The May issue of Hakin9 Magazine is out!

hakin9 May 2014The may issue of Hakin9 Magazine is out!

This month’s magazine includes my article, “Detecting and Exploiting the OpenSSL-Heartbleed Vulnerability”:

“In this article we will discuss how to detect systems that are vulnerable to the OpenSSL-Heartbleed vulnerability and learn how to exploit them using Metasploit on Kali Linux.”

It is a step-by-step tutorial that shows how to detect systems that are vulnerable to the Heartbleed exploit in your organization and also shows how to exploit the bug.

Check out the intro to the article here.

Also in this issue:

What is Reverse Engineering

by Aman Singh

Reverse engineering as this article will discuss it is simply the act of figuring out what software that you have no source code for does in a particular feature or function to the degree that you can either modify this code, or reproduce it in another independent work.

Write Your Own Debugger

by Amr Thabet

Do you want to write your own debugger? Do you have a new technology and see the already known products like OllyDbg or IDA Pro don’t have this technology? … Do you write plugins in OllyDbg and IDA Pro but you need to convert it into a separate application? …

The Logic Breaks Logic

by Raheel Ahmad

People – Process – Technology, your Internet industry is based on these three words as a base of everything including the software market. Think for a second and you will realize that the Software industry is actually driven from the keyboard of a programmer and in reality it’s the logic design by the programmer.

Playing with the Ports Redirection 49

by Davide Peruzzi

Whether you are performing a penetration test or that your goal is to debug an error in your complicated corporate network or, why not, to bypass control of a very restrictive firewall that does not allows to display web pages categorized as “hacking”, the port redirection is a technique as basic as it is powerful.

And much more, check it out!

~ by D. Dieterle on May 14, 2014.

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