Blogposts about cyber security in general, pentest, cloud security and red teaming from our team.
Timeboxing is a central concept of agile software development and is being used in more and more areas. Basically, a timebox refers to the time you have to complete a task.
Open Source Intelligence, or OSINT for short, refers to the collection of information from public sources for use in the context of intelligence.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF/XSRF) is an attack that forces an end user to perform an unwanted action in a web application.
Since the classical enumeration of user names is often no longer possible, a time-based approach must be taken to get this information.
Today, IT security is more important than ever. After all, data breakdowns, system failures and even hacker attacks put a strain on the IT infrastructure.
The Log4Shell zero-day vulnerability is considered highly security-critical. It allows attackers to execute arbitrary code.
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