Category Archives: Linux

First Post from My Revived Blog

After vacuum for about 2 years, now with a new look of my blog, i am ready to start new stories all about networking and security. Now, with my job position as network & system engineer on my office, i will start all concept and implementation within my corporate. With many networking equipments, network &… Read More »

10+ things you should know about rootkits

By Michael Kassner, Techrepublic Malware-based rootkits fuel a multibillion dollar spyware industry by stealing individual or corporate financial information. If that weren’t bad enough, rootkit-based botnets generate untold amounts of spam. Here’s a look at what rootkits are and what to do about them. Rootkits are complex and ever changing, which makes it difficult to… Read More »

Samurai Web Testing Framework – Web Application Security LiveCD

Most penetration tests are focused on either network attacks or web application attacks. Given this separation, many pen testers themselves have understandably followed suit, specializing in one type of test or the other. While such specialization is a sign of a vibrant, healthy penetration testing industry, tests focused on only one of these aspects of… Read More »

The Power of SSH Tunnel

_____________________________________________ with loves, with efforts, with knowledges knowing the best for ur best __illuminator__ http://wafa.id _____________________________________________ SSH is known for its secure shellprotocol, from wikipedia.org its explain that : Secure Shell or SSH is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged over a secure channel between two computers. Encryption provides confidentiality and integrity… Read More »