Cracking a password can be easier than you think, by the time you’re done with this article you’ll be aware of how important it is to have a strong password. A computer that can crack an 8-character password in 4.2… Read More
In the need to increase their cyber security resilience, companies start searching for cyber security trainings. This thing, in fact, is a very normal and recommended action. But there are many times when they find themselves in one of these… Read More
with Reverse IP lookups Often, we face a situation where we receive a domain to pentest, and after each attempt in the playbook, we still don’t find any way to get in. So, how to expand your attack surface? When… Read More
In the previous post, we learned what is and how APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) attacks work. But the interesting part comes when we think about: How can we detect such complex attacks? And is there any way to detect APT… Read More
Advanced Persistent Threat attack – learn what is and how it works The number of cyber attacks is increasing on the internet nowadays. It is not surprising that the World Economic Forum and Global Risk Report placed in 2018 cyber… Read More
Adding CA to an Android system and bypass SSL pinning protections are two very important steps in testing the security of different applications. After my latest article – How To Install And Root Your Android Emulator – I received a… Read More
Mobile applications became an essential part of our lives, somehow we are dependent of them. We are using a lot of mobile applications every day. If you are lost in a new city, Google Maps gets you out of this… Read More
CTFs from the Cyber Security domain, or Capture-The-Flag competitions, have nothing to do with games that imply physical activity (e.g Paintball, Airsoft), but are perfect for hands-on and real-life hacking techniques, just to level up your skills.