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Cookies and Attachments

Cookies and Attachments

Cookies and Attachments: Cookies are texts files that a browser maintains on the user’s hard disk in order to provide a persistent, customized web experience for each visit. A cookie typically contains information about the user. For example, a cookie can contain a client’s history to improve customer services. If …

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Malicious Insider Threats

Malicious Insider Threats

Malicious Insider Threats: One of the most dangerous threats to any network is an insider who is intent on doing harm. By being an insider, they have already gotten past your first defense and they might be motivated by a desire to make someone pay for passing them over for …

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Managing Spam to Avoid Viruses

Managing Spam to Avoid Viruses

Managing Spam to Avoid Viruses: Although spam is not truly a virus or a hoax, it is one of the most annoying things with which an administrator must contend. Spam is defined as any unwanted, unsolicited email, and not only can the sheer volume of it be irritating, but it …

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How Viruses Work

How Viruses Work

How Viruses Work: A virus, in most cases, tries to accomplish one of two things: render your system inoperable or spread to other systems. Many viruses will spread to other systems given the chance and then render your system unusable. This is common with many of the newer viruses. If …

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Hacking: Generic Example of Cyber Crime

Hacking: Generic Example of Cyber Crime

Generic Examples of Cyber Crime: Hacking is by no means a new phenomenon; it has existed in one form or another since the 1960s. For only a portion of the time since then has hacking been viewed as a crime and a situation that needs to be addressed.   Here …

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Hacking: Fun or Criminal Activity?

Hacking: Fun or Criminal Activity?

Hacking Fun or Criminal Activity: As stated earlier, hacking is by no means a new phenomenon; it has existed in one form or another since the 1960s. For only a portion of the time since then has hacking been viewed as a crime and a situation that needs to be …

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The Evolution and Growth of Hacking

The Evolution and Growth of Hacking

The Evolution and Growth of Hacking: As you will see that attacks and strategies have improved and evolved over the years in ways you may not be aware of. Attackers have constantly sought up their game with new tactics and strategies to include various types of malware such as worms, …

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BRUTE FORCE AUTHENTICATION ATTACKS

BRUTE FORCE AUTHENTICATION ATTACKS

Brute Force Attacks: Authentication actually takes place in many other parts of the web application other then the main login page. It is also present when you change your password, update your account information, use the password recovery functionality, answering secret questions, and when you use the remember me option. …

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