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Online Ethical Hacking Course (Android Hacking Tips) -2019

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With these hacking tips, hack your neighbor's Wifi code and do much more.www.hackercomputerschool.com  Learn Online ethical hacking with us Smartphones are no longer limited to the simple role of calling and sending text messages. With the advent of social media, the digital age has become more empowered. There is a lot more information circulating in the world and everything is being loopholed by this upcoming digital savvy generation. The mentioned hacks in this article are capable of such possibilities that are sure to surprise you. 1. How To Unlock Lock Screen Android Have you locked yourself out of your Android screen? While there are many Android hacks such as through the factory reset or other tools in a PC, this special little trick is the best Android hack for Android 5 Lollipop that uses Android’s own security bug to unlock your locked Android screen.
Steps to follow: Firstly, ring your emergency dial as many times as you can, until you reach the maximum limit.Copy…

Happy Christmas And New year 2019 - Hacker Computer School

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Online Ethical Hacking Course

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exploitable: The ‘exploitable’ GDB plugin

Online Ethical Hacking/CEH/CEHv10/CEEH (Certified Expert Ethical Hacker) Training  GDB ‘exploitable’ plugin The ‘exploitable’ plugin (exploitable/exploitable.py) ‘exploitable’ is a GDB extension that classifies Linux application bugs by severity. The extension inspects the state of a Linux application that has crashed and outputs a summary of how difficult it might be for an attacker to exploit the underlying software bug to gain control of the system. The extension can be used to prioritize bugs for software developers so that they can address the most severe ones first.
The extension implements a GDB command called ‘exploitable’. The command uses heuristics to describe the exploitability of the state of the application that is currently being debugged in GDB. The command is designed to be used on Linux platforms and versions of GDB that include the GDB Python API. Note that the command will not operate correctly on core file targets at this time.
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MCExtractor v1.24.2 r92 releases: Intel, AMD, VIA & Freescale Microcode Extraction Tool

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MC Extractor is a tool which parses Intel, AMD, VIA and Freescale processor microcode binaries. It can be used by end-users who are looking for all relevant microcode information such as CPUID, Platform, Version, Date, Release, Size, Checksum etc. It is capable of converting Intel microcode containers (dat, inc, h, txt) to binary images for BIOS integration, detecting new/unknown microcodes, checking microcode health, Updated/Outdated status and more. MC Extractor can be also used as a research analysis tool with multiple structures which allow, among others, full parsing & information display of all documented or not microcode Headers. Moreover, with the help of its extensive database, MC Extractor is capable of uniquely categorizing all supported microcodes as well as check for any microcodes which have not been stored at the Microcode Repositories yet.

A1. MC Extractor Features
Supports all current & legacy Microcodes from 1995 and onwardScans for all Intel, AMD,…