Posts Tagged ‘Tech Hacking’

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Stealing Sensitive Data From Android Devices

Android is now widely used all over the world, this is due to possibility for installing free applications and not expensive device prices, but on the other hand there are a lot of vulnerabilities that are discovered on a daily bases. Some of these vulnerabilities are fixed but others are still working. There are an [...]

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RawCap Tiny Sniffer For Windows

RawCap, a free raw sockets sniffer for Windows , main features include: Can sniff any interface that has got an IP address, including 127.0.0.1 (localhost/loopback) RawCap.exe is just 17 kB No external libraries or DLL’s needed No installation required, just download RawCap.exe and sniff Can sniff most interface types, including WiFi and PPP interfaces Minimal [...]

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Hacking Exposed VoIP/SIP

VoIP systems becoming increasingly popular, attracted people are not only legitimate users that are looking to use it in their business but those who would like to make free calls at other people’s expense. SIP devices are often attacked, with the intent of finding the username/password of accounts on that device. VoIP attacks are found [...]

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WPA2 Might Be Spoofed!

WPA2 (Wireless Protected Access ver. 2.0) – is the second version of a set of algorithms and protocols that protect data in wireless networks. As expected, WPA2 should significantly increase the security of wireless networks Wi-Fi compared with previous technologies. The standard provides the mandatory use of more powerful encryption algorithm AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) [...]

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McAfee Announces Major Initiative to Fight Cybercrime

Security software company McAfee has published yesterday a Multipoint Strategy to Fight Cybercrime. This announcement comes to reduce the National critical infrastructure Risks and have been launched one year ago with a focus on a three key areas Legal Frameworks and Law Enforcement, Education and Awareness, Technology and Innovation. McAfee has emphasize that Energy, Telecommunication [...]

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SecurityTubeCon: first online Hacker Conference

SecurityTubeCon is the name of the first online hacker conference, this event will be held on the 6th, 7th and 8th November and aims to provide researchers a way to share and exchange their thoughts online regardless of their physical location. Procedure for Speakers selection is unusual because the organizers will not intend to approve [...]

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Q&A: Johnny Long – Professional hacker, Pirate, Ninja

The Tech Herald recently had the chance to talk with Johnny Long. If the name rings a bell, then you likely know of him from his books: Google Hacking for Penetration Testers, No Tech Hacking, or various others. Long talks with us about his life, career, and his passion to help people. However, if you [...]

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