Archive | June, 2006


22 June 2006 | 8,526 views

Botnets and Phishing Numbers Increasing Despite Crackdown

Botnets and organises cybercrime is getting more prevalent, it seems it’s increasing exponentially despire crackdowns by the US governments and other organisations. The criminals are getting more advanced, phishing scams are getting more realistic, technically trojans are getting more effective and the groups are getting really organised. Cybercrooks are organizing better and moving to more […]

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22 June 2006 | 46,354 views

FireMaster 2.1 – A Firefox Master Password Recovery Tool

FireMaster version 2.1 has been released with its new features and new speed. Firemaster is the Firefox master password recovery tool. If you have forgotten the master password, then using FireMaster you can find out the master password and get back your lost signon information. It uses various methods such as dictionary, hybrid and brute […]

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21 June 2006 | 18,656 views

Google’s Orkut Hit by Data Stealing Worm – Mw.Orc

So just a few days about there was a new MSN Worm – BlackAngel.B, before that the Yahoo! e-mail worm, long before that of course the MySpace worm and a few others not notable enough to mention. And of course plenty of nasty Trojans. A new Internet worm capable of stealing bank details and other […]

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21 June 2006 | 9,436 views

Yersinia 0.7 Released with 802.1x Support – Layer 2 Attack Framework

Yersinia is a network tool designed to take advantage of some weakeness in different network protocols. It pretends to be a solid framework for analyzing and testing the deployed networks and systems. It’s a very useful for any network based penetration testing or vulnerability assessment. There isn’t many tools working on Layer 2 and this […]

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20 June 2006 | 4,894 views

3Com’s TippingPoint Finds New IE Vulnerabilities

What? New vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer? You can hack Internet Exploder Explorer? Never! 3Com Corp’s TippingPoint division has discovered and disclosed two critical new vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer through 3Com’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI). The vulnerabilities could have allowed an attacker to gain control of a PC if the user was logged in with […]

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20 June 2006 | 5,435 views

Money Lost Due to Cybercrime Down Again This Year!

It seems even though vendors are pushing their snakeoil harder than ever, the actual figures show that the money lost due to cybercrime has decreased every year for the last four years! Perhaps people are finally getting more secure, it’s not suprising with the advent of cheaper and easier to use intrusion detection and intrusion […]

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19 June 2006 | 6,754 views

SinFP v2.00 Released – Next Generation OS Detection Tool

OS Fingerprinting is an important part of any penetration test or hack as it allows you focus your efforts a lot more effeciently when point testing, rather than throwing everything at a machine like a script kiddy would. So let’s introduce a new option, other than p0f and xprobe2. SinFP uses the aforementioned limitations as […]

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18 June 2006 | 7,776 views

Microsoft got Defaced

No, it wasn’t Microsoft.com, still, a very cool hack. Microsoft France suffered an attack by a Turkish group, going by the handle of TiTHacK. You can check TiTHacK ‘profile’ over at Zone-H. By the looks of things, he has been really busy today. At the time of this writing, the site still hasn’t been fixed. […]

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18 June 2006 | 5,934 views

Kevin Mitnick Interview on Social Engineering

There’s a good interview with Kevin Mitnick on Social Engineering. Well afterall, that is where his skill lies, not in technical hacking. Arrested by the FBI in 1995 and convicted of breaking into the systems of Fujitsu Siemens, Nokia and Sun Microsystems, Mitnick served five years in prison–eight months of it in solitary confinement. In […]

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17 June 2006 | 3,762 views

British Workers Love to Snoop Salary Info, Personal Notes & Colleagues Data

Well I would say this was true for office workers everywhere, not particularly just Brits. But well the British are an inquisitive nation, so this doesn’t surprise me at all. Nearly a quarter (22 per cent) of UK employees admit to having illegally accessed sensitive data such as salary details from their firms employer’s IT […]

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