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  3. NorthStar C2, prior to commit 7674a44 on March 11 2024, contains a vulnerability where the logs page is vulnerable to a stored cross site scripting issue. An unauthenticated user can simulate an agent registration to cause the cross site scripting attack and take over a users session. With this access, it is then possible to run a new payload on all of the NorthStar C2 compromised hosts (agents), and kill the original agent. Successfully tested against NorthStar C2 commit e7fdce148b6a81516e8aa5e5e037acd082611f73 running on Ubuntu 22.04. The agent was running on Windows 10 19045.View the full article
  4. This Metasploit module exploits an unauthenticated remote code execution vulnerability in the WWBNIndex plugin of the AVideo platform. The vulnerability exists within the submitIndex.php file, where user-supplied input is passed directly to the require() function without proper sanitization. By exploiting this, an attacker can leverage the PHP filter chaining technique to execute arbitrary PHP code on the server. This allows for the execution of commands and control over the affected system. The exploit is particularly dangerous because it does not require authentication, making it possible for any remote attacker to exploit this vulnerability.View the full article
  5. Chat Bot version 1.0 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability.View the full article
  6. What you’ll learn Oracle SQL Architecture Questions SQL Tricky Queries SQL Advanced Topic Questions Questions from past 30+ Interviews Instructor is a Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) Instructor has Points: 12,975 Level: Master in Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Requirements Should have basic knowledge on database and SQL I have attached Table and data scripts so please download and load the data so that you can practice. Description I have conducted more than 100+ Interviews. Most importantly I myself attended 30+ interviews and kept the interview questions from different Interviewers. That will be big boast to understand how different interviewer asked questions and what are the frequently asked questions There are some tough queries / tricks so If you learn them mostly tough queries can be answered Approximately 3 hours of lecture dedicated to write variety of SQL queries If you are preparing for SQL Interview or an ETL developers add punch being a ETL + SQL pro-developer and answer most of SQL questions There are around 150+ mostly asked questions from simple to expert level are discussed. It also includes 12C <<<<<<<<<< Learn SQL from an Architect who worked 16 years in SQL An Oracle Certified Professions (OCP) Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Points: 12,975 Level: Master >>>>> >>>>> Join the course and learn the important aspects and practical details of SQL and clear the interview with ease I have kept related questions together so that one can easily memorize. See you in the Class. Course covered: Relational Database concepts Explaining the theoretical and physical aspects of a relational database Relating clauses in SQL Select Statement to Components of an ERD Explaining the relationship between a database and SQL Restricting and Sorting Data Applying Rules of precedence for operators in an expression Limiting Rows Returned in a SQL Statement Using Substitution Variables Using the DEFINE and VERIFY commands Sorting Data Using Conversion Functions and Conditional Expressions Applying the NVL, NULLIF, and COALESCE functions to data Understanding implicit and explicit data type conversion Using the TO_CHAR, TO_NUMBER, and TO_DATE conversion functions Nesting multiple functions Displaying Data from Multiple Tables Using Self-joins Using Various Types of Joins Using Non equijoins Using OUTER joins Understanding and Using Cartesian Products Using SET Operators Matching the SELECT statements Using the ORDER BY clause in set operations Using The INTERSECT operator Using The MINUS operator Using The UNION and UNION ALL operators Managing Indexes Synonyms and Sequences Managing Indexes Managing Synonyms Managing Sequences Managing Views Managing Views Managing Objects with Data Dictionary Views Using data dictionary views Retrieving Data using the SQL SELECT Statement Using Column aliases Using The SQL SELECT statement Using concatenation operator, literal character strings, alternative quote operator, and the DISTINCT keyword Using Arithmetic expressions and NULL values in the SELECT statement Using Single-Row Functions to Customize Output Manipulating strings with character functions in SQL SELECT and WHERE clauses Performing arithmetic with date data Manipulating numbers with the ROUND, TRUNC and MOD functions Manipulating dates with the date function Reporting Aggregated Data Using Group Functions Restricting Group Results Creating Groups of Data