OSI/TCP-IP model’s application layer positions The OSI/TCP-IP model’s presentation layer position tasks at the session layer in the OSI/TCP-IP paradigm. The OSI/TCP-IP model’s transport layer position The OSI/TCP-IP model’s network layer position Jobs in the OSI/TCP-IP model’s MAC/DLL layer Jobs at the physical layer of the OSI/TCP-IP paradigm Requirements Who has a genuine interest in learning about computer networks? Basic understanding of computer systems. No prior knowledge of coding or programming is necessary. To achieve your objectives more quickly, show commitment and dedication. Description A Beginner’s Guide to Computer Networks An increasing trend is computer networks. The majority of the sites you visit on a regular basis, including your house, school, and workplace, have them. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of computer networking. You should specifically reach the following benchmarks: Recognize the networks that are all around you. You will also comprehend a sizable portion of the IT world if you start recognizing networks all around you. You’ll discover many things, including how the Internet operates, how your Internet Service Provider (ISP) enables you to connect online, how data is shared without a connection to the Internet, and much more. Learning about computer networks is the first step in anything. Study Network Configuration. Setting up a network is a skill that is highly valuable nowadays, whether you are taking this course to better yourself, to earn a higher grade at school, or for a job. However, a lot of individuals lack the necessary skills. In a few minutes, you have the chance to learn it. Learn how to keep yourself safe while using a network, such as the Internet. Nobody wants their passwords, photos, papers, credit card information, or online activity to be shared without their consent. But as more people use computer networks, the concept of privacy is fading into obscurity. This training assists you in safeguarding your online identity as well as the network at your house or place of business. Who is this course for? Anyone who wants to learn the most important concepts of Computer Networks A person who just wants to learn how the Internet works Anyone who is studying for their Computer Network exam. What will you learn? You will study the key ideas in computer networking, as I said previously. The specific subjects are: various network types (size, topology). Computer networks use cables. TCP/IP structure Model ISO/OSI (addresses and routing) HTTP protocol How TCP & UDP Operate and What They Do management of TCP connections. What supplies do I require? You simply need an internet connection and a computer or smartphone to take this course. Additionally, you can always get in touch with me if you have questions or need assistance. I often reply within a day. You will get a certificate of completion at the conclusion of this course. Something you might include in your linked profile or CV. Who this course is for: Students of computer engineering Electrical engineering students Students of Telecommunication Engineering [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  3. Jbin website secret scraper Jbin will gather all the URLs from the website and then it will try to expose the secret data from them. It collects both URLs and JS links to scrape secrets out of it. Also if you are looking for a specific string on a page or want to run custom regex then you can do that too now with the new release, It also provides you with an informative excel report. Currently, we can scrape these secrets! Google Maps API Artifactory API Artifactory Pass Auth Tokens AWS Access Keys AWS MWS Auth Token Base 64 Basic Auth Credentials Cloudanary Basic Auth Tokens Facebook Access Tokens Facebook Oauth Tokens Github Secrets Google Cloud API Google Oauth Tokens Youtube Oauth Tokens Heroku API Keys IPV4 IPV6 URL Without http URL With http Generic API RSA Private Keys PGP Private Keys Mailchamp API key Mailgun API key Picatic API Slack Token Slack Webhook Stripe API Keys Square Access Token Square Oauth Secret Twilio API key Twitter Client ID Twitter Oauth Twitter Secret Keys Vault Token Firebase Secrets Paypal Braintree Tokens New Features? Directory bruteforce to get more URLs Custom wordlist Added realtime task monitoring Added the option to reduce power [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. What you’ll learn Make sure you know how to use Windows 11 well, whether you’re using it for work or for fun. In this case, you need to make sure that your computer is ready for Windows 11. With shortcuts, tips, and tricks, you can save a lot of time and work. Windows 11 has a lot of new features and functions. Find out what they are. Requirements All you need to do this course is have Microsoft Windows 11. Few people who have worked with Windows before will be