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10 Best Tools for Computer Forensics

Best Computer Forensic Tools

Every computer forensic gumshoe needs a set of good, solid tools to undertake a proper investigation, and the tools you use vary according to the type of investigation you’re working on. The list of tools isn’t all-inclusive — and you may have your own favorites — but the ones we …

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What is DarkWeb?

Dark Web is a part of the internet that is intentionally hidden from standard browsers. It is accessible only through specialized software with an appropriate configuration or authorization. The dark web – sometimes called darknet – provides anonymous access to the internet for people who want to keep information about themselves hidden …

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12 CyberSecurity Tools and Tips

How can you make your business computers and devices as secure as possible? Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council share their best cybersecurity tips and tools. As 2019 gets moving, cybersecurity remains at the front of many business leaders’ minds. Data breaches are a constant threat to your organization’s customer …

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5 Ways to Protect Your Business from Cyberattacks

A major focus has been on risk mitigation and response plans for cyberattacks, security breaches and the like. Fundamentals matter Organizational educational programming and process improvements have focused primarily on defensive positioning against these technological attacks, which could enable your internal plans and information to get into the wrong hands …

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Open Source Hacking Tools for Security Auditing

Contrary to popular belief, a hacker is not the bad guy who breaks into your computer security to steal your information. Rather, let us think of him as the one who helps to strengthen your computer and your network system security. Although expensive, there are some great tools on the …

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Anyone Can Be Pwned through Chrome Extension Hacks

What Is Pwning Through Chrome Extension Hacks? Pwning, in hacker jargon, refers to compromising or controlling another’s website, computer, application or gateway device. Some security researchers even award Pwnie Awards for cracking. Although Google claims that its browser, Chrome, is the safest web browser on the market, one can never …

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CyberSecurity and Digital Currencies

Introduction Typically, digital currencies are private monetary values that exist only in ledgers. That is, a digital currency—offered and administered by a private organization—is bypassing the conventional banking system and governmental currencies, allowing monetary worth to change ownership for the purchase of goods and services. Because these currencies have no …

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