I have published my new hub on advice against hacking. This is my second hub on the subject. I invite all fellow hubbers to pay critical advice to my hub on how I can make it better.
Sure.... But Please..... Take your link away!
Afterall, would it not be far more appropriate to hack into your site?
I was joking!
Is this not a hub about hacking??? [think about it]
I am happy to read and review with or without a link... but for others.... you may need to put your link back... sorry if my subtle reference caused you any concern...
I will get back to you soon..
Not bad Anas...
You do need to make a few basic grammatical changes.. eg: (spoiled of reputation) = Having one's reputation ruined by unknown third parties.
Perhaps you can add a bit more in depth info... eg: How to Review the operating system and files and what types of files to look for that indicate intrusion. Perhaps something on the use of proxies and common phishing techniques...
Hey.. it's all good as if you help just one person, then you've helped to make the world a better place.. cheers mate... take care.
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