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I enjoy writing a programming and security focused blog complete with code snippets.

I try and exemplify very useful and tricky pieces of code, explain different security concepts and review some of my favorite books.

I learned a lot from open source projects so I try and publish my more exciting and useful programs on GitHub.

All in the name of fun and education.


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answered Which all ports are in danger and needs to be closed with immediate attention?
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comment Which all ports are in danger and needs to be closed with immediate attention?
As your question stands now it is too broad, what is the purpose of this server?
Dec
8
comment How safe is it to use developer's version of the browsers
Ive had both canary and regular chrome installed. Different types of malware has been able to infect the regular version but, in my experience, has not ever targeted the canary build.
Dec
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revised Default logging systems/directories for security monitoring
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Dec
3
asked Windows netsh pivoting
Nov
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comment Is a server absolutely safe if the attacker don't know unknown bug?
misconfigurations, default passwords, default code, poorly written code all can be leveraged by attackers and have nothing to do with patches or zero days
Nov
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answered Difference between hardening guides (CIS, NSA, DISA)
Nov
18
comment Is it possible to exploit a file upload with whitelist and filename hashing?
py and rb? Do you have an interpreter that would execute these files?
Nov
6
comment Navigating SQL Injection Safeguards
Care to add the code for mysql_real_escape_String() if it's not too large of a function?
Oct
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Oct
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revised Does this simple function add something to prepared statements?
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Oct
26
answered Does this simple function add something to prepared statements?
Oct
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comment If perl/python is not guaranteed to be installed on a target system why are those scripts useful to hackers?
@kotozna Programming language isn't quite relevant to the covering tracks portion. Check out the edit for further info on your question.
Oct
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revised If perl/python is not guaranteed to be installed on a target system why are those scripts useful to hackers?
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Oct
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revised If perl/python is not guaranteed to be installed on a target system why are those scripts useful to hackers?
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Oct
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comment If perl/python is not guaranteed to be installed on a target system why are those scripts useful to hackers?
For #4 metasploit is written in ruby, unless I missunderstand what you mean by this point?
Oct
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answered If perl/python is not guaranteed to be installed on a target system why are those scripts useful to hackers?
Oct
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comment where can I find list of zero day vulnerability?
It is a vulnerability for which there is no patch.
Oct
4
answered Understanding the security of my home network