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How To: Encrypt files with OpenSSL in Debian Linux

This video shows how to encrypt files with OpenSSL in Debian Linux. First we check if open SSL is installed on the system. If not, install it using packet manager. Next create the file going to be encrypted. Now encrypt the file. In this case AES algorithm in ypher block chaining mode is used. AES is US-government standard and can be considered secure. Now we are prompted for a password. In order for the encryption to be secure, we need to choose a strong password. Now we can delete the origi...

How To: Use SSLStrip to remove encryption from browser

You should encrypt everything. These are what you need: BackTrack 4,0, modify IP tables, Python and ARPspoofing. Program the PC to flip to forwarding mode. Adjust the programming in the IP tables. You are convincing the host and the client that the man (PC) in the middle is the host and capture passwords, user names and other information from unsuspecting clients. This program strips the "S" from "https" which make your computer vulnerable to hackers. You need to observe the address bar and m...

How To: Build a free SSL VPN on Linux or Windows

This time on the show, bypassing restrictive firewalls with a free and open source virtual private network server for Windows and Linux that will have you connecting back to the home or office with just a web browser! Best of all? It's free! Check out this video for detailed information on how to build an SSL VPN.

How To: Configure F5's FirePass v7 SSL Endpoint Security

Learn how to configure the features in F5's FirePass v7 SSL VPN Endpoint Security. Peter Silva shows some of the new Endpoint Security features in the recent FirePass v7 release. Watch how to create policies, enforce host checks and other protective measures for your Remote Access deployments. For more information, and to get started configuring your own installation of FirePass v7, take a look.

How To: Hack SSL passwords with ARP poisoning

Are you serious about becoming a bonafide hacker? Then you simply must learn how to hack SSL passwords using ARP poisoning. ARP poisoning, also known as ARP spoofing, involves attacking an ethernet wireless network by looking at the data frames on a LAN (local area network). Resultingly, you can sniff plaintext passwords, SSL passwords, and even manufacture denial-of-service attacks.

How To: OpenSSL Unique Encryption/Decryption Scripts

In this tutorial I will be explaining the purpose of unique encryption/decryption scripts ( I will be referring to these at "UEDS" for this tutorial). Then, I will show you how to make one. Finally I will talk about the downsides to the method I use. I will also provide links explaining the concepts and algorithms used in encryption to anyone who wants to see what is going on under the hood.

How To: Encrypt files with Windows' built-in compression tool

Some data can be very confidential. In such case you need to encrypt the data so that it does not go into the wrong hands. There are lots of encryption software available to encrypt the data. But to use them first you need to install then and this can take lot of time. You can also use Windows built in compression client to encrypt information. To use this feature you need not install any software and it is a fairly simple process. So select a file that you want to encrypt, right click on it ...

How To: The Difference Between Http and Https

With more people joining the internet scene each day it's important that it's security is.. well it has to be good. Of course everything can be hacked and that's the way hackers work. They know there IS a vulnerability but they don't don't know the rest. in this article i'll try to explain the big difference between HTTP and HTTPS

How To: Create a password-protected sparse disk image in OS X

When you are sending any files over a network it is advised to encrypt it so that no can read it even if they get hold of it. You can encrypt files in Mac OS for this purpose. So first take any file or program that you want to encrypt. Open your hard disk and go to the applications. In the applications, under utilities open the Disk Utility program. Using this disk utility program you can create an encrypted disk image. Now this image will act as a disk image or other flash drive, but we can ...

How To: Encrypt files & folders on a Mac with TrueCrypt

This video tutorial is in the Computers & Programming category where you will learn how to encrypt files & folders on a Mac with TrueCrypt. Open up TrueCrypt and click on create volume > create an encrypted file container > next > standard truecrypt volume > next. Here you name your file, choose the directory where you want to put the file and click 'save'. Choose the encryption type and click 'save'. Choose the volume size and click 'next'. Now type in a password and click 'next'. Then in th...

How To: Encrypt batch files with variables

Encryption is the process of converting you data in to other obscure form so that no one can read it. Encryption can also be done using batch files. Batch files are scripting programs in windows which can be used to program small automatic operations. To do this open a notepad to write the batch program. First turn of the echo by inserting the command '@echo off'. Now write the rest of the program as shown in the video. Now save the image as a bat file. Now you can encrypt this batch file. To...

