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June 26, 2015
By: TRANSLTR
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9 Surprisingly Prevalent Social Engineering Techniques
This article will illustrate 9 surprisingly prevalent techniques used by attackers to carry out social engineering offenses.   Human-Based and Computer-Based Social Engineering   1. Impersonation: “An impersonation attack is an attack in which an adversary successfully assumes the identity of one of the legitimate parties in a system or in a communications protocol” (Encyclopaedia of Cryptography and Security).   2. Dumpster Diving: Divers go through trash ...
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June 25, 2015
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By: xc0de
A Method for Bypassing Keystroke Recognition Based Security Systems Using Social Engineering Abstract: In this paper, we aim to use the power of Social Engineering to bypass a Keystroke Recognition based authentication system. We have designed a virtual chat system (basically a chat bot), coded in Python, which performs the much needed social ...
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June 24, 2015
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By: fr4nc1stein
Reset Your Windows Password Using Kali Linux Hello Cybrary members. Here I am again to talk about Passwords for Windows 7 or any version of Windows. Sometimes, we forget our password, or we want to reset the Windows password for a friend, officemate or anyone’s laptop in legal way.  Today, I’m am going to teach you how to reset a ...
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June 23, 2015
By: fr4nc1stein
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Tutorial: Using SSLSTRIP in a “Man in the Middle” Attack
SSLSTRIP in a Man in the Middle Attack   Hello guys, In this tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to use a SSLSTRIP via the Kali OS. We’ll use SSLSTRIP for sniff or steal password in a Target PC via LAN (Local Area Network). SSLSTRIP is known in hijacking HTTP traffic on a network. For testing, we’ll try to use VMWARE and download the Kali Operating System. I’m using BT5 (Backtrack) in my presentation.   Requirements: 1. Kali OS  – Cl ...
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June 22, 2015
By: DocGreenBanner
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2 Key Elements of Your Info Sec Job Search
This is a primer for new job seekers and a refresher for seasoned job seekers.   People often ask, “How do I find and get Info Sec jobs?” This document will: identify online and offline job sources provide key elements of a good resume Element #1 – Good Job Sources Online Job Sources There are many online job sources, but a few stand out above the crowd: www.dice.com  – nearly every job here is IT-related www.monster.com www.careerbuilder ...
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June 22, 2015
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By: fr4nc1stein
Hello to all Cybrary Members. This is my process on how to launch a bruteforce attack on any web application. Today, web applications are using a defense mechanism we called Authentication and using Login Pages. I’m going to teach you how this bruteforce attack by using a simple proxy tools.   Requirements: 1. Burp Suite (click he ...
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June 22, 2015
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By: Akash Raghav M
Hello, When it comes to ” hacking ” into our target’s system, where most of us all fail is evading their Anti-Virus (AV). In this tutorial, I’ll be teaching you various ways to actually by-pass the AV, so you can easily have a meterpreter session running into your target’s system without the Anti-Virus flagging y ...
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June 21, 2015
By: DocGreenBanner
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CISSP Book Cross Reference Chapter Correspondence
CISSP Book Domain Chapter Mapping Cross Reference All in One SSCP,Gibson All in One CISSP, Harris CISSP Study Guide, Conrad Official ISC2 CISSP CBK Ch 1. Security Fundamentals Forward, introduction Ch 2. Access Controls Ch 3. Access Control Ch 3. Access Control Ch 1 Access Controls Ch 3. Basic Networking and Communications Ch 6 Telecommunications and Network Security Ch 8 Telecommunications and network security Ch 10 Telecommunications & Network securi ...
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