The Security Test Audit Report (STAR) is a standardized summary of the results of a security or penetration test providing precise calculations of the Attack Surface, details of what was tested and how, and indemnification for testing organization. The STAR is required when OSSTMM certifying the security of an organization.
Hacker Highschool (HHS) is an ever-growing collection of cybersecurity lessons towards a full curriculum written specifically for teens from 12 - 20 years old and covering subjects that are timely, interesting, and important for teen cybersafety.
Each HHS lesson is designed as self-contained learning, no teaching required. Why? Because hacking is about discovery and that needs to be learned, not taught. The lessons are all written in a fun narrative and promote good moral behavior, resourcefulness, technical know-how, and empathy.
In HHS you will find lessons on that teach teens on how to utilize Internet resources safely and so much more. Prepare teens for the field of cybersecurity. Let teens explore what it means to be a hacker in a positive way where they learn creativity, problem-solving, overcoming failure, researching new ideas, and other skills they can immediately apply in all facets of their lives.
We provide our research here openly for all to learn with us. All projects are open for involvement or further study. Your involvement assures each project gets reviewed from within new constraints, a new perspective, and a new mind. So do contact us with your comments, criticisms, doubts, or if you want to help further a project along.