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How to Hack an App Video Series

By Joey Muniz | On Thu, Mar 26th, 2015 - No Comments »
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In order to bring attention to how easy hackers are able to exploit applications, the people at Arxan Technologies have posted a series of videos showing how to hack mobile apps using various open source tools. You can find the videos HERE. Jonathan Carter does a pretty good job going into details on how the tools work with lots of details. Check it out. Here is a summary of the videos These. 

XSS Vulnerability in popular eCommerece WordPress Plugin

By Chris Dawson | On Tue, Mar 24th, 2015 - No Comments »
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  FortiGuard labs uncovered a zero-day vulnerability (that has been patched by the vendor) on a popular eCommerce WordPress plugin. The original post can be found here. Last week, FortiGuard Labs disclosed a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the most popular photo gallery plugin for WordPress. Today, they’re disclosing another XSS vulnerability, this time in the most popular. 

Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability Discovered In WordPress Photo Gallery Plugin

By Aamir Lakhani | On Fri, Mar 20th, 2015 - No Comments »
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Originally posted on the FortiGuard blog, which is the advanced threat research and labs division of Fortinet publicly disclosed a potentially widespread zero-day vulnerability. FortiGuard Labs disclosed a vulnerability today in the WordPress Photo Gallery plugin that could potentially be used to gather information from system administrators. With over 100,000 active installations and robust. 

This USB Drive Can Nuke A Computer

By Joey Muniz | On Tue, Mar 17th, 2015 - No Comments »
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My friend Joseph Muniz, The Security Blogger wrote an article around USB security. You may have heard the saying “don’t ever stick a unknown USB drive into your computer”. Here is a great example why this is good advice. Usually the fear is how malware can auto launch and compromise your computer. An example is the classic rubber ducky found HERE. Dark Purple at http://kukuruku.co/. 

Cobra Commander receives the key to the city of Springfield

By Aamir Lakhani | On Fri, Mar 13th, 2015 - Comments Off
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Ever since the Convention location this year was announced as Springfield, G.I. Joe fans everywhere grew wary of Cobra’s involvement in our beloved annual tradition. After all, Cobra and Springfield have been tightly linked for many years, and while which Springfield was “Cobra’s Springfield” has been in argument over the years, it certainly looks as though Illinois just might be. 

Open Whisper Systems releases free open source Secure Messaging and Voice app

By Aamir Lakhani | On Fri, Mar 13th, 2015 - 1 Comment
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I have been waiting for almost a year for Open Whisper systems to release an iOS Apple compatible application for secure messaging. This is free, it’s open source, its easy to use. Download it now. Android users should see the application being ported over to their platforms. In the meantime they can use RedPhone and TexeSecure to securely communicate. These apps should also be able. 

Updating Kali Linux – New version 1.10 released

By Aamir Lakhani | On Thu, Mar 12th, 2015 - 1 Comment
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Kali Linux has a ton of tools that are always being updated. Version 1.10. You do not have completely reinstall the operating system to update Kali. There command line tools that allow you update the tools and the entire distribution. Kali Linux – version 1.1.0 is the first point release of Kali Linux after two years since its debut. This release brings with it a mix of unprecedented. 

Installing and Troubleshooting Kali Linux On Raspberry Pi

By Aamir Lakhani | On Thu, Mar 12th, 2015 - Comments Off
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Joseph Muniz, aka The Security Blogger and I released a book on sing Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi. We often get asked about the installation process. The great members at Offensive Security and Kali.org have some of the best information around this. We went through the installation process a handful of times with different models to develop our best practices for the installation process. 

No More LOLs

By Aamir Lakhani | On Wed, Feb 25th, 2015 - Comments Off
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  The Internet is fragile. This summer, the world saw governments trying to shut down the Internet as thousands rallied for democracy in the Middle East. We also saw rioters use the Internet in the UK to coordinate attacks on the innocent. The San Francisco transit system, BART shut off Internet access in hopes to prevent nefarious hacker groups from disrupting the mass transit system. However,.