I call it black hat ethical hacking because:
The way you learn here, is straight from black hats, what better than understanding what goes behind black hat hackers, and then use that, for penetration testing to protect your business from such attacks. If you understand this, then you came to the right place. I am here, to help you, teach you the real way, showing you what you can do, there are no universities, no place you go, and learn this in a governments approval, do you know why? I don’t want the answer, i know why. What i want though, is first to help you see in the eyes of a black hat, and all what is left, is “ethical”, this word, that makes the difference, that changes the color of the true hat, there is only ONE hat, the black hat, White hackers, Grey hackers, when they perform the actual hack, remind me, what hat are they wearing ?
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thical hackers use the same methods and techniques to test and bypass a system’s defenses as their less-principled counterparts, but rather than taking advantage of any vulnerabilities found, they document them and provide actionable advice on how to fix them so the organization can improve its overall security.
The purpose of ethical hacking is to evaluate the security of a network or system’s infrastructure. It entails finding and attempting to exploit any vulnerabilities to determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activities are possible. Vulnerabilities tend to be found in poor or improper system configuration, known and unknown hardware or software flaws, and operational weaknesses in process or technical countermeasures. One of the first examples of ethical hacking occurred in the 1970s, when the United States government used groups of experts called “red teams” to hack its own computer systems. It has become a sizable sub-industry within the information security market and has expanded to also cover the physical and human elements of an organization’s defenses. A successful test doesn’t necessarily mean a network or system is 100% secure, but it should be able to withstand automated attacks and unskilled hackers.
But wait.. what if you learn from the black hat side? – And use it Ethically?
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