Thomas Hatch, SaltStack – Application Security Weekly #58

    Thomas is the creator of the Salt open source software project and the CTO of SaltStack, the company behind Salt. He has spent his career writing software to orchestrate and automate the work of securing and maintaining enterprise IT infrastructure from core data center systems to the very edge of the network and […]
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Application News – Application Security Weekly #58 Application Security Weekly #58

    In the Application Security News, Breach at IT outsourcer Wipro, SCP serves the file it wants, Confluence Path traverses to RCE, another Local PrivEsc on Windows, easier sandboxing for C and C++ APIs, and Computer Science plus Ethics! Bugs, Breaches, and More! Breach at IT Outsourcer Wipro SCP Serves the File It Wants […]
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Adam Fletcher, Blackstone – Business Security Weekly #125

    Adam Fletcher is the Chief Information Security Officer for Blackstone. As a security professional with over 18 years of experience, Adam has worked with global security organizations large and small including McAfee, Nokia, VeriSign, ISS and Accuvant. Full Show Notes Hosts         Announcements Register for our upcoming webcasts with LogRhythm […]
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Leadership Articles – Business Security Weekly #125

    In the Leadership and Communications segment, 5 Ways to Find Natural Leaders for Your Team, Business Wisdom Learned From Bomb Squad Experts And Their Commanders, Why Rest Is Essential To High Performance, 4 Ways Working Dads Can Make More Time for Family, and more! Leadership Articles 5 Ways to Find Natural Leaders for […]
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EasySploit – Metasploit Automation (EASIER And FASTER Than EVER)

EasySploit v3.1 (Linux) – Metasploit automation (EASIER and FASTER than EVER)Options:(1) Windows –> test.exe (payload and listener)(2) Android –> test.apk (payload and listener)(3) Linux –> test.py (payload and listener)(4) MacOS –> test.jar (payload and listener)(5) Web –> test.php (payload and listener)(6) Scan if a target is vulnerable to ms17_010(7) Exploit Windows 7/2008 x64 ONLY by IP (ms17_010_eternalblue)(8) Exploit Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003 ONLY by IP (ms17_010_psexec)(9) Exploit Windows with a link (HTA Server)(10) Contact with me – My accountsHow to install:git clone https://github.com/KALILINUXTRICKSYT/easysploit.gitcd easysploitbash installer.shHow to run (after installation):Type anywhere in your terminal “easysploit".Video tutorials:Download Easysploit

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The Evolution of Cybercrime

Reading Time: ~5 min.From Landline Hacking to Cryptojacking By its very nature, cybercrime must evolve to survive. Not only are cybersecurity experts constantly working to close hacking loopholes and prevent zero-day events, but technology itself is always evolving. This means cybercriminals are constantly creating new attacks to fit new trends, while tweaking existing attacks to avoid detection. To understand how cybercrime might evolve in the future, we […]
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