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Is “bug banking” occurring? [closed]

Reading about the fast approaching end of support for Windows XP, I seem to come across a lot of articles which speak about bug banking. Of it being likely that towards the end of 2013 and beginning ...
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oracle weblogic vulnerability

I searched for Oracle Web logic vulnerabilities and found this vulnerability: Oracle WebLogic Server Cross-Site Scripting and Manipulation of Data Vulnerabilities ...
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Using Gmail in China triggered lots of Two Factor SMS

A friend of mine lives in Hong Kong and she travelled to China over the weekend. Whilst there, she was able to use Gmail on her Android phone without logging in again, but she had to re-login on her ...
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Photo Attachment's Feature For Some Mail Servers [duplicate]

You already know google started new service which is related to gmail. http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2013/11/attachments-in-gmail-now-with-power-of.html When we send new mail to friends.If it ...
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What methods are there of protecting a VPS from DDOS attacks? [duplicate]

I was just wondering what would be the best way to stop a VPS from being attacked, bandwidth would be a problem in this case so methods that reduce the amount of incoming attacks and stop sending ...
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What utilities can be used for Ping of death attack?

Can somebody tell me what program can mess with pockets and enlarge them for Ping of death attack? (i need it for lab) Is there anywhere step-by-step instructions of this attack? I'm not a hacker ...
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Is it secure if we purchase through a website that is loaded in iframe

I found one of the website is loading all shopping websites in their own domain. Eg . www.domain.com having links like , www.shoppingsite1.com , www.shoppingsite2.com ,www.shoppingsite3.com ...
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WPS vulnerability scanning for handshakes to detect the attack

I was able to sniff the EAP packets from the attacker machine with a wireless card on p-mode, however i was not able to sniff this data off the user using the same card under windows. Wireshark, did ...
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Sanitizing JavaScript to prevent XSS

I'm going through a vulnerability remediation exercise for a client and am trying to figure out how to best mitigate this particular hole. There's a script on our site that calls up content into a new ...
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Can web connections from a virtual machine guest using NAT attract attacks from the Web to the host?

The hosts OS might be Windows 7 and its firewall activated and the visualization is done by Virtual Box , but I think these details are less important. This question might be related in some way to ...
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Apple ID phishing lead to my router infected?

For future visitors, I will try to be as general as possible, but I must include details to give you a full picture. As my Apple ID's security email address belongs to my brother, he forwarded an ...
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How would you construct an XSRF attack using an iframe?

I know that you can easily trigger a series of POST/GET to a target website using an iframe as I have done it in the past to manipulate session variable on my sites. My question is more about : what ...
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How to avoid cloaking attacks?

A few days ago, we found a lot of web pages on Google with the name of our web sites, for example http://website.com/public/our_agency_name.asp. Every day we find more of this kind of URL. Looking ...
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Hashing / How easy is it to infer the original input if the a slight variation of the input, the hash result and the hashing algorithms are known [duplicate]

Given that I have an initial input that is publicly known (e.g. "ABCDEFGHIJ") a slight variation of (1) (e.g. "BACDEFGHIJ") that is used as the input to a hashing algorithm (3) an modern one-way ...
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How does an attacker authenticate to a service using just the hash of the user (after performing a pth attack)

Let's say the attacker got the username and the password's hash. How can he use it when authenticating to some service in its domain with NTLM , for example? How can he send the request as the ...
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Java Drive By & Stub - Explanation [closed]

I have been trying to make some extensions for chrome lately to block some unwanted stuff. I have also been searching for quite some time to find what a JDB does.So , the applet downloads a file , ...
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Suspected of hacking Windows 7 SP1 [duplicate]

Hi.I have Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 on my PC. I have an Ubuntu OS near Windows OS. My internet connection has a proxy server from Iran that monitors our networking and filters some of our websites. ...
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What service could penetrate my Firewall via UDP on Port 17275?

Has anyone monitored various requests from all over the world on Port 17275 via UDP? My firewall logs show huge amounts of such requests from lots of different IP Adresses. I can't find any ...
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CRIME attack clarrification [duplicate]

I am not understanding CRIME attack completealy.. First an attacker runs a script to caputure the encrypted cookies later using the captured value an attacker try to bruteforce the next cookie ...
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How to conduct a disguised LSA attack against OSPF?

