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Why Browsers are Essential to the Internet and How Operating Systems are Holding Them Back

The Browser Hacker’s Handbook  InfoSec Threats | InfoSec books | InfoSec tools | InfoSec services

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RANSOMWARE investigation OSINT Threathunting

by Joas A Santos Ransomware Staff Awareness E-learning Course The Ransomware Threat Landscape

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HOW TO FIND ZERO-DAY VULNERABILITIES WITH FUZZ FASTER U FOOL (FFUF): DETAILED FREE FUZZING TOOL TUTORIAL

Today, the specialists of the Cyber Security 360 course of the International Institute of Cyber Security (IICS) will show us in detail the use of Fuzz Faster U Fool (ffuf), a free and easy-to-use fuzzing tool, using the command line method for configuration on web servers. Created by Twitter user @joohoi, cybersecurity professionals around the world have praised ffuf for its […]

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HOW TO EASILY SPOOF MAC ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY AND BE MORE ANONYMOUS

WHY CHANGE THE MAC ADDRESS? The MAC address is (should be) unique to each network interface. By the way, if the device has several network interfaces, then each of them has its own MAC address. For example, laptops have at least two network interfaces: wired and Wi-Fi – each of them has an MAC address. […]

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Everyone Wants Your Email Address. Think Twice Before Sharing It

Your email address has become a digital bread crumb for companies to link your activity across sites. Here’s how you can limit this. When you browse the web, an increasing number of sites and apps are asking for a piece of basic information that you probably hand over without hesitation: your email address. It may […]

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Learn Python and Learn it Well

Recommended source for more information Checkout more titles for Learning Python Programming… InfoSec books | InfoSec tools | InfoSec services

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The U.S. ‘No Fly List’ Found On the Open Internet

The Ohio-based airline, CommuteAir, responsible for the incident confirmed the legitimacy of the data to the media. The No Fly List and other sensitive files were discovered by Maia Arson Crimew, a Swiss security researcher and hacker, while searching for Jenkins servers on Shodan. A Swiss hacker by the name of Maia Arson Crimew discovered […]

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Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2023

#Geopolitical Instability Means a #Cyber “Catastrophe” is Imminent Routledge Companion to Global Cyber-Security Strategy The 2023-2028 Outlook for Cybersecurity in China  Global Cyber Security Labor Shortage and International Business Risk The Cyber Threat and Globalization : The Impact on U.S. National and International Security InfoSec books | InfoSec tools | InfoSec services

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Windows PowerShell Cheat Sheet

Checkout our previous posts on “PowerShell Security” More latest Titles on PowerShell… InfoSec books | InfoSec tools | InfoSec services

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Microsoft Exchange Vulnerabilities Most Exploited by Hackers Targeting Financial Sector

During the month of November, researchers at the cybersecurity firm LookingGlass examined the most significant vulnerabilities in the financial services industry in the United States. The company looked at assets with public internet-facing assets from more than 7 million IP addresses in the industry and discovered that a seven-year-old Remote Code Execution vulnerability affecting Microsoft Windows […]

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Remote code execution bug discovered in the popular JsonWebToken library

The open-source jsonwebtoken (JWT) library is affected by a high-severity security flaw that could lead to remote code execution. The open-source JsonWebToken (JWT) library is affected by a high-severity security flaw, tracked as CVE-2022-23529 (CVSS score: 7.6), that could lead to remote code execution. The package is maintained by Auth0, it had over 9 million weekly downloads as […]

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Cyber Crime: The Dark Web Uncovered

Cyber Crime: The Dark Web Uncovered 11 of the world’s top cyber security experts gather to discuss how to protect ourselves against cybercrime. Includes interviews with Rob Boles, Jesse Castro, Michael Einbinder-Schatz, Rick Jordan, Konrad Martin, Rene Miller, Paul Nebb, Will Nobles, Adam Pittman, Leia Shilobod, and Peter Verlezza. Directors Jeff Roldan Starring 11 Top […]

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Windows PowerShell Tutorial and Cheat Sheet

PowerShell Cheat Sheet Powershell : The Complete Ultimate Windows Powershell Beginners Guide. Learn Powershell Scripting In A Day! Mastering PowerShell Scripting: Automate and manage your environment using PowerShell Infosec books | InfoSec tools | InfoSec services

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Windows event log analysis

Windows Security Monitoring: Scenarios and Patterns Malware Forensics Field Guide for Windows Systems Infosec books | InfoSec tools | InfoSec services

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Cybersecurity Awareness Training in Companies: Why You Can’t Do Without It

Cybersecurity awareness is no longer a “nice to have”; in fact, it has become a fundamental part of your corporate training process across all levels and aspects of your business. Would you leave your business unlocked and open to all comers? Of course not – but if you don’t have solid cybersecurity in place, that’s effectively what […]

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Microsoft revised CVE-2022-37958 severity due to its broader scope

Microsoft revised the severity rate for the CVE-2022-37958 flaw which was addressed with Patch Tuesday security updates for September 2022. Microsoft revised the severity rate for the CVE-2022-37958 vulnerability, the IT giant now rated it as “critical” because it discovered that threat actors can exploit the bug to achieve remote code execution. The CVE-2022-37958 was originally classified […]

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Multiple Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Antivirus and Endpoint Let Attackers Install Data Wipers

Next-Generation Wiper Tool Aikido is the wiper tool that has been developed by the Or Yair of SafeBreach Labs, and the purpose of this wiper is to defeat the opponent by using their own power against them. As a consequence, this wiper can be run without being given privileges. In addition, it is also capable of wiping […]

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Don’t Sell Your Laptop Without Following These Steps

Before selling or trading in your laptop, it is important to prepare the device for its new owner as this will help ensure all of your personal data remains safe. In an age when every day, a new version of a laptop with better features, sleek design, and improved performance hits the market, it is […]

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Why the updated ISO 27001 standard matters to every business’ security

On the morning of August 4, 2022, Advanced, a supplier for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), was hit by a major cyberattack. Key services including NHS 111 (the NHS’s 24/7 health helpline) and urgent treatment centers were taken offline, causing widespread disruption. This attack served as a brutal reminder of what can happen without […]

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Black Friday and retail season – watch out for PayPal “money request” scams

Given that we’re getting into peak retail season, you’ll find cybersecurity warnings with a “Black Friday” theme all over the internet… …including, of course, right here on Naked Security! As regular readers will know, however, we’re not terribly keen on online tips that are specific to Black Friday, because cybersecurity matters 365-and-a-quarter days a year. […]

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