This is a fairly interesting subject I think as a lot of people still ask me if they are entering the security field if they still need to learn Assembly Language or not? For those that aren’t what it is, it’s pretty much the lowest level programming languages computers understand without resorting to simply 1’s [...]
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Redseal is launching a free offer next week for security consultants, pen testers and auditors. Redseal develops a product called Security Risk Manager (SRM), it does the following – (non sales overview) Imports firewall and router configuration files Audits and checks them for errors, mis configurations, redundant rules, checks against best practices etc Draws a [...]
After the web 2.0 hacking with firefox and its plugins article I wrote some months ago, recently I found a new way to transform firefox in the ultimate pen-testing tool… actually it has been lying in my inbox for days… …new Firefox Framework Map collection of the most useful security oriented extensions. We called the [...]
There seems to be a certain amount of confusion within the security industry about the difference between Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment, they are often classified as the same thing when in fact they are not. I know Penetration Testing sounds a lot more exciting, but most people actually want a VA not a pentest, [...]