TYS 0x03 - I fatfinger deleted my cute little puppy!
Bob, who has a very cute little puppy, sends you an email asking for your help. He says that he, by accident, deleted the best picture he had of his cute little puppy from a USB memory stick. He also mentioned that he immediately unplugged the memory stick once he noticed that he deleted the picture. He took an image of the stick with DD and attached it to the email.
His last line in the mail is something like: This is really important to me. I need this picture back asap. I will make up to you if you can deliver within 72 hours!
dockerinoz - build containers that won't haunt you
dockerinoz - simple Dockerfile (security) best practices verification
dockerinoz is a very small and simple tool which allows you to verify the content of Dockerfiles against a given best practice. It’s nothing more than a fancy grep using a bit more than just simple regular expressions. This approach allows for very quick verifications which is especially important when implementing dockerinoz into your build pipeline. It also makes dockerinoz super easy to modify and extend - especially as the rules are just regular expressions in a json file (rules.json).
TYS 0x02 - PHP in 2019?! Are you insane!?
There is a reason for everything!
PHP was one of the first web-specialized languages (created 1994) broadly used. Even today, 25 years later, PHP is powering at least parts of most of the web based applications on the internet (~80% - check https://w3techs.com/).
TYS 0x01 - communication in the shadows
What is going on in our network?!
You are a SOC analyst looking into some weird traffic you spotted on TCP/31337.
TYS 0x00 - santas little RAT
Santa brought you a little something for Xmas!
I know, it’s not Xmas anymore! But, when I wrote this challenge I was down deep in the Christmas spirit ;)
apatf - levenshtein distance in cyber security
Levenshtein distance what?
If you work or are just interested in cyber security you will have most likely encountered situations in which you would have loved to be able to automatically identify the percentage wise difference of two files or strings. A good example is a login or error page check. Imagine you are fuzzing a web application and you try to differentiate a successful injection from an error page.
except Exception as me:
Ha, you might wonder what this madman is talking about ;) For returning visitors of mytty.org that all should make sense. I used to publish cyber security related content pretty frequently. I kept going for a few years until around mid of 2010. I figure that’s when my work got the better part of me and my life for good (oh yes, I’ve been working consulting hours) and I just stopped publishing any content at all.