Using Group Functions Using Subqueries to Solve Queries Using Single Row Subqueries Using Multiple Row Subqueries Update and delete rows using correlated subqueries Managing Tables using DML statements Managing Database Transactions Controlling transactions Perform Insert, Update and Delete operations Performing multi table Inserts Performing Merge statements Use DDL to manage tables and their relationships Describing and Working with Tables Describing and Working with Columns and Data Types Creating tables Dropping columns and setting column UNUSED Truncating tables Creating and using Temporary Tables Creating and using external tables Managing Constraints Controlling User Access Differentiating system privileges from object privileges Granting privileges on tables Distinguishing between granting privileges and roles Managing Data in Different Time Zones Working with CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP and LOCALTIMESTAMP Working with INTERVAL data types Who this course is for: Database Developers who are preparing for a SQL interview. ETL Developers who are preparing for a ETL jobs interview, as SQL is also part interview. Database Developers who want to brush-up their skills in SQL [hide]XDJ]/hide] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. This course is designed to allow the student to not only learn but have hands-on experience in examining mobile devices with free tools. This is an extension of the Introduction to Computer Forensics course. Students will get an understanding of iOS and Android devices. This course is also designed for students to understand the architecture, file system, and appropriate tools for analysis. What are the requirements? You should have a basic knowledge of mobile devices. You should have access to an iOS and Android device. What am I going to get from this course? Students will know concepts of mobile forensics, the core values, and challenges involved. Students will be able to acquire an understanding of internals of iOS devices, and how to acquire logical, filesystem, and physical images. Students will be able to acquire data from iOS backups, and learn iOS Data Analysis and Recovery. Students will be able to understand Android along with Android forensic setup and Pre-Data Extraction Techniques. Students will be able to understand Android App Analysis, Malware and Reverse Engineering. Students will be able to acquire a basic overview of forensic approaches when dealing with Windows Phone Forensics. Students will be able to acquire a knowledge of how applications are stored on Android, iOS, and Windows devices and how commercial and open source tools parse through application data. What is the target audience? This course is for Cybersecurity students, attorneys, private investigators, and anyone interested in mobile forensics. [Hidden Content]
  8. facial recognition AI technology is scary good! Verify if Someone is Real Upload a face of a person of interest and discover their social media profiles, appearances in blogs, video, and news websites. Avoid Dangerous Criminals As society became soft on crime, criminals are free to walk. With FaceCheck you can check a person's photo against millions of faces from mugshot, sex offender websites, and suspects that appeared in the news. Keep Your Family Safe Protect your family from fraudsters FaceCheck works extra hard to find and index faces of violent criminals, child rapists & molesters, sex offenders, kidnappers, abusers, murderers, hate crime perpetrators, burglars, gang members, fugitives, terrorists, online dating & romance scammers, and other fraudsters. Avoid Becoming a Victim Verify people and stay safe Uncover catfish, romance scammer, or fake dating profile Avoid dating a swindler, convict, or deadbeat Uncover con-artists before doing business with them Uncover abusers, sex offenders, and pedophiles Uncover fake video reviews and testimonials [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. [Hidden Content] Telegram Channel: @databasefromstorm My telegram: @BrowzData
  10. The search terms (dorks) provided are designed to locate specific types of files or directories indexed by web servers. These files often contain sensitive information, which can be useful to security researchers but can also be targeted by malicious actors. Here is a brief explanation of each query: [Hidden Content]
