Treat Your Key Pairs Like Passwords!, by Michael Ball - We have all been taught the Best Practices for Password Management. There is no shortage of publications providing guidance on password management.
Obtaining WPA-PSK keys on Windows 7, 8 and 10 for digital forensics or evil (and fun), by Martin Boller - A lot of you probably know this already, however here's a quick way to learn more about the networks a windows systems have be
Thoughts on Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity in the Workplace, by Oscar Waterworth - Recent data breaches in big international companies proved that even some of the biggest corporate entities had not established the culture of cybersecurity within their organiz
Hi all , I have one invitation for the barebone edition of the ejpt course from eLearnSecurity. Its the penetration tester entry level course from eLearnSecurity but only access to materials i think.
Risk reduction through Jump Servers, by Michael Ball - A common practice in today's data centers is to allow systems administrators remote desktop (RDP) or secure Shell (SSH) access to the servers they are administrating, directly from their desktops. Regardless of where they are located!
Updates to the post about the Cisco WebEx plugin RCE vulnerabilities, by Claus Cramon Houmann - Cisco "patched" the vulnerability, but the patch was critisized by many (read the comments on the google project zero blog), and apparently the patch did also not fully
Your Hacked Mobile Phone Number is Like Your Social Security Number, by Robert Siciliano - If you have a cell phone, and you use it in any way associated with accessing online accounts (and many do), you are putting yourself at risk of getting hacked.
SIEM (Security Information and event Management) happens to be one of those infosec technologies that is discussed ad infinitum, yet the majority of those discussing the technology have trouble visualizing how SIEM can be an effective ally for
Come listen to a Case Study on RFID (proximity cards ) hacking by SARWAR JAHAN & ASHWATH KUMAR at the nullcon Informational Security Conference which will take place at Holiday Inn Resort, Goa, India from 28th of February to 4th of March 2017.
I wish I had lane change assist for those heavy traffic days, and I know I'll have it in my next car. And, much as the thought of a robotic chauffeur whisking me to work as I get a little more reading done appeals to me, it's not a future I want.