Last Wednesday, I have a small talk about SQLi web application vulnerability and how to prevent it. Here, I write about the tools and resources which can be used in learning the SQLi learning and prevention.
I have a workshop titled “Introduction to Cryptography and PGP” at Urmia University of Technology. I talked about basic concepts of signature and encryption using asymmetric cryptography. Then I talked about PGP which is one of the main usages of this system. I followed the workshop with configuring Thunderbird and GPG4win for applying PGP in Email system. You may find the contents in my previous post about GPG in Thunderbird and the way PGP works.
The pictures of this session is here.
In another post, I have described how to configure GPG (PGP) + Enigmail + Thunderbird for sending signed and encrypted emails. But the inner process of PGP is not described. In this post, I will describe how PGP works and the emulation process of PGP will be covered by the nice cryptography tool named cryptoolv2.
But they have restriction for seeing results. For example SHODAN lets for unregistered users to view just 1 page (10 results). If you registered, the limitation is 5 pages. But again restriction!
So what to do?
In this tutorial I want to write about using Apache Spark on Ubuntu machines where you can develop big data analysis apps with it.
First of all, I want to write a small and quick introduction to Hadoop + Spark environment. Hadoop makes it possible to work with lots of computers in a cluster. Work can be: storing files in cluster (HDFS – Hadoop Distributed File System), storing database in cluster (Apache HBase), or run software in cluster (MapReduce, Spark).
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is a protocol for encryption and authentication of files and emails. In this tutorial I want to show how to create encrypted and signed emails using GPG (GnuPG), Thunderbird (Email Client), and Enigmail (Connector). I used windows as test case which the steps are same for *nix systems. Continue reading Encrypting Emails using PGP/GPG
I like to play with VirtualBox. So in this post I will show you how to install Kali Linux on a USB disk with VirtualBox which can be run both on VirtualBox and directly bootable.
Every change you made with VirtualBox (or direct access) will be stored on USB and can be accessed with Direct Access (or VirtualBox). It is awesome to use VirtualBox when you want to work beside another OS. And also awesome when you want to boot directly from Physical Computer.