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Posted on Thursday, 11th March 2010 by Michael

Hacking the Magic Jack in 2010 for use on Trixbox or any other SIP device The concept and art of hacking the Magic Jack is actually really old. The reason I am writing this is that over the last year the process has become much harder. There is definitely ample information available online that if […]

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Posted on Friday, 5th March 2010 by Michael

Vista Antivirus 2010 Quick removal Vista 2010 is a rogue anti-virus program that is usually advertised through the use of pop ups and fake security alerts that state that your computer is infected and that you should run an online anti-malware scan. Once the rogue program is installed, it will claim to scan your computer […]

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Posted on Monday, 8th February 2010 by Michael

BlueCoat Web Proxy Bypass Several months ago an organization I work for implemented BlueCoat Web Proxy but they did not purchase a SSL offload card (required for organizations of our size as a license alone would bog down the rest of the box) or a SSL License. This basically limited the ability for us to […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 26th January 2010 by Michael

Using your web server logs to find compromised web servers Some people use Google and Google hacking Database to find their targets and others use their own servers to find potential compromised boxes. In this quick little update I am going to give you a basic idea on how to use your web server’s access […]

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Posted on Monday, 25th January 2010 by Michael

Poison Ivy Revisited Over a year ago I wrote a post on the Poison Ivy Trojan (Tool) by the team over at http://poisonivy-rat.com. The original post can be found here http://digitaloffensive.genxweb.net/2009/09/fun-with-poison-ivy/. I wanted to take a few minutes to add another function I discovered at the last CCDC that made this tool that much better. […]

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Posted on Saturday, 26th September 2009 by Michael

A little command line FU for you.  Small but effective Free IPS and Firewall. First off here are a few caveats that I need to mention before I get bombarded by people complaining that it does not always work. This requires a state full connection IE. icmp will not get detected. The connection may get […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 23rd September 2009 by Michael

BlackBerry Firewall guide A few months ago I wrote for Informit.com and had my buddy Seth Fogie publish my article that I wrote on the BlackBerry Firewall. You can find the article here: http://www.informit.com/guides/content.aspx?g=security&seqNum=348

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Posted on Wednesday, 23rd September 2009 by Michael

Authentication Proxies: Secure or Not? A while back I wrote on cached credentials and proxy authentication in regards to spyware. Well I rewrote the paper and cleaned it up a bit. I then had informit.com publish it for me. to see it check out the url below.  This one includes the .net code to make […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 23rd September 2009 by Michael

Fun with Poison Ivy Poison Ivy is a remote access Trojan (Tool) that can be found at the following URL: http://poisonivy-rat.com and a support forum can be found here http://ratforge.net/forums/ . Please note that these are Trojans and www.digitaloffensive.com nor any of its staff are responsible for any use or misuse that you do with […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 23rd September 2009 by Michael

CACHED CREDENTIALS, PROXY AUTHENTICATION and SPYWARE OH MY! Recently a client of mine and I had a long winded debate about the dangers of not protecting machines from spyware and other malware. The client swore up and down that since they had an authenticating proxy that required the windows cached credentials to access the internet […]

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