Week 17 in Review – 2010

Events Related:



  • FOCA v2.0.1 – informatica64.com
    FOCA 2 has a new algorithm which tries to discover as much info related to network infrastructure as possible.
  • Joedoc –  joedoc.org
    Joedoc is a novel automated runtime system for detecting exploits in applications running on end-user systems.
  • Bruter v1.0 – sourceforge.net/projects/worawita
    Bruter is a parallel network login brute-forcer on Win32. This tool is intended to demonstrate the importance of choosing strong passwords.
  • Nessus Parsing Tools v1.3.1 – westcoasthackers.net
    A set of tools to parsing the results of a report.
  • WhatWeb v0.4.2 – morningstarsecurity.com
    Identifying content management systems (CMS), blogging platforms, stats/analytics packages, javascript libraries, servers and more.
  • PDFiD v0.0.11 – didierstevens.com
    I release a new PDFiD version to detect (and disarm) the /Launch action.
  • Bluebear: Exploring Privacy Threats in BitTorrent – www-sop.inria.fr
    The goal of this project is to explore the severity of the privacy threats faced by BitTorrent users.
  • OpenDLP v0.1 – code.google.com/p/opendlp/
    OpenDLP is a free and open source, agent-based, centrally-managed, massively distributable data loss prevention tool released under the GPL.
  • DAVTest: Quickly Test & Exploit WebDAV Servers – sunera.com
    When facing off against a WebDAV enabled server during a penetration test, there are two main things to find out: can you upload files, and if so, can you upload executable files?
  • Mutillidae: A Deliberately Vulnerable Set Of PHP Scripts That Implement The OWASP Top 10 – irongeek.com
    What I’m attempting to do with Mutillidae is implement the OWASP Top 10 in PHP, and do it in such a way that it is easy to demonstrate common attacks to others.



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