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Re: Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-09
Carlos Pantelides (carlos_pantelides yahoo com) (1 replies)
Have you access to any other account? Is there any network service running? Being centos 4.1 (2005-Oct-21 says the mirror) if it is unpatched perhaps you can find a vulnerability and gain more access.

nmap it, is sshd running? try 500 most common passwords. Do you have time? try a bigger dictiona

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Re: Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-10
Justin Rogosky (jrogosky gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-10
Carlos Pantelides (carlos_pantelides yahoo com)
Creating backdoors using SQL Injection 2012-02-09
Adam Behnke (adam infosecinstitute com)
An InfoSec Institute Review on Creating backdoors using SQL Injection:

A novel technique that highlights the risk of not chrooting your SQL


This list

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Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-09
Nik (foringer gmail com) (3 replies)
Hello list!

I'm doing a physical pentest of the blackbox network security device
and need your help in it :).

Device is a hardware protected linux box with serail and ethernet
ports available. It is running on Intel platform.

Conditions of the testing is that I need to receive privilege (root)

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Re: Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-09
Shohn Trojacek (trojacek gmail com)
Re: Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-09
Ian Hayes (cthulhucalling gmail com)
Re: Bypass grub edit protection password 2012-02-09
Adrián Puente Z. (apuente hackarandas com)
[HITB-Announce] Reminder: HITB2012AMS Call For Papers Closing Soon 2012-01-26
Hafez Kamal (aphesz hackinthebox org)
This is a gentle reminder that the Call for Papers for the third annual
HITBSecConf in Europe closes on the 18th of February! Send in your
submissions now!


This year, we're moving to a new, bigger and better venue -- the
award winning Okura Hotel right in middle o

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DoS attacks using Exploit Pack 2012-01-22
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DoS attacks by using Exploit Pack
What is this? Exploit Pack is a next generation tool to assist you
while you perform penetration testing to your workstations or servers.
Make your workstation safe by testing its security. Before hackers do.

Take a look of this tool while we perform a denial of s

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Technology Neutral Healthcheck 2012-01-19
cribbar (crib bar hotmail co uk)

Can I ask if any of you have roles as security admins or managers if you have
a sort of baseline checklist you use for when departments in your company
come calling saying they need a new payroll system, or a new procurement
system or whatever. I am in a very jnr role in a risk section but I though

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Exploit Pack - New release 2012-01-18
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Exploit Pack is a Security Tool that will assist you while you test the
security of your workstations or networks. With a friendly and easy to
use interface, it has an update manager to keep you up to date and an
IDE for develop or modify itâ??s modules. Also we provide you with
technical suppor

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Goofile 1.0 - Command line google search for files by domain 2012-01-17
tom (tom g13net com) (1 replies)

Goofile 1.0 has been released. This tool will perform queries against
a domain for a particular filetype. I hope this will help with


This list is sponsored by: Inf

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Re: Goofile 1.0 - Command line google search for files by domain 2012-01-18
James Condron (james zero-internet org uk)
Best route to penetration testing learning 2012-01-03
wlandymore (will landymore hotmail com) (2 replies)

I'm new to penetration testing and recently took the CEH. I found that it was
pretty basic but I was wondering if people had some insight as to the best
route to take if you wanted to be a penetration testing engineer....

Any courses/books that are mandatory that will help get me on my way, or

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Re: Best route to penetration testing learning 2012-01-07
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Re: Best route to penetration testing learning 2012-01-07
Archangel Amael (archangel amael gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Best route to penetration testing learning 2012-01-09
wlandymore (will landymore hotmail com)
AppSec DC 2012 CFP EXTENDED! 2012-01-06
AppSec DC (cfp appsecdc org)

Many of you have written to us asking about the requirement for a
paper in our CFP hosted on EasyChair.  Due to an unforseen change in
the way EasyChair works, you are no longer able to configure a
submission to require only an abstract as we thought we had done, and
done in the past.  To be c

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Arachni v0.4 has been released (Open Source Web Application Security Scanner Framework) 2012-01-07
Tasos Laskos (tasos laskos gmail com)
Hi guys,

This is just to let you know that there's a new version of Arachni.

Arachni is a high-performance (Open Source) Web Application Security
Scanner Framework written in Ruby.

This version includes lots of goodies, including:
* A new light-weight RPC implementation (No more XMLRPC)

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[TOOL RELEASE] Technitium MAC Address Changer v6 (FREEWARE) 2012-01-02
Shreyas Zare (shreyas technitium com)

Technitium MAC Address Changer allows you to change Media Access
Control (MAC) Address of your Network Interface Card (NIC)
irrespective to your NIC manufacturer or its driver. It has a very
simple user interface and provides ample information regarding each
NIC in the machine. Every NIC has a

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IPv6 spoofing 2011-12-13
Daniel García (dani madesyp com)
Hi everybody,

From iniqua are published an article of IPv6 security and risk.
This release we talk about IPv6 spoofing.

happy reading.



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Exploitation with Armitage 2011-12-09
Infernal123 (infernal aleksic yahoo com)
View this message in context:
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