Archive | Exploits/Vulnerabilities


02 June 2014 | 1,393 views

Spotify Hacked – Rolls Out New Android App

So it looks like Spotify was hacked, or at least suffered some kind of breach – they claim user data for only one user was accessed and no payment details or password information was leaked. So it doesn’t seem to serious, but Spotify are reacting responsibly (which is good to see), disclosing the breach and […]

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22 May 2014 | 1,520 views

eBay Hacked – 128 Million Users To Reset Passwords

The big news this week is that the massive online auction site eBay has been hacked, the compromise appears to have taken place a few months around February/March but has only come to light recently when employee login credentials were used. This is 3 times bigger than the massive 42 Million passwords leaked by Cupid […]

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14 May 2014 | 2,011 views

Navy Sys Admin Hacks Into Databases From Aircraft Carrier

So this story caught my eye and I found it pretty interesting as it reads like something out of a Tom Clancy novel crossed with a bunch of script kiddies, a Navy Sys Admin has been charged with conspiracy to hack – the interesting part was that he hacked the Navy (whilst working there..) and […]

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01 May 2014 | 813 views

Microsoft Confirms Internet Explorer 0-Day

So during the past weekend, Microsoft confirmed an Internet Explorer 0-day that is actually being used in targeted online attacks. Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution It will be interesting to see if they push an out of band patch for this one or just wait for the next Patch Tuesday. It’s […]

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24 April 2014 | 2,675 views

Viber Vulnerable To Man In The Middle Attack (MITM)

So this week, researchers at the University of New Haven have been focusing on Viber and have found that pretty much everything transferred and stored on the Viber service, except the messages themselves is not encrypted either in transit or at rest (doodles, images, location data & videos). The implication of this is that the […]

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17 April 2014 | 1,178 views

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Arrest Heartbleed Hacker

The Heartbleed Bug was the big thing last week and honestly pretty much the biggest thing this year so far. And it turns out someone has been caught using the Heartbleed bug in a malicious way and in Canada no less. The young Heartbleed hacker goes is a 19 year old Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes and […]

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09 April 2014 | 4,505 views

Heartbleed Bug SSL Vulnerability – Everything You Need To Know

Introduction So the Internet has been exploding this week due to the Heartbleed Bug in OpenSSL which effects a LOT of servers and websites and is being hailed by some as the worst vulnerability in the history of the Internet thus far. The main info on the bug can be found at In basic […]

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03 April 2014 | 730 views

Oracle Java Cloud Service Vulnerabilities Publicly Disclosed

Security researches from the Polish firm Security Explorations have released a massive slew of PoC code and technical details on 30 Oracle Java Cloud Service Vulnerabilities. It seems like they had already reported them to Oracle, but weren’t happy with how things were handled, so have decided to go public with the weaknesses. They gave […]

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11 March 2014 | 2,196 views

ODA – Online Web Based Disassembler

ODA stands for Online DisAssembler. ODA is a general purpose machine code disassembler that supports a myriad of machine architectures. Built on the shoulders of libbfd and libopcodes (part of binutils), ODA allows you to explore an executable by dissecting its sections, strings, symbols, raw hex, and machine level instructions. ODA is an online Web […]

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06 March 2014 | 828 views

Target CIO Beth Jacob Resigns After Huge Breach

So the latest news this week is that the Target CIO Beth Jacob has resigned, it seems to be somewhat linked to the massive heist of credit card details from Target that took place in December last year. To be fair it was a fairly complex, high-level attack and I’m pretty sure most companies would […]

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