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Generalized Exploit Techniques

Generalized Exploit Techniques are the Off-by-one blunders and disgraceful Unicode extensions that are for the most part botches that can be difficult to see at the time. However, they are incredibly clear to any developer in insight into the past. Be that as it may, there are some basic Generalized Exploit Techniques slip-ups that can be abused in ways that aren’t so self-evident. The effect of these slip-ups on security isn’t continuously clear, and these security issues are found in code all around. Also Read: What is Packer BasicsWhat is System Hacking and its Goals Since a similar sort of…

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Offline Attacks

Offline attacks are performed from an area other than the real PC where passwords live or were utilized. Offline attacks more often than not require physical access to the PC and duplicating the secret key document from the framework onto removable media. The programmer at that point takes the record to another PC to play out the splitting. A few sorts of disconnected secret key assaults exist. An offline dictionary attack is the most straightforward and fastest sort of assault. How to Utilize lexicon record Offline Attacks are utilized to recognize a watchword that is a real word, which can be…

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IP spoofing

IP spoofing refers to connection hijacking through a fake Internet Protocol (IP) address with a false source IP address, for the purpose of hiding the identity of the sender or impersonating another computing system. When a computer outside of your network pretends to be a trusted computer within the network, then, this action by the attacker is called IP Spoofing. IP spoofing is also known as IP address forgery or a host file hijack. IP Spoofing involves modifying the packet header with a forged (spoofed) source IP address. A hacker must first use a variety of techniques to find an IP…

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5G

The next great jump in mobile broadband will be fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks. Remote precision medicine, connected autos, virtual and augmented reality, and a wide range of internet of things (IoT) applications will all be possible at peak download speeds of up to 20 gigabits per second. In the recent report for 2022, 683 numbers of 5G and LTE got into action. To meet the increased demand for high-speed mobile internet, resilient 5G networks will be required across the country. While some researchers and analysts believe that the existing 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology is sufficient for most IoT use cases.…

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Malware

Malware is known as Malicious software or any program that conveys harm to a PC framework. It can be worms, infections, trojans, spyware, adware, rootkits, ransomware, and so on. It steals protected data information, erases records, or adds programs not approved by a user. It was initially made as experiments and pranks however eventually prompted vandalism and destruction of targeted machines. Today, quite a bit of Malwares is made for benefits through advertising promoting (adware), taking delicate data (spyware), spreading email spam or child pornography (zombie PCs), or coercing cash (ransomware). Different elements can make PCs more powerless against malware…

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Antispyware

Antispyware is a type of software that is designed to detect and remove unwanted spyware programs that gathers user information through the user’s Internet connection without his or her knowledge, usually for advertising purposes. Antispyware tends to focus on less of the “delete your entire hard disk” types of malicious software, and more on the “this will steal your personal information” stuff, including the less overtly evil stuff that I mentioned before. If you are a person that downloads things quite frequently, even from a secure source, then you might still want anti-spyware. Antispyware has different uses than Anti-Virus. Spyware…

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web-application

Web application provides an interface between the web server and the client to communicate through a set of web pages generated at the server end or that contain script code to be executed dynamically within the client Web browser. The term Web app may also mean a computer software application that is coded in a browser-supported programming language (such as JavaScript, combined with a browser-rendered markup language like HTML) and reliant on a common web browser to render the application executable. The data is passed between client and server in the form of HTML pages through HTTP protocol. To hack…

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sidejacking

Sidejacking attack or session hijacking is the process of stealing someone’s access to a website with a remote service by intercepting and using the credentials that identified the user/victim to that specific server. Usually, sidejacking attacks are performed through accounts where the user types in their username and password. Session sidejacking is a type of security threat in which an attacker hijacks a session by intercepting and reading network traffic between two parties to steal the session cookie. The attacker can now make use of your cookie to impersonate your account and can do everything a user can do when logged…

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OS Fingerprinting

OS Fingerprinting in Ethical Hacking refers to any method used to determine what operating system is running on a remote computer. By analyzing certain protocol flags, options, and data in the packets a device sends onto the network, we can make relatively accurate guesses about the OS that sent those packets. By pinpointing the exact OS of a host, an attacker can launch a precise attack against a target machine. In a world of buffer overflows, knowing the exact flavor and architecture of an OS could be all the opportunity an attacker needs OS fingerprinting Techniques 1. Active fingerprinting Active…

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Network Enumeration

Network Enumeration is defined as a process by which gathering information about a target network. Network Enumeration is used by an attacker to establish an active connection with the victim and try to discover as much data by which a hacker (or cracker) can gain access to a computer or network server in order to deliver a payload or malicious outcome which can be used to exploit the systems further. Enumeration tools scan ports to gather information. The next stage of enumeration is to fingerprint the operating system. All of these are done for the purpose of looking more closely at…

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NTP enumeration

The NTP enumeration is a protocol for synchronizing time across your network, this is especially important when utilizing Directory Services. It can be implemented in various models like client-server and peer-to-peer. The current version of NTP is ntpv4 and uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and port number 123. In a client-server model, the client sends a packet mode 4 to the server and the server responds back with a packet mode 3 and provides synchronization to them. Also Read: Hacking TerminologiesWhat is peer-to-peer Network(P2P)What is Scanning and Its CountermeasuresWhat is Web Server and How do Web Server Works There…

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