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  1. What Is Software Testing? Benefits And Types Software Testing Software Testing is a method to check whether the actual software product matches expected requirements and to ensure that the software product is Defect free. It involves the execution of software/system components using manual or automated tools to evaluate one or more properties of interest. The purpose of software testing is to identify errors, gaps, or missing requirements in contrast to actual requirements. Some prefer saying Software testing as a White Box and Black Box Testing. In simple terms, Software Testing means the Verification of Application Under Test (AUT). This tutorial introduces testing software to the audience and justifies its importance. Why Software Testing is Important? Software Testing is Important because if there are any bugs or errors in the software, they can be identified early and can be solved before delivery of the software product. Properly tested software product ensures reliability, security, and high performance which further results in time-saving, cost-effectiveness, and customer satisfaction. Testing is important because software bugs could be expensive or even dangerous. Software bugs can potentially cause monetary and human loss, and history is full of such examples. In April 2015, the Bloomberg terminal in London crashed due to a software glitch that affected more than 300,000 traders on financial markets. It forced the government to postpone a 3bn pound debt sale. Nissan cars recalled over 1 million cars from the market due to software failure in the airbag sensory detectors. There has been reported two accident due to this software failure. Starbucks was forced to close about 60 percent of stores in the U.S and Canada due to software failure in its POS system. At one point, the store served coffee for free as they were unable to process the transaction. Some of Amazon's third-party retailers saw their product price is reduced to 1p due to a software glitch. They were left with heavy losses. Vulnerability in Windows 10. This bug enables users to escape from security sandboxes through a flaw in the win32k system. In 2015 fighter plane F-35 fell victim to a software bug, making it unable to detect targets correctly. China Airlines Airbus A300 crashed due to a software bug on April 26, 1994, killing 264 innocents live In 1985, Canada's Therac-25 radiation therapy machine malfunctioned due to a software bug and delivered lethal radiation doses to patients, leaving 3 people dead and critically injuring 3 others. In April of 1999, a software bug caused the failure of a $1.2 billion military satellite launch, the costliest accident in history In May of 1996, a software bug caused the bank accounts of 823 customers of a major U.S. bank to be credited with 920 million US dollars. What are the benefits of Software Testing? Here are the benefits of using software testing: Cost-Effective: It is one of the important advantages of software testing. Testing any IT project on time helps you to save your money for the long term. In case if the bugs caught in the earlier stage of software testing, it costs less to fix. Security: It is the most vulnerable and sensitive benefit of software testing. People are looking for trusted products. It helps in removing risks and problems earlier. Product quality: It is an essential requirement of any software product. Testing ensures a quality product is delivered to customers. Customer Satisfaction: The main aim of any product is to give satisfaction to their customers. UI/UX Testing ensures the best user experience. Types Of Testing Functional Testing Unit Testing Integration Testing Smoke UAT ( User Acceptance Testing) Localization Globalization Interoperability So on Non-Functional TestingPerformance Endurance Load Volume Scalability Usability So on Maintenance Regression Maintenance
  2. Knowing your customers' needs is key to customer satisfaction. Your high-quality products and services will depend on the information you gather about them. Data generation and analysis are essential. In a large business, the benefits of big data analytics are invaluable to making well-informed decisions. Is it possible to use big data analytics to prevent cyber threats? You will learn about What Is Big Data Analytics and How to Prevent Cyber Security Attacks in this article. What Is Big Data Analytics? Big data consists of data in high volumes, variety, and velocity. You deal with customers who produce tons of unstructured and raw data. Today, businesses generate more data than ever using advanced technologies involving Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). Big data analytics enable companies with large amounts of data to analyze it more easily. A big data analytics project entails analyzing data sets to understand and predict behaviors. Companies use analytic techniques and software to interpret large quantities of consumer data that help them to understand their customers, meet their needs, and position themselves strategically. 5 ways that big data analytics can help prevent cyber threats Increasing data generation makes cyber-threats more likely. It is in the interest of cybercriminals to compromise the large amounts of information that big businesses produce. The use of data analytics is creating good cyber defenses, even though we still have a long way to go. We're going to explore some ways big data analytics reduces cybersecurity risks. 1. 1. Predictive Modeling When you observe cyber threat patterns, you can create predictive models that send you alerts whenever an attack occurs at an entry point. Cyber threat patterns emerge by using artificial intelligence and machine learning services. With a real-time defense system, you can limit a cyber threat that extends beyond a network's touchpoint. 1. 2. Automating and monitoring at scale Employee ignorance of cybersecurity practices results in a high rate of cyberattacks in many organizations. Your employees might help attackers gain access to your network if they don't know how to avoid an attack. Furthermore, big data analytics can help your organization foster a cybersecurity culture by continuously tracking employee activity. By limiting the effect of someone's action, your network remains safe. 3. Live detection of intrusions An attacker can bring down a network in one shot. Protect your network from such an attack. You can detect an attack before it reaches the network's entry point by installing intrusion detection systems. Big data analytics enables you to automate this type of process at scale. An intrusion detection system that analyzes data in real-time can reveal details of an attack so you can block it. Then, you can use this information to nullify an attack on the ground instantly. 1. 4.Managing risks intelligently Knowing about potential threats will give you a better defense. Analyzing big data can help you gain insight into the activities within and around your network. A detailed analysis of cyber-security data provides a clear understanding of how attacks originate, allowing you to pinpoint the root cause. 2. 5.Visualizing threats Analytics of such vast data allows you to make more accurate predictions about the activities within your network, enabling you to be proactive about cybersecurity. The use of advanced data analytics can provide insight into cyberattacks that have occurred at an organization. Summary Don't allow cybercriminals to penetrate your network. The most common reason for cyberattacks is human error or network blind spots. A loophole exists or a cybercriminal has taken advantage of you. By using big data analytics, you gain vital insight into your system's operation. And, if anything goes wrong, you'll be able to get a real-time response to rectify the problem. The importance of big data analytics in the digital age is increasing every day.
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    What Is Zero-Day?

