Will Artificial Intelligence make Cybersecurity Engineers Obsolete?
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by otw
1M ago
Welcome back, my aspiring cyberwarriors! Probably the most common question I have received in recent months is, "Will AI Make Cybersecurity Engineers Obsolete?" This leads to the subsequent and inevitable question, "Am I wasting my time training to become a cyberwarrior?" As you know, we are on the brink of an artificial intelligence revolution! AI will likely change our lives in ways that it is hard to anticipate. I CAN tell you one thing with certainty, AI will NOT make cybersecurity engineers obsolete. Here is why. AI Augments Rather Than Replaces Cybersecurity Roles AI can automa ..read more
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Hacking the Cloud: Privilege Escalation in AWS
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by otw
1M ago
In the previous tutorial, we learned about cloud technologies and how to conduct data gathering. It's not always the case that the user whose access you managed to obtain will be an administrator, so it's worth learning how to perform privilege escalation in an IAM environment. It’s recommended to start from the policies: our goal is to get unlimited access to as many resources as possible. A policy with Action: , Resource: , Effect: Allow. IAM provides a wide range of capabilities, and as a result, the attack vectors are many. Let's look at some of them. Creating a new policy version The i ..read more
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Satellite Hacking, Part 1: Getting Started
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by otw
1M ago
Welcome back, my aspiring radio satellite hackers! In this series of tutorials, we will be exploring hacking satellites from a multitude of approaches. Satellites have become a ubiquitous and necessary technology in our everyday lives. They provide us with internet access, television and radio signals, location services, satellite phone service and, of course, satellite images necessary for domestic and military uses. If these key technological devices are vulnerable to hacking, much of our every day communication could be hampered or impaired. Furthermore, these satellites play a key role in ..read more
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Hacking the Cloud: Getting Started
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by otw
2M ago
Cloud technologies are great for making it easy to set up infrastructure for apps and services. Increasingly, companies and independent developers are moving their projects to AWS, Azure, or others. In this article, we'll get familiar with the basics of cloud technologies, find out what services we can use, and analyze how hackers can gain access. We will conduct reconnaissance and gather important information. Cloud is a technology that provides Internet users access to computer resources of the server and use of software as an online service. This means that even from a smartphone that h ..read more
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Hackers-Arise Offers the Best Cybersecurity Training on the Planet!
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by otw
2M ago
Hackers-Arise Offers the Best Cybersecurity Training on the Planet! We attract superior students from around the globe! Don't take our word for it, look what are students are saying! To participate in this state-of-the art training, we offer multiple training packages. One for nearly every budget and every skill level, such as: Member Gold- This is a monthly program where you can study online all of the over 30 courses in the Subscriber package. Subscriber- This is our most popular program. You can attend live trainings by Master OTW and study previous courses in the Subscrib ..read more
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Hacking Active Directory
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by otw
2M ago
Agent, your mission—code-named "Digital Lockpick"—is set within the cyber walls of Active Directory, the nexus of network security. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: to exploit the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, a seemingly innocuous yet vital pathway through which information travels. This operation hinges on mastering the SMB Relay Attack, a tactic that will allow you to navigate through secured checkpoints without detection, bypassing traditional credentials. With Impacket as your toolkit and its -i switch as your master key, you'll be able to open doors that were ..read more
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Anti-Forensics: Using Veracrypt to Hide Your Most Sensitive Data
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by otw
3M ago
Welcome back, my aspiring cyberwarriors! In our industry, we often carry around some very valuable and sensitive data. This might include a bug bounty technique, a zero-day, future plans in our cyberwar, or simply confidential information on our family and friends that they have shared with us. It is critical that this information not fall into the wrong hands if our laptop is stolen or misplaced. As you know, a password protected operating system will not protect your data from a skilled investigator. Data on your hard drive can be accessed using a live boot forensic operating system o ..read more
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Bluetooth Hacking: Injecting Commands into a Bluetooth Device with BlueDucky
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by otw
3M ago
Welcome back, my aspiring cyberwarriors! Bluetooth is a nearly ubiquitous protocol used to communicate between devices in close proximity or piconet such as speakers, headphones, and cellphones. If one can exploit Bluetooth, it may be able to take control or eavesdrop on any of these devices. There are numerous classes of Bluetooth devices. These different classes are announced to the connecting device in the banner. In previous Bluetooth tutorials here, we have discussed probably the most important class for exploiting Bluetooth devices, the HID class. This class of devices are known as H ..read more
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SDR for Hackers: The DragonOS for Software Defined Radio
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by otw
5M ago
Welcome back, my aspiring radio hackers! Radio hacking using inexpensive SDR's is the state-of-the art in hacking. So many communication mediums using radio waves that the list could fill this tutorial but a few include; Bluetooth Cellular phones Satellite phones Wi-Fi National defense and Police radio Satellite communication Remote controls GPS NFC Automobile key fobs ...the list could go on and on. Many of the tools in this field are open-source with a significant list of dependencies. This can mean hours of downloading and configuring applications and dependencies. Thankfully, we now have ..read more
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Hackers-Arise Announces a New Training Program: Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR)!
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by otw
8M ago
Many of our aspiring cyberwarriors have been asking for a separate digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) training program and we have responded! This new program will use many of the existing courses on our Subscriber and Subscriber Pro platform and add additional, new courses specifically for digital forensics and incident response. We recognize that not everyone in cybersecurity wants to become a hacker/penetration tester and many of you will choose a career in protecting an institution's resources. This career has excellent job security (hacks will not stop any time soon) and exce ..read more
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