Month: May 2016

  • Reverse shell on a Node.js application

    This post is copied from: As the site is down right now, i just thought it should be┬áreplicated at another source.   Reverse shell on a Node.js application How we obtained a Javascript reverse shell by exploiting a vulnerability on a Node.js application during a security assessment. Introduction We were tasked by a small […]

  • Your android smartphone’s battery gauge is lying to you (and it’s not such a bad thing)

    I realize that much of this is common knowledge on XDA. Still, every day I see people post about how their phone “loses” 10% as soon as it comes off the charger. I also have friends who can’t understand why their battery drains so quickly. Trying to explain this to people without hard numbers is […]