Monday, May 20, 2019

Hacking: Guide To Basic Security, Penetration Testing And Everything Else Hacking

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Intelligence agencies and security services of many nations consider hacking of their computer systems and networks as the biggest national threat. What was once considered as a harmless prank played by computer nerds has now evolved into a crime on par with any other in terms of its repercussions. It is viewed at with the same severity as terrorism by many countries and is condemned by the world governments at large.

In simple terms hacking is nothing but breaking into someone else's computer or system by circumventing the safety measures and stealing the information contained within, or worse, sabotaging the entire system.

The roots of hacking can be traced back to the 1960's and 70's when the "Yippies" movement was at its peak. Yippies were the members and followers of Youth International Party, which was nothing but a product of the anti-war movements of that time. The group was comprised mainly of youths and was counter-cultural at its very basic level. They engaged in carrying out elaborate street pranks and taught its member the technique of tapping telephone lines.

Chapter 1: Hacking- An Overview
Chapter 2: Penetration Testing
Chapter 3: Basic Security Guidelines
Chapter 4: Security Guidelines For Offices and Organizations
Chapter 5: Few General Tips Of Computer Safety

Author Details
"Isaac Sharpe"

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