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The majority of the time that you read or hear about android malware it is in reference to a legitimate android app (apk) that does not actually exploit the android OS. Instead the malware behaves in a malicious fashion. One example is a fake security application which would subscribe the victim to premium text messaging services. Many other times you will ...
I did the same thing in Java but parsed a list of known vulnerable banners into a text file then port scanned every known port and grabbed the banner. Returned a list of open ports and then checked if any of the open ports had a vulnerable banner. Same exact thing. See below. Sorry I don't have time to write a program for you as I'm just a computer science ...
These are the tools recommended by OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) SQL Power Injector Absinthe - Automated Blind SQL Injection SQLBrute - Multi Threaded Blind SQL Injection Bruteforcer in Python SQLiX - SQL Injection Scanner in Perl bsqlb - a blind SQL injection tool in Perl OWASP Blind_SQL_Injection
You can try Havij. It is a free software works fast and stable and gives you a easy to use interface if you dont want to bug with terminal and such. http://itsecteam.com/products/havij-advanced-sql-injection/
Apart from manual testing you could first try SQLMap, which is the standard tool for automated SQL exploitation.
NVD covers a lot of vulnerabilities. Aside from those you also have: Security Focus (bugtraq) OSVDB They are often linked back to NVD CVE. Another interesting project to follow is vFeed which provides cross linking between vendors and CVE vulnerabilities. Note that this covers disclosed vulnerabilities. There are still a lot of vulnerabilities which ...
I could think of one example : Vulnerabilities. Can we fix any new discovered vulnerabilities if found on that server? Usually they're fixed by new patches or updates, but in this case i think that Microsoft will not provide any. You just answered your own question. You will not get any security updates for new vulnerabilities discovered so you will ...
This is a very complex question, and I'm not sure where you stand technically. I'll lay out some background to help you get to the point. Basic refresher A computer has a couple of important parts: a Central Processing Unit (CPU) and Random Access Memory (RAM). Essentially, a CPU reads a few bytes of memory from RAM, performs the instruction they ...
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