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The publication you are going to read is a summary of our work in There are 26 articles inside. As you can see, we collected the best articles on hacking so that you could sum up the year you spent with our magazine.
We would be more than pleased if you could share your opinion on this passing year, on your experiences with our team, views on the content we published, ideas you would like to introduce if you were in our shoes. I would like to express my gratitude to all of our readers, followers and fans for being with us in I hope that both the content of our magazine as well as the customer service we provide will contribute to your constant satisfaction with Hakin9.
As a security professional code analysis and auditing is an essential task to unravel flaws and vulnerabilities. Analysis and auditing also sheds more light into what the code is actually doing. Have you ever wanted to have a superpower? What was yours? The ability to fly? Blow fire? Stop time or even go back in time? Run faster? Or be bulletproof? The first was to help people by finding and sometimes fixing problems-yet-to-happen-in-the-future before their manifestation.
QR Codes: Convenience or Minefield? The threat was so great this one computer event received massive and widespread media attention in virtually every indus-trialized country. Ultimately, the virus did little actual damage but its media coverage fright-ened the world into a more pro-active position regarding protection from such attacks.
The antivirus software industry now had its first truly legitimate example of the need for antivi-rus software. John McAfee was well on his way to making millions. Because of this, Quick Response QR codes continue to be the biggest driver of print to mobile activations. When scanned, the codes often contain web links that automatically take a user to a website.
Over the last few years, the practice of placing this type of matrix barcode on billboards, posters, clothing tags, concert tickets, business cards, TV ads and magazines has become common practice. According to ClickZ. In this article you will learn to setup a safe environment to analyze malicious software and understand its behaviour. We are using it to communicate, exchange information, perform bank transaction, etc. Researchers are working around the clock to expand this service and optimize it.
Hackers on the other hand are leveraging this crucial service to perform cybercrime activities such as stealing credit cards. Mainstream usage of handheld devices running the popular Android OS is the main stimulation for mobile malware evolution.
The rapid growth of malware and infected Android application package APK files found on the many app stores is an important new challenge for mobile IT security. Next Generation of Automated Malware Analysis and Detection By Tomasz Pietrzyk, Systems Engineer at FireEye In the last ten years, malicious software — malware — has become increasingly sophisticated, both in terms of how it is used and what it can do.
The resulting losses for victims have run to billions of dollars. Open Source solutions can be leveraged as a low-cost and effective strategy to minimize risk when used as component of a larger information security program. Thanks to worrying malware releases such as Mebromi and terrifying proof-of-concepts such as Rakshasa however — government agencies and hardware manufacturers are making serious strides to combat this glaring security weakness.
BIOS Security? The most secure configurations are ones that limit user interaction to the file system, command prompts, and the Internet. In various engagements we will run across kiosks that are fairly locked down, but still vulnerable due to a very commonly seen BIOS configuration. A Hands-On Approach By Marco Sogli, BIOS Engineer at SECO With the ever increasing demand for efficient systems, including servers, personal computers and portable devices, the trade-off between performance and power consumption has become critical for almost all system architectures.
This happened because criminals have moved to the digital world, using computers and computer networks to commit crimes. But how often do you process your packet capture files through an IDS engine to see what alerts it generates?
You should be. The truth is that providing a straightforward proof-of-concept code for XSS attacks involving session hijacking, is not so straightforward. Reading this magazine, however, you are probably not one of these.
He has over 18 years experience in system and security engineering Android devices are extremely popular. From phones to tablets, e-readers, netbooks, smart watches and car computer out there.
Over a half billion Android device users are out there with 1. Any technology that is in a lot of hands is a target for hackers. Why not? The statistics are alarming. McAfee reports malware broke new records in with the number of new malware to reach million for the year. Weak Wi-Fi Security, Evil Hotspots and Pentesting with Android By Dan Dieterle has 20 years of IT experience and has provided various levels of IT support to numerous companies from small businesses to large corporations Wireless networks and mobile Wi-Fi devices have saturated both the home front and business arena.
The threats against Wi-Fi networks have been known for years, and though some effort has been made to lock down wireless networks, many are still wide open. In this article we will look at a few common Wi-Fi security misconceptions. We will also see how a penetration tester or unfortunately, hackers could set up a fake Access Point AP using a simple wireless card and redirect network users, capture authentication credentials and possibly gain full remote access to the client.
Finally we will look at the latest app for Android that allows you to turn your Wi-Fi smart phone or tablet into a pentesting tool.
With it you can scan your network for open ports, check for vulnerabilities, perform exploits, Man-in-the-Middle MitM attacks and even sniff network traffic on both your Wi-Fi network and wired LAN. With the rise of smart devices and similar mobile platforms for Android, anyone can own a general-purpose computing device that is capable of storing large amounts of data and running sophisticated applications on Android.
Business applications often deal with confidential data, process transactions, and log information for auditing purposes. When developing a mobile, distributed application it is important to not only protect confidential information, but also to prevent tampering and destruction of important data. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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Without their assistance there would not be a Hakin9 magazine. At the beginning, it was developed by Android Inc. Latest research has shown that Android users become more and more threatened by malware. We have been asked to do some study and we decided to provide you with an issue addressing this topic. You can surely notice that we divided the issue into sections. In the first section you will find the articles dedicated to Android security.
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