Archive | October, 2011


05 October 2011 | 9,588 views

Security By Obscurity Not So Bad After All?

I’m sure you’ve been taught, as have I – that security through or by obscurity is bad (changing port numbers, removing service banners and so on). I’ve personally always used it, as an additional line of defence on my systems. As a hacker I know, the more information a system gives me straight off the [...]

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04 October 2011 | 10,219 views

MagicTree v1.0 Released – Productivity Tool For Penetration Testers

We wrote about MagicTree back in January of this year when it was first launched – MagicTree – Penetration Tester Productivity Tool . It’s come quite a long way and the authors are happy to announce that MagicTree version 1.0 has been released and is available for download. MagicTree is a productivity tool for penetration [...]

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03 October 2011 | 8,202 views

Anonymous Twitter Alternative Created For Protesters & Revolutionaries

There was a mass of news back in August about the London riots and how social media (especially Twitter) and the BlackBerry Messenger service (BBM) enabled the rioters to organize themselves via broadcast messages and tweets. After discovering a lot of rioters got busted from their Tweets and BBM messages (which are of course traceable) [...]

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