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[2012-10-04] - 02:59:31 - "pdp" - @ethicalhack3r @marcwickenden samy is on the list? Any public XSS attacks before that?

[2012-10-04] - 02:59:31 - "pdp" - @Rob_OEM true :) how could I forget this. This reminds of the Skype and AIM XSS attacks.

[2012-10-04] - 02:59:31 - "pdp" - any interesting XSS attacks in 2012?

[2012-10-04] - 00:20:58 - "grecs" - RT @ErrataRob: SHA1/SHA2/SHA512 are all based on MD4. K????? is not, so any attack on SHA2 is unlikely to work on SHA3. Having both is good.

[2012-10-03] - 23:29:21 - " CoreSecurity" - Clues re: who?s behind massive DDoS #cyberattacks on US banks http://t.co/GQUZebN1 via @csmonitor Tons of coverage on this.

[2012-10-03] - 22:50:22 - " CiscoSecurity" - How Cisco security researchers dealt with the DDoS attacks on financial institutions: http://t.co/tMYsOnoz

[2012-10-03] - 22:25:46 - "sambowne" - RT @grecs: RT @ErrataRob: SHA1/SHA2/SHA512 are all based on MD4. K????? is not, so any attack on SHA2 is unlikely to work on SHA3. Havin ...

[2012-10-03] - 22:25:03 - "ryanaraine" - is there *anyone* with first hand knowledge of the ddos attacks on u.s. banks? everything i've seen is conjecture/guesswork

[2012-10-03] - 22:22:11 - " robdew" - pdfs typically used to deliver 0-day and subsequent AV company whitepapers about those same attacks - @coryaltheide

[2012-10-03] - 21:29:34 - "slandail" - RT @Jacadis: Direct msg us for copy of @slandail Jerod Brennen's preso to #GrrCON @GrrCON: guide to preventing/mitigating DDoS attacks # ...

[2012-10-03] - 19:04:13 - "GNUCITIZEN" - RT @pdp: any interesting XSS attacks in 2012?:

[2012-10-03] - 18:41:09 - "asintsov" - RT @ErrataRob: SHA1/SHA2/SHA512 are all based on MD4. K????? is not, so any attack on SHA2 is unlikely to work on SHA3. Having both is good.

[2012-10-03] - 18:36:55 - "ITDataSecurity" - DDoS attacks used compromised web servers and 30 million packets per second http://t.co/AhyjfCqT (SC Mag)

[2012-10-03] - 16:52:49 - "ebordac" - Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Call Manager) PIN brute force attack -- http://t.co/fy7FwH7r

[2012-10-03] - 15:36:58 - "singe" - Hash length extension attacks are breaking my brain. Does MD5 have an 8byte length field for every 56bytes of input data? #hashext

[2012-10-03] - 15:07:33 - "SCmagazineUK" - DDoS attacks on US banks used compromised web servers and 30 million packets per second http://t.co/gZHRzxwJ

[2012-10-03] - 10:48:31 - "teamcymru" - Expert fingers DDoS toolkit used in bank cyberattackshttp://t.co/lVXfxVr2

[2012-10-03] - 10:48:31 - "teamcymru" - Financial Armageddon: Are the current DDOS attacks against U.S. Banks what we always worried about?http://t.co/A2HdxvHf

[2012-10-03] - 10:04:42 - "revskills" - RT @daboblog: White House confirms cyberattack -- http://t.co/5JALlWiN | Técnica, spear phishing o el factor humano. Ingeniería ...

[2012-10-03] - 10:04:23 - "r00tbsd" - RT @codelancer: From a DDoS perspective, they are on the level of a Stuxnet type of attack http://t.co/cPMPbMlx O'RLY?

[2012-10-03] - 09:04:11 - " theharmonyguy" - RT @ErrataRob: SHA1/SHA2/SHA512 are all based on MD4. K????? is not, so any attack on SHA2 is unlikely to work on SHA3. Having both is good.

[2012-10-03] - 07:34:58 - "MarioVilas" - RT @ErrataRob: SHA1/SHA2/SHA512 are all based on MD4. K????? is not, so any attack on SHA2 is unlikely to work on SHA3. Having both is good.

[2012-10-03] - 05:48:17 - "securityshell" - DDoS attacks: 150Gb per second and rising http://t.co/6CAnPdlp

[2012-10-03] - 02:53:25 - "hypatiadotca" - From @0xcharlie's talk: RFID sleeves will protect you from the attack that's almost impossible to execute, but not the one that's easy to.

[2012-10-03] - 01:24:20 - "dakami" - RT @ErrataRob: SHA1/SHA2/SHA512 are all based on MD4. K????? is not, so any attack on SHA2 is unlikely to work on SHA3. Having both is good.

