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February 1, 2006


WS-DNS-BFX

WS-DNS-BFX extracts valid hosts from DNS servers that don’t allow zone transfers. Support IPv4, IPv6, Threads and extract multiple IPs in servers with NLB, HA, etc. Author: Daniel de Oliveira Silva Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 2/2006 Quick start. Everybody knows that the first step in an attack is to recognize the target, in the following sequence: list machines that […]

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January 1, 2006


Writing advanced Linux backdoors – packet sniffing

As people create new defences for backdoors, intruders are forced to innovate new techniques to keep pace with the rapidly progressing security industry. One of such techniques is packet sniffing backdoors. Let’s learn how they work by writing our own Proof-of-Concept tool. Author: Brandon Edwards Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 What you will learn… how the packet sniffing backdoor […]

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January 1, 2006


Cryptography for Mail and Data

Would you put confidential information on a postcard and send it to your friends, colleagues, or business partners? Well, no. But why would you put confidential information in an e-mail and send it around the world? Author: Lars Packschies Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 What you will learn… how you set up and use your keys Gnu PG, how […]

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January 1, 2006


Network Defense Applications using IP Sinkholes

A little-talked-about network security technique has proven one of the most effective means of defense against Denial-of-Service attacks and a successful means of threat data collection. In this article we will explore advanced network defense applications using stationary and event-driven IP sinkholes. Author: Victor Oppleman Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 What you will learn… you will learn how to […]

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January 1, 2006


Simple Event Correlator for real-time security log monitoring

Over the past decade, event correlation has become a prominent event processing technique in many domains (network and security management, intrusion detection, etc.). However, existing open-source log monitoring tools don’t support it well. In this paper, we will discuss how to employ SEC for monitoring and correlating events from security logs. Author: Risto Vaarandi Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 […]

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January 1, 2006


Rootkits under Windows platforms

What is the link between kernel hackers (in this article we will use the term kernel instead of the core of an Operating System), corporations having webmarketing businesses which develop spywares or adwares to profile websurfers and corporations like Sony (which uses a DRM system developed by First 4 Internet)? Author: Nzeka Gilbert Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 What […]

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January 1, 2006


GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner

GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner is a tool for scanning one or more computers connected to a network. Scan results include a security assessment and a list of vulnerabilities found. Author: Tomasz Nidecki Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 Quick start. Suppose you want to assess the security of a host on your network, perhaps a server. Install and run […]

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January 1, 2006


Intrusion Detection in the Wild

Network intrusion detection requires a suite of tools, including traditional, signature-based NIDS such as snort. In this article we examine how to use common tools together to provide multilayered protection in case one measure should fail, and to provide maximum information to a handler during incident response. Author: Carlos García Prado Source: https://hakin9.org Hakin9 1/2006 Quick start. Suppose […]

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