TIL: #Python has a module named re to work with RegEx
My quick analysis of the #Python course material inside of NSA. https://kushaldas.in/posts/python-course-inside-of-nsa-via-a-foia-request.html
I started doing some #python labs on Attack Defence labs but it ended up being too advanced for me to attempt. Still need to nail down the basics
What project can I do to learn python from a security perspective?
Network Science & Threat Intelligence with Python: Network Analysis of Threat Actors/Malware… by @rjlittlefields https://littlefield.co/network-science-threat-intelligence-with-python-network-analysis-of-threat-actors-malware-b83da45779cd
"Like a nested doll, this #Python malware has 17 encoded and compressed layers. Hidden inside is an Eternal Blue exploit."
Two malicious #Python libraries caught stealing SSH and GPG keys
"The code directly in the `jeIlyfish` library downloads a file called 'hashsum' that looks like nonsense from a gitlab repo, then decodes that into a Python file and executes it," Ganssle told ZDNet.
"It looks like [this file] tries to exfiltrate SSH and GPG keys from a user's computer and send them to this IP address: http://18.104.22.168:32258."
Just added three new courses:
Object Oriented Programming in Python - Aided with Diagrams
Flow Controls - Programming in Python
Data Types in Python - Foundation for Python Programming
All by the same person though.
Just here: attempts at #Python and random other things. Another account of someone else
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