Tag Archive | "p2p"


30 October 2009 | 17,842 views

Illegal File Sharers To Be Cut Off By 2011

It was 2008 when the UK government originally proposed disconnecting pirates from the Internet, then a few months later Australia followed suit. The latest is that it’s really going to be legislated and will come into force by April 2010 under the Digital Economy Bill. I’ve noticed this trend picking up lately, a few companies [...]

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09 October 2009 | 30,175 views

Nat Probe – NAT Detection Tool

This little, but very useful program, try to sends ICMP packet out the LAN, and detect all the host that allow it. Whit this you can find bugs in your (company?) network ( or others), for example hosts that allow p2p connections. Explanation When we use a Gateway, we send the packets with IP destination [...]

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03 March 2008 | 6,477 views

New Sophisticated Botnets Discovered

It seems like botnets are getting more sophisticated – we thought the Storm Worm was pretty hot, but some of these new contenders are showing the guys on the dark side has some advanced understanding of technology and the architecture many companies use…this enables them to get deeper inside and remain undetected Researchers have unearthed [...]

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28 February 2008 | 10,694 views

Teenage Bot Herder Admits to Infecting Military Computers

Hacking for money again? Well not really in this case, more like script kiddying for money – modifying an ‘off the shelf’ malware/bot package to evade detection and then cashing in on spamware affiliate fees. I guess they could have made much with a 400,000 bot network – by renting it out for DDoS attacks [...]

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19 November 2007 | 14,875 views

The World’s Biggest Botnets – Peer to Peer

So what’s coming next, after Storm you might ask. You might remember Storm Worm Descending on Blogspot recently and other news about Botnets spiraling out of control accounting for almost 25% of online computers. Well apparently next will be p2p or peer to peer Botnets which could literally blow Storm away. You know about the [...]

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05 November 2007 | 4,555 views

MPAA Hacker Robert Anderson Revealed

This story reads like something from one of those glamourised Hollywood ‘hacker’ movies like Swordfish or Antitrust. The legendary MPAA hacker has been revealed, and it looks like he himself got social engineered and dumped…he should have realised when you are playing with unscrupulous people you are setting yourself up to get screwed. Promises of [...]

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03 June 2006 | 5,814 views

The MPAA TorrentSpy Hacker – $15,000!

Ah the big boys can’t get in legitimately, so they are starting to use underhand tactics eh? A lawsuit filed Wednesday accuses the Motion Picture Association of America of hiring a hacker to steal information from a company that the MPAA has accused of helping copyright violators. The lawsuit (click for PDF), filed in U.S. [...]

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