Apple, again, having to defend it’s decision not to include backdoors in Apple products to Justice Department

Right now, the US Justice Department is trying to compel Apple to help them in break into an Apple device to assist in the investigation into the Pensacola terrorist attack. They [the Justice Department] also want Apple to include backdoors in their products moving forward to make it easier for law enforcement and other government […]

Pen tests and baby pictures

I had a conversation a few days ago that highlighted an interesting similarity between offensive security and, oddly enough, baby pictures. The conversation was with a photographer who worked extensively with families (family portraits, baby pictures, etc.). The photographer mentioned that they offer a package for parents to get pictures of their babies at newborn, […]

Cyber Attack on the City of Atlanta – A stark reminder of the need for and importance of ethical hacking

Thursday morning (22 March, 2018), the City of Atlanta’s computer systems fell victim to what’s being called a ‘cyber attack’. According to the information that we’ve seen thus far, the attack is apparently a ransomware attack demanding payment in exchange for the decryption keys to unlock the affected data. According to news articles, local, state […]