Top Hacking Techniques



Top Hacking Techniques- Hackers have developed a variety of hacking techniques, and it is important for you to learn about them so that you can stay safe. You will be able to keep yourself safe and counter any malicious behaviour that may be planned against you if you learn their tricks.

Denial of service (DoS)

Hackers carry out this assault by flooding servers or websites with a large amount of traffic. Botnets — hundreds or thousands of maliciously controlled machines – are used by hackers to flood a target with so many requests that genuine users are unable to access it.

Fake wireless access points

When using wireless access points, always be cautious. You could fall into the clutches of a malicious actor. Hackers use a variety of techniques, including creating a bogus wireless access point. When you connect, the hacker will have access to all of your data. If you must utilise a public wireless access point, a VPN (Virtual Private Network) should be used to protect your data. With a VPN, no one will be able to access your phone or computer without your permission. It will also keep your machine’s or phone’s IP address out of the public eye.

Key logger

A key logger records everything you type on your computer. It’s a simple approach that can be extremely dangerous. When you use your keyboard, key loggers record all of your key sequences and keystrokes. It then sends a report to the hacker, including vital information such as usernames and passwords. This method has been used by hackers to get usernames and passwords for online baking platforms in order to drain bank accounts.

Virtual keyboards could help you overcome this problem. If you need to write highly sensitive information, you should consider using a virtual keyboard.

Water hole attack

Water hole attacks are carried out by constructing a phoney website that seems identical to the real website of a corporation. These websites contain all of the features seen on the original website. If you visit the bogus website by chance, your login information will be stolen without your awareness! You will just see an error message stating that your password was typed wrongly. Your login and password will be saved, and you will be sent to the genuine website so that the second time you try it, it will work.

Make sure you’re up to date on the most recent cyber security advances. You might wish to take cybersecurity training to learn the best practises and how to defend yourself against hackers.

Jennifer Thomas
Jennifer Thomas is the Co-founder and Chief Business Development Officer at Cybers Guards. Prior to that, She was responsible for leading its Cyber Security Practice and Cyber Security Operations Center, which provided managed security services.