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Seth Logan 2016-08-29

So maybe you re an experienced growth hacker.

You might expect this to be the part where I say Then this guide isn t for you.

The title might say growth hacks for the non-growth hacker, but this guide is packed with 12 super simple hacks even the most seasoned hacker probably doesn t know about.

Each of these hacks takes no more than 30 minutes to set up.

Anyone can use these hacks, and they ll help you learn things like:

-How to get more conversions from guest posts even when the editor removes ALL your CTA links

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Blaine Pilgrim 2016-12-15

We hand-picked high converting growth hacks from a selection of 2105 articles and sorted them in AARRR sections - for pirates and growth hackers.

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Jason Kowalski 2016-05-31

Growth Hacking Technical Marketing skills What programming languages, marketing skills, tools, experience are necessary according to you.

How would you rate this resume out of 10 for the same.

http://in7h.com/ankit/resume

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Charlie Warren 2016-07-13
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The enigmatic hacker and the show named for him snuck out on the USA Network last year, only to become one of TV s most talked-about shows.

The second season begins tonight, but what if you haven t had a chance to catch up on everything that happened in season one?

He hates it because it has its tentacles wrapped around every piece of the planet—but also because his father died of cancer as a result of Evil Corp toxic waste.

When he discovers a wrong that needs righting, he turns vigilante and uses his considerable skills to make it happen.

He also tends to forget things, lose track of time at inopportune moments, and see things that aren t really there.

As the season progresses, his grasp of reality grows ever more tenuous.

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Troy Schindler 2016-07-12
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Forget the story, characters, or acting, the first season of Mr.

Robot grabbed attention because of its incredibly accurate portrayal of hacking.

Like the rest of us, show creator Sam Esmail must have had enough of the kind of nonsense computer scenes littering the likes of CSI Cyber and Swordfish, so he hired help in the form of ex-hackers and former FBI investigators as consultants on the Anonymous-themed show.

The screenshots you re picking apart on Reddit?

One of the things people don t realise about the hacks on the show is I actually do them, said Marc Rogers, one of the show s tech consultants ahead of the arrival of season two this week.

Adana s job starts in the writer s room, where he pitches story ideas and researches hacks to make sure they re plausible, with support from Rogers and the rest of the team of security consultants.

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Brian Williams 2016-06-06
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The Wizard of Bezos comes out from behind the Curtain - on Hacking TV.

And Roku... can they beat Google?

The CEO says they can...

In Chapter 3 - The Future of TV: Is it Mobile?

And almost 20 Million Dollars is poured into the already massively funded Web Video Space.

All that, and more on this weeks edition of Hacking TV.

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Marc Anderson 2016-10-17
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Most of us won t know we ve been hacked until we start getting the concerned phone calls from the bank.

Others will know because their computer has started acting up, while in extreme cases your computer might become infected with ransomware, locking your entire hard drive behind a paywall which you ll need to pay.

For many though a hack will take place and they won t even know it s happened, begging the question: what do hackers actually do with the information they steal, and what do they steal?

University College London student Jeremiah Onaolapo and colleagues Enrico Mariconti and Gianluca Stringhini decided to find out exactly what happens when cybercriminals look to take control of a person s email account.

As part of their study they created 100 honey email accounts - fake emails which would have poor password protection e.g.

123 , password , name1989 and within which they would populate with tantalising information.

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0
Cornelius Jones 2016-08-29
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YURI GRIPAS via Getty Images

The FBI has uncovered evidence that foreign hackers penetrated two state election databases in recent weeks, prompting the bureau to warn election officials across the country to take new steps to enhance the security of their computer systems, according to federal and state law enforcement officials.

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George Summers 2016-10-21

It s a BIG MONEY week on Hacking TV.

As Discovery writes a BIG Check.And then the folks at VICE launch their long awaited Nightly HBO show.

Is the world of News remade?

And the world of Virtual Reality.

What is the Future of Storytelling?

We ll take a tour.

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Vivian Matthews 2016-10-24
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Computer hackers have a long history of being shown on TV and in movies completely incorrectly, but if any show s come close to accuracy, it s Mr.

So, let s take a peak inside Elliott Alderson s backpack.

According to some snoopers on Reddit, the backpack on the show is most likely a 3V Velox II.

Alongside a copious amount of drugs, going off Wired and Quora, here s what tends to be inside:

If you have a great go bag with a useful organization scheme and great features, let us know!

