Monthly Archives: July 2009

Nmap 5 Released!

Insecure.Org announced the release of Nmap Security Scanner version 5.00. This is the first stable release from the 4.76 version last September and the first major update from 4.50 in 2007. the complete list of changes can be found here:

Protect your Holiday! (part 3)

The idea of working with a wireless network is always risky unless you make sure of the WLAN security, as we talked in the last post of protect your holiday we will add some tools that can helps in pentesting

Protect your Holiday! (part 2)

In this add we will go deeper in the WLAN pentesting. Not to test the performance of the Access points but to check the type of encryption and the level of encryption for this wireless network. I picked Kismet for

Protect your Holiday!

Now a day we can find Wireless network everywhere in the airport, hotels, coffee shops and neighbors. But if we search on these networks we rarely find secure ones that respect security issues for users, staff and also for home

Majority of IT businesses see security breaches

The number of security breaches seen by companies during the last 12 months has risen, a new survey has shown. A study by the PGP Corporation showed that 70 per cent of IT businesses have been affected by at least

Goodbye Milw0rm!

I know this may seem like a lot to do, but let’s face it, milw0rm.com, has ceased to operate. ‘str0ke’ explained on his short add that this is simply due to a lack of time nothing else without a real

Idenifying the real ip address of a hidden Hacker

I want in this post to discuss some issues concerning proxy uses by hackers and how to address these issues, Many hackers used to hide themselves behind proxies in order to not give IDS’s WAF’s and firewalls the opportunity to