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Fuzzing vs Reversing – Round #2 (Reversing)

22nd November 2010 - by zelik

After a few days of fuzzing, I noticed that I covered a large part of the format (at least the part I found interesting) so I then began reverse engineering the format more thoroughly. I started by mapping out the tag-types and reviewing functions that parse them.

Fuzzing vs Reversing – Round #1 (Fuzzing)

22nd November 2010 - by zelik

I have recently been doing some fuzzing on the Adobe Flash Player. I started by implementing a simple format fuzzer for Flash based on a homegrown framework that I have been developing for awhile. I implemented and executed tests and progressively covered more and more of the format. After a few days, I noticed one of the SWF files causing strange crashes, the “Just in time” debugger gets triggered but the process is terminated.

vBulletin – A Journey Into 0day Exploitation

16th November 2010 - by MaXe

The popular vBulletin software is generally a quite secure forum application if you exclude the minimal amount of vulnerable addons. However, when new features are occasionally included, such as Profile Customization, a new vulnerability might be born.

Foxit Reader Stack Overflow Exploit – Egghunter Edition

14th November 2010 - by dookie2000ca

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Some time ago, when Adobe Reader 0days were dropping left, right, and centre, Foxit Reader was frequently mentioned as a safer alternative to using Adobe. While it may be true that there are not as many exploits available for Foxit, that does not mean that it is invincible.

Google Hacking Database Reborn

9th November 2010 - by admin

The incredible amount of information continuously leaked onto the Internet, and therefore accessible by Google, is of great use to penetration testers around the world.  Johnny Long of Hackers for Charity started the Google Hacking Database (GHDB) to serve as a repository for search terms, called Google-Dorks, that expose sensitive information, vulnerabilities, passwords, and much more.

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