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A Presentation on
Hacking

Group Name:- G3
Group Members :-

Ravikant Verma
Rahul Sisodiya
Sanjay Kumar
Jugendra Singh
Hacking
Authorized or unauthorized
attempts to bypass the security
mechanisms of an information
system or network.
Types of Hacking
•Website Hacking.
•E-mail Hacking.
•Network Hacking.
•Password Hacking.
•Online Banking Hacking.
•Compute...
Website Hacking..
E-mail Hacking…
Network Hacking...
Password Hacking..
Online Banking Hacking..
Computer Hacking..
Who is a “HACKER” ?
Someone who bypasses the
system‟s access controls by taking
advantage of security weaknesses
left in t...
Types of Hackers
White-Hat Hackers
The good guys who identify the
security weakness of the system or
network and inform the owner about
the...
Black Hat Hackers
A black hat is the villain or bad guy,
who crash into victim‟s security to
steal information and destroy...
Grey Hat Hackers
A grey hat, in the hacking
community, refers to a skilled
hacker who is somewhere in
between white and bl...
Why do people hack ?
•To make security stronger ( Ethical
Hacking ).
•Just for fun.
•Show off.
•Hack other systems secretl...
Random Fact !!!!
The average age group of hackers
are aged between 14-24 yrs. …
Did you know ?
Social networking sites like
„FACEBOOK‟,‟GMAIL‟,‟YAHOO”
comprised of 60% of direct or
indirect hacking inci...
Popular Hacked sites
www.jntu.ac.in was hacked on 7 Nov
2010.
www.songs.pk was hacked on 15 July
2011.

Songs.pk

JNTUhome...
Preventive measures
•Install a strong anti-virus.
•Always run a anti-virus check before
you download a program or a file
f...
Any Queries ??
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  1. 1. A Presentation on Hacking Group Name:- G3 Group Members :- Ravikant Verma Rahul Sisodiya Sanjay Kumar Jugendra Singh
  2. 2. Hacking Authorized or unauthorized attempts to bypass the security mechanisms of an information system or network.
  3. 3. Types of Hacking •Website Hacking. •E-mail Hacking. •Network Hacking. •Password Hacking. •Online Banking Hacking. •Computer Hacking.
  4. 4. Website Hacking..
  5. 5. E-mail Hacking…
  6. 6. Network Hacking...
  7. 7. Password Hacking..
  8. 8. Online Banking Hacking..
  9. 9. Computer Hacking..
  10. 10. Who is a “HACKER” ? Someone who bypasses the system‟s access controls by taking advantage of security weaknesses left in the system by developers.
  11. 11. Types of Hackers
  12. 12. White-Hat Hackers The good guys who identify the security weakness of the system or network and inform the owner about them.
  13. 13. Black Hat Hackers A black hat is the villain or bad guy, who crash into victim‟s security to steal information and destroy the victims security network. Also known as „cracker‟.
  14. 14. Grey Hat Hackers A grey hat, in the hacking community, refers to a skilled hacker who is somewhere in between white and black hat hackers.
  15. 15. Why do people hack ? •To make security stronger ( Ethical Hacking ). •Just for fun. •Show off. •Hack other systems secretly. •Notify many people their thought. •For money purpose.
  16. 16. Random Fact !!!! The average age group of hackers are aged between 14-24 yrs. …
  17. 17. Did you know ? Social networking sites like „FACEBOOK‟,‟GMAIL‟,‟YAHOO” comprised of 60% of direct or indirect hacking incidents.
  18. 18. Popular Hacked sites www.jntu.ac.in was hacked on 7 Nov 2010. www.songs.pk was hacked on 15 July 2011. Songs.pk JNTUhomepage after it was hcked
  19. 19. Preventive measures •Install a strong anti-virus. •Always run a anti-virus check before you download a program or a file from the internet. •Avoid disclosing personal details like phone number, credit card details to strangers.
  20. 20. Any Queries ??
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