- [DeepSec 2015]50 Shades of WAF
- [DeepSec 2015] File Format Fuzzing in Android – Giving a Stagefright to the Android Installer
- [DeepSec 2015]How to Break XML Encryption – Automatically
- [DeepSec 2015] Hacking Cookies in Modern Web Applications and Browsers
- [DeepSec 2015] Can societies manage the SIGINT monster?
- [LHS Microcast] DeepSec 2015
- [LHS Microcast] Interview w/ Jen Ellis
- Taking out the Eurotrash
- All good things must come to an end
- [DeepSec 2014] Advanced Powershell Threat: Lethal Client Side Attacks using Powershell
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Nice list. I really like this “No one person can know everything (except Ed Skoudis)” it gave me a good chuckle.
I concur. As a Penetration Testing, this list is truly some of the most important lessons that need to be learned. I especially would like to emphasize on two comments:
“When you test something and can’t find a weakness, this is not a bad thing… and yes the good parts should also be in the report.” – This provides that the client has stepped up to the plate and taken a serious stance on security.
“The report is the most important part of a test” – The is the “proof in the pudding”. Another addition to remember; if it is not documented, it did not happen!!
Shameful (but useful) plug – An addition to this post on for up and coming Pen Tester is Career Advise for Penetration Tester/White Hat Hackers.
good stuff. especially the report delivery. you can have the best information in the world, but if your customer can’t digest it, it’s no good.