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Cerberus Linux v1 Subsystem for Windows 10!

Cerberus Linux subsystem is Linux to run on top windows! like the picture bellow^^^ Cerberus linux v1 tools and extras : 15 new Cerberus Frameworks : Metapackages , containers with custom scripts within! Exploits (to analyze): EARLYSHOVEL RedHat 7.0 – 7.1 Sendmail 8.11.x exploit EBBISLAND (EBBSHAVE) root RCE via RPC XDR overflow in Solaris 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 (possibly newer) both SPARC and x86. ECHOWRECKER remote Samba 3.0.x Linux exploit. EASYBEE appears to be an MDaemon email server vulnerability EASYFUN EasyFun 2.2.0 Exploit for WDaemon…

Windows10

Black Window 10 v2

  Black Window Enterprise 10 Codename : Polemos Black Window 10 Enterprise is the first windows based penetration testing distribution with Linux integrated ! The system comes activated with a digital license for Windows enterprise! It supports windows apps and Linux apps, GUI and terminal apps! It comes with a tone off hacking tools plus all the tools that are included with the latest release of Cerberus Linux! It has managed to implement Cerberus os within windows. Offers the stability of a windows system…

Debian

Cerberus Linux v3

  Cerberus Linux v3  Cerberus is a penetration testing distribution focusing on automation and anonymity , it aims to have the best tools available on the hacking scene tools like Fuzzbunch, Dandespritz, Cobalt strike, Armitage, Metasploit framework and Metasploit community version set up and ready for use!! It includes custom scripts, custom themes, custom icons!Cerberus distribution is based on Debian testing, it has the capability to use 3 repositories to install packages from kali repo,Debian repo, and cyber sec repo! Cerberus is an Angry…

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Cyber security tales of terror that are sure to make your skin crawl

By Larry Trowell, principal consultant at Synopsys This Halloween season, in celebration of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, I’d like to introduce you to a few unwelcome trick-or-treaters you may meet. But don’t look out the window for them; they may already be inside your home, hiding in the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT is the entire network of devices that have the technology and protocols to collect and share data: smartphones, cars, thermostats, smart appliances, cameras, home assistants, fitness devices, and anything…

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Deflecting DDoS – Key Tactics in the Battle Against IoT-Powered Attacks

By Ronald Sens, EMEA Director, A10 Networks  What makes a DDoS successful? I asked myself that question at the end of August when the central bank of Spain, Banco d’Espana, was hit by a DDoS attack that took its website temporarily offline. The bank issued a statement acknowledging the attack and stating that “no damage” had been done and its operations, as a central bank with no commercial arm, were not affected, implying that the attack was not successful. Meanwhile, the hacktivist group, Anonymous…

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Why Kubernetes is helping to make Cloud mainstream

By Ronald Sens, EMEA Director, A10 Networks There has been a lot of talk in the first half of 2018 around how cloud is being adopted for mission critical applications and becoming mainstream. Right now, the impact of cloud services, cloud technologies and practices for organisations is rapidly accelerating as we enter the next wave of cloud adoption.  To this point, analysts at Forrester predict that the public cloud market will grow by 22 percent in 2018, to $178 billion. This momentum is being…

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Emergence of Global Legislation Against ‘Fake News’ May Present Regulatory Risks

In response to fake news becoming an increasingly pervasive issue affecting the global political climate, many countries have implemented, or are in the process of implementing, legislation to combat the online spread of false information. While it’s difficult to reach uniform conclusions about these different legislative acts, organisations with an online presence in countries with anti-fake news laws may be subjected to increased government scrutiny, as well as potential fines or sanctions. The following countries have passed legislation to combat the spread of fake…

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Weaving the security thread into the business conversation

It used to be difficult to discuss security within an organisation, terms like Phishing needed explanation, Denial of Service was when the local garage couldn’t change the oil in your car, and forget about Botnets. However over the years, and at an accelerated pace it has become easier for us security professionals to communicate types of risks and vulnerabilities – why? Because they are now part of our everyday lives, and when they become normal they don’t require explaining, they are familiar.   We…

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The 3 Most Powerful Types of Threat Information Sharing – and How to Stay Compliant

By: Paul Kraus, CEO, Eastwind Networks When it comes to IT security, the unknowns impose the greatest threat. Luckily, many types of threats are very much on the cybersecurity radar. Institutions and organizations who pay attention and take advantage of available threat information sharing are more likely to succeed in keeping their networks secure from hackers and attacks. Unfortunately, threat sharing isn’t a prevalent common practice and much available information isn’t the most complete or accurate. To discover potential threats, IT security teams need…

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More speed less satisfaction – why faster is not always better in ecommerce delivery

Written By Matthew Robertson, Co-CEO, NetDespatch In our non-stop lives, it often seems that everyone is competing to do things as quickly as possible. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the fast-paced world of online retail. There’s an abiding assumption that, if customers want something, they want it as fast as humanly – or technologically – possible. The result is that delivery continues to be the key battleground for online retailers. From same-day, four-hour and last year’s Prime day delivery record of 14…

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All the voices at the table: The benefits of diversity

By: Nicola Whiting, COO of Titania and a finalist in the Security Leader/Mentor category in the Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards 2018 “If you are sitting in a decision room and everyone looks like you and thinks like you, you will come up with a less-than-good answer. We need all voices at the table to make the best decisions.” Michelle Obama I’d agree, the benefits of diversity are far reaching (especially in terms of bottom line profits and fresh ideas) – I’d also say…

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Top 3 Issues at Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018

By Ronald Sens, EMEA Director for A10 Networks As the number of connected devices and systems grow, so does the number of threats we have to defend against. At the 2018 US Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit held in June, many security professionals visited our stand, and we heard their concerns around the current state of the cyber security world. There were certain issues that appeared more than others and below I have summarised these. Cryptocurrency was widely talked about, as were fears…