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Playing around with NSA’s hacking tools

On Friday April 14th 2017 ShadowBrokers leaked a new bunch of hacking tools, supposedly obtained from equation group (suspectedly tied to the NSA). Like many I decided to have a look at what’s in the package, and play around with it a little. Here are my initial findings. Several exploits The package contains quite a fewRead more »

What awaits us in the security field in 2017?

It is now high time to make predictions for 2017. I am therefore selecting four developments for which I foresee a large impact. 1. Ransomware 2.0 Ransomware’s revenue model has proven incredibly lucrative for cybercriminals. The form in which this threat comes to us will however soon change. We have already seen examples of ransomwareRead more »

AV Performance Boost: Endpooint Security 10 Threat Prevention

Let’s have a look at antivirus and performance. Particularly, let’s look at improvements that come with Endpoint Security 10.2 (ENS10) threat Prevention, the successor of Virusscan Enterprise (VSE). The full Endpoint Security 10 installation also replaces Host Intrustion Prevention Firewall (HIPS FW) and SiteAdvisor Enterprise (SAE), but offers some other additions as well. The classicRead more »

Our pentester on tour: Advanced Windows Exploitation course review

This summer, DearBytes pentesters participated in the Advanced Windows Exploitation (AWE) course in Las Vegas. During this course, several exploits and software bugs were examined, which allow vulnerable systems to be attacked, including Flash HeapSpray in Adobe Flash Player on Windows 10 and breaking out of the Symantec sandbox and the Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation ExperienceRead more »

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