About AmIHackerProof.com

Between 2014 and 2015 the largest companies not just in United States but the world have been hacked. Companies like Target, Home Depot, Experian, Alliance Health of South Jordan, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska, VTech, Comcast of Pomona California and not including the numerous federal government agencies that were hacked.

If these companies or government websites and/or networks can be hacked, what makes you think your website, computer or network can't be hacked as well? There is no such thing as being 100% hacker proof, but you can come close to it with AmIhackerProof.com.

AmIHackerProof.com uses the same tools that hackers use to find all the different ways to hack into your website, home or office network. AmIHackerProof.com will scan any website or IP address like a hacker would to find almost all the vulnerabilities hackers would use to turn you into their latest victim.

Below are The 5 Steps of Computer Hacking

  1. Investigation:

    A hacker gathers crucial information about the target by looking for the strengths and weaknesses in your network or website just as a professional team watches videotapes of their opponents' games to look for their weaknesses and strengths.
  2. Scanning/Vulnerability Check:

    AmIHackerProof.com scans your website, computer or network just like a hacker would. Please click the below button to view a list of scanning phases and checks AmIHackerProof.com performs.
  3. Gaining Access:

    Using the information found in the Scanning/Vulnerability check referenced above, the hacker penetrates the target. This is know as the hacking phase.
  4. Maintaining Access:

    Once a hacker gains access, he wants to keep access. He does this by setting up backdoors, adding phantom accounts or even installing spyware.
  5. Cover Tracks:

    A great hacker can get in and out of your website, computer or network without leaving a trace just like a good thief does.

For more information on computer hacking and the different stages click here to download the .PDF "Introduction To Ethical Computer Hacking."

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