Archive | July, 2012


31 July 2012 | 1,078 views

Sophos Offers Free Android Antivirus App

Sophos seems to be a lot more aggressive recently when it comes to the consumer market, they used to be a hardcore enterprise only solution when they first started out. I guess they’ve realized where the money is. Back in 2010 they one of the first to come out with a free Antivirus solution for [...]

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23 July 2012 | 3,497 views

Hcon Security Testing Framework (HconSTF) v0.4 – Fire Base

HconSTF is an Open Source Penetration Testing Framework based on different browser technologies, Which helps any security professional to assists in the Penetration testing or vulnerability scanning assessment. It contains webtools which are capable of carrying out XSS attacks, SQL Injection, siXSS, CSRF, Trace XSS, RFI, LFI, etc. It could prove useful to anybody interested [...]

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20 July 2012 | 480 views

Nvidia Investigates Claims Of Online Store Compromise During Spate Of Hacking

Just a few days back we posted about Yahoo! Voices Hacked With SQL Injection – Passwords In Plaintext, and most recently it seems someone has been going after Nvidia pretty hard. They have already had a few web properties hacked including their forum, the developer zone and their research site. The latest break in the [...]

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18 July 2012 | 3,401 views

spt v0.6.0 – Simple Phishing Toolkit Available For Download

spt is a simple concept with powerful possibilities. It is what it’s name implies: a simple phishing toolkit. The basic idea the spt project had was “Wouldn’t it be cool if there were a simple, effective, easy to use and free (most importantly!) tool that information security professionals could use to evaluate and train what [...]

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16 July 2012 | 2,546 views

Yahoo! Voices Hacked With SQL Injection – Passwords In Plaintext

There’s been a few HUGE cases of large sites being hacked and exposing either plaintext or extremely poorly encrypted passwords, it happened to LinkedIn not that long ago – and the latest case is of Yahoo!. It wasn’t the main site, but with almost half a million username and password combos exposed – it’s a [...]

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12 July 2012 | 1,346 views

Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Evaluation Toolkit (EMET) 3rd Party GUI

We published an article about Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Evaluation Toolkit (EMET) when it came out back in June 2011. The Native GUI for EMET is in .NET and there are some situations or restricted environments where you may be unable to install .NET or just simple don’t want to use it. This is where this [...]

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09 July 2012 | 733 views

Android Malware App Covertly Makes Purchases On China Mobile Market

There seems to be a trend towards malware on the Android platform that extorts money from the user somehow, either through premium SMS or services – or the latest trojan – which covertly purchases apps from the mobile market. We first wrote about Android Antivirus software from Symantec back in 2010 and it seems like [...]

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