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  1. dEEpEst


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    Pluralsight Cyber Security Course Collection ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ You can download these books and guides for free if you are a PRIV8 user.

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  3. View File Pluralsight Cyber Security Course Collection - 13 GB - Pluralsight Cyber Security Course Collection ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ You can download these books and guides for free if you are a PRIV8 user. Submitter dEEpEst Submitted 10/10/19 Category Libro Online Password ********  
  4. ACT | Semi-Automated Cyber Threat Intelligence ACT enables advanced threat enrichment, threat analysis, visualisation, process automation, lossless information sharing and powerful graph analysis. Its modular design and APIs facilitate implementing new workers for enrichment, analysis, information sharing, and countermeasures. Included in the platform is Scio, a component that ingests human-readable reports, like threat advisories and blog posts, and uses natural language processing and pattern matching to extract structured threat information to import to the platform. Our Github repositories also include support for information import and data enrichment from MISP, MITRE ATT&CK, VirusTotal, PassiveDNS, ShadowServer and Splunk, with more on the way. So why build yet another threat intelligence platform? In 2014 we set out to find a platform on the market to meet the needs of our SOC and threat intelligence team. Our requirements were not particularly unique: we needed a platform that would help us to collect and organise our knowledge of threats, facilitate analysis and sharing, and make it easy to retrieve that knowledge when needed. We spent too much time on manual processes, copy-pasting information between different systems. Much of our knowledge was in an unstructured form, like threat reports, that made it difficult and time consuming to figure out if we had relevant knowledge that could help us decide how to handle security alerts and security incidents. Sound familiar? After evaluating the existing platforms, we concluded they could not easily be adapted to meet our requirements. In speaking with our partners, customers and the security community, we saw we were not alone and decided to research and develop a new platform: ACT. This session will focus on threat analysis using the GUI to demonstrate how ACT can help SOC analysts, incident responders and threat analysts/hunters/researchers. ACT Virtual Appliance This image is a virtual appliance that can be installed in virtual box or vmware. The image contains a "clean" installation, with only the ACT data model. When booting the image it will start to bootstrap the image with feeds, workers, enrichment and optionally a repository of reports. The import of data should start immediately after booting the image, but it could take several days to import and enrich everything. Image content The image contains: Centos Apache Cassandra Elasticsearch Apache NiFI ACT Platform ACT Workers ACT SCIO ACT SCIO API ACT Datamodel ACT Frontend Requirements The minimum requirements for this image are: Virtual Box 6, with NAT network 10GB RAM 4 CPUs 60 GB disk It should also work to install the virtual appliance on vmware, but the port forwarding is not automatically set up after installation, so you will need configure that yourself after importing the image. Download [Hidden Content] More info [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Complete Cyber Security Course - Learn From Scratch Learn WiFi Hacking, Sniffing, Session Hijacking, Denial Of Service Attack, Buffer Overflow and much more! What you will learn Basics Of Cyber Security Installing VM Setting Up Kali Linux Setting Up Windows Machine Powering Up Powershell Becoming Anonymous Online Using Tor and Tails Tor Relays, Bridges, and Obfsproxy Tor Hidden Services and much more! Learn About Cyber Attacks Scanning Networks Cracking WiFi Network Sniffers and SSID, MAC spoofing Session Hijacking DOS - Cyber Attack Hacking Using Buffer Overflow Requirements A computer or Mac with an internet connection Description Welcome to my course "Complete Cyber Security Course - Learn From Scratch". By using this comprehensive course you will learn the basics of Cyber Security, Some of the advanced methods of Cyber attacks and much more.In this course i will assume that you have no prior knowledge about Cyber Security and by the end of the course you will be at advanced level. Learn to launch cyber attacks like a professional hacker. This course will guide you step by step so that you will learn basics and theory of every part. In this complete Cyber Security course you will learn, Basics Of Cyber Security Setting Up The Lab Anonymity Learn To Launch Cyber Attacks In every part first you shall learn the basics and theory then we will cover the main topics. Who is this course for? Anybody who want to learn about Cyber Security Anybody who want to learn about Ethical Hacking Anybody who want to learn about Certified Ethical Hacking Download: [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  6. dEEpEst

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  7. 20 Packt Cyber Security E-Books (Worth 1000$+) Packt is one of the best IT publishers out there. Their books are expensive (upwards of 50$ each) but they're well worth it. Download Link : [Hidden Content]