You can share your bag by posting it to your personal Kinja blog using the tag featured bag or adding it to our Lifehacker Go Bag Show and Tell Flickr pool.

collect
0
John Dumlao 2016-09-17
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If simply popping into the command line isn t enough to make you feel like a 90s hacker, GitHub user bartobri created a silly decrypting text effect pulled from the movie Sneakers.

Once you install the tools, you can manually run any command you want through the decryption effect.

You can also just type sneakers into the Terminal for an exact reproduction of the movie scene.

Sure, but we could all use a cool decryption animation in Terminal every once in a while.

You ll find install guides for a variety of different operating systems over on GitHub.

collect
0
James Mcgaugh 2016-11-21
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Kiwicon Not every demo at security cons goes off without a hitch: Badass hackers Ryan and Jeremy electrocuted themselves when building what could have been the first device capable of wirelessly exploiting door-opening push buttons.

Before its insides dissolved due to extreme heat, the device it was capable of activating the push buttons that open doors to allow egress from secure buildings - but from the outside of that building.

"I guess they really are touch-to-enter buttons," Jeremy told the 2,000 laughing hackers at the Michael Fowler centre, Wellington.

The pair chalked their work up as a failed-but-fun experiment, but in reality it was something more akin to success.

Right now, penetration testers on red teaming assignments rely on extendable sticks to shove between automatic doors.

Ryan explained one beefed-up prototype that used ignition coils bought from car parts chain Supercheap Auto: "Instead of driving that small coil, it drives this massive coil, which goes into an even bigger coil which generates a large voltage which then jumps the spark gap and, instead of igniting fuel, it hits the touch-to-exit button," he says.

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0
Jacqueline Cleghorn 2017-02-06
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Hot on the heels of the printer hacks across three US university campuses, which saw devices hijacked to produce anti-Semitic fliers, comes another attack on internet-connected printers – this time on a global scale.

A hacker going by the name Stackoverflowin has taken it upon himself to reveal how easy it is to access net-connected printers operating without a firewall.

Using an automated script he wrote himself, the hacker was able to scan for and identify devices with Internet Printing Protocol IPP , Line Printer Daemon LPD and port 9100 open, then send out rogue print jobs to the targeted devices.

Some of the printed messages warns the user that their device has been pwned and are now part of a flaming botnet .

Two versions of the message were reportedly sent out to, as the hacker claims, more than 160,000 machines – the first with ASCII art depicting a robot and the second with ASCII art showing a computer.

Laugh it up, funny man

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Rex Canale 2016-06-13
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"When we come into an incident, most people want to immediately fix it, they want it to go away as fast as possible," said Kurt Pipal, assistant legal attaché at the Office of the Legal Attaché for the FBI in the UK, speaking during panel on law enforcement and cybercrime at Infosecurity Europe 16 in London.

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If possible, businesses should allow investigators to look into the breach before the evidence is destroyed.

"Understand where they hackers are in your network, let law enforcement understand that threat, and be able to give you tips on how these actors move through your network, then get them off it," said Pipal.

For Andre McGregor, a former FBI cyberspecial agent and now director of security at endpoint protection firm Tanium, suggesting to a breached company that they don't do anything is "one of the hardest conversations" to have in cyberlaw enforcement -- as the organisation just wants the hackers out of their system.

So as long as you're not actively losing data, you have some time to actively look at where the adversary is going," McGregor told ZDNet.

McGregor recalled an incident where a large company was the victim of a cyberattack: it acted quickly and only inflamed the situation.

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0
Henry Lawrence 2016-09-14
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Put together by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Eurekalert is one-stop-shopping for press releases about the latest scientific findings, aggregating material provided by scientific journals, research institutions, and more.

You just have to agree to never publish anything about the work until a specific date and time—the information is under an embargo until then.

Currently, a visit to the Eurekalert home page will bring you to a notice with the following information:

We are taking this step out of an abundance of caution.

The integrity of content on our website is of the utmost concern to us.

On September 11, we were notified of a potential breach to our system.

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0
Edward Scates 2016-06-03
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A basic guide to taking up hacking.

The term 'hacker' is used extremely broadly but is generally used to mean someone who finds and exploits weaknesses in a system.

This covers a range of motives, including criminal hackers, who may hack to steal data for financial gain or try to hack into companies or websites to prove a point or to embarrass the victim.

There is also the category of 'White Hat' hackers who try to expose flaws in the defences of organisations to prevent them from being attacked by a malicious actor.

Whatever the reason, hacking is not a simple process and requires a considerable investment of time and possibly money.

