Hacking Website And Computers

Recall Ben and Louis from the introduction. Both of them have houses, both of which are potential points of attack for Eve. Hopefully, both of them lock their doors and windows, or Eve could walk right in. Even if they do lock the entrances to their houses, Eve might be a skilled lockpicker. When people have valuable possessions that they need to protect, they will buy high-grade locks that are difficult to pick in order to keep intruders out. With the exception of locking mechanisms themselves, physical security is relatively easy to judge because you can see it. If you have thicker doors and windows, they are harder to break down. If you have security guards, it is harder to sneak in.

Unfortunately, computer security isn’t so obvious. Attacks are done electronically instead of physically, and you can’t see electricity (and even if you could, the signals that a computer processes are so complex that you would not be able to interpret them). It is therefore very easy, so to speak, to leave the “front door” of your computer wide open.

One might argue that it’s not a big deal for the average user, because who’s going to target them? They don’t have anything of value, right? Wrong. Most people store passwords and credit card numbers on their computers. If it’s easy to break in, why not? Credit card numbers are a criminal’s goldmine, and passwords lead to more credit card numbers. The computer itself is of value; attackers can use it to propagate attacks/viruses to even more computers.

Furthermore, whenever you browse websites such as Facebook, Amazon, or Bank of America, you make the assumption that such sites are safe — i.e., that no one is going to break into said website and steal your data. Websites are nothing more than more computers, so the same vulnerabilities that exist on your computer probably also exist on those websites. While there aren’t really any good ways to guarantee that a given website is following good security practices, it is important to be cognizant of what practices they should be following, so if you discover that they aren’t, you know to to stop trusting that website.

Hacking yahoo id

Everywhere there is a hype about a hacker , hacker and hacker, someone hacked into your mail account ,or someone hacked into your computer ,or someone cracked open your internet bank account , right?
But how is this possible? Learn it from a hacker and then prevent your self from being a victim.

Hacking A email – There a certain steps what a hacker does so that he can gain access to your email id.

1. He will get details about you , because he will want to know whose id he is hacking and will try to find you out on social networks. He will copy all your information out there and try to use “Forgot Password” Option so that he can get it opened without any hard work. If no , then there is a plan B.

2. He will First Create a clone page of the login Page , like suppose yahoo.com , he will create login form.

3 . Then he will send you a email which have a subject as “Yahoo : You Email Id is soon going to be deactivated” and then content will be complete rubbish , and will contain a link to the cloned page, like “Please Login here to make sure your account is Active”.

4. Now as soon as you click that link you are in their trap and then when you fill out the form , you are gone.

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Tips from a hacker

Never respond To such Mails as they will land you up in big problems.
- No Damn Email service will ask you to login again at any cost , by sending an email to you.
- Never put the matching information which you entered in case of a lost password on social networking website.
- Always be sure , which link you are clicking , is it outside the main url , (here: mail.yahoo.com)
- Check who is sending you the email , someone link support@yahoo.com or yahoosupport@yahoo.com or any other email id.
-Many cyber threats can be prevented with the right data and email security
Special thanks to the Hacker (does not want to go Public)

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