I want to do disguised LSA attacks on OSPF network and be able to more analyze, so I do not know how it works in practice. This is a penetration test. The attack is described in the address [+]. I ...
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more justification for the impact scores used by the national vulnerability database [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: why CVSS give a score of 0.66 for a full impact on CIA? Good day ; the CVSS attributes the following impact values ​​for confidentiality, integrity and availability: ...
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SQL injection for a username/password form?

This is how user validation happens on my site: if(!empty($_POST['username']) && !empty($_POST['password'])) { $query = "SELECT * FROM users WHERE username='".$_POST['username']."' ...
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How do you search for new vulnerabilities? [closed]

I've been asked this question, and I really don't know how would I do it. My answer was to take known vulnerabilities and try to exploit them on a different way, but this is not really a new ...
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Linux: Blocking outside attempts at attacking computer

in the past when I wanted to block outsiders from attempting to start connections with my Linux machine's various TCP services, what I was told to do was to add this line to /etc/hosts.deny: ...
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Hydra bruteforce is giving wrong passwords. Can't seem to work any help? [closed]

Ok so what im actually trying to do is to bruteforce my own account on some website just to check myself . This is NOT for illegal steps or use , im trying to crack my OWN password , and im trying to ...
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I don't understand how BIPS got hacked [closed]

http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/112513-bitcoin-robbery-276352.html In this story we can see BIPS got hacked, but I don't get how it was hacked when it was offline because of the DDoS.
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What are the supported versions of RHEL 5 by the NSA?

I have read through the document found at, NSA RHEL5 Security Requirements In reading through the document, it seems that you can use any version of RHEL 5 as long as it supports the requirements in ...
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Impact of attack occured in Radius, DHCP and HTTP servers on VOIP?

Assume we can crash the RADIUS server in a VOIP system. What would be the impact on the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of VOIP service. What would be the impact if the same question if ...
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If someone downloaded 600GB , can that be ddos attack [duplicate]

Last night some one exploit some vulnerability in my site and then upload php script in my images folder . I have the Amazon EC2 server with centos. Now the Hacker downloaded 600GB and increased my ...
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Why is it hard to catch cybercriminals? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why is it difficult to catch “Anonymous” or “Lulzsec” (groups)? I really want to know why the attackers behind the major attacks like Diginotar hack ...
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Is cracking really important systems possible?

We always hear about "hacking" (or cracking) banks, websites or the like. Nothing really "important" like centrals, or even satellites (like TV channels). Those we only see in movies - but are they ...
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Why did I get unresponsive script when I start my system and open web browser? [closed]

The script on opening web broswersays Warning: Unresponsive Script A script on this page may be busy,or it may have stopped responding.You can stop the script now,or you can continue to see if the ...
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Prevent Replay attacks via timestamp while client clock is not adjusted [closed]

I'm going to send my timestamp to server and server will check if it is in a given interval. What if My mobile clock is not adjusted (say it gives 2:00 pm while now it is 2:00 am). now I lost the ...
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ARP Poisoning effects [closed]

On a normal data exchange of the address resolution protocol (ARP), which steps of the exchange are affected by the ARP Poisoning attack? If anybody would be able to answer this or show me a link ...
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Should companies use Crowd Source Audit Platform for Manual Penetration Test?

As a CIO, CISO, CTO or Sys Admin, would you use a crowd sourced platform for penetration tests in order to improve your security issues? LE: So most of you guys downgrade, and said it's wrong to have ...
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How to prevent malware infection and file accessibility through a wireless router? [duplicate]

The answer suggested in the 'duplicate' is about a different issue. But since my original wording of the question seems to have not been clear - here's a second attempt: Is there any danger of any of ...
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Suspicious random IPs requesting image from my server - botnet? [closed]

I've been getting a steady stream of requests for the same logo file from random IP addresses, many of which indicate they're mobile when I look them up. I'm at a loss to explain this. Anyone seen ...
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Kerberos v4 compromised TGS [closed]

What would happen under the Kerberos v4 protocol if an attacker has compromised TGS and identified the Ktgs key? What would be the outcomes of such an attack?
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What are the security risks of pirating video or music?

In the case of pirating multimedia, be it video or music, which problems may be caused by the video or music file itself? Could a video or an audio file be used to spread malware? I'm talking about ...