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Online Voting for a New President?

The trouble with OmniBallot and other voting platforms


In this post, we show you the exposed vulnerabilities of one of the many online voting options...



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A New Red Team Expert

A short interview with Daniel Yepes


We talked to Daniel Yepes, a colleague who recently achieved his certificate as a Red Team...



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Discovering Security Champions

Six recommendations for SecDevOps from Carnegie Mellon


Here you'll learn about Security champions. But first, we give you five recommendations if...



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Manual SQLi Bypass

Bypassing SQLi filters manually


SQL injection can be one of the most dangerous vulnerabilities. Here we will see how to bypass...



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Everyone Is Responsible for SEC

An overview of DevSecOps, better SecDevOps


Through this blog post, you will know what DevSecOps is, how it applies, and why it is...



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Understanding SSRF

Attacking a web server using SSRF


Here we will see what a Server Side Request Forgery is, how hackers can exploit it, and what are...



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Search the History

Searching for credentials in a repository


As everyone knows in our context, production credentials should be protected. In this post, we...



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Anyone Can Look Inside!

Working with OSS today can be a great advantage


Security can be significantly enhanced when codes are presented publicly. In this post, we talk...



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We've Reached a New Standard

More requirements in Rules are firmly supported


Here we briefly outline Rules, Fluid Attacks's set of security requirements, along with the...



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Always 100% Ready for Remote Work

The product of a valuable effort over ten years ago


Here is an overview of what our technological architecture and our way of operation are, which...



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Respond the Name

Attacking a network using Responder


Windows hosts use LLMNR and NBT-NS for name resolution on the local network. These protocols do...



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A Perspective in Cybersecurity

A chat with Daniel Correa


We had the pleasure of chatting with Daniel Correa, a Security Expert who shared his views on...




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