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Guys, I did it, with the help from all of y’all. Bing deleted my address

Some of you might remember my original post and my subsequent update The help from this sub has been amazing and I made sure to follow the advice given to me. Well I'm happy to report that...

What are some elaborate ways to prank someone with technology in your home? Preferably without being obvious

I thought about this a bit and came up with a few things ​ Blocking a few ips from the favorite game randomly ( I know how to set up a DNS or how DNS poisoning...

Robust Indicators of Compromise for SUNBURST

submitted by /u/jonas02

Alastor | Python DDoS program submitted by /u/calebrwalk5

Hacking a Harley’s Tuner – Part 1

submitted by /u/_kawhl

Why are nearly all media coverage of Cybersecurity breaches pinned on Russians?

As I have gotten more interest in Cybersecurity, I've started paying more attention to news of major and minor hacks, data breaches, etc. Anyone who watches any form of western media would have noticed that practically all...

How to find traces of yourself on the internet

I've been going through my accounts and deleting them and I was wondering if there are any tools I can use to find traces of myself on the internet and then delete those traces as a method...

Stolen Cert from Mimecast, check your SAML tokens

submitted by /u/b3nw

Arizona Supreme Court Rules Cops don’t need a warrant to get information from internet providers.

Not sure if everyone saw this. But heads up for those living in Arizona. Hopefully this will go up to the US Supreme Court. "Arizonans have no constitutional right to online privacy to keep police from demanding...

Decrypting the Traffic of a Chinese Anti-Censorship Proxy Tunnel

submitted by /u/hyperreality_monero

The Capitol Attack Doesn’t Justify Expanding Surveillance

submitted by /u/MasterPat32

HackTricks: A free hacking book, full of useful tips

submitted by /u/loselasso

Iconic BugTraq security mailing list shuts down after 27 years

BugTraq launched in November 1993 and it was one of the first mailing lists dedicated to disclosing vulnerabilities.

Weekly Update 226

Presently sponsored by: 1Password is a secure password manager and digital wallet that keeps you safe onlineA little bit of a change of pace this week with the video being solely on the events unfolding around removing content, people...
SC Magazine

FIN11 e-crime group shifted to CL0P ransomware and big game hunting

The financially motivated FIN11, which increasingly incorporated CL0P ransomware into their operations in 2020, appeared to rely on low-effort volume techniques like spamming malware for initial entry, but put a substantial amount of effort into each follow-up compromise. “Several...

Joker's Stash, the internet's largest carding forum, is shutting down

Joker's Stash to shut down on February 15, 2021.
SC Magazine

Biden to invest in cyber workforce, but without plan to overcome lingering staffing hurdles

President-elect Joe Biden announced funding to modernize secure IT and lure cyber talent to the public sector as part of his plan to stimulate the economy and rebuild in the wake of the pandemic. But cybersecurity experts remain skeptical...