Security

How to access Dark Web?

The Dark Web and how to access it - blackMORE Ops - 6

The concept of the Dark Web isn’t vastly different from the Surface Web. There are message boards (e.g. 8chan, nntpchan), places you can buy things (e.g. Alphabay, Hansa), and blogs (e.g. OnionNews, Deep Web Radio). The rules, or rather a lack thereof, is what makes the Dark Web unique. Anything …

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Brute Force Attacks Conducted by Cyber Actors

Advanced Persistent Threat Activity Exploiting Managed Service Providers

In a traditional brute-force attack, a malicious actor attempts to gain unauthorized access to a single account by guessing the password. This can quickly result in a targeted account getting locked-out, as commonly used account-lockout policies allow three to five bad attempts during a set period of time. During a …

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Targeting websites with Password Reset Poisoning

What is Password Reset Poisoning?

Most of web application security vulnerabilities, leverage user input in ways that were not initially intended by their developer(s). Password Reset Poisoning is one such vulnerability, that leverages commonly unthought of headers, such as the Host header seen in an HTTP request: GET https://example.com/reset.php?email=foo@bar.com HTTP/1.1 Host: evilhost.com Notice the difference …

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