Kubuntu and mostly ubuntu installations comes with a very basic installer, and does not allow you to personalize the encryption, by example, if you have windows and linux together in the same hard drive, the installation won’t allow you to dual boot it, it will force you to use the whole disk, removing the existing windows partition.
Many organizations fail to find an ideal pentester and end up looking for the following options:
In a recent article, John McAfee described computer forensic as a fallacy, and it’s true… here is why…
Unfortunately, TLS has been plagued by several vulnerabilities in recent years, making every HTTPS connection potentially unsafe.
In this article I’ll show you how to get the Grade A+ on SSLLabs (https://www.ssllabs.com/) through the appropriate use of GnuTLS Priorities.
I’ve always used Fedora, basically since it was RedHat 7.0 … However, from that time until now, it has changed a lot.
Since several years, we have faced a “transparency campaign” on cryptography. That means that the cipher announces itself as an “encrypted container”. This suppose a serious risk by exposing you to a rubber-hose attack.
LUKS (Linux Unified Key Setup) which is used by common Linux distributions is not the exception. But there is a hope to provide some kind of privacy.
Linux have a set of many nice applications that could fit and run on your android device.
You can install ubuntu trusty on your android by creating an special partition on your external sdcard and installing the base system there. ** Your phone must be rooted ** preferable with cyanogenmod 11.
I developed an openvpn flasheable installer package for android. This OpenVPN, unlike others in the play store, have the capability to run entirely from a command line based interface. This option was included on CM10.2 but they have dropped it on CM11. Now you can use it again:
Penetration testing and vulnerability assesment is a practice that every day becomes more important to our businesses. Today we need to make security stress tests in order to discover potential vulnerabilities that may exist in our systems.