Posts Tagged ‘security’
I spent some time on analyzing password usage using the data that leaked from couple of Sony hacks few days ago. The results are pretty scary. The data size: 38698 users on 2 sites. Top ten most used passwords are: seinfeld password winner 123456 purple sweeps contest princess maggie peanut So if you have a [...]
Netresec released a new Windows network sniffer tool that looks promising: RawCap. It has no winpcap dependencies and with its small 17kB foot print it does not require installing. (Having said that you still need .NET Framework libraries and DLLs.) Here are the properties of RawCap from their webpage: Can sniff any interface that has [...]
OK, the title means: World of Warcraft One Time Password Goodness. I just got my OTP generator from Blizzard. It has a nice horde colors touch. The activation was very simple. I was expecting that it would replace my static password, but it didn’t. Instead it asks your password first (what you know) then it [...]
nmap version 5 is released today. According to insecure.org it’s the most important release since 1997. Here is the changelog, Here are the release notes, And here is the download link. I want to mention one more time how much I appreciate all work done on this exceptional product.