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How to Hack Password of any Operating System  05 January 2010  Print E-mail
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Source: Hungry Hackers - Posted by Alex   
Host Security One thing any hacker should know is how to hack into login account of any operating system. Major Operating Systems that are used these days are Windows, Linux and Mac. So today I will show you how to hack into these Operating Systems. Are you curious how easy it is for someone to gain access to your computer? If so, read on to see the technique one might use to figure out your computer password.
Malicious PDFs: How to Protect Yourself  04 January 2010  Print E-mail
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Source: Security Bits - Posted by Alex   
Host Security Thanks to themindgames for submitting this article. Malicious documents were the most commonly encountered exploit via the Web in 2008 and continued to be the most prominently encountered exploit in 2009. This is due to a large number of exploits for programs like Adobe Acrobat and the Microsoft Office suite, the ubiquitous use of documents via the Web and the built-in support into the browser.
Learn to use extended file attributes in Linux to boost security  15 December 2009  Print E-mail
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Source: Tech Republic - Posted by Alex   
Host Security ACLs and extended attributes for files are simple and easy to use in Linux, and can go a long way in securing files. Vincent Danen goes over some of the basic file protection enhancements provided by the Linux kernel.
Malicious Linux screensaver proves any OS's biggest vulnerability is sitting in the chair  10 December 2009  Print E-mail
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Source: Download Squad - Posted by Alex   
Host Security Dig up a post on just about any blog about antivirus programs for Windows, and you'll probably come across at least one comment from a Linux or Mac flexing about how impervious his or her OS is. Which is true, to a point, but your defenses are only as good as the people using them.
Remotely Viewing A User’s Web History With CSS  07 December 2009  Print E-mail
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Source: The Coffee Desk - Posted by Alex   
Host Security Throughout the years, there have been several JavaScript/CSS/VBScript exploits in various browsers (and by “various”, I mean mostly Internet Explorer) that allow a remote site to view a user’s complete web history.
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