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How to Create a Linux Botnet Step by Step with BYOB
How to Create a Linux Botnet Step by Step with BYOB

BYOB is a project made with Python offering security researchers and developers a structure to build and operate a simple botnet to deepen their understanding [...]

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What is a Buffer Overflow and How Hackers Exploit these Flaws Part 3
What is a Buffer Overflow and How Hackers Exploit these Flaws Part 3

In our previous article we have seen how to change variables or either execute functions which should not be done through a stack buffer overflow and few more [...]

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What is a Buffer Overflow and How Hackers Exploit these Flaws Part 2
What is a Buffer Overflow and How Hackers Exploit these Flaws Part 2

In our previous article we talked about the basics such as the operating principle of RAM as well as some other points essential to understanding the RAM [...]

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What is a Buffer Overflow and How Hackers Exploit these Flaws Part 1
What is a Buffer Overflow and How Hackers Exploit these Flaws Part 1

This article is the first in a series dedicated to binary exploitation which is also more commonly known as "pwn". A buffer overflow, or buffer overrun, is an [...]

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How to Route All Traffic Through Tor Network on Arch Linux
How to Route All Traffic Through Tor Network on Arch Linux

If you use an anonymity tool, such as a VPN, ideally, your DNS requests should not go to your ISP, but the DNS hosted by your VPN. A DNS leak occurs when a [...]

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Two zero day flaws in iOS Mail threaten billions of iPhone and iPad
Two zero day flaws in iOS Mail threaten billions of iPhone and iPad

Researchers have discovered two zero-day vulnerabilities on iOS affecting the Mail application on iPhones and iPads. These relatively old flaws are actively [...]

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How to Install Metasploit 5 and Armitage on Arch Linux
How to Install Metasploit 5 and Armitage on Arch Linux

Metasploit is far more than just a collection of exploits, it's an infrastructure that you can build upon and utilize for your custom needs. This allows you to [...]

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Security breach exposed Clearview AI source code and app data
Security breach exposed Clearview AI source code and app data

A cybersecurity company claims that a Clearview AI server has been publicly exposed and has temporarily released the source code associated with its facial [...]

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Google blocks 18 million Covid-19 scams on Gmail every day
Google blocks 18 million Covid-19 scams on Gmail every day

Google blocked 18 million online scams a day last week. If the Mountain View company assures that these are classic computer attacks, these have been updated [...]

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VMware fixes a critical vulnerability in vCenter Server 6.7
VMware fixes a critical vulnerability in vCenter Server 6.7

VMware has just released a fix for a highly critical scored 10 on the CVSSv3 scale found in Directory Service (vmdir), the directory service implemented with [...]

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Conficker a Twelve Years Old Malware Attack Connected Objects
Conficker a Twelve Years Old Malware Attack Connected Objects

Twelve years after its creation Conficker malware is now attacking connected objects. The American firm Palo Alto Networks announces that it has detected [...]

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3 Million Let's Encrypt TLS Certificates Revoked Due to a Bug
3 Million Let's Encrypt TLS Certificates Revoked Due to a Bug

The Let's Encrypt certification authority was forced to revoke since March 4, 2020 more than 3 million Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates due to a [...]

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