Archive for November, 2012

Hello friends…

If you know anything then it can be proved either by doing something crazy in that field which is novel or either to get certificate in the same field by any reputed and authorized institute. For a new person its a dream to get certificate just to get satisfaction that yes He knows something in that field and that certificate is to prove that but in today’s world a lower level certificate cost starts from 5000 INR and if you want to do any international course or something and to get certified then you just have to look at your bank balance….


So as a solution, Asian School of Cyber Laws started 1 Online Course which is completely FREE. Yes you read correctly its completely free. You just have to follow some simple registration steps and then 1 exam and you’ll have certificate. To do this follow the steps mention below…


  1. Go to this website Click Here to Visit
  2. Click on Create new account.
  3. login after creating account.
  4. Click on Cyber Crime Protection Program under My Courses, , you can see something like this.
  5. If you want to first prepare then Go to 1st link and read the Book    A to Z of   Cyber Crime given by Asian School of Cyber Laws only
  6. Once you are prepared Click on Take the Quiz.
  7. Once you are done with Quiz you will get certificate



  1. The Book given by them is not Free so either prepare from Google or Pay to learn.
  2. In order to get certified you need to have  50% Score in quiz.
  3. There is only 1 attempt so prepared fully and then attempt, no 2nd chance.
  4. There is time limit so you need to be quick


If everything will gone in correct manner and if you score more than 50%  you will certi like I got  🙂

Share it with your friends and get certified

Thank you…


Hacking Related Terms

Posted: November 12, 2012 in Hacking

Exploit — A noun that refers to a program that demonstrates or takes advantage of a software security hole. Writing an exploit is the best way to technically describe a security hole while simultaneously demonstrating it. That’s why “White Hat” hackers (hackers who use their skills to help companies discover security problems) often write exploits.

Root — As a noun, refers to cyberomnipotence,
the highest level of access on a computer. Can also be used as a verb. “To root a box” means to obtain root through unconventional means, at which point the system has been “rooted.”

Haxored — A cool underground term for hacking. “I haxored that box.”

Trojan — Shorthand for “Trojan horse,” a method of cracking a system by sliscumng it a seemingly harmless and beneficial program that secretly contains programming that gives an attacker unauthorized access. Common off-the-shelf Trojans include Back Orifice 2000, and Sub-7, recently spotted masquerading as a free Internet adult film — beware of Greeks bearing porn.

Eleet — Means “elite,” but generally used with sarcastic or self-deprecating humor and spelled out with numerals, not roman letters: 31337. “I hax0red this box with 31337 skillz,” might mean, “This was too easy.”

Rootkit — A generic term for a suite of programs that gives a hacker fun things to do after rooting a box. Might include programs for covering your tracks, or for “sniffing” a company’s network for interesting traffic.

Zero day — A security hole that’s been discovered by the underground, but not yet by the computer security community.

Docs — A person’s identifying information, like name, email address, social security number, etc. “I rooted his box and downloaded his docs.”

Script kiddie — Someone who uses exploits to penetrate unsecured boxes, deface websites, and generally make trouble, without having the skills to write such a program themselves. Usually a juvenile.

Packet monkey — A script kiddie who floods computers and websites with data packets, to maliciously take them offline. The distributed denial of service attacks that sometimes afflict popular e-commerce websites are performed by packet monkeys