Monthly Archives: February 2013

Cookie Cadger – Tool for auditing non encrypted Web Traffic

Wireless networks are widely used in public places such as airports, coffee shops or hotels. having access to network will allow attackers listening to some sensitive information. Many users still share private and personal information through Web services which emphasize

DiskCryptor – Data Encryption Software

Risks and possible ways for data leakage are increasing , this makes having special tools for encrypting your information is important, one of the open source tools for encrypting disk partitions is DiskCryptor. this tool prevents penetration of keys and

5 Ways Event Log Management Makes You More Secure

While there are a ton of great reasons for you to implement event log monitoring in your environment, you really want to take a look at the security benefits event log management can offer you and your systems. Your logs

Tweet your way to a VIP ticket to HITBSecConf2013

Hack In The Box, organisers of the international series of deep-knowledge security conferences, today announces the launch of the #HITB1337Giveaway – a Twitter-based competition that will see one lucky winner not only walk away with a VIP ticket to the

Microsoft Plans to fix 57 security bug

Microsoft has issued an advanced notification to fix several security vulnerabilities in windows operating system, Internet explorer web-browser, Office and the .NET framework. The Security bulletins for this month patch Tuesday are intended to eliminate 57 vulnerabilities in Microsoft products.

libcurl vulnerable to buffer overflow

    Volema company have discovered a buffer overflow vulnerability in libcurl library for POP3 and SMTP protocol handler version 7.26.0, researcher published the exploit for the remote code execution. the bug exist when negotiating SASL DIGEST-MD5 authentication, the function

31,98% of Computers worldwide Infected

Security Software Company PandaLabs have published a new report with statistics of malwares distributed on personal computers in 2012. According to this report 27 million new malware sample are observed during this year with average of 74,000 new malware daily.