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Apr
13
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
3
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
19
accepted Is it safe to load a forensic image which might contain malware?
Feb
19
asked Is it safe to load a forensic image which might contain malware?
Feb
6
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
2
accepted Which IPTables chains should I log from a security perspective
Jan
10
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
2
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
29
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
27
accepted How does infection through web surfing work?
Dec
27
comment How does infection through web surfing work?
ok, then is what I thought. My question was because those texts say that in a way that make the reader thinks that just because the target visits the site, he's going to be compromised
Dec
26
asked How does infection through web surfing work?
Dec
17
asked DIsk imaging on virtual environment
Dec
17
accepted What does Windows's built-in encryption do, if I can seemingly always read my encrypted files?
Dec
17
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
comment Alternative ways to exploit this path traversal
It was pretty easy... The trick was in that .. wasn't allowed, but a single dot yes, so using a dot in folder and another dot in file, I could go to the other directory.
Dec
10
accepted Alternative ways to exploit this path traversal
Dec
10
comment Alternative ways to exploit this path traversal
well... we can say that it is beneficial but it doesn't solve the problem. I found the answer already, it doesn't depend on encoding, but I'm accepting this as it can benefit other people with directory traversal attacks.
Dec
9
revised Alternative ways to exploit this path traversal
added 75 characters in body
Dec
9
comment Alternative ways to exploit this path traversal
the application only accepts ascii and hex. It seems it doesn't properly handle 16-bit unicode, double URL encoding or UTF-8 unicode.