If there is one thing that all cybersecurity professionals agree on is how statistics on cybersecurity and cybercrime are misleading and unreliable. Fortunately, today, we enter a new era: Statistics Canada has just released the results of the first Canadian Survey of Cybersecurity and Cybercrime (CSoCC). The survey includes 12,597 Canadian businesses with 10 or more employees and attempts at providing a picture of the Canadian threat environment for the year 2017. We provide a summary of the main statistics in this blog, along with relevant links for anyone wishing to learn more about the survey's results.
June 28, 2016
Content Security Policy (CSP) is a HTTP header that instruct the browser to limit resource loading of media, styles and scripts.
As you may know, CSP is not adopted yet by industry. Multiple surveys have already been made about the adoption of the security header   . Even so, it does not mean that we cannot prepare ourselves for the technology. For this purpose, we have built a Burp and ZAP extension to automate the most common validations called CSP Auditor.
May 26, 2016
In this article, we will be looking at the strategies to detect and analyze malware hidden inside an OPcache file. If you haven't read our previous article about hiding a binary webshell inside a PHP7 OPcache file, we suggest reading it before moving on.
May 04, 2016
In 2015, Alexey Tyurin from ERPScan presented at the Hack-In-The-Box Amsterdam conference  multiple attack vectors to defeat the widely used Oracle PeopleSoft (or PS) system. Many companies in various market verticals are relying on this massive and complex software to host confidential information about their employees, their students or even about the financial results of the company. Furthermore, many corporations are exposing this platform on the Internet, especially when relying on PS for career portals or student portals. A year later, I am still amazed to see publicly accessible systems or internal PeopleSoft deployments during our intrusion testing practice that are vulnerable to these common attack vectors. These deployments fail to deliver a useful result, putting the entire company workforce identity at risk. The following post will explain how to attack the PS_TOKEN, as well as describe our contributions to John the Ripper and oclHashcat in order to speed up the cracking process.