Tag: hacking

The Importance of Comprehensive IoT Penetration Testing in Modern Cybersecurity

IoT Penetration Testing is needed in today’s dynamic landscape of the Internet of Things (IoT), where everyday devices are interconnected and smarter than ever. Comprehensive IoT Penetration Testing emerges as a crucial strategy for businesses and individuals alike to fortify their digital frontiers. This blog post delves into the why and how of thorough IoT

Beyond the Breach: The Essential Role of Regular Penetration Testing in Safeguarding Organizational Reputation

In today’s interconnected world, cyber resilience is not just about protecting data but is closely tied to an organization’s reputation and trustworthiness. A cyberattack doesn’t only translate to financial losses but can significantly tarnish a company’s image. A case in point is the recent cyberattack on Clorox, emphasizing the imperative of preemptive measures, particularly regular

Is Caido The New Burp?

There has been some buzz around Caido recently – a contender to the Burp crown. Brackish Security testers recently sat down and tried Caido out on some real pentests. Our findings follow. Keep in mind that Caido is still fairly new, while Burp has been in development and use for a very long time. Additionally,

Microsoft OAuth Open Redirect

What is an open redirect? Open redirects are a web application vulnerability that allows an attacker to redirect a user to a malicious website. It can also be used to phish a user’s credentials, deliver malware, and sometimes perform XSS. An oft used example is as follows: Upon clicking this link, a victim is redirected