Content tagged as 'Reconnaissance'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as reconnaissance.

Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

A three part book series focused on lifting the security knowledge of Software Developers, Engineers, and their teams, so that they can continuously deliver secure technical solutions on time and within budget, without nasty surprises.

Talk - The Art of Exploitation

At JS Remote Conf: Kim examines and demonstrates a collection of essential attacks, commonly used in the exploitation and demise of many individuals and organisations today.

Talk - The Art of Exploitation

At NZ.JS: Kim examines and demonstrates a collection of essential attacks, commonly used in the exploitation and demise of many individuals and organisations today.

Talk - Agile Security for Web Developers

Join Kim at AgileNZ 2016 for an exploration into an insightful set of steps he has learned, from an architectural, engineering and penetration testing perspective.

Talk - Agile Security for Web Developers

Join Kim at Agile Professionals Network for an exploration into an insightful set of steps he has learned, from an architectural, engineering and penetration testing perspective.

Talk - Agile Security for Web Developers

Join Kim at CodeCamp Christchurch for an exploration into an insightful set of steps he has learned, from an architectural, engineering and penetration testing perspective.

Talk - 0wn1ng The Web

At WDCNZ: Kim discusses and demonstrates how JavaScript can be used for good and evil.

Workshop - Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

At CampJS, Melbourne, Australia: Join Kim in the exploration into an insightful set of steps he has learned, from an architectural perspective down to the zeros and ones. Also providing insights of how attackers of your systems think.

Web Server Log Management

Redirects to legacy blog post.

As part of the ongoing work around preparing a Debian web server to host applications accessible from the WWW I performed some research, analysis, made decisions along the way and implemented a first stage logging strategy. I’ve done similar set-ups many times before, but thought it worth sharing my experience for all to learn something from it and/or provide input, recommendations, corrections to the process so we all get to improve.