Knowledgebase Archive

Social Engineering Attacks

  There are many definitions of Social Engineering that I have come across. All the definitions have agreed upon the following: Social Engineering is

MPLS Security: What makes MPLS networks secure? (Part 2)

In my previous article I had discussed MPLS security. You can read my previous post ‘MPLS Security: What makes MPLS networks secure?‘ before reading this.

MPLS Security: What makes MPLS networks secure?

Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is becoming a more widespread technology. Medium and Large Organizations, whose offices are spread across various geographical locations are

Smartphone and Safety

Smart Phones are the hot cakes in todays generation. Newer technologies evolve everyday and has now brought the whole world in our pocket. As

Right to Freedom of Speech vs Section 66A IPC

Expressing your own feelings is a way of Speech, at times. The feeling may be of anger, resentment, happiness or of love-one needs to

Aaron Swartz: To go out innocent

The news worldwide has been abuzz lately with the sudden and unexpected death by suicide of Internet grand stander Aaron Swartz of Reddit fame.

Protect your Profile from being used in Facebook Advertisements

There has been some rumors that Facebook will share the Profile name and Images for Advertising with third parties without the consent of the

How secure is your password!!!

Have you ever wondered if  you are secure when you are entering your credentials in your favorite social networking site or while checking your

Access Unprotected Webcams Online!!

Have you ever wondered if all the web cams around the world are secure? After you read this you will say no. This is

Songs.pk blocked in India

After a series of crackdown on sites hosting illegal contents it was time for the famous music download website ‘songs.pk’. On 27th January 2012,

Information Security for Valentines Day

Valentines Day is finally here. It is a golden day for cyber criminals who succeed in playing with emotions of thousands and people. So

Implementing knockd in Ubuntu

knockd is a port-knock server. It listens to all traffic on an ethernet (or PPP) interface, looking for special “knock” sequences of port-hits. A