How To: Encrypt Torrent files in the Azureus BitTorrent client

Torrents are a wonderful technology to share your files over the internet. If the data that you are sharing is confidential you may need to encrypt these files before sharing. To encrypt torrents in Azereus, go to tools and select options. From the left hand side menu select the connection option. Select the 'Transport Encryption' option from the connection sub menu. This section is intended for intermediate mode or higher and it is not available in beginner mode. So go to mode and select the...

How To: Advanced Cryptography - Total Guide

Hello people again, I wrote my last post about crypto about 10 months ago, now I will introduce something not fresh for the science, but fresh for the people who wants to learn. In my http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/forum/cryptography-0161538/ post of crypto concepts, there is just basics, today we will see something that targets wide concepts like Symmetric crypto, Public Key Cryptography, Hashing, Keys etc...

How To: Send Encrypted Spy Messages Through Gmail on Google Chrome

Have a super secret spy communication you'd like to send out, but don't have the funds to hire your own trusted operatives to deliver the message? Then stick to what you're used to—email it. SafeGmail is a browser extension that allows you to send encrypted emails right through your regular Gmail account. While this may seem a bit unnecessary for most messages, encrypting your email can definitely be useful.

Hack Like a Pro: Cryptography Basics for the Aspiring Hacker

Welcome back, my rookie hackers! As hackers, we are often faced with the hurdle of cryptography and encryption. In some cases, we use it to hide our actions and messages. Many applications and protocols use encryption to maintain confidentiality and integrity of data. To be able to crack passwords and encrypted protocols such as SSL and wireless, you need to at least be familiar with the concepts and terminology of cryptography and encryption.

How To: Crack a WPA encrypted wireless network

In this how to video, you will learn how to crack a WPA encrypted wireless network. To do this, you will need the Air Crack package for Linux. First, disable the wireless adapter and enable monitor mode. Next, identify the channel in the wireless network and Mac address. Once you have this, you can listen to the traffic coming to and from this point. Wait for the handshake or disconnect something in order to force it to reconnect. From here, you are ready to perform the attack. With any encry...

How To: Digitally sign and encrypt your email messages

The only people who should read your emails are you and your intended recipients. Protect your privacy with this simple crytography guide, which shows how to obtain a free certificate for signing and encrypting email messages, how to download and install the certificate on Mac OS X 10.5, and how to use the newly installed certificate in Apple Mail.

How To: Encrypt Your Notes, Photos & Archives with EncryptPad

For anyone wanting to keep information private, plain text is a format of the past. Instead, cheap, powerful encryption is widely available, but often not easy enough to use to attract widespread adoption. An exception to this rule is EncryptPad, an easy to use application that lets you encrypt text, photos, or archives with strong encryption using a password, keyfile, or both.

How To: Are Your Cloud Documents Safe from Hackers? Make Sure with These Free Cloud-Worthy Encryption Programs

The convenience of storing things on the cloud can definitely make life easier, but if you're storing sensitive files, it could be a total disaster if anyone hacked your account. Some encryption services can be expensive, but if you just need it for personal use, there are some really great ones that don't cost anything. Here are three programs that let you encrypt your cloud storage for free. BoxCryptor

How To: Create a website and improve web presence

When you need a website to showcase your product or service, it can be quite confusing. Follow these easy steps to gather everything you need to have a successful website. Start your search for a domain name in the domain name registrar. (Example: www.companyname.com) Rent space from a hosting company to hold the files for your website. Set up an email account for your company. Create the content for your website (example: products, prices, services, etc). Get internet security to protect sen...

How To: Configure two IP addresses for your Mac Mini server

How to Use Your Mac as a Server: Turn your Mac Mini into a server! Yes, that's right, with a little know-how and a little spunk, you can turn an inexpensive Mac Mini computer into a server to provide services over you network. You won't even need the Mac OS X Server, just the Mac OS X Client, so there is no extra software to buy, just the Mac Mini and it's operating system.

How To: Secure your sensitive data in Ubuntu with encryption

TrueCrypt is a free application that lets you encrypt designated programs on your Ubuntu system to prevent unwanted access. Provided you select a strong password, intruders will not be able to open your personal files and documents. This instructional video walks you through the process of installing TrueCrypt on your Ubuntu operated machine and demonstrates an example on how to create an encrypted volume within a select partition.

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