For example, pre-written code is often available online, sometimes for a price.

collect
0
Seth Logan 2016-08-29

So maybe you re an experienced growth hacker.

You might expect this to be the part where I say Then this guide isn t for you.

The title might say growth hacks for the non-growth hacker, but this guide is packed with 12 super simple hacks even the most seasoned hacker probably doesn t know about.

Each of these hacks takes no more than 30 minutes to set up.

Anyone can use these hacks, and they ll help you learn things like:

-How to get more conversions from guest posts even when the editor removes ALL your CTA links

Jason Kowalski 2016-05-31

Growth Hacking Technical Marketing skills What programming languages, marketing skills, tools, experience are necessary according to you.

How would you rate this resume out of 10 for the same.

http://in7h.com/ankit/resume

Troy Schindler 2016-07-12
img

Forget the story, characters, or acting, the first season of Mr.

Robot grabbed attention because of its incredibly accurate portrayal of hacking.

Like the rest of us, show creator Sam Esmail must have had enough of the kind of nonsense computer scenes littering the likes of CSI Cyber and Swordfish, so he hired help in the form of ex-hackers and former FBI investigators as consultants on the Anonymous-themed show.

The screenshots you re picking apart on Reddit?

One of the things people don t realise about the hacks on the show is I actually do them, said Marc Rogers, one of the show s tech consultants ahead of the arrival of season two this week.

Adana s job starts in the writer s room, where he pitches story ideas and researches hacks to make sure they re plausible, with support from Rogers and the rest of the team of security consultants.

Marc Anderson 2016-10-17
img

Most of us won t know we ve been hacked until we start getting the concerned phone calls from the bank.

Others will know because their computer has started acting up, while in extreme cases your computer might become infected with ransomware, locking your entire hard drive behind a paywall which you ll need to pay.

For many though a hack will take place and they won t even know it s happened, begging the question: what do hackers actually do with the information they steal, and what do they steal?

University College London student Jeremiah Onaolapo and colleagues Enrico Mariconti and Gianluca Stringhini decided to find out exactly what happens when cybercriminals look to take control of a person s email account.

As part of their study they created 100 honey email accounts - fake emails which would have poor password protection e.g.

123 , password , name1989 and within which they would populate with tantalising information.

George Summers 2016-10-21

It s a BIG MONEY week on Hacking TV.

As Discovery writes a BIG Check.And then the folks at VICE launch their long awaited Nightly HBO show.

Is the world of News remade?

And the world of Virtual Reality.

What is the Future of Storytelling?

We ll take a tour.

John Dumlao 2016-09-17
img

If simply popping into the command line isn t enough to make you feel like a 90s hacker, GitHub user bartobri created a silly decrypting text effect pulled from the movie Sneakers.

Once you install the tools, you can manually run any command you want through the decryption effect.

You can also just type sneakers into the Terminal for an exact reproduction of the movie scene.

Sure, but we could all use a cool decryption animation in Terminal every once in a while.

You ll find install guides for a variety of different operating systems over on GitHub.

Jacqueline Cleghorn 2017-02-06
img

Hot on the heels of the printer hacks across three US university campuses, which saw devices hijacked to produce anti-Semitic fliers, comes another attack on internet-connected printers – this time on a global scale.

A hacker going by the name Stackoverflowin has taken it upon himself to reveal how easy it is to access net-connected printers operating without a firewall.

Using an automated script he wrote himself, the hacker was able to scan for and identify devices with Internet Printing Protocol IPP , Line Printer Daemon LPD and port 9100 open, then send out rogue print jobs to the targeted devices.

Some of the printed messages warns the user that their device has been pwned and are now part of a flaming botnet .

Two versions of the message were reportedly sent out to, as the hacker claims, more than 160,000 machines – the first with ASCII art depicting a robot and the second with ASCII art showing a computer.

Laugh it up, funny man

Henry Lawrence 2016-09-14
img

Put together by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Eurekalert is one-stop-shopping for press releases about the latest scientific findings, aggregating material provided by scientific journals, research institutions, and more.

You just have to agree to never publish anything about the work until a specific date and time—the information is under an embargo until then.

Currently, a visit to the Eurekalert home page will bring you to a notice with the following information:

We are taking this step out of an abundance of caution.

The integrity of content on our website is of the utmost concern to us.

On September 11, we were notified of a potential breach to our system.

Blaine Pilgrim 2016-12-15

We hand-picked high converting growth hacks from a selection of 2105 articles and sorted them in AARRR sections - for pirates and growth hackers.

