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Tagged With / 'Mobile'

August 17, 2011


Mobile Digital Forensics Cover Your ASSets (CYA)

Contrary to what we wish, mobile digital forensics is made easy because we as individual like to think that no one is ease dropping, shoulder surfing, watching us type in our passwords, taking out our SIM card and copying it while we are with the boss/in the bathroom/heating up lunch, etc. This article goal is […]

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August 17, 2011

Hakin9 Extra 3/2011 - Forensics

Hakin9 Extra 3/2011 – Forensics

Basic Forensics Analysis by Marc-Andre Meloche Digital Forensics is mostly like the movies, the main aspect is to gather evidence or digital footprints which will help you understand any digital crimes that might have occurred inside your organization. This is used in most cases related to computer crimes. New crime vectors are now implicating the […]

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August 16, 2011

Enterprise IT Security Magazine 2/2011

Enterprise IT Security Magazine 2/2011

Take Pain Out of The Value Chain by Simon Walker Hardening a Network Router by Dave Naples Networking Reconnaissance – Probing & Scanning by Dhananjay Garg Is Scanning of Computer Networks Dangerous? by Anton Keks Network Infrastructure Parser – Nipper – An Introduction by Rebecca Wynn PCI Audit – The Road To Compliance by Ben […]

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August 16, 2011

Online Banking Security Magazine 1/2011

Online Banking Security Magazine 1/2011

The Compleat Angler – a Phishing Primer David Harley Attacks, Securing and Impacts on Mobile & Internet Banking Vivek P. Nair The Real Cost of Poor Security Menagement httP://www.qUAntAiniA.com/ Security Bridge in DTMF Amitay Dan Next Generation Mobile Banking Attevo A Close Look at The Most Evolved Security Threat to The Online Banking Hongsun Kim […]

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July 7, 2011


CEHv7 Monthly – Practical Study Guide: Reconnaissance 101 Part 2

By: Wayne Burke, Master EC-Council Trainer and CAST Author for Digital Mobile Forensics Welcome back to the monthly CAST Tutorial Series. Last month we looked the foundation of Information gathering also known as reconnaissance, and as promised we will start this first in the 3 part series of Wi-Fi hacking and cracking. We will start […]

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July 1, 2011


An overview of Web Application Security Issues

Web application security is very much in its infancy – some security experts believe this is going to be a major emerging area of technology. Nowadays web apps are more complex and are based on a client-server architecture. This architecture is evolving and we see web apps such as Google Apps acting as a word […]

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July 1, 2011

Web App Security

Web App Security 7/2011

Latest News From the IT Security World By Armando Romeo, eLearnSecurity and ID Theft Protect Mummies still walk among us! By Ali Al-Shemery Imagine all the great sources of information on the Internet today such as: news groups, blogs, websites and forums, and you still see networks, and websites being hacked and torn down using […]

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June 6, 2011

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CEHv7 Monthly – Practical Study Guide: Reconnaissance 101

By: Wayne Burke, Master EC-Council Trainer and CAST Author for Digital Mobile Forensics Welcome to the monthly Hakin9 CAST Tutorial Series. Last month we looked at installing Metasploit and SET on your Apple iDevice. This month we will begin to dive into the CEH exam objectives for the newly released CEHv7 exam, and more specifically […]

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June 2, 2011

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Wireless ad hoc Network and its Vulnerabilities

A mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) is a self configuring infrastructure-less network, consisting of mobile devices, connected via wireless links. Each device in MANET can move independently from others in any direction, and therefore change its links very frequently. Each device on MANET must forward data unrelated to its own use and therefore serve not just […]

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June 1, 2011

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Insceure Acces Control

Insecure Access Control 06/2011

Latest News From the IT Security World by Armando Romeo, eLearnSecurity ID Theft Protect A Hole in Your Access Control! by Ali Al-Shemery A couple of days ago I was called out to a do a security audit on a company’s internal network security and its access control. The audit was asked to be done […]

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May 11, 2011

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Installing Metasploit and SET (Social-Engineer Toolkit) on your Apple iDevice

By: Wayne Burke, Master EC-Council Trainer and CAST Author for Digital Mobile Forensics Welcome to the monthly CAST Tutorial Series. We will kick this first tutorial off with installing Metasploit and SET on your Apple iDevice, two very powerful open source Hacking tools that every Security Professional loves. The sheer growth and popularity of iPads, […]

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April 1, 2011

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Mobile Security - Hakin9 04/2011

Mobile Security – Hakin9 04/2011

Passware Forensic Kit 10.3 – reviewMICHAEL MUNT SpyShelter Application – reviewDAVID KNIFE How to use NetcatMOHSEN MOSTAFA JOKARNetcat 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 […]

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