Archive | Windows Hacking


12 July 2012 | 1,370 views

Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Evaluation Toolkit (EMET) 3rd Party GUI

We published an article about Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Evaluation Toolkit (EMET) when it came out back in June 2011. The Native GUI for EMET is in .NET and there are some situations or restricted environments where you may be unable to install .NET or just simple don’t want to use it. This is where this […]

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22 June 2012 | 1,562 views

Windows XML Core Services Exploit Attacked In The Wild – CVE-2012-1889

Oh look, another serious flaw in Windows – and this one is really bad because it can be exploited directly in Internet Explorer. And even worse than that, this vulnerability is actually being exploited in the wild by cybercriminals – this shows it’s no longer a theoretical attack. Plus of course the fact, it’s actually […]

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11 April 2012 | 1,292 views

Microsoft Delivers 6 Out Of Band High Priority Security Updates

Now it was only last month when everyone was wrapped up in the MS12-020 RDP Exploit Code In The Wild issue. As it turns out, Microsoft have been hiding some more serious security issues under the carpet. Apparently attackers are already exploiting the MS12-027 flaw in ActiveX in the wild – although Microsoft of course […]

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19 March 2012 | 8,486 views

MS12-020 RDP Exploit Code In The Wild

The big news that erupted towards the end of last week was about the latest pretty serious vulnerability patched quietly by Microsoft, AKA MS12-020 (which plenty of people are using to bait skiddies into downloading dodgy code). The flaw is in the RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) service – which is a pretty bad service to […]

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15 December 2011 | 8,090 views

No BEAST Fix From Microsoft In December Patch Tuesday – But They Fixed Duqu Bug

It looks like Microsoft originally had a patch for the BEAST vulnerability, but for some reason they have withdrawn it for the December Patch Tuesday. It’s a pretty bumper crop of patches though with 13 bulletins and 19 vulnerabilities fixed, the highest profile one being a patch for the zero-day vulnerability exploited by Duqu. The […]

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18 October 2011 | 22,167 views

winAUTOPWN v2.8 Released For Download – Windows Auto-Hacking Toolkit

I wanted to post this a while back, but the site (and thus the download) was down again – it seems to be a common occurrence. Someone get this guy some proper hosting! winAUTOPWN and bsdAUTOPWN are minimal Interactive Frameworks which act as a frontend for quick systems vulnerability exploitation. It takes inputs like IP […]

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20 September 2011 | 13,462 views

NetworkMiner v1.1 Released – Windows Packet Analyzer & Sniffer

NetworkMiner is a Network Forensic Analysis Tool (NFAT) for Windows. NetworkMiner can be used as a passive network sniffer/packet capturing tool in order to detect operating systems, sessions, hostnames, open ports etc. without putting any traffic on the network. NetworkMiner can also parse PCAP files for off-line analysis and to regenerate/reassemble transmitted files and certificates […]

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06 September 2011 | 19,783 views

winAUTOPWN v2.7 Released – Windows Autohacking Tool

I’ve always been skeptical about this tool, especially seen as though the first version was released on April Fools day in 2009, anyway it’s 2 years later now and it still seems to be around so I think it’s worth publishing an update. If any of you have actually tested this tool out, do drop […]

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04 July 2011 | 12,409 views

Security Researchers Discover 4 Million Strong ‘Indestructible’ Botnet – TDSS/TDL

It’s been recently uncovered that there’s a HUGE botnet, which is extremely advanced and constantly evolving a variant of the ever popular (and usually quite advanced) TDL strain. We did write about a TDL variant earlier in 2010 – TDL AKA Alureon Rootkit Now Infecting 64-Bit Windows 7 Platform. TDL itself has been around several […]

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01 June 2011 | 7,486 views

Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Evaluation Toolkit (EMET)

The enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is designed to help prevent hackers from gaining access to your system. Software vulnerabilities and exploits have become an everyday part of life. Virtually every product has to deal with them and consequently, users are faced with a stream of security updates. For users who get attacked before the […]

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