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Crunch: The Wordlist Generator

Crunch is used for generating a large word list based on different parameters that we specify. We can save the word list to a file or we could even send it directly to the...

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Good Old Zip Bomb

A zip bomb is usually a small file to avoid suspicion. However, when the zip file is decompressed, the contents of the zip file is more than the system can handle. It’s commonly known...

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Getting started with GPG Part 1/2

GNU Privacy Guard(GPG) is an open source implementation of the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) standed. GPG is a command line program which can be easily integrated with different applications. GPG comes pre-installed on most...

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Signing data with a detached signature in GPG.

Signing data is a good way for verifying the integrity of the data. When we create a signature for a file we are attaching are information to it allowing other people to verify that...

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DIY USB Keyboard Injection

What is the Rubber Ducky? The USB Rubber Ducky has been a favorite amongst hackers, penetration testers, and IT professionals. With origins as a humble IT automation proof-of-concept using an embedded dev-board, it has...