System Hacking

System hacking is the process of getting access to individual computers on a network and stealing or misusing their sensitive information or data. The malicious hacker identifies and exploits the vulnerability of the computer system or network to get unauthorized access. In order to prevent such cyberattacks, ethical hackers learn how to detect and counter attackers through system hacking.

Network Hacking Security Protection
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Have you ever thought about dive into the thrilling world of network hacking? Don't worry, we won't teach you how to become a cybercriminal. On the contrary, we're going to empower you with knowledge and skills on how to protect your network from those who might attempt such malicious activities.. Welcome to the Network Hacking Training – an exhilarating journey where expert trainers will unravel the secrets of cybersecurity right before your eyes!Hands-on simulations will test your problem-solving abilities while equipping you with cutting-edge tools and techniques used by ethical hackers around the globe. Through immersive exercises, learn how vulnerabilities can be exploited, enabling you to identify weak spots within your own system. Discover ingenious methods employed by hackers and understand their mindset so that you can stay one step ahead in safeguarding against potential threats. So buckle up and embrace this electrifying adventure as we embark on our quest for digital security excellence!

Linux Hacking

To gain knowledge about Linux Network Hacking, one must first understand what Linux is. This open-source operating system can be easily altered and adjusted to a hacker's needs. Consequently, it comes with several security distributions that double as hacking tools. To exploit flaws in Linux applications, networks, and software, malicious hackers make use of these hacking tools to access the system illegally and take away confidential data. Therefore, it is important to obtain a reliable Linux hacking tool for secure network exploitation.

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Hacking Tool - Metasploit


Metasploit is an open-source penetrating framework, widely used by security engineers for penetration testing systems and also by ethical hackers. It is very easy to modify the Metasploit according to hackers’ needs and use it with almost all operating systems. The main purpose of Metasploit is to help users identify where they can get attacked by hackers and make necessary prevention to protect their system before hackers attack.

Usage of Metasploit

Payloads – It is a pathway that a Metasploit uses to target the attack. The set payload command allows easy and quick access to switch payloads. That leads to changing the interpreter or shell-based access into a specially designed operation.

Encoders – Usually, systems are well equipped with anti-theft solutions, so, it’s possible for the hacker that their attack might get noticed by the security software installed in the system of the target user. Therefore, encoders are used to protect the user from hackers. The encoders are designed to confuse the attacker and payload so they don't get noticed on the target user's system. Auxiliary – Any system that is not an exploit is called an auxiliary module. These modules are an enchanting feature of the framework that allows it to extend for various purposes instead of exploit. 

Auxiliary – Any system that is not an exploit is called an auxiliary module. These modules are an enchanting feature of the framework that allows it to extend for various purposes instead exploitation. Auxiliary modules have hundreds of modules that perform various functions like sniffing, scanning, fuzzing, and other such functions. However, these modules will not give you a shell but are very useful during a penetration test.  

Exploits –

To gain access to a system or application, an exploit conducts a series of commands to exploit a specific vulnerability found in it. There are two types of exploits: automated and manual. They include code injections, web application exploits, and buffer overflows.The use of exploit type depends on the level of granular control you desire to have on exploits. 

Uploading a Backdoor 

A backdoor is a shortcut in a system installed by the designers and programmers that allows a user to skip security essentials like username/password to log in. It’s quite common for attackers to install a backdoor after compromising a system. Even if the system is patched, the attacker can still maintain access by installing a backdoor that will allow its future access.

There is a large variety of backdoors available for various applications, and an attacker who has good programming knowledge can easily create custom varieties of backdoors to get access.

Malware Delivery Methods

There are three most common malware attack delivery methods through which malicious hackers attack users, and these methods are mentioned here below:

Client-Side Injections – This method doesn’t let the user have an idea about the attack, but they can feel the effects happening on the websites they visit. 

Advertising Frames – This malware delivery method happens when the attacker uses an advertising frame to target the victim on a publisher’s website. Attackers are very good at using this as an avenue to execute code in nefarious ways.

Cloaking via Advertising Frames Cloaking uses dynamic creative features of advertising platforms to gain ads that end users block. A rainbow table attack is a method of cracking password hashes using a special table within a system, which contains a value for each text character used in the login process.

Rainbow Attack

A rainbow table attack is a method of cracking password hashes using a special table within a system, which contains a value for each text character used in the login process..A rainbow table attack is a procedure of cracking password hashes by using a special table in a system. This table has a value of hash for every text character used during the login process. When a hacker gains access to this list, it becomes easy for them to crack passwords with the help of a rainbow table. Hackers generally gain access through leaked hashes to conduct rainbow attacks. This attack is possible if the database of the password is poorly secured, or through network hacking.

Stealing SAM Database

The Security Account Manager (SAM) is a database file in Windows operating systems that manages all the user accounts and their sensitive information. All the hash passwords are stored in SAM. It starts running in the background when the Windows boots up. There is a variety of tools that are used to retrieve the SAM file through in-memory techniques.