able to help. It is a course that goes from beginning to end. Description Hundreds of millions of people around the world are now using Windows 11. But did you know that most people don’t know how to use Windows to the fullest? You can get help with this from the book “Windows 11: From beginner to advanced.” The next time we meet, I’m going to take you on a tour of Windows 11 and show you all of the new features and functions that Microsoft’s new operating system has. We’ll also talk about how to make your computer run smoothly and quickly when Windows 11 comes out next year. What you will learn in this course: Find out about new features and functionality that will set you apart from most people who use Windows 11. Be able to do simple software maintenance to get the most out of a computer’s real processing power. With a lot of handy shortcuts, you can run programs and apps more efficiently. General and advanced computer users will feel more comfortable with you now that you know more about them. Many more things… What you need to know for enrollment: Is your computer running Windows 11? If so, you can start the course right now! You will be able to do the exercises right away! If your computer needs to be turned on and plugged in while it does a job, I’ll let you know at the start of each tutorial. This way, you can plan your time while taking this course. You will be able to use the skills you learn in this course in all areas of your “digital life.” Whether you want to improve your skills for work, be more productive as a self-employed person, or just learn more about Windows 11. This will give you a little more. Every single thing you have to do in this class is made simple so that it fits everyone who wants to take it. If you want to work in Information Computer Technology or write code, this course might be able to help you get the training you need. As a result, I hope that my course meets your needs, and I look forward to seeing you in the first tutorial. Who this course is for: Windows 11 is new, and anyone who wants to get up to speed with it as quickly as possible. Those people who want to learn how to save time while using a Windows computer There is someone out there who wants to learn how to make their computer run faster. Anyone who wants to learn more about Microsoft Windows 11. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. What you’ll learn Corel Draw’s UI. All of the Corel Draw tools. Get rid of the background with Corel Draw. Logo Design, like Apple’s, Pepsi’s, Addidas’, Chrom’s, BMW’s, and so on. In Corel Draw, there are docks. add links or URLs to a Corel draw document With Power Clip, you can make text look pretty. Do crazy things with Smart Fill. Make sure that the text fits the path. A set of Corel Draw Effects, like distort and blend, that you can use. When you make your own curves. Requirements Any version of Corel Draw that they have on their computer can be used to follow along with the video. The test version can also work. You don’t have to know anything about CorelDraw to start. Description To help you learn Corel Draw from the beginning to the end, this course is called “Corel Draw.” We’ve talked about all the tools in Corel Draw. I have tried to use real-life examples to show how the skills I have learned can be used. This is why we have a section that shows how the skills can be used. We’ve shown you how to make some of the best logos, and this is to help you use the skills we’ve taught you. I’ve shown you the most important tools in Corel Draw so that you can focus on what’s important. So, I haven’t forgotten about any of them. To become a Corel Draw Guru, you need to learn how to use all of the tools. This course will help you get there. Who this course is for: Anyone who wants to learn how to make graphics with Corel Draw is welcome. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. hack-browser-data is an open-source tool that could help you decrypt data[passwords|bookmarks|cookies|history] from the browser. It supports the most popular browsers on the market and runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Changelog v0.4 feat: support Go 1.18 generics, refactor project layout feat: add support for all published firefox feat: add color output for command line logs feat: add support chromium when some Linux distributions does not use D-Bus to get master key fix: getting wrong Chromium cookie file path error fix: check AES block size when decrypting Chromium password under Windows fix: export credit card failed for windows [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Become an expert and professional ethical hacker! Learn Network Security, Kali Linux, and other topics that nobody knows What you’ll learn Ethical Hacking Masterclass : From Zero to Binary Deep Fundamentals of Ethical Hacking Linux Permission Management Linux Network