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Punching holes into firewalls

Punching holes into firewalls
or "Why firewalls shouldn't be considered a ultimate weapon for network security" or "Secure TCP-into-HTTP tunnelling guide" Introduction Firewalls are heavily used to secure private networks (home or corporate). Usually, they are used to protect the network from: intrusions from outsidersmisuse from insiders In a TCP/IP environment, the typical corporate firewall configuration is to block everything (both incoming and outgoing), and give access to the internet only through a HTTP proxy. Still, this should not considered a ultimate weapon, and network administrators should not rely on the firewalls only. Encapsulation is the basis of networking. As soon as you let a single protocol out, tunelling allows to let anything go through this protocol, and thus through the firewall. This paper demonstrates how to encapsulate any TCP-based protocol (SMTP, POP3, NNTP, telnet...) into HTTP, thus bypassing the firewall protection/censorship (depending on your point of view) A word of warning: The problem Related:  hacking & cyberactivism

WikiLeaks e os conflitos no ciberespaço - Parte II 21 de dezembro de 2010 Categoria: Mundo O estabelecimento do ciberespaço como uma dimensão da guerra abre a possibilidade de uma ofensiva militar contra a rede. Por Passa Palavra Leia aqui a primeira parte deste artigo. 4. Soldado de Bronze, em Tallinn (2006) Depois da terra, oceano, ar e espaço, o ciberespaço passou a ser considerado um novo campo de guerra pelos militares. Em maio, um mês após a onda de ataques, as investigações rastrearam que esses ataques partiram da Rússia. Uma situação similar e paralela ocorreu ainda em 2008, quando a Rússia entrou em guerra contra a Geórgia e os sites do governo e da mídia desse país também foram atacados. De acordo com as investigações realizadas, ambos ataques foram organizados por russos utilizando Botnets [12]. Desde 2008, a OTAN mantém o Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) em Tallinn, na Estônia. QG da NSA – Forte Meade, Maryland. Quatro meses antes do Cable Gate, um colunista convidado pelo Washington Post, Marc A. 5.

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WikiLeaks e os conflitos no ciberespaço - Parte I 19 de dezembro de 2010 Categoria: Mundo A revelação de documentos secretos da diplomacia dos Estados Unidos abre uma batalha pela liberdade da informação. Por Passa Palavra 1. Introdução Desde o início de 2010, o governo dos Estados Unidos está sofrendo os maiores vazamentos de informação [revelação de segredos] da sua história. O Cable Gate reúne 251.287 documentos das representações diplomáticas norte-americanas do mundo inteiro. Outra diferença a ser notada é que desde o Diário de Guerra do Afeganistão, o WikiLeaks estabeleceu uma parceria com a mídia tradicional, como El País (Espanha), The Guardian (Grã-Bretanha), Der Spiegel (Alemanha), New York Times (Estados Unidos) e, no Brasil, com a Folha de S. No dia 22 de novembro, no twitter, o WikiLeaks avisou que começaria a vazar os arquivos em breve. A suposta fonte de todo esse material é o militar de Primeira Classe Bradley Manning, 23 anos. 3. A exposição e personalização foi direcionada enquanto estratégia de defesa.

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