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Kamran Mohsin

Kamran Mohsin
Kamran Mohsin is a Certified Ethical Hacker. Currently working as a Penetration Tester within a private company in Pakistan. He is also doing Masters in information Security. He worked in web development (front-back-end) from recent back years. With the passage of time he took interest in Hacking and started to write blogs on IS from late 2015.

Privilege Escalation in Mr. Robot CTF

Privilege Escalation in Mr. Robot CTF

Mr. Robot is a vulnerable machine, which has different ports opened. The goal of this machine is to break the security of target machine and find the 3 keys stored in it. The walkthrough is explained below in detail. Once you fire up Mr. Robot VM in your virtual box …

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Kamran Mohsin awarded Top 75 Hacker Blog on Internet by Feedspot

Kamran Mohsin

Top 75 Hacking Websites and Blogs for Hackers Kamran Mohsin blog has been selected in top 75 hacker blog list by Feedspot. Top 75 Hacking Websites and Blogs for Hackers   I got personal mail from the founder of Feedspot: “I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Kamran …

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Privilege Escalation in Metasploitable 2 Machine

privilege escalation in metasploitable 2 machine

After a break of months, I finally urged myself to start writing information security blogs again. Hope, I do my best to deliver a valuable information to my readers. This time I’d be starting with writing walkthroughs and privilege escalation of vulnerable machines / capture the flag (CTF). I picked …

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Iran hit by massive cyber attack that left U.S. flag on screens

iran hit by massive cyber attack

Iran’s IT Minister Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi posted a picture of a computer screen on Twitter with the image of the U.S. flag and the hackers’ message. Hackers have attacked a number of networks in the world including Iran’s data centers where they left U.S flag with the message “Don’t mess …

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Russia’s ‘Dragonfly’ hacker group attacks on US energy grids

Dragonfly hacker group attacks U.S. energy grids

The Trump Administration for the first time has publicly accused Moscow of cracking into U.S. power stations. The Department of Homeland Security has said in its report: Russian hackers are trying to infiltrate into U.S. power grids and are in the midst of attack against U.S crucial infrastructural components that …

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Man arrested for hacking news website in Chitral-Pakistan

hacking news website

Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arrested a student named Umair Haider belonging to Goldoor village in Chitral Town – The young man has arrested for hacking news website. The man has completed Software Engineering from Bahria University Islamabad. He was accused of hacking an Urdu News website. Umair Haider was …

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New Group of Iranian Hackers Linked to Destructive Malware

Iranian hackers

For more than five years, Iran has maintained a reputation as one of the most aggressive nations in the global arena of state-sponsored hacking, stealing data from corporate and government networks around the world, bombarding US banks with cyberattacks, and most brazen of all, unleashing multiple waves of computer-crippling malware …

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