Tag: hacking

6 Cybersecurity Tools You’ll Need to Know About in 2019

It doesn’t take such a deep dive into 2018’s most important tech trends to understand how vital cybersecurity will be in the coming year. With the idea of cybersecurity taking a central role in US electoral politics and the world’s...

/ October 24, 2018

Writing a Basic Keylogger for macOS in Python

A brief look at how to covertly log user activity on macOS Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash ??This post is for educational purposes only?? A keylogger is probably one of the last things you want on your computer. Unfortunately, this type...

/ September 6, 2018

InfoSec Career Paths vs Programming Skills — The Basics

Image from https://www.2-sec.com/2017/08/day-life-2-sec-penetration-tester/ I’ve recently was asked for a numerous time?—?“Is being a great developer vital when choosing information security as a professional career?”, so I decided to write a more in-depth answer to the question. My answer below: Beneficial?...

/ August 22, 2018

Law v. Hacker ‘X’ — Attribution Task Force

When first starting my business, advisers warned me about including “fluff” into our various documents. Fluff is exactly what I think about when seeing all these reports appear courtesy of Rosenstein’s comments. Subjectively speaking, it could be beneficial for the...

/ August 5, 2018

Ever shipped a pet project to production?

Lessons learnt from going the full mile. As someone who loves experimenting with new ideas and tools, I find myself working on side projects quite often. Sometimes for a day or a week, then I quickly loose interest and move...

/ August 2, 2018