Whatsapp Hacking is an interesting topic where all are interested to know in details. Today we will unleash the real details and how a hacker can conduct a watsapp hacking remotely and you will not be aware of it. Black hat hackers are always one step ahead of finding out the flaws in a software and so does they have done it now. Mobile phone or the new generation smart phone have made common people live easy but at the same time had made their privacy at stake. Every now and then you will find out news of hacking where either an organizational confidential data had been breached or a common person privacy had been compromised. Whatsapp is very commonly used social media tool. Almost 95% of peoples in all over world use whatsapp. Indian Cyber Security Solutions will explain you how hackers can hack into your watsapp accounts. We are explaining it details so you be well aware this can happen to you so be cautious.
Steps for whatsapp hacking
Step 1. You need to have the victim android phone with you for few min.
Step 2. Navigate to the SD card or the internal memory location where the whatsapp folder is located and then move to the database option.
Step 3. Search for “mgstore-yyyy..dd..db.crypt” & “msgstore.db.crypt” files
Step 4. Copy the above mentioned files and paste it into your PC or your Cell phone
Top 5 hacking software which are available for free. You can use them without paying a single rupee. These hacking software’s are used all over the globe. IT security professionals do use them. There are many paid and licensed version hacking software used by MNCs but it is highly important for aspiring candidates who aim to work as a cyber security professionals to use these top 5 hacking software to become a pro ethical hacker and be eligible to work in a MNC.
Due to huge rise in demand for ethical hackers around the globe students are going for ethical hacking training from different institutes. With an average salary of 64,000/- INR (source indeed.com, naukri.com) there is a huge shift of student interest from traditional academics to cyber security courses in India.
Hacking Tools – Top 5 list:
Nmap is a open source software used for network exploitation. This hacking tool was designed to scan large networks. Nmap uses IP packets to find out what hosts are available in the network , what service or application they are using, what are the operating systems are running on the hosts machine, what firewall they are using and many more. This hacking tool helps the attacker to have a clear picture about the network and gather information before the hacker can select the victim and attack. This is a great tool to be used widely by hackers for information gathering.
Maltego is an open source forensics tool that helps in information gathering to paint a picture of cyber threats around you. Maltego is a great hacker tool that analyzes the real world links between people, companies, websites, domains, DNS names, IP addresses, documents and whatnot. Based on Java, this tool runs in an easy-to-use graphical interface with lost customization options while scanning.
Social Engineer tool kit
This hacking tool is used to simulate multiple social engineering attack phishing, credential harvesting etc. This hacking tool was featured on Mr. Robot. As you must be aware that Python programming language is highly used in developing hacking tool and this is the greatest example of those. It is a python driven tool which automates the attack and generates false emails, malicious webpages and many more. This hacking tool deserve a 3rd spot among the top 10 hacking software in 2016.
Nessus Vulnerability scanner
Nessus is the most popular vulnerability scanner of all time. Using this hacking tool you can scan multiple types of vulnerabilities that include remote access flaw detection, misconfiguration alert, denial of services against TCP/IP stack, preparation of PCI DSS audits, malware detection, sensitive data searches etc. To launch a dictionary attack, Nessus can also call a popular tool Hydra externally. Nessus could be used to scan multiple networks on IPv4, IPv6 and hybrid networks. You can set scheduled scan to run at your chosen time and re-scan all or a subsection of previously scanned hosts using selective host re-scanning.
Metasploit widely known and popular as a collection of exploit tools. This hacking tool is having more than 20,000 users and contributors which helps it to have a huge database of exploits . As a penetration tester, it pin points the vulnerabilities with Nexpose closed–loop integration using Top Remediation reports. Using the open source Metasploit framework, users can build their own tools and take the best out of this multi-purpose hacking tool.
Email Phishing scam does the trick for the Hacker.
Email phishing is a very old technique used by hackers to get the log in credentials of the victim. On September 23rd 2016 a man hacked into iCloud and Gmail accounts of 30 celebrities in Loss Angeles. As per the report the hacker conducted the email phishing scam trough his computer from Chicago.
Mr. Edward Majerczyk the man behind the email phishing scam has pleaded guilty to computer fraud in federal court on 28th of September 2016. He had been charged and found guilt on violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and faces a maximum of five years in prison.
Edward had spoofed emails using mail id’s – email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. He had inserted a phishing link into the mail body and asked the victims to click on the link which redirected to a website which is a clone of apple iCloud login page.
All the passwords were available to Edward within few seconds. He had carried the same scam to get the login credentials of Gmail accounts from the victims. He used this credentials to get access to the victims personal files and steal videos and photographs.
Email spoofing and phishing had increased in recent past. Hackers are gaining access to individuals personal data and are hacking into social media accounts. Demand for cyber security experts is expected to rise heavily in the global market as corporate espionage’s have increased. Ethical Hackers are in huge demand with challenging and dynamic job available in the market engineering students across the globe are getting themselves trained in cyber security.
Android Ransomware is not new to the world and it had infected many android devices in the recent past but a new version of Ransomware is much more powerful. Attacks on android devices had increased heavily as more sensitive data is now stored in the small portable device which is very user friendly. Ransomware which were used to attack android devices earlier use to lock the screen using a hardcoded password but android penetration testers were able to unlock the device by performing reverse engineering. However the new Android Ransomware had made it impossible to perform reverse engineering as it is using pseudorandom passcodes. Due to this act victims are forced to pay the ransom.
WHAT IS PSEUDORANDOM PASSCODES ?
Pseudorandom passcode is a custom System Error message window which appears on every visible user interface of the infected android device. The Android Ransomware also displays message through this window asking the victim / user to interact with the attacker to unlock the android device.
In the previous Android Ransomware hardcode the passcode that unlock the android device is the samples code but the new version replaces this code with a pseudorandom numbers. Pseudorandom numbers are randomly generated numbers either 6 digit or 8 digit .
Numbers generated by the new Android Ransomware Pseudorandom is unique for every individual android device as the base number is acquired with the “Maths.Random()” function. The customized lock screen which is created by the system error message is also providing admin privileges which is used by the attacker to change the PIN of the normal lock screen. Malware Analyst had been working hard to counter this threat and using the same technique as used in the previous Android Ransomware attack.
This new Ransomware attack is expected to attack more than 32,0981 android devices within the end of October 2016.