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Files Date: 2017-04-08

A Review Of Fuzzing Tools And Methods
Posted Apr 8, 2017
Authored by James Fell

This paper reviews fuzzing and its context within the field of information security research. We firstly examine how vulnerabilities come to exist in software and how security researchers find them. After a brief overview of common vulnerability types and methods of static analysis, we look in more depth at the field of fuzzing. Competing approaches to fuzzing are examined, from simple random inputs all the way to using genetic algorithms and taint analysis. The importance of measuring code coverage to evaluate the completeness of a fuzzing campaign is examined. Finally, previous work on fuzz testing of web browsers is reviewed.

tags | paper, web, vulnerability
MD5 | 05ec78341cba442fad300cb679ddfbf5
dnaTools dnaLIMS 4-2015s13 Directory Traversal Nmap NSE Script
Posted Apr 8, 2017
Authored by Rewanth Cool

This NSE script for Nmap exploits a directory traversal vulnerability in dnaTools dnaLIMS version 4-2015s13.

tags | exploit
advisories | CVE-2017-6527
MD5 | 01043ca1fbae25d01981c3e855363072
MS IIS 6.0 Buffer Overflow NSE Script
Posted Apr 8, 2017
Authored by Rewanth Cool

This NSE script for Nmap exploits a buffer overflow in the ScStoragePathFromUrl function in the WebDAV service in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2.

tags | exploit, overflow
systems | windows
advisories | CVE-2017-7269
MD5 | 08f772211b70b9d815fa21c0596c9d7d
WordPress Spider Event Calendar 1.5.51 Blind SQL Injection
Posted Apr 8, 2017
Authored by Manuel Garcia Cardenas

The WordPress Spider Event Calendar Plugin, prior to 1.5.51 suffers from a blind SQL injection vulnerability due to improper sanitization of an order_by parameter.

tags | exploit, sql injection
MD5 | 5944f9732da6dd94f731a0232d23aa59
Foscam Cameras And Network Devices Hardcoded Keys
Posted Apr 8, 2017
Authored by Nick M McKenna

All Foscam cameras and network devices use the same SSL private key that is hard coded into the downloadable firmware. The keys were extracted using the utility 'binwalk' and allow an attacker to MITM any Foscam device.

tags | exploit, trojan
MD5 | f9b6c2e53b7f33e185a5629869b46838
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