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Hackers Get Hold Of Wildcard Google SSL Certificate – Could Hijack Gmail Accounts

One of the big discussions points this week is about a wildcard cert for Google that has leaked out from a Dutch company called DigiNotar. The certificate is good for all Google domains – it’s a *.google.com cert. This is bad news and apparently has been in the wild for a while, some people are […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Legal Issues, Privacy

Retarded E-mails – Carding, Coins, Bombs & More!

Ah it’s that time of the year again when all the back to skoolers have some mad l33t knowledge and wanna h4x0r the planet or something. Hmmm website hacking, sounds simple eh? thriller wrote: hai i would like to know website hacking how?……… sedn to my mail Ok I’m following up up to the exploding […]

Topic: Retards

Google Fixes Serious Vulnerability in Gmail

Google started the new year by fixing a serious vulnerability in Gmail. This was quite an interesting case and once again (as everything relating to web apps seems to be nowdays) it was an XSS flaw that allowed malicious attackers to steal your contact list, leading to some pretty bad information leakage. Google has fixed […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Web Hacking

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