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Incident Response: Methodology and Case Study – Part II

In this article, I will continue with the memory / malware analysis which have been started in the previous post. At the end of the post, you will be …

Cybersecurity

Roasted Broccoli With Lemon and Parmesan Recipe - Health

Step 1<p>Preheat oven to 400°F. Toss broccoli with 2 tablespoons oil on a rimmed baking sheet; brush cut sides of lemon with remaining 1/2 tablespoon …

This Is the Best Way to Cook Chicken Breasts, According to a MasterChef Champ

As a frugal 20-something living on my own in the Big Apple, I'm practically the poster child for "ballin' on a budget" — especially when it comes to grocery shopping. While picking out my weekly staples, I usually just grab whichever meats are most affordable for the sake of giving my wallet a …

Cooking

This Is How All Your Favorite Chefs Roast Potatoes

A simple side of roasted potatoes seems like one of the easiest things to make, but it all depends on the technique. The appropriate seasonings and …

How To Hack CCTV Cameras And Access CCTV Video Footage

How To Hack CCTV Cameras And Access CCTV Videos<p>There Is A <b>Need to Hack CCTV camera</b>. So lets Try This Wonderful Trick.If You Want to Hack AnyOnes CCTV …

Researcher finds huge security flaws in Bluetooth locks

Security researcher Anthony Rose just wanted to try out his Bluetooth range-finding setup. While wandering in his neighborhood, he noticed a lot of Bluetooth locks popping up and decided to do some sniffing of those "security" gadgets (read: capturing packets being sent between devices). "I …

What is the purpose of a fuzzer?

I've heard of these tools and from what I understand, they just send tons of random data at different services and observe their reaction to it.<p>What …

Cybersecurity

High frequency security bug hunting: 120 days, 120 bugs

I started my high frequency bug hunting program on January 1st, 2016 and around two months after abiding the one bug a day rule, I had hit my first …

Qrljacking

<i>This is an Attack. To view all attacks, please see the Attack Category page.</i><p>Last revision (mm/dd/yy): <b>07/16/2017</b><p>Overview<p>QRLJacking or Quick Response …

Information Security

Blockchains—focusing on bitcoin misses the real revolution in digital trust

In 2008, short of sending a suitcase full of cash, there was essentially just one way for an individual to send money between, say, the United States …

Faraday Cases

Our Zeus line of injection molded cases provide physical and electromagnetic protection in a lightweight, economical platform. The Thor line of …

Electromagnetism

SCRAM: A Protocol for Password Authentication

April 2011<p>Summary<p>SCRAM (Salted Challenge Response Authentication Mechanism) is a protocol and data storage mechanism to support password based …

Information Security

Cell-Site Simulators/IMSI Catchers

Cell-site simulators, also known as Stingrays or IMSI catchers, are devices that masquerade as legitimate cell-phone towers, tricking phones within a …

Surveillance

Only Standard

HTTP Strict Transport Security<p><b>HTTP Strict Transport Security</b> (HSTS) is a simple and widely supported standard to protect visitors by ensuring that …

Information Security

Do the ChaCha: better mobile performance with cryptography

CloudFlare is always trying to improve customer experience by adopting the latest and best web technologies so that our customers (and their …

Information Security

Recommendations for TLS/SSL Cipher Hardening

Transport Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) are widely used protocols designed secure the transfer of data between …

Information Security