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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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UK Government To Launch ‘Hack Idol’

Now this should be interesting, perhaps they should turn it into a hacking based reality TV show? From the description though it looks more centered around defense than offense and perhaps should be called ‘System Administrator Idol’. Not quite so catchy though is it. Well at least they doing something to try and nurture talent […]

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IKECrack – IKE/IPSec Authentication Cracking Tool

IKECrack is an open source IKE/IPSec authentication crack tool. This tool is designed to bruteforce or dictionary attack the key/password used with Pre-Shared-Key [PSK] IKE authentication. The open source version of this tool is to demonstrate proof-of-concept, and will work with RFC 2409 based aggressive mode PSK authentication. IKE Agressive Mode BruteForce Summary Aggressive Mode […]

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Stoned Bootkit – Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 7 MBR Rootkit

What is Stoned Bootkit? A bootkit is a boot virus that is able to hook and patch Windows to get load into the Windows kernel, and thus getting unrestricted access to the entire computer. It is even able to bypass full volume encryption, because the master boot record (where Stoned is stored) is not encrypted. […]

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Twitter & Facebook Taken Offline By DDoS Attacks

Both Facebook and Twitter were hit with pretty severe DDoS attacks rendering them useless and unavailable to the majority of users. The thing is it seems like it wasn’t a traditional network based botnet style DDoS attack, but a ‘joejob‘ attack where spam is sent out containing a link and the users clicking on the […]

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