published in Stories , 14 September, 2019
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n When Google offered me to try their cloud for one year, I had no idea what I could use it for. Then it came suddenly like any other good ideas are used to. Can I build the honey pot for automated hacking bots? Long story short, I could. And the results were interesting. The experiment took place from 20 th August 2018 to 27 th August 2018.
published in Technology , 19 March, 2019
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Cross-site request forgery (CSRF), known as sea-surf, is an assault vector that traps the internet browser into executing an undesirable activity in the web application to which a client is signed in. It attacks the target's state-changing requests. It does not steal data because the attacker has no way to see the response to the forged request.
published in Technology , 19 March, 2019
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Listed the #7 in the Top 10 list of the most used web site attack for the year 2018. Sometimes very simple, though, always very dangerous - Cross-Site Scripting Attack.