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Basic Articles on Hacking for Beginners – Free Download

Full version of the issue with 18 complete articles can be found here . EXPLOITING SOFTWARE A Quick Reference To Metasploit Framework By Abhinav Singh, the author of “Metasploit penetration testing cookbook,” a contributor of SecurityXploded community Metasploit is currently…

Fake Verizon email with malicious ZIP in circulation

Microsoft is warning users about a fake Verizon notification which is carrying a Trojan. The email appears to come from Verizon and attempts to make the customer feel a sense of urgency by claiming it contains crucial account information from…

Brazilian banking Trojan disguised as Microsoft anti-virus software

A Trojan (identified as Trojan-Downloader.Win32.VB.aoff) is targeting Windows-based systems by removing built-in AV software and clearing a path for cybercriminals to silently steal online banking credentials. The Trojan affects ‘ntldr’ the default boot loader in Windows.The Trojan is propagating as…

Critical TCP/IP flaw fixed in November Patch Tuesday release

Microsoft released their November Patch Tuesday on the 8th November which also included a critical TCP/IP fix. The TCP/IP component affects Windows 7, Server 2008 and Vista. Microsoft said an attacker could use a specially crafted UDP data packet to…

Win32k TrueType font-parsing engine vulnerability

Microsoft issued an advisory this week on the TrueType font-parsing vulnerability. The flaw affects every supported version of Windows including Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. The vulnerability was found to spread the Duqu malware, which is derived from the…

Hacking Data

Hacking Data 11/11

Latest News From IT Security World By Schuyler Dorsey, eLearnSecurity i ID Theft Protect As usual specialists from companies eLearn Security and ID Theft protect will share with us latest news from IT security world. Read it to up-date yourself….

Microsoft fix 23 vulnerabilities for “Patch Tuesday”

Microsoft have released their “Patch Tuesday” update for October 11th which includes a critical flaw that could give attackers the ability to remotely spread a virus through compromised Internet Explorer and Windows users. The security update will contain eight security…

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Exploiting Software 1/2011

CONTENT: Cracking Java Applications Using AOP exploits (part 1) By Daniel Drozdzewski Aspect Oriented Programming is a paradigm that aims to modularise software further by the separation of crosscutting concerns. Daniel will show us the basics of AOP and a…