Archive | Countermeasures

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14 May 2015 | 905 views

BitTorrent Bleep – Encrypted, Decentralized Voice & Text App

So after running an open alpha for a while, BitTorrent Bleep is now finally public and official. The whole secure/transient messaging app/platform area is an interesting space, companies have come and gone, some have been compromised and some are still around (Snapchat, Poke, Wickr, Armortext etc). Bleep requires no personal info, just a nickname and […]

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05 May 2015 | 3,122 views

The Dude – Automatic Network Discovery & Layout Tool

The Dude network monitor is a (not so) new application by MikroTik which can dramatically improve the way you manage your network environment. It will automatically scan all devices within specified subnets, draw and layout a map of your networks, monitor services of your devices and alert you in case some service has problems. A […]

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02 May 2015 | 1,673 views

Graudit v1.9 Download – Grep Source Code Auditing Tool

Graudit is a simple script and signature sets that allows you to find potential security flaws in source code using the GNU utility grep. It’s comparable to other static analysis applications and source code auditing tool sets like RATS, SWAAT and flaw-finder while keeping the technical requirements to a minimum and being very flexible. You […]

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21 April 2015 | 1,751 views

sptoolkit Rebirth – Simple Phishing Toolkit

The sptoolkit (rebirth) or Simple Phishing Toolkit project is an open source phishing education toolkit that aims to help in securing the mind as opposed to securing computers. Organizations spend billions of dollars annually in an effort to safeguard information systems, but spend little to nothing on the under trained and susceptible minds that operate […]

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18 April 2015 | 1,629 views

EvilAP Defender – Detect Evil Twin Attacks

EvilAP_Defender is an application that helps wireless network administrators to discover and prevent Evil Access Points (AP) from attacking wireless users. The application can be run in regular intervals to protect your wireless network and detect Evil Twin attacks. By configuring the tool you can get notifications sent to your email whenever an evil access […]

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16 April 2015 | 1,244 views

Google Chrome 42 Stomps A LOT Of Bugs & Disables Java By Default

Ah finally, the end of NPAPI is coming – a relic from the Netscape era the Netscape Plugin API causes a lot of instability in Chrome and security issues. It means Java is now disabled by default along with other NPAPI based plugins in Google Chrome 42. Chrome will be removing support for NPAPI totally […]

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24 February 2015 | 3,427 views

VScan – Open Source Vulnerability Management System

VScan is an open source Vulnerability Management System designed to make it easier for an organization to track vulnerability resolution and ensure anything found in their infrastructure is fixed. VScan was created as after a vulnerability assessment it can sometimes be difficult to track the implementation of a security improvement program, so this tool can […]

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12 February 2015 | 1,502 views

Facebook Launches ThreatExchange – Security Clearinghouse API

So Facebook has launched ThreatExchange, a social network for information security intelligence and cyberthreat sharing, how apt. They have signed up some fairly heavyweight partners from the get go with Bitly, Dropbox, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter and Yahoo! being involved initially. With those kind of names, it’s a sure bet more people will jump on the […]

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19 December 2014 | 2,088 views

Acunetix OVS Review (Online Vulnerability Scanner)

Introduction It’s been a while since we’ve looked at any Acunetix products in depth, they’ve always had a solid Web Vulnerability Scanner as we found in our reviews of Acunetix WVS 6 and Acunetix WVS 7. Version 9.5 of the Web Vulnerability Scanner was released earlier this year and late last year Acunetix also announced […]

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29 November 2014 | 3,898 views

isowall – Completely Isolate A Device From The Local Network

Isowall is a mini-firewall that allows you to completely isolate a device from the local network. This is for allowing infected machines Internet access, but without endangering the local network. Building This project depends upon libpcap, and of course a C compiler. On Debian, the following should work:

This will put the binary isowall […]

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