This blog will focus on solving an OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) challenge put out by Sofia Santos (“Gralhix”), a very skilled OSINT practitioner and contributor at the Center for Information Resilience […]
UPDATE: This blog post was written prior to the USB explosive incident in Ecuador. Some edits have been made to note these events. DISCLAIMER* The following blog post describes a […]
When I first came to White Oak Security, I was presented with a unique opportunity to do some training for threat hunting assessments. Prior to that point, I had some […]
Your Penetration Testing PARTNER, Not Your Adversary This blog post is intended to help organizations understand the mentality and drivers behind pentesting and to help them recognize that we (pentesters, […]
What Is OSINT? For those who aren’t familiar with the term, OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence. This refers to the use of data collected from open or publicly available […]
I’ll preface this article by saying that these are my personal opinions and views on pentesting, which may not align with those of other pentesters and that’s ok. Everyone has […]
GitHub Cave Of Wonders – Part 1 begins to dive into secrets management & how data repositories are a treasure trove for malicious threats. Read White Oak’s blog
Ever get a weird scam email and wonder why? Here is a White Oak Security blog about phishing attacks, a modest investigation into a few phishing emails we got.
White Oak Security’s expert pentesters share a tip in their success: learn to code! Whether you’re in cybersecurity or just curious, coding is a valuable skill.