How to use Netcat MOHSEN MOSTAFA JOKAR Netcat is a network utillity for reading and writing network connections that support TCP and UDP protocol. Netcat is a Trojan that opens TCP or UDP ports on a target system and hackers use it with telnet to gain shell access to the target system.
Security – Objectives, Process and Tips RAHUL KUMAR GUPTA In a world where business is moving towards e-commerce and happening over the Internet, B2B, B2C, and C2C applications have always been an area of major security concern due to the pitfalls of HTTP security and the number of integration points.
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Smartphones Security and Privacy REBECCA WYNN All the threats that attack your enterprise computer centers and personal computer systems are quickly encompassing mobile devices.
Defending Cell Phones and PDA’s GARY S. MILIEFSKY, FMDHS, CISSP® We’re at the very early stages of Cell Phone and PDA exploitation through ‘trusted’ application downloads, Bluetooth attacks and social engineering. With so many corporations allowing these devices on their networks or not knowing how to block their gaining access to corporate and government network resources, it’s a very high risk situation.
Mobile Malware Trends and Analysis JULIAN EVANS Over the past few years there has been much speculation about when mobile malware will start to proliferate, but as yet it doesn’t appear to have happened. Over the past 12 months though there has been some interesting developments concerning mobile malware. This feature will look at some of these and also highlight some of the mobile trends. Firstly let us look at the mobile malware life cycle.
Why are Zero-Days Such a Big Deal? MATTHEW JONKMAN Sounds like a stupid question at first. They’re a big deal because they’re vulnerabilities, and vulnerabilities are bad. Right? So why do we freak out about zero-days?
Death Knell Sounds For Traditional Tokens Andrew Kemshall There is an often used phrase that the stars have aligned but, in 2011, it is the technology that has come together to hammer the final nail into the physical tokens’ coffin. The cynical among you would argue that this statement has been made before and yes, I concede that tokens have survived and are still prevalent, so, why is this year different? Let’s examine the evidence.