Research Paper On Website Hacking

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  • Hackers and Hacking

    Hacking is an ongoing issue in computer security. This paper examining the issues associated with hacking. The paper starts by examining the scope and scale of hacking. The way hacking may take place is then discusses, and finally environmental influences that help to turn IT students into hackers is discussed. Five sources are cited in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • SQL Injection Attacks

    A common form of hacking is the SQL injection attack. The paper looks at how this attack is used and what vulnerabilities exist in systems that make this form of hacking so common. The writer looks at this with an example; the hacking of Nokia in 2011. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography of this nine page paper.

  • Assessment Three Cinema Websites Using Nielsen's 10 Heuristics

    This 27 page paper examines three cinema websites which markets the cinema and encourage ticket sales. The three websites assessed in terms of their target population and the way they are presented with reference to Neilson's 10 usability heuristics. The cinemas chosen for the assessment the Odeon, Vue and a small independent called Palace Cinema. The websites assessed the UK websites for the cinema. The bibliography cites eight sources.

  • The Ethics of Hacking

    An 8 page overview of computer crime related to hacking. This paper explores the ethics and justifications of hacking, dismissing those justifications as simply illogical. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Crimes Committed by Computers

    In twelve pages this paper examines computer hacking and traces its origins back to the 1960s and includes a discussion of John 'Captain Crunch' Draper who hacked into phone company lines in the 1970s along with other relevant topics considered pertaining to cyber crime. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

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