Seclog - #54

Seclog - #54


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I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do. โ€” Leonardo da Vinci

๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ SecMisc

  1. ContainerCVE: A tool to scan Docker containers for security vulnerabilities. Explore ContainerCVE

  2. ugrep: An advanced file pattern searcher. Discover ugrep

  3. Awesome uBlacklist: A curated list of uBlacklist subscriptions to block unwanted search results. View on GitHub

๐Ÿ”— SecLinks

  1. AI Language Model Parameters Explained: Omar Santos discusses top_p, Temperature, num_beams, and do_sample. Read on Medium

  2. Operation Triangulation: Unraveling the last hardware mystery. Securelist Article

  3. AI Prompt Injection: Insights into the emerging threats. Learn More

  4. Poor Mans Sim Porting: Exploring USSD functionality in SIM card hijacking. Read Blog

  5. GPTs Attack Vector - PITM: Demonstrating a new attack strategy. Explore PITM

  6. Exploiting SQL Injection in PostgreSQL: Innovative error-based payloads. Mannulinux Article

  7. Monitoring JavaScript files for Bug Hunting: Tips and tricks for effective monitoring. Read Post

  8. Teleport - Access List Role Escalation: Security report detailing an escalation vulnerability. HackerOne Report

  9. Colliding Secure Hashes: Exploring the intricacies of hash collisions. David Buchanan's Blog

  10. SSH over HTTPS: A guide to setting up SSH access via HTTPS. Trofi's Blog

  11. Browser Extension Pentesting Methodology: A comprehensive guide to pentesting browser extensions. HackTricks Book

  12. Bypass SSL Pinning for Flutter: Understanding Flutter and SSL pinning bypass techniques. Medium Article

๐Ÿฆ SecTweet

  • Sam Curry's anecdote about finding a Harry Potter quote in Apple's iCloud debug page. View Tweet

๐Ÿ”— SecGit

  1. Hackmanit/TInjA: Explore this GitHub repository. View on GitHub

  2. crytic/tealer: A tool for tealing. Check it out

  3. dwisiswant0/ngocok: Discover what this repository offers. GitHub Link

  4. chbrown/unmap: A unique GitHub project. Visit Repository

  5. bierschi/chromepass: A tool related to Chrome's password handling. View on GitHub