With "The Perfect Guide to Hacking for Beginners" you'll learn everything you need to understand in order to enter the world of hacking. It provides a complete description of hacking, and their consequences on the internet users. You'll learn about the prerequisites for hacking, the various types of hackers involved, and the various hacking attacks used by hackers: • Spoofing Techniques • Mobile Hacking • Denial of Service • SQL Injection • Spam and Trojan Horse • Hacking Tools If you are looking to venture into the world of hacking, this book will teach you the information you must know. When you download this hacking guide for beginners, you'll discover how to acquire Many Powerful Hacking Tools. You'll also learn about Malware and Common Attacks And Viruses, identity theft, how to protect yourself, how hackers profit from this information, how to hack an email password, spoofing techniques, mobile hacking, and spam and you''ll even learn how to fight viruses and choose the right antivirus software for your system!
Denial of Service (DoS) and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) are among the most common threats to IT security. As it does not require advanced resources, such attacks can be carried out by private individuals as well as organized groups, so-called “hacktivists”. This book gives an overview and detailed description of the different kinds of attacks commonly used by hackers and it shows the challenges for IT security experts. In a practical application exercise, a DoS attack simulation is created by running the tool Low Orbit Ion Canon (LOIC) on the attacker side and a victim running an Apache 2 server. A Wireshark network utility tool is used to capture and analyze the difference between the traffic sent from the LOIC client and the normal user. In addition, to simulate a DDoS attack, a MeTuS Delphi 2.8 tool is used to create the botnet. The configurations required to run the MeTuS Delphi tool such as PortForwarding and setting up a Dynamic DNS Update Client are shown in detail. A SSYN attack is also carried out by using the tool itself. Finally, the different mitigation techniques such as Iptables, ModSecurity, and Mod Evasive are discussed and shown in practice.
The book “How To Hack Gmail?” consists of the tricks & methods used by hacker’s all around the world to hack any Gmail account. Please don’t use this book for any bad purpose for Hacking others Gmail account (or) so on but use it only to protect your account from hacker’s!
The author of the book is not responsible for anything you do against law with the help of this book!
The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing, 2nd Ed. serves as an introduction to the steps required to complete a penetration test or perform an ethical hack from beginning to end. No prior hacking experience is needed. You will learn how to properly utilize and interpret the results of modern day hacking tools, which are required to complete a penetration test. Tool coverage includes Backtrack and Kali Linux, Google reconnaissance, MetaGooFil, DNS interrogation, Nmap, Nessus, Metasploit, the Social Engineer Toolkit (SET) , w3af, Netcat, post exploitation tactics, the Hacker Defender rootkit, and more. The book provides a simple and clean explanation of how to effectively utilize the tools and introduces a four-step methodology for conducting a penetration test or hack. You will be provided with the know-how required to jump start your career or gain a better understanding of offensive security. The book walks through each of the steps and tools in a structured, orderly manner, allowing readers to understand how the output from each tool can be fully utilized in the subsequent phases of the penetration test. This process allows readers to clearly see how the tools and phases function and relate.
·The second edition includes updated information covering Kali Linux as well as focusing on the seminal tools required to complete a penetration test New tools added including the Social Engineer Toolkit, Meterpreter, w3af and more!Each chapter contains hands-on examples and exercises that are designed to teach you how to interpret the results and utilize those results in later phasesWritten by an author who works in the field as a Penetration Tester and who teaches Offensive Security, Penetration Testing, and Ethical Hacking, and Exploitation classes at Dakota State University
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“The revolution will be Twittered!” declared journalist Andrew Sullivan after protests erupted in Iran. But as journalist and social commentator Evgeny Morozov argues in The Net Delusion, the Internet is a tool that both revolutionaries and authoritarian governments can use. For all of the talk in the West about the power of the Internet to democratize societies, regimes in Iran and China are as stable and repressive as ever. Social media sites have been used there to entrench dictators and threaten dissidents, making it harder—not easier—to promote democracy.
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