New Video Series

We are excited to announce we have started production on our first video series!  “Metasploitable without Metasploit”  The focus of this video series it to teach the up and coming InfoSec student how to manually exploit Metasploitable.  This is going to help you get a much better understanding as to why these exploits work, and what makes them tick.

Don’t get us wrong we love Metasploit, but we also feel it is important to have a solid foundation in exploitation the manual way.  This video series was inspired by taking the OSCP course, which has very strict guidelines for when and what you can do with Metasploit.

Shaws and Star Market Data Breach – What You Need To Know

So yes yet again we are faced with another data breach of a major chain of retail stores. This time it is Shaws and Star Market. These companies are owned by Albertsons.

At this point the details have not been released. It would appear that the Point of Sale (POS) system was probably targeted to steal the customer information.

So what did they get? Allegedly they have Names,Expiration Dates, Card Numbers, Pin Numbers (Unclear), and 3 digit security codes. Customers that shopped at Shaws and Star Markets between June 22 and July 17 should keep a close eye on their bank accounts and report any discrepancies to their financial institutions.

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Having just finished the OSCP labs (exam is next week), I needed something to keep my mind to working, and do something a little fun. Naturally, I turned to Vulnhub.com to download a vulnerable VM and keep my geek appetite satisfied. Prior to starting the OSCP course, I frequented Vulnhub as a way to “prepare” me for the labs during the course. (Its obviously a good start, but nothing can prepare you for those, just FYI).

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