Category: hacking

Linux Maintainers Infected by SSH-Dwelling Backdoor: A Two-Year Compromise

Introduction In a shocking revelation, it has been disclosed that the infrastructure used to maintain and distribute the Linux operating system kernel was compromised for two years by sophisticated malware. This critical breach, involving the Ebury backdoor, has had far-reaching implications for Linux security. This article delves into the details of the attack, its impact, and the lessons learned. The […]

CVE-2023-22809 SUDO High criticality Vulnerability

The world of technology is always advancing, with new products and services being developed at a rapid pace. However, with this progress comes new security risks and vulnerabilities, which can leave users and organizations vulnerable to attacks. One such vulnerability is CVE-2023-22809, a critical vulnerability in the popular Unix and Linux utility, sudo. Sudo is a powerful tool that allows […]

The gate to the cyber security field

How many people want to dig into the security world but have no idea where to start from? Everything is chaotic and if basic information is missing that creates gaps as we move on learning deeper. I got some great news! THM is now offering a new learning path called “Pre Security“. Not only you can learn, but you can […]

Netcat – the net kitty!

Netcat is a tiny tool for linux and windows and it is used for reading and writing data across network connections using TCP or UDP. It has amazing features and it is a must-have tool for pen-testing. It is called the “Swiss-army knife for TCP/IP”. Netcat is a terminal application with many features. Apart from basic telnet functions, it can […]