If you remember about my older post about the open source tool to protect against MBR infections - MBRFilter. All of a sudden one of my test machines started dying with the famous BSOD. I was able to recover from the error as I figured the error was with MBRFilter.sys. However, I saw that there are no clear instructions on uninstalling the driver. This post tells you how do to Read more about How to: Uninstall MBRFilter?
Archives for August 2017
All of us know what static binary analysis means. It means that the analysis of the binary is performed without actually executing it. Almost two years ago, an open source framework - Pharos, was created by the Carnegie Mellon SEI, CERT Division in collaboration with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory was released. This post is about the framework which supports reverse Read more about Pharos: A Static Binary Analysis Framework
Almost five months ago, I covered this automated penetration testing toolkit. I was updating my tools today and found that this toolkit was also updated some time ago. This is the APT2 v1.0-20170613 release, which was released almost 2 months ago. Read more about Automated Penetration Testing Toolkit UPDATE: APT2 v1.0-20170613!
My first post about this open source OWASP project was about an older version. This post discusses the changes made to the open source software composition analysis utility in the latest release yesterday. This is the OWASP Dependency-Check 2.1.1! This release contains a few known threading issues that can affect the Jenkins implementation; these have not been fixed in this Read more about UPDATE: OWASP Dependency-Check 2.1.1!
My last post about this open sources research framework was approximately three weeks ago. Recently, two new versions were released in quick succession - 0.17.1 & OSRFramework 0.17.2. This post covers the changes and advancements made to both these versions. Read more about UPDATE: OSRFramework 0.17.2