    What Is Zero-Day? The term “zero-day” refers to a newly discovered software vulnerability. Because the developer has just learned of the flaw, it also means an official patch or update to fix the issue hasn’t been released. So, “zero-day” refers to the fact that the developers have “zero days” to fix the problem that has just been exposed — and perhaps already exploited by hackers. Once the vulnerability becomes publicly known, the vendor has to work quickly to fix the issue to protect its users. But the software vendor may fail to release a patch before hackers manage to exploit the security hole. That’s known as a zero-day attack.
  4. Software Testing Software Testing is a method to check whether the actual software product matches expected requirements and to ensure that the software product is Defect free. It involves the execution of software/system components using manual or automated tools to evaluate one or more properties of interest. The purpose of software testing is to identify errors, gaps, or missing requirements in contrast to actual requirements. Some prefer saying Software testing as a White Box and Black Box Testing. In simple terms, Software Testing means the Verification of Application Under Test (AUT). This tutorial introduces testing software to the audience and justifies its importance. Why Software Testing is Important? Software Testing is Important because if there are any bugs or errors in the software, they can be identified early and can be solved before delivery of the software product. Properly tested software product ensures reliability, security, and high performance which further results in time-saving, cost-effectiveness, and customer satisfaction. Testing is important because software bugs could be expensive or even dangerous. Software bugs can potentially cause monetary and human loss, and history is full of such examples. In April 2015, the Bloomberg terminal in London crashed due to a software glitch that affected more than 300,000 traders on financial markets. It forced the government to postpone a 3bn pound debt sale. Nissan cars recalled over 1 million cars from the market due to software failure in the airbag sensory detectors. There has been reported two accident due to this software failure. Starbucks was forced to close about 60 percent of stores in the U.S and Canada due to software failure in its POS system. At one point, the store served coffee for free as they were unable to process the transaction. Some of Amazon's third-party retailers saw their product price is reduced to 1p due to a software glitch. They were left with heavy losses. Vulnerability in Windows 10. This bug enables users to escape from security sandboxes through a flaw in the win32k system. In 2015 fighter plane F-35 fell victim to a software bug, making it unable to detect targets correctly. China Airlines Airbus A300 crashed due to a software bug on April 26, 1994, killing 264 innocents live In 1985, Canada's Therac-25 radiation therapy machine malfunctioned due to a software bug and delivered lethal radiation doses to patients, leaving 3 people dead and critically injuring 3 others. In April of 1999, a software bug caused the failure of a $1.2 billion military satellite launch, the costliest accident in history In May of 1996, a software bug caused the bank accounts of 823 customers of a major U.S. bank to be credited with 920 million US dollars. What are the benefits of Software Testing? Here are the benefits of using software testing: Cost-Effective: It is one of the important advantages of software testing. Testing any IT project on time helps you to save your money for the long term. In case if the bugs caught in the earlier stage of software testing, it costs less to fix. Security: It is the most vulnerable and sensitive benefit of software testing. People are looking for trusted products. It helps in removing risks and problems earlier. Product quality: It is an essential requirement of any software product. Testing ensures a quality product is delivered to customers. Customer Satisfaction: The main aim of any product is to give satisfaction to their customers. UI/UX Testing ensures the best user experience. Types Of Testing Functional Testing Unit Testing Integration Testing Smoke UAT ( User Acceptance Testing) Globalization Interoperability So on Non-Functional TestingPerformance Endurance Load Volume Scalability Usability So on Maintenance Regression Maintenance
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    What is password cracking ?

