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Windows 10 RCE: The exploit is in the link

submitted by /u/breakingsystems

Are there any tools in kali linux that can be used the identify the front and back end langauges used for a website

I'm a student and I was given an assignment to find out vulnerabilities of a website. One of the task was to find the front and back end langauges used and also the database. Do I have to manually...

Nzyme v1.2.0 has been released (Open WiFi Defense System)

submitted by /u/lennartkoopmann

OSINT tool for pulling email addresses from an organization

The title basically says it all, I am looking for an OSINT tool that is good at pulling email addresses from a designated organization. submitted by /u/Unknown_Mando

Hakluke: Creating the Perfect Bug Bounty Automation – Detectify Labs

submitted by /u/intheclairdelune

How do hackers get caught?

We all know that hacking is illegal and the cops will find you and statements related to these but what I’m interested in knowing and learning is HOW exactly would the cops of any nation discover you as the...

Is it theoretically possible to unlock an old iPad without knowing the password?

Would it be theoretically possible to unlock an iPad 4 running iOS 10 or 11 without the password, even if it’s locked after restarting?I’m not saying if it’s possible for anyone to do at home, but to be done...

Google Pixel repairs resulted in leaked pics and a privacy nightmare

submitted by /u/RelevantBox1908

Not A typical Post but I hope it made you laugh

While I Was Browsing Github I Stumbled Upon This Repo. Thought You Like It Based on a true story: ​ xxx: OK, so, our build engineer has left for another company. The dude was literally living inside the...

Someone stole $120 million in crypto by hacking a DeFi website

submitted by /u/ConsistentComment919

Germany: New government plans ‘right to encryption’

submitted by /u/redashi

Can a static website written in pure HTML be hacked?

If I code a static website in pure HTML, can it be hacked? I know the web server's still going to be vulnerable. But will there be any vulnerability in the HTML code? submitted by ...
TechRepublic

Cybersecurity: Organizations face key obstacles in adopting zero trust

Security pros surveyed by One Identity cited a lack of clarity, other priorities and a lack of resources as bumps on the road to Zero Trust.

5 Tips to Stay on the Offensive and Safeguard Your Attack Surface

New, global-scale attacks aren't a security problem; they're a big data problem requiring a data-led solution.

Emotet’s Behavior & Spread Are Omens of Ransomware Attacks

The botnet, which resurfaced last month on the back of TrickBot, can now directly install Cobalt Strike on infected devices, giving threat actors direct access to targets.

Google disrupts major malware distribution network Glupteba

Working with several internet infrastructure and hosting providers, including Cloudflare, Google disrupted the operation of an aggressive Windows botnet known as Glupteba that was being distributed through fake ads. It also served itself as a distribution network for additional...
SecurityWeek

Private Equity Firm Permira to Acquire Mimecast in $5.8 Billion Deal

Mimecast on Tuesday announced that private equity firm Permira wants to acquire it in an all-cash transaction that values the email security company at roughly $5.8 billion. Permira, which plans on taking Mimecast private, has entered into a definitive agreement...