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A blog by experts of penetration testing and other security assessments.
    Steam Deck Privacy and Security
    Like any portable computing device, there are going to be questions about privacy and security.  The Steam Deck is no exception.  The Steam Deck has been quite popular lately, and is an interesting change up for Valve, the device’s manufacturer.  The fact that the Steam Deck runs Linux has pushed ...
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    Game Hacking Part 1 - Equipping Your Loadout
    Game Hacking Part 1 - Equipping Your Loadout
    Why Bother with Video Game Security? Video games are more than just entertainment. Gaming is a ...
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    Kubernetes Security - A Useful Bash One-Liner
    Kubernetes Security - A Useful Bash One-Liner
    Whether you’re an administrator, pentester, devop engineer, programmer, or some other IT person, ...
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    It's Okay, We're All On the SameSite
    It's Okay, We're All On the SameSite
    With Google’s recent announcement that all cookies without a SameSite flag will be treated as ...
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    Game Console Hacking: Part 1 Lab Setup
    Game Console Hacking: Part 1 Lab Setup
      This is the first in a series of blog posts on my journey through video game hacking and ...
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    A Container Hacker’s Guide to Living Off of the Land
    A Container Hacker’s Guide to Living Off of the Land
      Sometimes as a pentester you find yourself in tricky situations. Depending on the type of ...
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    Escaping the Whale: Things You Probably Shouldn’t Do With Docker (part 2)
    Escaping the Whale: Things You Probably Shouldn’t Do With Docker (part 2)
      This post is part 2 of a series of blog posts on container hacking. If you haven’t read the ...
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    Escaping the Whale: Things you probably shouldn't do with Docker (Part 1)
    Escaping the Whale: Things you probably shouldn't do with Docker (Part 1)
      In this blog post, I won’t spend too much time explaining what Docker is and is not. You can do ...
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