The art of fuzzing is a vital skill for any penetration tester or hacker to possess. The faster you fuzz, and the more efficiently you are at doing it, the closer you are to achieving your goal. Ffuf comes in handy to help speed things along and fuzz for parameters, directors, etc.
Surge.sh flies under the radar of many, but it’s pretty common among static-site developers. I find it to be the best place for hosting my XSS payloads. It’s free, easy, they provide SSL, and you can deploy scripts in few seconds.
Whether you’re a pentester looking to gain some experience in mobile hacking or a developer aiming to build secure apps, familiarizing yourself with some of the common security mistakes developers make will serve you well.
If you are looking for a little toy project to pass some time during these days then this project may be for you. In this tutorial, we will install Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi to get rid of all the ads.
While MacOS computers have been spared from some of the most famous malware attacks, there is no shortage of malicious programs written for them. Keep your computer safe from some of the most common types of malware with two free tools.
Kali Linux, by default, probably doesn't have everything you need to get you through day-to-day penetration testing with ease. With a few tips, tricks, and applications, we can quickly get started using Kali like a professional white hat.