Archive | August, 2012


29 August 2012 | 4,278 views

1 Million Accounts Leaked From Banks, Government Agencies & Consultancy Firms

Seems like some hactivists have been working hard, 1 million accounsts were leaked over the weekend from some pretty serious sources by the group Team GhostShell – who are affiliated with Anonymous. It seems like these weren’t particularly complex or technically adept multi-layer attacks, they were carried out via the most common avenue – SQL [...]

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27 August 2012 | 6,088 views

XMPPloit – A Tool to Attack XMPP Connections

XMPPloit is a command-line tool to attack XMPP connections, allowing the attacker to place a gateway between the client and the server and perform different attacks on the client stream. The tool exploit implements vulnerabilities at the client & server side utilizing the XMPP protocol. The main goal is that all the process is transparently [...]

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17 August 2012 | 1,060 views

Microsoft Patches Critical Security Vulnerabilities In Windows, Office, IE, Exchange & SQL Server

Another huge raft of critical fixes has been pushed out by Microsoft across almost their entire range of products, including client and server side software and the Windows OS itself. It’s been a while since I’ve seen such a huge variety of security issues in one update including 5 critical vulnerabilities. If you are running [...]

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08 August 2012 | 3,654 views

chapcrack – A tool for parsing and decrypting MS-CHAPv2 network handshakes.

chapcrack is a tool for parsing and decrypting MS-CHAPv2 network handshakes, it was announced recently at Defcon as we read over here – Marlinspike demos MS-CHAPv2 crack. The process is as follows: Obtain a packet capture with an MS-CHAPv2 network handshake in it (PPTP VPN or WPA2 Enterprise handshake, for instance). Use chapcrack to parse [...]

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