Oh look! Another data-leak, this was was pretty bad as it contained plain-text passwords (who on earth doesn’t hash their passwords in the DB in 2011?!). Anyway this time it was a Groupon subsidary – Sosata.com which managed to leak the e-mail addresses and plain-text passwords for 300,000 users AND on top of that, Google […]
Archive | June, 2011
Ok so you’ve got Metasploit loaded up, you’ve read the Metasploit Tutorials & Watched the Videos – but you’ve still got no idea what to do next and don’t have anything to test against. It’s not exactly new, but I guess a lot of people still don’t know about it. Basically if you don’t know […]
A couple of weeks back we posted about the new course suited to beginners by eLearnSecurity – we also offered an exclusive 10% Discount for Darknet readers – Penetration Testing – Student Course/Training by eLearnSecurity (Get 10% Off Until June 30th!). This is just a reminder that this offer expires in THREE days on June […]
Routines for hunting down kernel symbols from from kallsyms, System.map, vmlinux, vmlinuz, and remote symbol servers. Examples:
$ ./ksymhunter prepare_kernel_cred
[+] trying to resolve prepare_kernel_cred...
[+] resolved prepare_kernel_cred using /boot/System.map-2.6.38-gentoo
[+] resolved prepare_kernel_cred to 0xffffffff81061060
$ ./ksymhunter commit_creds
[+] trying to resolve commit_creds...
[+] resolved commit_creds using /boot/System.map-2.6.38-gentoo
[+] resolved commit_creds to 0xffffffff81060dc0
You can download ksymhunter v1.0 here: ksymhunter.tar.gz Or read more here.
It’s very out of character for Adobe – but they’ve actually released two out of band patches in the last week or so. They’ve had to patch 4 times in the past 2 months – that’s a total of 6 times in 2011 so far – with 5 out of those 6 being for critical […]
It’s been a while since the last time we wrote about the OWASP ZAP – Zed Attack Proxy for Web Application Penetration Testing, back in October 2010. ZAP is an easy to use integrated penetration testing tool for finding vulnerabilities in web applications. It is designed to be used by people with a wide range […]
The big news in Asia this week is that Anonymous has found a new target – the Malaysian government. Recently the Internet regulator in Malaysia (SKMM) issued a notice to all the ISPs in the South-East Asian country to block 10 domains associated with copyright infringement. Following that, Anonymous released a manifesto against the Malaysian […]
It’s been a while since we last mentioned Skipfish, it was back in March 2010 when they first came out. Skipfish is an active web application security reconnaissance tool. It prepares an interactive sitemap for the targeted site by carrying out a recursive crawl and dictionary-based probes. The resulting map is then annotated with the […]
Oh dear, another big organization has fallen foul to the whole RSA SecurID hack – it seems that way anyway. In combination with a Spear Phishing attack (similar to the one carried out on high level US officials via Gmail recently) hackers have busted the IMF wide open. It seems to be a very targeted […]
Introduction You may remember a while back we reviewed the Penetration Testing – Pro course by eLearnSecurity here – eLearnSecurity – Online Penetration Testing Training and we posted about the course update here – Penetration Testing Course Pro 1.1 – New Version & New Module. The latest news is they’ve come out with a truly […]