INURLBR is a PHP based advanced search engine tool for security professionals, it supports 24 search engines and 6 deep web or special options. Very useful for the information gathering phase of a penetration test or vulnerability assessment. This tool functions in many ways enabling you to harness the power of what’s already indexed by […]
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So Facebook has launched ThreatExchange, a social network for information security intelligence and cyberthreat sharing, how apt. They have signed up some fairly heavyweight partners from the get go with Bitly, Dropbox, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter and Yahoo! being involved initially. With those kind of names, it’s a sure bet more people will jump on the […]
So it’s back to normal programming today, here’s a look back at 2014 (ups and down) and interesting happenings over the past 12 months – including tools and news stories. 2014 News Stories So Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general was a pretty hot topic in 2014, and the year started out with Yahoo! spreading malware […]
This is a pretty interesting story, and an interesting use (or mis-use) of cloud resources. We’ve covered similar stuff before like the case when Yahoo! was Spreading Bitcoin Mining Botnet Malware Via Ads, and then more recently when the Pirated ‘Watch Dogs’ Game Made A Bitcoin Mining Botnet. But this time it’s not malware based, […]
Pretty smart idea this one, we wrote about Yahoo! spreading Bitcoin mining malware back in January, but we haven’t really seen any of that type of activity since then. But this, this is a much better target audience – gamers with high powered GPUs! Especially as this is one of most hyped ‘next-gen’ games for […]
Introduction So the Internet has been exploding this week due to the Heartbleed Bug in OpenSSL which effects a LOT of servers and websites and is being hailed by some as the worst vulnerability in the history of the Internet thus far. The main info on the bug can be found at http://heartbleed.com/. In basic […]