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25 Nov 2016
You operate a number of online accounts in your internet life. As time proceeds, you even forget their names. Deseat.me is a website where you can delete all the online accounts associated with your Google account. Sometimes, you feel the need of committing a digital suicide i.e. deleting yourself from the internet. For instance, before shifting...
18 Nov 2016
Kali Linux commands cheat sheet. All basic commands from A to Z in Kali Linux has been listed below. A apropos : Search Help manual pages (man -k) apt-get : Search for and install software packages (Debian/Ubuntu) aptitude : Search for and install software packages (Debian/Ubuntu) aspell : Spell Checker awk : Find and Replace...
15 Nov 2016
Very often we share login credentials of our Windows PCs with others, just to let them access it for a limited period of time or due to some other unavoidable reason–and forget to change the password. Without a doubt, it’s a very poor security practice. This also makes us wonder how can we know if...
01 Nov 2016
Linux is quite possibly the only open-source project that has managed to change the world at a very large scale. It is on your phones as Android, it is on the millions of servers that run the internet itself and also it is even on your home router. Hence a source used by millions can be...
20 Oct 2016
India is undergoing the biggest data breaches to date with as many as 3.2 Million debit card details reportedly stolen from multiple banks and financial platforms. The massive financial breach has hit India’s biggest banks including State Bank of India (SBI), HDFC Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI Bank and Axis, and customers are advised to change their...
11 Oct 2016
Not all security breaches happen because of malicious intent. Some of the most common security issues are caused by bad habits ingrained in employees’ day-to-day routines. Thankfully, these potential threats and vulnerabilities are possible to reduce, by improving organisation-wide awareness of the most common information security mistakes. 1) Insecure Devices for Work Organisations have no...
12 Apr 2016
Mirai malware, the IoT botnet that crippled the security website Krebs On Security and launched a heavy DDoS attack on hosting provider OVH, has been released publicly by a hacker. While Mirai isn’t the biggest ever botnet, it’s responsible for one of the largest DDoS attack recorded. It spreads by brute forcing telnet servers with 62...