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Information Security Events in July

Here are the information security events in North America this month: ToorCamp 2009 - July 2–5 in Washington Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security 2009 – July 15-17 in California Black Hat USA 2009 – July 29-30 in Nevada DEFCON 17 – July 31-Aug 2 in Nevada And here are the information security events in [...]

July 1st, 2009|Security Conferences|0 Comments

Week 26 in Review – 2009

Events Related: Shakacon 2008 presentations are now online ATM presentation scheduled at Black Hat USA canceled Wired – ATM Vendor Halts Research’s Talk on Vulnerability SearchSecurity – Juniper pulls ATM hacking presentation from Black Hat

June 29th, 2009|Security Conferences|0 Comments

Week 25 in Review – 2009

Tools: BackTrack 4 pre-final released Official announcement from Offensive-Security BackTrack 4 Pre Final download link Vulns: HTTP Server DoS A technique to consume all the open HTTP sockets available and keep them open, to create a DoS like environment. But with less packets! Slowloris HTTP DoS – ha.ckers.org Apache HTTP DoS tool released – isc.sans.org [...]

June 22nd, 2009|Security Tools, Security Vulnerabilities, Vendor News|0 Comments

Week 24 in Review – 2009

Tools: CANVAS 6.47 Includes the VMware 6.5.0/6.5.1 workstation/player breakout “cloudburst” vulnerability Not free, but certainly should be in a penetration testers bag of goodies DVWA – Damn Vulnerable Web App A PHP/MySQL web application that is vulnerable to be used for learning the art of web application security. Author’s blog is ethicalhack3r.co.uk KeyKeriki Open source [...]

June 15th, 2009|Security Tools, Security Vulnerabilities|0 Comments

Information Security Events in June

Here are the information security events in North America this month: Techno Security Conference 2009 – May 31-June 3 in South Carolina Shakacon III – June 11-12 in Hawaii Sharkfest ‘09 – June 15-18 in California This seems like a slow month for events, but get some rest now as next month has a ton [...]

June 1st, 2009|Security Conferences|0 Comments

Week 21 in Review – 2009

Tools: Metasploit inside a word file – ithaven.blogspot.com Vulnerabilities: FFSpy – Firefox Malware PoC Debian OpenSSH 4.7 encryption flawed Flaw in encryption armor discovered – cnet.com Chink in encryption armor discovered – zdnet.com ntpd autokey stack buffer overflow – cert.org Other News: Adobe patch Tuesday approach Adobe Adopts Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday Approach – washingtonpost.com Adobe [...]

May 25th, 2009|Security Tools, Security Vulnerabilities, Vendor News|0 Comments

Week 20 in Review – 2009

Tools: nmap 4.85BETA9 – nmap.org Vulnerabilities: IIS 6.0 webdav authentication bypass Microsoft Security Advisory 971492 – microsoft.com Bypassing Remote WebDav Auth IIS 6.0 – g0thacked.wordpress.com Other News: Secret questions are too easily guessed Are Your "Secret Questions" Too Easily Answered? – technologyreview.com Study Shows "Secret Questions" Are Too Easily Guessed – slashdot.org Gumblar malware Gumblar [...]

May 18th, 2009|Security Tools, Security Vulnerabilities|0 Comments

Week 19 in Review – 2009

Tools: PSHToolkit offset fix for use on Windows XP SP3+latest patches – hexale.blogspot.com TrueCrypt 6.2 – truecrypt.org Moth – VMware image with various vulnerable applications – bonsai-sec.com Other News: UC Berkeley computers hacked – 97,000 SSNs and other info stolen – cnet.com Explosion of BlackBerry trading in Nigeria – darknet.org.uk

May 11th, 2009|Security Tools, Security Vulnerabilities|0 Comments

Week 18 in Review – 2009

Tools: Dranzer ActiveX Fuzzer Watcher – Passive web security analysis tool (fiddler plugin) Pangolin – Very nice SQL injection tool Network Monitor 3.3 – Microsoft’s wireshark equivalent CAIN 4.9.30 – Now with SSL MITM support Vulnerabilities: Oracle TNS listener 10.2.0.3 and 11.1.0 Other News: F-Secure malware course - noppa.tkk.fi Hijacking US military satellites for communication [...]

May 4th, 2009|Security Tools|0 Comments