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16 June 2014 | 3,374 views

SHODAN – Expose Online Devices (Wind Turbines, Power Plants & More!)

SHODAN is a search engine that lets you find specific computers (routers, servers, etc.) using a variety of filters. Some have also described it as a public port scan directory or a search engine of banners. Web search engines, such as Google and Bing, are great for finding websites. But what if you’re interested in […]

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02 June 2014 | 1,309 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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24 April 2014 | 2,221 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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22 April 2014 | 1,614 views

RAWR – Rapid Assessment of Web Resources

Introducing RAWR (Rapid Assessment of Web Resources). There’s a lot packed in this tool that will help you get a better grasp of the threat landscape that is your client’s web resources. It has been tested from extremely large network environments, down to 5 node networks. It has been fine-tuned to promote fast, accurate, and […]

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14 March 2014 | 1,564 views

NSA Large Scale TURBINE Malware Also Target Sysadmins

So more revelations coming out about the NSA from the latest batch of documents leaked by Edward Snowden. This time they detail a huge malware infection system created for widespread infections, it seems fairly advanced with the ability to spit out different types of malware depending on the target. Other than the TURBINE malware engine, […]

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06 March 2014 | 826 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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04 March 2014 | 2,775 views

EyeWitness – A Rapid Web Application Triage Tool

EyeWitness is a rapid web application triage tool designed to take screenshots of websites, provide some server header info, and identify default credentials if possible. The author would love for EyeWitness to identify more default credentials of various web applications. So as you find devices which utilizes default credentials, please e-mail him the source code […]

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12 February 2014 | 954 views

The Mask AKA Careto Espionage Malware

So the latest buzz going around is caused by a hacking group that appears to be Spanish and is called The Mask or Careto. The reason there is a fair amount of buzz is their next level espionage malware that has been targeting government institutions, diplomatic offices and embassies, energy, oil and gas companies, research […]

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22 January 2014 | 4,822 views

The 25 Worst Passwords Of 2013 – “password” Is Not #1

The worst passwords of 2013 – really, more like the most common. The majority come from the massive Adobe leak, which contributed over 40 million passwords and skewed the data a fair bit pushing “photoshop” and “adobe123″ into the list. Most of them are no surprise though, we published the top 10 most common passwords […]

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03 December 2013 | 1,785 views

Stuxnet 2 Under Development By Spy Agencies?

It’s been a fair while since we’ve heard a mention of Stuxnet, so the potential for Stuxnet 2 is quite interesting. Of course at this point, it’s pretty much all just rumours – but still I’d be very surprised if such a thing wasn’t already in the works. Apparently in this case, it’s the Saudi […]

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