Kali Linux: Hacker’s Favorite Operating System

Kali Linux

WHAT IS KALI LINUX? Kali Linux is a Debian-based Linux distribution designed for digital forensics and penetration testing.It is developed, funded and maintained by Offensive Security Ltd. Mati Aharoni, Devon Kearns, and Raphaël Hertzog are the core developers. HOW THE KALI LINUX DIFFERS FROM OTHER LINUX DISTRIBUTION? Kali Linux is a distribution designed for penetration testing in that it ships with a whole bunch of different tools for hacking and security testing. Most of the same tools are available on other distributions; it’s just that Kali comes with these tools…

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How Much You Know About Ram(Random Access Memory )

WHAT IS RAM? RAM(Random Access Memory) is the memory which exists on the computer hardware where the operating system ,application program, and most random  access data are  kept so that they can easily reach  by device processor. The data on the random access memory can be read, written, and erased any number of times. WHAT IS A USE OF RAM? When the computer is in running state the RAM is used by CPU to store information that is frequently used,  but it does not store any information permanently. So, RAM has…

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APDoS attacks | The new emerging threat.

APDoS Attacks

For companies and website owners, DDoS attacks are a major headache. Each year thousands of them take place and with the easy availability of open-source tools they’re becoming ever more common. After the Dyn cyber attacks that took place in October, companies are taking DDoS much more seriously and investing more in containing a potential DDoS attack. There is, however, another DoS threat against whom most companies are thoroughly ill-equipped to fight against.We are talking about APDoS attacks. What is APDoS attack? APDoS stands for Advanced Persistent Denial-of-Service attack. As…

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Top 5 Biggest Tech Flops

Top 5Tech Flops

  New is not always better and these products are proof of that. Welcome to slackerguy.com and today we are counting the Top 5 Biggest Tech Flops. For this list we are looking at the gadgets and the gizmos that failed to garner consumer attention or demands and as a result became a commodity fail for the brands that designed them.    JooJoo ( 2010 ) The JooJoo was a Linux-based tablet computer. It was produced by Singapore development studio Fusion Garage. Originally, Fusion Garage was working with Michael Arrington to release it as the CrunchPad, but in November…

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Bendable Battery May Power Future Wearable Devices, Smartphones

  The bendable battery could be used in wearable devices such as smartwatches, fitness bands, and smart clothing. CREDIT GOES TO Courtesy of Panasonic A new bendable lithium-ion battery that can flex and twist could power wearable devices and one day is used to develop a flexible smartphone, according to Panasonic, which is developing the new battery. Although it’s still in the early stages of development, the battery already has been tested to withstand twists, bends, and other deformations while maintaining its ability to hold a charge, according to Panasonic….

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BLUE BRAIN: A Step Ahead

Blue Brain

  The human brain,the most valuable creation of God.The man is called intelligent because of the brain.But we lose the knowledge when the body is destroyed after the death. “BLUE BRAIN”-The name of the world’s first virtual brain.Means that a machine can function as the human brain. What is the Blue Brain? The IBM is now developing a virtual brain known as the Blue brain. It would be the world’s first virtual brain. Within 30 years, we will be able to scan ourselves into the computers. We can say it as Virtual…

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Hate Parallel Parking? New ‘RearVision’ Camera and App Can Help

Pearlauto for Parallel Parking

  If you hate parallel parking, or if you tend to avoid backing into spots at all costs, a new wireless camera that uses your smartphone as its display could help.  THE CREDIT GOES TO PearlAuto.com  The new backup camera for cars, dubbed Rear vision, is powered by solar energy and uses Wifi or Bluetooth to connect with your phone. The device also will be the first backup camera to update itself automatically to get better over time, according to Pearl Automation, the Silicon Valley-based company developing the gadget.  Backup…

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BSNL To Offer Free Voice Calls-2017 New Year’s Present.

BSNL Free voice call Offer

BSNL has planned to provide free voice calls to its users in the coming New Year 2017, after Reliance Jio’s Welcome Offer has brought a new revolution… BSNL Free Voice Calls Offer BSNL Telecom company has promised that they will be offering free voice calls tariff plans in the coming New Year. In an interview with The Times of India on 04th Nov 2016 Anupam Shrivastava, managing director of BSNL assured that BSNL will start the Free voice calls offer in January 2017. What’s new in BSNL Offer? BSNL has…

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SEND PASSWORD SECURELY THROUGH YOUR BODY INSTEAD OF WIFI

Send Password via Body

In this technology, we can use a smartphone just like to send a secure password through the human body and can open an electronic smart lock easily. THE CREDIT GOES TO: STONE/UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON  Rather than rely on easily hack WiFi or Bluetooth signal, Researchers have developed a system that uses the human body like a securely transmit password. Computer Scientist and Electrical Engineers have developed a way to replay the signal from a fingerprint scanner or touch-pad through the body to a receiving device that is also in contact…

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DDoS Explained !!

DDoS Explained

  DDoS The 2016 Dyn cyber attack that took place on October 21 is being said to be the biggest-ever cyber attack on the internet’s infrastructure. The type of attack – DDoS or Distributed Denial of Service.  As those involved in cyber security already know, DDoS nowadays, are pretty common and are relatively simple to implement. So, how can something so common and simple to do be used to stage an attack as big as Dyn attacks? Let’s find out. What is DoS and DDoS? DDoS stands for Distributed Denial…

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