We’ve covered various forms of remote penetration testing, so in this episode we get up close and personal. On-site penetration testing has its own benefits, risks, and nuances. This week, the guys discuss activities such as Wireless Network Penetration Testing and Physical Security Assessments that are conducted on-site. This is “the fun stuff” and you don’t want to miss this episode!
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Headlines from Episode:
Millions of Artifacts, Misconfigured Enterprise Software Registries Are Ripe for Pwning
Hackers can hack organizations using data found on their discarded enterprise network equipment
Thousands of publicly-exposed Apache Superset installs exposed to RCE attacks
AuKill tool uses BYOVD attack to disable EDR software
EvilExtractor, a new All-in-One info stealer appeared on the Dark Web
Experts spotted first-ever crypto mining campaign leveraging Kubernetes RBAC
Chinese APT group Alloy Taurus unleashes new Linux variant of PingPull malware
US charges North Korean official in crypto laundering conspiracies
Why CISOs and legal need to be on the same page when their company is hacked
VirusTotal now has an AI-powered malware analysis feature
New SLP bug can lead to massive 2,200x DDoS amplification attacks
Malware-Free Cyberattacks Are On the Rise; Here's How to Detect Them
Cisco discloses XSS zero-day flaw in server management tool