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An attempt to exploit a weakness in a system, either for nefarious or research reasons. Questions with this tag should be about designing, carrying out, or defending against the attack itself, rather than about the underlying weakness.

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If you are suspecting they are using a compromised machine, you can notify the administrator of the network. You can find contact information by doing a whois lookup: $ whois 151.301.193.69 ... OrgA …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Sjoerd
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There is no way to retrieve the password faster than brute force, but there is a lot you can change about your brute-force speed. four (time: ~7m19.531s) This is a long time to brute-force a pas …
answered Mar 6 '17 by Sjoerd
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You have a typo in your header: header = '{"alg":"none"","typ":"JWT"}' none has two quotes at the end.
answered Oct 14 by Sjoerd
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How we broke PHP, hacked Pornhub and earned $20,000 We have found two use-after-free vulnerabilities in PHP’s garbage collection algorithm. Those vulnerabilities were remotely exploitable over P …
answered Oct 30 '18 by Sjoerd
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The vulnerability you describe is called SQL injection. It can be prevented by using parameterized queries. In this specific case it is also a good idea to do input validation, to make sure estateID i …
answered May 22 '17 by Sjoerd