Professionally Evil Blog

A blog by experts of penetration testing and other security assessments.
    Risks of AI Generated Content, According to an AI Content Generator
    AI and Machine Learning (ML) have become increasingly popular tools in various industries, ranging from business to healthcare. However, with the rise of these technologies comes a new set of ethical and security issues that must be addressed.   The primary concern when it comes to AI writing ...
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    Quick Bites 7 - Dr. TamperMonkey (Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love JavaScript)
    Quick Bites 7 - Dr. TamperMonkey (Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love JavaScript)
    We get really excited here at Secure Ideas about sharing knowledge with others.  Our mission ...
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    Steam Deck Privacy and Security
    Steam Deck Privacy and Security
    Like any portable computing device, there are going to be questions about privacy and security.  ...
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    ZAPmas Feedback
    ZAPmas Feedback
    Sometimes Christmas comes early, and in this case for me it was the publication of the Twelve Days ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 12 - Testing a new Content-Security-Policy
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 12 - Testing a new Content-Security-Policy
    What is the CSP? The Content-Security-Policy (CSP) is a widely recommended control and is ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 11 - ZAP impressions from a Burp user
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 11 - ZAP impressions from a Burp user
    It probably seems a bit odd to do this on Day 11 and not at the end of the series, but I have one ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 10 - Manual Web App Testing Unproxied
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 10 - Manual Web App Testing Unproxied
    Most of the time, proxying the browser doesn’t present any sort of trouble. You should be able to ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 9 - Automated Scanning and ATTACK mode
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 9 - Automated Scanning and ATTACK mode
    Automated scanning against an application is useful. It’s a faster and less labor-intensive way to ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 8 - Spidering
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 8 - Spidering
    Spidering is an automated process that recursively finds and follows all the navigation from an ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 7 - API Testing with Postman and ZAP
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 7 - API Testing with Postman and ZAP
    If you’ve done any significant amount of API development, there’s a good chance you’ve used ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPMAS - Day 6 - Passive Flaw Detection and Using the HUD
    Twelve Days of ZAPMAS - Day 6 - Passive Flaw Detection and Using the HUD
    One of the awesome things about a security-focused interception proxy like ZAP is its ability to ...
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    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 5 - Scope and Contexts
    Twelve Days of ZAPmas - Day 5 - Scope and Contexts
    Normally I don’t like having my interception proxy hide out-of-scope traffic. Doing so creates a ...
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