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  12. This book is a descriptive summary of social engineering attacks and their challenges with various case studies from diverse authors across the globe. The authors of Chapter 1 introduce the concept of social engineering and emphasise its role in hacking. This sets the stage for exploring how human psychology can be exploited for cyberattacks. Chapter 2 delves into the critical initial phase of social engineering, which is information gathering. It explores the techniques and methods that attackers use to collect data about their targets. The authors of Chapter 3 discuss the cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities associated with social engineering. The chapter also presents countermeasures and strategies to prevent and mitigate these types of attacks. Chapter 4 focuses on packet sniffers and presents a case study that examines the tools, techniques, and tactics employed by attackers to intercept network traffic for malicious purposes. Chapter 5 explores the broader impact of social engineering attacks on organisations. It delves into the financial, reputational, and opera- tional consequences of successful social engineering attacks. Chapter 6, “Impacts of Social Engineering in E-Banking”, specifically targets e-banking and investigates the unique impacts of social engineering attacks on the financial sector while highlighting the vulnerabilities and potential consequences. Chapters 7 and 8 unveil the tools and psychological principles behind social engineering, providing insights into how attackers manipulate human behaviour to achieve their goals. The authors of Chapter 9 focus on machine learning and introduce an algorithm designed to address social engineering attempts within chat messages to enhance security in online communication. Chapter 10 conducts a survey of security models tailored for the Internet of Things (IoT) and highlights the importance of safeguarding IoT ecosystems from social engineering threats. In Chapter 11, a study is conducted on image detection and extraction techniques that utilises Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) and IoT to estimate distracted drivers, emphasising safety and security concerns in the automotive industry. The authors of Chapter 12 focus on cyberattacks, countermeasures, and their conclusions. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Module 1: Developing an Eye for Design Part 2: Design Basics & Principles Part 3: Web Design Specifics Part 4: Website Design Build Part 5: Webinars & Extra’s Here’s What You Get: Learn how to design stunning websites and develop an “eye for design” which will help you earn more by creating beautiful, conversion based designs for you and your clients. And remember, you get lifetime access when you join! Learn the basics and fundamentals of good design practices. Gain and eye for design even if you feel you’re not a creative type. Earn more by offering beautiful designs that convert for your clients. Learn best practices for web design making you more valuable. Learn from real world examples on sites we took from ugly to beautiful. Become confident when designing websites, emails and other mediums. Course contains 15 main design lessons (15 videos at 4hr 38min) and the website build portion contains 6 lessons (12 videos at 3hrs 21min). 3 Additional webinars followed by live Q&A’s (3 videos at 3hrs 16min) Total course time: Currently 11hrs 16min with webinars included. Module 1: Developing an Eye for Design In this module, we’ll explore the super important “mentality” of good design, why it’s important and crucial psycological strategies and tactics that you can apply to help you gain and eye for design no matter what level you’re currently at. Lessons: Why Good Design Matters (10:27) Purpose of Good Design (12:05) How to Develop an Eye For Design (20:21) How to Overcome Design Block (19:06) Resources for Your “Design Toolbox” (14:18) Part 2: Design Basics & Principles In this module, we’ll explore the most important general, basic and fundamental elements of good design which you can apply to every aspect of a website design and even into other avenues such as how to format text and content in a pleasing way, graphic or print design, thumbnails and more. Lessons: Hierarchy (20:37) Rule of Thirds (12:05) Fonts & Typography (26:28) Color Management (28:35) Images & Text (14:45) Part 3: Web Design Specifics In this module, we’ll take everything we’ve learned up to this point with the physiology and fundamentals of good design and look at how to apply them to the most important areas of a website design which will help conversions, aesthetics, organization, user engagement and more! Lessons: Call-To-Actions & Conversions ( 22:23) Navigation & Menus (17:56) Webpage Flow & Design (19:31) Blending It All Together (22:56) Desktop vs Mobile Design (16:54) Part 4: Website Design Build In this module, we’ll put everything we’ve learned to the test and create a beautiful website using all the principles, tactics and elements of good design. What we build here can be translated to an unlimited number of website styles all still based around the basic, most important fundamentals of good design. Lessons: Planning out the design + Josh’s design questionnaire (15:01) General design settings (12:36) Header/menu build (19:14) Front page build (7 videos, 1hr 42m) Sub page build (25:45) Mobile