Since the start of June, different members of Ghost Squad Hackers have been working together to begin releasing the free version of sources codes to tools they’ve used throughout the past.
Earlier in June one of the worlds newest and most increasingly popular Penetration Testing and Security-based Operating Systems, Backbox Linux, received major updates to version 6.0
Earlier this morning developers at Kali Linux released their second update of 2019, featuring new integrations with NetHunter and ARM, allowing for better speed and performance – especially on Android mobile devices.
This weekend the famous open source ethical hacking operating system known as ParrotSec released their second update of 2019, featuring an overhauled theme and new built in security measures.
Yesterday developers at Kali Linux released their first update of 2019, here’s whats new.
International police are launching an operation to crack down on DDoS’ers worldwide, so the internet had teamed up to compile DDoS instructional material, payload’s, exploits, source codes and more.
In all my years moderating hacking chatroom’s and forums, I’ve never seen a leak quite like this. Earlier today members of the AnonOps IRC leaked perhaps the most comprehensive hacking and computer programming guide I’ve ever seen.
In the spirit of “the n00b guide” from a couple years ago, a new Anonymous activist has published a DDoS tutorial handbook.
How to better secure your computer straight from the start menu, restore/protect it if it ever becomes compromised by a virus, along with some other useless nerd stuff.