About Ethical Hacking
Ethical hacking refers to the act of locating weaknesses and vulnerabilities in computer and information systems by duplicating the intent and actions of malicious hackers. Ethical hacking is also known as penetration testing, intrusion testing, or red teaming. An ethical hacker is a security professional who applies their hacking skills for defensive purposes on behalf of the owners of information systems. By conducting penetration tests, an ethical hacker looks to answer the following four basic questions
- What information/locations/systems can an attacker gain access to?
- What can an attacker see on the target?
- What can an attacker do with available information?
- Does anyone at the target system notice the attempts?
An ethical hacker operates with the knowledge and permission of the organization for which they are trying to defend. In some cases, the organization will neglect to inform their information security team of the activities that will be carried out by an ethical hacker in an attempt to test the effectiveness of the information security team.
● Introduction to Hacking
● Types of Hackers.
● What is Ethical Hacking?
● Fake calling
● Windows Hacking
● DOS Attack
● ARP Poising
● Coin & Cable
● Spam Email
● Find your lost device with GOOGLE
● Trojan Attacks
● Wireless Hacking
● Penetration Testing
● Automatically Lock your Device & Make Calls with GOOGLE.