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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. •Computer Hacking.
    • 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 the system by developers.
    • Types of Hackers
    • White-Hat Hackers The good guys who identify the security weakness of the system or network and inform the owner about them.
    • 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‟.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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 incidents.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • Any Queries ??