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August 2, 2008 by


Ever since Rob McMillan of IDG published a story giving a preview of our coming Black Hat talk, specifically a preview of the portion of our talk related to GIFARs, media coverage of the research has swirled a bit out of control and there's been some misconceptions.  My co-presenter John Heasman has a write-up on GIFARs that explains this all just a bit more.

February 22, 2012 By GNUCITIZEN


Q1: What is it? Websecurify is an advanced testing solution built to quickly and accurately identify web application security issues....

May 6, 2008 by

House of Hackers social community opens up

PDP, the leader of the Gnucitizen White Hat Hacker outfit announced the opening of the House of Hackers social community yesterday.  The House of Hackers is intended to enable its members to exchange ideas with each other, communicate, form groups, elite circles and tiger/red teams, conglomerate around projects, and participate in a hacker recruitment market.

April 25, 2008 by

More URI handler issues to come

Rob Carter, Billy Rios, and I have been blogging about and speaking at conferences like Black Hat and ToorCon all year on the subject of URI handler abuse.  One might think these types of flaws are soon to go away, but one look at SecurityFocus and FullDisclosure today and you can see that's not the case.

January 15, 2008 by

Wi-Fi routers vulnerable to UPnP attack from hackers

A couple of weeks ago we discovered that it’s possible for viruses to quickly spread among unsecured or WEP-encrypted Wi-Fi routers in densely populated urban areas. The solution seemed to be simple: Use WPA encryption and strong passwords.


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