pentest for dummies – WarBerry on Raspberry Pi
May29

pentest for dummies – WarBerry on Raspberry Pi

a working pentest for dummies in a little box! Stumbled across a neat little project on Reddit the other day and I liked it so much I wanted to share!     Pentesting is something I’ve been doing for many years, and although a lot can be automated – much is manual work. That’s how I do it anyway, and that has always given me full control and the ability to act upon whatever I find throughout the session. The...

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Goodbye AVG – and why…
May24

Goodbye AVG – and why…

A story on how AVG went from hero to zero in less than a year…   I’ve been an avid user of AVG since the very beginning – 1997 to be more exact – when Grisoft started to sell licenses in UK. Back then it was the best by far anti-virus solution for Windows. I must’ve recommended it to hundreds of people throughout the years and the number of computers I’ve installed it on is vast, but here ends this...

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Deadpool
Apr29

Deadpool

This is the story about the anti-hero that still saves the day and get the girl in the end! Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and Marvel Entertainment are certainly scraping the barrel now as a last and final resort to cash in whatever’s left to cash in after Iron Man, Captain America and the rest of the Avengers are about to reach their respective best-before-dates. This was blatantly obvious with “Ant Man” and...

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The 5th Wave
Apr29

The 5th Wave

Alien invasion and kids try to save the planet, or whatever it was supposed to be?… Some time ago I read an early review about The 5th Wave that it was supposed to be an “yet another alien invasion movie – but this one catered for the family as the audience, and blood & gore was replaced by exciting acting and brave kids! It didn’t exactly register on my “next-to-watch” movie but there...

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Android – hidden and internal API’s revisited
Apr22

Android – hidden and internal API’s revisited

A few years ago I wrote a short article on how you can access, and use, Android internal API’s in Eclipse. This is still a popular article which still generate hits every day. Android – hidden and internal API’s Sadly it is perhaps a bit dated – especially since Eclipse is no more and Android Studio is the new toolbox, so I decided to see if I could do the same with Android Studio and Android 5.1 aka...

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