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On Bugninja.de I would like to introduce you to topics related to IT security in general.
I’m interested in this quite extensive area of IT for a long time and would like to share my experiences with you.
I’ll try to divide the topics into categories in a way that makes sense. At the beginning the selection is probably quite modest, but I hope that the scope and variety of the content will increase over time and that you will find some interesting articles. I have a lot of ideas about interesting topics and I hope that I will find enough time to write something about all these topics.
I am looking forward to get feedback from you. You can send me your opinion, suggestions for topics and (constructive) criticism. Either via the comment function, the contact form or directly by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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These are the latest posts:
Todays challenge called “Easy Peasy” from picoCTF is about breaking an one-time pad encrypted flag. If implemented correctly, a one-time pad encryption is impossible to break without the right key.From the challenge description we get a server address we can connect to via nc and a file with the python code which is running on… Read More »picoCTF Easy Peasy
The third blog post in the SQL Injection series is about Blind SQL Injection. Vulnerabilities susceptible to this type of attack are often harder to find, but the extent of the damage is no less severe for the victim. At this point I would like to refer to the other two articles on SQL injection.… Read More »Blind SQL Injection
On this post, we’ll break some RSA Crypto for the Challenge “Mind your Ps and Qs” from picoCTF. The challenge description asks us “In RSA, a small e value can be problematic, but what about N?” So, if you don’t know how RSA works or even what RSA is, let me give you a short… Read More »Mind your Ps and Qs
Today I want to show you how to solve the “Stonks” challenge on picoCTF. The text for the Challenge says: “I decided to try something noone else has before. I made a bot to automatically trade stonks for me using AI and machine learning. I wouldn’t believe you if you told me it’s unsecure! ”… Read More »picoCTF Stonks
The last part of the blog post series about the Venus Lab of the platform HackMyVM.eu is about the levels 41 – 50. Now, if you’re wondering what HackMyVM and the Venus Lab are, I recommend starting with the first post in the series:HackMyVM Venus Walkthroug 1/5. In order to connect to the lab, you… Read More »HackMyVM Venus Walkthrough 5/5