design optimization (25:37) Part 5: Webinars & Extra’s (In this module, I’ll do a few live webinars that cover case studies and exclusive example style trainings. Students can watch live, join in the chat and ask questions after each webinar. They will also be archived here for those who can’t make it live. Lessons: Webinar 1: Case Studies – Before & Afters from My Portfolio (59:53) Webinar 2: Text Based Design (1:16:29) Webinar 3: Thumbnail & Featured Image Design (1:00:21) Course links and resources [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. The Offensive Security Training Library (OTL) continues to expand! What’s New? New Courses and Topics We’re thrilled to be adding new 100-level Learning Paths, with CLD-100 focused on Cloud Security set to launch in July, and another soon-to-be-announced course on track to land in the OTL during Q3! Soon to come Topics in CLD-100 include Introduction to Kubernetes 1 & 2, Discovering Exposed Docker Sockets, Cloud Architecture Overview, and Containers for Cloud. The existing PEN-100, WEB-100, and SOC-100 courses were enriched with 15+ new fundamental Topics, with more Topics continuously underway so we can further support continuous cybersecurity workforce development and training. Current Topics include: As you’ve noticed, there is an overlap between the Learning Paths and Topics. Learn Fundamentals encompasses true information security fundamentals, meaning that the same basic skills are required no matter what domain a student pursues later on. The OTL subscription model of content delivery has allowed us to not only update course content but also introduce content to the library that is not part of a course. The 10+ newly released Topics include: Report Writing for Pentesters Patching Linux Assets Patching Windows Assets I & II Introduction to Linux Privilege Escalation Introduction to Windows Privilege Escalation Introduction to Incident Response Introduction to XSS Introduction to Nmap Assessments & badges The eagerly awaited assessments and badges are finally here! Now, students can assess their level of knowledge before advancing to other Learning Paths. When students complete at least 80% of the PEN-100 exercises and then pass a 5-hour practical assessment with a score of over 80%, they will be awarded a badge to showcase their accomplishments. With badges and assessments students will be able to: Track their learning progress Understand the level of content they have assimilated Demonstrate competency and skill level Showcase their accomplishments with certifications that are verified through Accredible Badges and assessments for other 100-level courses will be released in the following months. Individuals All information security job roles require a solid understanding of the fundamentals. The Learn Fundamentals training plan was developed to support learning and professional development for those passionate about cybersecurity but who have yet to obtain a solid knowledge of the basics. As an individual student, you will be able to: Start your information security career with easily digestible content Use hands-on exercises to apply the knowledge learned Track progress and showcase accomplishments with assessments and badges Have access to two OffSec certifications: KLCP and OSWP Prepare for entry-level roles and our 200-level courses to advance your career Organizations Organizations can leverage our learning management system, the OffSec Portal, to track their team’s progress and test their knowledge with assessments and earned badges: Identify and educate promising talent through world-class content Train staff by immersing them in interactive hands-on exercises Develop talent to enter offensive and defensive security roles Follow team member learning with reporting, assessments, and badges Challenge IT staff and developers to perform with security in mind THESE ARE ALL HTML FILES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. CHAOS version 5.0.8 is a free and open-source Remote Administration Tool that allows generated binaries to control remote operating systems. The web application contains a remote command execution vulnerability which can be triggered by an authenticated user when generating a new executable. The web application also contains a cross site scripting vulnerability within the view of a returned command being executed on an agent.View the full article
  16. Joomla versions 4.2.8 and below remote unauthenticated information disclosure exploit.View the full article
  17. The NethServer module installed as WebTop, produced by Sonicle, is affected by a stored cross site scripting vulnerability due to insufficient input sanitization and output escaping which allows an attacker to store a malicious payload as to execute arbitrary web scripts or HTML. Versions 7 and 8 are affected.View the full article
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