Название: Your System's Sweetspots: CEO's Advice on Basic Cyber Security Автор: Warren H. Lau Издательство: INPress International Год: 2023 Страниц: 188 Язык: английский Формат: pdf, epub, mobi Размер: 10.2 MB
Computer Systems Nowadays have become more sophisticated, more convenient to use, however, the convenience comes in a price. The system nowadays are more vulnerable to cyber attacks! What to do if your computer/ smartphone/ website server is compromised? What to do if your email account is PWNed? Or, if your friends, relatives or employers face the above problem, what would you do to help them? In this book, you will learn about the most recent hackers tricks, most prevalent form of cyberattacks that personal computers and website managers nowadays have to deal with.
One of the best things you can do in business is to pre-test the security of all your interacting objects - websites, mobile applications, networks, etc. Complying with the law is just as important as protecting your systems and networks from criminal hacker attacks. Ethical hackers and penetration testers can secure potential entry points, make sure all systems and applications are password protected, and secure network infrastructure with a firewall. Experienced hackers can often break into a system with complex lines of code to steal data, cause damage, or provide the hacker with an alternative entry point. An attacker can use various tools and methods to gain access and gain access to the system. The next step in hacking is when an attacker uses every means to gain unauthorized access to targeted systems, applications, or networks.
During the scan, the hacker continuously uses the target system, launches DDoS attacks, uses the captured system as a springboard, or steals the entire database. Ethical hackers or penetration testers can use scanning to scan an organization's entire infrastructure for malicious activity and find the root cause to prevent systems from being exploited. The purpose of this step is to test whether the target's vulnerabilities can be exploited to gain a permanent presence on the production system long enough for an attacker to gain deep access. Testers then try to exploit these vulnerabilities—usually through privilege escalation, data theft, traffic eavesdropping, and so on—to see what damage they can cause. Attack vectors allow hackers to exploit system vulnerabilities, including human error. Often, red hat hackers deploy cyberattacks on intruder systems.
White hat hackers, commonly known as ethical hackers, are often hired by companies and government agencies to test security vulnerabilities. They apply cybersecurity techniques, commonly known as penetration testing and deep vulnerability assessments, to make sure security systems work. Many professional hackers use their skills to identify security holes in corporate systems and then advise where companies need to beef up their defenses to keep attackers out.
Introduction to Your System's Sweetspots Introduction to CEO's Advice on Computer Science Preface - The Best Way to Protect Your System is to Think Like a Hacker Part One: Cyber Security for Personal Computers Make Use of Windows Defender Wisely Firewall Settings for Windows Do Not Keep Your Browsing Histories and Cookies Internet Browser Security Settings The Built-in Remote Access Function of Windows Shared Experience Settings Blue Tooth Settings All Measures to Prevent Backdoors Connections of Windows Hackers Attack You with Your IP Address! Change Your Computer Name and IP Address Often To Dodge Attacks How to Hide Your Computer From Internet Stop USB Autorun/ Autoplay Function Device Security: Core Isolation How to Encrypt Files in Your Computer Cyber Security for Mac Computers How Can Mac Computer Users Protect Themselves from Cyber Attacks How To Check If Your Computer Has Become a Botnet How to Tell If Your Computer is Infected with Rootkit Part Two: The Fastest Way a Hacker Hacks into Your System CMS How do Hackers PWN Their Victims How to Protect Website CMS Link How to Protect Your Login Information Part Three: Even If Your CMS Link is Protected, They Still Have Their Trump Cards MySQL Injection Embedding a Backdoor To Your System Open Source Vulnerability DOM Based Cross Site Scripting Part Four: Passwords, Login Names ...... Piece of Cake! Usual Tricks for Hackers to Crack Your Password The Dark Web (Where Breached Data are sold) Part Five: The Solutions How to Prevent MySQL Injection and Backdoor Injection with Better Coding Practice Better Protection of Login and Password Information How to Prevent Cross Site Scripting Encryption Basics
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