Posts Tagged ‘vulnerability assessment’

 

You Must Be This Tall . . .

December 19, 2016

Imagine going in to do an incident response at a fairly large customer that has no visibility within their firewalls, no intrusion detection, no sense of inventory, because they had […]

 

Practical Pentest Advice from PCI

August 4, 2015

The PCI Security Standards Council released a Penetration Testing Guidance information supplement in March 2015.  This document, while geared towards the Payment Card Industry, provides a lot of valuable advice […]

 

SQLite: the good, the bad, the embedded database

October 7, 2014

SQLite is an embedded, open-source, lightweight SQL database engine. The C based library is transactional, self-contained, and highly compact. It’s also fairly easy to implement. It doesn’t require any sort […]