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HaKin9 21st Century Hacking Techniques 05_2009

HaKin9 21st Century Hacking Techniques 05_2009

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t is an amazing thing that when we start looking for new challenges or ideas, it turnsout that they are really hard to find. It seems that they are hidden out of sight andat times are really hard to perceive. I would imagine you have been in a situation where you wanted to – let’s say – hack some website or develop some new code; and your mind was blank, and you had no idea of how to do it. I think that happens to eachand everyone of us, if not often then at least once.I think that all of us want to avoid being stuck in such situations. We always want tohave fresh and new ideas of how to overcome obstacles and find solutions to all our difficult and complicated tasks.I think, the reason we reach this situation could be because of boredom, a repetitiveroutine or just the lack of inspiration coming from an external stimulus – somethingnew and different. Sometimes, it seems that most techniques used are old and useless;but it is not true. New ideas exist and you need to be made aware of them to finally use them – constructively or creatively. We want to show you what has been perhapshidden so far from you.I hope that our magazine achieves in helping and supporting you with your daily tasks. We always aim at providing the most up to date issue by presenting modernhacking techniques often required and sought out by everyone in the respected areas.In this issue our lead article on
Hacking ASLR and Stack Canaries on Modern Linux 
 (p. 20) looks at overcoming stack canaries on Linux systems which should prove to bequite appealing to the advocates of stack canaries in operating systems, as the author details a proof of concept that bypasses the protection mechanism.On the other hand we have solutions related to computer forensics which can bediscovered by reading the next two articles on page 12 entitled
Windows Timeline
 
 Analysis
 written by Harlan Carvey, the first part of a three-part series, and on page 38the article entitled
My ERP Got Hacked 
by Ismael Valenzuela. The article by Valenzuelais the second part of his article presenting a practical explanation and hot tips on howto investigate and analyze the digital evidence found during the course of a computer  forensics investigation. As we all know, computer forensics is a very interesting fieldand I think that you will enjoy the articles on this subject.For all of you who want to hack at passwords and learn how to do so can read thearticle on brute-forcing passwords on page 46 (
First Password Shooters
written by TamHanna).If you are a fan of Java and Javascript (not really Java) then you need to readthe related articles. The first one is a really interesting article on how to hack JSONPmashup entitled
Mashup Security 
written by Antonio Fanelli and the second one is
RSA & AES in Java
written by Michael Schratt. Staying up to date and secure with Web 2.0 and what drives it is always important on what the Internet has evolved to andthe second article will be interesting for all of you who want to know more about theencryption and decryption of files and any issues you may come across.In this Hakin9 issue you will find 8 articles. I think that this issue of the Hakin9magazine will give you some good feedback and fresh ideas in various areas.Moreover, if you have any ideas for topics that you would like to see us cover in upcoming issues, please let us know. So keep the mails coming in!Kind Regards
Hakin9 teamen@hakin9.org
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