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Ubuntu Maniac ( IoT )

Retro: Backtrack The BackTrack distribution originated from the merger of two formerly competing distributions which focused on testing: WHax: a Slax-based Linux distribution developed by Mati Aharoni, a security consultant. Earlier versions of WHAX were called Whoppix[ nd were based on Knoppix. Auditor Security Collection: a Live CD based on Knoppix developed by Max Moser which included over 300 tools organized in a user-friendly hierarchy. . . . . credit @r0r0x_hck #ethicalhacker 🇨🇷

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Daniel Little

Two of my favourite passions in life hacking computers and cats. What a life I have to be paid to enjoy both 😍 #EthicalHacker (@tech365nl) Instagram Profile Photo


Yes! I received my Malduino yesterday 🙌🏻🙌🏻 It a USB-key that acts a keyboard and can be programmed with a simple language (ducky script). The payload is undetectable and your computer sees the Malduino as a legit keyboard. Powershell reverse tcp shell anyone? . . #ethicalhacker

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Hacking Vibes

Day 8/101: Most Common Types of Cybercrime Acts . Cybercrime involves the use of computer and network in attacking computers and networks as well. Cybercrime is obviously a criminal offense and is penalized by the law. Cybercriminals devise various strategies and programs to attack computers and systems. These are the most common types of cybercrime acts: Fraud Fraud is a general term used to describe a cybercrime that intends to deceive a person in order to gain important data or information. Fraud can be done by altering, destroying, stealing, or suppressing any information to secure unlawful or unfair gain. Hacking Hacking involves the partial or complete acquisition of certain functions within a system, network, or website. It also aims to access to important data and information, breaching privacy. Most “hackers” attack corporate and government accounts. There are different types of hacking methods and procedures. Identity Theft Identify theft is a specific form of fraud in which cybercriminals steal personal data, including passwords, data about the bank account, credit cards, debit cards, social security, and other sensitive information. Through identity theft, criminals can steal money. According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), more than 1.1 million Americans are victimized by identity theft. Scamming Scam happens in a variety of forms. In cyberspace, scamming can be done by offering computer repair, network troubleshooting, and IT support services, forcing users to shell out hundreds of money for cyber problems that do not even exist. Any illegal plans to make money falls to scamming. Computer Viruses Most criminals take advantage of viruses to gain unauthorized access to systems and steal important data. Mostly, highly-skilled programs send viruses, malware, and Trojan, among others to infect and destroy computers, networks, and systems. Viruses can spread through removable devices and the internet.

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