24 Spirituality Studies 9-1 Spring 2023 1 Introduction The objective world  including the mind and all the processes of the senses are consciousness alone just like the subject (i.e., Sa. aham, I, Siva) itself. As Vivekananda says, God only is (Sarvapriyananda 2023, 58:06). However, due to the illusionary effect of the “limiting powers” (i.e., Sa. six kañcukās including māyā) this consciousness undergoes transformation  and is perceived as an independent object (Sa. aham, idam) for persons without self-realization. Still, this transformation alone gives rise to all the animate and inanimate objects and life processes that surround us day by day. Ancient philosophies like Sānkhya, Advaita Vedānta, Kashmir Saivism (here Trika) are intuitive explanations, revelations, and experiences to answer the most significant questions of existence, for example, to understand the nature of our sufferings and provide effective remedies for them. The goal of this paper is to highlight key similarities between the world model elaborated in the Trika philosophy and the principles of modern computer science and cybersecurity with the hope of helping sādhakas affected by current computer technologies. On the top of that, we show how wellknown exploitation techniques can be utilized as dharana practices in yoga. 2 World Model The ancient sages of India worked out various philosophical systems over the millennia the sole purpose of which was to model our very existence and its characteristics. However, Kashmir Saivism, the central philosophy of tantrism, is not one of the systems of Shad Darsana (Sānkhya, Yoga, Nyāya, Vaiśesika, Mīmāmsā, and Vedānta), but we bend upon inspiring from their model and nomenclature due to its extensive elaboration on the subtle nature of Ultimate Reality. At the same time, we solely focus on those aspects that fits the needs of this paper. For this reason, in the following we suggest a simplified world model by drawing similarities between the principles of the Trika system and that of computer systems. The only reason of such an attempt is the create certain reference points for the mind to help practitioners map better some ancient concepts with the modern terms of information technology. Our main guide rail will be aligned to the concept of tattwas that are creator principles that build up the empirical world and what is beyond. Table 1. proposes some corresponding terms of software engineering/computer science to the aforementioned tattwa system.