A program that appears desirable, but actually contains something harmful
A way of getting into a guarded system without using the required password
A program or algorithm that replicates itself over a computer network and usually performs malicious actions
Sending and receiving unauthorized information or data by using a protocol, service, or server to transmit info in a way in which it was not intended to be used
Netcat is a more powerful version of Snort and can be used for network monitoring and data acquisition. This program enables you to dump the traffic on a network. It can also be used to print out the headers of packets on a network interface that matches a given expression.
Netcat is called the TCP/IP Swiss army knife. It works with Windows and Linux and can read and write data across network connections using TCP or UDP.
Netcat is called the TCP/IP Swiss army knife. It is a simple Linux-only utility that reads and writes data across network connections using TCP or UDP.
Netcat is called the TCP/IP Swiss army knife. It is a simple windows only utility that reads and writes data across network connections using TCP or UDP.
Restore from a recent backup
Remove any entries from the Windows startup folder
Use a third party tool with a verified fingerprint
It captures all keystrokes entered after the system starts up
It captues login usernames and password that are entered at system startup
It is a hardware keystroke capture program
It's a password trojan that emails password and usernames to a predetermined email address
Forwards email on the remote server to the hacker's computer on port 25
Opens up a netcat listener on the local computer on port 25
Allows the hacker to use a victim's mail server to send spam
Blocks all incoming traffic on port 25
It is a virus
It is similar to Netstat and can report running processes and ports
It is a remote-control Trojan
It is a redirector. Remediation link - Cover communications
No password has been set
The password has been shadowed
The password is not visible because you are not logged in as root
The password is not in this file; it is in the SAM
The IP addres, the subnet mask, and the default gateway
The IP address, the hostname, and any alias
The IP address and status of approved or denied addresses
The IP address, the mask, and the deny or allow statement
A binary value
The 100th users created
The user ID
The group ID
This command scans for NIC's in promiscuous mode
The command will detach Ettercap from the console and log all sniffed password
This command tells Ettercap to do a text mode man-in-the-middle attack
This command will check to see if someone else is performing ARP poisoning
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