Posts Tagged ‘WikiLeaks’

Wikileaks and Anonymous release “global intelligence files” Part one

Today, Monday 27 February, Anonymous have started in a new union with wikileaks planning to publish “The global intelligence files”. Those files are belonging to global intelligence company Stratfor and containing a lot of confidential information. More than five million emails are going to be released publically that are sent by special agents from all [...]

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2011 Top 10 Wine Posts

As we are getting to the end of the year, here you can find the top 10 most attractive articles posted on SecTechno, this come in term of readership, information and adding value to the infosec community: 1- Hacking Exposed VoIP/SIP The first article is about VoIP hacking, many of us are using VoIP systems [...]

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Preventing Layer 7 DDoS Attack

WikiLeaks, th3j35t3r, LOIC are words that have been well known in the last period by the infosec community. These words get me directly thinking about the Application‐level DDoS attacks on websites such as Twitter, VISA, and MasterCard. Usually the attack involves large number for HTTP/HTTPS requests to specific sections of the website that could potentially [...]

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WikiLeaks: An experiment in failures?

By Rick Lawhorn CISSP, CISA, CHP, CHSS After the recent announcements concerning WikiLeaks, I began to question the whistleblower website on its motives and the perceived value of disclosure. In fits of brief clarity I find myself, like many others, asking if this latest disclosure was a failure in information security or simply visible failures [...]

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