Manipulation Maltego Linux Software control Manage Linux Processes Linux Delete Files without traces Passive Information Gathering Requirements 4GB of RAM for Running VMWare and other programs Description *Printable online certificate available upon completion of course* Since the infancy of computers, hackers have been creatively solving problems. In the late 1950s, the MIT model railroad club was given a donation of parts, mostly old telephone equipment. The club’s members used this equipment to rig up a complex system that allowed multiple operators to control different parts of the track by dialing into the appropriate sections. They called this new and inventive use of telephone equipment hacking; many people consider this group to be the original hackers. The group moved on to programming on punch cards and ticker tape for early computers like the IBM 704 and the TX-0. While others were content with writing programs that just solved problems, the early hackers were obsessed with writing programs that solved problems well. A new program that could achieve the same result as an existing one but used fewer punch cards was considered better, even though it did the same thing. The key difference was how the program achieved its results—elegance. Hacker is a term for both those who write code and those who exploit it. Even though these two groups of hackers have different end goals, both groups use similar problem-solving techniques. Since an understanding of programming helps those who exploit, and an understanding of exploitation helps those who program, many hackers do both. Hacking is really just the act of finding a clever and counterintuitive solution to a problem. Program exploitation is a staple of hacking. It takes a creative mind to find these holes and to write programs that compensate for them. Sometimes these holes are the products of relatively obvious programmer errors, but there are some less obvious errors that have given birth to more complex exploit techniques that can be applied in many different places. You can get started in white-hat ethical hacking using Kali Linux, and this course starts you on that road by giving you an overview of security trends, where you will learn about the OSI security architecture. This will form the foundation for the rest of Beginning Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux. With the theory out of the way, you’ll move on to an introduction to VirtualBox, VMWare, networking terminologies, and common Linux commands, followed by the step-by-step procedures to build your own web server and acquire the skill to be anonymous. When you have finished the examples in the first part, of course, you will have all you need to carry out safe and ethical hacking experiments. After an introduction to Kali Linux, you will carry out your first penetration tests with Python and code raw binary packets for use in those tests. You will learn how to find secret directories of a target system, how to use a TCP client in Python and services, and how to do port scanning using Nmap. Along the way, you will learn how to collect important information; how to track e-mail; and how to use important tools such as Dmitry, Maltego, and others. You’ll also take a look at the five phases of penetration testing. After that, this course will cover SQL mapping and vulnerability analysis where you will learn about sniffing and spoofing, why ARP poisoning is a threat, how SniffJoke prevents poisoning, how to analyze protocols with Wireshark, and how to use sniffing packets with Scapy. Then, you will learn how to detect SQL injection vulnerabilities, how to use Sqlmap, and how to do brute-force or password attacks. In addition, you will learn how to use important hacking tools such as OpenVas, Nikto, Vega, and Burp Suite. Who this course is for: Beginner Ethical Hackers who want to learn more [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  9. This python script allows to extract of various information from a Microsoft Remote Desktop Web Access (RDWA) application, such as the FQDN of the remote server, the internal AD domain name (from the FQDN), and the remote Windows Server version. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Learn to get proxies from sites and extract them and filter healthy proxies [Hidden Content]
