Free WiFi in Airports and Public Hotspots By Brian Wilson, CCNA, CCSE, CCAI, MCP, Network+, Security+, JNCIA Recently while traveling I noticed a hot spot and wanted to surf the internet. Once I connected to the AP I had seen that they wanted to charge me $8 per day to surf the internet. I thought that was just too much money for a quick internet connection, and my layover between flights was about 3 hours. Disclaimer: This paper and the topics covered in the paper are just for educational purposes and should not be tried on a network without the permission from the owner of the network you plan on testing. Well I got to their splash screen, and it would allow me to surf on that page and the local ISP's home page (the local ISP was their sponsor). Cain & Able Sniffers menu. SoftPerfect Network Scanner Once I received the results of the scanned subnet, I could see all of the other computers along side of me. EtherChange by www.NTSecurity.NU Category: Wilson
Hacker Test: A site to test and learn about web hacking AntiSec hackers leak 1,000,001 Apple device IDs allegedly obtained from FBI breach The AntiSec hacking group claims to have released a set of more than 1 million Apple Unique Device Identifiers (UDIDs) obtained from breaching the FBI. The group claims to have over 12 million IDs, as well as personal information such as user names, device names, notification tokens, cell phone numbers and addresses. (Updated with link below to check whether your device’s UDID was leaked) The hackers issued a statement with the following description on how the data was obtained: During the second week of March 2012, a Dell Vostro notebook, used by Supervisor Special Agent Christopher K. They published the UDID numbers to call attention to suspicions that the FBI used the information to track citizens. If AntiSec’s account of the breach is accurate, the NCFTA acronym in the filename would likely refer to the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance, a non-profit corporation of experts from both the private and public sector that investigates cyber-crimes.
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Challenges - ThisisLegal.com Access any album on any Facebook profile Hi everyone, I was creating a presentation last week covering the security risks and weaknesses of social networking websites and I found a few interesting things. The most interesting flaw I found was the poor control around access to users photo albums on Facebook, not the worlds biggest hack by a long way but still interesting. I contacted Facebook last Thursday and I never received a response so I felt it was time to post the full details on my blog. I’m going to explain below the theory behind the hack and some pictures showing it in action. aid= id= l= The aid= parameter is the album id, id= is the userid and the l= value is a random value which serves as a very poor security control. www.facebook.com/addfriend.php? The id= is the id we want, we can use this to begin building the URL to access that users album – remember we don’t need to to add them as a friend to do this. The full URL which gives us access to the album can be seen below: Dave
Zenmap - Official cross-platform Nmap Security Scanner GUI Zenmap is the official Nmap Security Scanner GUI. It is a multi-platform (Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, BSD, etc.) free and open source application which aims to make Nmap easy for beginners to use while providing advanced features for experienced Nmap users. Frequently used scans can be saved as profiles to make them easy to run repeatedly. A command creator allows interactive creation of Nmap command lines. Scan results can be saved and viewed later. You can download Zenmap (often packaged with Nmap itself) from the Nmap download page. Here are some Zenmap action shots (click for full res): How to boost your WiFi signal with a beer can Here you will find very original tips to boost wireless signal to your computer. Good luck and have a fun. Source