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  1. Features Automatically scour Instagram for fresh, relevant E-mail addresses in order to build your very own private E-mail list. Proxy Support In order to avoid limitations, we have HTTP/HTTPS proxy support. Simply import your proxy list along with your username list and click "START". Data Collection User ID Visible Email Addresses Followers/Following Is Business/Business Category Multithreaded Choose how many requests you make simultaneously by inputting your desired thread count. Saves Successful Proxies Instagram is notoriously hard to find working proxies for. To save you a lot of trouble, we implimented a successful proxy list builder. Simply let the program run. [Hidden Content]
  2. We share a lot of information on the internet. Some of which is extremely personal, and we should not share it with anybody. Because this can provide us with financial and social harm, in this world of technology, anyone can access our data if he gets a little information. He can access our data that we don’t want to share. He can also access our bank account information that can provide us with financial damage. So, we have to share our personal information on the internet with great attention following are some useful tips to secure your personal information on the internet and avoid damage because of this. Always turn on data backup Update your device software regularly Always turn off your PC after use Always Protect your Password Delete files properly Always turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi when not in use Protect Your Device With Security Lock Reset Your Device Properly Before Selling Don’t share personal information on random calls, SMS, or emails Be careful while shopping online Don’t share your personal information publically on social media Take care of the privacy settings of your device Don’t add any random person to your friend list on social media sites Avoid using Public wifi for personal browsing and online banking. Always sign out from important sites Always use two-way authentication Don’t open random links on email and WhatsApp Turn on SMS or email service for bank transactions Always use antivirus for your device Don’t let everybody use your device
  3. Do you want to learn Python Programming well and fast? Are you looking for the best Python for Data Analysis and Analytics course? Do you want to learn Data Science and how to leverage Python for it? Do want to learn Python Machine Learning and start implementing models? If yes, then this Python for Beginners Crash Course is for you. This is the most complete Python guide with 4 Manuscripts in 1 book: 1-Python Programming 2-Python for Data Analysis & Analytics 3-Python for Data Science 4-Python Machine Learning A great opportunity: Simplicity, Best Order and Selection of topics to Learn Fast and Selected Practice Exercises and Examples. In Manuscript 1 “Python Programming” you'll learn: - What is Python - How to install Python and what is the best distribution - What are data types and variables - How to work with numbers in Python - What operators there are in Python and when to use them - How to manipulate Strings - How to implement Program Flow Controls - How to implement loops in Python - What are Python lists, Tuples, Sets and Fictionaries and how to use them - How to create modules and functions - How to program according to the Object Oriented paradigm - How to create classes - What are and how to use Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction and Encapsulation And much more... In Manuscript 2 “Python for Data Analysis & Analytics” you'll learn: - What Data Analysis is and why it is important - What are the different types of Data Analysis - What are the 6 key steps of the Data Analysis process that you should follow - What are the applications of Data Analysis and Analytics - How to set up the Python environment for Data Analysis - What are and how to use Python Data Structures - How to work with IPython/Jupyter Notebook - How to work with NumPy - How to visualize data with Matplotlib - What other visualization libraries are out there - Why is Big Data important and how to get the best out of it - How to leverage Neural Networks for Data Analysis And much more… In Manuscript 3 “Python for Data Science” you'll learn: - What is Data Science and what does it encompass - What are the 5 key steps of the Data Science process that you should follow - How to set up the Python environment for Data Science - How to work with Seaborn data visualization module - How run scientific analysis with SciPy - How to do Data Mining - What are the most important Machine Learning Algorithms - How to leverage the Scikit-Learn module for Machine Learning - How to leverage Data Science in the Cloud - What are the most important application of Data Science And much more… In Manuscript 4 “Python Machine Learning” you’ll learn - What is Machine Learning and what does it encompass - What are the 7 Steps of the Machine Learning Process - What are the different Machine Learning types - How is Machine Learning applied to the real world - What are the main Data Mining techniques - How to do Data Mining - How to best set up the Python environment for Machine Learning - What are the most important Python libraries for Machine Learning - How to leverage Tensorflow for Deep Learning - How to work with Keras for Deep Learning - How to leverage PyTorch for Recurrent Neural Networks And much more… [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  5. SecretFinder SecretFinder is a python script based on LinkFinder, written to discover sensitive data like apikeys, accesstoken, authorizations, jwt,..etc in JavaScript files. It does so by using a jsbeautifier for python in combination with a fairly large regular expression. The regular expressions consist of four small regular expressions. These are responsible for finding and search anything on js files. The output is given in HTML or plaintext. