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The Institute for National Security Studies (Israel) falls prey to Poison Ivy infection - Security Labs

The Institute for National Security Studies (Israel) falls prey to Poison Ivy infection - Security Labs | Frishit Security | Scoop.it
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CodeMachine - Article - Catalog of key Windows kernel data structures

Explanation of key data strcutures used by device drivers, kernel and HAL...
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contagio: OSX/Flashback.K sample + Mac OS malware study set (30+ older samples)

contagio: OSX/Flashback.K sample + Mac OS malware study set (30+ older samples) | Frishit Security | Scoop.it
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Deep Dive into OS Internals with Windbg

Very good resource for studying WinDBG as well as some OS internals (mostly PE structure)

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File Type Identification and Its Application for Reversing XOR Encryption

File Type Identification and Its Application for Reversing XOR Encryption | Frishit Security | Scoop.it
By: John Ortiz After reading Brian Hussey’s blog on “Decoding Data Exfiltration – Reversing XOR Encryption”, I wanted to share some basic statistical techniques for identifying the type o...
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iOS DFU Mode Starter: Automating the Apple Dance « Advanced Password Cracking – Insight

iOS DFU Mode Starter: Automating the Apple Dance « Advanced Password Cracking – Insight | Frishit Security | Scoop.it
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A New Neighbor in Town: The Nuclear Pack v2.0 Exploit Kit - SpiderLabs Anterior

A New Neighbor in Town: The Nuclear Pack v2.0 Exploit Kit - SpiderLabs Anterior | Frishit Security | Scoop.it
In the past few years, cybercriminals have been increasingly using exploit kits to spread malware. Today, several exploit kits, primarily Blackhole and Phoenix, dominate this market but occasionally we do find other rare ones that are being deployed.
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