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Task Automations on MacOS – AppleScript

Task Automations on MacOS – AppleScript

AppleScript (AS) is not a name frequently used in cybersecurity. This specific language is based on JavaScript and is used exclusively for automation tasks within the Mac OS. AppleScript can be used to move and click a mouse, enter text, resize windows, change volume levels, and generally

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New to Cybrary: Ken Underhill, Master Instructor

New to Cybrary: Ken Underhill, Master Instructor

New to Cybrary: Ken Underhill, Master Instructor One of the newest members to the Cybrary team is Ken Underhill, CEH, CHFI. You may have already seen his new Ethical Hacking course which launched a few weeks ago, but we want to introduce you to the SME behind

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Done for You: Comprehensive Collection of Pentesting Content

Done for You: Comprehensive Collection of Pentesting Content

Pentesting students on Cybrary are busy (as are all Cybrarians). Every day, there’s so much to do and learn! So, I took a little time (okay, a lot of time) to search the mysterious corners of the Cybrary site to put together this collection of pentesting content

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Pocket-Guide for the Penetration Tester Career Path

Pocket-Guide for the Penetration Tester Career Path

In this pocket-guide, we’ll cover the key elements of building a strong Penetration Tester career path. How does penetration testing fit into today’s business security landscape? As hackers’ methods continue to evolve through the use of new, sophisticated attack mechanisms, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for companies to

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Interview Prep: Penetration Tester

Interview Prep: Penetration Tester

Penetration testers are now a critical part of effective, secure IT. As noted by Info Security Magazine, good pen testers are now few and far between as the cybersecurity skills gap widens and the sheer volume of malicious attacks increase. What’s more, many companies have unrealistic expectations

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Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH) — What You Need to Know

Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH) — What You Need to Know

What You Need to Know Malware is evolving. As noted by Tech Republic, new strains such as fileless malware — which as the name suggests don’t use typical payloads but instead leverage trusted process such as PowerShell to gain system access — are ten times more likely to succeed

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Winter Phishing: Gmail Scams

Winter Phishing: Gmail Scams

Scams! Some hackers are good at them. Hackers who create phishing schemes often create documents that are realistic and convincing enough to look legitimate; causing even some of the most technologically savvy users to fall for them. That is a “good” scam. Netflix was recently the target

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Target Security Breach and the Value of Pentesting

Target Security Breach and the Value of Pentesting

Being that it’s Black Friday, I thought it only fitting to revisit the infamous Target Security Breach of holiday shopping seasons past. For Cybrarians, there’s a lot to take from the case, particularly in the area of pentesting and fundamental network security best practices. And finally, there

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The dark side of programming

The dark side of programming

Even though the average person might not be aware of it, software is everywhere in our daily lives. Everything from online transactions, buying a smartphone, to driving a car involves software. As consumers, we assume and take for granted that the software used to take care of

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The Ethical Hacker: How to Certify

The Ethical Hacker: How to Certify

A certified ethical hacker is a computer programmer hired by a business to attempt to break into a computer system with the purpose of discovering vulnerabilities and other things a malicious hacker could potentially exploit, resulting in significant damage. Ethical hackers use the same methods and programs

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