Tag: security

  • Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet For Windows Machine – Intrusion Detection

    In the event that your Windows machine has been compromised or for any other reason, this Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet is intended to help. This Penetration Testing Cheat Sheet article is for Windows Administrators and security personnel to better execute a thorough examination of their framework (inside and out) keeping in mind the end goal is […]

  • VPN kill switches of 2017 and why they are important

    Once the domain of internet security geeks, VPN (Virtual Private Networking) has gone increasingly mainstream with smart surfers looking to keep their net traffic private, and away from the prying eyes of hackers, governments or overly profit-driven ISPs. However, remember that VPNs do have some limitations in terms of security, and when using a VPN service, […]

  • Hackers, your favourite pentesting OS Kali Linux can now be run in a browser

    Specially for hackers : You can now run Kali Pentesting OS in your web browser This bit of news is going to elate hackers and security researchers. Kali Linux is one of the most loved distros by the security community and it is now coming to in your browser. Network security specialist Jerry Gamblin has […]

  • Mega thread for Categorized List Of Security Tools

    Here is a list of various security tools. I will update this list with more tools since some categories are incomplete. It will be nice to have a list of categorized tools etc., Any one can post more categories and links to tools/scripts. Passwords HashGrab2 http://py1337.com/tools.php or http://forum.intern0t.net/hacking-tools-utilities/2538-hashgrab-py-automatically-get-windows-login-hashes.html or http://upload.evilzone.org/download.php?id=7752913&type=zip Evilzone’s tool info post HashGrab2,  written […]

  • Don’t be a low hanging fruit for the hackers and script kiddies in your neighborhood. Part 1

    In today’s Wi-Fi router security tip, I want to show you how to change the name of your wireless network, and why this might be important. If we look at the wireless networks around us, we may see linksys listed. That is the default wireless network name, also known as the SSID, of the network. […]