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Week 3 In Review – 2017


Acunetix Free Manual Pen Testing Tools –
Acunetix Manual Tools allow penetration testers to further automated testing.

waveconverter –
Factoria Labs 2016 WaveConverter is a Python application, built on GTK+ 3. The GUI has been implemented via Glade. A sqlite database has been implemented via sqlalchemy.


Cracking The 12+ Character Password Barrier, Literally – […]

Week 2 In Review – 2017


Invoke-TheHash –
Invoke-TheHash contains PowerShell functions for performing NTLMv2 pass the hash WMI and SMB command execution. WMI and SMB services are accessed through .NET TCPClient connections. Local administrator privilege is not required client-side.

FiercePhish –
FiercePhish is a full-fledged phishing framework to manage all phishing engagements. It allows you to track separate phishing […]

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Week 1 In Review – 2017


33C3: Chris Gerlinsky Cracks Pay TV –
People who have incredible competence in a wide range of fields are rare, and it can appear deceptively simple when they present their work. ’s talk on breaking the encryption used on satellite and cable pay TV set-top boxes was like that.


mitmproxy: release v1.0.0 – The Christmas […]

Week 50 In Review – 2016

Events Related

PhreakNIC20-2016 –


GRASSMARLIN provides IP network situational awareness of industrial control systems (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks to support network security.


Secure Rom extraction on iPhone 6s –
Secure ROM, also knows as bootrom, is the very first piece of software that a CPU will run […]

Week 49 In Review – 2016

Events Related

BSidesLV –
Recordings of Security BSides Las Vegas sessions, selected sessions of sister conferences and other Information Security related educational materials.

BotConf 2016
This is already the fourth edition of the Botconf security conference, fully dedicated to fighting malware and botnets. Since the first edition, the event location changed every year and it allowed me to visit […]

Week 48 In Review – 2016

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Kiwicon X –


Curl Security Audit –
I asked for, and we were granted a security audit of curl from the Mozilla Secure Open Source program a while ago. This was done by Mozilla getting a 3rd party company involved to do the job and footing the bill for it.

CVE-2016-7098 –
“GNU Wget is a […]

Week 47 In Review – 2016

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BSides DC 2016 – Opening –
Alex Norman does what Alex Norman does best. Open the con. Inspirational, motivational and most importantly… short.

AppSecUSA 2016 –
Recordings from AppSecUSA 2016 in Washington, DC

Highlights from the O’Reilly Security Conference in Amsterdam 2016 –
Watch highlights covering security, defense, tools, and more. From the […]

Week 44 In Review – 2016

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Charlie Miller Keynote, Automotive Security: A Hacker’s Eye View –
The security of today’s vehicles involves many moving parts, but while manufactures take a majority of the blame, multiple parties contribute to the security debt in today’s vehicle ecosystem. This keynote takes a deep dive into automotive security, current attacks and vulnerabilities, and […]

Week 43 In Review – 2016

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I’m back to Luxembourg for a new edition of In fact, I arrived yesterday afternoon to attend the MISP summit. It was a good opportunity to meet MISP users and to get fresh news about the project. 2016 Wrap-Up Day #1 – 2016 Wrap-Up Day #2 – 2016 Wrap-Up […]

Week 41 In Review – 2016

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GrrCON 2016 Videos –
These are the videos of the presentations from GrrCON 2016.

Videos from the DHS Cyber Security Division (CSD) workshop earlier this year –
Here are a couple of links to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cyber Security Division (CSD) showcase earlier this year. They did a great job of […]