Travisliska

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Infovore CTF

https://www.vistainfosec.com/blog/infovore-ctf/

Saved by Travisliska on September 15th, 2020.

We start with another boot2root machine from Vulnhub. This machine is called Infovore and is misconfigured by the administrators a very known vulnerability that appears in OWASP Top 10. As per the description of the machine, it is supposedly configured by lazy administrators and our job is to exploit innocent-looking PHP functions while capturing all 4 flags on the machine. We start with powering on the virtual machine.

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Difference between Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing

https://www.vistainfosec.com/blog/difference-between-vulnerability-assessment-penetration-testing/

Saved by Travisliska on September 2nd, 2020.

In this post, we intend to clear the common misconception and highlight the differences between Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing. The article details when and where each of the security assessment processes is used and applicable to organizations.

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