External Vulnerability Assessments

Weekly-Assessment-Report

Are you in need of external vulnerability assessments to satisfy business or regulatory requirements? Or are you afraid you can not keep up with the latest known threats, and want a better handle on it? Elteni can help you meet any of those needs, and more, by providing you various external vulnerability assessment options. We […]

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Beyond the Grave virus, is it a hoax or a warning sign?

beyond the grave

Here’s why we think there is something interesting about the “Beyond the Grave Virus” supposedly affecting hedge funds. We were curious because there was some chatter about it being a hoax. While this can be (very) true, we think it was worth looking in to. Who knows, it may possibly be an early exploration expedition […]

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There is a difference between privacy and cyber(security).

protection

We see too often that the terms privacy and security (cybersecurity) are used interchangeably and felt it was important to help people understand that they are not the same thing. Yes, there is a relationship between the two, but again, they are not the same thing. If you ask a group of cybsecurity professionals whether […]

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Automating Password Cracking Using Responder and Hashcat! (Part 1)

Automated Password Cracking

Responder, one of the tools that is part of every pen-testers toolkit (if you are a pen-tester and you don’t use it, shame on you), is by far one of the greatest tools ever made. We use it on every internal and sometimes external pen test that we do. For those that aren’t familiar, responder […]

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“New” phishing campaigns – leveraging scare tactics (Ransomware 3.0)

phishing

We got an email today that we thought was very interesting. Most of the email phishing campaigns that we’ve seen thus far, and the most common ones our clients typically get fall into two buckets: click a link or open an attachment. We all know how effective some of these campaigns are. Lots of people […]

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How we were able to bypass Windows Defender on a Windows 10 machine to get a reverse shell!

Windows Defender Bypass

It seems we just peaked your interest, right? Isn’t that the reason you are here reading this? It’s either that, or you are just trolling, you know who you are. We’ve experienced first-hand and have also heard from many of our fellow pen testers that anti-virus solutions, especially some of the next-gen solutions are easy […]

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Are you fully protected if relying on credit and identity theft monitoring?

Data Theft

Are you a high net or ultra-high net worth individual? Do you think credit and identity theft monitoring is worth it? Are you currently enrolled in one of these programs? I have personally been enrolled in these programs since 2009. Does it solely give me comfort knowing that my credit and identity is protected? No, […]

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Incident Response Plan – How do you move from developing one to testing it?

incident response

In general, you’ve prepared for disasters that range from a file server crashing, to a total loss of power, and maybe even a hurricane making your offices inhabitable. You’ve thought through various scenarios that could affect your business and developed plans and procedures to document those efforts. You’ve worked so diligently to develop Disaster Recovery, […]

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