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02 July 2008 | 4,732 views

Google Calendar a New Target for Phishing

It seems like the Phishing crews at trying to get some new ideas on how to con people into giving away their credentials and leaking info. The latest target appears to be Google Calendar. As always be on your guard as these scams are coming from all directions. A few months ago, spam came to […]

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18 June 2008 | 6,187 views

WikiScanner – Find Interesting Anonymous Edits on Wikipedia

Now this isn’t a new tool, and it’s not quite up to date as the author hasn’t updated it for a while – but it’s still exceedingly cool! As you know most IP addresses are registered to companies or organizations in blocks, so you can identify which network an edit is coming from as Wikipedia […]

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02 June 2008 | 5,162 views

Don’t Sweat or Scratch Your Face Whilst Flying

If not the magic camera in the sky might think you are a terrorist and a squad of crack F16s might be dispatched to blow up your plane.. Don’t go to the toilet too often too, or walk around too much…or do anything really. Better just sit in your seat with a blank expression on […]

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29 May 2008 | 7,331 views

TJX Employee Fired for Trying to Fix Things

Ah TJX in the news again….after previously having the Largest Breach of Customer Data in U.S. History, now they are screwing people over that try to help them and their seemingly ridiculous information security policies. Hello blank passwords? Sounds crazy but I believe it happens, at more places than just TJX. It’s sad that someone […]

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26 May 2008 | 4,116 views

UK to Become Even More Draconian with Privacy Laws

Oh dear, UK going backwards again. A bad case of Big Brother syndrome and once again under the blanket excuse of efforts against terrorism. Please! That’s so old and tired now, do governments seriously think they can keep infringing people’s privacy and rights under the same old guise? Strike terror into the public by continually […]

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20 May 2008 | 5,858 views

Three Charged With Hacking Dave & Buster’s Chain

Another big heist in the US netting a whole lot of juicy information on credit and debit cards, over half a million USD lost in this case alone. There’s a whole lot of fraud going on.. Not bad for fiddling with the cash register system of a restaurant chain. It just shows, anyone dealing with […]

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14 May 2008 | 7,382 views

browserrecon – Passive Browser Fingerprinting

Most of todays tools for fingerprinting are focusing on server-side services. Well-known and widely-accepted implementations of such utilities are available for http web services, smtp mail server, ftp servers and even telnet daemons. Of course, many attack scenarios are focusing on server-side attacks. Client-based attacks, especially targeting web clients, are becoming more and more popular. […]

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12 May 2008 | 13,017 views

Metagoofil v1.4 Released – Metadata and Information Gathering Tool

Metagoofil is an information gathering tool designed for extracting metadata of public documents (pdf,doc,xls,ppt,odp,ods) available on the target/victim website. It will generate a html page with the results of the metadata extracted, plus a list of potential usernames very useful for preparing a bruteforce attack on open services like ftp, pop3,web applications, vpn and so […]

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02 May 2008 | 6,971 views

US Really Owns Your Data Now!

A while back we reported how US customs owns your data, now it’s getting even worse. 10 days ago the US appeals court gave them rights to COPY all your data without notice even if there are no suspicions. Anyone want to talk about dilution of intellectual property? Privacy? Or just basic human rights.. In […]

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25 April 2008 | 5,946 views

Chocolate Owns Your Passwords

The same old story, if you ask people for something they will most likely give it without thinking of the consequences.. Even more so if you are a pretty girl, and in this case you offer someone chocolate. Hey who doesn’t love chocolate? I have to say I don’t love it enough to give out […]

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