09 F9 11 02 9D 74 E3 5B D8 41 56 C5 63 56 88 C0 This is everywhere today. Every major news site has this ‘magic’ number in it. Digg.com had stories with more than 24.000 diggs (that’s actually the first time I see that many). In case you’ve been in a cave for [...]
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This is just a simple warning to all NMAP users out there. If you’re registered on the announcement mailing list you already now this, otherwise, heads up. NMAP 4.20 has been released with something that looks promising. 2nd generation OS detection. The changelog is available here. Enjoy!
This has just been posted to Bugtraq. For now you can test if your version is vulnerable, here. (will cause Firefox to close) So far Firefox 220.127.116.11 and 2.0 (Linux) have been tested, and both vulnerable. Firefox 1.0.7 (Win32), not vulnerable. The code used on the test page and the one submitted to Bugtraq can [...]
CAPTCHA, acronym for “completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans apart” is used, most of the times at least, as an authentication mechanism. Not to prove your identity, but to do a much simpler job than that; to prove your a human. With the bad guys always a step ahead (which is [...]
Get ready for a complete month of fun with H D Moore’s Month of Browser Bugs. Quoting from Browser Fun blog: This blog will serve as a dumping ground for browser-based security research and vulnerability disclosure. To kick off this blog, we are announcing the Month of Browser Bugs (MoBB), where we will publish a [...]
An interesting find made by John Hackenger surfaced today. For those of you familiar with MySpace, you’ll know that it uses ‘Bulletins’ to send a single message to multiple friends in your list. Because the message is sent only to the people you have authorized to be on your list, sometimes you get a feel [...]
No, it wasn’t Microsoft.com, still, a very cool hack. Microsoft France suffered an attack by a Turkish group, going by the handle of TiTHacK. You can check TiTHacK ‘profile’ over at Zone-H. By the looks of things, he has been really busy today. At the time of this writing, the site still hasn’t been fixed. [...]
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 [...]
In my opinion, the best way to keep clean of spam is simple: The first rule is NEVER reply to spam, NEVER click the unsubscribe link and NEVER e-mail to the unsubscribe address. These are simply underhand tactics to get ‘active’ e-mail addresses. Some other tips to avoid getting spammed in the first place: 1) [...]
If you receive a e-Mail alert of a new patch for your Windows XP OS, think again before opening the link present on the message. The spammed emails, which purport to come from firstname.lastname@example.org, claim that a vulnerability has been found ‘in the Microsoft WinLogon Service’ and could ‘allow a hacker to gain access to [...]