It seems like some major ownage was layed down at Defcon, I was very interested by the thread coderman posted in Full Disclosure earlier: DEF CON 19 – hackers get hacked! Especially when some people did chime in with supporting opinions and agreeing that it does seem like they got hacked. Basically someone setup some […]
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iKAT was designed to aid security consultants with the task of auditing the security of a Windows based internet Kiosk terminal. iKAT is designed to provide access to the underlying operating system of a Kiosk terminal by invoking native OS functionality. This tool should be (and is) used by Kiosk vendors/developers/suppliers to test the security […]
Now this is a pretty interesting contest from the guys at Defcon, antivirus evasion! It’s a question that gets asked a LOT…how do I avoid AV? There are various ways to do it and I’ll be interested to see which are used in the contest, the most elegant solutions of course get better prizes. Security […]
Following Darknet post regarding SyScan’06, I decided to make a little resume of the most important security events all around the world. Unfortunately we won’t be able to go, so all the pictures are welcome. (-: If there’s any missing do let us know. Recon 2006 – WWW – 16 June to 18 June 2006 […]
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