    What is password cracking ? - Password cracking is the process of using an application program to identify an unknown or forgotten password to a computer or network resource. It can also be used to help a threat actor obtain unauthorized access to resources. - With the information malicious actors gain using password cracking, they can undertake a range of criminal activities. Those include stealing banking credentials or using the information for identity theft and fraud. - A password cracker recovers passwords using various techniques. The process can involve comparing a list of words to guess passwords or the use of an algorithm to repeatedly guess the password.
  6. RDP Servers? Before Going to RDP servers we will learn that what is RDP and what's use it. After that, we will learn what are the RDP servers and will discuss some RDP/ VPS service providers. What is RDP? RDP stands for Remote desktop protocol. Remote Desktop Protocol owns by Microsoft, you may also notice a software called Remote Desktop Connection on your Windows computer. RDP allows user to remotely control or connect to an RDP Server enabled Computer through the internet or Local networks. Remote Desktop Protocol allows remote users to control the other windows pc which is situated in other location and its so cool to have an RDP server for your self I will talk about it later. Remote Desktop Protocol is Only For Windows, by RDP you can only connect to a Windows RDP server, and also not all windows version supports RDP sever establish, only some of windows server version supports it. So Basically, RDP is for transmitting the remote server's monitor/screen to the Client User and the Client User's keyboard and mouse to the remote server, by this client user have full control of the RDP server. What is an RDP Server? For the shake of simplicity, The RDP Server is a windows machine that has installed the necessary components to share the control of that machine to an RDP remote user or an RDP client User. let's understand with a basic example, suppose you have a Windows PC in which you installed necessary components (RDS etc.) to share its control with another user, in this case, your pc is an RDP server. What is a client? The client are you. Yes! a client is who controls the remote servers using and RDP client software. You can connect to an RDP server from windows, macOS, IOs, android cause Microsoft officially provides RDP client apps for all of the above platforms. You can also connect to an RDP server using Linux or other platform but using third party solutions or applications. Requirements to connect to an RDP Server There are no special requirements to establish a connection between the RDP server and your Device, you just need an RDP server IP address with a port and an RDP client on your device. For android, you can find the Official RD client app of Microsoft in google play store and for windows, you can use preinstalled software the Remote Desktop Connection. How To Get an RDP Server For Yourself Cause of the Extreme Popularity of RDP/VPS at present, there are lots of RDP/VPS providers on the internet. Some are costly and some are very cheap. If you want to take a trial you can use Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure for testing and experience the RDP server. AWS 1 year - aws.amazon.com/free Azure 100$ Credit - azure.microsoft.com/en-us/free/students/ What The Use OF RDP? I think after reading the above lines you should know why to use RDP/VPS, but if you don't know then let me explain to you the advantage of it. First read the above paragraphs about RDP, RDP servers, RDP Client carefully. I hope Now you understood what RDP and how it works, now you know that we can establish a connection to a Windows RDP server using RDP client software which is available for android, ios and macOS, so it's clear here that you can control a windows machine which has a good amount of ram, high processing power by just your smartphone, isn't it cool? it's super cool to control a high-end computer using your Low-end device. You can use it if you haven't a Computer, you can use it for anonymous reasons, and for privacy reasons of for doing some anonymous activity which you don't want to do on your PC and your local network. And One More Thing I use RDPs for High-Speed & Unlimited internet(up to 5gp/ps) and as a hosting.
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    What can be done with an IP address?

