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Ethical hacking @ Appin Naya Tola Patna

Posted last July 2, 2012, 5:35 am in Services report article

Appin Technology Labs, currently a network of 110+ training labs provides comprehensive training in Information Security, Ethical Hacking  and related technology areas including Embedded Robotics, Programming (Microsoft .NET, Java), Networks, Database and has been operating training centers across India, Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, South America and Middle East. Appin also runs online training programs in North America, Western Europe and Australia. We are among top 5 IT professional training companies and the best in its category by the popular The Week magazine.

What is Ethical Hacking? Ethical hacking, takes place with the explicit permission of the company whose system is being attacked. Ethical hacking, often performed by white hats or skilled computer experts  using them for defensive purposes, In other words is the use of programming skills to determine vulnerabilities in computer systems While the Non-Ethical Hacker or black hat exploits these vulnerabilities for mischief, personal gain or other reasons resorting to malicious or destructive activities. The Ethical Hacker evaluates them, points them out, and may suggest changes to systems that make them less likely to be penetrated by black hats. The word hacking has strongly negative connotations, and, for the most part, rightly so. But ethical hacking is much different. It takes place with the explicit permission of the company whose system is being attacked. In fact, their “good guy” role is underscored by the nickname “White Hat” Ethical Hackers have been given. The nickname is a throwback to old Westerns where the good cowboys could be identified by their white hats. This work is ethical because it is performed to increase the safety of the computer systems.