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[Attack Vector] Shred Bins Reimagined

Many offices have shred bins. Those garbage bin looking things with a locking lid and a slit cut on top for sliding in “raw” paper. They are low tech, usually secured with some “beefy” looking lock, with two roller wheels… Continue Reading →

The dangers of “reverse search warrants”

Perhaps you are not a jealous partner, a rouge teenager or a cheating spouse, but how would you feel if your information was posted connected to a crime you had nothing to do with?

[HowTo] Stop Google from tracking you*

If you have a Google Account it may be worth your while to check out the kind of details Google is storing about your daily activities. Do you know remember what you searched for exactly one year ago? Google does.

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 →

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