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  1. Cine nu are bilet sa isi ia azi ca se pare ca de maine se scumpesc.
  2. Falsificati si voi niste badge-uri, cat de greu sa fie?
  3. Ca hint e un "://" in acel mesaj, deci probabil un URL. Apoi, sunt acele numere cu care se pot face lucruri
  4. Folosind Azure API creezi masina virtuala cu Windows 10. Poti face tu una care sa contina ce vrei tu instalat si o clonezi cand creezi una noua. Generezi parola random si dai allow portului de RDP din Network Security Group pe resursa (VM-ul) creat. Si userii se conecteaza prin RDP si fac ce ii taie capul acolo. Sunt multe discutii referitoare la crearea de VM-uri pe stackoverflow.
  5. Depinde ce intelegi prin acel remote control. In primul rand, cu sistem de operare o sa aiba masinile virtuale, Linux? Apoi, ce vrei sa le permiti userilor sa faca prin acel remote control?
  6. Daca folosesti masini virtuale in Azure, poti sa folosesti API-ul de la Azure ca sa creezi masini virtuale si nu e dificil. Insa nu stiu cum sta treaca cu costurile. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-vm-rest-api
  7. International Hacking & Information Security Conference 7th-8th NOV 2019 BUY TICKETS Bucharest Romania About DefCamp DefCamp is the most important annual conference on Hacking & Information Security in Central Eastern Europe. Every year brings together the world’s leading cyber security doers to share latest researches and knowledge. Over 2,000 decision makers, security specialists, entrepreneurs, developers, academic, private and public sectors will meet under the same roof in Bucharest, Romania every fall, in November. Worldwide recognized speakers will showcase the naked truth about sensitive topics like infrastructure (in)security, GDPR, cyber warfare, ransomware, malware, social engineering, offensive & defensive security measurements etc. Yet, the most active part of the conference is Hacking Village , the special designed playground for all hacking activities happening at DefCamp. Site: https://def.camp/
  8. Salut, daca vrei doar pentru teste si nu ceva profesional (e.g. pe care sa ceri bani) solutia cea mai SIMPLA ar putea fi sa creezi un docker container. Doar ca nu e chiar masina virtuala. Daca vrei sa dai VPS-uri, devine mai complicat.
  9. NordVPN, a virtual private network provider that promises to “protect your privacy online,” has confirmed it was hacked. The admission comes following rumors that the company had been breached. It first emerged that NordVPN had an expired internal private key exposed, potentially allowing anyone to spin out their own servers imitating NordVPN. VPN providers are increasingly popular as they ostensibly provide privacy from your internet provider and visiting sites about your internet browsing traffic. That’s why journalists and activists often use these services, particularly when they’re working in hostile states. These providers channel all of your internet traffic through one encrypted pipe, making it more difficult for anyone on the internet to see which sites you are visiting or which apps you are using. But often that means displacing your browsing history from your internet provider to your VPN provider. That’s left many providers open to scrutiny, as often it’s not clear if each provider is logging every site a user visits. For its part, NordVPN has claimed a “zero logs” policy. “We don’t track, collect, or share your private data,” the company says. But the breach is likely to cause alarm that hackers may have been in a position to access some user data. NordVPN told TechCrunch that one of its data centers was accessed in March 2018. “One of the data centers in Finland we are renting our servers from was accessed with no authorization,” said NordVPN spokesperson Laura Tyrell. The attacker gained access to the server — which had been active for about a month — by exploiting an insecure remote management system left by the data center provider; NordVPN said it was unaware that such a system existed. NordVPN did not name the data center provider. “The server itself did not contain any user activity logs; none of our applications send user-created credentials for authentication, so usernames and passwords couldn’t have been intercepted either,” said the spokesperson. “On the same note, the only possible way to abuse the website traffic was by performing a personalized and complicated man-in-the-middle attack to intercept a single connection that tried to access NordVPN.” According to the spokesperson, the expired private key could not have been used to decrypt the VPN traffic on any other server. NordVPN said it found out about the breach a “few months ago,” but the spokesperson said the breach was not disclosed until today because the company wanted to be “100% sure that each component within our infrastructure is secure.” A senior security researcher we spoke to who reviewed the statement and other evidence of the breach, but asked not to be named as they work for a company that requires authorization to speak to the press, called these findings “troubling.” “While this is unconfirmed and we await further forensic evidence, this is an indication of a full remote compromise of this provider’s systems,” the security researcher said. “That should be deeply concerning to anyone who uses or promotes these particular services.” NordVPN said “no other server on our network has been affected.” But the security researcher warned that NordVPN was ignoring the larger issue of the attacker’s possible access across the network. “Your car was just stolen and taken on a joy ride and you’re quibbling about which buttons were pushed on the radio?” the researcher said. The company confirmed it had installed intrusion detection systems, a popular technology that companies use to detect early breaches, but “no-one could know about an undisclosed remote management system left by the [data center] provider,” said the spokesperson. “They spent millions on ads, but apparently nothing on effective defensive security,” the researcher said. NordVPN was recently recommended by TechRadar and PCMag. CNET described it as its “favorite” VPN provider. It’s also believed several other VPN providers may have been breached around the same time. Similar records posted online — and seen by TechCrunch — suggest that TorGuard and VikingVPN may have also been compromised. A spokesperson for TorGuard told TechCrunch that a “single server” was compromised in 2017 but denied that any VPN traffic was accessed. TorGuard also put out an extensive statement following a May blog post, which first revealed the breach. Updated with comment from TorGuard. Sursa: https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/21/nordvpn-confirms-it-was-hacked/
  10. Samsung: Anyone's thumbprint can unlock Galaxy S10 phone Image captionA graphic symbol tells users where they need to press to provide a fingerprint A flaw that means any fingerprint can unlock a Galaxy S10 phone has been acknowledged by Samsung. It promised a software patch that would fix the problem. The issue was spotted by a British woman whose husband was able to unlock her phone with his thumbprint just by adding a cheap screen protector. When the S10 was launched, in March, Samsung described the fingerprint authentication system as "revolutionary". Air gap The scanner sends ultrasounds to detect 3D ridges of fingerprints in order to recognise users. Samsung said it was "aware of the case of S10's malfunctioning fingerprint recognition and will soon issue a software patch". South Korea's online-only KaKao Bank told customers to switch off the fingerprint-recognition option to log in to its services until the issue was fixed. Previous reports suggested some screen protectors were incompatible with Samsung's reader because they left a small air gap that interfered with the scanning. Thumb print The British couple who discovered the security issue told the Sun newspaper it was a "real concern". After buying a £2.70 gel screen protector on eBay, Lisa Neilson registered her right thumbprint and then found her left thumbprint, which was not registered, could also unlock the phone. She then asked her husband to try and both his thumbs also unlocked it. And when the screen protector was added to another relative's phone, the same thing happened. Sursa: https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-50080586
  11. Daca inveti C++ o sa iti fie usor pe viitor sa inveti orice alt limbaj.
  12. Cand e vorba de astfel de discutii apar si oamenii dornici sa "discute".
  13. Butonul din meniu (langa Downloads) e legat de aceasta aplicatie.
  14. Nytro


    Buna intrebare. Nu am idee, dar poate ne spun ei daca sunt.
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