Offensive security certs: OSCP and OSCE review

Written by  on April 30, 2018

Today I’m going to talk about a couple of certifications that I have from offensive-security.com. As a lot of your security researchers always wonder[...]

NcNLabs – Digging deeper, looking for exploits and malware in dark nets with scrapy

Written by  on April 29, 2018

The past month I was accepted to perform a talk-workshop about open source intelligence at the NcNLabs in Barcelona. NcNLabs is an initiative of noconname,[...]

Automating malware analysis, cuckoo api + postfix

Written by  on April 25, 2018

For our sandbox setup, we will need a cuckoo machine, in this case an Ubuntu 16.04 with 2GB of RAM and a sandbox machine which will be a windows xp sp3[...]

Threat detection with Snort – Win32.Noon

Written by  on April 24, 2018

In the previous post about snort, we were talking about what can this NIDS do for us as network administrators / security researchers in matters such as[...]

Snort nids, how and where to use it

Written by  on April 23, 2018

These days I’ve been doing a lot of “blue team” stuff and one of my best allies ha been snort. Snort is basically a free and open source[...]