Estimated difficulty: 💜🤍🤍🤍🤍 This week is special, it’s the last post before Christmas and we might as well channel our inner Sophia and add in a little Christmas song to get us into the Christmas spirit. And since we are now feeling festive, let’s dive into Google Dorking, Christmas style! Continue Reading
Estimated difficulty: 💚💚💚 Hey Securiteenies! And welcome to another blog written just for you. Following on from Sarah’s “Castle on a Cloud” post about the basics of the internet – are you ready to learn a little bit about web hacking? First of all let’s recap… The Internet vs. the Continue Reading
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Happy Friday, everyone! This week, I’m introducing something I’ve been interested in for a while – chaos engineering. If you haven’t heard of chaos engineering before, don’t worry – a lot of people haven’t, and it’s still quite new as a discipline.
Estimated difficulty: 💚💚🤍 It’s a wonder what is up in those clouds, clouds can mean many different things in this day and age. Clouds live in the sky, there is something called cloud computing and more importantly, (for this article) clouds can represent the internet – especially in a network Continue Reading
Estimated difficulty: 💜🤍🤍🤍🤍 Happy Friday and happy (continued) cybersecurity awareness month! For those of you that don’t know, October is renowned for being cybersecurity awareness month – a month dedicated by security professionals to raise awareness in cybersecurity, specifically to the everyday user of technology that may not be security-savvy. Continue Reading
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Welcome to Friday, and Cybersecurity Awareness Month. In October, security professionals spend the month raising awareness about cybersecurity and posting tips on social media about online safety.
Estimated difficulty: 💜💜💜💜🤍 Welcome back to the MOBster series! The last post I published, covered the different aspects of an APK file – otherwise known as an app. This post I want to take some of these principles a step further and look at the possible effects of a misconfigured Continue Reading
Estimated difficulty: 💜💜💜💜🤍 Recently I have been approached by many folks on how to get started with automotive hacking. After completing my dissertation in automotive hacking (and achieving a whopping 90% – yippee!) I decided to write this blog post as an introduction into the one of the many ways Continue Reading
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Every time I attend a course and someone tries to explain subnetting to me, they pretty much un-teach me it and I have to go away and re-learn how it works.
Estimated difficulty: 💜💜💜🤍🤍 This week I wanted to write the first post of a mini mobile application reverse engineering series! There has been a lot of attention in the news about apps such as TikTok and the COVID-19 NHS track and trace app, where they have been shown to have Continue Reading