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  6. The Best Android File Recovery software to recover deleted photos, videos, audios, WhatsApp, text messages, contacts, call logs and documents from Android devices and SD card. FonePaw Android Data Recovery: Brings Simple to Files Recovery Easy to Do Recovery Just need to click and wait to get the data back on PC and transfer to your Android. In High Speed Compared with others, it scans your deleted files faster. Secure Without Loss It will protect your phone data and not delete anything. Free Try to Preview You can preview the deleted data before recovery without pay. [Hidden Content] [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  7. Professional iPhone data recovery software gives you flexible solutions to recover lost data from any iPhone, iPad and iPod running the latest iOS 13. (WhatsApp, Messenger, Kik, Line, Viber, WeChat supported) 1.Support 3 modes to recover lost files 2. Preview before recovery 3. Selectively restore 4.Simple to use - 3 steps for recovery [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  8. Backuptrans - Android Data Transfer Transfer and Copy Android Data to PC/another Android in Clicks Transferring data from Android to computer or Android to Android is so easy now. Here you just need to take a few simple mouse clicks with our trustworthy Backuptrans Android Data Transfer. No technical knowledge required. Amazingly easy-to-use and yet most powerful.It can help you easily backup, restore, transfer and manage Android Data & Files on computer. Backup various data from Android to computer, like Music, Movie, Photo, Playlist, Camera Roll, Ringtone, Message(SMS & MMS), Contact, Calendar, Call history, Bookmark etc Restore data from computer to Android any time you want Transfer Data between Android Phones directly on Computer Smart File System to Copy files between Android and Computer Freely Transfer Data between Android phones of any networks like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile etc Support Samsung, HUA WEI, HTC, MOTOROLA, Sony Ericsson, LG and More Android iPhone Data Transfer Plus [Hidden Content] [HIDE][Hidden Content]] Backuptrans - Android iPhone WhatsApp Transfer + Copy Android/iPhone WhatsApp Messages to PC or another Android/iPhone If you have two Android/iPhone devices or one Android and one iPhone, it's always wise to find a tool to help you manage WhatsApp Chat History for your Android/iPhone devices or to transfer WhatsApp Messages between Android and iPhone. Backuptrans Android iPhone WhatsApp Transfer + is the best all-in-one WhatsApp Messages manager package which lets you copy & share WhatsApp Chat Mesages for Android/iPhone on computer directly. No Root/Jailbreak required. Backup WhatsApp Chat History from Android/iPhone to PC Restore WhatsApp Chat History from Computer to Android/iPhone Transfer WhatsApp Messages between Android and iPhone Recover WhatsApp Messages from iTunes Backup to Android/iPhone Export WhatsApp Messages to document file(Txt, Csv, Doc, Html, PDF) Print out WhatsApp Messages in conversations on PC Extract WhatsApp pictures videos audios etc attachments on PC Support iPhone, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, LG, Huawei and More Backuptrans Android iPhone WhatsApp Transfer Plus 3.2.129 [Hidden Content] [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  9. This Metasploit module exploits the trusted $PATH environment variable of the SUID binary omniresolve in Micro Focus (HPE) Data Protector versions A.10.40 and below. The omniresolve executable calls the oracleasm binary using a relative path and the trusted environment $PATH, which allows an attacker to execute a custom binary with root privileges. View the full article
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    XNU Data Race Remote Double-Free

    XNU suffers from a remote double-free vulnerability due to a data race in IPComp input path. View the full article
  11. Master Data Online suffers from a cross site request forgery vulnerability that allows for data tampering. View the full article
  12. DCNM exposes a file upload servlet (FileUploadServlet) at /fm/fileUpload. An authenticated user can abuse this servlet to upload a WAR to the Apache Tomcat webapps directory and achieve remote code execution as root. This module exploits two other vulnerabilities, CVE-2019-1619 for authentication bypass on versions 10.4(2) and below, and CVE-2019-1622 (information disclosure) to obtain the correct directory for the WAR file upload. This module was tested on the DCNM Linux virtual appliance 10.4(2), 11.0(1) and 11.1(1), and should work on a few versions below 10.4(2). Only version 11.0(1) requires authentication to exploit (see References to understand why). View the full article
  13. Master Data Online version 2.0 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
  14. JSC suffers from a data mishandling bug in ytecodeGenerator::emitEqualityOpImpl. View the full article
  15. Tool to Create a Fake Access Point and Sniff Data mitmAP - Combining the power of various tools, such as SSLstrip2, Driftnet, tshark, wireshark, mitmproxy and more, you can create a fake AP and sniff the data of whoever connects to it. _ _ ___ ______ (_) | / _ \ | ___ \ _ __ ___ _| |_ _ __ ___ / /_\ \| |_/ / | '_ ` _ \| | __| '_ ` _ \| _ || __/ | | | | | | | |_| | | | | | | | || | |_| |_| |_|_|\__|_| |_| |_\_| |_/\_| 2.2 A python program to create a fake AP and sniff data. new in 2.0: SSLstrip2 for HSTS bypass Image capture with Driftnet TShark for command line .pcap capture features: SSLstrip2 Driftnet Tshark Full featured access point, with configurable speed limit mitmproxy Wireshark DNS Spoofing Saving results to file requirements: Kali Linux / Raspbian with root privileges A wireless card and an ethernet adapter / 2 wireless card Python3 (mitmAP will install the dependenices, you don't have to do it) downloading: [Hide]"git clone [Hidden Content]] starting: Kali Linux -> "sudo python3" Raspberry PI -> "sudo python3" Important: At the first run, choose 'y' on installing dependencies and on creating the config files! disclaimer: I'm not responsible for anything you do with this program, so please only use it for good and educational purposes.
