Episode65

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VoIP Security Tools - [PaulDotCom] - A good collection of resources for VoIP security, which is really another dimension that we, as security professionals, now need to deal with. It can't be ignored anymore... [Larry] - We mentioned this a little while back, but it is finally out now. Funny, Cisco jsut released some patches for VOIP Vulns...


Ike-scan 1.8 Information Seepage - [PaulDotCom] - Remember when we talked about this tool? Well, Raul informed us that there was a phone home feature, we told cutaway about it, and he volunteered to document and research it and did a fantastic job! He even got the scoop from the vendor, who has since removed the feature. I think its important to send the message that we are watching for this stuff and you will be outed if you tool phones home.

HACKING LOLZ - [PaulDotCom] - From the dark reading room article...

Hacking Car Nav Systems - [PaulDotCom] - "hacker Daniele Bianco built tools that let an attacker inject fake messages to the navigation system, or launch a denial-of-service attack." HOT, come to butthead... " cause a denial-of-service (DOS) attack, which could crash not only a car's navigation system, but its climate control system, and stereo, too, he says." Okay, or, I send you to the middle on nowhere in the winter, turn off your heat, and blast "Feeling' Hot, Hot, Hot!". [Larry] - this is what happens when systems can take information form unauthorized/unauthenticated sources.

Metasploit 3.0 Released - [PaulDotCom] - I've been playing with 3.0 for quite some time and am glad to see it officially released. I now agree with the decision to move towards ruby, and with LORCON supporting ruby, it is now next on my list to pickup as a language. [Larry] - Not to mention, ruby and LORCON support will alegedly make it better for windows too.

More printer hacking fun - [PaulDotCom] - I tested this one and it works, crashed the ftp server on a printer. The exploit? try this: python /usr/lib/python2.3/ftplib.py -d [printer IP] -l -p `python -c 'print "A"*300'` [Larry] - Looks like the LIST and NLIST commands will have the same effect: see this too.