Saturday, March 25, 2023

Which type phishing is this ?

submitted by /u/fine_world_07

How (not) to set password policies

Taken from and actual website, obviously I haven't registered anymore submitted by /u/No_Tackle_5439

Wifi deauther interface

Working on an interface using tkinter to use airmon-ng, for now I'm configuring this program to use it on my own system, I'm planning to make it everyone friendly when everything i want...

Threat Hunting Tools List

submitted by /u/DrAndyBlue

Discussion: Are we entering the golden age of hacking, where software written by language models that “looks correct” to the lazy human operator is used despite being full of vulnerabilities?

Assisted by large language model code generators, people will "write" software they don't understand, and deploy it. If so, can you provide examples in the wild? If not, why not? submitted by /u/BUGFIX-66 ...

General Bytes Bitcoin ATMs hacked using zero-day, $1.5M stolen

submitted by /u/DrinkMoreCodeMore

Flipper zero open the all of hotel doors

submitted by /u/inmystyle
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