It has been a productive week as a Penetration Testing Intern here at Virtually Testing Foundation. I learned about HTML injection , Clickjacking, Pentesting reports and many more. Thank you
@HackerGautam and @shifacyclewala for the wonderful insights.
When you’ve got dinosaurs in charge of cyber security, you get insights like “decoded the HTML source code.” The embarrassment they could have been spared if they had just called in someone from IT... https://twitter.com/GovParsonMO/status/1448697768311132160 …
Ahh, thank you for your insight! I'll probably get a full tank then, I'm in Florida so I was a leaning towards half, but I'd go bananas if it rolled up a lot.
I don't understand this decoding of HTML am seeing everywhere,can someone give me more insight about it please?
There is no “decoding” html and it isn’t called source code. If you had private information publicly visible in that way then the agency responsible for that site should be under investigation. Public facing web pages are, by nature, public. You failed security 101.
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Might as well say they use magic to do what they say they can. If they had this level of insight into what can influence criminals to do something predictable, there's much better uses than giving those criminals more money.
Had a blast recording with you Pratham! You've got some great insight into the developer journey.