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Step-by-Step Reverse Engineering Malware: ZeroAccess / Max++ / Smiscer Crimeware Rootkit | InfoSec Resources(quick plug – to all current & future reverse engineers – check out our Reverse Engineering Training Course. We’d love to publish your work next!) Part 1: Introduction and De-Obfuscating and Reversing the User-Mode Agent Dropper Part 2: Reverse Engineering the Kernel-Mode Device Driver Stealth Rootkit Part 3: Reverse Engineering the Kernel-Mode Device Driver Process Injection Rootkit Part 4: Tracing the Crimeware Origins by Reversing the Injected Code
A Sniffer is a program or a device that eavesdrops on the network traffic by grabbing information travelling over a network. Sniffers basically are "Data Interception" technology. They work because the Ethernet was built around a principle of sharing. Most networks use broadcast technology wherein messages for one computer can be read by another computer on that network. In practice, all the other computers except the one for which the message is meant, will ignore that message. However, computers can be made to accept messages even if they are not meant for them.
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Note from the author: If you don't know how SQL Injection works, this page probably won't help you. This page is for people who already understand the basics of SQL Injection attacks but want a deep understanding of the nuances regarding filter evasion. This page will also not show you how to mitigate SQL Injection vectors or how to write the data dumping or DB tampering portion of the attack.
This page contains a full TOR nodelist (no more than 30 minutes old) in the format below. There are tags of __BEGIN_TOR_NODE_LIST__ and __END_TOR_NODE_LIST__ for easy scripting use of this page. You can also fetch https://www.dan.me.uk/torlist/ for a list of ips only, one per line - updated every 30 minutes. Ideal for constructing your own tor banlists. <ip>|<name>|<router-port>|<directory-port>|<flags>|<uptime>|<version>|<contactinfo> 22.214.171.124|Unnamed|9001|0|ERSV|2873126|Tor 0.2.2.37|
2008-12-07, by Iulian Demetrescu I am a Linux user for about 15 years or so and i was always wondering about what is "under the hood" of it and how it's put together. I was especially interested in how a distribution is made up, since there are so many things that you have to take into account. Recently i was asked about one of my customers to deliver an embedded device capable of maintaining a small database, serve some pages via http and print some information on a thermal printer. In an instant i said embedded Linux and the customer agreed. Driven by my customer demands and of course by my unsatisfied curiosity, i started searching the net for such distributions.
Ali Baba and the 40 thieves LLC are once again multi-tasking, this time compromising hundreds of thousands of web sites, and redirecting Google visitors -- through the standard http referrer check -- to scareware serving domains. What's so special about the domains mentioned in Cyveillance's post, as well as the ones currently active on this campaign? It's the Koobface connection. For instance, the ionisationtools .cn or moored2009 .cn redirectors, as well as the scareware serving premium-protection6 .com; file-antivirus3.com; checkalldata .com; ... Ali Baba and the 40 thieves LLC are once again multi-tasking , this time compromising hundreds of thousands of web sites , and redirecting Google visitors -- through the standard http referrer check -- to scareware serving domains .
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