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All links, the content behind and the opinions there are not mine.
If you follow an external link, it is your problem, not mine if you do not like, what you find there.
Please be aware, that this is just a list of topics I find interesting.

All mentioned security tools can be found here:


Prints out malicious Powershell events that have a crossproc event for c:\windows\system32\lsass.exe
–> - github <–

A tool mainly to erase specified records from Windows event logs, with additional functionalities
–> EventCleaner - github <–

Talks & Knowledge

A curated list of awesome Security Hardening techniques for Windows
–> awesome-windows-domain-hardening - github <–

Top HTTP Security Headers and How to Deploy Them
–> HTTP Security Headers - Templarbit <–

XSS protection disappears from Microsoft Edge
–> XSS Protection removed from Edge - The Daily Swig <–

Google launches its own USB-based FIDO U2F Keys
–> Titan Security Keys - The Hacker News <–

Hackers attack Russian bank to steal $1m using an outdated router
–> $1m Hack using outdated router - Hack Read <–

Function New-LabNCSI configures a server as IIS and DNS to support Network Connectivity Status Indicator (NCSI) scenarios for lab environments
–> New-LabNCSI - github <–

A collection of The Morning Paper posts relating to containers, operating systems etc
–> acolyer - github <–

The Road to QUIC
–> The Road to QUIC - Blog Cloudflare <–

Offensive Web Testing Framework
–> OWTF v2.4 - kitploit <–

PCAP Split and Merge
–> PCAP Split and Merge - <–


iPhone Hacking Campaign Using MDM Software Is Broader Than Previously Known
–> iPhone MDM Hacking Campaign - The Hacker News <–

Intel Xeon workhorses boot evil maids out of the hotel: USB-based spying thwarted by fix
–> CVE-2018-3652 - The Register <–

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter 2 Command Injection / Broken Access Control
–> CVE-2018-8306 - packet storm security <–

PowerShell Inside a Certificate?
–> PowerShell Inside a Certificate? - NVISO Labs <–