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Undetected Brute force attacks in Microsoft Azure AD.

Hello World! Recently Security Researchers have released a PoC (proof-of-concept) exploit that allows for username enumeration and password brute-forcing on vulnerable Microsoft Azure servers, more specifically Azure active directory. Is is able to do this by taking advantage of weaknesses that lie…

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Another Google Chrome patch…

Hello World! So for those who aren’t aware what exactly a 0-day is, let me give you the briefest definition I can form… Essentially a bug that has just been found (or also used to refer to something that hasn’t been found……

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Crypto waning in an open-source, eco friendly world.

Hello world! Nothing particularly important to mention today, Google has patched yet another 0-day vulnerability in their Chrome browsers, so updating your browser is an important thing to do. However crypto prices and “hype” will be todays topic, as they are increasingly…

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Credential marketplace shut down by FBI.

Hello world! This news isn’t the newest but occurred within the past fortnight, so you may have already heard. Slilpp marketplace was a significant marketplace where mostly illegally obtained credentials (emails, phone numbers, passwords etc etc.) were sold freely for nearly 10…

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Food for thought #1

Hello world! Today the UK has seen what can only be described as “downtime” with some factor regarding contactless payments, and the speed at which payments were being processed. Being the Cyber security geek, one would love to speculate of a “cool”…

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Hello World!

Hello World!, My name is Aaron and ever since I was an eleven year old boy I have dreamt of being what you would call a “hacker”, personally whilst this does ring true; I would much prefer the title of Security Researcher.…

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