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How SQL Injection hacks work and how to stop them

SQL injection is a common hack used to run statements on your database server. If a hacker gains access to your SQL database, he can steal, delete or insert information. SQL injection hacks are tedious and complex to fix, so it’s best if a website owner takes precautions before becoming a victim. Before you can […]

How susceptible is my company to phishing?

Phishing – The “Unchartered” Territory   In today’s digital world, the risk presented by phishing is constantly increasing as the quantity and confidentiality of data stored electronically is rapidly increasing. Phishing is a growing threat and continues to be a pronounced problem for both companies and individuals. Despite being one of the oldest internet scams, […]

Wifi Hackers

There are numerous WiFi hacking tools available on the web today that are capable of helping anyone hack into wireless networks. Some of the most popular wireless hacking tools include Aircrack, CoWPAtty, AirSnort, and Kismet.   The most popular WiFi protocols are WEP, WPA, and WPA2 systems. WPA2 systems are typically the most secure system, […]

What is OWASP?

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is an online, open source, and non-profit organization that specializes in creating tools, methodologies, articles, and documentation about web application security. All of this information is freely available and the information is renowned to be practical and unbiased in nature. It also assists firms in developing, maintaining, and […]

Recent Scam Phone Call – Numbers

Below is a list of some the most recent numbers associated with a scam phone call. If you are wondering whether or not to trust a phone number then Do Not Trust It.   Here are a few of the most reported scammer phone numbers recently;  (844) 809 – 6672 (844) 887 – 8082 (888) 489 […]

Nessus Vulnerability Scanning Tool

Nessus is one of the most popular vulnerability assessment tools. Capable of running more than 1,200 checks and scans it is great starting point for enumerating your security apparatus.   It is free to use for personal users in a non-enterprise setting, and has consistently been rated as one of the best vulnerability scanners in the world. […]

Ethical Hacking – Creating Safer Networks

It’s no surprise that cyber-attacks are continuing to rise, as countless new devices connect to corporate networks every day.  According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2016, cyber-attacks are now costing the global economy over $445 billion.  While this conservative number does not directly translate into profits, it becomes pretty clear that these criminals […]

Google Doc phish Example & ways to Identify

There is a google doc phish going on and it seems to be very wide-spread. This new threat is hitting most major organizations.  As often happens, the message makes its way through spam filters and the untrained users make the virus spread like wildfire. Once someone clicks the link, it hijacks their account and spams their […]