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Natis online booking, and the government being too helpful.

Update: it looks like the CATPCHA is now required for every request, so at least an automated leak is out. This still allows for targeted looking up of data though, like investigating job applicants, or anyone for whom you have an

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Posted in Government, Privacy, Security

Crawling for cyber zama-zamas

Wow So, this post has everything. Crypto-currency. High-speed internet chases. Adventure. Excitement. Government negligence. Life lessons. Spiders. Morphing websites. Inside jobs. Ohhh boy. Crypto-mining: it’s like modern alchemy, turning electricity into gold. Tiny tiny tiny pieces of gold. The uber-summary

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Posted in Front-end, Java, Javascript, Security, Technology

JBoss EAP 6 – encrypt password for SecureIdentityLoginModule

Quick snippet on password encryption for the  org.picketbox.datasource.security.SecureIdentityLoginModule  which is relatively version agnostic. From your JBoss directory, run

It’ll output the encrypted password, which you can update your configuration with. If you get an error, like

It’s most likely

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Posted in Java, Security

GCIS Data Breach

GCIS Logo

Introduction The GCIS is the Government Communication and Information System. It’s not entirely clear from its name what that means. From their website, To provide professional services, to set and influence adherence to standards for an effective government communication system,

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