Rethink Security

1mb Club

security web development
Making the web less bloated So recently I found a website called 1MB Club, where people’s websites are listed which are less than 1MB in size. I realy liked the idea of the website because I found likeminded people, who love to build sites, which don’t burden your bandwith. Make sure to check out bradleytaunt’s Github Page. Only people who lived through ISDN and/or a bandwith of 57KiB/s know what it feels like, when you have to download a file/program which is bigger than 25MB. Read more...


security hacking passwords
It’s rather bad than complex A lot of users1 always choose their passwords based on the same criteria: They use the same password for every service password reuse They use a combination of username + year of birth user95 The classic par excellence: season + year Winter2020 With common password lists, these kind of passwords can be found out in seconds. Even if they’re hashed, cracking them with tools like Hashcat2 in combination with rule based lists3 and potent hardware is not a big effort. Read more...


security hacking code development
And I’m not talking about the Corona one here. Definition A computer virus is a type of malicious software program (“malware”) that, when executed, replicates itself by modifying other computer programs and inserting its own code. Infected computer programs can include as well, data files, or the “boot” sector of the hard drive. When this replication succeeds, the affected areas are then said to be “infected” with a computer virus. Read more...


security hacking
Footprinting Footprinting; often simply called recon (short for reconnaissance) is the uninteresting part for some people when it comes to attacking systems. Many want to start exploiting as soon as possible, if not looting or post exploitation. Well those parts are certainly the best if a target is compromised… BUT: The pre-attack phase is crucial for a successful attack. What is essential for good reconing? Much patience and above all thorough work! Read more...

Gin Recipies

There are different ways to drink and mix gin. Mixing ratios vary from 1:1 - 1:4 depending on taste. some combinations require ice cubes, others require gin at room temperature or a pre-cooled glass. General preparation pour gin into a glass add tonic water. It is best to open the tonic bottle just before pouring, so that as little carbon dioxide is lost as possible. add ice cubes (optional) place fruits/herbs in the glass mix carefully with a cocktail stick or similar ROKU Gin This gin has a mild taste of cherry blossoms and fruits. Read more...
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