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Kamran Mohsin

Kamran Mohsin
I'm a software engineer by profession, a passionate and experienced web designer, developer and blogger. I use to work with programming languages on daily basis and works to get something new into my knowledge prior to what I had before. I write blogs about information security, WordPress, various ways to make money and more.

Police arrested a man over Pippa Middleton iCloud hacking

Pippa Middleton iCloud hacking

Investigators have found out Pippa Middleton iCloud hacking was claimed by a 35 years old man. Pippa Middleton is an English socialite, author, columnist, and the younger sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The man was arrested on suspicious account of computer misuse. Special team of investigators are still finding …

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What is DNS Spoofing? How to redirect traffic to fake website?

DNS Spoofing

DNS Spoofing is also known as DNS cache poisoning. It is malicious technique used by attackers to divert legitimate traffic to attacker’s fake website for his own sake. DNS Spoofing The main idea behind DNS spoofing is that attacker introduces a corrupt domain name in the DNS resolver’s cache, where …

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What is Man-in-the-middle attack (MITM)

man-in-the-middle

In computer security and cryptography (study of techniques for secure communication in the presence of third parties), man-in-the-middle is an attack where an attacker secretly keeps an eye on the communication happening in between two legitimate users while they are not aware of any external threat. Man-in-the-middle attack is one …

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Cross-Platform Malware can hack Windows, Linux, OS X Computers

Cross-Platform Malware can hack Windows, Linux, OS X Computers

The time moved on when a specially designed malware for any particular system was created. Recently at Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a malware that can run on cross-platform operating systems. The malware contains a payload that is designed to hack Windows, Linux and OS X Computers efficiently. Researchers discovered …

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Introduction to Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing

Ethical Hacking and penetration testing

In this blog, I’m going to share a lot of modules that are obviously used in ethical hacking and penetration testing. Following are the modules I will be talking about in detail. Hacking Hackers and Types Vulnerabilities Exploits Programming Malwares Zero-day Vulnerability Zero-day Attack Defense in depth Strategy Penetration Testing …

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What is ARP Protocol, ARP Poisoning or ARP Spoofing and how it works?

ARP Protocol, ARP Poisoning or ARP Spoofing

As always, most of the people don’t have any background knowledge about hacking or particular type of topic we are discussing here today. So before moving ahead to ARP Protocol, ARP Poisoning or ARP Spoofing we should first learn what is ARP or ARP Protocol. What is ARP Protocol? Address …

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Hack with Cookie Poisoning, Cookie Stealing, Session Hijacking

Before learning session hijacking let’s learn session first. The connectivity between a client and server or client active to a website is known as session. We will learn to hack with Cookie Poisoning, Cookie Stealing, Session Hijacking. What is the purpose of a session? A web server is responsible for …

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How to earn money with Google Adsense without any website

This is a hot topic to learn about how to make money without having any website or plate form where you can share your content. Hundred of millions of website are using google adsense to earn money world wide where the web masters are sharing their quality content. The blog …

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OS Command Injection Vulnerability

Command Injection

Command Injection attack is also known as Arbitrary Code Execution. In Command Injection an attacker generally injects a malicious user input to the system functions which executes system shell commands based on the attacker’s input. The Command Injection vulnerability occurs when the web applications supplies vulnerable (unsafe) input fields to …

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How to detect code injection attack

code injection attack

Code injection is also known as PHP code injection. Code injection attack is an exploitation technique where a computer bug is exploited by injecting code into an application which is then executed by application itself. PHP code injection attacks are generally performed by injecting a PHP code into the PHP …

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How to Hack WiFi Passwords

Hack WiFi Passwords

Cracking of wireless networks is the defeating of security devices in Wireless local-area networks. Wireless local-area networks(WLANs) – also called Wi-Fi networks are inherently vulnerable to security lapses that wired networks are exempt from – Hack WiFi Passwords Cracking is a kind of information network attack that is akin to …

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Vulnerable SQL Websites list 2017 – Updated

SQL Injection is very popular OWASP top 10 vulnerbility which allows you to hack any website that has the vulnerability. Do you want to learn how to hack websites with SQL Injection, click here on my recent blog to get practical demonstration of SQL attack. Below given is the Vulnerable …

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What is Cross Site Request Forgery Attack (CSRF)?

cross site request forgery

Cross Site Request Forgery attack is represented by different terminologies e.g One-Click Attack, Session Riding and CSRF or XSRF. CSRF & XSS While we had learnt about Cross Site Scripting (short for XSS), let’s try to learn the different between cross site request forgery and cross site scripting. In XSS, …

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RFI – LFI File Inclusion Attacks – Mitigations

file inclusion

Similar to all other cyber attacks RFI – LFI file inclusion attacks also carries a strong importance when it comes to data breach. In other words we can describe it as why the server isn’t working to load my webpages. File Inclusion File inclusion is a type of vulnerability that …

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White Hat turned into Black Hat Hackers

The very recent news exposed the reality of most cyber security experts who were paid to defend the enterprises for which they were hired (contract based or permanent). The ethical hackers were on contract to protect the credentials of any particular company. But these security researchers who were white hat …

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