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June 21, 2018
By: Ka0sDem0n
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Everyday Hacking: Always Gather Information
By: Jeremiah Johnson @Ka0sDem0n on Cybrary Insider Slack Edited by: Gabrielle Hempel @Gabsmashh on Cybrary Insider Slack   I had the chance to check out an embedded system that I will be providing the hardware and assisting with the installation for. I went to a competitor who is already using the system to see what I could find out from a consumer point of view, and I noticed that I could gather a ton of information just by paying attention to the staff and other patrons. ...
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June 21, 2018
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By: Ashish jha
Hello, wonderful people! This is your friend, Ashish. Today, we’ll hack a Windows 7 machine with a relatively new vulnerability called LNK RCE in Windows. Being a white hat, I have to be in the practice of finding new vulnerabilities but also in the practice of knowing the exploitation of newly discovered vulnerabilities. And that’ ...
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June 20, 2018
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MS Outlook is the world’s largest email client server to operate the Exchange server emails that help to run a business without difficulties. Everyone wants a fully secure data file that can’t be accessed by any third party without permission. To secure the file, they apply password protection to it. In the case of PST files, a PST file is ...
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June 20, 2018
By: Clysm
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Manage Microsoft Endpoint Security with PowerShell
The Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, or SCCM, has seven reports that you can use to help manage your Microsoft Endpoint Protection software. From an Overall Status and History to Top User Threat List, you can usually get what you need. In some cases though, you may have to dig into a few reports, export the data to an Excel sheet, and then start combining this data just to get some basic details. Here, I am going to show you a couple of PowerShell scripts that w ...
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June 19, 2018
By: Mohamed Abdellatif Jaber
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About a Hacker: A walk on the ‘Bad Side’ (Arabic to English)
  قصه عن القراصنه   كان القرصنة جزءا من الحوسبة لمدة 40 عاما ظهرت أول قراصنة الكمبيوتر في معهد ماساتشوستس للتكنولوجيا. بدأ القرصنة في 1960 في معهد (MIT) ماساتشوستس للتكنولوجيا، أصل "القراصنة". الحقيقة القراصنة بين مجتمعاتنا لديها المعرفة     أنواع التهديدات ...
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June 19, 2018
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By: vikash71
  Software Assurance benefits help you make profits from IT investments. They facilitate efficient deployment, use, and management of Microsoft products. One of the Software Assurance benefits is receiving Software Assurance Training Vouchers (SATVs) with the purchase of a Microsoft Volume Licensing Agreement. It is the most valuable of ...
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June 19, 2018
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By: lukaswright
Have you been wondering how to make backups of emails from your email account? Try this amazing email backup application named ZOOK Email Backup Software, which successfully allows you to fix all your issues. It also offers you the ability to create backup emails from 40+ online email service providers. In a short period of time, it allows you ...
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June 17, 2018
By: adityapatel
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PAYLOAD: THE HACKING BEYOND IMAGINATION
In this post, we are discussing a very intersting topic: payload. So what is a PAYLOAD?? What can be done using it?? Well, a payload can be considered to be somewhat similar to a virus. A payload is a set of malicious codes that carry crucial information that can be used to hack any device beyond limits that you can’t imagine. For example, if we are trying to hack any Android device, then with the help of a payload, we can hack software as well as hardware (e.g., If we ...
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