Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Contributed by Dean De Beer and extracted from the old Infosecwriters archives, but still relevant today. Having had numerous people recently ask me about the various uses for Netcat I decided to put together a document showing a few handy uses for good ol' Netcat. Netcat has been described as... + continue reading
Security Policy
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Contributed by Bruce D Waugh in 2008 and pulled from the old Infosecwriters archives. Information security policy, while being one of the most important steps in helping to secure an information system, is also one of the most frequently overlooked and misunderstood in small businesses.... + continue reading
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Contributed by Angelo Rosiello many years ago (2004) from the old Infosecwriters archives. A shellcode is a group of instructions which can be executed while another program is running. Nowadays lots of examples show how a shellcode can be uxecuted while an application is running and its... + continue reading
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Contributed by Mike Richter. In modern society, the use of networked based computer systems is a core component in almost any form of business, research, or social undertaking. These systems contain sensitive data that ranges from family histories to medical records, to vital financial data the... + continue reading
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Contributed by Mikal Chavez Many users in today’s society are precarious about the topic of information security while exploring the depths of the virtual world. Fortunately, there are pre-configured layers of security provided by default via the operating systems firewall. However, how much... + continue reading
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Contributed by Angelo Rosiello many years ago (2004) from the old Infosecwriters archives. A shellcode is a group of instructions which can be executed while another program is running. Nowadays lots of examples show how a shellcode can be uxecuted while an application is running and its followings is proposed us by vulnerabilities' exploits.... + continue reading
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Contributed by Mike Richter. In modern society, the use of networked based computer systems is a core component in almost any form of business, research, or social undertaking. These systems contain sensitive data that ranges from family histories to medical records, to vital financial data the serves as the lifeblood for modern society. Due to... + continue reading

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Contributed by Bruce D Waugh in 2008 and pulled from the old Infosecwriters archives. Information security policy, while being one of the most important steps in helping to secure an information... + continue reading

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Contributed by Anoop M.S. The paper gives an introduction to elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) and how it is used in the implementation of digital signature (ECDSA) and key agreement (ECDH)... + continue reading

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Contributed by Dean De Beer and extracted from the old Infosecwriters archives, but still relevant today. Having had numerous people recently ask me about the various uses for Netcat I decided to... + continue reading

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Contributed by Mike Richter. In modern society, the use of networked based computer systems is a core component in almost any form of business, research, or social undertaking. These systems... + continue reading

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Contributed by Mikal Chavez Many users in today’s society are precarious about the topic of information security while exploring the depths of the virtual world. Fortunately, there are pre-... + continue reading