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[HOWTO] Create an “Auto-Encrypting” Linux Folder: A custom improvised approach

The Problem I love shell scripts. Anything that can be automated by scripts I am all for it. Whenever I find myself having to do some task a few times I realize it is time for a script. I also… Continue Reading →

How Government Uses Malware and Honeypots to Find You

What is a Honey Pot? In computing a “honey pot” is simply a security mechanism used to detect and/or monitor users. According to Wikipedia: “Generally, a honeypot consists of data (for example, in a network site) that appears to be… Continue Reading →

The password is “mongolia”: A dive into North Korea’s OSINT.

On October 20th 2017 I came across a news story posted on the website for The Sydney Morning Herald.  The story was about an open letter which was sent from the North Korean Embassy in Jakarta Indonesia to the members of… Continue Reading →

[HowTo] Get FTP Passwords Using ngrep

ngrep is a powerful tool for real time searching and filtering network packets. According to the Linux man page: ngrep strives to provide most of GNU grep’s common features, applying them to the network layer. ngrep is a pcap-aware tool… Continue Reading →

A Simple “Stealthy” Windows Reverse Shell

Full disclosure: This builds upon the work started by  Ma~Far$ (a.k.a. Yahav N. Hoffmann)   Simple (Windows) Reverse Shell (SRS) is a small (12.8 kB) Windows executable program that when compiled and executed sends back a CMD.exe shell to a… Continue Reading →

HowTo: Compile NetCat on Linux to run on Windows

It has been a crazy few weeks. Thus this post is going to be brief. If you have any questions feel free to hit me up on Twitter. Also you may find this post detailing how to compile Net Cat… Continue Reading →

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