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Hide Yo Servers, Hide Yo Data . . .

February 14, 2018
Companies spend millions of dollars to protect their data in the forms of firewalls, antiviruses, spam filters, web content filters, multi-factor authentication, and so on. But what about physical security? Most companies will have a badge system to grant employees access to the facility. Main entrances will have a receptionist or sometimes a security guard...

Here, Phishy, Phishy!

May 8, 2015
Have you received an email from a Nigerian Princess lately offering you 20% of her $4.2 million in inheritance that is stuck in a bank? All you have to do is supply your bank account number! Have you received an email stating that you won a lottery in South Africa and all you have to...

Social Engineering Abroad

February 10, 2014
Recently, I had the opportunity to perform a social engineering penetration test in an Arabic country. Many Americans would feel similar to the way I did in the preparation days before the test. Will the culture gap cause me to offend someone? Will the language gap land me in jail? What am I going to...

SNMP? How can this be?

November 1, 2013
Have you ever had one of those internal penetration tests where everything you do either gets picked up by the company’s alarming or you get shut down with every thing you try? You’re dealing with very stringent policies for password lockouts, no open ports on anything that is not necessary, fully patched servers and workstations-...
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