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  12. Stealer Checker - Get information from RedLine logs [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Description Have you ever thought about building your own computer, but didn’t know where to start? If so, this is the course for you. This course from ITProTV takes you through the process of building a personal computer, from beginning to end. You’ll see how to determine which PC build is right for you, as well as how to define and adhere to a budget and acquire the individual components for the build. The course provides step-by-step guidance on how to assemble the components such as the motherboard, processor, and RAM that make up the system unit, as well as how to install the operating system to complete a fully-functioning computer. There are no prerequisites for this series past basic computing terminology, so if you’ve ever wondered what it takes to build your own PC, join us for this adventure. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. HackBrowserData hack-browser-data is an open-source tool that could help you decrypt data[passwords|bookmarks|cookies|history] from the browser. It supports the most popular browsers on the market and runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Changelog v0.3.7 Feature feat: add Yandex browser for macOS and Windows by @moonD4rk 0f2a541 feat: add CocCoc browser for macOS and Windows by @moonD4rk a9f36d6 Fix bugs Optimize the Chinese version of README by @lc6464 in #88 Add ciphertext length check in AES decryption by @SignorMercurio in #92 chore(deps): bump github.com/tidwall/gjson from 1.6.0 to 1.9.3 by @dependabot in #101 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. 3 Ways to Hack CCTV Cameras (and How to Prevent It from Happening to You) Though advances have been made in recent years, many CCTV cameras remain troublingly vulnerable to attack. Malicious actors have developed a wide range of techniques to circumvent security protocols and gain access to video surveillance systems. Some use very simple exploits (that take mere minutes), while others prefer more sophisticated intrusions (that infiltrate even hardened systems). Though their methods may vary, talented hackers can make their way into your home security or enterprise surveillance network. Once inside, they can use remote access to watch the world through your cameras—or potentially even take control of them. Raising the bar on security is the whole point of installing CCTV cameras in the first place. So, these vulnerabilities largely defeat the purpose of investing in a surveillance system. TThe entire industry received a wake-up call to this reality following the revelation in 2017 that more than half a dozen Hikvision brand wifi cameras were being accessed through a backdoor password reset flaw. The problem created embarrassing headlines (the hashtag #hakvision circulated on social channels). And ICS-Cert, an agency within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, characterized the vulnerability as “remotely exploitable” with a “low skill level to exploit.” Despite this incident raising overall awareness, many organizations are still woefully behind when it comes to safeguarding their camera systems. To better prepare, all enterprises should understand the following three methods that are among the most commonly used by criminals to gain unauthorized access to CCTV cameras.
  16. ZipExec is a Proof-of-Concept (POC) tool to wrap binary-based tools into a password-protected zip file. This zip file is then base64 encoded into a string that is rebuilt on disk. This encoded string is then loaded into a JScript file that when executed, would rebuild the password-protected zip file on disk and execute it. This is done programmatically by using COM objects to access the GUI-based functions in Windows via the generated JScript loader, executing the loader inside the password-protected zip without having to unzip it first. By password protecting the zip file, it protects the binary from EDRs and disk-based or anti-malware scanning mechanisms. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. 4K Tokkit Pro – is the ultimate application for mass TikTok content download. Save TikTok challenges, captions, whole accounts, hashtags, and single videos in high quality. Watch TikToks offline, browse your TikTok feed without ads, repost clips to other social networks. Features Download TikTok user videos • Bulk-download videos from TikTok accounts. Save all videos off profiles and grab avatars of TikTok users. Download New TikTok Clips Automatically • Keep up with updates from your favorite TikTok creators and hashtags. Auto-check for new videos, grab fresh content every day without lifting a finger. Download TikTok Videos by Date • Adjust the download date range at the in-app calendar. Download only the videos that were published during the specified time period. Save TikTok Video Captions • Get TikTok videos downloaded with their original captions. Hover the cursor over the video icon to see the caption in-app & copy it to the clipboard. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. OSINT tool to get information from a Github or Gitlab profile and find user’s email addresses leaked on commits. How does this work? GitHub uses the email address associated with a GitHub account to link commits and other activity to a GitHub profile. When a user makes commits to public repos their email address is usually published in the commit and becomes publicly accessible, if you know where to look. GitHub provides some instructions on how to prevent this from happening, but it seems that most GitHub users either don’t know or don’t care that their email address may be exposed. Finding a GitHub user’s email address is often as simple as looking at their recent events via the GitHub [hide][Hidden Content]]
