Star Wars fans, let’s be honest here. All of us at one point or another dreamed of being Boba Fett. Who doesn’t want a jet pack, a blaster rifle/flame thrower, and an awesome back story? Not to mention, an inherently bad-ass job. Even 9 year old Matt was flying his mini version of the […]
In this age of rogue hackers, government red teams, and everyone else under the sun with computer access, a few books, and an MO – what do you count on to keep them out? I tell you many organizations have blurred lines with security products, to the point that incidents are reported and brought to […]
I left college with a decent amount of programming experience, mostly in Java, but never really had an opportunity to actually use it. Sure, I had an <sarcasm>absolute blast</sarcasm> creating everything from calculators, to red-black trees, to web servers while at school, but I was never really able to apply it to something I found […]
Even if you’re not working in the cyber security field or keep up to date with infosec news, you’ve probably heard of a group called Anonymous. If you haven’t heard the name, you’ve most likely heard about one of their many news-worthy operations such as Operation KKK, Operation Ice ISIS, or Case Donald Trump. I […]
The security community has a lot of perks, low unemployment, lots of excitement, new challenges every day, and an endless supply of things to learn. However not everyone likes what we do and not everyone likes to listen to us, ever. There are so many bugs out there that a large amount of us like […]
Apple ends QuickTime for Windows support as 2 high-severity vulnerabilities are disclosed by the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI).
The cornerstone of every effective ethical hacker is the establishment of their virtual lab environment in order to conduct all kinds of operations from penetration testing known vulnerable servers to analyzing malware in a controlled environment. By our very nature as white hat hackers we do not attack systems owned by others without their expressed […]