Ethical Hacking: Why Businesses Need Ethical Hackers

Hacking, which has been part of the computer for more than 50 years, is a very broad process, covering a wide range of topics.

Ethical Hacking: Why Businesses Need Ethical Hackers

For non-geeks, here is a brief introduction. Computer software contains computer programs, which provide instructions on how the hardware should perform certain functions.

These software’s are often configured by program developers, who do not have full access to all programs. The programs are then sold to users with strict rules or regulations where only authorized people (usually with passwords) are available for security reasons. Theoretically, no one other than these authorized persons have the right to use them.

How can others gain unauthorized access?

1. First-time planners, who have prepared the source code, and always provide their own entry points for traps and doors.

2. Former users who are no longer authorized users, but whose passwords have not been deleted.

3. Some unscrupulous people who wish to enter the system with malicious intent.

4. With so much work and business to be run by computers, and many computers connected to the Internet, they are open to access by various people online.

5. Computers are also prone to malware and malware attacks, leaving them vulnerable to hackers and malware. These 'viruses' and 'worms' are introduced by people who wish to enter the system and steal information or make all the systems crash or destroy all the stored data.

Just as viral attacks on computers are blocked by anti-virus software like McAfee, etc. Companies protect themselves from hacking through organized criminals. 

The EC Council describes the independent giant as 'a person accustomed to being employed by the organization and who is credited with trying to break into networks and / or computer programs using the same methods and techniques as a bad giant.'

It means the act of discovering the weaknesses and weaknesses of computer programs and information by imitating the intent and actions of malicious users.

Also known as an entry test, an internal entry test, or a red merger. It requires them to view the client network as potentially dangerous attackers, and to devise appropriate measures to protect clients from attack.

So why are Ethical Hackers needed?

1. It is necessary to identify and mark all access routes by intruders, which may be human or sophisticated software, including 'worms'.

2. In simple language, a moral criminal thinks and acts as the wrong criminal to discover and use weaknesses and weaknesses in various systems, and how they can be broken.

3. He then develops methods to protect endangered areas by creating fire logs, strong passwords, constantly changing passwords, using iris scans or fingerprints in addition to passwords, encryption, and so on.

4 They also need to block access to (program) from the original developers who created the software and for people who are no longer allowed to access the system.

5. They can also suggest a VPN (Virtual Private Network), a secure tunnel between the computer and Internet sites. It uses a VPN server, which can be found anywhere in the world, and provides privacy. 

A VPN will do the job of preventing someone from checking your browsing history, or testing you.

A VPN will enable you to browse from your server location and not your computer location so that we remain anonymous.


With so much personal data available today via the Internet for a price, Data Privacy is a big problem; hackers can easily buy your information and steal your data using the passwords of other sites (because most people have the same weak passwords for different programs and rarely change passwords). 

They will teach users how to choose complex passwords, where to record or not to record passwords, and how often you need to change passwords.

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