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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 →

[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 →

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