Category: Resources

  • Pareto Security :: Description of features

    Below is a description of the advanced features of Pareto Security listed in the Advanced settings of the dashboard. As stated, it is best not to use these features unless you know a thing or two about web security. 99% of what Pareto Security does, it does in its default settings therefore you do not […]

  • Tor network friendly hammer for rotten onions

    —–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—– Hash: SHA256 Quick Rationale: Tor Hidden Services ( TorHS ) allows for users of Tor to host their services/websites in such a way that it is very hard to track the hosting location and even to attack them where necessary. This website for example is run on a TorHS hosted webserver […]

  • Pareto Security PHP Core Security Class

    Protect your wordpress user inputs from the usual array of attack vectors Had enough of the security theatre presented by the raft of WordPress security plugins? Time to put a stop to the attacks! Firstly WordPress and most other CMS’s are built using PHP. PHP is a very insecure programming language, even worse in the […]

  • Canary Statement

    noun 1… A small songbird in the finch family, serinus canaria domestica, originally native to islands in the North Atlantic. 2… A mechanism to test for unsafe conditions, originating from the use of canaries in coal mines to detect poisonous gases or cave-ins. If the canary died, it was time to get out of the […]

  • Maori Diceware [POC]


  • Configuring A Hidden Service on Ubuntu Server

    —–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—– Hash: SHA256 A) Ubuntu Server: 1 Go to 1.1 Download Ubuntu Server and install. 1.2 Configure Networking 1.3 Update sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y 2 Extra Security 2.1 Install the following: sudo apt-get install ufw chkrootkit rkhunter 2.2 Configure ufw ( Uncomplicated Firewall ) sudo ufw default deny […]