• Solidity

    Solidity vulnerabilities and their real world examples

    Blockchain is on boom now-a-days, everybody hoping to relocate their services using this outstanding technology. various fintech start-ups are using blockchain architecture to provide an innovative solution of any complex real time problem. In my past blog composed on subject “Thinking blockchain secure could be a dangerous mindset”, I’ve given a few instances of how the most perfect innovation on the planet can have flaws or imperfections, taking ahead to the previous article my write-up covers the top blockchain vulnerabilities. In this article, I’m going to focus on Solidity that is an object-oriented programming language for writing smart contracts. It is used for implementing smart contracts on various blockchain platforms. In its early…

  • data security

    How Malicious attackers use your data as an earning source ?

    It’s turning into a pattern in some piece of African and North American market to steal the competitor’s client/lead information, In my connection ,their are some security researchers who have been reached by some unknown individual with fake identity, they were needed to have information of existing clients and leads of their competitors, they offer good measure of cash/bitcoin to do this unethical task .  They have been given a blended list of new businesses and SMB’s working in Hotel booking, finance and online business stream, such people are doing it for their personal profit and their prime targets are startups and SMB’s, because they are easier to compromise. They’re…

  • ethereum

    Thinking blockchain is Secure could be a dangerous mindset

    Thinking blockchain is Secure could be a dangerous mindset as nothing is completely secure. Business visionaries, financial specialists are progressively inspired by blockchain innovation due to its capability to change the way organizations interact and collaborate with their clients, different organizations, and controllers. Blockchain is also considered resilient to the Cyber Attacks. Indeed, blockchain is inherently secure. It uses ground-breaking cryptography with the provision of ownership of an address and the crypto-assets related with it, through a blend of public and private keys, made up of combination of random numbers and letter. In spite of the numerous cybersecurity benefits intrinsic in blockchains, the innovation, similar to some other, is liable…

  • payment security
    PCI Compliance

    All you need to know about PCI Compliance!

    If you own an e-commerce business or use credit cards to accept payments, chances are you’ve heard the term “PCI compliant.” But you probably don’t know what it means.Securitybulls is here to tell you all you need to know about PCI Compliance. What is PCI DSS Compliance? PCI stands for “Payment Card Industry,” and it’s the first part of two-part acronym that refers to security guidelines for businesses that accept credit cards. The full acronym is PCI DSS, which stands for “Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.” PCI DSS provides businesses that accept credit cards with guidelines and an actionable framework to protect cardholder data. It ensures all sellers safely…

  • OSCP

    Offsec says “Try Harder” & I “Tried Harder”

    About Penetration Testing with Kali (PWK) I am here to share my experiences with Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PWK) course as well as Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification lab and exam. Penetration Testing with Kali (PWK) is a self-paced online penetration testing course. Penetration testing with kali is not a beginner course, it requires much practice and loyalty. This Course has been designed by the Offensive Security team. For more you can check https://www.offensive-security.com/information-security-training/penetration-testing-training-kali-linux/. Ready to go As I said this course is not for beginners, so little prerequisite knowledge is required. Before starting lab or exam I would strongly suggest to bring carton of coffee. I took the Penetration…