GitHub is a very good software repository but it can be also used to find vulnerabilities using its own search engine…
I was looking for a CMS and i found this one that seems really good but after 10 minutes I found a XSS vulnerability in the FCKEditor plugin.
Simple tool for testing the security of your hashed password max 20 hash per request. Supported Algos MD5, LM, MYSQL-4, MYSQL-5, SHA-1, SHA-224 and more… Check Hashes.org for more infos.
Simple tool for testing the security of your MD5, LM, MYSQL-4, MYSQL-5, SHA-1, SHA-224 hashed password.
Few days ago i was working with windows phone media streaming and i’ve produced a file wmv (Windows Media Video) that crash the phone when opened in the browser’s player.
I don’t know how to debug native apps so i can’t localize where the bug is. I put the file here for further analysis.
Rar MD5 Hash: b2ca3a13354b2349514782443d23211d
It’s been a while since i wrote my last thread, life goes fast and the time is always less than before. Anyway lately i found an interesting target that push me up to write few lines about this case. Someone i knew in a forum has posted a thread regarding a software (an Epson print cartridges resetter) that use a server validation to work, nothing special but i had some free time and i start working on it.
A friend of mine has told me about this website so I take a look at it and i was impressed to see thousands of free live webcam with any sorts of sex perversions (sounds like a piece of paradise or hell depends from the points of view). Therefore i start thinking about security and, after 10 minutes, i found a critical flaw in the user profile.