OWASP Juice Shop Tool Project
The application contains a vast number of hacking challenges of varying difficulty where the user is supposed to exploit the underlying vulnerabilities.
Checking out OWASP DefectDojo (open source vulnerability management tool) on Docker
Though they have a live demo at https://defectdojo.readthedocs.io/en/latest/getting-started.html#live-demo
I've been playing around with Wazuh. Wazuh is a fork of Ossec.
AWS Overview and Security Tips https://static.peerlyst.com/image/upload/v1505748735/post-attachments/Cyber_Security_Amazon_Course_1_tqtsxy.pdf
Comprehensive Windows Event Monitoring Guidance by nsacyber github account https://github.com/nsacyber/Event-Forwarding-Guidance/tree/master/Events
Reducing security risks with centralized logging https://opensource.com/article/19/2/reducing-security-risks-centralized-logging
Not what I would do, but if you want something to install security tools on Windows... Use on a virtual machine.
I use vfeed for pentest reports.
There are a few other tools that are similar.
Use DNS over TLS/DNS over HTTPS
to keep your DNS requests from prying eyes.
Combined with Pihole, this can create a pretty secure solution.
Lol. Rick & Morty themed CTF.
A good read regarding remote access trojans from Recorded Futures
Good article on firejail
Android users, check your apps: https://gizmodo.com/new-adware-with-destructive-capabilities-infects-over-2-1833265752
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