  16. Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) versions 11.1(1) and below suffer from authentication bypass, arbitrary file upload, arbitrary file download, and information disclosure vulnerabilities. View the full article
  17. hi all Is there any way to delete data anyone try to access it I thought that no matter how hard you tried to encrypt the data, it could be Extract i asked Is there any way to delete data anyone try to access it and how
  18. Web Data Extractor Pro is a powerful and easy-to-use application which helps you automatically extract specific information from web pages. Main Features: Completely new powerful spidering engine Completely reworked UI - slick & sexy Pro version of WDE doesn't have any limits - feel free to process thousands of sites, gigabytes of data Extremely fast search and accuracy Extract any data you want by Custom data extraction Support of working with proxy servers' list New session management allows you manage huge amount of data Brand new simplified user interface Unicode support [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  19. AUO Solar Data Recorder versions prior to 1.3.0 suffer from an incorrect access control vulnerability. View the full article
  20. Google Helps Police Identify Devices Close to Crime Scenes Using Location Data April 15, 2019Swati Khandelwal It's no secret that Google tracks you everywhere, even when you keep Google's Location History feature disabled. As revealed by an Associated Press investigation in 2018, other Google apps like Maps or daily weather update service on Android allows the tech giant to continuously collect your precise latitude and longitude. According to Google, the company uses this location-tracking features with an intent to improve its users' experience, like "personalized maps, recommendations based on places you've visited, help finding your phone, real-time traffic updates about your commute, and more useful ads." Moreover, it's also known that Google could share your location data with federal authorities in criminal investigations when asked with a warrant. Google 'SensorVault' Database Help Police Solve Crimes But what many people weren't aware of is that Google also helps federal authorities identify suspects of crimes by sharing location history of all devices that passed through crime scenes over a certain time period. It should be noted Google doesn't share personal information of all nearby users; instead, it asks the police to first analyze location history of all users and narrows down results to only a few selected users to receive their names, email addresses, and other personal data from Google. A new in-depth report from The New York Times revealed that Google maintains a database, known internally as Sensorvault, over nearly the past decade, containing detailed location records from hundreds of millions of phones around the world, and shares with authorities nationwide with warrants to mine it to help in criminal cases. According to several unnamed Google employees cited in the report, such requests to dive into Google's Sensorvault database have spiked in the last six months, with the company receiving as many as 180 requests in just one week. How Does Law Enforcement Use Google SensorVault Database? To seek location data, law enforcement needs to get a so-called "geofence" warrant. Here below I have tried to step-by-step illustrate how Google shares location data when "legally" required: The authorities reached out to Google with a geofence warrant looking for smartphones Google had recorded around the crime scene. After receiving the warrant, Google gathers location information from its Sensorvault database and sends it to investigators, with each device identified by an anonymous ID code and not the actual identity of the devices. Investigators then review the data, look for patterns of the devices near the crime scene, and request further location data on devices from Google that appear relevant to see the particular device movement beyond the original area defined in the warrant. When investigators narrow results to a few devices, which they think may belong to suspects or witnesses, Google reveals the real name, email address and other data associated with the devices. The NYT report explained the entire process when federal agents requested the location data to investigate a string of bombings around Austin, Texas. Federal agents first used this technique of catching criminals in 2016, which has since been spread to local departments across the country, including in California, Florida, Minnesota, and Washington. While the technique has been proven to work, it's not a foolproof way to catch criminals. Some cases highlighted by the NYT report showed how police used this data to accuse innocents, with one man jailed for a week last year in a murder investigation after being recorded near the killing location and then released after investigators pinpointed and arrested another suspect. It's no surprise that law enforcement seeks help from tech companies during criminal investigations, but the use of location history databases like Sensorvault has raised concerns... concerns about the privacy of users... concerns about data collection... concerns about innocent being accused and implicated.
  21. RedTeam Pentesting discovered that the Cisco RV320 router still exposes sensitive diagnostic data without authentication via the device's web interface due to an inadequate fix by the vendor. View the full article