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Investigate if your linux server has been hacked or not

We’re a lot to face intrusion attemps in our IS. There can be many interests for attackers, for example data theft, using your computing power … Most of the Hackers takes precaution while performing illegal activities and always try to hide themselves from being caught. Once the system is compromised …

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Hash Cracking with AWS EC2 P3 & Hashcat

Password cracking is a mandatory activity when you perform a pentest. Having access to a GPU cracking machine would be nice from time to time however and the GPU systems that Amazon EC2 supports offers a decent compromise. In this howto, I’ll share with you a script that let you install …

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Introduction to Forcepoint API & SMC-Python

A quick introduction to Forcepoint API, with the SMC-Python which is a Python based library to provide the ability to interact with the Forcepoint NGFW Management Center API. Provides automation capabilities for any environment that interact with the SMC remotely. 1 / Prerequisites Install the python package after having installed …

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Sync Keepass to Google Drive with KeePassSyncForDrive

Keepass 2.46

KeePass Password Safe is a free and open-source password manager. I already wrotte a blog post 7 years ago about how to sync keepass to Google Drive. The howto is out of date, so I propose a new one :). This time, We’ll use the plugin KeePassSyncForDrive 1 / Plugin …

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Create a custom cracking Wordlist

To perform a good pentest, nothing better than a custom wordlist to crack passwords. We may be able to generate a custom wordlist that reflects our knowledge of the target or the organization’s password policy (For example : 10chars min, Special chars …) Information Gathering To build a good wordlist, …

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