ProjectX Blog – Information Security Redefined

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Current Rank: 441 (Technology & Computers)
Site Description: Welcome to the ProjectX Blog. Your daily dose of infosec news and information technology facts. And a community blog about Cyber Culture, Society, Policies and Warfare.
Date Joined: Dec 26, 2011

Tags: Information Security, Information Technology, Hacking, Linux, BSD

Latest Blog Posts

Shashou Jian in your Face
on Jul 5, 2012 in ProjectX China cyber security Cyber Strategy cyber warfare Deterrence PRC Stuxnet United States I have the great opportunity to present my ideas and approaches towards cyber security to military and academia next week in London. That is the perfect reason for my to drop some random thoughts on the connection between cyber security and cyber str...

Hedgewars – A Game in Linux Similar to Worms Armaggedon
on Jul 2, 2012 in Game Reviews Linux Hedgewars Informatics Computer Institute Linux gaming Open Arena Worms Armaggedon Just this afternoon, my classmates and I played Open Arena (a Quake-like game in Linux) in our Linux classroom at Informatics Computer Institute and then one of my classmates asked me if there are any other Linux games as decent as Open Arena. Becaus...

Don’t Shoot the Blackbox!
on Jun 30, 2012 in ProjectX awareness cybersecurity data infosec I am not a serious series nerd but I like watching series a lot. Currently I am catching up with Person of Interest and Hawaii Five-O. One of the last episodes I watched of Hawai Five-O inspired this blog article. So the bad guys stole a security van...

Basic Unix/Linux Command Reference
on Jun 29, 2012 in Linux chmod FOSS FOSSwire Free and open-source software Free Software Linux commands Linux tutorials pdf Unix/Linux Here is a handy pdf file from which I found a few months ago (although it’s quite old already). I decided that I will share it to you guys Download the PDF File Here...

The ProjectX Blog’s New Banner :)
on Jun 25, 2012 in ProjectX computer programming computer science hacking tools information technology infosec blog IT security penetration testing blog technology Here is kapitanluffy’s work of our blog’s new and cute banner. If you like and want to promote our blog you can insert the image to your website and put our link in the image. Cute right? LoL -shipcode...

Updated Security
on Jun 22, 2012 in Linux ProjectX cyber crime cyber espionage exploits malware operating system Windows There are a lot of reasons why Linux operating systems (#os) are more secure than Windows operating systems. One of the most important might be the market share of Windows systems and hence the cyber crime and cyber espionage motivation to target tho...

eForensics Magazine – coming soon!
on Jun 20, 2012 in ProjectX Social Media and News digital forensics eForensics Computer eForensics Database eForensics Magazine eForensics Mobile eForensics Network Greetings! I would like to tell everyone that a new magazine will be coming to town which is about Digital Forensics and that magazine is eForensics Magazine. It is available by paid subscription and devoted to digital forensics services providers,...

Don’t buy a Mac
on Jun 16, 2012 in Iphone Linux ProjectX Apple culture hacking iOs Mac Microsoft Socialization Windows  This post is inspired by the last night battle between me and my Fedora (#linux) operating system (#os). Speaking in football terms (as the European Championship is currently ongoing), I won 1:2 while the half-time score (before I went to bed) show...

Social Engineering Espionage
on Jun 11, 2012 in ProjectX Social Media and News advanced persistent threat backdoor cyber espionage cyber security cyber warfare espionage information security social engineering stalking Winkler I have just finished Ira Winkler’s (@ira_winkler) very informative account on information security (#infosec). His book ‘Zen and the Art of Information Security’ is an easy-read and good introduction into information security and mo...

escanner Escalation Pentesting Tool
on Jun 11, 2012 in ProjectX CLI DoS escanner.exe group account hacking local privilege escalation pentesting tool Scanner SYSTEM privileges escanner is a small tool that helps you thread scan file(s)/directories recursively for possible vulnerability of insecure file permissions that could result on local privilege escalation due to some misconfiguration of operating systen, software v...

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