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Seven Habits Of Highly Malicious Hackers


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Posted 21 May 2007 - 12:21 AM

MAY 18, 2007 | You can't defend against the cyber enemy if you don't know his movements or how he thinks.

Sanjay Bavisi, president of security certification, training, and education organization EC-Council, at Interop Las Vegas next week will demonstrate step-by-step how a typical black-hat hacker executes an attack -- from reconnaissance to covering his tracks -- in the "Seven Habits of Highly Malicious Hackers" presentation on Thursday.

Bavisi also will provide tips on how to protect yourself from each step, as well as a peek into the hacker psyche. He says he'll also show a case study of a hack with national security implications, and how ethical hacking is a successful way to stem attacks.
http://www.darkreading.com/document.asp?do...informationweek


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