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Analysis of Ethical Hacking Methodology to Protect the Computer Networks

E. N. Ganesh


One of the quickest developing regions in network security, and surely a region that creates a lot of conversation is that of moral hacking. The condition of safety on the web is exceptionally poor. Robbery is an act in which a person tries to fall into the trap of self-interest or self-satisfaction such as openness. As open and private organizations move a large number of their core capabilities or applications, for example, the electronic business, exhibition and set of web acceptance data, then, at times, offenders have a large open door and access to data that touches the web application. There is therefore a need to protect the framework from the disruption of the producer-generated crime to advance the people who will bring back the illegal attacks on our structures. So moral hacking is an evaluation to test and really look at data innovation climate for conceivable failure points and weaknesses. Moral hacking depicts the most common way of hacking an organization in a moral manner, consequently with great intensions this paper portrays what moral hacking is, what it can do, a moral hacking strategy too as certain apparatuses which can be utilized for a moral hack.


Vulnerabilities, hacker, cracker, port, intrusion, compatibility.

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