Wifi Attacks And Security Part 1

Friends as I have already announced before that we would be writing on Wifi attacks very soon, The series consists of three parts( May be more depending upon your feedback) and will be covered by John Jeffrey. In the first Part John explains about the very basics of Wifi Attacks and security. Before moving on to the advanced stuff such as WEP and WPA Cracking, You need to have the basic idea of how a wifi connection works.

Wifi stands for Wireless Fidelity, Its a device that performs the functions of a router but also includes the functions of a wireless access point and a network switch.
They are commonly used to allow access to the Internet or a computer networks without the need for a cabled connection. Wifi is commonly used in airports , Offices etc

Spystik - Computer Monitoring Device Review

A Hardware Keylogger is just like a normal USB drive or any other computer peripheral so that the victims can never doubt that it is a keylogger, Hardware keylogger has any inbuilt memory which stores the typed keystrokes, Today we are going to review a very popular hardware keylogger named Snoopstick, Snoopstick is a very popular and efficient keylogger supporting the monitoring of wide variety of services such as IM, Email chat recording etc.

Attacking A Windows XP Machine With SET - Browser Exploitation

Social engineering toolkit is a must have thing for penetration testers, Basically Social Engineering Toolkit a.k.a SET is the combination of all the exploits present in metasploit which are related to social engineering and involve the interaction of the target user. Social Engineering toolkit was created was David Keneddy who is a well known Penetration tester, He is also the the developer of the very famous Fastrack. So In this tutorial I will show you step by step procedure for attacking webbrowsers with Metasploit browser Autopwn, The operating system we would be targeting is windows XP and since we are using a browser autopwn attack we will be targeting all the browsers with potential vulnerabilities.

'Theregister.co.uk' Hacked By TG Hacker

Here is one of the most shocking news of today, One of the biggest News website Theregister.co.uk has been hacked few minutes before from Now, The website was not hacked by any traditional web application attacks like SQL Injection, Remote File Inclusion or local file inclusion, However DNS Hijacking or DNS redirection attack was used.  The website was hacked by Turkguvenligi who is also known as TG hacker and is also responsible for the major website defacements in the pasts including Microsoft, Dell and other big websites.

Rafay Baloch is an Independent security researcher, Internet marketer, Entrepreneur and a SEO consultant, He is the founder of RHA blog and multiple other blogs. Rafay got famous after finding a Remote Code Execution bug inside PayPal for which PayPal awarded him a sum of 10,000$ Read More..

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