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Security Advisory- MEGA Chrome Extension Hijack

Security Advisory- MEGA Chrome Extension Hijack

What is MEGA? MEGA is a cloud storage and file hosting service offered by Mega Limited, a New Zealand-based company ...
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Advisory | Microsoft Zero Day - Windows Task Scheduler Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability

Advisory | Microsoft Zero Day – Windows Task Scheduler Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability

Introduction A previously unknown zero-day vulnerability has been disclosed in the Microsoft's Windows operating system that could help a local ...
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Thick Client Penetration Testing – Exploiting JAVA Deserialization Vulnerability for Remote Code Execution

Thick Client Penetration Testing – Exploiting JAVA Deserialization Vulnerability for Remote Code Execution

Thick Client? What do you mean by that? Thick client is the kind of application which is installed on the ...
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What Makes Penetration Testing Impactful - Post Exploitation

What Makes Penetration Testing Impactful – Post Exploitation

As a penetration tester, we often come across this riddle – What Makes Penetration Testing Really Impactful. As per penetration ...
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Threat Advisory Report on Petya Ransomware (Critical Severity)

Threat Advisory Report on Petya Ransomware (Critical Severity)

Ransomware: An Introduction Ransomware is a form of malicious software that locks up users files on the computer system, encrypts ...
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Beware Android Users - CLOAK AND DAGGER is here to exploit you

Beware Android Users – CLOAK AND DAGGER is here to exploit you

The WORLD has still not got over with the WannaCry ransomware menace and here comes one more! People have been ...
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Buffer Overflow Attacks

Buffer Overflow Attacks

Introduction Buffer is a storage place in memory where data can be stored. It’s mostly bound in a conditional statements ...
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Threat Advisory Report on WannaCry Ransomware (Critical Severity)

Threat Advisory Report on WannaCry Ransomware (Critical Severity)

1. Introduction On Friday, May 12, countless organizations around the world began fending off attacks from a ransomware strain variously ...
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How To Develop Secure Software - Action Plan To Make Secure

How To Develop Secure Software – Action Plan To Make Secure

The purpose of this article is to provide a guideline for secure software development. Easily avoided software defects are a ...
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Mobile Vulnerability Database (MVD)

Mobile Vulnerability Database (MVD)

Introduction: The Android operating system is the most widely used operating system for mobile devices. Android has around 82.8% (IDC) ...
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Introduction to Secure Software Development Life Cycle

Introduction to Secure Software Development Life Cycle

The most effective way to reduce application security risk is to implement a formal development process that includes security best ...
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External Penetration Testing - Case Study

External Penetration Testing – Case Study

> ABSTRACT External Penetration Testing consists of a reviewing and assessing the vulnerabilities that could be exploited by external users/Hacker ...
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Adobe Flash Player Zero Day Attacks Found In Hacking Team Data Leaked

Adobe Flash Player Zero Day Attacks Found In Hacking Team Data Leaked

Hacking Team is a Milan-based information technology company that sells offensive intrusion and surveillance capabilities to governments, law enforcement agencies ...
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Shellshock-Security Patching Aftermath

Shellshock-Security Patching Aftermath

On September 24th 2014, a publicly disclosed vulnerability was revealed in the UNIX/Linux which we have discussed in our blog ...
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Shell Shock - The Bash Vulnerability

Shell Shock – The Bash Vulnerability

BASH (Baurne Again Shell) Bash is the shell, or command language interpreter, that will appear in the GNU operating system ...
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Android Malwares - An Overview

Android Malwares – An Overview

Malware, short for malicious software, is any software used to disrupt computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain access to ...
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