Remembering the ‘Stakkato’ Hacks

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Philip Gabriel Pettersson, best known by the pseudonym of “Stakkato” can be said to have reached legendary status within the computer security community of his numerous successful breaches of high-level targets between 2003 and 2005. Then a 16-year-old hacker from Uppsala, Sweden, he successfully infiltrated systems of large universities, the United States military, NASA and […]

The Syrian Civil Conflict in the Cyber Environment

This document analyzes the use of the cyber environment in the Syrian civil war by both the population and the government in order to characterize online tactics and strategies developed and used by each belligerent.

Using Infogreffe – France’s National Registry of Corporations and Companies

Any operator knows that prior to any penetration testing activity requires a solid recon phase. The more information you collect about your target, the wider your attack surface becomes and thus, increased chances in a successful infiltration. In this post, we browse to the France’s registry, i.e. the “Registre du Commerce et des Societes” to extract information from the company and use this information to expand our attack surface