Tmin is a simple utility meant to make it easy to narrow down complex test cases produced through fuzzing. It is closely related to another tool of this type, delta, but meant specifically for unknown, underspecified, or hard to parse data formats (without the need to tokenize and re-serialize data), and for easy integration with [...]
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Damn Vulnerable Linux (DVL) is a Linux-based (modified Damn Small Linux) tool for IT-Security & IT-Anti-Security and Attack & Defense. It was initiated for training tasks during university lessons by the IITAC (International Institute for Training, Assessment, and Certification) and SÂ²e – Secure Software Engineering in cooperation with the French Reverse Engineering Team. Damn Vulnerable [...]
SIFT has released a new Intelligence Report titled ‘A Web Services Security Testing Framework‘. The framework covers the entire web services security testing process incorporating detailed threat modelling, scoping and planning methodologies tailored specifically for web services applications. Web services are a widely touted technology that aim to provide tangible benefits to both business and [...]
Vulnerability Assessment and Operational Security Testing Methodology (VAOST) – version 0.2 released
Here is a newly released VA methodology, the author believes it to be more focused, and thus cost effective VA process. It may map to internal work, but it is probably more suited to external sites. It’s gone through a couple of revisions so it’s a bit more polished now. You can find the notes [...]
This is actually a very interesting debate. Just to introduce if you don’t know.. What is Penetration Testing A penetration test is a method of evaluating the security of a computer system or network by simulating an attack by a malicious cracker. The process involves an active analysis of the system for any weaknesses, technical [...]