    What can be done with an IP address? What can be done with an IP address? a simple question but the answer is not so simple. Some of you may already known about IP addresses. An IP address are like your internet address, every device which is connected to internet or computer network have a unique IP address, such as your mobile phone, computer, printer and many more which is connected to internet or a computer network has unique IP address. IP addresses written in a human readable form such as 172.54.256.1, i will not go deep about ip addresses in this article. you can learn more about IP addresses from wikipedia. In This article you will learn that what can be done with an IP address of a smartphone or device, you will learn that how a simple numerical digit can help unethical hackers and how to protect from this. How To Find Your IP address It is very easy to find your IP address, just open google and search for "my IP address", in the result page you can see your IP address easily. If you don't want to use google then you can just see your IP address by opening myip.com in browser. What can be done with an IP address? IP address are like your address, its just a number but it can give many use full information about the device, location, ISP, and many more. Your IP address can be used by many websites, apps, webapps, to identify you and to give best experience. But IP addresses also can be used by hackers to give you worst experience, ya in this post you will get information about how hackers can find & use your IP address. How can someone get your IP address? IP address contains valuable information about you, your identity, and your device, so hackers can use it for malicious purpose. There are many ways people can get your IP address easily. Here are most common ways that used for finding someones IP address. From A Link This is very easy way to find someones IP address easily. Hackers can send you a link through social media, email, message, that tracks IP addresses, when you will click on that link hacker will get your IP address instantly. There are most of sites in internet who provides these service of creating a link to capture someones IP address. By Sending an Email When you send a email or reply a email to someone then the receiver can see your IP address by checking the header of message. Header of the message can contain IP address , some email services like yahoo, Microsoft outlook know to include IP address in header of a email. Using Torrent files When you use a torrent to download a file then the every member of swarm(total seeders and lechers) can see your IP address easily by accessing the list of peers. By Using Your Device If someone borrow your smartphone, PC for use then they can check your IP address easily by searching on google as i told you above in this post. These are the common possible ways can be used by someone to find your IP address without knowing you. What can hackers do with your IP address IP addresses can be used in many ways to fin information about you, here are some possible things someone can do with your IP address. People Can Find Your Location By finding your IP address someone can find your location in seconds. There are many free websites in the internet that can track a IP address and reveal sensitive info about you for free, its funny but its true. Hacker can get your current city location easily by your IP address and also hacker can sell this info to other criminals they can rude your Privacy Anyone can get your ISP information Using IP address people can get information about your internet service provider or sim card easily. But by IP address they can not see your phone number. Hackers can hack your device Hackers can brute force your IP address with different ports, internet uses ports to connect. Hackers can perform a brute force on your IP address with different ports and can gain access to your device.After hacking your device they can easily steal your valuable, private information, and it can be very dangerous for you. Someone can try to impersonate you IP address can reveal your location, ISP details and many other info. A criminal can use these information to impersonate you. Hackers can perform vishing attacks. Cyber criminals can use to do crime Hackers use hacked IP address to do illegal works, such as downloading illegal files, breaking securities, and many other crimes that can be dangerous for national security. Using your hacked IP address cyber criminals can frame you for illegal activity. How To Protect Yourself You should always protect your online identity, Hyperactive online users are more vulnerable. Here are some ways to protect your IP address and device from being hacked Use a VPN VPN is best way to protect your real ip address easily. VPN apps and software are available for free in app stores. Most free VPN like proton vpn, express vpn, are good for use. If you want high security then you should use a good paid vpn such as Nord VPN. Avoid clicking on Anonymous Links Don't click on links that are send you by any anonymous person. Use VPN to click on such a link that are