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Gov TLS Audit : Architecture

Last Month, I embarked on a new project called GovTLS Audit, a simple(ish) program that would scan 1000+ government websites to check for their TLS implementation. The code would go through a list of hostnames, and scan each host for TLS implementation details like redirection properties, certificate details, http headers, even stiching together Shodan results…

Read this before GE14

Let’s start this post the same way I start my day — by looking at Facebook. Facebook made $40 Billion dollars in revenue in 2017, solely from advertising to pure schmucks like you. The mantra among the more technically literate is that facebook doesn’t have users it has products that it sells to advertisers, it…

Sayakenahack: Epilogue

I keep this blog to help me think, and over the past week, the only thing I’ve been thinking about, was sayakenahack. I’ve declined a dozen interviews, partly because I was afraid to talk about it, and partly because my thoughts weren’t in the right place. I needed time to re-group, re-think, and ponder. This…

SayaKenaHack.com

On the 19th of October, Lowyat.net reported that a user was selling the personal data of MILLIONS of Malaysians on their forum. Shortly after, the article was taken down on the request of the MCMC, only to put up again, a couple of days later. Lowyat later reported that a total of 46.2 Million phone numbers…

Writing a WordPress Restoration script

WordPress sites get hacked all the time, because the typical WordPress blogger install 100’s of shitty plugins and rarely updates their site. On the one hand, it’s great that WordPress has empowered so many people to begin blogging without requiring the ‘hard’ technical skills, on the other it just gives criminals a large number of potential…