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It looks like you are backing up to a host on your private network (192.168.x.x). Without any encryption being used with the rsync command, whoever controls the network may be able to 'listen in' on the transfer. Or, they may even be able to impersonate the host that you are backing up to, so that you send all your files to the malicious host. Even ...


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Here is an image of the SARS-CoV-2 genome. Will looking at the image give you COVID-19? Of course not. While you could call this the biological equivalent of "malicious code," it doesn't cause any harm unless it's presented in a format and context where it might be "executed." The same concept applies to computers - code or data that is ...


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Servers don't protect against you sending anything at all. You can open ncat and upload any file you want, with or without wrapping it in HTTP headers, to any server on the Internet. Of course, it won't do anything. Servers neither execute client-supplied code nor render HTML (at least, not by default or under any common situation), so sending them malware ...


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IP / port scanning is something that is happening on a daily basis. The cgi-bin directory is a standard directory and included in almost if not all wordlists used by directory brute forcing tools such as dirb, dirsearch etc. The cgi-bin directory is also of interest in relation to a know vulnerability ShellShock (read further to see whether your system is ...


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Burp has session handling functionality that allows you to make a request to check if your session is valid, and if it has expired then it will login again. You can find it in the Project Options > Sessions tab. Official documentation is here: https://portswigger.net/support/configuring-burp-suites-session-handling-rules


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Once the user activates the SOS mode, the following things happen: Biometric identification (Touch ID/Face ID) is disabled and the user has to use screen lock code to unlock screen. USB Restricted Mode is enabled, disabling data transmission over the USB port. If the iPhone is then connected to a computer, the computer will not recognize the device. There'...


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To fix it you need to go to the sudo site and download RPM for Centos 6 and then install it on your system: https://www.sudo.ws/download.html


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An alternate to disabling sudo completely could be as cyzczy suggested removing execute for "other" users, the commands cyzczy suggested didn't work as is so I've come up with the below: chown root:wheel /usr/bin/sudo chmod 4110 /usr/bin/sudo The chown command changes the group of sudo to wheel, and the chmod command removes execute for "...


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