Welcome to our Cybersecurity blog.  Here at NaviSec, our engineers live and breathe cybersecurity 24×7. We are constantly performing research, improving our custom tool sets, appliances, and TTPs. We learn from others in our industry and offer our own experience back to the cyber security community through webinars, podcasts, blog articles, and through our work with high school and college interns and constantly look for other ways to ‘sharpen our ax’.

In our cybersecurity blog below, you will find a sample of our research and simply put our passion in giving back to the community. Our series titled A Pentesters Guide is frequently referenced and linked in independent research and other cyber security companies in our peer group – just as we learn and implement important research and tools from our peer cybersecurity companies. Please contact us if there is a topic you would like to see a blog article written or if you would like to request one of our cybersecurity experts to visit your podcast or other cybersecurity panel.

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Who is NaviSec Delta?

NaviSec Delta is a branch from the Company NaviSec. We’re the Offensive Security arm of the company, and we provide several services with regards to

Reverse Shell Reference

This document is supposed to be a quick reference for things like reverse shell one liners, including PHP shells and sources to those. If you

Privilege Escalation Reference

In this reference, valuable information has been adapted and shared from 0x00sec’s privilege escalation wiki and g0tmi1k’s escalation guide. What’s in this document? Linux Privesc

Penetration Testing Engagement References

Whenever we’re on an engagement, I find myself googling for that one command that I never memorize, whether it’s the SUID bit find command, the NodeJS reverse shell, the github to that one


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