specious and sent you anonymously. Don't reply unknown emails Sometime we get unknown emails from different email addresses, you should not reply these emails and also don't click on any link that are embedded there. Just mark them as SPAM. Update Your Router settings Hackers can access WiFi routers easily so you should not use default settings for the routers. Change password of your router every week. Use strong and long password for your router. If it is your home/private router then always make it password protected. Always update router and computer firewall. Use Strong Privacy Settings Use strong privacy settings for your social media accounts. Don't accept online calls from unknown persons on any instant messaging platform such as skype, messenger. Hackers can retrieve your IP address using Skype. Better to use VPN. Conclusion Your Privacy in your hand cyber criminals can target your device any time, protect yourself by applying above methods. Use VPN for better protection. Read more tutorials about Cyber Security in this site. Share this article with your friends. Protect your IP address and yourself.
  8. In modern times as data becomes more secure with encryption, there are certain attacks that you may not be aware of. One specific type of attack is called a side-channel attack. What is a side-channel attack? Side-channel attacks rely on measuring tendencies and frequencies of your computer to establish patterns that can extract private information from your machine. Side-channel attacks or SCA, monitor your power use and electromagnetic emissions during cryptographic operations. Due to the low cost and simplicity of these attacks, multiple side-channel techniques can be used. Here is a list of the different techniques: Cache Attack — Monitor your cache accesses in a shared physical system. Commonly found in virtualized environment or a type of cloud service. Timing Attack — Monitor the time of computations and establishing patterns. Power-Monitoring Attack — Monitor the power consumption by the hardware during computation. Electromagnetic Attack — Based on leaked electromagnetic radiation, which can directly provide plain texts and other information. Such measurements can be used to infer cryptographic keys using techniques equivalent to those in power analysis or can be used in non-cryptographic attacks. Acoustic Cryptanalysis — Exploits sound produced during a computation (rather like power analysis). Differential Fault Analysis — Secrets are discovered by introducing faults in a computation. Data Remanence — Sensitive data are read after supposedly having been deleted. Software-Initiated Fault Attacks — Currently a rare class of side-channels, row hammer is an example in which off-limits memory can be changed by accessing adjacent memory too often (causing state retention loss). Optical - Secrets and sensitive data can be read by visual recording using a high resolution camera, or other devices that have such capabilities (see examples below). Countermeasures Different ways to help prevent these attacks have been introduced but not widely implemented. A few ways to try to prevent these attacks are: Eliminating the release of private information or making sure this information is unrelated to your private data. Power line conditioning and filtering to deter power-monitoring attacks as well as emitting a channel with noise. Blinding technique that serves to alter the algorithm’s input into some unpredictable state rendering some or all of the leakage of useful information. Once your keys are established, hackers could gain access to your data and could increase your chances of corruption or removal. Side-channel and other types of cyberattacks are one of the key reasons you should always have redundant backups running using a service like Jungle Disk and another form of backup such as an external hard drive or network attached storage device.
  9. Everything you need to know to understand what an API is What you'll learn What is an API Difference between API & Webservice HTTP Basics Difference between XML & JSON How to create a mock API How to test APIs using Postman Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 18m total length Requirements English knowledge PC or Laptop Internet Connection Description Hello In this course we will explain what an API is. API is the acronym for Application Programming Interface, which is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. Each time you use an app like Facebook, send an instant message, or check the weather on your phone, you’re using an API. What exactly is an API? Finally learn for yourself in this helpful video from MuleSoft, the API experts. When you use an application on your mobile phone, the application connects to the Internet and sends data to a server. The server then retrieves that data, interprets it, performs the necessary actions and sends it back to your phone. The application then interprets that data and presents you with the information you wanted in a readable way. This is what an API is - all of this happens via API. To explain this better, let us take a familiar