Hacking a WebServer – How?

When it comes to attacking web servers without any initial access, there are more ways than one may think of. Lets start from the most common and go from there: 1. Web Application Vulnerabilities Issues within the application itself can be exploited remotely to possibly gain control or access backend systems. Vulnerabilities such as SQL

Patterns Hidden in Passwords: Part 1

In the digital age, passwords serve as the gatekeepers to our virtual lives, safeguarding everything from personal correspondence to financial information. This article provides a detailed exploration of password patterns, incorporating extensive statistics, examples, and insights to paint a full picture of current trends and their implications for security. This is the part 1 of

Beyond EyeWitness: Crafting Custom Python Scripts

Welcome to the second part of Python for penetration testing. Today, we embark on a noble quest: to check if the digital gates (ports, for the uninitiated) of our fortresses (servers, in tech-speak) are up or inviting trouble. Gathering Your Tools Before our adventure begins, ensure your satchel is equipped with Selenium and python-docx, potent

The Story of the Very First Hack

Long before the internet, two brothers, FranΓ§ois and Joseph Blanc, pulled off the very first hack in history. This happened way back in 1834, when the coolest tech around was the telegraph. Sounds a bit surreal, but back then those telegraphs did not work with electromagnetic impulses. No, they were optical. The Blanc brothers’ scheme

Hidden Treasures of Websites on GitHub

In the vast expanse of the internet, websites are mere islands in an ocean of code. And for the curious hacker, GitHub’s endless repositories hold the treasure maps to these islands. But what if these maps also contained hidden secrets? Keys to hidden doors, forgotten passages, and unguarded treasures? Today, we’re diving into the depths