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Scanning Techniques

Scanning is another essential step, which is necessary, and it refers to the package of techniques and procedures used to identify hosts, ports, and various services within a network.

    Footprinting

    Footprinting is the technique to collect as much information as possible about the targeted network/victim/system. It helps hackers in various ways to intrude on an organization's system.

      Information Gathering Techniques

      Gathering information is the first step where a hacker tries to get information about the target. Hackers use different sources and tools to get more information, and some of them are briefly explained here. This informations will be useful for you to become an ethical hacker.

        Ethical Hacking Tutorial

        This Ethical Hacking tutorial series will give you complete information about Ethical Hacking, which will enhance your understanding of it and improve computer systems, hardware, and computer network security.

          What is Hacking?

          Most people believe that the term "Hacking" is used for any illegal purpose, topics related to cybercrime, or computer-related crime. But that's not true at all. "Hacking" is actually science and art to find solutions to a real-life problem.

          • What is Hacking?
          • Who are Hackers?
          • Types of Hackers.

           

          What is MVC Architecture?

          MVC is abbreviated as Model View Controller is a design pattern created for developing applications specifically web applications. As the name suggests, it has three major parts. The traditional software design pattern works in an "Input - Process - Output" pattern whereas MVC works as "Controller -Model - View" approach.

            SDLC JAD Model

            Collaboration and then building software is the key power which drives technology and its innovation. JAD is a model for software development that augments the stakeholders' association in cycles of software development. Its life cycle has been adopted for areas […]

              SDLC Big Bang Model

              The Big Bang Model is popular in situations or adopted in cases where the project's stakeholders or customers are not certain regarding their wants and requirements. They also haven't analyzed all the necessary features and characteristics they plan to incorporate into their system.

                SDLC RAD Model

                RAD which is abbreviated as Rapid Application Development Model, is based on the concepts of both iterative and prototyping development model. It is another popular model for software development and has its characteristics and features.

                   

                  SDLC Agile Model

                  The Agile software development model was mainly intended for helping developers build a project which can adapt to transforming requests quickly. So, the most important endeavor for developing the Agile model is to make easy and rapid project achievement.

                     

                    SDLC V-Model

                    The V-model of SDLC carries out its execution in a sequential manner. The structure it follows takes the shape of the letter V. This model is also popularly termed as a Verification and Validation model.

                       

                      SDLC Waterfall Model

                      Waterfall model is a traditional SDLC model which will be discussed in this chapter. It is a straightforward and basic structure which can be easily understandable by software developers and testers. It is the first model of SDLC to be introduced for software development.

                        Security in REST Architecture

                        It is too essential to preserve the security of a RESTful service like the way a website needs to be kept secure. In this tutorial, we will go through different paths and design principles to secure Restful Web Services.

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