Vault 7, Year Zero – stolen CIA hacker tools and current affairs. Part 1.
Mar11

Vault 7, Year Zero – stolen CIA hacker tools and current affairs. Part 1.

Vault 7, Year Zero Unless you live under a rock, none could’ve missed the headlines in the news stating the fact that a bunch of documents and hacking tools, stolen from CIA, had been handed over to Wikileaks who now released the first part in a partly censored form. It was censored to hide the identities of the CIA staff but also censored in order to not spread the actual tools of the trade that allowed the likes of CIA, GCHQ...

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IoT and (lack of) security?
Oct25

IoT and (lack of) security?

Internet of Things, Distributed Denial of Service – botnet script kiddies or more sinister players? I doubt few missed the massive outage a few days ago when Dyn’s DNS service was rendered useless by a massive DDoS attack. What made it worse is that many of the big players (Twitter, PSN, GitHub etc) had put all their eggs in the same basket and had no alternate DNS and thus disappeared on the internet. I for one...

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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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