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The Top 10 Most Common Passwords

A pretty interesting article that statistically measured the frequency of passwords by taking an aggregate sample of passwords (primarily from the UK). Here are listed the most commonly occurring from the sample. 10. ‘thomas’ (0.99%) First off, at number 10, is the most common format of passwords – the name. Thomas is a perennially popular […]

Topic: Hacking News

THC Releases Nokia Phone ROM Images

I have to agree with their sentiment, I’m all for open hardware standards. Even if you don’t open it, people will copy it anyway (See the mass of Cisco knock-offs in China for a fraction of the price with almost exactly the same functions and IOS) So why not open it, let us play with […]

Topic: Hardware Hacking, Telecomms Hacking

New Spyware Blackmails Users Into Purchasing Software

Ah this is almost like Ransomeware again, messing up your machine then extorting money from you. Make sure you educate your non tech savvy relatives about such threats, spyware, adware, trojans and worm type viruses. Education is THE most powerful defence against malware and computer security incidents. Some simple patching, a free Antivirus protection like […]

Topic: Malware

SyScan’06 – The Asian Hackers’ Conference

The Symposium on Security for Asia Network aims to be a very different security conference from the rest of the security conferences that the information security community in Asia has come to be so familiar and frustrated with. SyScan’06 intends to be a non-product, non-vendor biased security conference. It is the aspiration of SyScan’06 to […]

Topic: Events/Cons, Hacking News

Viruses & Malware Monitored on a Dynamic World Map

F-Secure has an interesting new dynamic world map displaying the various threats and viral hotspots around the world. Viruses and antivirus software is always a big issue, especially for corporates. Shows how things are heating up when it comes to viruses, malware, trojans and so on. They make some nice antivirus software too. Check it […]

Topic: Malware

MySpace Hackers in Police Custody

MySpace owned again..let’s quote them for a penetration test or vulnerability assessment haha. TWO New York teenagers are reportedly in police custody after allegedly threatening to give out the personal information of users of MySpace.com unless they are paid $US150,000 ($200,000). Associated Press reported Shaun Harrison, 18, and Saverio Mondelli, 19, of Suffolk County, face […]

Topic: Legal Issues, Web Hacking

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