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- Right I'm having the night off, lots of code written this week so going to relax..#unlessichangemymind 11 hours ago
- London again tomorrow, so much awesome.. 2 days ago
- I love those pieces of code that just work and serve a purpose.. :) PS should really be doing my BSides workshop prep.. :-/ 4 days ago
- Spent the day closing SIEM offences off... Now to bleach my eyes and write some code.. 4 days ago
- RT @raceBannon99: Ryan Olson presents on how to use Maltego to visualize collected adversary intelligence at Ignite in May 2015. https://t.… 4 days ago
- First attempt at Maltego Ninja t-shirt design.. http://t.co/UvgRSoNzil 1 week ago
Category Archives: Netscaler
So this is the final part to my Netscaler cookie series. If you haven’t read the other two blog posts you may want to just so this makes a bit of sense.. Part 1 Part 2 All make sense now?? … Continue reading
At the beginning of the week I wrote here about the Cookie’s that the Netscaler uses for persistence. In that post I explained how I discovered that the Cookie name was encrypted using a simple substitution cipher. The cookie value … Continue reading
Today was the first day back after my Christmas break, so it was a bit “slow”. Never to sit around being bored, I was writing up some notes on Netscaler cookie’s for an ethical hacker called Alejandro Nolla who has … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I upgraded the firmware on our front facing Netscaler appliances. I have a love/hate relationship with Citrix firmware upgrades, the last one managed to break the hardware on one of the appliances which resulted in it … Continue reading
Welcome reader(s), as you will come to learn I will probably post a lot about Citrix Netscalers. The main reason for this is because where I work we have 9 Netscalers in total and I have the privilege of being … Continue reading