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New SMBGhost Vulnerability Affects Modern Windows Systems

A new vulnerability (CVE-2020-0796) affecting SMBv3 has been discovered. The community has started to name this vulnerability SMBGhost because everyone knows this vulnerability is present but no additional details are available. Microsoft also released the advisory ADV200005. [1]

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Domain-Join Computers the Proper Way

When you add a new computer, it must first join the domain. If you use its future main user to do it, they’ll become the owner and be able to hijack the computer to become a local administrator in four easy steps.

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Invoice Fraud with Everything the Bag of Tricks Has to Offer

Sometimes, it doesn’t take much for a good scam: a good story, a little persuasion, then disappear again… and sometimes, the scammers come up with tactics that come straight out of the textbook.

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OWASP – Toronto January 2020

A write-up of the OWASP Toronto January talk which mainly focused on the correlation and integration of results generated by automated tools in application security such as SAST, DAST and SCA. Alexandre Larocque concludes whether old-fashioned PDF reports are still worth it.

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Interview with Jim McKay

“I love hacking can be used for the greater good.” During the Solothurn Film Festival 2020 we had the opportunity to meet Jim McKay, who directed, among others, two episodes for Mr. Robot season one. Jim had also time for a short interview. What is important for you working as a director/writer? Jim McKay: I […]

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