SSL certificate explained
An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates a website’s identity.
Secure Sockets Layer is an information file that generates an encrypted connection browser-server cryptographically. Once they connect, the SSL certificate is validated. That is the way to achieve protected communication between them. So, as a result, only the user and the website could access the user’s info, such as email address, payment details, etc.
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DNS Spoofing explained
You can find DNS Spoofing, also called DNS poisoning. Don’t get confused. It is the same thing. It is a technique applied by hackers which includes imitating a device or a user. That is applied as a cover, with which the disruption of the regular flow of traffic or reaching protected data is not such a difficult task.
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The virtual private network (VPN) is like an invisible protective cloak that you put on, and the origin of your request gets hidden away. For those of you that this comparison is not enough, let us explain to you in detail what a virtual private network (VPN) is.
Virtual private network (VPN)
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Cyber attacks are to be taken seriously. Even cute names can hide deadly poison. Today, let’s be aware of the smurf attack.
What is a Smurf attack?
A Smurf attack is a type of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. It took its name from the malware used to implement it, the Smurf malware. It targets computer networks to make them unavailable by exploiting vulnerabilities of the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP).
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Cyber crime never stops. The list of cyber attacks that have badly hit organizations worldwide is sadly long. Even during the hardest moments in this pandemic, the virus stopped the world, but not cyber crime.
Let’s take a look at 5 painfully famous cyber attacks.
Mirai botnet attack (2016).
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