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First goal of Every Hacker:
A wifi can't be hacked easily!
It is not a cakewalk!
But connecting to a public wifi is much easier!
We all are aware about it,
You can be hacked or any hacker can spy you!
How to get safe?
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What Is Public Wi-Fi?
Public Wi-Fi can be found in popular public places like airports, coffee shops, malls, restaurants, and hotels — and it allows you to access the Internet for free. These “hotspots” are so widespread and common that people frequently connect to them without thinking twice. Although it sounds harmless to log on and check your social media account or browse some news articles, reading e-mail, checking your bank account, or performing any activity that requires a login is risky business on public Wi-Fi.
What Are The Risks Of Using A Public Wi-Fi?
The problem with public Wi-Fi is that there are a tremendous number of risks that go along with these networks. While business owners may believe they’re providing a valuable service to their customers, chances are the security on these networks is lax or nonexistent.
📱Man in the Middle Attacks
One of the most common threats on these networks is called a Man in the Middle (MitM) attack. Essentially, a MitM attack is a form of eavesdropping. When a computer makes a connection to the Internet, data is sent from point A (computer) to point B (service/website), and vulnerabilities can allow an attacker to get in between these transmissions and “read” them. So what you thought was private no longer is.
Encryption means that the messages that are sent between your computer and the wireless router are in the form of a “secret code,” so that they cannot be read by anyone who doesn’t have the key to decipher the code. Most routers are shipped from the factory with encryption turned off by default, and it must be turned on when the network is set up. If an IT professional sets up the network, then chances are good that encryption has been enabled. However, there is no surefire way to tell if this has happened.
Thanks to software vulnerabilities, there are also ways that attackers can slip malware onto your computer without you even knowing. A software vulnerability is a security hole or weakness found in an operating system or software program. Hackers can exploit this weakness by writing code to target a specific vulnerability, and then inject the malware onto your device.
📱Snooping & Sniffing
Wi-Fi snooping and sniffing is what it sounds like. Cybercriminals can buy special software kits and even devices to help assist them with eavesdropping on Wi-Fi signals. This technique can allow the attackers to access everything that you are doing online — from viewing whole webpages you have visited (including any information you may have filled out while visiting that webpage) to being able to capture your login credentials, and even being able to hijack your accounts.
These “rogue access points” trick victims into connecting to what they think is a legitimate network because the name sounds reputable. Say you’re staying at the Goodnyght Inn and want to connect to the hotel’s Wi-Fi. You may think you’re selecting the correct one when you click on “GoodNyte Inn,” but you haven’t. Instead, you’ve just connected to a rogue hotspot set up by cybercriminals who can now view your sensitive information.
Two Types of Public Wi-Fi
There are basically two kinds of public Wi-Fi networks: secured and unsecured.
An unsecured network can be connected to within range and without any type of security feature like a password or login. Conversely, a secured network requires a user to agree to legal terms, register an account, or type in a password before connecting to the network. It may also require a fee or store purchase to gain access to the password or network.
Regardless of the connection type, you should always use public Wi-Fi with caution.
How To Surf Safely On Public WiFi ?
🔴 A free Wi-Fi connection can seem like a lifesaver when you’re on the go. Public Wi-Fi can be found in popular public places like airports, coffee shops, malls, restaurants, and hotels — and it allows you to access the Internet for free. Of course, we all know jumping on a free Internet connection can be a convenient way to access online accounts, catch up on work, and check emails while on the go. These “hotspots” are so widespread and common that people frequently connect to them without thinking twice. However, the security risks should not be forgotten.
🔴 If you decide to use public Wi-Fi, just be aware that you could be making yourself an easy target for hackers — and putting your information and more at risk. Although it sounds harmless to log on and check your social media account or browse some news articles, reading e-mail, checking your bank account, or performing any activity that requires a login is risky business on public Wi-Fi.
🔴 The average free public Wi-Fi isn’t secure and just because you may need a password to log in, it doesn’t mean your online activities are encrypted. Various reasons make public Wi-Fi susceptible to attack. One issue has to do with the encryption protocol used by some wireless networks. Another reason has to do with the possibility of joining a rogue Wi-Fi hotspot.
🔴 While the best way to protect your information is to avoid accessing sensitive information or performing sensitive transactions when connected to public Wi-Fi, there are additional measures you should be aware of. These articles can help you learn more about the risks and what else you can do to be safe when surfing on Wi-Fi anywhere.
Most Common typ Scam of 2day
What Are Internet Scams?