example. Imagine you’re sitting at a table in a restaurant with a menu of choices to order from. The kitchen is the part of the “system” that will prepare your order. What is missing is the critical link to communicate your order to the kitchen and deliver your food back to your table. That’s where the waiter or API comes in. The waiter is the messenger – or API – that takes your request or order and tells the kitchen – the system – what to do. Then the waiter delivers the response back to you; in this case, it is the food. Here is a real-life API example. You may be familiar with the process of searching flights online. Just like the restaurant, you have a variety of options to choose from, including different cities, departure and return dates, and more. Let us imagine that you’re booking you are flight on an airline website. You choose a departure city and date, a return city and date, cabin class, as well as other variables. In order to book your flight, you interact with the airline’s website to access their database and see if any seats are available on those dates and what the costs might be. However, what if you are not using the airline’s website––a channel that has direct access to the information? What if you are using an online travel service, such as Kayak or Expedia, which aggregates information from a number of airline databases? The travel service, in this case, interacts with the airline’s API. The API is the interface that, like your helpful waiter, can be asked by that online travel service to get information from the airline’s database to book seats, baggage options, etc. The API then takes the airline’s response to your request and delivers it right back to the online travel service, which then shows you the most updated, relevant information. Who this course is for: Software Engineers Software Developers Software Testers CS Students [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Side Channel Attacks: What They Are and How to Prevent Them In modern times as data becomes more secure with encryption, there are certain attacks that you may not be aware of. One specific type of attack is called a side-channel attack. What is a side-channel attack? Side-channel attacks rely on measuring tendencies and frequencies of your computer to establish patterns that can extract private information from your machine. Side-channel attacks or SCA, monitor your power use and electromagnetic emissions during cryptographic operations. Due to the low cost and simplicity of these attacks, multiple side-channel techniques can be used. Here is a list of the different techniques: Cache Attack — Monitor your cache accesses in a shared physical system. Commonly found in virtualized environment or a type of cloud service. Timing Attack — Monitor the time of computations and establishing patterns. Power-Monitoring Attack — Monitor the power consumption by the hardware during computation. Electromagnetic Attack — Based on leaked electromagnetic radiation, which can directly provide plain texts and other information. Such measurements can be used to infer cryptographic keys using techniques equivalent to those in power analysis or can be used in non-cryptographic attacks. Acoustic Cryptanalysis — Exploits sound produced during a computation (rather like power analysis). Differential Fault Analysis — Secrets are discovered by introducing faults in a computation. Data Remanence — Sensitive data are read after supposedly having been deleted. Software-Initiated Fault Attacks — Currently a rare class of side-channels, row hammer is an example in which off-limits memory can be changed by accessing adjacent memory too often (causing state retention loss). Optical - Secrets and sensitive data can be read by visual recording using a high resolution camera, or other devices that have such capabilities (see examples below). Countermeasures Different ways to help prevent these attacks have been introduced but not widely implemented. A few ways to try to prevent these attacks are: Eliminating the release of private information or making sure this information is unrelated to your private data. Power line conditioning and filtering to deter power-monitoring attacks as well as emitting a channel with noise. Blinding technique that serves to alter the algorithm’s input into some unpredictable state rendering some or all of the leakage of useful information. Once your keys are established, hackers could gain access to your data and could increase your chances of corruption or removal. Side-channel and other types of cyberattacks are one of the key reasons you should always have redundant backups running using a service like Jungle Disk and another form of backup such as an external hard drive or network attached storage device.
