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    • Hack the Box: Jerry Walkthrough
      par Raj Chandel le 18 novembre 2018 à 18 h 13 min

      Hello CTF Crackers!! Today we are going to capture the flag on a Challenge named as “Jerry” which is available online for those who want to increase their skill in penetration testing and black box testing. Jerry is a retired vulnerable lab presented by ‘Hack the Box’ for making online penetration practices according to your... Continue reading → The post Hack the Box: Jerry Walkthrough appeared first on Hacking Articles. […]

    • Comprehensive Guide on Cewl Tool
      par Raj Chandel le 17 novembre 2018 à 14 h 42 min

      Hello Friends!! In this article we are focusing on Generating Wordlist using Kali Linux tool Cewl and learn more about its available options. Table of Content Introduction to Cewl Default Method Save Wordlist in a file Generating Wordlist of Specific Length Retrieving Emails from a Website Count the number of Word Repeated in a website... Continue reading → The post Comprehensive Guide on Cewl Tool appeared first on Hacking Articles. […]

    • Socks Proxy Penetration Lab Setup using Microsocks
      par Raj Chandel le 16 novembre 2018 à 14 h 48 min

      Hello friends!! In our previous article we have discussed “Web Proxy Penetration Lab Setup Testing using Squid” and today’s article we are going to setup SOCKS Proxy to use it as a Proxy Server on Ubuntu/Debian machines and will try to penetrate it. Table of Content Introduction to proxy What is socks proxy Difference Between... Continue reading → The post Socks Proxy Penetration Lab Setup using Microsocks appeared first on Hacking Articles. […]


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    • El Buen Fin: Tips to Shop Smart
      par Israel Rosas le 16 novembre 2018 à 13 h 47 min

      Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the first edition of the International Internet and Entrepreneurship Forum (FIIE), in Monterrey, Mexico. The event was convened by NIC Mexico and other organizations of the Internet community of Latin America and the Caribbean as part of the activities of INCmty, an entrepreneurial festival with several […] The post El Buen Fin: Tips to Shop Smart appeared first on Internet Society. […]

    • Route Leak Causes Major Google Outage
      par Aftab Siddiqui le 15 novembre 2018 à 18 h 00 min

      Google recently faced a major outage in many parts of the world thanks to a BGP leak. This incident that was caused by a Nigerian ISP – Mainone – occurred on 12 November 2018 between 21.10 and 22.35 UTC, and was identified in tweets from the BGP monitoring service BGPMon, as well as the network monitoring […] The post Route Leak Causes Major Google Outage appeared first on Internet Society. […]

    • In Azacualpa, Honduras: “Smart Communities” Help Preserve Collective Memory
      par Nancy Quiros le 15 novembre 2018 à 14 h 04 min

      Access to the Internet can change people’s lives for the better. This is particularly true when communities take ownership of that access and take full advantage of it to improve their quality of life. This has been the case in the community of Azacualpa, a village in Intibucá in Honduras. In Azacualpa, the members of […] The post In Azacualpa, Honduras: “Smart Communities” Help Preserve Collective Memory appeared first on Internet Society. […]


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    • Spectre, ATMs, and Japan’s Minister – Paul’s Security Weekly #583
      par Security Weekly Productions le 18 novembre 2018 à 16 h 32 min

      7 new Spectre/Meltdown attacks, Hacking ATM’s for free cash is easier than Windows XP, AI can now fake fingerprints fooling ID scanners, and Japan’s cybersecurity minister admits he’s never used a computer! Paul’s Stories Facebook flaw could have exposed private info of users and their friends 7 new Spectre, Meltdown attacks uncovered by security researchers – […] The post Spectre, ATMs, and Japan’s Minister – Paul’s Security Weekly #583 appeared first on Security Weekly. […]

    • John Moran, DFLabs – Paul’s Security Weekly #583
      par Security Weekly Productions le 18 novembre 2018 à 16 h 31 min

      John is a Senior Product Manager at DFLabs, where he performs a wide variety of tasks from product management to content development and partner management. John Moran talks about IncMan SOAR and how DFLabs Automation & Response platform helps automate, orchestrate, and measure CSIRTs and SOCs. To learn more about DFLabs, go to: www.dflabs.com/securityweekly Full […] The post John Moran, DFLabs – Paul’s Security Weekly #583 appeared first on Security Weekly. […]

    • Jon Buhagiar, Sybex – Paul’s Security Weekly #583
      par Security Weekly Productions le 17 novembre 2018 à 16 h 30 min

      Jon Buhagiar is responsible for Network Operations at Pittsburgh Technical College for the past 19 years. Jon is currently a Network+ Review Course Instructor at Sybex, and he joins us to talk about Network Operations at Sybex. To learn more about Sybex, go to: www.sybex.com/go/freetrial Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts The post Jon Buhagiar, Sybex – Paul’s Security Weekly #583 appeared first on Security Weekly. […]


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    • Having The Security Rug Pulled Out From Under You
      par Larry Cashdollar le 18 octobre 2018 à 19 h 24 min

      Apache .htaccess changes led to arbitrary file upload vulnerabilities in jQuery project I attended the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group (m3aawg.org) meeting in Brooklyn, NY.   I expected better weather to wander around the city while enjoying the conference and the neighborhood’s wide selection of food. I had been so confident of clear skies […] The post Having The Security Rug Pulled Out From Under You appeared first on Liquidmatrix Security Digest. […]

    • Long Term Security Attitudes and Practices Study
      par Ben Sapiro le 29 septembre 2018 à 23 h 27 min

      What makes security practitioners tick? That’s a simple question with a lot of drivers underneath it. We want to find out; please help us by signing up for our study. The Ask We’re launching a long term study of security practitioners to understand how they approach security, please sign up for our Long Term Security Attitudes […] The post Long Term Security Attitudes and Practices Study appeared first on Liquidmatrix Security Digest. […]

    • Fortnite: When Dollars and Cents Trumps Security!
      par Thomas Fischer le 16 août 2018 à 14 h 47 min

      When Epic Games recently announced and subsequently released Fortnite for Android, it took the decision to bypass the Play Store and ask users to side-load the app. After I read that Epic Games’ brilliant idea was to ask Android users to essentially downgrade the security on their devices, there was a lot of head-on-desk action. […] The post Fortnite: When Dollars and Cents Trumps Security! appeared first on Liquidmatrix Security Digest. […]






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