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/r/netsec - Information Security News & Discussion
pwnable.kr - fd , Understanding Linux File Descriptors and creating a simple exploit with python pwntools
CVE-2019-8372: Local Privilege Elevation in LG Device Manager. Tutorial on auditing kernel drivers and token stealing via arbitrary read/write primitives.
Malware Analysis & Reports
Gandcrab ransomware demands Bitcoin payment to victims, while excluding users with Russian keyboard layouts from the attack
Malicious word document analysis. On opening document, macro executes PowerShell and download executable file.
blackhat library: Documenting blackhat hacking techniques
Discussion and Disclosure of Web Vulnerabilities
So a common first step when entering the IT world is to start out on a help desk and then work your way up from there. But what would be the best way to transition from that into a forensics role?
Is it worth it for me to get into digital forensics if I'm not the greatest at coding/programming and aren't the best problem solver in comparison to others?
I know this may sound like a stupid question, but do you actually find any satisfaction in your work given the amount of horrific stuff you must find on a regular basis?
XSS - Cross Site Scripting
So rather than using the standard alert(‘XSS’) for this informational video I thought I would do something a little bit different, hope you enjoy it!
An Indian journalist pwned right wing twitter bots (including government ministers) into tweeting absolute non sense.
Cryptography news and discussions
Riot IM hits 1.0: brand new design, dramatically improved encryption UX, new login, new settings, new room list and dozens of stability and performance enhancements
Dead Cells devs run as an “anarcho-syndical workers cooperative” with no bosses and equal pay for everyone
You say you want a revolution? (reupload) [compas, hackers, lovers, is time to organize and stand up]