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52% of breaches featured hacking, 28% involved malware and 32–33% included phishing or social engineering, respectively.
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Metagoofil is a command line tool has been written by Christian Martorella. It’s used to gather information about meta-data of the public documents.
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Doxxing refers to the process of gathering fragments of personal information and posting them online.
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You can track your email i.e, whether the intended recipient has read your mail, by using websites such as getnotify.com
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The Android app “Glint Finder” is a free application to detect spy camera lens. It alerts you by throwing a white light beam.
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OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence - data and information that is collected legally from open and publically available resources.
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The original IPv4 was designed for DARPA, a test network that eventually became the internet.
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The Panopticlick website https://panopticlick.eff.org/ analyses how well our browser and add-ons protect us against online tracking techniques. It also sees if our system is uniquely configured and thus identifiable uniquely.
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Stuxnet was created by the United States and Israel to target Iran’s Uranium Enrichment Program. The computer worm crashed 984 centrifuges at Iranian nuclear power plants between 2008 and 2012, setting back Nuclear weapons production capabilities in Iran by about two years.
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The Bitcoin exchange, “Mt. Gox” filed for bankruptcy after $460 million was apparently stolen by hackers due to "weaknesses in their system" and another $27.4 million went missing from its bank accounts.