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Brandon Bachman

Brandon Bachman

Recent Posts By Brandon Bachman

Sensitive Information in the Online World

Your Information on the Internet With more of our lives on the internet than ever, the coming generations only look to ...

IoT Teddy

The internet of things (IoT) is evolving quickly, and bringing with it a set of security concerns that should be the ...

So You Want To Be A Hacker

The field of application security is booming. The industry has more jobs than people, and the influx of sensitive data ...

The Risks of Public WiFi

It’s 2017-- we pay our bills, get updates about our friends lives, and even sign documents over the internet. With such ...

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is a concept I find myself coming back to time and time again. It’s been a subject of importance over ...

Account Security - Keep Your Eyes Peeled

In the age of online access anywhere, at anytime, it’s important to take a step back and keep our privacy in check. ...

Smarter, Not Harder: Making Use of Burp's CSRF Scanner

Burp suite has a lot more to offer than meets the eye. A recent engagement I was on led me to learn a bit more about ...

Caveats of Cryptography

I’ve always found it rather easy to lose myself in the complexities of a cryptographic algorithm. What made the ...

Abusing the Email Recovery System | Best Virus Protection

I remember a time when I was not entirely aware of the precautions necessary to protect my account information. After a ...

Fuzzing For A Better Tomorrow

I was thinking back to the story of the Trojan Horse (the subterfuge the Greeks used to gain access to the city of ...

AppSec From the Other Side

I was reminiscing the other night about the laws that govern our universe and how our perception of them changes when ...

Learning to Surf the Sea and Forge Requests

As a student, Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) had always been hard to wrap my head around. I tried to put myself in ...

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