Charlie Warren 2016-07-13
img

The enigmatic hacker and the show named for him snuck out on the USA Network last year, only to become one of TV s most talked-about shows.

The second season begins tonight, but what if you haven t had a chance to catch up on everything that happened in season one?

He hates it because it has its tentacles wrapped around every piece of the planet—but also because his father died of cancer as a result of Evil Corp toxic waste.

When he discovers a wrong that needs righting, he turns vigilante and uses his considerable skills to make it happen.

He also tends to forget things, lose track of time at inopportune moments, and see things that aren t really there.

As the season progresses, his grasp of reality grows ever more tenuous.

Brian Williams 2016-06-06
img

The Wizard of Bezos comes out from behind the Curtain - on Hacking TV.

And Roku... can they beat Google?

The CEO says they can...

In Chapter 3 - The Future of TV: Is it Mobile?

And almost 20 Million Dollars is poured into the already massively funded Web Video Space.

All that, and more on this weeks edition of Hacking TV.

Cornelius Jones 2016-08-29
img

YURI GRIPAS via Getty Images

The FBI has uncovered evidence that foreign hackers penetrated two state election databases in recent weeks, prompting the bureau to warn election officials across the country to take new steps to enhance the security of their computer systems, according to federal and state law enforcement officials.

Vivian Matthews 2016-10-24
img

Computer hackers have a long history of being shown on TV and in movies completely incorrectly, but if any show s come close to accuracy, it s Mr.

So, let s take a peak inside Elliott Alderson s backpack.

According to some snoopers on Reddit, the backpack on the show is most likely a 3V Velox II.

Alongside a copious amount of drugs, going off Wired and Quora, here s what tends to be inside:

If you have a great go bag with a useful organization scheme and great features, let us know!

You can share your bag by posting it to your personal Kinja blog using the tag featured bag or adding it to our Lifehacker Go Bag Show and Tell Flickr pool.

James Mcgaugh 2016-11-21
img

Kiwicon Not every demo at security cons goes off without a hitch: Badass hackers Ryan and Jeremy electrocuted themselves when building what could have been the first device capable of wirelessly exploiting door-opening push buttons.

Before its insides dissolved due to extreme heat, the device it was capable of activating the push buttons that open doors to allow egress from secure buildings - but from the outside of that building.

"I guess they really are touch-to-enter buttons," Jeremy told the 2,000 laughing hackers at the Michael Fowler centre, Wellington.

The pair chalked their work up as a failed-but-fun experiment, but in reality it was something more akin to success.

Right now, penetration testers on red teaming assignments rely on extendable sticks to shove between automatic doors.

Ryan explained one beefed-up prototype that used ignition coils bought from car parts chain Supercheap Auto: "Instead of driving that small coil, it drives this massive coil, which goes into an even bigger coil which generates a large voltage which then jumps the spark gap and, instead of igniting fuel, it hits the touch-to-exit button," he says.

Rex Canale 2016-06-13
img

"When we come into an incident, most people want to immediately fix it, they want it to go away as fast as possible," said Kurt Pipal, assistant legal attaché at the Office of the Legal Attaché for the FBI in the UK, speaking during panel on law enforcement and cybercrime at Infosecurity Europe 16 in London.

Read More

If possible, businesses should allow investigators to look into the breach before the evidence is destroyed.

"Understand where they hackers are in your network, let law enforcement understand that threat, and be able to give you tips on how these actors move through your network, then get them off it," said Pipal.

For Andre McGregor, a former FBI cyberspecial agent and now director of security at endpoint protection firm Tanium, suggesting to a breached company that they don't do anything is "one of the hardest conversations" to have in cyberlaw enforcement -- as the organisation just wants the hackers out of their system.

So as long as you're not actively losing data, you have some time to actively look at where the adversary is going," McGregor told ZDNet.

McGregor recalled an incident where a large company was the victim of a cyberattack: it acted quickly and only inflamed the situation.

Edward Scates 2016-06-03
img

A basic guide to taking up hacking.

The term 'hacker' is used extremely broadly but is generally used to mean someone who finds and exploits weaknesses in a system.

This covers a range of motives, including criminal hackers, who may hack to steal data for financial gain or try to hack into companies or websites to prove a point or to embarrass the victim.

There is also the category of 'White Hat' hackers who try to expose flaws in the defences of organisations to prevent them from being attacked by a malicious actor.

Whatever the reason, hacking is not a simple process and requires a considerable investment of time and possibly money.

For example, pre-written code is often available online, sometimes for a price.