you can block most of the ads and pop ups from sites by blocking them in local DNS file simply open terminal and edit thisfile $ sudo vi /private/etc/hosts
However, it was an easy problem to solve #rpm –import http://elrepo.org/RPM-GPG-KEY-elrepo.org before downloading the required RPM file: – #rpm -Uvh http://elrepo.org/elrepo-release-6-4.el6.elrepo.noarch.rpm and installing the HFS+ drivers: – # yum install
The problem arises when someone other than me makes a folder in this shared directory. No one but the person who made that folder can write into it, not even
[root@ajay ~]# traceroute 18.104.22.168 traceroute to 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 196-47-64-59 (188.8.131.52) 0.918 ms 0.948 ms 0.652 ms 2 196-47-64-66 (184.108.40.206) 1.223 ms 2.747 ms
Cyber Security and Privacy Foundation(CSPF) has certified a few security products after extensive testing.
CSPF has selected Avast Antivirus and ESET Nod32 as best anti virus products which is suitable for Indian environment.
"DiskCryptor" in disk encryption category, "React OS" in operating system category, 'Zemana' and 'Keyscrambler' in Anti keylogger category, "IronWASP" in Web Application pentesting tool category have all been certified by the CSPF.
We asked the founder of CSPF Mr. J. Prasanna if CSPF will certify any other products in the future and on what basis these tools were chosen for testing? He said "We will only certify tools after they have been extensively tested for the Indian market, we do not take any funding or sponsorships from companies that own these products."
"We were recently approached by some other companies to test their products, but we discovered that many of them do not even pass the eligibility criteria."
We at EHN hope that CSPF will test many such products in the future and thus enable the public make better decisions about the softwares they run in their computers.
Yesterday, Krebs wrote an article about "Indexeus" which is a new search engine containing database of stolen user names and passwords from more than 100 data breaches.
According to KrebsOnSecurity, the database contained stolen credentials from the recent Yahoo and Adobe breaches.
The site also contained databases of few hacker forums that have been hacked. It seems to have ticked off many hackers. Today, the website was defaced by hacker group Pernicious Developers.
"This is the Original Pernicious Developers, we're still here. Even if you don't know which version of the group who did this." The defacement message reads. At the time of writing, the website shows a blank page.
Owner of the Indexeus has replied in one of the threads in HackForums about the hack:
The hacker group have provided a screenshot that shows they uploaded a backdoor shell to the affected website.
The malware is being sold for $7,000 and the cyber criminals are offering one week test for the price of $1,000 with full access to the command and control server without any limitation.
Similar to other banking Trojans, this new malware also capable of doing form grabbing and HTML Injection.
Kronos has user-mode rootkit(ring3) capabilities that will help this trojan to defend itself from other pieces of malware, will work in both 32bit and 64 bit Operating systems.
It is also designed to evade antivirus software and bypass Sandbox. The malware use encryption to communicate with the C&C server.
Trusteer said it has not yet analyzed the malware sample in order to validate the seller’s claims, all the information provided are based on the advertisement in the underground forum.
Researchers spotted several spam campaign and analyzed a few samples of the new version.
The new version has few modifications. One of them is removing Necurs rootkit part from the malware.
The second modification is using Domain generation algorithm(DGA) as the primary command and control mechanism instead of Peer-to-Peer protocol.
"We do not know if it is being operated by the same people that were indicted last month, or a subset of them, or indeed a different group altogether that has obtained the Gameover source code." researcher said.
Within first 10 days after the course is launched, we have seen alreay 240 students registered for the online course. The students registered range from Age group of 20 to 60.
Mr. Gemini Ramamurthy, chairman of CSPF, says we are very happy with overwhelming response from across the Globe for this course. CSPF will continue to offer more such courses to the Online academy.
White Hat Hacking Course:
Cyber Defence Course: