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Spoofing

What is Spoofing? How It Works and How to Prevent it

Spoofing is a malicious practice that disguising as a legitimate source to gain sensitive information, or to gain access to victims' devices. An attacker can trick you into believing that he is from the...
OAuth 2.0

What is OAuth 2.0 ? How it Works ? A Detailed Explanation of Authorization...

OAuth 2.0 is the industry-standard protocol for authorization. OAuth 2.0 supersedes the work done on the original OAuth protocol created in 2006. The OAuth 2.0 authorization framework enables a third-party application to obtain limited access to an...
What is Malware

What is Malware? Removal and Prevention

Malware is a software or malicious code that is specifically designed for gaining access to an end-user machine or network. Attackers try to steal the data /information, damage devices and for making money by compromising...
red teaming

What is Red Teaming, Tactics & How Does it Works?

You might have heard about Red Teaming, but you might be wondering what it is all about. It is a practice of security testing for your system through which you can try to hack....
Windows Event Log Analysis – Complete Incident Response Guide

Windows Event Log Analysis – Complete Incident Response Guide

Windows event logging provides detailed information like source, username, computer, type of event, and level, and shows a log of application and system messages, including errors, information messages, and warnings. Microsoft has to keep increasing the...
IAM

What is IAM? How it Support Overall Cybersecurity Objectives for the Organization

IAM is also well known as Identity and Access Management which purpose is to support the overall cybersecurity objectives for the organization. In this, they will identify the management objectives to ensure the confidentiality,...
PCI Penetration Testing – What Should You Know? A Detailed Guide

PCI Penetration Testing – What Should You Know? A Detailed Guide

Organizations dealing with card payment data must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) to protect cardholder data. As per this Standard, a PCI Penetration Testing is required to be...
Cryptojacking

What is Cryptojacking? How to Prevent and Recover?

Cryptojacking is an unauthorized use where someone else’s computer is yours. Hackers mainly do this by making the victim click into a malicious link and they send an email that gets load as a...
Cyber Security Ontology

What is a Cyber Security Ontology and How to get a Cyber-ontology Job?

Before you know the Cyber Security Ontology, you need to know what is Cyber Security? This is the practice which defends the computers, mobile device, servers, network, electronic system, etc. from malicious attack. This...
SOC Framework

What is a SOC Framework, Elements & Benefits of Security Operation Centre

Security Operation Centre is always the heart of the organization in cybersecurity. When other groups mainly focus on the architecture and strategy, SOC Framework works as rubber meets to implement those strategies. As per the...