Satellite Feed Hacking – Your Data Isn’t Private!

Hardware hacking is an interesting area and something not too many people get into as the soldering irons, capacitors and chipsets seem daunting. I did have a play around with cable boxes and satellite feeds in my earlier years and was surprised to find how insecure they were. Most traffic is transmitted unencrypted, the stuff […]

Topic: Hardware Hacking, Legal Issues, Privacy

Fast-Track 4.0 – Automated Penetration Testing Suite

The latest big buzz is Fast-Track released recently at ShmooCon by Securestate, basically Fast-Track is an automated penetration suite for penetration testers. For those of you new to Fast-Track, Fast-Track is a python based open-source project aimed at helping Penetration Testers in an effort to identify, exploit, and further penetrate a network. Fast-Track was originally […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Hacking News, Hacking Tools

NSA Together With Mitre CWE and SANS Identifies Top 25 Programming Errors

Secure programming is a huge issue and it’s the lack of it that causes all the problems we have with vulnerabilities and the exploits associated with them. If everywhere developers followed secure programming practices we wouldn’t have buffer overflow issues or unsanitized parameters leading to SQL Injection. The NSA (National Security Agency), working with MITRE, […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Secure Coding

BackTrack BETA 4 Released for Public Download

The Remote Exploit Development Team is happy to announce the release of BackTrack 4 Beta. In this latest version of BackTrack 4 there have been some conceptual changed and some new and exciting features. The most significant of these changes is the expansion from the realm of a Pentesting LiveCD towards a full blown “Distribution”. […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Linux Hacking, Networking Hacking