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Directory Brute-forcing at Scale

Tools such as dirbuster, gobuster, feroxbuster, dirb, and ffuf have been instrumental in uncovering hidden content on websites. These tools and wordlists designed to discover files and directories have become staples in…

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How to introduce security testing to your web app deployments during QA

Fixing these vulnerabilities in production is more expensive than finding and fixing them earlier in the SDLC. One way that organizations can drive down the cost of vulnerability management is by integrating security… read more →

Surfacing the Invisible: A Guide to Web Application Attack Surface Management

The top five web application-specific attack surface management opportunities Sprocket Security sees regularly. read more →

Discovering wp-admin.php URLs in Wordpress With GravityForms

By targeting a specific endpoint and passing in a random string, GravityForms will prompt users to authenticate first. This results in the unauthenticated user being redirected to the obscured administrative login page… read more →

cURL For The Pentester: Above & Beyond

Did you know you can interact with LDAP using cURL? How about NTLM, proxy tunneling, or domain sockets? A deep dive into some less common and advanced features of cURL, including sending POST requests with a payload… read more →

Tools for Evading External Network Security Controls

Offensive operations require evasion techniques to bypass security controls. Testers will often find that their attacks against web applications, Office 365, and other external endpoints are quickly blocked. Read our… read more →

The Top 7 Most Exploitable CVEs in 2022

Vulnerability management can be an overwhelming task with so many new vulnerabilities identified each year. Learn about the top vulnerabilities of 2022, which should be at the top of your patch priority list. read more →

Why no Workstation Needs Inbound SMB

Know the risks and attack vectors associated with allowing inbound SMB port connectivity to workstations with an emphasis on lateral movement tools and techniques. See how Continuous Penetration Testing is highly useful… read more →

Password spraying and MFA bypasses in the modern security landscape

Any offensive security operator will tell you that guessing employee credentials is key to compromising your customer’s network – and therefore highlighting vulnerabilities – during a cyber-security engagement. The… read more →

Crossing the Log4j Horizon - A Vulnerability With No Return

A vulnerability was recently disclosed for the Java logging library, Log4j. The vulnerability is wide-reaching and affects both open-source projects and enterprise software. VMWare announced shortly after the release of… read more →

Another Log4j on the fire: Unifi

By now, you’re probably well aware of a recently disclosed vulnerability for the Java logging library, Log4j. The vulnerability is wide-reaching and affects Ubiquiti's Unifi Network Application. In this article, we’re… read more →

How to exploit Log4j vulnerabilities in VMWare vCenter

A vulnerability was recently disclosed for the Java logging library, Log4j. The vulnerability is wide-reaching and affects both open source projects and enterprise software, meaning we need to understand how to ID and… read more →

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