Posts Tagged ‘Hacking’

8 Best Books That Every Budding #Hacker Must Read

Everyone knows that a hacker by extension is always a programmer. What many don’t know though is that there is a lot more to it. It’s not just about knowing the language. A hacking is mainly defined by his curiosity to know what is otherwise not to be known. While the following books are on a […]

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Does hacker insurance make your business a bigger liability?

by Davey Winder It’s a scenario that every small online business fears: site security is compromised, hackers steal customer data including credit-card details, and your brand and your reputation are left in ruins. No wonder then, that many small online businesses are looking to insure against hackers and the resulting financial impact of a security […]

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Hackers deface 5th govt Web site, mock automated polls

By Jerrie Abella, GMANews.TV Another government Web site was found defaced Sunday night – the fifth attack since last month. Hackers of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) Web site, however, took on a bolder approach by leaving a message that seemed to mock the upcoming automated elections. “Ano ba gagamitin sa Election? […]

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Automated polls not hack-proof

Image by Valerie Reneé via Flickr By Andreo Calonzo The system that will be used in the May 2010 automated elections is not hack-proof, but adequate safeguards are in place to protect the results from hackers, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) assured Wednesday. “I am not saying that the system cannot be hacked. No system […]

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