Reviews
  • Next Generation Red Teaming

    | by Zeljka Zorz - Monday, 14 September 2015.

    Do you know the difference between penetration testing and red teaming? This book will explain it through several attack case studies, and point out the things you should keep in mind if you want to engage in the latter activity.

  • Encryptr: Open source cloud-based password manager

    | by Berislav Kucan - Thursday, 10 September 2015.

    Encryptr is based on the Crypton JavaScript framework. The whole idea behind the Crypton concept is to enable developers to store data on the remote server in such way that the server doesn’t know what that data is.

  • Using tVolution Mini, a portable secure desktop

    | by Berislav Kucan - Tuesday, 25 August 2015.

    tVolution Mini is Becrypt's answer to the increased threats associated with remote working. It is a smart thin client solution that comes in the form of an extremely lightweight portable computer.

  • Cloud Storage Security, A Practical Guide

    | by Zeljka Zorz - Friday, 21 August 2015.

    Practically everybody keeps at least some of their data in the cloud, although not everybody knows what the cloud is, exactly, or, for that matter, that using most popular online services often results in some of their data ending up in it. This book aims to help individual users and enterprise practitioners gain insight in and evaluate the risks associated with cloud-based data storage.

  • NowSecure Lab cloud: Mobile app assessment environment

    | by Berislav Kucan - Thursday, 16 July 2015.

    NowSecure Lab is mobile app security assessment environment that comes in two versions - as a standalone, on-premise solution, and a “lighter” cloud offering. The on-premise solution runs as a VM instance of Santoku Linux and requires an Apple Macbook Pro. This workstation version of NowSecure Lab includes both static and dynamic analysis, as well as the ability to customize the testing environment for specific applications that need to be assessed.




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Critical bug found in Cisco ASA products, attackers are scanning for affected devices

Several Cisco ASA products - appliances, firewalls, switches, routers, and security modules - have been found sporting a flaw that can ultimately lead to remote code execution by attackers.


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