Archive | Network Hacking

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13 February 2007 | 8,258 views

0-day Vulnerability Effects Solaris – Disable Telnet NOW!

Solaris is pwned by a similar vulnerability to one discovered on AIX systems in 1994. Yes people that’s 13 years ago…and Sun are still vulnerable, as reported by SANS. The following will give you root on a lot of Solaris systems:

Cool eh? The Internet Storm Center is urging system administrators to disable or […]

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03 February 2007 | 5,989 views

Cafepress.com Under Heavy DDoS Attack

Towards the end of last year Cafepress.com came under heavy DDoS attack (Distributed Denial of Service) which took it down for some time. The problem with DDoS attacks is there’s not much you can do to prevent it, if that guy has enough zombies resulting in enough bandwidth, you are going down. DDoS attacks have […]

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02 February 2007 | 11,250 views

Odysseus Win32 Proxy & Telemachus HTTP Transaction Analysis

Introducing a pair of tools that go well together and give you some good control for HTTP transaction analysis and looking at the security of web applications. Odysseus is a tool designed for testing the security of web applications. Odysseus is a proxy server, which acts as a man-in-the-middle during an HTTP session. A typical […]

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29 January 2007 | 15,899 views

Hacking your $60 Router into a $600 Router

This is a bit of hacking in the original sense of the word, taking a $60 router and giving it the capabilities of something costing in the hundreds or thousands (enterprise level). Of all the great DIY projects at this year’s Maker Faire, the one project that really caught my eye involved converting a regular […]

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26 January 2007 | 43,491 views

Router/Switch Default Password List Updated

The famous Phenoelit Default Password List has been updated, it’s been quite some time since an update. http://www.phenoelit.org/dpl/dpl.html This is a must have resource on your pen-drive and backed up offline somewhere for those important times when you need to know the login for a router/switch :)

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25 January 2007 | 5,704 views

Technitium MAC Address Changer v4 (TMACv4) Released

Technitium MAC Address Changer v4 (TMACv4 C4) has been officially released. Technitium MAC Address Changer allows you to change Machine Access Control (MAC) Address of your Network Interface Card (NIC) irrespective to your NIC manufacturer or its driver. It has a very simple user interface and provides ample of information regarding each NIC in the […]

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23 January 2007 | 16,636 views

SIP Proxy – VoIP Security Testing Tool

SIP Proxy is an Open Source VoIP security test tool which has been developed by the students Philipp Haupt and Matthias Halimann during their diploma thesis and second student research project at the University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil. With SIP Proxy you will have the opportunity to eavesdrop and manipulate SIP traffic. Furthermore, predefined security […]

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19 January 2007 | 513,119 views

Wep0ff – Wireless WEP Key Cracker Tool

Wep0ff is new tool to crack WEP-key without access to AP by mount fake access point attack against WEP-based wireless clients. It uses combination of fragmentation and evil twin attacks to generate traffic which can be used for KoreK-style WEP-key recovery. This tool can be used to mount fake access point attack against WEP-based wireless […]

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15 January 2007 | 18,157 views

SPIKE Proxy – Application Level Security Assessment

SPIKE Proxy is part of the SPIKE Application Testing Suite, It functions as an HTTP and HTTPS proxy, and allows the web developer or web application auditor low level access to the entire web application interface, while also providing a bevy of automated tools and techniques for discovering common problems. These automated tools include: Automated […]

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12 January 2007 | 27,566 views

Nmapview – Graphical Interface (GUI) for Nmap on Windows

Finally a replacement for the way outdated and rather crappy NmapFE! Unfortunately sometimes we do have to actually use Windows, and Nmap cleverly overcame the problems with raw sockets on Windows SP2 by using ATM frames instead, so it’s cool. Now we just need a decent GUI so it fits into the whole scheme of […]

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