The world is becoming smaller and smaller by the day. Thanks to technology, we are now able to achieve so much by doing so little – sounds confusing, right? Technology has become so advanced it has overcome many of the limitations we faced back then. Computer servers have a big role in making all these things happen. They have grown so big and far important in our daily life without us really knowing.
Technically, servers respond to requests issued by another computer program known as the client. While most of us concern ourselves with the mundane issues of life and the occasional computer glitches, cyber hackers all over the world worry about stealing precious data by hacking the computer servers themselves or use it to harass certain people for money. They often target the computer’s software first to be able to access the server and wreak havoc. The crimes can be petty but some can be huge and affect a great number of people.
With the arrest of two people, Delhi Police have cracked a case wherein computer servers were allegedly hacked during the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), held to admit students into postgraduate medical courses in December, 2016. Raids are also being held in Delhi, Bengaluru, Bihar and other cities to nab the rest of the accused, which include some doctors, police said. Police said the arrested persons have been identified as Abhishek Singh, a native of Varanasi, and Atul Vats, a native of Patna.
“Police received information on January 20 that some people cracked the online medical entrance examination, held between December 5 and December 13, after hacking the servers. With the help of technical surveillance, police identified the accused and teams were formed to unearth the conspiracy,” police sources said, adding that a case has been registered following a complaint by Inspector Ashish Kumar, who was the leading the investigation team before Inspector Lokendra Chauhan took over.
Criminals would go to great lengths to make a living even at the expense of others. Nothing can stop them no matter how advanced the data security that is in place because they’ll get past it no matter what. Hacking attacks have been far too common nowadays and they not only target individual victims but even big servers as well.
The exploits target a variety of Windows servers and Windows operating systems, including Windows 7 and Windows 8. Hickey was able to test out exploits in his UK firm's lab and confirmed they "work just as they are described."
The Shadow Brokers is a group of anonymous hackers that published hacking tools used by the NSA last year. Last Saturday, the group returned and published a batch of NSA exploits it had previously tried, and failed, to sell. This Friday's release contains more serious exploits. The releases are published with strange and misspelled blog posts, and recent posts have been critical of the Trump administration. The group complained about the lack of media coverage of its release last Saturday.
Both the government and private organizations are at risk and getting servers hacked is no laughing matter either. Issues of espionage, terrorism, destabilization, and many others are just some of the reasons for this terrible crime. It may seem harmless to you but the repercussions are disastrous when these cyber criminals are not stopped.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order aimed at modernizing and improving the nation's computer networks.
Trump's homeland security adviser Tom Bossert says the order will help keep the U.S. safer from cybersecurity risks. Among the new requirements is that agency heads must be accountable for implementing risk management measures.
Since cyber security is such a pressing and sensitive issue, the US government has decided to intervene and are now taking this initiative for the safety and security of everyone on land. I’m sure you are all aware of the terrorist threats all over the globe. And they’re not just empty threats because they have committed unspeakable crimes that deserve no mercy. Considering that there are different servers out there, different solutions are also needed to fix specific issues. Check this link to learn more about Dell RAID server data recovery http://www.harddriverecovery.org/raidcenter/dell_poweredge_data_recovery.html, of course, with our expert assistance. For HP Proliant Server Recovery, this link comes in handy http://www.harddriverecovery.org/raidcenter/hp-proliant-data-recovery.html including our helping hand.
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