Professionally Evil Insights

Welcome to the Professionally Evil Insights blog by Secure Ideas! In this digital playground, we unravel the complex world of information security with a touch of fun. Our expert-led content ranges from deep-dives into penetration testing to explorations of hardware hacking. Whether you're curious about Secure Ideas or passionate about cybersecurity, this blog is your quick, enlightening, and entertaining guide into the captivating world of information security.

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    Nmap vs. Masscan
    hacking  |  NMAP  |  port scanning  |  masscan  |  host discovery
    If you are in IT, chances are you have at least heard of Nmap and Masscan. Both are free and ...
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    Quick Bites Ep 4 - Let's Talk About SSRF, Baby!
    Let’s talk about you and (application) secur-i-ty! Let’s talk about all the good things and the bad ...
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    View Wireless Profile Password Information Using PowerShell or CMD
    Training  |  professionally evil  |  Secure Ideas  |  hacking  |  Windows  |  Windows 10  |  Windows 11  |  sysadmin  |  system administration  |  cmd  |  wireless  |  wifi  |  wifi password  |  powershell  |  wireless profile
    There are a couple different ways for you to access your Windows wireless password information. If ...
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    What are the key requirements of the GLBA Safeguards Rule?
    The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) contains the Safeguards Rule. This requires financial businesses ...
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    JuiceShop Workshop in less than 5 minutes
    Training  |  application security  |  OWASP  |  AWS  |  IaC  |  JuiceShop  |  Containers  |  AWS_ECS  |  workshops  |  Vagrant  |  AWS-CDK
    Have you ever deployed 10-30 containers in AWS with the single stroke of a key? (well if you don’t ...
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    How to Obfuscate Strings in Rust the Easy Way Using the litcrypt Crate
    application security  |  programming  |  rust  |  Obfuscate  |  litcrypt
    Overview Static strings in a binary can make the life easier for reverse engineers, be those ...
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    Application Security 202: Vulnerabilities Accepted
    vul·ner·a·bil·i·ty The quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or ...
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    (Not So) Quick Bites - Episode 3 - Writing About Writer's Block
    Deliverables  |  consulting  |  application security  |  Secure Ideas  |  cybersecurity  |  methodology  |  Project  |  Writing  |  Quick Bites
    So, sometimes I have a real problem with writing, specifically reports and blog posts. Somehow, ...
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    How to allow multiple RDP sessions
    The goal of this article is to walk through how to set up a Windows host to allow multiple remote ...
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    Hunting Secrets
    Applications are hemorrhaging sensitive data. In many cases, the culprit is marketing and analytics ...
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    Ensuring Web Security via Ansible (Apache)
    NOTE: even though this will require Ansible, you can run this on any operating system contrary to ...
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