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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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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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Cyber Pop: Bug Bounty

What is a bug bounty? A bug bounty program is an initiative offered by many companies and websites that rewards individuals for discovering and reporting bugs, specifically exploits and vulnerabilities. Also called a vulnerability rewards program (VRP), this type of exchange provides recognition and compensation to those

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Your Complete Guide to Fuzzing

What is fuzzing? A black box software testing technique, fuzzing is a more refined version of trial and error, used to discover coding errors and security vulnerabilities in software. It involves imputing large amounts of random data, known as ‘fuzz,’ into the target program until one of

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Your Complete Guide to Burp Suite

Since web applications offer data access to customers, employees, and other key groups, they have become a weak link for many organizations. If a hacker gains access, they often have direct access to confidential data, meaning that web application security testing should be a high priority to

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Hacker, YouTube Star, and Cybrary’s New Course Contributor: Priyank Gada

Hacker, YouTube Star, and Cybrary’s New Course Contributor: Priyank Gada

If you are an avid reader of 0P3N, chances are you’ve seen a post or two from avid contributor Priyank Gada (@groupflexi). Priyank, who has experience as a forensics expert and penetration tester, frequently makes YouTube videos to share his knowledge. One area he’s extremely knowledgeable in

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Exploring The Dark Web: Don’t Venture In Alone

Cyber Threat Intelligence is a complex topic consisting of a lot of moving parts. It requires a high degree of technical knowledge combined with a healthy dose of paranoia. Staying ahead of the bad guys or simply keeping up with them is a 24/7 job. Threat intel

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History of Phishing: Then and Now

History of Phishing: Then and Now

 Last year (2016) turned out to be a banner year for phishing. According to APWG (Anti-Phishing Working Group), the total number of phishing attacks in 2016 was 1,220,523, a 65% increase over 2015. In the fourth quarter of 2016, APWG saw an average of 92,564 phishing attacks

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The WikiLeaks Just Keep Dripping

Table of Contents: 1. What’s in the vault? 2. Hacking the endpoint is where it’s at. 3. Who done it? 4. Ethical issues.   This past Tuesday (March 7, 2017), the internet’s online library of cool stuff, WikiLeaks, published the first of what it promises to be many more materials related

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Software Security Analysis: Manual vs. Automated

Software Security Analysis: Manual vs. Automated

A lot of effort goes towards securing networks and the resources they host, but when it comes to the seven layers of the ISO OSI stack, it’s the application layer where a lot of the trouble begins and ends. Gartner places 90% of the blame for security

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