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Play v2.71 Games on your v1.5 PSP

For those who haven’t noticed yet, today booster made a milestone in PSP history. Enabling firmware 2.71 emulation in DevHook 0.44. Alot has been going on lately in the PSP scene and its great. With the release of the 2.5/.6 downgrader and full iso and game emulation in DevHook. Download here. Credit goes to booster […]

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Consultant Breached FBI’s Computers

Using standard script kiddy tools a consultant managed to compromise some of the FBI’s computers containing confidential information. Quite a hack eh? A government consultant, using computer programs easily found on the Internet, managed to crack the FBI’s classified computer system and gain the passwords of 38,000 employees, including that of FBI Director Robert S. […]

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Ticketcharge.com.my website hacked

Ticketcharge.com.my, a Malaysian website that sells event tickets online appears to have been hacked. Forgot to take a screenshot of it but this screenshot from google cache taken today can be seen below. This happened over the weekend or perhaps earlier. Google cache here . This will be gone when google re-cache the site again. […]

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Downgrade PSP v2.6 to v1.5 to play homebrew & ISO games

Dark_AleX has now shared Downgrader Test v0.5 For PSP 2.50/2.60 Firmware which, according to MANY users (including TGMG, LalaMan, Firey, and LAXitives), works 100% with PSP consoles that were upgraded to v2.50 or v2.60 Firmware. However, it will NOT work with TA-082 versions and it’s NOT recommended for users whose FACTORY/STOCK Firmware was 2.50 or […]

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SANS Gateway Asia 2006

Forgot to post this earlier. I received this email from SANS Institute sometime in April. They seem to be having two of their training sessions in singapore in August. Those who live in Asia or anywhere near the region and are interested can look it up. SANS Institute has one of the best trainers and […]

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UFO ‘Hacker’ Gary McKinnon Reveals What He Found

An interesting interview had been posted on Wired with Gary McKinnon about what he actually found whilst penetrating the US government networks. After allegedly hacking into NASA websites — where he says he found images of what looked like extraterrestrial spaceships — the 40-year-old Briton faces extradition to the United States from his North London […]

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Cross Site Scripting (XSS)

Cross Site Scripting, or know as XSS, is the most common basic web hacking technique… and harmless, as many would say… but on this matter I don’t really agree, that’s why I wrote this article. About XSS as I knew it is a very abstract definition for JavaScript injection, or at least this is what […]

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Money Lost Due to Cybercrime Down Again This Year!

It seems even though vendors are pushing their snakeoil harder than ever, the actual figures show that the money lost due to cybercrime has decreased every year for the last four years! Perhaps people are finally getting more secure, it’s not suprising with the advent of cheaper and easier to use intrusion detection and intrusion […]

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Graph Analysis of Credit Card Loss

I saw some interesting information recently on a mailing list. We took one sample of one carding/phishing forum that our Global Surveillance Center was monitoring and sampled the set into a graph that lists the top 10 banks and the losses over the last month. As you can see, it’s obvious who the top credit […]

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RFID & Biometrics Used At World Cup in Germany

RFID, biometrics, hi-tech police officers, yes it’s all going to be happening in Germany for the close approaching World Cup 2006. Not surprisingly, security is a top priority for the German government, even higher than its desire to see the national team walk off the pitch with the World Cup 2006 trophy. The list of […]

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