Protect your data from threats and penetration attacks.
Protect your personal information from phishing attacks.
Don’t infect your computer with corrupted files from the Internet.
Flush your browser cache from sensitive information regularly.
Web Application Security
Protect web applications with client-server-based security.
Password Access Change
Update your password regularly used for content over the Internet.
What is a Computer Virus?
A computer virus is a malicious program that self-replicates by copying itself to another program. In other words, the computer virus spreads by itself into other executable code or documents. The purpose of creating a computer virus is to infect vulnerable systems, gain admin control and steal user sensitive data.
Trojans horse is an uncontainable type of malware that disguised itself as a legitimate file. Hackers and cyber-thieves uses such unauthorized privilege to gain access into systems with the objective of committing fraudulent activities.
What is Malware?
Modern threats to computers are develop into software known as Malware. There normally transfer through executable code, scripts, active content and other software methods. Malware become malignant after it corrupted the computer. Common categories for malware is: viruses, spyware, worms, trojans, rootkits.
Electronic content is the milieu used in targeting attacks against the network. Electronic mail (e-mail) is the most common means of transmitting spam but it can also be attained through blogs, social networking content, newsgroups and instant messaging.
Government industries, universities and large business conglomerates are easy target of Ransomware. Ransomware seeks to penetrate your network through connective devices such as computers and take over such data, demanding a ransom in monetary terms.
Social engineering technique is the process of using trickery to exploit the weakest link in the information security system. Social networks become the environment with major vulnerabilities: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and other social networks. These communities are the ball ground for most cyber threats.
Attackers develop viral malware capable of spreading through a network. Network Firewall protect data that is transferred across a network; it examines traffic to ensure it meets the security requirements set by an organization.
Email hijacking is an instance where an individual pretending to be legitimate. Compromise and gain access to a target email account and maliciously capture sensitive and private information, using the data to damage one’s character.
Brute Force Attack
A brute force attack against an encryption system attempts to decrypt encrypted data by exhaustively enumerating and trying encryption keys. Such an attack might be used when it is not possible to take advantage of other weaknesses in an encryption system (if any exist) that would make the task easier.Implemented cryptosystem make the attack option infeasible
Single Sign On (SSO)
Single sign-on is a session and user authentication service that permits a user access on to an organization’s domain assured by policy and credentials. Some SSO services use protocols such as Kerberos and the security assertion markup language (SAML).
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Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) poisoning is when an attacker sends falsified ARP messages over a local area network (LAN) to link an attacker’s MAC address with the IP address of a legitimate computer or server on the network. Once the attacker’s MAC address is linked to an authentic IP address, the attacker can receive any messages directed to the legitimate MAC address. As a result, the attacker can intercept, modify or block communicates to the legitimate MAC address.
Mobile device management (MDM)
Digital threats are apparent in today’s organizations. Smartphone, iPads, Tablets and other Mobile devices. Mobile device management (MDM) is a type of security software used by an IT department to monitor, manage and secure employees' mobile devices that are deployed across multiple mobile service providers.