User Tools


Below are all of the hints, ordered by the person that provided the hint.

Chatter?
From: Alabaster Snowball

sudo -l says I can run a command as root. What does it do?

User's Shells
From: Alabaster Snowball

On Linux, a user's shell is determined by the contents of /etc/passwd

Machine Learning
From: Alabaster Snowball

Machine Learning Use Cases for Cyber Security

ed Editor Basics
From: Bushy Evergreen

Ed Is The Standard Text Editor

Deep Blue CLI Posting
From: Bushy Evergreen

Eric Conrad on DeepBlueCLI

Deep Blue CLI on Github
From: Bushy Evergreen

Github page for DeepBlueCLI

MongoDB
From: Holly Evergreen

MongoDB Documentation

Reverse Engineering
From: Holly Evergreen

Reversing Crypto the Easy Way

Iptables
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Iptables

Chrome Dev Tools
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Chrome Dev Tools

Curl Dev Tools
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Curl Dev Tools

Edge Dev Tools
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Edge Dev Tools

Firefox Dev Tools
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Firefox Dev Tools

Lynx Dev Tools
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Lynx Dev Tools

Safari Dev Tools
From: Kent Tinseltooth

Safari Dev Tools

Web App Pen Testing
From: Minty Candycane

Web Apps: A Trailhead

Key Bitting
From: Minty Candycane

Optical Decoding of Keys

Bitting Templates
From: Minty Candycane

Deviant's Key Decoding Templates

Graylog
From: Pepper Minstix

Graylog Docs

Event IDs and Sysmon
From: Pepper Minstix

(Events and Sysmon)

SQL Injection
From: Pepper Minstix

SQL Injection from OWASP

SQLMap Tamper Scripts
From: Pepper Minstix

Sqlmap Tamper Scripts

PowerShell
From: Sparkle Redberry

SANS' PowerShell Cheat Sheet

RITA
From: Sparkle Redberry

RITA's homepage

Linux Path
From: SugarPlum Mary

Green words matter, files must be found, and the terminal's $PATH matters.

Event Query Language
From: SugarPlum Mary

EQL Threat Hunting

Sysmon
From: SugarPlum Mary

Sysmon By Carlos Perez

Frosty Keypad
From: Tangle Coalbox

One digit is repeated once, it's prime, and you can see which keys were used

Jq
From: Wunorse Openslae

Parsing Zeek JSON Logs with JQ

Finding Bad in Web Logs
From: Wunorse Openslae

Do you see any LFI, XSS, Shellshock, or SQLi?