Capturing network communication based on the TCP protocol and modifying it by creating a specialized Man-in-the-Middle proxy is one of many practices used for searching for security flaws in network applications. In this article, we will focus on the use of the cross-platform open-source application PETEP for testing fat clients using TCP protocols and show a simplified attack procedure on a sample vulnerable application.
ATMs have been an integral part of our lives for several decades now. But is the money really safe?
What is the actual functional equipment of the malware under investigation, and what options does it offer to the attacker if successfully implemented? If there is an infection, is it enough to delete one file or is a complete system reinstallation required? The final part of the three articles on the analysis of a suspicious Java file discusses the very core of the malware and its individual components.
In this article, we will discuss detail a very interesting device called Bash Bunny in detail. Let’s take a look at how to obtain, configure, write your own custom payloads, and use the Bash Bunny to launch effective attacks.
How to use static analysis for cracking the encryption used by the author of the malware, and what information can be revealed about the author? The second part of an article on the analysis of a suspicious Java file out of three describes the penetration of another protective layer and partially uncovers the attacker.