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Attacking Applications, APIs, Mobile Apps Servers, Networks, IoT Devices
ICS: Industrial Control System
SOC: Security Operations Center

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Dude, where’s my XSS protection?

Solving Halls of Valhalla Challenge: XSS4

Web application security is a major concern nowadays. You have to make sure your application is secure, especially if you have a lot of users. There are many controls a developer can implement to attempt to make the site safer. Or so they think. The fun of hacking is looking …

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Reversing for mortals

Solving Yoire crackme average challenge

It’s hard to really know where to start when you’re new to hacking. When I first started to get into the hacking world I came across something called Reverse Engineering, the art of de-constructing some product followed by a detailed analysis and revision of its composition and its …

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Stupid neighbours using WEP

Solving Yashira WEP Security challenge

Wi-Fi security has not always been the best. The first attempt at securing Wi-Fi access points was termed Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). WEP is a security algorithm that was implemented on IEEE 802.11 wireless networks. The original 802.11 wireless standard was ratified in 1997 to include this enhancement …

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Types of triangles

Solving CodeAbbey Pythagorean Theorem challenge

A triangle is a 3-sided polygon sometimes (but not very commonly) called the trigon. Every triangle has three sides and three angles, some of which may be the same. The sides of a triangle are given special names in the case of a right triangle, with the side opposite the …

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Storing passwords safely

Solving Yashira hash challenge 3

By the end of the year, we witnessed a huge increase in the amount of attacks that extracted large quantities of personal information, emails and passwords. Even one of the biggest email services, Yahoo, suffered an attack by cyber-criminals and they robbed more than 500000 accounts, in doing so, accessing …

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