website update

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If you haven’t noticed we’ve been publishing more content lately. Partly, this is because we had a lull in the schedule to actually get things done and we also had a bunch of half finished stuff that we focused on getting done.

Here are the things you will see soon.

The last recon-ng installment, this one is exciting because it is the actual nuts and bolts

Relatively soon, some of these are half done some are nothing more than a title and vague idea at this point.

Weaponized Boredom

Phish Stories, I once wrote a post [———- THIS ———-] big

OSINT Tutorial for Dimitry

Penetration Testing Trade Craft

Not as soon.

Tool Usage Wiki, this is the equivalent of letting someone watch you make the secret sauce

There are a few things that I didn’t care for about hosting code on our website. Not being able to directly upload and download python code as a .py file was a real pain.

I use GitHub to download other great projects for penetration testing and decided to see how complicated it was to setup. It was super easy, there was even a HELLO WORLD tutorial.

All of the code will continue to be hosted on this page but new projects will contain a link to the GitHub repository.

Secure Network Management on GitHub

We have been so busy that we haven’t been getting content onto the website. Here is a quick rundown of what is going on.

 

We are giving the keynote address on emerging threat trends at New Mexico Technology in Education November 20th. http://nmtie.net/2014-conference/

 

We will be presenting ‘Why you don’t need a pen test’ to the Albuquerque Chapter of ISACA on December 9th. http://www.eventbrite.com/e/why-you-dont-need-a-penetration-test-plus-sandworm-demo-tickets-14154631885?aff=eorg

 

And because we hate free time we are partnering with Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless to provide a vulnerability assessment of their network. Being part of the InfoSec community is important, but helping those in need in our local community is part of being a good citizen.

 

Once all the dust settles, we will be posting more tutorials and content.