Google does not want you to encrypt your drives

I have been running small Google’s Adwords campaign to lure innocent visitors to my blog. My Ad’s were disabled for some time since I couldn’t afford to pay for them. Recently (couple days ago) I re-enabled the ads in hopes of increasing visitor count. I managed to get couple hundred clicks and I was happy […]

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Exploits Tutorial: The Memory Concepts

In order to compromise a computer system, you need to first find a vulnerability in it’s defenses and successfully exploit the vulnerability. (Un-)Fortunately modern computer systems employs multiple different defenses in order to stop you. In this series we learn of couple different types exploits and how we can exploit them. Computer Science 101 When […]

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How to make Kali Linux Iptables Firewall Persistent

By default, Kali Linux doesn’t use a firewall in its network interfaces. Although Kali is silent on the network on its default setting, nothing is stopping you from starting up services. And some of the most popular tools are starting up network services (and using default username/password combination)! So just to play on the safe […]

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Your Face Is Not Your Password

In recent years there have been an influx of different biometric authentication methods. The latest horse in the race is the Apple’s iPhone X Face ID.  Although face recognition is not anything new, it surely adds it’s own twist in to the game. Apple promises that it’s algorithms can not be beaten by photographs or […]

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How to Setup Anonymous Website in Tor Network

Setting up an anonymous website or hidden service/server in Tor network is actually easier than setting up a normal web server as Tor router will nicely breach through your firewall and NAT. The regular server requires domain and hostname (DNS), public IP address and firewall rules besides the web server software (Apache, Nginx, IIS). Hidden […]

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Anonymity in the Internet

Websites and ISPs can track Internet users in multiple different ways. Web servers can use cookies or log IP addresses. ISPs can even track who uses what service. One way of tracking users is HTTP Cookies which are sent to the web server in every page visit. Cookies are restricted to the single domain so […]

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How to Encrypt GnuPG / GPG / PGP Message With Gnu Privacy Assistant

How to encrypt text with GPA In order to encrypt text, you need to first copy and paste the unencrypted text to GPA’s Clipboard. Then select Encrypt from File menu or from icon ribbon. In the dialog, select public keys which can decrypt the encrypted text. You can select multiple keys although every select key […]

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How To Export and Import OpenPGP Keys with Kleopatra and GPA

Exporting public keys OpenPGP public keys are as name suggests – public. You can post them in your website or include it in your email signature – although the signature might be little long after that. Exporting public key with Kleopatra Select your certificate in Kleopatra and select File > Export Certificates or Ctrl+E. Exporting […]

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