WhatsMyName Project

What Is It? I've created the WhatsMyName project on Github (https://github.com/WebBreacher/WhatsMyName) to help with #OSINT searches by using target user names. Here's how it works: We understand that people use the same username across multiple web sites. For example, I am "WebBreacher" on both the Github and BitBucket web sites. Some web sites make it... Continue Reading →

Trump Twitter Bot

What I just made a thing on Twitter. It is a "bot". This python computer program runs on my computer and retweets Donald Trump's (https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump) Twitter account only if the original tweet came from an Android device. Here's what it looks like for both a tweet from Trump and one that is probably not: Why... Continue Reading →

Changing your location manually in Chrome and Firefox

Our modern web browsers such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox¬†(as well as Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari) have the abilities to use our current location using a variety of techniques. Most of the time, the browser will prompt the user and ask for permission to use the current location on some web site. That... Continue Reading →

Fake Name Generator

When performing testing activities, whether it is web application penetration or usability testing, it is helpful to have example content to submit in web form fields. The same can be said for people trying to create sock-puppet or alias accounts on the Internet. We need to have sample/fake information so that we can set up... Continue Reading →

Offensive Interviews

Just a quick blurb that I've started a Github project called Offensive Interviews. The goal of this project is to open source many interview questions that can be used to screen offensive infosec practitioners (i.e., pentesters/red teamers). It is a collection of questions and scenarios that you can use to help screen candidates. Of course,... Continue Reading →

Complex Knowledge-based Password Reset Strings

With all of the data breaches recently, I urge everyone I know to use a password manager application like KeePass (http://keepass.info/) or LastPass (Yes I know they too got hacked) to store complex, long passwords. The benefit to using these apps is that you can make your responses to those knowledge-based password reset questions (e.g.,... Continue Reading →

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