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Continue Reading... Hack The Box – You can do it Challenge
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Hack The Box – You can do it Challenge

We will complete a crypto challenge from htb called "You can do it". ***************** Remember to like and subscribe for…

Continue Reading... 2020 MITRE ATT&CK Malware Trends – Greg Foss – PSW #653
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2020 MITRE ATT&CK Malware Trends – Greg Foss – PSW #653

The MITRE ATT&CK framework has had a major impact on the cybersecurity industry and has given a defenders a haystack…

Continue Reading... Contact Tracing Apps R.I.P. – Security Now 768
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Contact Tracing Apps R.I.P. – Security Now 768

Contact tracing apps are not going to work. • Why contact tracing apps are never going to work • Unc0ver:…

Continue Reading... BeyondTrust, MITRE ATT&CK for ICS, & ThreatConnect – ESW #185
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BeyondTrust, MITRE ATT&CK for ICS, & ThreatConnect – ESW #185

This week, MITRE ATT&CK for ICS: A Technical Deep Dive, Tufin Expands Security Automation Capabilities, Strengthen Business and Security Alignment…

Continue Reading... The Real Value of Identity in a Multi-Vendor IT Environment – Adam Bosnian – ESW #185
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The Real Value of Identity in a Multi-Vendor IT Environment – Adam Bosnian – ESW #185

What is the value of identity in a larger security conversation? Why does CyberArk partner with so many technology vendors?…

Continue Reading... Cybersecurity Is a Mindset That Cannot Be Taught – Zack Moody – ESW #185
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Cybersecurity Is a Mindset That Cannot Be Taught – Zack Moody – ESW #185

Security Leadership, Accountability in Security Leadership, and Enforcing Buy-in From the Top! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show…

Continue Reading... HackTheBox – Mirai | Noob To OSCP Episode #29
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HackTheBox – Mirai | Noob To OSCP Episode #29

We will complete Mirai, a Linux ctf machine from hackthebox for learning offensive cyber security skills. You will learn: 1)…

Continue Reading... Covid-19 and the Return of the Free Range Kid
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Covid-19 and the Return of the Free Range Kid

The global pandemic has upended the rhythm of life for most families. Parents are either doing their best to homeschool…

Continue Reading... Rogue Drones, Sarwent Malware, Microsoft MFA Attack – SWN #37
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Rogue Drones, Sarwent Malware, Microsoft MFA Attack – SWN #37

This week, Defcon is still cancelled, Cyber insurance?, Phishing, rogue drones, the return of the dark web, Sarwent malware, and…

Continue Reading... IT Security Labs Hack The Box Team Live Stream – Resolute
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IT Security Labs Hack The Box Team Live Stream – Resolute

No Spoilers, just a team live stream and if members have any questions, we can help with nudges/dms on facebook….

Continue Reading... Queer Crafting: How to Make Homemade Masks
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Queer Crafting: How to Make Homemade Masks

Continue Reading... Why you shouldn’t just use Windows Firewall
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Why you shouldn’t just use Windows Firewall

Turn Off Windows Firewall and use something else. This video demonstrates with a trojan backdoor malware test, why you shouldn’t…

Continue Reading... 🔴 LIVE: Paul’s Security Weekly #652
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🔴 LIVE: Paul’s Security Weekly #652

This week, we welcome Jason Nickola from Pulsar Security, Sven Morgenroth from Netsparker, and the Security News! →Full Show Notes:…

Continue Reading... Stuxnet, RCE’s Everywhere, & Breach Chaos – PSW #652
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Stuxnet, RCE’s Everywhere, & Breach Chaos – PSW #652

In the Security News, Hackers target the air-gapped networks of the Taiwanese and Philippine military, Stored XSS in WP Product…

Continue Reading... Four More Years?
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Four More Years?

LGBTQ equality is on the line this November, 2020. Will it be four more years of Donald Trump and Mike…

Continue Reading... HTTP Security Headers In Action – Sven Morgenroth – PSW #652
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HTTP Security Headers In Action – Sven Morgenroth – PSW #652

HTTP security headers are an easy and effective way to harden your application against all kinds of client side attacks….

Continue Reading... Building An InfoSec Career – Jason Nickola – PSW #652
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Building An InfoSec Career – Jason Nickola – PSW #652

The guests on Trust Me I’m Certified have dropped some real knowledge and I’d like to distill that down as…

Continue Reading... Danny Trejo, Animal Crossing, Contact Tracing, & SaltStack – Wrap Up – SWN #36
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Danny Trejo, Animal Crossing, Contact Tracing, & SaltStack – Wrap Up – SWN #36

This week on the Wrap Up, Danny Trejo, COVID-19 Contact Tracing, SaltStack, and lots of hacked Supercomputers with cool names!…

Continue Reading... Parent voice – Mum shares creative ways of using screen time with young child
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Parent voice – Mum shares creative ways of using screen time with young child

As part of our Parent voices, Yasmine shares he final digital diary on how she and her family have been…

Continue Reading... Parent voices in lockdown – part 2 – Socialising, homework and screen time
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Parent voices in lockdown – part 2 – Socialising, homework and screen time

Single mum of two, Yasmine, shares her experience of tech with her family while being furloughed. She celebrates the way…

Continue Reading... WiFi 6 – Security Now 767
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WiFi 6 – Security Now 767

WiFI 6, Apple vs. FBI, face masks. • Last Tuesday’s Windows patch Tuesday was not the biggest ever, but it…