NFT Crime: From the Simple to the Ingeniously Simple

April 28, 2022
If you guessed these two things—a 10-kilo bar of gold and this image from the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC)—cost about the same, roughly $600,000, you’d be right. And if it’s hard to believe this is true, you’d be like almost everyone else in the world. Basically, a one-of-a-kind cartoon in a type of video...

Social Engineering Basics: How to Win Friends and Infiltrate Businesses

February 10, 2022
Technology changes and defenses get better, but some things stay the same—like human gullibility, which can be easily exploited through social engineering. What is social engineering? Social engineering, at its core, is taking advantage of human nature. Humans are innately trusting, often try to help, and want to avoid confrontation. A big facet of social...

Workflow Improvements for Pentesters

June 16, 2020
As penetration testers, we are always on the lookout for quality of life improvements. Whether it’s scripting, automating some mundane process, or trying to conquer that all-important client report, it is in our very nature to constantly strive to make things better. One way to advance your art as a pentester is through workflow improvements....

Three Most Common Physical Security Flaws (and How to Fix Them)

August 27, 2019
When it comes to physical security, the most common things we see are hardware vulnerabilities or human error (through social engineering attacks, failure to follow security guidelines, or no knowledge of security protocols). We have successfully broken into everything from locally run neighborhood shops to banks, power plants, hospitals, factories, law firms, and everything in...
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