How Ransomware Evolved

In a webnar that details how MegaCortex, the most recent Ransomware, attacks the network, the presenter from Sophos briefly introduced how Ransomware evolved over the years, way back from 1989 when an AIDS trojan was spread by 20K floppy disks via postal office to most recent years attacks including WannaCry in 2017 and MegaCortex in 2019. Guess how many type […]

OSINT Framework

On OSINT framework focused on gathering information from free tools or resources. The intention is to help people find free OSINT resources. Some of the sites included might require registration or offer more data for $$$, but you should be able to get at least a portion of the available information for no cost. I originally created this framework […]

Google’s AIY Project Kits

It’s a perfect DIY project with built-in AI, brought to you by Google. The Voice Kit was launched last year and was a huge¬†success. It lets you build your own natural language processor and connect it to the Google Assistant. All fits in a handy little cardboard cube powered by a Raspberry Pi. The release of version 2 upgrades the […]

The Dots Do Matter – How To Scam a Gmail User

Dots don’t matter is a feature Google has put on Gmail, meaning If someone accidentally adds dots to your address when emailing you, you’ll still get that email. For example, if your email is¬†[email protected], you own all dotted versions of your address: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] The intention of this is good but it also opens a door for a phishing […]