Showing posts from August, 2018

Vulnerability Scanning - authenticated scan vs unauthenticated

Imagine you have the choice between opening a box and looking inside, or shaking and prodding it from the outside to guess what it may contain. Imagine further, that if you are unable to successfully guess the contents of the box, something bad may happen, something damning, damaging or dangerous. Which of the two choices would you decide to take?
Unauthenticated testing alone will not fully simulate targeted attacks on your application or system. Although unauthenticated scans will show weaknesses in your perimeter, it will not show you what the attacker will exploit once breaching your perimeter: weaknesses within your network.
Authenticated scans allow vulnerability scanners to use privileged credentials to dig deeper into a network and detect threats around weak passwords, malware, installed applications, and configuration issues. They are able to simulate what a user of the system can actually do. By finding and fixing internal security holes, you can prevent an attacker who breac…

Profitable SaaS Ideas

The way to get profitable startup idea is not to try to think of startup ideas (including SaaS development). It's to look for problems, preferably problems you have yourself.

In fact, for many entrepreneurs, successful business ideas start out as solutions designed to address a challenge they face personally. Solving the problem that frustrates you may be one of the best ways of finding an idea for your startup. Look at these software developers who turned their problem into success.


Install fortune & cowsay to give some life to your terminal

I have tested on Centos 7

yum install cowsay.noarch

yum install fortune-mod.x86_64

[root@localhost ~]# vim .bash_profile
Add the following line
fortune | cowsay

Let's try it.

[vicky@localhost ~]$ su - Password: Last login: Fri Aug  3 18:21:46 MUT 2018 on pts/2  ____________________________________ / Be consistent.                     \ |                                    | \ -- Larry Wall in the perl man page /  ------------------------------------         \   ^__^          \  (oo)\_______             (__)\       )\/\                 ||----w |                 ||     || [root@localhost ~]#