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July 10, 2013

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13 Steps To Develop Your Own Hacking Tool With Hakin9′s Tutorials

Dear Readers, Welcome to the next edition of Hakin9. In this issue we focus on Offensive Programming. Many of you probably wonder how to define this popular term. Honestly, it is as broad as the topics of the articles put together in this issue. Their content should be an accurate answer to such wondering. So […]

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July 2, 2013

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Learn Software Exploitation Techniques Step-by-step And Become A Hacker – A Beginners’ Guide to Software Exploitation

Dear readers, We are happy to present you with the third edition of Starter-Kit Project. We continue supplying you with the articles on the basics of hacking and exploiting. Although we realeased StarterKit Compendium (can be found here: https://hakin9.org/ exploiting-for-beginners-exploiting-software-compendium/) only two weeks ago, we decided to go on with the topic and provide you […]

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June 19, 2013

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Exploiting for Beginners – Exploiting Software Compendium

Dear Readers, We are happy to supply you with second publication devoted to those of you who want to learn some basic hacking skills. Let us present Hakin9 StarterKit – Exploiting Software Compendium. This publication encloses basic articles on exploiting software that were published in our magazine this and last year. The articles address various […]

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April 19, 2013

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Hacking for Beginners – 18 Articles on the Basics of Hacking and Exploiting

Dear Readers, I am happy to present you with this very first issue of our new project – Hakin9 Starter Kit. This issue will address various topics connected with IT Security. Although the line is mainly devoted to those of you who would like to start they journey with hacking, we strongly believe that each […]

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December 7, 2011

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Hakin9 Mobile 1/11 (1)

Android Insecurities by Joey Peloquin The article will begin with a focus on what the author calls Offensive Mobile Forensics, an analysis technique that mimics the approach an attacker would take in the event they acquired a lost or stolen device. Readers will notice some stark differences between iOS and Android analysis. Next, the author […]

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November 10, 2011


Adobe release critical ShockWave security update

Critical vulnerabilities have been identified in Adobe Shockwave Player 11.6.1.629 and earlier versions on the Windows and Macintosh operating systems. These vulnerabilities could allow an attacker, who successfully exploits these vulnerabilities, to run malicious code on the affected system. Adobe recommends users of Adobe Shockwave Player 11.6.1.629 and earlier versions update to Adobe Shockwave Player 11.6.3.633.Comments

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October 24, 2011

Exploiting Software 02/11 - Exploit Format Strings with Python

Exploiting Software 02/11 Exploit format Strings with Python

Cracking Java Applications Using AOP Exploits (part 2) By Daniel Drozdzewski AOP has been used in the domain of Software Security before. Its use was mainly for validation, auditing and authorization purposes, which in turn improve software security as a whole. Those crosscutting concerns are being woven into the existing software after the fully functional […]

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September 23, 2011

Exploting Software

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 simple, yet powerful idea behind the exploit. Smashing the Stack By Mariano Graxziano and Marco […]

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September 7, 2011


Dutch CA DigiNotar banished by Chrome and Firefox – IE up next?

The Dutch CA (DigiNotar) which had its network breached six days ago, in which 200 plus SSL certificates for more than 20 domains were stolen and used in the wild, has been banished into the abyss by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. It appears DigiNotar hasn’t been very open when it came to the SSL […]

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September 7, 2011


MSN (hotmail) track browsing habits

MSN has been tracking users’ browsing habits for some time now. It didn’t matter whether a user deleted their cookies, the MSN cookies were still remaining on the system. These “supercookies” were capable of re-creating users’ cookies after people deleted the regular cookies – evercookies anyone? Read Julian’s blog post about the evercookie threat and how […]

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August 23, 2011

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Security Patch Management

Security Patch Management By Felicia Nicastro April  2011 Publisher: CRC Press http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439824993   50% DISCOUNT for Hakin9 SUBSCRIBERS!!! To save 50% enter given below discount code, during checkout at www.crcpress.com. Although the patch management process is neither exceedingly technical nor extremely complicated, it is still perceived as a complex issue that’s often left to the […]

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July 2, 2011

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Review of Web Application Obfuscation

Review of Web Application Obfuscation By Aby Rao, MS, CISSP, Security+, ITIL-F, ISO/IEC 20000, Project+ Principal, Verve Security (http://www.vervesecurity.com) www.syngress.com   Obfuscation – the act or an instance of making something obscure, dark, or difficult to understand It’s quite uncommon for a technical book to have such a “heavy” word in its title. Please don’t […]

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