Clone of https://github.com/rmusser01/Infosec_Reference . For those who would prefer to not be tracked by MS.
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Relative vs Absolute paths, what's the difference?
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ATT&CK-Stuff prep 2 years ago
Cheat sheets reference pages Checklists - ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ RT & passwords updated, others not yet. Unrelatedly, the beatings will continue until morale improves. 1 year ago
Rants&Writeups Changelog worth a look if you're reading this. Some updates to Phishing and SE primarily. Not what I planned to update, but eh. Will hopefully make another pass on some of the smaller things and update Phishing and Building a Lab in the next few days as well. 1 year ago
css Added folders. Github doesn't do folder through web apparently. 1 week ago
images Added folders. Github doesn't do folder through web apparently. 1 week ago
10k-xkcd.png wew, finally using git again. Splitting up PrivEscPostex.md into 4 pages, 1 general and 1 for linux, mac, and windows. Also 'fixed' the Table of Contents so it should be possible to actually use them now...maybe. 4 weeks ago
Active_Directory.md Fix Active Directory page 10 months ago
AnonOpSecPrivacy.md Updated AnonOpSec ToC 6 months ago
Archiving.md Changelog worth a look if you're reading this. Some updates to Phishing and SE primarily. Not what I planned to update, but eh. Will hopefully make another pass on some of the smaller things and update Phishing and Building a Lab in the next few days as well. 1 year ago
Basic.md Update Basic.md (#47) 1 month ago
Building_A_Lab.md Fix Building A Lab page 10 months ago
CTFs_Wargames.md Fix CTFs page 10 months ago
CandE.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
Career.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
Cars.md Basic sorted 2 years ago
Cheats.md Fix Cheats page 10 months ago
Cloud.md fixing ref scroll to element on gcp and ms-azure (#49) 1 month ago
Conferences.md Updates! Yay! Bunch of stuff added, more edits/formatting stuff. Two folders, sphinx and mobile, sphinx is for new site generation using the markdown files and mobile is a react native version of the original mobile app. So, should be seeing updates to my website along with a re-release of the original app. 4 years ago
Containers.md container page fix/sort 2 years ago
Courses_Training.md Update Courses_Training.md (#44) 3 months ago
Crypto_Encrypt.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
DFIR.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
Darknets.md . 3 years ago
DataVis.md Stuff 2 years ago
Defense.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
Docs_and_Reports.md 1line fix 1 year ago
Embedded.md prep 2 years ago
Exfiltration.md prep 2 years ago
Exploit_Dev.md prep 2 years ago
Fuzzing.md prep 2 years ago
Games.md Basic sorted 2 years ago
Interesting_Things.md prep 2 years ago
L-SM-TH.md Clearing links from Windows threat hunting backlog 2 months ago
Malware.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
Network_Attacks.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
Osint.md Update Osint.md 10 months ago
Passwords.md more backlog/cleaning 1 year ago
Phishing.md update to privesc; clearing old links from backlog 1 year ago
Physical_Security.md Basic 2 years ago
Policy_Compliance.md slight fix to policy page 2 years ago
Port_List.md Update to ATT&CK structure, so that it actually reflects the current model. Next update will be content additions to the ATT&CK sections 4 years ago
PrivEscPostExWin.md ToC fixes... 4 weeks ago
PrivescPostEx.md Update PrivescPostEx.md 4 weeks ago
PrivescPostExLin.md wew, finally using git again. Splitting up PrivEscPostex.md into 4 pages, 1 general and 1 for linux, mac, and windows. Also 'fixed' the Table of Contents so it should be possible to actually use them now...maybe. 4 weeks ago
PrivescPostExmac.md wew, finally using git again. Splitting up PrivEscPostex.md into 4 pages, 1 general and 1 for linux, mac, and windows. Also 'fixed' the Table of Contents so it should be possible to actually use them now...maybe. 4 weeks ago
Programming_Language_Security.md Fix Appsec/Programming page 10 months ago
RE.md prep 2 years ago
README.md Update README.md 1 week ago
RT.md Update RT.md 2 weeks ago
Reverse Engineering - REMath Literature.md Cleanup; More to do 5 years ago
Rootkits.md prep 2 years ago
SCA.md prep 2 years ago
SCADA.md prep 2 years ago
SE.md slight update 1 year ago
UX.md Update UX.md 4 months ago
Web.md trying to save space by deleting empty lines. 2 months ago
Wireless.md prep 2 years ago
_sidebar.md Add files for offline Docsify rendering 1 week ago
bios_uefi.md UEFI updated... with 3 links. 2 years ago
help.md Updates to stuff. Part 1/2 4 years ago
honeypot.md fix(docs): corrects common typos in project documentation 7 months ago
index.html Relative vs Absolute paths, what's the difference? 1 week ago
index.md First add of actual ATT&CK stuff 4 years ago
sysinternals.md Update sysinternals.md 2 months ago
threatmodel.md Basic sorted 2 years ago

README.md

InfoSec Reference

Created by Robert Musser

An Information Security Reference That Doesn't Suck!


Goal:

  • The goal of this project is to act as a free resource for anyone interested in learning more about Information Security.
    • A list of techinques, tools and tactics to learn from or reference.
    • Rich resource of infosec knowledge for anyone to browse through as a jumping off point for various niches OR as a reference/recall method for stuff.
    • Something like a "Yellow Pages" in the sense of you know something exists, but what was it called....
      • 'If you give a man a fish, he is hungry again in an hour. If you teach him to catch a fish, you do him a good turn.'
    • To be clear, these aren't personal notes. I keep this repo maintained as a way of having pointers to information that I feel might help build someone's skillset or increase their understanding of attacks/methods/defenses.
  • This project is not meant to condone illegal or malicious activities.
  • For a HTML version of this reference, check out: https://rmusser.net/docs(I'm not a webdev. Can you tell?).
  • For latest content updates, check the git history.
  • Want to contribute a link?
    • Anything relevant that isn't already in or covered would be/is appreciated.
  • If this resource has helped you in any way(and didn't increase your frustration), please consider making a donation to Doctors Without Borders or Amnesty International.