  19. The software searches all logs for Twitter accounts and checks them to the valid. Valid cookies are placed in the Results folder, where it is sorted into folders such as Password Change Required, Suspended, Verify phone number, Working All normal accounts are placed in the Working folder, and what is placed in the other folders is clear from the name of the folders. Only cookies in the .txt format go to these folders, and information about accounts in cookies is stored in the corresponding texts in the Results folder. Here's an example of what it looks like. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. ZipExec ZipExec is a Proof-of-Concept (POC) tool to wrap binary-based tools into a password-protected zip file. This zip file is then base64 encoded into a string that is rebuilt on a disk. This encoded string is then loaded into a JScript file that when executed, would rebuild the password-protected zip file on disk and execute it. This is done programmatically by using COM objects to access the GUI-based functions in Windows via the generated JScript loader, executing the loader inside the password-protected zip without having to unzip it first. By password protecting the zip file, it protects the binary from EDRs and disk-based or anti-malware scanning mechanisms. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. BruteSpray takes nmap GNMAP/XML output and automatically brute-forces services with default credentials using Medusa. It can even find non-standard ports by using the -sV inside Nmap. Supported Services ssh ftp telnet vnc mssql mysql postgresql rsh imap nntp pcanywhere pop3 rexec rlogin smbnt smtp svn vmauthd Changelog v1.8 added ability to parse Nexpose “XML Export” added ability to parse Nessus “.nessus” files added set() to iplist to ensure unique only [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. SocialPwned SocialPwned is an OSINT tool that allows to get the emails, from a target, published in social networks like Instagram, Linkedin, and Twitter to find the possible credential leaks in PwnDB. The purpose of this tool is to facilitate the search for vulnerable targets during the phase of Footprinting in Ethical Hacking. It is common for employees of a company to publish their emails in social networks, either professional or personal, so if these emails have their credentials leaked, it is possible that the passwords found have been reused in the environment to be audited. If it’s not the case, at least you would have an idea of the patterns that follow this target to create the passwords and be able to perform other attacks with a higher level of effectiveness. SocialPwned uses different modules: Instagram: Making use of the unofficial Instagram API from @LevPasha, different methods were developed to obtain the emails published by users. An Instagram account is required. Linkedin: Using @tomquirk’s unofficial Linkedin API, different methods were developed to obtain a company’s employees and their contact information (email, twitter or phone). In addition, it is possible to add the employees found to your contacts, so that you can later have access to their network of contacts and information. A Linkedin account is required. Twint: Using Twint from @twintproject you can track all the Tweets published by a user looking for some email. A Twitter account is not necessary. PwnDB: Inspired by the tool PwnDB created by @davidtavarez a module has been developed that searches for all credential leaks from the emails found. In addition, for each email, a POST request is made to HaveIBeenPwned to find out the source of the leak. Changelog v2.0 Docker Implementation GHunt Module Dehashed Module Output Enhancement Web Scraping Fix in HaveIBeenPwned Fixed several bugs [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. How Do I Protect My Computer From Bots? It’s Very Possible To Protect Your Computer From Bots, But it Takes Diligence And Knowing What To Look For. Use The Following Tips To Keep Your Computer Safe: *Install Firewalls To Block Malicious Attacks And Never Turn Them Off. *Use A Long And Complicated Password That Contains Numbers And Symbols. *Never Use The Same Password For Multiple Programs. *Install Quality Anti-Malware Software Such As Norton security to protect your device. *Ensure Software Is Up To Date, And Never Ignore System Updates. *Refrain From Using Flash Drives, Or Thumb Drives, In An Infected Computer.
