Author: mike

Creating and Deleting Firefox Profiles

Firefox profiles can be a handy resource when performing application penetration tests. They allow you to load a completely separate instance of the application inside a new browser window which includes unique application sessions and add-on configurations, but without needing a separate browser. This can be useful when performing a test, since it allows you […]

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CNY Hackathon Spring 2017 Review – Part 3

This is the final installation for the CTF challenge discussion from the CNY Hackathon Spring 2017 Event. For part 1, go here:┬áPart 1 For part 2, go here: Part 2 This will cover the Programming and Exploit Challenges: – programming-1 – exploit-2 – exploit-3 – exploit-4 Exploit-1 is not being covered here since I think […]

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CNY Hackathon Spring 2017 Review – Part 2

This is a continuation of the CTF challenge discussion from the CNY Hackathon Spring 2017 Event. For part 1, go here: Part 1 This will cover the Miscellaneous Challenges: misc-1 misc-2 misc-3 Misc-1 Challenge: When attempting to access the link for the misc-1 challenge, the browser prompts to download a file: misc-1.wav Attempting to listen […]

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CNY Hackathon Spring 2017 Review – Part 1

This past weekend marked the latest iteration of the Central New York Hackathon. For those unfamiliar, the CNY Hackathon is a computer security competition where students compete in a variety of events held every semester either at Mohawk Valley Community College or Utica college. The even attracts a number of students from both Utica College […]

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