Cheat Engine – A Development Environment Focused On Modding

Cheat Engine is an open source tool designed to help you with modifying single player games running under window so you can make them harder or easier depending on your preference(e.g: Find that 100hp is too easy, try playing a game with a max of 1 HP), but also contains other usefull tools to help debugging games and even normal applications, and helps you protect your system by letting you inspect memory modifications by backdoors and even contains some ways to unhide them from conventional means.It comes with a memory scanner to quickly scan for variables used within a game and allow you to change them, but it also comes with a debugger, disassembler, assembler, speedhack, trainer maker, direct 3D manipulation tools, system inspection tools and more.Besides these tools it also comes with extensive scripting support which will allow experienced developers to create their own applications with easy and share them with other peopleFor new users it is recommended to go through the tutorial(The one that comes with Cheat Engine, you can find it in your programs list after installing) and at least reach step 5 for basic understanding of the usage of Cheat Engine.Download Cheat Engine

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Imperva Makes Major Expansion in Application Security

When Imperva announced in 2018 it would acquire the application security solution provider Prevoty, a company I co-founded with Julien Bellanger, I knew it would be a win-win for our industry. Prevoty’s flagship product, Autonomous Application Protection, is the most mature, market-tested runtime application self-protection (RASP) solution (as proof, Prevoty was just named a Silver […]
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SILENTRINITY Updates, BHIS – Paul’s Security Weekly #595

    Marcello Salvati, Security Analyst at our sponsor Black Hills Information Security, to give some updates on his Post Exploitation Tool SILENTRINITY! Sign up for the BHIS Mailing List to receive updates about upcoming webcasts, blogs, and open-source tools from our testers at: https://securityweekly.com/bhis Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts   […]
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Steve Brown, SecureWorld Keynote – Paul’s Security Weekly #595

    Steve Brown, Keynote Speaker at SecureWorld Boston 2019 to discuss his talk about Building Your Strategic Roadmap for the Next Wave of Digital Transformation! Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts             Announcements RSA Conference 2019 is coming up March 4 – 8 in San Francisco! […]
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Passwords, Splunk, & Nest Microphones – Paul’s Security Weekly #595

    In the Security News, password managers leaking data in memory, security analysts are only human, Splunk changes position of Russian customers, Google admits error over hidden microphone, and a nasty code-execution bug in WinRAR threatened millions of users for 14 years! Paul’s Stories Password managers leaking data in memory, but you should still […]
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