Website Hacking…


There are two types of website hacking:

  1. Hacking to break into password protected sections of the website. (Often Illegal)
  2. Hacking so that you can modify or deform a website. NOTE: Criminal Offence
Website Hacking is not uncommon. It is simply trying to break into a site unauthorised. Webmasters can use encryption to prevent this. However, as most website programmers do not use encryption their websites are easy targets. Methods of protection include javascript, asp, php and cgi, but most other server-side languages can also be used. I will show you how to hack websites which use javascript protection.
Javascript protection has never been secure, if you are looking at the source to find the password to client-side protection, you will probably not have any problem finding the password unless it is encrypted. Follow the steps below so that you can understand the basics of hacking websites.
Recently 2 dummy bank sites were launched, the first totally insecure and the second was secured with a firewall. 8 weeks later, both sites were checked. The first without a firewall, averaged a hacking attempt every four minutes, the second, with a firewall, averaged an attack every hour. This just goes to prove how malicious some hackers are.
On this website you will find nothing of such a malicious nature. Building positive white hat hacking skills is a good thing and we encourage it, as do we helping you protect your own site, but bad hat hackers should find a better hobby.
  1. Starting Out :-To understand how to protect your site you must first understand how the hackers attempt to hack.
  2. Harder Examples:-Okay, I am assuming you just finshed hacking example number 1 and are ready for something slightly more difficult. Most browsers will allow the user to disable Javascript although Internet Explorer 6 does not have this facility.
    Example number 2 will show you how frames can help prevent hackers.
  3. Protect Yourself:-
  4. Use a no-right-click script.
    This prevents easy copying of pictures and easily viewing the source. Note: This can be circumvented by using Javascript.
  5. Use frames.
    This prevents viewing of the source from the top of the page. Note: This can be circumvented by using browser history.
  6. Encrypt the frames page.
    Encryption can stop hackers altogether. By using multiple encryption programs sources become unreadable. Note: Even encryption can be beaten.
  7. As you can see none of these methods are fool-proof. If you are serious about protecting your code, but don’t want to spend lots of money, and can use PHP, check out

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