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July 1, 2015
By: Multi Thinker
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XPath Injection (Part 1)
XPath is used to create queries which allow users to manipulate data inside a XML document. In this tutorial, we’ll start with the basics of XPath queries to understand them better. Later on, we’ll move onto the injecting part. Below is a little introduction to XPath from the w3school to understand the terminology used in XPath  Data Manipulation Language. Just as we need to know what a database is (tables, columns, data, queries, etc.) if we want to learn SQL i ...
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June 30, 2015
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By: dsojer
This information might already be in the forums or quickly retrieved via searching online. Yet, after a few minutes of not finding a link, a how-to, etc online, I decided to attempt to update Burp Suite in Kali on my own. When I opened the application today, it prompted to download a new version. I ran software updates and apt-get update on K ...
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June 29, 2015
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By: Ξ B ☢ B Ξ
“Humans are, and always will be, the weakest security link.”   It’s amazing how many companies I’ve worked with during Pen-testing/Ethical Hack engagements that have either foregone the social engineering aspect of the hack or limited the social engineering test to a single instance in a single category. And, it really ge ...
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June 26, 2015
By: TRANSLTR
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9 Surprisingly Prevalent Social Engineering Techniques
This article will illustrate 9 surprisingly prevalent techniques used by attackers to carry out social engineering offenses.   Human-Based and Computer-Based Social Engineering   1. Impersonation: “An impersonation attack is an attack in which an adversary successfully assumes the identity of one of the legitimate parties in a system or in a communications protocol” (Encyclopaedia of Cryptography and Security).   2. Dumpster Diving: Divers go through trash ...
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June 25, 2015
By: xc0de
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A Method for Bypassing Keystroke Recognition Based Security System Using Social Engineerin ...
A Method for Bypassing Keystroke Recognition Based Security Systems Using Social Engineering Abstract: In this paper, we aim to use the power of Social Engineering to bypass a Keystroke Recognition based authentication system. We have designed a virtual chat system (basically a chat bot), coded in Python, which performs the much needed social engineering on the victim. A wise victim may think that the bot is trying to extract confidential credentials from him and so provides ...
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June 24, 2015
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By: fr4nc1stein
Reset Your Windows Password Using Kali Linux Hello Cybrary members. Here I am again to talk about Passwords for Windows 7 or any version of Windows. Sometimes, we forget our password, or we want to reset the Windows password for a friend, officemate or anyone’s laptop in legal way.  Today, I’m am going to teach you how to reset a ...
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June 23, 2015
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By: fr4nc1stein
SSLSTRIP in a Man in the Middle Attack   Hello guys, In this tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to use a SSLSTRIP via the Kali OS. We’ll use SSLSTRIP for sniff or steal password in a Target PC via LAN (Local Area Network). SSLSTRIP is known in hijacking HTTP traffic on a network. For testing, we’ll try to use VMWARE a ...
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June 22, 2015
By: DocGreenBanner
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2 Key Elements of Your Info Sec Job Search
This is a primer for new job seekers and a refresher for seasoned job seekers.   People often ask, “How do I find and get Info Sec jobs?” This document will: identify online and offline job sources provide key elements of a good resume Element #1 – Good Job Sources Online Job Sources There are many online job sources, but a few stand out above the crowd: www.dice.com  – nearly every job here is IT-related www.monster.com www.careerbuilder ...
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