SecurityTracker.com


Being a security person, it is important that you keep track of the latest vulnerabilities, news and any sort that is related.  Refer securitytracker.com, one of the many places you can get updated.

Link: http://www.securitytracker.com/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/securitytracker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chromium | Your fastest browser solution for Ubuntu


Firefox 5 has been a hassle these days.  Thank someone that has found a vulnerability in Firefox 4.0.1 now I have to upgrade and to my outcome, it lags terribly.  Only solution was to re-install but the same outcome over and over again did I encounter.  Luckily, there’s Chrome for Linux and it is Chromium!  You can do a quick “sudo apt-get install chromium” to install it.

Source: http://www.chromium.org/

So You’re Sick Of Being A SKIDDIE? Let’s Hack For Real


This post below is an article written by michaeljay from HackForums, you can see the original post here.  I find it quite informative and it has quality over other similar threads.

Then what can you do about it?

Sick of just being able to push buttons and not know what you’re doing? Tired of seeing error messages in aircrack and being frozen because you have no real idea of what you’re typing? I saw a thread here from someone saying he’s sick of being a skiddie, so I figured I’d write this post up to explain how I went from being a skiddie to someone who knows his way around various protocols and techniques. Not that I consider myself a l337 hax0r, by any means. Most of the posters here would blow me away with their skill and knowledge. But I feel I’ve got some stuff to share, and my girlfriend is doing her own thing tonight, so I’m going to write this post up for you. For good or for evil. Read the rest of this entry »

Missing nm-applet in Ubuntu Maverick


Alright, cause I had my nm-applet missing for some forgotten reason, I had to switch to Wicd; an alternative for managing wireless networks.  If you came here for Wicd, you can always type

sudo apt-get install wicd

After accidentally removed nm-applet from my top panel, I had to do some googling and I actually suffered not having it for few days!  Running nm-applet on terminal shows the message “nm notification something … removed … notification area”.  Google told me it might have to do with icon packages which wasn’t the case.  After days of using Wicd, I am now officially removing it thanks to the solution I found and tried.

It was a simple, Right Click Panel > Add To Panel > Notification Area.

Looking for a vulnerable Workstation?


If you are by chance looking for a vulnerable workstation that has exploits ready to bring into action, check out Metasploitable.

Steal cookies, use or eat them?


Upon researching how to run Karmetasploit on my laptop, my next finding is to figure out how do I use these cookies.  I haven’t got any answers but here are some relevant data to my findings.

1.) http://www.offensive-security.com/metasploit-unleashed/Karmetasploit_Attack_Analysis
2.) http://www.linuxweblog.com/postgresql-reference
3.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hL3H70jcSEo

rootkit.com hacked.


For those that does not know about this, rootkit.com has been hacked some time ago.  If you are trying to access files from rootkit.com you are most unlikely to get them.  Try http://downforeveryoneorjustme.org/rootkit.com if you are wondering if rootkit.com is not working for you or everybody else.  What you can do is use Google and search for other uploaded sources.