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Iniqua.com – Blog Designed as a Meeting Place for Security Enthusiasts

Iniqua.com born time ago, a small blog designed as a meeting place for a group of security enthusiast. At that time we composed the Hacking team Telefonica R & D. Now only part of the blog contributors are in the group. Iniqua.com information related to security in different protocols like DNS and IPv6.  In addition to treating some interesting news, and analyze tools. In the “Lab” section we publish small tools developed by group…

Manipulating The Network with PacketFu

PacketFu is a mid level packet manipulation library written in Ruby. The purpose of PacketFu was to make it easier for people for crafting and manipulating network packets in Ruby. Author: KEITH LEE Source: Hakin9 2/2010 https://hakin9.org The PacketFu project was…

Simple DLP Verification Using Network Grep

Today, companies have to worry about espionage and battling internal threat of confidential information being stolen or leaked. Author: JOSHUA MORIN Source: Hakin9 6/2009 https://hakin9.org WHAT YOU WILL LEARN… An accessible method of checking any possibility of data loss using a ordinary tool…

Training – the Security Minefield

Learning something new is a wonderful thing. However, with all the security training on offer right now, how do you know what’s right for you ? Author: CHRIS RILEY Source: Hakin9 1/2009 https://hakin9.org Over the past few years, I’ve been slowly re-inventing my…

Simple WiFi Hacking with Eee Pc

In this article we’ll see a simple and efficient method to retrieve a WEP key from a wireless network. The interesting part is that we’ll obtain this key using an Eee Pc, the low cost netbook by Asus. After this…