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Beyond Net User – Part 1: Limitations of the “Net” commands

By Tim Medin | January 30, 2018

I’ve had a number of cases where the Windows “net user”, “net group”, and “net localgroup” have failed me. I’ve had SQLMap fail to give the last line of “net […]

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Beyond Net User – Part 1: Limitations of the “Net” commands

Better FDE Passphrase with macOS FileVault

By Tim Medin | January 26, 2018

I use full disk encryption (FDE) on all my laptops and portable media. I like to have a very strong passphrase for these, one that is even stronger than that […]

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Better FDE Passphrase with macOS FileVault

3 Years of DirecTV User-Agent Command Injection

By Tim Medin | December 26, 2017

I found a bug in one of my DirecTV devices in 2015 after I got DirecTV. DirecTV didn’t have a bug bounty program at that time so I used it […]

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3 Years of DirecTV User-Agent Command Injection

Doll Hacking: The Good, The Bad(words) and the Ugly (features)

By Tim Medin | November 18, 2015

The age of internet connected toys is upon us. Increasingly, we are seeing children’s toys connected to the internet, commonly through an app. I recently purchased a My Friend Cayla […]

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Doll Hacking: The Good, The Bad(words) and the Ugly (features)