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Malware Analysis Tutorial 11: Starling Technique and Hijacking Kernel System Calls using Hardware Breakpoints Learning Goals:Understand hardware breakpointUnderstand vectored/structured exception handlingUnderstand the tricks that interrupt module loadingApplicable to:Operating Systems.Computer Security.Programming Language Principles.Assembly Language.1. Introduction Starling is a bird that steals nests of other birds. In this tutorial, you will look at a "starling" technique used by Max++ to run its own malicious code using the "body" of another benign module named "lz32.dll". 2. Lab Configuration You can either continue from Tutorial 10, or follow the instructions below to set up the lab. Refer to Tutorial 1 and Tutorial 4 for setting up VBOX instances and WinDbg.

Crack the Code Challenge - Hak5 About Do you have what it takes to compete in the Crack The Code Challenge? Test your skills in our private lab network and bid for the title supreme leet hax0r. Balanced Scorecard for Information Security Introduction Published: March 06, 2007 On This Page Executive Summary Balanced Scorecard background Problems with Information Security Justification Balanced Scorecard as a resolution to problem areas

Outils et exploits sécurité Here is a collection of coding samples, tools, and misc. other things that we have written over the past. All source code published on this website is considered copyrighted material and licensed under the FreeBSD licensing agreement found here: At the tail of of this page you can find the full copyright disclosure. BypassUAC – Attack that allows you to bypass Windows UAC in Windows Vista and Windows 7 both on x86 and x64 operating systems. SQL Injection Attacks by Example A customer asked that we check out his intranet site, which was used by the company's employees and customers. This was part of a larger security review, and though we'd not actually used SQL injection to penetrate a network before, we were pretty familiar with the general concepts. We were completely successful in this engagement, and wanted to recount the steps taken as an illustration.

p0wnlabs .:. Vulnerable Distros The community has coughed up some classic distributions full of juicy targets and p0wnlabs is testing out a program to host them for your hacking pleasure. Simply configure your system to connect to p0wnlabs via openvpn and hack away! Here's the openvpn config package you will need to connect. It's a simple tar archive of the text file and the necessary keys suitable for starting openvpn on linux. You can translate it to windows if you insist. Once you're connected you'll get an extra ethernet interface on a 10.99.99.0/24 network.

Category:OWASP CTF Project Main Welcome to the OWASP Capture The Flag (CTF) project! What is the CTF ITU and Google face off at Dubai conference over future of the internet Two thousand delegates from 193 countries are meeting for the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai this week to negotiate a treaty on telecoms regulation that has not been updated since 1988 - before the internet was in mainstream use. Up for negotiation at WCIT are the International Telecommunications Regulations, or ITRs, which cover everything from improving internet access for the elderly and disabled, to enabling access for the 4.6bn people in the world with no access at all, improving cybersecurity and, most controversially, discussing the "sender pays" economic model of delivering web content. Amid all the hyperbole and acres of coverage about the future of the free internet, the treaty is the latest round of a long-fought battle between the internet lobby and the telecommunications companies. Back at the ITU, the small staff team has seemed increasingly bewildered and put on the back foot by the ferocious onslaught of press coverage against them.

WPAD Man in the Middle (Clear Text Passwords) This is a quick tutorial on a little trick that utilizes an exposure to grab clear text credentials. If you’re not already aware, there is potential vulnerability that exists in the way that Internet Explorer is configured to “auto detect” its proxy settings. If “Automatically detect proxy settings” is checked in the proxy configuration tab, IE will generate a name lookup request on the network, for a host named “WPAD”, on initialization. On a corporate network, a DNS entry for “WPAD” should point to a proxy server that hosts a “wpad.dat” file, which tells Internet Explorer where to direct its Internet traffic. If that DNS query fails, the client falls back to WINS, and finally resorts to a local broadcast to try to find a host named “WPAD” on the network.

Zarp - Network Attack Tool Zarp is a network attack tool centred around the exploitation of local networks. This does not include system exploitation, but rather abusing networking protocols and stacks to take over, infiltrate, and knock out. Sessions can be managed to quickly poison and sniff multiple systems at once, dumping sensitive information automatically or to the attacker directly. Various sniffers are included to automatically parse usernames and passwords from various protocols, as well as view HTTP traffic and more. DoS attacks are included to knock out various systems and applications.

Malware Analysis Tutorial 1 - VM Based Analysis Platform Learning Goals:Configure a virtual machine based experimental platform for malware analysis.Master basic network sniffing/monitoring skillsThis Lesson Can be Used as a Lab Module in:Computer Networks and Communication ProtocolsOperating SystemsChallenge of the day: Run the Max++ malware, can you describe its network activities? For those of you who had trouble with downloading the sample from offensive computing, here is another link: Or follow Bonfa's tutoria [1] on the download instructions. Bonfa's tutorial is perfect a general introduction/analysis of Max++. 1. OWASP Hackademic Challenges Project Main The OWASP Hackademic Challenges Project is an open source project that helps you test your knowledge on web application security. You can use it to actually attack web applications in a realistic but also controlable and safe environment. Download the current version (v.0.1.1) from Google Code. Development version Github Latest changes implemented in the 'next' branch You can also challenge yourself using the live version hosted here:

Comparison of DNS server software - Wikiwand Servers compared Each of these DNS servers is an independent implementation of the DNS protocols, capable of resolving DNS names for other computers, publishing the DNS names of computers, or both. Excluded from consideration are single-feature DNS tools (such as proxies, filters, and firewalls) and redistributions of servers listed here (many products repackage BIND, for instance, with proprietary user interfaces).

Outsourced IT Support Services PPTP and L2TP Port Forwarding | VPN A recent VPN project for two customers required configuration of Port Address Translation through a NAT Device (one Cisco ASA and one Sonicwall) onto Remote Access Servers. We decided to post some information regarding port forwarding of PPTP and L2TP Ports, specifically when the RAS is behind a NAT Device, so here goes: PPTP tunnel maintenance – TCP 1723 GRE – Protocol ID 47 L2TP over IPSec L2TP traffic – UDP 1701 Internet Key Exchange (IKE) – UDP 500 IPSec Network Address Translation (NAT-T) – UDP 4500

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