A Bit of Hacking Techniques for Vulnerable Subdomain

  • M. S. U. Osagie Benson Idahosa University, Benin City
  • A. J. Osagie
Keywords: Application, Data, Domain, Hacking, Networks, Vulnerability

Abstract

Hacking as it is popularly called is an official phrase for unauthorised access to a network/data. However, there are different methods used in gaining access to a designated network; hence, this paper explained a few hacker’s intent using classified commercially available tools and techniques to expose the vulnerability of data and applications within networks. It also explained few simple ways of gaining access to a network without really having the key technical ability.

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Published
2021-04-25
How to Cite
Osagie, M. S. U., & Osagie, A. J. (2021). A Bit of Hacking Techniques for Vulnerable Subdomain. Journal of Advances in Computing, Communications and Information Technology, 1, 1-7. https://doi.org/10.37121/jaccit.v1.133
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Review Article