Back in August 2016, we conducted a pentest on a Citrix infrastructure, which allowed us to find various critical vulnerabilities in Citrix Provisioning Services. We contacted Citrix Security Response Team to responsibly disclose these vulnerabilities back in September, and they quickly acknowledged the issues and worked on fix.
If you stand in a queue at a grocery store (or anywhere else), the first customer in the queue will be served, and then the next, and so on. In programming terminology, especially in data structure, this concept is called FIFO (first in first out) queue.
Metasploitable3 is a free virtual machine that we have recently created to allow people to simulate attacks using Metasploit. In it, we have planted multiple flags throughout the whole system; they are basically collectable poker card images of some of the Rapid7/Metasploit developers.
Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP is a markup language similar to HTML that allows publishers to write mobile optimized content that loads “instantly”. AMP is Google’s response to both the Apple News Format and Facebook’s Instant Articles.
Some physicists 28 years ago needed a way to easily share experimental data and thus the web was born. This was generally considered to be a good move. Unfortunately, everything physicists touch — from trigonometry to the strong nuclear force — eventually becomes weaponized and so too has the Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
Bluelog is a Linux Bluetooth scanner written to do a single task, log devices that are in discoverable mode. It is intended to be used as a site survey tool, determining how many discoverable Bluetooth devices there are in the area. It has also proven to be very well suited to Bluetooth traffic monitoring applications.
How to become anonymous is the most common question that everybody asks on the internet. There could be many reasons to be an anonymous user; you are a journalist, and you want to get in touch with a whistleblower, or maybe you just care about your privacy.
A short tutorial on the main features of the CAN bus and its extension CAN FD allowing embedded engineers to rapidly see what they need to CAN enable their applications. One of a series of embedded tutorials from COMSOL suppliers of Europes widest range of tools for embedded microprocessor/microcontroller developers.
Ploutus is one of the most advanced ATM malware families we’ve seen in the last few years. Discovered for the first time in Mexico back in 2013, Ploutus enabled criminals to empty ATMs using either an external keyboard attached to the machine or via SMS message, a technique that had never been seen before.
Malware installs itself persistently, to ensure it's automatically re-executed at reboot. BlockBlock continually monitors common persistence locations and displays an alert whenever a persistent component is added to the OS.
An exploit is designed to take advantage of certain vulnerabilities in software products, hardware devices, digital tools or electronic equipment. These exploits are software codes or command sequences that can cause computer networks, standalone digital devices, other software products and electronic tools to behave abnormally.
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