Head of Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT)
Technically, a penetration test on the cloud computing environment does not differ that much from any other penetration test, even an on-premise equivalent.
DNS Hijacking, also known as DNS redirection, is a form of hacking that overrides a computer’s TCP/IP settings to point to a rogue DNS server, consequently invalidating the default DNS setting. What this means: if you registered your domain name to be www.mydomain.com, a malicious attacker could hijack the domain to point to another DNS server. If this happens, the
“I have hashed the passwords and stored them in the database, there will be no way an adversary can reverse the hashes”. All too often I have heard this coming out of application developers and infrastructure team. This is true to a certain extent, if the password was complex enough. However, many a time proper password complexity and hygiene were