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Responder 2.0 - Owning Windows Networks part 3

Introduction: The power and flexibility of Responder has grown significantly over the past year. Responder is a powerful and easy-to-use tool for penetration testers looking to highlight and exploit weaknesses in a number of popular default network configurations. In this...

CVE-2014-0050: Exploit with Boundaries, Loops without Boundaries

In this article I will discuss CVE-2014-0050: Apache Commons FileUpload and Apache Tomcat Denial-of-Service in detail. The article reviews the vulnerability's technical aspects in depth and includes recommendations that can help administrators defend from future exploitation of this security issue....

The Keystone Rocks - Foundation Chips of Pentesting Tips Part 1

The knowledgebase of a penetration tester can be broadly split into two categories: Relevant knowledge and Meaningless knowledge. These can also be thought of as Non-persistent knowledge and Persistent knowledge respectively. Although, I should highlight that these alternative labels for...