Archive | July, 2006


06 July 2006 | 7,150 views

A Forensic Analysis of the Lost Veteran’s Administration Laptop

An interesting speculative post on the forensics techniques that would most likely be used by the FBI during the investigation of the recovered Veteran’s Administration laptop. Most of them are pretty straight forwards if you have any kind of experience with digital forensics and data recovery (disaster recovery, incident response etc.) As a former Computer [...]

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06 July 2006 | 3,109 views

Darknet – Subscribe by E-mail

If you aren’t using RSS you can now subscribe to Darknet via e-mail, you will receive a daily update of the posts published in the last 24 hours. Enter your Email Powered by FeedBlitz Might be useful if you don’t have frequent access to check the site too. Cheers!

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05 July 2006 | 3,432 views

Veterans Administration Chief Says Laptop Recovered

Ah, so finally they got it back, from a street corner of all places. Let’s hope they shall be a little more careful in the future yah? The missing laptop and hard drive that contained veterans’ personal information has been found, Veterans Administration Chief Jim Nicholson announced Thursday. The announcement came at the beginning of [...]

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04 July 2006 | 8,091 views

Month of Browser Bugs (MoBB)

Get ready for a complete month of fun with H D Moore’s Month of Browser Bugs. Quoting from Browser Fun blog: This blog will serve as a dumping ground for browser-based security research and vulnerability disclosure. To kick off this blog, we are announcing the Month of Browser Bugs (MoBB), where we will publish a [...]

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04 July 2006 | 38,816 views

Absinthe Blind SQL Injection Tool/Software

Absinthe is a gui-based tool that automates the process of downloading the schema & contents of a database that is vulnerable to Blind SQL Injection. Absinthe does not aid in the discovery of SQL Injection holes. This tool will only speed up the process of data recovery. Features: Automated SQL Injection Supports MS SQL Server, [...]

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04 July 2006 | 29,473 views

Data Mining MySpace Bulletins

An interesting find made by John Hackenger surfaced today. For those of you familiar with MySpace, you’ll know that it uses ‘Bulletins’ to send a single message to multiple friends in your list. Because the message is sent only to the people you have authorized to be on your list, sometimes you get a feel [...]

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03 July 2006 | 10,985 views

Universal Hooker – An Ollydbg Plugin

The Universal Hooker is a tool to intercept execution of programs. It enables the user to intercept calls to API calls inside DLLs, and also arbitrary addresses within the executable file in memory. Why is it ‘Universal’? There are different ways of hooking functions in a program, for example, it can be done by setting [...]

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02 July 2006 | 98,180 views

Downgrade PSP v2.6 to v1.5 to play homebrew & ISO games

Dark_AleX has now shared Downgrader Test v0.5 For PSP 2.50/2.60 Firmware which, according to MANY users (including TGMG, LalaMan, Firey, and LAXitives), works 100% with PSP consoles that were upgraded to v2.50 or v2.60 Firmware. However, it will NOT work with TA-082 versions and it’s NOT recommended for users whose FACTORY/STOCK Firmware was 2.50 or [...]

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