FlasHack (III)

Welcome back to the FlasHack posts, today we are going to discuss the Flash Local Shared Objects or also knows as Flash cookies. These are files used by Adobe Flash to store information related to the movies and store some information that is going to be interesting during a pentesting or a forensic assessment. They are stored in different places in each operating system: Windows %APPDATA%MacromediaFlash Player#SharedObjects<random code><domain><path – maybe°><object…

Security talk at Reading Geek Night – FlasHack

Hi! Lovely summer, isnt it? 🙂 I’m enjoying carrying out a lot of testing, researching and also a bit of developing. But I always try to make time for sharing knowledge! I think sharing is the best part of the hacking community (and the Internet), people writing articles, blog posts and also twitts sharing their experience of computer security. And I love doing it when I can, especially as I…

Back from RootedCon 2010 | InteliSecure

I know, I didn’t write anything about the Rootedcon as I promised last week but following the congress I came up with some new ideas and I have been busy coding them. I don’t know how to describe the congress. Simply amazing is a good approach. I met a lot of fantastic people and saw a lot of friends again. And, of course, we talked and learnt about security, so,…

Using Firefox as a penetration test tool

Today I’m going to do a speak at “Reading Geek Night 4” about how to use Firefox as a pentesting tool. It’s going to be a short talk with some demos and I’ll show different more or less common Firefox extensions and how use them to bypass or test the security in web pages. You can read more about it at the official web page. See you there! UPDATE: I…