Internet scams are different methodologies of Fraud, facilitated by cybercriminals on the Internet. Scams can happen in a myriad of ways- via phishing emails, social media, SMS messages on your mobile phone, fake tech support phone calls, scareware and more. The main purpose of these types of scams can range from credit card theft, capturing user login and password credentials and even identity theft.
Most Common Types of Online Scams
The top online scam today is Phishing. Internet thieves prey on unsuspecting users by sending out phishing emails. In these emails, a cybercriminal tries to trick you into believing you are logging into a trusted website that you normally do business with. This could be a bank, your social media account, an online shopping website, shipping companies, cloud storage companies and more.
Another type of popular phishing scam is the Nigerian Prince, or 419 scam. These are phishing emails in which you’re asked to help bring large sums of money into the country, cash phony money orders or wire money to the thief. The trick is that the scammer first asks you for a small fee because the larger sum of money is “tied up” whether it be in wire transfer fees, processing fees or some other tall tale.
One close to our industry is fake security software, which is also known as scareware. These start with a pop up warning saying that you have a virus. Then the popup leads the user to believe that if they click on the link, the infection will get cleaned up.Cybercriminals use the promise of “Free Anti-Virus” to instead implant malware on a victim’s device.
Social Media Scams
Social media scams are a variety of posts you will see in your news feeds- all with the goal of getting you to click on a link that could potentially be hosting malware.
Mobile scams can come in many forms, but the most common are phishing apps. These apps are designed to look like the real thing, just like phishing emails. It is exactly the same premise, however, instead of emails, the malware is passed through a fake app.
Social Engineering Scams
Social engineering is a way that cybercriminals use human-to-human interaction in order to get the user to divulge sensitive information. Since social engineering is based on human nature and emotional reactions, there are many ways that attackers can try to trick you- online and offline.
The online world is becoming every child’s favorite playground. With more children accessing the Internet with different devices, they are learning and growing more each day. When used appropriately the cyber world can be your child’s portal to achieve great things.
While every parent wants their child to have access to the latest and best information, they also know that safety is paramount.
How can parents help their child?
Learning is not limited to children alone. It is important for parents to know what is out there. With the launch of new apps and social media sites, children are exposed to new things – things with the potential to make or break them. As a parent, it is best to stay fortified with all the information there is know about emerging threats, the latest school yard jargon and ways to deal with issues that emerge as a result of cyber behavior.
Note- For Educational purposes onlyNot Recommended To Use Without Some Safety Measure 😉
The dark web is the World Wide Web content that exists on darknets: overlay networks that use the Internet but require specific software, configurations, or authorization to access. Through the dark web, private computer networks can communicate and conduct business anonymously without divulging identifying information, such as a user’s location. The dark web forms a small part of the deep web, the part of the Web not indexed by web search engines, although sometimes the term deep web is mistakenly used to refer specifically to the dark web.
The darknets which constitute the dark web include small, friend-to-friend peer-to-peer networks, as well as large, popular networks such as Tor, Freenet, I2P, and Riffle operated by public organizations and individuals. Users of the dark web refer to the regular web as Clearnet due to its unencrypted nature. The Tor dark web or onionland uses the traffic anonymization technique of onion routing under the network’s top-level domain suffix .onion.
The dark web has often been confused with the deep web, the parts of the web not indexed (searchable) by search engines. The term Dark Web first emerged in 2009, however, it is unknown when the actual dark web first emerged. Many internet users only use the surface web, data that can be accessed by a typical Google browser. The dark web forms a small part of the deep web, but requires custom software in order to access its content. This confusion dates back to at least 2009. Since then, especially in reporting on Silk Road, the two terms have often been conflated, despite recommendations that they should be distinguished.
The Dark Web, also known as Darknet websites, are accessible only through networks such as Tor (“The Onion Routing” project) that are created specifically for the Dark Web. Tor browser and Tor-accessible sites are widely used among the darknet users and can be identified by the domain “.onion”. Tor browsers create encrypted entry points and pathways for the user, allowing their Dark Web searches and actions to be anonymous.
Identities and locations of darknet users stay anonymous and cannot be tracked due to the layered encryption system. The darknet encryption technology routes users’ data through a large number of intermediate servers, which protects the users’ identity and guarantees anonymity. The transmitted information can be decrypted only by a subsequent node in the scheme, which leads to the exit node. The complicated system makes it almost impossible to reproduce the node path and decrypt the information layer by layer. Due to the high level of encryption, websites are not able to track geolocation and IP of their users, and users are not able to get this information about the host. Thus, communication between darknet users is highly encrypted allowing users to talk, blog, and share files confidentially.
