Zero Day posted a list of tools and applications that were released at Defcon 16. The applications run the gamut, from Beholder, an open source wireless IDS tool, to CollabREate, a reverse-engineering plugin that allows multiple people to share a single project. The list covers a lot of ground, and there’s a lot for hackers to play around with and explore. It’s nice to see someone bothering to maintain a list since the majority of conference tools just get lost in the shuffle and are never seen again.
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The kiosk hack presentation was awesome. “Any internet kiosk owned in 2 minutes or less”. It also serves as a nice repository of common exploits for systems running IE.
Great post, thanx
Great post, thanx.
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