Monthly Archives: September 2013

The 5 Best Open-Source Tools for Programmers

Open source is definitely hot in 2013, and it looks like it will grow even faster in 2014. As more companies start to incorporate open-source technologies into their business operations, more job opportunities should open up as well. In fact,

Watcher Web passive vulnerability scanner

Web applications are one of the most targeted systems as they are directly exposed to internet. There is no web server without serious vulnerabilities, it is enough that you open exploit DB where you will find how it is simple

Helpful Tips to Cure your PC from Malware

Malicious ware (a.k.a malware) For someone who have used computer for a long time, it is impossible not to experience a virus attack in between that period. Similar to other viruses, computer viruses has a way of spreading throughout the

PE-bear Portable Executable reversing tool

PE-bear is a project that can be used for reversing malwares, the tool provides a very useful interface to compare two portable executable files and see the difference. Some of the features are: views multiple files in parallel recognizes known

Breaking Bad Used for Scams

Social network is one of the sources that cyber-criminal use to promote their links.  Symantec has reported a new spamming campaign where attackers are using twitter for some marketing purposes. The attackers are not directly posting the suspicious link on

Checking Credit Card Numbers with PowerShell

During penetration testing you need to verify that there are no credit card numbers or card verification code (CVV) are stored in databases, file systems  or transmitted in network traffic. While if you have some digits and the hash of

Fake WhatsApp Emails Used to Spread Mobile Malware

New spamming campaign has been observed by TrendMicro that is targeting WhatsApp users. The spam is very similar to notifications been sent by WhatsApp that include link to the voice email recorded in case that some one wanted to leave