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43 minutes | May 20, 2018
Electronic Stalking and Harassment
This is a presentation I’ve been doing at a few infosec events recently. I talk about how hackers and stalkers harass you online, and how they get into your devices, email, and social media accounts. The post Electronic Stalking and Harassment appeared first on Infosec Dojo.
4 minutes | May 20, 2018
The Importance of Web Application Security
In this episode: I discuss why you should be testing your web application security, and perform periodic vulnerability scans. This one is short, and the first I’ve posted after a long break. I’ll get more into what’ s been keeping me away from this podcast in a later episode. The post The Importance of Web Application Security appeared first on Infosec Dojo.
9 minutes | Feb 25, 2018
Security in Depth is Failing
Security in Depth is Failing I’m back after fighting a cold for the past two weeks. I talk about how Security in Depth is Failing, and the reasons for that. I think this comes down to talent, training, and learning to communicate with our business leaders. This is a problem with most businesses today – we… The post Security in Depth is Failing appeared first on Infosec Dojo.
11 minutes | Feb 2, 2018
Using the SHA-1Sum for File Integrity Checks
The SHA-1Sum SHA-1Sum is a Linux that calculates and verifies SHA-1 hashes. It is commonly used to verify the integrity of files. The has values should be the same as long as the file hasn’t been modified. This is an effective way to check if system binaries have been tampered with or other files you download… The post Using the SHA-1Sum for File Integrity Checks appeared first on Infosec Dojo.
9 minutes | Jan 26, 2018
The lsof and fuser command in Linux
lsof and fuser commands in Linux – Episode 2 Show Notes lsof is a command in Linux that lists open files. running lsof gives you information such as Command, PID, TID, USER, FD, TYPE, DEVICE, SIZE/OFF, NODE, and NAME: The lsof command effectively shows you every file that’s open on the system, with the exception… The post The lsof and fuser command in Linux appeared first on Infosec Dojo.
9 minutes | Jan 21, 2018
Network Security Logging
Network Security Logging Network Security Logging is one of the basic elements you should have for your infrastructure. Proper logging of your network devices will help you build an audit trail and understand the who, what, when, where, and how of a security event. Logging is also useful for troubleshooting, investigations, and understanding the health… The post Network Security Logging appeared first on Infosec Dojo.
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