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Cross Site Scripting (XSS) to Meterpreter

Hello Guys, Today we are going to learn about how we can exploit Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability and gain access over client’s system via meterpreter. 1,364 more words

Computer Security

3 - Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Cross-site scripting is a form of injection where an attacker can run malicious code from a client-side web application. This occurs when the application does not validate or sanitize the user input. 437 more words

Penetration Testing

IoT Security is Hard: Here’s What You Need to Know

Security for anything you connect to the internet is important. Think of these devices as doorways. They either allow access to services or provides services for someone else. 83 more words

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Anatomy of an Ad-based Clickjacker

UPDATE: it looks like this issue in Safari on iOS (see below) may have been addressed by release 10.3.

Cool. So I was browsing a super cool website the other day (rollcall dot com) in Safari on an iPhone and all of the sudden this happens: 1,090 more words

The Gab Fail Chronicles: LOL DDOS, EULA, and NAZIS

The dishonesty of Andrew Torba knows no bounds in the latest postings. The reality of the mater, as I understand it, is most of the down time was related to fixing the major security issues I’ve raised over the past few days. 479 more words

Andrew Torba

Destroying Gab, with words, on a screen, but at least it's not LiveJournal!

“build it yourself social media back end for blog comments”

NEW BLOG WITH UPDATES AND REPLIES TO GAB’S SILLINESS

Greetings Kids,

It’s been a while since I did a post exposing and pointing out major flaws while laughing hysterically. 1,174 more words

Andrew Torba