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This repository is primarily maintained by Omar Santos and includes thousands of resources related to ethical hacking / penetration testing, digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), vulnerability research, exploit development, reverse engineering, and more.

  • Updated Jun 20, 2021
  • Python

Lynis - Security auditing tool for Linux, macOS, and UNIX-based systems. Assists with compliance testing (HIPAA/ISO27001/PCI DSS) and system hardening. Agentless, and installation optional.

  • Updated Jun 15, 2021
  • Shell
knqyf263 commented Oct 19, 2020

Currently, Trivy traverses all paths and looks for all Gemfile.lock in a container image. However, the image sometimes has only Gemfile.lock and doesn't install gems listed in the Gemfile.lock. I think a gem should have *.gemspec file if it is installed. e.g. rake.gemspec has the information about rake.

To avoid false positives from Gemfile.lock, we are probably able to take advantage of `*

Nginx Block Bad Bots, Spam Referrer Blocker, Vulnerability Scanners, User-Agents, Malware, Adware, Ransomware, Malicious Sites, with anti-DDOS, Wordpress Theme Detector Blocking and Fail2Ban Jail for Repeat Offenders

  • Updated Jun 16, 2021
  • Shell

GDA is a new fast and powerful decompiler in C++(working without Java VM) for the APK, DEX, ODEX, OAT, JAR, AAR, and CLASS file. which supports malicious behavior detection, privacy leaking detection, vulnerability detection, path solving, packer identification, variable tracking, deobfuscation, python&java scripts, device memory extraction, data decryption, and encryption, etc.

  • Updated Jun 9, 2021
  • Java

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