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Setting up system to be hacked and judging the results is commonly known as a Capture The Flag (CTF). There are a lot of open source CTFs out there, root-the-box is a great CTF that focuses more on post-exploitation and has puzzles for neophytes. There is also Damn Vulnerable Linux, which is an educational tool. A more simplistic CTF would be to have ...


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I can think of a few ideas: put the codes inside a file running at boot, discoverable when the user run strings on it put the codes on suid scripts (you should never ever have suid scripts) put codes on world-writable binaries on /sbin put codes on world-readable config files somewhere put codes on tmp files put codes as a chain name on iptables Things ...


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It all depends on the type of content your are posting. In most cases you will need more than one #Tag for your tweet to make the right sense and ranking. #InfoSec (preferred abbreviation) #InformationSecurity (if you have some characters left in your tweet) #Risk (Topics also relating to risk management) #Privacy #Malware #Virus #Spam #BYOD #DataTheft / ...



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