Monthly Archives: November 2010

Two New HTTP POST Attack Tools Released

During 2010 OWASP Application Security Conference at Washington, researchers demonstrated how it is possible to conduct a new form of distributed denial of service “that floods the web server with a slow HTTP traffic. Currently there is two free utility

Microsoft PowerShell: Quicker and More Secure!

System administrators are faced with a lot of challenges and many different tasks, running across the company or from floor to another will not help in solving these tasks but it will make them more complicated. Now if your infrastructure

Secunia Was Owned or DNS/domain hijacked?

Today Morning Secunia website was out of service and the reason of this service disruption is a DNS-attack. Many users thought that the website was compromised by hackers but that was not the case, the attack was made on the

Client-Side Vulnerabilities Extra Protection

Today using online resources with a vulnerable system can make you exposed for new malwares and attacks, windows or any other operating system provides the daily automatic update for the OS component but not to all browser plugins and programs.

PoC For Windows 0day Publicly Released!

One month ago vulnerability has been identified in Microsoft Windows, which could be exploited by local attackers to take complete control of a vulnerable system. This bug caused by an access validation error in the Task Scheduler service that fails

Venafi Maps & Manage your Growing Encryption

Any kind of Information that is transmitted on a corporate network and Internet can be easily intercepted by a malicious user or interested third party person. Many modern algorithms that have been considered as a standard after sometime we find

OpenSSL New Buffer Overrun Attack

OpenSSL core team informed about a new vulnerability in OpenSSL based TLS server. Users of all OpenSSL 0.9.8 are invited to upgrade immediately to OpenSSL 0.9.8p, in which the bug has been fixed. And Users of OpenSSL 1.0.0 and 1.0.0a