CS 507 (Assignment No 2) Part I (PHISHING) 1. Phishing. Phishing is an attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details for malicious reason by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. 2. How it Affect / Attack.
You still believe that you are talking to the original party and may send private information to the hacker by accident. (d) Sniffer attacks A sniffer is an application that can read, monitor or capture network data exchanges and read network packets. If the packets are not encrypted, a sniffer provides a full view of the data inside the packet. Even encapsulated packets can be broken open and read unless they are encrypted and the attacker does not have access to the key. (e) Password attacks Password based attacks or password crackers are aimed at guessing the password for a system until the correct password is determined.
Abstract Phishing is defined as fraudulent perpetrated by criminals usually steal attributes such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details and sometimes money was stolen indirectly from phish in order to lure someone into visiting a fraudulent web site or downloading malicious software that purposely for stealing sensitive information. Online shopping has become a trend for people to shop online but at the same time phishing has growing rapidly as well. To achieve the purpose of this study, the journal article related to online frauds with phishing are reviewed and identified. The result after applying the ethical theory which is Kantianism (Kant) , it shows the online frauds in bank with phishing brings more negative effects than
Here are some privacy concerns you should watch out for. 1. Account hacking and impersonation Increasingly, spammers, hackers and other online criminals are targeting social networks. A compromised social media account makes for an appealing target: if they can get into your Facebook or Twitter account, they can impersonate you. Why are they interested in your social media accounts?
In this chapter we will delve into various aspects of email marketing. This chapter will expand on the email marketing background from chapter 1 and introduce new aspects of the field. According to Kumar and Sharma (2014), the rapid adoption of the internet as a commercial medium has caused companies and marketers to experiment with innovative ways of marketing to consumers in computer-mediated environments, known as online marketing or e-marketing. Though e-marketing involves digital technologies to sell goods or services, the basics of marketing remain the same – i.e. to create a strategy to deliver the right messages to the right consumers at the right time (Kumar and Sharma, 2014).
To engage in IP spoofing, a hacker must first use a variety of techniques to find a trusted IP address and then modify the packet headers so that it appears that the packets are coming from that host. (Vangie Beal, 2014) IP spoofing’s perpetrators trick their victims into interacting with the fake Web site. (Gary Shelly, Misty Vermaat, 2011) For example, the victim may provide private information such as credit card numbers and online banking credentials; or download files containing viruses, worms, or other malware. Unfortunately, IP spoofing cannot be eliminated completely, as the identity of the intruder is unknown, hence, making detection and prevention difficult. (Depak Gahlot,
A Digital Door Lock System Using Internet with Improved Security and Usability Muhammad Faisal Khan, Muhammad Salman Anwar Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan email@example.com, Salmananwar715@yahoo.com Abstract In now a days, digital door locks are being used on a large scale as a segment of IOT(internet of Things). But there are news reported by the media of invalid users to invade houses and working places. In these circumstances, a digital door lock system by using IOT was suggested. It is made and implemented to increase safety and peace. The suggested system gives security functions more strength so that they can transmit images to mobile used by the system user when an invalid user
Steganography Techniques Using Cryptography-A Review Paper Himanshi Sharma MTech(CSE) IInd Year E-Max College of Engineering and Technology Ambala, Haryana, India Email Id: firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract: The two important aspects of security that deal with transmitting information or data over some medium like internet are cryptography and steganography. Cryptography results in converting plain text into cipher text which is in unreadable or in non-explanatory form, difficult to be guessed by eavesdropper, Steganography on the other hand hides the secret data into carrier medium in such a way that its detection is prevented. Steganography is not a replacement of cryptography but can supplement it to produce good results. It is observed
These systems deal with detecting intrusions in network data. Outside attackers or spammers are responsible for such attacks who aim to gain unauthorised access to network information to either disable network or steal confidential information. A major