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23 - Samy Kamkar & Reverse Engineering

The InfoSec & OSINT Show

Release Date: 09/03/2020

61 - Robert Graham & Large Scale Port Scanning w/Masscan show art 61 - Robert Graham & Large Scale Port Scanning w/Masscan

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In episode 61, Robert Graham, the creator of masscan, joins us to talk about running internet wide port scanning the right way. My 3 main takeaways were 1) How to use the banner function correctly 2) How to figure out the fastest rate you can send packets and 3) The most common mistakes Rob sees when folks run masscan

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60 - AJ Yawn & Automating AWS Security show art 60 - AJ Yawn & Automating AWS Security

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In episode 60, Josh Amishav chats with AJ Yawn about AWS security, compliance in the cloud, choosing an auditor and more. My 3 main takeaways were 1) How to make compliance not suck 2) How to automate security within an AWS environment and 3) What shared responsibility means when managing cloud infrastructure

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59 - Tim Adams & DNS Filtering show art 59 - Tim Adams & DNS Filtering

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In episode 59, Tim Adams joins us this week to talk DNS security, Zero Trust, TLD filtering and more. My 3 main takeaways were 1) How to integrate DNS Response Policy Zones, or RPZs, to prevent access to known bad domains 2) How aged a domain should be, sort of like wine, before trusting it and 3) DNS Tunneling, how to identify it and stop it

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58 - Ryan Dewhurst & Securing WordPress show art 58 - Ryan Dewhurst & Securing WordPress

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Ryan Dewhurst joins us this week to talk about all things WPScan. My 3 main takeaways were 1) common mistakes he sees when people run WPScan 2) 3 things you can do to stop 90% of WordPress attacks 3) His tips on launching a security tool

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57 - Ben Dowling & IP Geolocation show art 57 - Ben Dowling & IP Geolocation

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Ben Dowling hangs out this week to talk about IP Geolocation. My 3 main takeaways were 1) how they determine where an IP address is actually located 2) how they deal with massive amounts of crowdsourced geodata 3) how they attribute IP addresses to specific companies

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56 - Assaf Dahan & Ransomware Trends show art 56 - Assaf Dahan & Ransomware Trends

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In episode 56, Assaf Dahan  joins us to talk about ransomware, monetization techniques, attribution and getting started as a malware researcher. My 3 main takeaways were 1) why the double extortion method is so popular 2) how long it takes to exfiltrate our data 3) the most common initial attack vectors used to infect targets

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55 - Charlie Belmer & NoSQL Injection show art 55 - Charlie Belmer & NoSQL Injection

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This week Charlie Belmer joins the show to chat about NoSQLi, web proxies, cloud security, tips to get started in InfoSec and more. My 3 main takeaways were 1) how SQLi differs from NoSQLi 2) why privacy still matters and 3) How cookieless tracking works and some of the frightening techniques used

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54 - Jeff Foley & Asset Discovery with Amass show art 54 - Jeff Foley & Asset Discovery with Amass

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This week Jeff Foley hangs all to talk about asset discovery using amass, recon methodologies,  hashcat style brute forcing, extending functionality via Lua and more. My 3 main takeaways were 1) finding assets that don’t share a domain name using JARM 2) how they made scanning faster by essentially lowering the DNS brute forcing query rate and 3) where the project is headed

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53 - hashcat 101 show art 53 - hashcat 101

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This week we cover a basic introduction to password cracking with hashcat. We cover why rainbow tables are no longer useful, password salts, identifying hash types, wordlists, attack modes, the rules language, secure hashing algorithms, password safes and more.

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52 - InfoSec News & Analysis show art 52 - InfoSec News & Analysis

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This week I offer a curated (almost) 5 minute summary of the latest InfoSec news including the Ubiquiti hack, the latest Facebook data leak, PHP's official Git repository hack, Github security tool updates, Government phishing attacks, a critical netmask NPM vuln, a Spectre/Meltdown mitigation bypass, a zero-click exploit in IoS's Mail, cryptomining Docker images and Microsoft Exchange exploits in the wild.

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This week Samy Kamkar hung out to talk about some of his adventures creating worms and zombie drone armies with a focus on his process for reverse engineering both software and hardware. My three main takeaways were how he created cheats on Counter-Strike, how he created one of the fasting spreading viruses of all time and why he finds the physical access control problem interesting. For more information, including the show notes check out https://breachsense.io/podcast