This anonymity also creates a forum for illegal activity which is what the Dark Web is most associated with. Authorities have reported the trade of child pornography, drug related crime, illegal financing of pornography relating to children, violence, and animals. A Dark Web market-place, also known as a crypto-market, operates by selling illegal goods such as drugs, weapons, and financial fraud related products and information.
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What Is The Viral Message?
All claims being made in this message are fake. WhatsApp has not announced any such update yet. You already know that one tick after message is sent, two ticks after delivery and two blues after read. Apart from this, all the claims being made in the message are rumoured. Let me tell you clearly that you will continue to see gray and blue ticks as before. If you have also received this kind of message, delete it and do not spread the rumor by forwarding it to anyone.
All kinds of false and true messages are viral on social media everyday. Many times the wrong messages about the same on the same platform start going viral. This time something similar has happened with WhatsApp. A message about WhatsApp is being viral on WhatsApp itself. In this message that is going viral on WhatsApp, it is being claimed that Red Tick will also be seen in WhatsApp, which means that the government is in control of your message and it is reading your message. Let’s know about the truth of this message.
Claims being made in viral messages
“New communication rules for WhatsApp and phone calls will come into effect from tomorrow: –
01. All calls will be recorded.
02. All call recordings will be saved.
03. WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and all social media will be monitored.
04. Tell those who do not know.
05. Your equipment will be connected to the ministry system.
06. Be careful not to send the wrong message to anyone.
07. Tell your children, brothers, relatives, friends, acquaintances that you should take care of them and rarely run social sites.
08. Do not send any of your posts or videos … to the government or the Prime Minister on politics or the current situation.
09. Presently writing or sending messages on any political or religious issue is a crime … Doing so can lead to arrest without warrant.
10. Police will issue notifications … then cybercrime … then action will be taken, it is very serious.
1 1. Please all of you, group members, administrators, … Please consider this topic.
12. Be careful not to send the wrong message and tell everyone and take care of the subject.
13. Please share it.
Groups should be more aware and cautious
Group members need to know important information about WhatsApp …
Information of Varil on WhatsApp
* 1. 4 = Message sent *
* 2. ✔✔ = Message reached *
* 3. Two blue = Message * Read
* 4. Three blue = * Government took notice on the message
* 5. Two blue and one red ✔✔✔ = Government can take action against you *
* 6. One blue and two red = Government is investigating your information *
* 7. Three red ✔✔✔ = Government has started action against you and you will get court summons soon. *
Become a responsible citizen and share it with your friends. The
important thing is to send it to the next group soon… ”
What is the truth of this viral message
So far, there is no confirmation on whether there will be a Facebook ban, Instagram ban or Twitter ban in India. However, sources have revealed the Centre is not happy with the lackadaisical response from these platforms and has warned that failure to comply with the rules would lead to the companies losing their status and protection as Intermediaries. In some cases, it may also render these companies liable for criminal action as per the existing laws of India.
With social media platforms failing to comply with new rules, several have questioned whether there can be an Instagram ban, Facebook or Twitter ban in India.
Is It Is Confirm That SOCIAL MEDIA GAINTS will be Banned 🚫. Click here to know
The future of several top social media platforms has come under contention after government sources revealed that the Tech giants owning these platforms had failed to comply with India’s new social media rules rolled out in February. Big names such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have failed to meet certain deadlines under the Centre’s new IT rules. This has led to several questioning whether there can be an Instagram ban, Facebook or Twitter ban in India.Continue reading “New IT Rules explained: What Facebook, Twitter, Instagram need to change to avoid ban”
Rumours on Tuesday shook the internet that social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter will be banned in India fropm May 26. The Government had on February 25, 2021 gave social media companies three-month time to comply to comprehensive guidelines issued. The deadline to accept the guidelines set by the government was supposed to end on May 25 but so far none of the platforms including WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter has complied with the new regulations. This result in a storm on the internet that these platforms will stop working from Wednesday. However, nothing happened. This left netizens go bonkers with hilarious memes and trolls.
Picking up hilarious Bollywood dialogues that justify the situation to coming up with creative GIFs, netizens flooded the internet with memes on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp ban in India. Have a look-
As per the new rules announced by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, the social media platforms will have to appoint compliance officers from India. The officer will overlook the complaints, monitor the content and remove it if it is objectionable. Such rules are not only applicable to social media platforms but also to OTT platforms.
Except one Indian social media company, Koo, sources said that none of the top social media intermediaries have appointed a resident grievance officer, a chief compliance officer and a nodal contact person yet.
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