BOF (Buffer Overflow)

We have an article related to buffer overflow and its exploits, which will give an overall theoretical understanding of the exploits. Buffer overflow is a software coding error or vulnerability that hackers might use to gain unauthorized access to business systems....

Buffer Overflow and Kernel Exploits

Introduction This article discusses buffer overflows and kernel exploits and illustrates numerous exploitations and attacks. It also covers strategies for elevating privileges such as Eternal Blue and Dirty Cow. We also have an essay on buffer overflow that explains...

Windows Post-Exploitation

Windows Post-exploitation refers to the attacker's actions after the target machine, or its network is compromised. In such a phase, the attacker will try to extend and elevate their access to the target through receiving persistence. This article will demonstrate how...

Linux Local Privilege Escalation

Many enterprises utilize the Linux operating system to administer services, file servers, firewalls, and other systems. However, it contains a number of flaws that an attacker may exploit. We have a part section of Windows local Privilege escalation, which will let...

Windows Local Privilege Escalation

Introduction This article introduces local privilege escalation techniques, focusing on the Windows OS booting process and user types. It will teach you how an attacker can bypass the logon screen using a bootable Windows or Linux OS drive and describes protection...

Metasploit

This article discusses the method of exploiting services while illustrating how to use the Metasploit framework specifically. And Various ways will be presented and explained. Metasploit is a vulnerability discovery and exploitation framework designed for penetration...

Bash Scripting

What is Bash Scripting? Everything that may be executed as a command and placed into a shell script is permitted. The terminal either starts a new session or inserts the script into the current one for execution. Commands are often written in plain text. Any command...

Kubernetes Security

You must understand what Kerberos is and how it works by reading the previous article. It gives a proper overview of what Kerberos is and how to exploit it. What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is a portable, adaptable, open-source system for managing containerized...

Kerberos and Tickets

What is Kerberos? Kerberos is a built-in protocol used by Microsoft for domain environment authentication. Kerberos is built entirely on trust, which, if broken, it can be violated. This article will show Kerberos and how we can exploit it. Kerberos is an...

Advanced SQL Injection

Introduction Advanced SQL queries can be utilized in the circumstances of SQL injections where there is no response from the web server. Part 1 of the SQL injection attack is available. You should read this article if you wish to learn the principles of SQL injection....

BOF (Buffer Overflow)

We have an article related to buffer overflow and its exploits, which will give an overall theoretical understanding of the exploits. Buffer overflow is a software coding error or vulnerability that hackers might use to gain unauthorized access to business systems....

Buffer Overflow and Kernel Exploits

Buffer Overflow and Kernel Exploits

Introduction This article discusses buffer overflows and kernel exploits and illustrates numerous exploitations and attacks. It also covers strategies for elevating privileges such as Eternal Blue and Dirty Cow. We also have an essay on buffer overflow that explains...

Windows Post-Exploitation

Windows Post-exploitation refers to the attacker's actions after the target machine, or its network is compromised. In such a phase, the attacker will try to extend and elevate their access to the target through receiving persistence. This article will demonstrate how...

Linux Local Privilege Escalation

Many enterprises utilize the Linux operating system to administer services, file servers, firewalls, and other systems. However, it contains a number of flaws that an attacker may exploit. We have a part section of Windows local Privilege escalation, which will let...

Windows Local Privilege Escalation

Introduction This article introduces local privilege escalation techniques, focusing on the Windows OS booting process and user types. It will teach you how an attacker can bypass the logon screen using a bootable Windows or Linux OS drive and describes protection...

Metasploit

This article discusses the method of exploiting services while illustrating how to use the Metasploit framework specifically. And Various ways will be presented and explained. Metasploit is a vulnerability discovery and exploitation framework designed for penetration...

Bash Scripting

What is Bash Scripting? Everything that may be executed as a command and placed into a shell script is permitted. The terminal either starts a new session or inserts the script into the current one for execution. Commands are often written in plain text. Any command...

Kubernetes Security

You must understand what Kerberos is and how it works by reading the previous article. It gives a proper overview of what Kerberos is and how to exploit it. What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is a portable, adaptable, open-source system for managing containerized...

Kerberos and Tickets

What is Kerberos? Kerberos is a built-in protocol used by Microsoft for domain environment authentication. Kerberos is built entirely on trust, which, if broken, it can be violated. This article will show Kerberos and how we can exploit it. Kerberos is an...

Advanced SQL Injection

Introduction Advanced SQL queries can be utilized in the circumstances of SQL injections where there is no response from the web server. Part 1 of the SQL injection attack is available. You should read this article if you wish to learn the principles of SQL injection....

DevSecOps

What is DevSecOps The abbreviation DevSecOps stands for innovation, security, and operations. It combines cultural, technological, and platform design approaches that integrate security as a collective responsibility across the IT lifecycle. DevSecOps is the practice...

SQL Injection

What is SQL Injection? A SQL injection is a technique in which a malicious SQL query is injected into the code of a web application. This query can be used to manipulate the server to divulge unauthorized information or modify data saved on the server. An attacker can...

Burp Suite

Introduction Burp is a popular investigation tool among pen-testers since it can be used to uncover and attack vulnerabilities. Burp Suite, Owasp Zap, and Fiddler are the most frequently used traffic interception tools. The Burp Suite is a graphical tool for assessing...

Cryptography

Introduction Cryptography is the art of ensuring security by encoding messages in such a way that they become unreadable. Cryptanalysis is the process of decoding messages from an unreadable format to a readable format without understanding how they were changed from...

Steganography

CIA Model The CIA acronym stands for Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability, and they all work together to form the three pillars of an organization's security infrastructure. When any data is spilled, an account is hacked, or a system or a website is attacked...

Nessus Vulnerability Scanner

What is Nessus? Nessus is a wireless security scanning program that inspects a machine and creates a report. It finds any flaws that malevolent hackers could exploit to obtain access to any computer linked to a network. This tool is free for non-commercial use....

Data Privacy is Discipline.

Data Privacy is Discipline.

Introduction Data privacy, often known as information privacy, is a critical feature of information technology. It assesses an organization's or an individual's ability to disclose data to required 3rd parties. Online consumers continuously submit sensitive personal...

Social Engineering

Social Engineering

Introduction Social engineering is the skill of deceiving people in order to obtain vital information that can be used for malevolent purposes. Instead of focusing on the insecurities of a network or a machine, social engineering focuses on the frailty of people. How...

Rise in Ransomware

Rise in Ransomware

In this article, we are going to learn about Ransomware. Table of Contents What is Malware? Types of Malware What is Ransomware? Types of Ransomware How does Ransomware Work? Ransomware Detection Ransomware Protection What is Malware? Malware is a piece of software...

Multi-Factor Authentication

Table of Contentswhat is multi-factor authentication?How does multi-factor authentication work?multi-factor authentication with Mobile Phones.The Benefit of multi-factor authentication.How multi-factor authentication is Hacked?Future.what is multi-factor...

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