Tag: security

Offensive Security PWB (OSCP) – A Review

Let’s start off on the right foot shall we?  I don’t want to be rude but – I am a computer geek, my writing skills are not so great.  So if you don’t like the way I write just quit reading.  So let’s get on with the story shall we?   2013 was just starting […]

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eHarmony Leak – 1.51 Million Passwords

Well with little sleep to go on I keep reading the articles from the supposed LinkedIn hack.  There was a lot of incomplete information floating around yesterday.  To start off with these hashes were posted on a forum (we all know this already) but the “hacker” was asking for help to crack the hashes … […]

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LinkedIn Leak – 6.5 Million Passwords

When I first saw the tweets come through about the list of 6.5 million LinkedIn hashes I changed my account password right away. Then as many others did I went out on the net to see if I could find this list. I found my way to yandex.ru as most everyone else did and downloaded […]

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IOS 5 Exploits – How Safe is Your Locked iPhone 4?

First off let me say I absolutely love Apple products, however for the longest time they were not that popular. Now that the install base has become so large in the last 10 years malicious coders are starting to realize the benefit of exploiting not only Mac OSX but also IOS. I am against IOS […]

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More Free Info Sec Training

This day in age I am surprised that the community does so much for free. I stumbled upon some more free MetaSploit training today. This course is from the guys at offensive security. If you haven’t heard of the offensive security certifications they are known to be the hardest, and most intense info sec exams […]

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Internal Network Take Down – A How To

First off this information is public, I am not the one to publish this exploit and I am not trying to take credit for the PoC code that was released. However what I am doing is proving many wrong that think the PoC code is not dangerous. This information should be used for testing your […]

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Free Email Encryption – Part 2 – IOS Devices

It has now come up in my life that I wanted to enable SMIME Encryption on my emails outbound from my IOS devices. I send lots of mail from my iPhone, iPad, and iPod with information that should not be sent in plain text. So I thought that while I set up all my devices […]

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An Answer to an Age Old Question

I don’t know how many times I have been asked, “Can you teach me to hack?”. It has got to be one of the most anoying questions. Even though the vaugue answer “learn to code, think differently, and become part of the community” usually works, that is not what they are looking for. Most people […]

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