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  • Hello r/cybersecurity community! I’ve been investing time into a side project named BREACH :: HARBOR. It’s a self-hosted cybersecurity platform crafted to not just fend off threats but to anticipate them. Here’s a breakdown:

  • What is CMDB?

    The post What is CMDB? appeared first on Hyperview.

  • The advent of DevOps—short for Development and Operations—provided an efficient approach for streamlining the software delivery pipeline. DevOps has achieved measurable improvements in deployment frequency, lead time, and system reliability by fostering a symbiotic relationship between software development and IT operations. However, integrating security measures into this pipeline has often been considered an afterthought or…

  • Google services disabled

    I wonder if disabling some things in the Google account minimizes all this invasive tracking of the same In case I disabled some things already some time ago

  • Hey everyone, Ever felt the pit in your stomach realizing you’ve been misled or scammed online? I’ve been there – it happened to me last month. From that sting, Pengwynn was born.

  • I am testing hardened LibreWolf vs. hardened Brave, all settings set to strictest possible. I am running uBlock origin and PrivacyBadger on both. According to, LibreWolf has a unique fingerprint while Brave doesn’t. I haven’t found any significant differences on the detailed report.

  • I know there’s services like incogni that tell data brokers to delete your info and data. But what’s to stop them from just going and collecting more data from the source? Like accounts and services you’ve forgotten about. There got to be some way to also clean up accounts services you don’t use anymore

  • this just happened to me and i just wanted to post the solution for anyone else that this might happen to(solution at the bottom)

  • Privacy in the digital age Members Online

  • Recent breaches of MGM’s casino systems “were probably carried out by teens and young adults who have allied themselves with one of the world’s most notorious ransomware gangs,” writes the Washington Post’s technology reporter. Their alliance with the “Scattered Spider” group is described as “part of a trend that has alarmed security experts and defenders…

  • In this blog, I’ll share my interview experience appearing for the 2024 batch on-campus recruitment cycle of Accenture. Introduction Accenture is an Irish-American professional services company based in Dublin, specializing in information technology services and consulting. It is a Fortune Global 500 company. Accenture visited our campus and was offering 2 roles: Associate Software Engineer…

  • NATO is seeking several ways to tackle drones on the battlefield – Copyright AFP/File FRED TANNEAU

  • A scene from ‘It Lives Inside’ courtesy of Elevation Pictures

  • In this post, I would like to share a walkthrough of the Snoopy Machine from Hack the Box This room will be considered a Hard machine on Hack the Box What will you gain from the Snoopy machine? For the user flag, you will need to retrieve the file such as /etc/passwd and named.conf by using…

  • If there is a mobile application that (almost) everyone uses, it is WhatsApp: the perfect breeding ground for other people’s friends to develop scams and scams to deceive us and thus have access to our account, personal, banking or directly, our money. In fact, at the end of 2022 we knew that there are more…

  • Message opinions September 23, 2023, 5:00 p.m Dragon’s Dogma 2 impresses not only with the huge, majestic dragon that we will meet again. It has its own interesting, unique solutions, which return in an improved version in Season 2, but the most surprising thing is… the food!

  • What attracts cyber criminals to municipalities and how they can be prevented. By Veronika (Nikki) Jack, Student Majoring in Information Technology-Cybersecurity, George Mason University

  • By Trevor Hilligoss, Director of Security Research, SpyCloud

  • Triple Tactics

    How APIs are being Targeted with Trinity Attacks By Andy Mills, VP EMEA, Cequence Security