Zarp – Network Attack Tool
Nov28

Zarp – Network Attack Tool

What is Zarp                   Zarp is a network attack tool centered around the exploitation of local networks. This does not include system exploitation, but rather abusing networking protocols and stacks to take over, infiltrate, and knock out. Sessions can be managed to quickly poison and sniff multiple systems at once, dumping sensitive information automatically or to the attacker...

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Vonteera Adware Can Disable Your Antivirus
Nov27

Vonteera Adware Can Disable Your Antivirus

Be Safe Out There Vonteera is a Trojan Horse which can destroy your Antivirus. Thought you were safe because you had Antivirus program on your computer and could visit any website you want? Even though it was suspicious? Normally adwares is downloaded or installed on computers by the user themselves. By visiting sites which has bunch of intrusive ads and pop us. Or may be you are downloading something and you have this download a...

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Dell Computers Vulnerable To Man In The Middle Attack
Nov26

Dell Computers Vulnerable To Man In The Middle Attack

Not one but two vulnerabilities                   Some Dell computers are found to be vulnerable to man in the middle attack. This is because an issue with a root certificate authority. The vulnerable was discovered by Joe Nord, who pointed out that a certificate named eDellRoot which was valid till 2039. This certificate is installed by Dell, on a number of computers with private keys. The...

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Google Leaves Easter Egg For Star Wars Fans
Nov26

Google Leaves Easter Egg For Star Wars Fans

The Force Awakens Google has left an Easter Egg for all Star Wars Fans. Just go on Google and type “A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away” and Google will display something magical or not. While this may seem not much, because it is after all just a crawl. Said a lot already? Well try it yourself and We would love to see more Easter Eggs from Google. Like this:Like...

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“Phuc Dat Bich” Hoax To Fool News Media And Facebook
Nov25

“Phuc Dat Bich” Hoax To Fool News Media And Facebook

All In Good In The End?                       In January, a man posted to Facebook a screenshot of an Australian passport which showed his full legal name was Phuc Dat Bich. He claimed that Facebook discriminated him because of his name. The screenshot went viral in mid November as news site started to publish the screenshot. A post on Facebook says that it was all a hoax. Was...

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