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In this book review, I looked at the topic of pentesting cloud-based applications, specifically Microsoft’s Azure. While the focus of the book was for Azure, a lot of the information will be beneficial no matter the cloud environment.
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I found “Learning Malware Analysis” to be very informative, easy to read as well as follow, moreover I found the examples in the book easy to replicate which was priceless.
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Authoritarian regimes are using spyware tools bought from private companies in the West. Hacker PhineasFisher targeted these companies to reveal their deals to suppress dissent.
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Bautista’s approach of the book “Practical Cyber Intelligence” was comprehensive for both the beginner and seasoned security practitioner regardless of their role. I do think seasoned professional in leadership will find more value in the text as compared to a Jr. Security Analyst. In addition, as an educator, this text definitely has a role in the academic realm especially in the graduate level.
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At that time (2014) the Sony Hack was one of the worst attacks against a corporation. Not only were embarrassing emails released, personal health records of employees and their family and social security numbers to name a few were dumped.
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The first episode looked into the decentralized group of international activist hackers known as “Anonymous” which has been linked to numerous high-profile incidents over the years, including Internet attacks on governments, major corporations, financial institutions and religious groups.
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A vulnerability scanner is software application that assesses…
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The Internet of Things Comes to the DoD–With Disastrous Consequences
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A Book Review of “Penetration Testing: A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking”
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Let’s face it here, the term “Blackhat” is related to hacking but it’s clear they didn’t have anybody on the set that knew what that meant