Category: Hacking

Your Live Security Camera Footage May Be Broadcasted Online: And You Wouldn’t Know!

Live video feeds of home and commercial surveillance cameras around the globe are being broadcasted live and without permission on a site called Insecam, which is believed to have originated from Russia. Other sites like Shodan and Nestcamdirectory also provide visitors with the ability to look up IP cameras; however, Insecam aggregates these live video streams all into one ...

PenTest Edition: Wireshark

Wireshark is a GUI, cross-platform, open-source protocol and packet analyzer available for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS, BSD, Solaris, and some other Unix-like operating systems. As a packet analyzer, Wireshark's functionality includes network troubleshooting, packet capture analysis, real-time network traffic observation, examining security problems, protocol implementation debugging, and reconnaissance. If you're already familiar with tcpdump or ...

“150 million MyFitnessPal Accounts Compromised,” says Under Armour

As of March 29, 2018, Under Armour is reporting that 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts were compromised, leaving millions of usernames, E-mail addresses, and hashed passwords in an unauthorized third party’s hands. Due to the scope of the incident, this would be the largest data breach this year. If you re-use your MyFitnessPal password for any ...

PenTest Edition: Wi-Fi Testing with Wifite

Wifite is another wireless auditing tool that comes prepackaged in Kali Linux. This is perhaps the easiest tool so far, seeing as it automates the entire process, making it much easier for penetration testers to quickly test the security of wireless networks. You may be wondering if it's okay to display the SSIDs and BSSIDs ...