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Tesla Hack – Remote Access Whilst Parked or Driving

The big buzz on my Twitter this week was about the Tesla Hack carried out by a Chinese crew called Keen Security Lab. It’s no big surprise even though Tesla is known for being fairly security concious and proactive about it. With it being a connected car, that’s pretty important that any remote control capabilities […]

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PunkSPIDER – A Web Vulnerability Search Engine

PunkSPIDER is a global-reaching web vulnerability search engine aimed at web applications. The goal is to allow the user to determine vulnerabilities in websites across the Internet quickly, easily, and intuitively. Please use PunkSPIDER responsibly. In simple terms, that means the authors have created a security scanner and the required architecture that can execute a […]

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Dropbox Hacked – 68 Million User Accounts Compromised

So was Dropbox Hacked? There was some rumours going around last week after it sent out a password reset e-mail warning to all users. It seems like it’s limited to users who were active in 2012 and the only ones who would be in trouble are as usual, those who haven’t changed their password since […]

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PowerOPS – PowerShell Runspace Portable Post Exploitation Tool

PowerShell Runspace Portable Post Exploitation Tool aimed at making Penetration Testing with PowerShell “easier”. PowerOPS is an application written in C# that does not rely on powershell.exe but runs PowerShell commands and functions within a powershell runspace environment (.NET). It intends to include multiple offensive PowerShell modules to make the process of Post Exploitation easier. […]

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Shadow Brokers NSA Hack Leaks 0-day Vulnerabilities

Right now there’s a ton of people talking about the NSA Hack, the severity, the repercussions and the value of what has been leaked. It seems the 0-day exploits in the cache of stolen aren’t super recent ones, as it appears they are from 2013. But even so, some of them haven’t been patched as […]

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Pompem – Exploit & Vulnerability Finder

Pompem is an open source exploit & vulnerability finder tool, designed to automate the search for Exploits and Vulnerability in the most important databases. Developed in Python, has a system of advanced search, that help the work of pen-testers and ethical hackers. In the current version, it performs searches in PacketStorm security, CXSecurity, ZeroDay, Vulners, […]

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Bug Bounties Reaching $500,000 For iOS Exploits

It seems this year bug bounties are getting really serious, especially on the secondary market involving exploit trading firms, not direct to the software producer or owner. $500,000 isn’t chump change and would be a good year for a small security team, especially living somewhere with a weaker currency. Even for a solo security researcher […]

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Telegram Hack – Possible Nation State Attack By Iran

So there’s been a lot of news lately about the Telegram hack and how 15 million accounts were compromised, which is not technically true. There’s 2 vectors of attack at play here, both of which regard Iranian users, but are not connected (other than the attackers probably being the same group). So the two attacks […]

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In 2016 Your Wireless Keyboard Security Still SUCKS – KeySniffer

So you’d probably imagine that Wireless Keyboard Security is a 1998 problem and you shouldn’t even have to worry about that any more. And you’d be wrong – two-thirds of wireless keyboards, from MAJOR manufacturers are not even vaguely secure. It turns out, in 2016 when cryptography is mainstream, open-source and fairly easy to implement […]

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ERTS – Exploit Reliability Testing System

ERTS or Exploit Reliability Testing System is a Python based tool to calculate the reliability of an exploit based on the number of times the exploit is able to control EIP register with the desired address/value. It’s created to help you code reliable exploits and take the manual parts out of running and re-running exploits […]

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