December 02, 2011 Added by:Rafal Los
So what catches your attention? What conclusions can you draw here that may be insight into how we can improve the state of software security in the enterprise? My eye gets caught on "politics" and TOOLS in big bold letters... then UPHILL and APATHY. Dang, we're a cynical bunch aren't we...
November 22, 2011 Added by:Keith Mendoza
This is a question that I would like to pose to the open-source software community: Assuming that we can ignore the lawyers for a second, what amount of effort would you be willing to put to produce software that is free of defect from workmanship? How will you go about making sure?
November 22, 2011 Added by:Josh Shaul
When you measure the impact on share price, it’s not worth it to build secure software. Buyers are gobbling up the vulnerable stuff as quickly as they can get their hands on it, and the people who pay the price are those whose data is stolen and whose lives are turned upside down in the aftermath...
November 21, 2011 Added by:Emmett Jorgensen
There is software that can scan your network and check for these un-patched systems. The software can report back exactly which software updates are missing, and then use another tool to actually exploit those vulnerabilities. An attacker could take complete control of your computer...
November 10, 2011 Added by:Andrew Case
This tool recovers deleted entries within registry hives, then reports them in a CSV format similar to reglookup. This capability has fairly obvious applications in forensics investigations, and investigators should consider adding reglookup-recover usage to their forensics process...
November 09, 2011 Added by:Rafal Los
When we find a bug in software that has the potential for causing security-related issues, we want to convince the business to fix the issue, remediate the problem that we find. Only thing is, while we see it as a security vulnerability the business sees it as a critical feature...
November 02, 2011 Added by:Andrew Case
We are announcing the release of Registry Decoder 1.1, a free and open source tool. We are reaching out to practitioners and research groups (professional and academic) in an attempt to proliferate Registry Decoder. We would appreciate any plugins contributed from these communities...
October 28, 2011 Added by:Rafal Los
Threat modeling software is a delicate art, and often mis-understood enough to cause poor execution. It seems elementary that the best time to impact security in a positive way is during requirements gathering, yet many security professionals continue to ignore that opportunity...
October 24, 2011 Added by:Joel Langill
On October 20, Gleg released version 1.7 of the SCADA+ Exploit Pack for the Immunity Canvas framework, though this time around, I do not see a lot of unique value in the code updates. Modules of interest in this release represent the bulk of the ICS/SCADA vulnerabilities disclosed in September...
October 19, 2011 Added by:Alexander Rothacker
Oracle released its October Critical Patch Update with 57 vulnerabilities across multiple products. This low number of patches continues a trend where Oracle appears to be losing focus on database security, probably due to the many new products offerings and acquisitions...
October 18, 2011 Added by:Ben Rothke
The CERT Oracle Secure The CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java is an invaluable guide that provides the reader with the strong coding guidelines and practices in order to reduce coding vulnerabilities that can lead to Java and Oracle exploits...
October 15, 2011 Added by:Spencer McIntyre
EAPeak is a suite of open source tools to facilitate auditing of wireless networks that utilize the Extensible Authentication Protocol framework for authentication. It provides useful information relating to the security of these networks for PenTesters to use in searching for vulnerabilities...
October 10, 2011 Added by:Dan Dieterle
Let’s be honest with each other, what are the biggest problems with securing PC’s? Having an anti-virus and firewall alone will not completely protect you. You have to have your Windows patches installed, applications need to be kept up to date and you have to use secure passwords...
October 05, 2011 Added by:Dan Dieterle
A lot was covered, including how hackers are creating apps that pass verification and are published in the app store, but when installed, pull down malicious updates. Bluetooth vulnerabilities and a “Truly Evil Hack” were also discussed...
September 28, 2011 Added by:Dan Dieterle
The Metasploit Framework in the Backtrack series is an amazing platform for penetration and security testing. The capabilities are stunning. The problem is the learning curve is kind of steep, especially for new users. For training, look no further than the “Metasploit Megaprimer"...
September 26, 2011 Added by:Dan Dieterle
Sometimes a penetration tester may have remote access to a user’s machine, but he may not have the password, or the user has a very long complex password that would take too long to crack. Backtrack 5′s Metasploit Framework has a utility for capturing keys pressed on a target machine...
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