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Small update

Small update

So… Back again Took me a while but I like the new layout… Posts will be back to normal starting this weekend. …And will hopefully release a new free Android tool for websites sometime soon, so stay tuned! Share...

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Some considerations on finance, security and Apple, JP Morgan and Sony attacks

Some considerations on finance, security and Apple, JP Morgan and Sony attacks

There is a side that seems to be unnoticed everytime there is a big attack that made me write this article – I wanted to do some considerations on how finance securitity and latest Sony attacks (but not only) are linked. It seems that lately, big, widespread attacks make it on the news more often, and are becoming increasingly aggressive. Although I can make some technical considerations on this (and will do an an article later next...

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Hacking samba shares and attacking my Qnap (without Metasploit)…

Hacking samba shares and attacking my Qnap (without Metasploit)…

So, it has been a while since I made an article, unfortunately I spent (and probably will spend) too much time trying to recover my old V40 PC… Can’t wait to give it a hard drive 30 years later! Back to hacking samba shares now (and my qnap server). Let’s try to get some info on the server, nmap is always a good start Starting Nmap 6.00 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2014-11-30 15:33 CET Nmap scan report for victimHost.home (192.168.1.12) Host is...

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Are your devices secure? Firmware hacking

Are your devices secure? Firmware hacking

How to hack your firmware – this might seem like a complex topic. In some cases it is, but nowadays, this is not always the case. Some unix skills and just a bit of social engineering might be enough to make your company or home insecure. There are several ways through which a company or a person might have received a compromised device: A company receives a demo hardware from the company in the mail, why not trying it? The guy in...

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Arduino Yun VS Raspberry PI B+

Arduino Yun VS Raspberry PI B+

Why Arduino Yun VS Raspberry PI B+? It is always good to have a direct comparison I think, and although I believe they cover two different areas (Yun remains solid on its Arduino foundations, while the Raspberry PI wants to be more like a mini-linux desktop) Specs I won’t go through the specs in detail, there are plenty of blogs for that. Suffice to say the arduino has basically one RJ45 ethernet port, one USB port, one micro-USB port (for...

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Sun e450 refresh guide [Part 1]

Sun e450 refresh guide [Part 1]

So it’s been a while as I have been on holiday – I am planning lots of things, and hopefully soon I will be able to dedicate some more time to security as I will dive more in security research (have lots of ideas on tools to write, maybe a re-code of annfid) Now, amongst the various things, before the holidays I bought two Sun e450 (or enterprise 450) and thought about writing a proper Sun e450 refresh guide. I know what you...

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Arduino Pulsesensor review (with Arduino micro)

Arduino Pulsesensor review (with Arduino micro)

So, in the previous post I said I am interested in hacking the human being… Now, biohacking is not a new topic, there are plenty of websites and blogs on this, and I will surely cover the topic in more detail later. Amongst the various topics (galvanic response, brainwave sensors and so on…) I think one good indicator is heartbeats. Heartbeats can increase or decrease under stress, so can be an excellent feedback mechanism....

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