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5 years ago
nullmind
On answer to id, don't know the percent however, few days later of kaspersky, a product reseller of bitdefender (bitdefender.pt) was affected followed by F-Secure. Those are important names on the security software market, if we count that the others are symantec, trendmicro, sophos, panda and maybe CA, we could say that the percent is about 30% I think that the real problem is not the fact
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
I just entered there and came here to see if there's anything about it...go figure It's indeed a very sad thing ronald's web was one of the few you find in the web that it was worth reading and I must say I enjoyed every post he did since I found his site. I would like to see him keeping his web somewhere else, different domain and host if needed but if his choice in the end, so the only thi
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
Welcome, hope you have fun in here :)
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
I would assume that, given that test, is just the browsers loading what it has as temporary data If you really want to test that server's response isn't being cached, you could just use some local proxy (paros, webscarab, whatever...) or any tool to see http headers (livehttpheaders on firefox) and look for the response code, if the no-cache isn't working as you expected, you should see a 304 r
Forum: CSRF and Session Info
5 years ago
nullmind
Well, to be honest I didn't notice when I tried but I don't think that is a licensing bug Acunetix surely is a union of other projects which might use their own licenses, isn't uncommon for this kind of projects, every module is either developed inside the company or borrowed from someone who already did it The GPL license (AFAIK) let's you use products that are not licensed under GPL by usi
Forum: Vendor Talk
5 years ago
nullmind
It sounds more like an unconsciousness desire than the lack of coffee...what a bad person you are :c
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
Well, I can't deny that I like this version better than the previous post ;)
Forum: Privacy
5 years ago
nullmind
yeah, and they're the bosses.... I think I'll try cryptic_mauler's choice about IT becuase as things are right now I can't say that I'm having a lot of fun with it :P
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
The problem with IT is that many times the person who hires you or is in charge of writing the checks is just a business man, and when it comes to security is very difficult to keep working on those bases Say you're trying to explain this business person why is better to use a DMZ network to set the web server or why to do all the hard work in creating a VPN to manage the entire infrastructure
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
hmmm... maybe is not so bad to have a blank password ;) If you think that the average intruder will try a set of default passwords and maybe some dictionary file, every access try will fail because every password tried will be not null :P Isn't something that I will really try to put at test though Going back to topic, I think that, first, you're in the good road by understanding that th
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
yeah, the buzz always help to put the security problem on perspective :) I don't know if we'll come to a time where people actually realize that in order to do things right you need the right person to do it, not a "bussines person" but someone actually "capable" and quite frankly is hard to believe it'll happen There are all sort of excuses for this aswell like "no
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
feel better thrill? :) If there's something that I couldn't be more agree on is in the leave them in charge part. Sadly, history have prooved that the most efective way for that kind of people to understand and practice security is by suffering when security isn't accounted You can count over a long list of excuses from "we don't have anything that an intruder might be interested in&
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
Welcome Eric :) I hope you find in here the knowledge you're looking for while having fun with the minds in this board See you aroung ;)
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
This is becoming by far my funniest presentation post ever :P
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
nah, even if that were the case there's no reason to include the same links twice =/
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
Everything is acceptable if the place and moment is right; Say you're with your friends watching some sort of leet tv show there's nothing wrong in saying "ROFL! did ya' see that? w00t!" =)
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
That's pretty messed up and more if we're talking at professional level, not that by using it one day you're unprofessional, but actually use it in a regular basis doesn't seem right Thanksfully where I live I haven't encountered (yet) anyone who actually "talk" using those sort of things but I'm pretty sure that if I do I'll be asking about what those words means and the person will
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
Indeed, I think that is more sad to know that this isn't a problem of just one language, all of them have been damage in one way or the other thanks to bad habits, most of all in young people, sad enough, they're suppose to be the future *sigh*
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
Well, I'm also lazy so I think that "aquired bad habit" defines the problem better =) I think that there are times and places for everything, including those bad habits, in an active irc chat can be difficult to avoid the bad habit since everyone is writing and sending things so fast that if you take the time to write properly it may be too late because the sentence probably doesn't h
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
What a funny question xD Interesting that Jeremiah said that this technique has been known from 6 years now, is always sad to see that people knew about a problem for so many time without paying too much attention to it until of course it begins to blow up in everyone's face ^^
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
Gracias por la bienvenida ;) Several people have told me that, I think that's because doesn't really care about comunicating properly =/ but it's very easy to be misunderstood so I do my best to write correctly or at least, to be understood Thanks for the welcome thrill =)
Forum: Intro
5 years ago
nullmind
Well, besides thinking about going back to gopher, bbs, mosiac or anything in between, what really scares me is the fact that security problems have been around from a long time but just recently all you see is very serious flaws in the sense that they can reach an extremly large amount of services, products and people. The dan's DNS flaw was one, and I'm not saying that clickjacking can be equ
Forum: News and Links
5 years ago
nullmind
Introductory post as usually when you're new somewhere. I've being around this forum and the ha.ckers page for sometime now which I've enjoyed a lot, I think that is because the way the content is viewed and discussed, I mean, is not a thing like "hey, lets xss them for fun and profit!" there's more concern about the true problem behind the insecurities that are around the web as it i
Forum: Intro
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