  24. Facebook’s security practices changed for the better after its biggest data breach. If you haven’t heard already, hackers managed to steal 267 million user profiles. And, they did exactly what any other hacker would do - they sold the data on the Dark Web for other malicious actors to exploit. To make the matters worse, this happened only a couple of days after the massive Zoom data breach which affected over half a million users. This just shows how vulnerable your online accounts can be, including Facebook. Even though Facebook has implemented a better cybersecurity infrastructure, that doesn’t mean that your account is 100% safe. Today, even newbie hackers can infiltrate your account. And if they have the means or the know-how, you can easily hack a Facebook account and expose someone's private messages. But luckily, you can also prevent this from happening quite easily. In this article, we’ll go over some important tips that every digital user should implement. Data has become more vulnerable than ever, with hundreds of hacking attempts happening every day. So, stay safe by following these tips below. 1. Use a Password Manager to Store and Create Passwords Wondering how to prevent a Facebook hack easily? Just use a secure password. Simply put, password managers help you store and create unique passwords. This means that you can choose to create very long and complex passwords that are not easy to hack. In addition, they also take away the burden of recalling passwords for all sites. image However, password managers can also help with: Generating new passwords for your accounts periodically Storing credit card information Multi-factor authorization Ideally, long and complex passwords make it harder for hackers to brute force themselves into your Facebook account. And password managers can help you with that. Luckily for you, if you’re a Chrome user, Google has implemented an automatic password generator that pops up every time you need to create a password. It will automatically generate a strong password and store it in the password manager. That way, you’ll always have a bulletproof password only one click away. 2. Hide Your Email Address from Your Friend List For most people, an email address is a gateway to several other accounts apart from Facebook. This is especially true if you use the same password for all your accounts. As such, it’s essential to hide your email address from public view as much as you can. And yes, that includes your Facebook friend list too. To get started on hiding your email address on Facebook, this is what to do: While logged in to your Facebook account, click on your name/profile picture to access your profile. On the profile page, click the About tab. Select Contact and Basic Information from the left menu to see a list of your contact information. Click on the edit icon next to your email then set the Facebook Privacy Settings as Only me. image Doing that ensures that only you can see your email address. Since hackers can’t also see your email address, you’ll be much less of a target to them. People can do a lot of things only with your email, so make sure to keep it private. 3. Log Out of Old Devices Unlike your banking app, Facebook always keeps you logged in once you log in. And this means that anyone who uses one of your old devices can gain access to your account. Since they won’t be needing any password, it’ll be easy to collect all the information they need. But luckily, you can instruct Facebook to log you out of all active devices. Below is what you should do to log out of old devices: If logged in, tap on the arrow on the top right part of your screen next to the notification bell then click Settings and Privacy. On the settings page, click Security and Login. Under the section Where You’re Logged In, you’ll see a list of all devices that have recently accessed your account. Click on the three dots beside any of your old devices and select Logout. By logging out, anyone using your old device will need to login once more to access your account. You can therefore rest easy knowing that no one can access your Facebook account. 4. Enable a VPN When Using Public Wi-Fi To many, VPNs are tools to use to unblock restricted web content. In schools, for instance, it is common for students to use VPNs to unblock sites like Facebook. image However, VPNs also add a layer of protection. And particularly when you’re using public Wi-Fi. So, is Facebook secure over public Wi-Fi? Not really, think again. VPNs work by creating an encrypted tunnel between your device and Facebook. Therefore, anyone who tries intercepting your messages won’t be able to do so. By using a VPN, not only will you keep your identity hidden, but you’ll also protect yourself from various hacking attacks such as man-in-the-middle attacks or spoofing. 5. Learn How to Recognize Phishing Links Most Facebook accounts today get hacked through phishing. But sadly, few people know what phishing is and how it works in the first place. The whole purpose of a phishing email is to create a fake account that will mimic a well-known company or a person. image Then, the hackers con the users into clicking various links that either contain malware, or will take them to a fake page where they’ll enter their login credentials. Then, the hackers will use this data for identity theft, blackmail, and a lot of other bad stuff. Regardless, it’s still easy to spot a phishing email as well as its links. This is how: The e-mail sender doesn’t refer you by name Hover over links to see the true URL E-mail message content has spelling errors and typos The messages request sensitive information Conclusion In all honesty, staying vigilant is the best way of preventing your Facebook account from getting hacked. And that means you’ll need to instantly take action whenever you notice strange activity on your account. We hope that, through this article, you’ve learned how to secure a Facebook account from hackers.
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