Earlier in June one of the worlds newest and most increasingly popular Penetration Testing and Security-based Operating Systems, Backbox Linux, received major updates to version 6.0
Earlier this morning developers at Kali Linux released their second update of 2019, featuring new integrations with NetHunter and ARM, allowing for better speed and performance – especially on Android mobile devices.
This weekend the famous open source ethical hacking operating system known as ParrotSec released their second update of 2019, featuring an overhauled theme and new built in security measures.
Yesterday developers at Kali Linux released their first update of 2019, here’s whats new.
Digital Research Team Announces Hack of 11 Websites Across Spain, Catalonia & Venezuela, Offering To Patch Site Vulnerabilities w/ Each Leak
New group of hackers going by Digital Research Team announces massive string of ethical hacks and leaks, effecting Government agencies and public/private educational institutions across Spain, Catalonia and Venezuela.
Secretaria Municipal de Educação do Rio de Janeiro Hacked & Defaced To Teach Admins How To Patch Their Site
Not only did Knushh manage to hack Rio de Janeiro’s Municipal Education Departments website and disclose its vulnerabilities online, he also defaced the web pages to teach its administrators how to spot/fix the very vulnerabilities he exploited.
AnonOps Leaks ‘A Pirates Guide To Anonymous’ – Complete Online Hacking, Security, Programming & Video Tutorial Handbook
In all my years moderating hacking chatroom’s and forums, I’ve never seen a leak quite like this. Earlier today members of the AnonOps IRC leaked perhaps the most comprehensive hacking and computer programming guide I’ve ever seen.
Not only have 29 US states failed to complete their election security audits with the DHS, but new research from Coalfire has found critical and unpatched vulnerabilities in US voting machines days ahead of the elections.
New research from The International Information System Security Certification Consortium paints an interesting depiction of today’s cyber security landscape, showing which areas/skills are currently lacking and what employers are looking for headed into the future.