Yeah, we all do it, right? We let our browser store our passwords for all those sites we visit every day. It’s easy, it’s convenient, and it’s really easy to hack. Starry shows us how to reveal these passwords, swipe them and use them in another browser. Plus: he demos what you can do about this (besides not giving your passwords away to your browser).
What is Digital Marketing
In this digital world almost everything is steadily replaced by the term of digital. An umbrella terms was created for the term marketing as well. Marketing itself is a technique which is to change the concepts of people and makes them to be wanting to buy the marketed products or services. And of course everywhere a demand and supply is occurred can supposed as a market place even on a rope which conveys purchase orders, cash and the products or services.
Digital Marketing is a technique as well but it occurs by using digital technologies, mainly on the internet also including mobile phones (of course the annoying calls form the service providers), display advertising, sharing the freeware or free to use product or trials (of course; if you don’t have to pay, you are a product) and any other digital methods.
Advancing technology of Digital Marketing techniques are such as search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM), content marketing, influencer marketing, content automation, campaign marketing, data-driven marketing[ and e-commerce marketing, social media marketing, social media optimization, e-mail direct marketing, display advertising, e–books, and optical disks and games are becoming more common in our advancing technology. In fact, digital marketing now extends to non-Internet channels that provide digital media, such as mobile phones (SMS and MMS), callback, and on-hold mobile ring tones.
Who will be your 1st priority?
Of course you know the technique, you have a product to market but an interesting question is “Who will be the right person to be marketed effectively and what his/her current hard time is?” We should consider it rather than what kind of digital marketing is going to be performed. In this topic the most effective way to answer the interesting question is to collect intelligence from publicly available sources otherwise OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) before you do a digital marketing.
What is and Why OSINT?
Open-Source Intelligence gathering is intelligence collected from publicly available sources (as opposed to covert or clandestine sources) in brief and completely meaning.
Because it can help you to gather a mess of useful information and it’s the very first step to full scope of real world marketing plan. And it simulates real world connections, and can get comprehensive information of a company, its employees or your competitors and his/her employee and so on. With the knowledge of your competitors’ or your target’s information, you own the market no matter SEO or SEM.
Even though there are many tools out there helping to perform OSINT, here is a link to start Meltego. And become a Hacker Inside Digital Marketer .
Co-founder of School for Hackers Starry Sky gives us a video on hacking tools. This time he explores Netcraft, an intelligence-gathering tool for those of us who really just want to know a little bit more. Come on, just a little bit …
There’s a form of hiding data that isn’t exactly encryption; it’s just simple encoding into another format that most people won’t be able to read. FTP passwords, for example, are encoded in FileZilla using Base 64 format.
You can get fancy and learn to encode/decode manually, but if you run into a encoded password, here’s a website that makes the process easy:
Hackers are clever techies.
The word “hacker” actually has nothing to do with crime: a brilliant engineer would hack out a smart solution to the problem at hand, and consider it a compliment to be called a hacker. There’s a whole culture built on this idea: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hacker_culture.
We are a community dedicated to learning and teaching. We don’t think knowledge should be deep, dark and secret – far from it. Everyone with the interest should be free to pursue hacking. Sure, if you want to, you can learn Linux and bash and networking. But you don’t have to do all those things, or any of those things, to be a hacker.
Consider how we do higher education: you are expected to take out loans and spend years living in poverty to get a college degree that may not fit anything in the job market, or even worse, might be passed by while you’re getting it. Who makes money on this arrangement? Hint: It is not designed for your benefit. You can be a brilliant hacker by learning skills that give you power – power because you are in demand. Hack the whole system by getting someone else to pay for your education!
We don’t restrict our discussion of hacking to just Linux, programming and networking, though we do talk about those things a lot. Feel welcome to bring us food hacks, lifestyle hacks, hacks of any and every system. Because that’s what we do: hack it to learn it, and hack it to teach it.