  11. What is Cybercrime? Cybercrime is defined as an unlawful action against any person using a computer, its systems, and its online or offline applications. It occurs when information technology is used to commit or cover an offense. However, the act is only considered Cybercrime if it is intentional and not accidental. YouTube Video : [Hidden Content] Example of Cybercrime Here, are some most commonly occurring Cybercrimes: The fraud did by manipulating computer network Unauthorized access to or modification of data or application Intellectual property theft that includes software piracy Industrial spying and access to or theft of computer materials Writing or spreading computer viruses or malware Digitally distributing child pornography Cybercrime Attack Types Cybercrime can attack in various ways. Here, is some most common cybercrime attack mode: Hacking: It is an act of gaining unauthorized access to a computer system or network. Denial Of Service Attack: In this cyberattack, the cyber-criminal uses the bandwidth of the victim's network or fills their e-mail box with spammy mail. Here, the intention is to disrupt their regular services. Software Piracy: Theft of software by illegally copying genuine programs or counterfeiting. It also includes the distribution of products intended to pass for the original. Phishing: Pishing is a technique of extracting confidential information from the bank/financial institutional account holders by illegal ways. Spoofing: It is an act of getting one computer system or a network to pretend to have the identity of another computer. It is mostly used to get access to exclusive privileges enjoyed by that network or computer. Cyber Crime Tools There are many types of Digital forensic tools Kali Linux: Kali Linux is an open-source software that is maintained and funded by Offensive Security. It is a specially designed program for digital forensics and penetration testing. Ophcrack: This tool is mainly used for cracking the hashes, which are generated by the same files of windows. It offers a secure GUI system and allows you to runs on multiple platforms. EnCase: This software allows an investigator to image and examine data from hard disks and removable disks. SafeBack: SafeBack is mainly using for imaging the hard disks of Intel-based computer systems and restoring these images to some other hard disks. Data dumper: This is a command-line computer forensic tool. It is freely available for the UNIX Operating system, which can make exact copies of disks suitable for digital forensic analysis. Md5sum: A tool to check helps you to check data is copied to another storage successfully or not. Summary: Cybercrime is an unlawful action against any person using a computer, its systems, and its online or offline applications. The fraud did by manipulating computer network is an example of Cybercrime Various types of Cyber crime attack modes are 1) Hacking 2) Denial Of Service Attack 3) Software Piracy 4) Phishing 5) Spoofing. Some important tool use for preventing cyber attack are 1)Kali Linux, 2) Ophcrack, 3) EnCase, 4) SafeBack, 5) Data Dumber Kali Linux is an open-source software that is maintained and funded by Offensive Security. Ophcrack is a tool that is mainly used for cracking the hashes, which are generated by the same files of windows. EnCase tool allows an investigator to image and examine data from hard disks and removable disks SafeBack is mainly using for imaging the hard disks of Intel-based computer systems and restoring these images to some other hard disks. Data dumper is a command-line computer forensic tool. Md5sum is a helps you to check data is copied to another storage successfully or not.
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    what is going on ?

    I have a quick question. Datasense is down, Infinityblack is down, c.to removed whole cracking section, nulled is not accesable at this time... People are talking about FBI and what not. My question is WTF is going on ? If you have some info pls share edit:Nulled back online
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    What is BurpSuite?

    What is BurpSuite? Burp Suite Is An Integrated Platform For Performing Security Testing Of Web Applications. Its Various Tools Work Seamlessly Together To Support The Entire Testing Process, From Initial Mapping And Analysis Of An Application’s Attack Surface, Through To Finding And Exploiting Security Vulnerabilities. Download Cracked Tool:
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    What is juice jacking?

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  15. As topic stated that ned to know free or paid crypters or manualyy wor automated ways to crypt native language exe for bypassing AVs Thanks in ADVANCED...
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    What Is The Dark Web?

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    What is Doxing?

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    What is cross-site scripting?

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    What is Emotet?

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    What is Password Cracking?

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    What Is the DDoS Protection Bootcamp?

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    ​What is penetration testing

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    What Is a Front-End Developer?

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