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  1. Evening all, I am a Security Analyst with a number of years under my belt. I have worked for many organisations in quite a few different industries, namely Defence & Aerospace and Telecommunications. During my time working for a Defence & Aerospace company, I was heavily involved in APT investigations, APT group tracking and the field of threat intelligence (OSINT). I recently started a blog, Chimera Security and was wondering, what is the best way to get my brand out there and start generating traffic? I am already working on a few projects and will be posting write-ups of those over the next few weeks. The content on the blog is pretty slow at the minute but the amount of traffic the blog gets will increase the amount of content I create and get out there! Regards, - J _____________________________________________________ http://www.chimera-security.com http://www.twitter.com/ChimeraSecurity
  2. OK, so I believe a member of this community has developed a hot new WordPress attack scanner. I've got my scanner plugins installed but I still feel like my WordPress site is a huge pile of SQL vulnerabilities and opporunities for leaking databases, XSS, RFI/LFI, and other penetration. Beyond having a scanner plugin, what more can I do to harden WordPress? Is it an intrinsically vulnerable system or can the security be pretty tight? Frankly, I have a $100 reward for anyone who hacks my site and I want to post even more tempting challenges for people to hack it, but I feel like right now it's just not up to snuff [it's not really ready yet, so don't ask for the URL lol]. In addition to security I would like my WordPress to look leet, have some leet features, and ideally not be recognized as WordPress. I used to build websites in the 90's and early 00's, but I just have not had the time to stay current, thus WordPress is a very attractive option. But I feel like some lamer having this cookie-cutter pre-coded solution... so can I at least hack it in the sense of making it appear to be a hand coded site? I have a plugin called hide-login that changes some of the default WordPress directories and I've modified a public domain theme to remove the dead giveaways, but what more can I do? Finally, what are your favorite themes for hacking/tech stuff, if any? I like the Commodore theme but its formatting doesn't hold up well on anything but desktop based IE and Chrome.
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