Black Hat Services
Have you ever really wondered what Black Hat Hackers do? Here is a quick summary, just to give you an idea.
Unauthorized Access: Black hat hackers attempt to gain unauthorized access to computer systems, networks, websites, or individual accounts.
Exploiting Vulnerabilities: They search for vulnerabilities in software, operating systems, or websites to exploit them for their gain.
Data Breaches: Black hat hackers target databases and steal sensitive information such as personal data, financial records, or intellectual property.
Malware Distribution: They create and distribute malicious software like viruses, worms, or Trojans to compromise systems and steal information.
Denial-of-Service (DoS) Attacks: Black hat hackers overload target systems or networks with traffic, making them inaccessible to legitimate users.
Phishing Attacks: They create deceptive emails, messages, or websites to trick individuals into providing sensitive information like passwords or credit card details.
Identity Theft: Black hat hackers may steal personal information to impersonate others or commit fraud.
Ransomware: They encrypt a victim's files or systems and demand a ransom in exchange for restoring access.
Social Engineering: Black hat hackers manipulate individuals through psychological tactics to gain access to confidential information or system credentials.
Botnet Creation: They build networks of infected computers, known as botnets, to launch coordinated attacks or carry out spam campaigns.
Android / iOS Exploitation
Android / iOS Exploitation: Hackers can gain access to mobile devices and render them useless, extract and report the data, or monitor the devices for as long as they are active and have an internet connectin.
Reputation Management: Often times businesses or individuals are affected by information found online. SOme comanies will pay hackers to suppress competitors from advancing.