Archive for November, 2006
How To Login From an Internet Cafe Without Worrying About Keyloggers

“We tested five shareware or commercial keylogging programs: HomeKeylogger 1.70, GhostKeylogger, KG-BKeylogger, Spytector 1.2.8 and ProBot. None of them captured passwords entered using the trick we describe.”

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Cracking Windows xp accounts

See a video of how to crack xp accounts.

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Hacking a Windows XP password prompt with a graphing calculator

I’m skeptical whether this is real or not…

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How To: Become A Hacker

An extensive definitive guide to learning to be a hacker written by the editor of the Jargon File and author of a few other well-known documents of similar nature. Very comprehensive document that makes for an interesting read whether you want to be a hacker or just want to know more about the lifestyle. Very nice resource.

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(VIDEO) Trojan Horse Infiltrates High Security Areas

“Whats with you, man?! Thats the oldest trick in the book.” — Dark Helmet

Can you get in high security areas with a Trojan Horse? We mean an ACTUAL Trojan Horse? Apparently, yes. Watch and see

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Study: Oracle database software has more flaws than SQL Server

Microsoft Corp may be taking the most heat among software vendors for security problems but it’s not always the one with the worst record. A comparison of vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s SQL Server database and Oracle’s relational database management products … shows the latter’s products have far more vulnerabilities…

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World’s Worst Spammers Named and Shamed

Ever wondered exactly who was sending you all that spam? Well now you can put a name to the anonymous scumbags who pollute your inbox as the spammers get named and shamed!

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Firefox 2 tops IE 7 in anti-phishing study

Two weeks after a Microsoft study found the opposite. A Mozilla-commissioned study has given the anti-fraud features in the Firefox 2 browser high marks, finding they are much more effective than those in Internet Explorer 7.

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UK RFID Passports Cracked Already

There’s been an odd rush by governments to move to RFID passports, even though there are serious concerns about how secure they really are. Over in the UK, where many RFID passports are already in use, a security researcher and a reporter were able to crack some aspects of the passport.

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UK RFID Passports Cracked Already

There’s been an odd rush by governments to move to RFID passports, even though there are serious concerns about how secure they really are. Over in the UK, where many RFID passports are already in use, a security researcher and a reporter were able to crack some aspects of the passport.

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