Norton Antivirus Funny Bug

the following exploits (if we can call it this way) was published on securityfocus bugtraq mailinglist… it is entirely reproduced in the following lines: Norton Internet monitoring tools issues Versions Affected : * Fix : No What im writing about is how to stop the internet of some user that is using the norton tools […]

Topic: Hacking News
Darknet RSS Spike

The RSS Tools That Diggers Use

Interesting to see which RSS aggregators and readers Digg users are using. As you can see after being ‘digged’ on Monday February 27th, the RSS subscriber base spiked from about 21 up to 182 at the highest point, after a day it receded back to around 150, and now it’s about 130. The biggest Agent […]

Topic: Site News
How Computers Work

How Computers Work – Free E-book

This is a tutorial web book. All 152 pages of the large paperback book with 96 diagrams are on 38 web pages here. Even if you know nothing about electronics, you have come to the right place. If you are wondering how microprocessors work, you have come to the right place. A microprocessor is a […]

Topic: Hardware Hacking

Should Social Engineering be a part of Penetration Testing?

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 […]

Topic: Social Engineering

Prostitutes want GTA (Grand Theft Auto) Banned

A little bit crazy eh? Sex workers cry foul, say game “accrues points to players for the depiction of rape and murder of prostitutes.” The Grand Theft Auto franchise is getting attacked from all angles. Joining the ranks of politicians, policemen, and attorneys in their crusade to see the game lifted from shelves are the […]

Topic: Hacking News

Who is Navaho Gunleg?

Following the recent post by backbone, I decided to post a short introduction as well. Background I am from The Netherlands, Europe — a country most people probably have heard about. Either because of the legendary HackTic-foundation that later started the ISP XS4ALL and otherwise undoubtably because of our liberal stance towards soft-drugs and prostitution. […]

Topic: Authors