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November 6, 2018
By: Ace
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Exploiting Vulnerabilities of Windows 2000 Server using NMAP, Nessus and Metasploit
Using NMAP to identify OS and services on the vulnerable machine (Windows 2000 server) Nmap is a free and open source for network discovery and security auditing. Firstly we have to setup the virtual environments of vulnerable machine (Windows 2000) and kali Linux on the VM virtual box. And we have to set their IP’s as in a same network range. Once open kali terminal, nmap –sV -O 192.168.56.99 (IP of the Windows 2000 machine) this will give us a report of version of ea ...
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October 24, 2018
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By: kumarsandeep43
MS Outlook Shows Error Message Internal Error Code= 0000000E MS Outlook has two types of data files OST and PST. While PST is stored online on server the OST or (Offline Storage Table) is stored on the local computer which is a replica of PST. Both are important for smooth functioning of MS Outlook. Problem in OST can harm PST file too at tim ...
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October 23, 2018
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By: masjter_ZA
“Terminal commands” Terminal commands: Command Line Interface What is a command? A command is a software program that when executed on the CLI (command line interface) in the terminal, performs an action on the computer. When you type in a command, a process is run by the operating system that can read input, manipulate data and ...
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October 23, 2018
By: cynosurekp
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Disinformation is a Cyber Security Threat
It’s just Fake News… If you are a person who follows news from social media as most people do, you are exposed to a daily dose of Fake News. Fake News, misinformation, junk, deliberately distributed deception and (the newest addition) “fake memes” are various names given to contrived material that is presented to be factually accurate. With the advent of monetizing traffic through ad clicks, spammers have created social sites and social media profiles to crea ...
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October 11, 2018
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The Most Important Coverage on your Cyber Liability Insurance Policy
Content originally published on my Medium blog. Cyber Liability insurance is often referred to as the Wild Wild West of insurance, mainly because the forms and coverages differ so greatly from one to the next. It’s incredibly difficult for owners and c-level executives to differentiate one policy from the next and frequently their broker isn’t much help. I could bore you with all of the important items to look for in a cyber policy but instead prefer to focus on the two ...
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October 11, 2018
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By: abrockwa
Authored in partnership with Raj Dhaliwal, Juris Doctor. Introduction While studying for the Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK), offered by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), one of the main domains of focus is “Legal Issues: Contracts and Electronic Discovery,” which includes international law and breach disclosure laws. The ...
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October 11, 2018
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By: Zubair Ansari
Top 5 Industries where computers are used, and how they can be infected. Airports (Flight) Computers are commonly used in an airport for various purpose as like as to approve visas and tickets, an arrangement of an airplane, passengers, passenger’s security and others, etc. Disadvantage: A computer isn’t the complete system, means it ca ...
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October 11, 2018
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The Key to a Truly Secure Password
Passwords are important – Duh. They are one of the most important aspects of keeping your information secure. Whether personalized or randomized, they are something unique to you, and should not be easily guessed. The key to a great password is being random. You want something random and made up of all sorts of numbers, letters and symbols. Generally, the longer, the better. I personally recommend the site RandomKeygen.com, which allows you to generate random passwords ...
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