Discover specific areas that Large Language Models can eliminate pain and friction inside your security initiative, insight into what can be tricky, and explore the emerging architectures essential to bringing these ideas to life.
Uncover how these tools are enabling the sharing and refinement of rules and checks, encouraging the adoption of secure-by-default architectures, and unlocking unanticipated use cases that can drive scalable and responsive security practices.
CURRYFINGER quickly and effectively identifies the real hosts behind CDN networks like CloudFlare - and outperforms existing tools. Find out how to use it.
Carefully crafted code as art, ALEXATOP answers questions such as ‘what 1,000 domains in the Alexa top 1 million are fronted by Cloudflare?’ For science.
A quickly built tool that acts like an authoritative nameserver and can deliver arbitrary payloads to servers over DNS.
Wherein GNS3 and Cisco VIRL IOSv, IOSvL2, simulates a 3 VLAN network, Yersinia makes you a trunk via DTP packets, and Linux’s
802.1q module deals with the tagged packets.
Sweating the small stuff; fonts and print. Read more for more than you ever wanted to know about DUALUSE’s font choices.
Publishing has always been a bit tricky for me, I look for, in any content generator, control over the output - and minimalism. I set about building a Hugo site the hard way.
Building a pure
a0 Hashcat OpenCL kernel for XenForo’s
sha256(sha256($pass).$salt) hash scheme.