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Using Wordpress to get shell access (Basic Pentesting Part 4)

In our previous post we had discovered hidden webpages on the csec machine. Turns out it was a wordpress website.

Today, we will try to assess the vulnerabilities of this website. 409 more words

Basic Pentesting Project

Discovering hidden webpages (Basic Pentesting Part 3)

Every technique described here is executed on machines hosted locally. Never try any of these steps on any asset that you do not own or control. 412 more words

Basic Pentesting Project

Privilege Escalation on Linux Ubuntu (Basic Pentesting Part 2)

Every technique described here is executed on machines hosted locally. Never try any of these steps on any asset that you do not own or control. 516 more words

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Basic Pentesting : 1 from Vulnhub

Every technique described here is executed on machines hosted locally. Never try any of these steps on any asset that you do not own or control. 801 more words

Basic Pentesting Project

CSEC Past Papers 2016 - 2018

These are CSEC CXC Past Papers for 2016 – 2018. This page will be frequently updated to add more past papers as I get them. 171 more words

CSEC: Forms 1-5

Canada's cyberspy agency defends proposed new powers to go on offensive

A senior official from Canada’s cyberspy agency says proposed new powers would allow it to stop a terrorist’s mobile phone from detonating a car bomb, block the ability of extremists to communicate, or prevent a foreign power from interfering in the country’s democratic process. 563 more words

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Nenshi responds to negative election-night tweet from Calgary Flames staffer

Calgary mayor-elect Naheed Nenshi said he’s never met the Calgary Flames staff member who tweeted a disparaging remark about him after his re-election on Monday night. 442 more words

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