[2012-10-03] - 00:08:33 - "helpnetsecurity" - DDoS attacks reach new level of sophistication - http://t.co/ROd5Ygi1 - @prolexic

[2012-10-02] - 23:18:16 - "DarkOperator" - Router flaw allowed DNS attack on 4.5 million home routers http://t.co/6eLJEzsW

[2012-10-02] - 22:37:22 - "ITDataSecurity" - White House attack once again demonstrates how vulnerable staff are to spear phishing http://t.co/0o4cRxpa (SC Mag)

[2012-10-02] - 21:48:39 - "kakroo" - Former Pirate Bay hoster raided, and shut down by DDoS attack http://t.co/dhswZzES

[2012-10-02] - 21:25:29 - "MarioVilas" - RT @desmondholden: If @attritionorg tracked infosec press the whole industry would collapse. Seen perhaps 2 articles on the DDoS attacks ...

[2012-10-02] - 20:14:42 - " SCmagazineUK" - White House attack once again demonstrates how vulnerable staff are to spear phishing - SC Magazine UK http://t.co/JHeKc0SC

[2012-10-02] - 20:06:39 - "securitywatch" - RT @briankrebs: Switch browsers in response to 0days? I found that IE was under 0day attack for 89 to 152 days in last 19 months http:// ...

[2012-10-02] - 19:45:49 - "DarkReading" - White House admits it was hit with a phishing attack, but no classified systems were affected and no data siphoned: http://t.co/9aQ5sY64

[2012-10-02] - 19:41:09 - " attritionorg" - RT @desmondholden: If @attritionorg tracked infosec press the whole industry would collapse. Seen perhaps 2 articles on the DDoS attacks ...

[2012-10-02] - 19:30:52 - "stevewerby" - @0xcharlie described an NFC protocol attack vector of replacing tags. Even harder to detect than rogue QR codes I've been testing. #sectorca

[2012-10-02] - 18:37:00 - "sandrogauci" - RT @malerisch: Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Call Manager) PIN brute force attack - http://t.co/b2SPq455 - useful stuph

[2012-10-02] - 16:29:48 - "CanDeger" - DDoS attacks reach new level of sophistication http://t.co/QH7LnPer

[2012-10-02] - 15:14:25 - "briankrebs" - Switch browsers in response to 0days? I found that IE was under 0day attack for 89 to 152 days in last 19 months http://t.co/Kw4CrBLa

[2012-10-02] - 15:14:25 - "briankrebs" - @securityskeptic what i take issue with when people ask in face of 0day under attack is when people go out of way to say don't switch

[2012-10-02] - 14:31:17 - "bortzmeyer" - RT @door7302: DDoS attacks: 150Gb per second and rising http://t.co/5ocVhvNR

[2012-10-02] - 14:17:52 - "nicolasbrulez" - RT @codelancer: From a DDoS perspective, they are on the level of a Stuxnet type of attack http://t.co/cPMPbMlx O'RLY?

[2012-10-02] - 13:31:41 - "DFMag" - Washington confirms Chinese hack attack on White House computer http://t.co/jXGG5K7P Spear Phishing a forensics challenge to detect

[2012-10-02] - 12:28:42 - "EvilFingers" - Revealing a little about recent DDoS attacks: It?s a bit frustrating sometimes, working for a company like Akama... http://t.co/3dEM6c7D

[2012-10-02] - 10:32:45 - "ryanaraine" - Details on attack hitting Brazil since 2011 using 1 firmware vuln, 2 malicious scripts and 40 malicious DNS servers http://t.co/HwwPeRvW

[2012-10-02] - 10:15:51 - "rybolov" - I'm on the @Akamai blog talking about DDoS attacks over the past 2 weeks. http://t.co/8tRLp954

[2012-10-02] - 10:15:51 - "rybolov" - This is the smoking gun of DDoS attacks against banks since the 18th: http://t.co/3fF1gh4M

[2012-10-02] - 10:15:51 - "rybolov" - Am I just naive here when I say that the attackers only have ~700 nodes in a hand-built botnet using VPS nodes, not a 20K node botnet?

[2012-10-02] - 09:49:53 - "jeremiahg" - @scarybeasts Yes. Browsers stop allowing websites on non-RFC 1918 networks from issuing requests to RFC-1918 hosts. Kills off CSRF attack.

[2012-10-02] - 09:42:12 - "hal_pomeranz" - RT @451wendy: Very nice overview by @rybolov on how @Akamai deals with DDoS attacks: https://t.co/khEEuecj

[2012-10-02] - 08:31:47 - " BreakingPoint" - Overview of the recent bank DDoS attacks and what can be done to prevent mitigate DDoS damage http://t.co/hH8ar9iR

[2012-10-02] - 08:11:48 - "SCforum" - USA under huge DDoS attack! http://t.co/t6tb2cia

[2012-10-02] - 08:11:36 - "rik_ferguson" - @briankrebs Also counting days under 0-day attack is almost as meaningless as counting zero-days themselves :) lots of non zero day attack


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