Category: pentesting

Work Diary – SystemBack & Third Party Security Tools
BugBountywriteup, cybersecurity

Work Diary – SystemBack & Third Party Security Tools

I have recently joined a startup and have been a part of their InfoSec team. Recently this thought popped up in my mind that I ... Read More

How I hacked into a college’s website again!
BugBountywriteup, cybersecurity

How I hacked into a college’s website again!

This is a follow up article to the previous piece that I wrote - How I hacked into a college’s website to obtain the student’s ... Read More

Pwning the Nokelock API
A Zero Day Latest News, pentest

Pwning the Nokelock API

Nokelock Vulnerabilities I’ve been talking at some Infosec meet ups about a certain padlock, called the Nokelock. I need to differentiate this right now as ... Read More

Why Mobile-First Businesses Must Invest in App Security
DevSecOps, Industry News

Why Mobile-First Businesses Must Invest in App Security

Why Mobile-First Businesses Must Invest in App Security Mobility has revolutionized the way customers interact with brands and paved the way for mobile-first businesses. We ... Read More

How I hacked into my college’s database!
BugBountywriteup, burpsuite

How I hacked into my college’s database!

How I hacked into a college’s database!This article is being re-published, originally published on 13th April 2018.Being a teenager I have heard computer nerds proudly claiming ... Read More

Work Diary – Research work & Deployment of Security Policies
BugBountywriteup, DevOps

Work Diary – Research work & Deployment of Security Policies

I just recently joined a startup and have been a part of their InfoSec team. Recently this thought popped up in my mind that I ... Read More

Tesla Killer: The Fuzzed and the Furious
A Zero Day Latest News, Automotive Security

Tesla Killer: The Fuzzed and the Furious

The Tesla doesn’t have a conventional OBDII port (onboard diagnostics) as such. There’s a connector, but it’s just provided with +12V/ground in order to power ... Read More