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Singapore 0.9.9b / 0.9.10 Cross Site Scripting
Posted Feb 6, 2014
Authored by TUNISIAN CYBER

Singapore versions 0.9.9b and 0.9.10 suffer from a cross site scripting vulnerability. Note that this finding houses site-specific data.

tags | exploit, xss
SHA-256 | 14c1ea7dea2d02e9bfe1aa3f308f17e0e46fd359601b48cca7289d3d9bc0c1a2

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Hack In The Box GSEC 2018 Singpaore Call For Papers
Posted Apr 27, 2018
Site gsec.hitb.org

Final call for the 2018 Hack In The Box (HITB) GSEC conference in Singapore. HITB GSEC is a 3-day deep knowledge security conference where attendees get to vote on the final agenda of talks and and to meet with the speakers they voted for.

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | 0a377fd65dfadc2bd92fb31ef0119091002f45e513a65b55a9565c3b2f4365ba
Hack In The Box GSEC 3 Call For Papers
Posted Apr 20, 2017
Site gsec.hitb.org

Final call for the third annual Hack In The Box (HITB) GSEC conference in Singapore. HITB GSEC is a 2-day deep knowledge security conference where attendees get to vote on the final agenda of talks and and to meet with the speakers they voted for.

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | 85d61afc8c13b8580a663c330c843f7ac599313b9049451e804b39ca62cf0a0a
Hack In The Box GSEC Call For Papers
Posted Apr 9, 2015
Site gsec.hitb.org

The Call for Papers for the inaugural Hack In The Box GSEC conference in Singapore is now open. It will be held October 12th through the 16th, 2015 at the Sheraton Towers in Singapore.

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | d42213d26e010433988c1d4f7c96a576003f139e14d12e1074db9f4ae6f3b5e5
USB Attacks Need Physical Access Right? Not Any More...
Posted Mar 27, 2014
Authored by Andy Davis | Site nccgroup.com

NCC Group Research Director Andy Davis presented 'USB Attacks Need Physical Access Right? Not Any More...' at this year's BlackHat Asia in Singapore. Due to recent advances in a number of remoting technologies, USB attacks can now be launched over a network. The talk went into detail about how these technologies work, the resulting impact on the world of USB bugs and included a live demo remotely triggering a USB kernel bug in Windows 2012 server.

tags | paper, kernel
systems | windows
SHA-256 | 6b69c9ca16bc7b4b25c8eaf51bdad117771585a02daec7c27db6c045043dfa9c
Singapore 0.9.9b / 0.9.10 Remote File Inclusion
Posted Feb 6, 2014
Authored by TUNISIAN CYBER

Singapore versions 0.9.9b and 0.9.10 suffer from a remote file inclusion vulnerability. Note that this finding houses site-specific data.

tags | exploit, remote, code execution, file inclusion
SHA-256 | 1228b3b3edf0aee95ae5fb8d451f137c41f0c673288037f2f34ca4fdb4304914
Singapore 0.10.1 Cross Site Scripting
Posted Mar 11, 2012
Authored by T0xic

Singapore version 0.10.1 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability.

tags | exploit, xss
SHA-256 | a60edeab2fd49c2f83c61eb8910ebf5f0811dac9cfd4d9b7fb7ac71b97162a75
SyScan 10 Call For Papers
Posted Feb 26, 2010
Site syscan.org

SyScan 10 Call For Papers - The Symposium on Security for Asia Network aims to be a very different security conference from the rest of the security conferences that the information security community in Asia has come to be so familiar and frustrated with. SyScan is a non-product, non-vendor biased security conference. It is the aspiration of SyScan to congregate in Asia the best security experts in their various fields, to share their research, discovery and experience with all security enthusiasts in Asia. This year SyScan will be held in Singapore, Hangzhou, Taipei, and Ho Chi Minh City.

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | 68eb33a2445ba33b93eac2cc42cdb7acfe711f408ca104f526921ee43473f4e7
SyScan 10 Call For Training
Posted Jan 5, 2010
Site syscan.org

SyScan 10 Call For Training - This year, SyScan'10 will be held in the 4 exciting cities of Singapore, Shanghai, Taipei and Ho chi Minh City (Vietnam).

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | 631ff3b3df8293b277413e9c6e9be260f5023dbefaf56df6e7429e234a2aab54
SyScan 09 Call For Papers
Posted Jan 12, 2009
Site syscan.org

SyScan 09 Call For Papers - The Symposium on Security for Asia Network aims to be a very different security conference from the rest of the security conferences that the information security community in Asia has come to be so familiar and frustrated with. SyScan is a non-product, non-vendor biased security conference. It is the aspiration of SyScan to congregate in Asia the best security experts in their various fields, to share their research, discovery and experience with all security enthusiasts in Asia. This year SyScan will be held in Singapore, Shanghai, Taipei, and Hong Kong.

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | e1ca1b1275ff1fd471ee95f39b99988e7bdb740df332b2077b9cda5d57d1a00d
singapore-database.txt
Posted Jun 30, 2008
Authored by e.wiZz!

Singapore version 0.10.1 suffers from directory traversal and database credential exposure vulnerabilities.

tags | exploit, vulnerability
SHA-256 | bd2aee45ac90b5c7feb74c6e01d5a004976e66fcb20223f87eee6ffe68d8439b
advisory-singapore-modern-template.txt
Posted Jan 22, 2008
Authored by Ruben Ventura Pina | Site trew.icenetx.net

Singapore Modern Template versions 1.3.2 and below suffer from a cross site scripting vulnerability.

tags | exploit, xss
SHA-256 | 17b2ad18278497521392372fb3a0c92e5ea42b5e3d64e3ff2545d6a7cf2fb553
SyScan07-CFP.txt
Posted Jan 24, 2007
Site syscan.org

SyScan 07 Call For Papers - The Symposium on Security for Asia Network (SyScan) aims to be a very different security conference from the rest of the security conferences that the information security community in Asia has come to be so familiar and frustrated with. SyScan intends to be a non-product, non-vendor biased security conference. It is the aspiration of SyScan to congregate, in Singapore, the best security experts in their various fields, to share their research, discovery and experience with all security enthusiasts in Asia.

tags | paper, conference
SHA-256 | 3a1ef440f328035f1853d850e904335dc8991db7c0a9b0d2b5889999028ed6ec
singaporeMultiple.txt
Posted Jun 26, 2006
Authored by Simo64

Singapore Gallery version 0.10.0 and below suffer from local file inclusion, cross site scripting, and directory traversal vulnerabilities.

tags | exploit, local, vulnerability, xss, file inclusion
SHA-256 | bea53336eab164a392e36c8ad935da16f0dbd0844da341233f4eeb9a2be73161
singapore097.txt
Posted May 9, 2006
Authored by AlpEren | Site ayyildiz.org

Singapore version 0.9.7 suffers from cross site scripting vulnerabilities.

tags | exploit, vulnerability, xss
SHA-256 | 96b5b40603c1ebeda4080fa0910b9c9820504a0c6b0d5b47a7a4aadc07f0275e
singapore.txt
Posted Jun 21, 2005
Authored by tgo

Singapore version 0.9.11 suffers from cross site scripting and path disclosure vulnerabilities.

tags | advisory, vulnerability, xss
SHA-256 | 36784dc54de9b06deb45e6f0b40bb5855e342b42740afd92d3f1ee86a92d9203
singapore0910.txt
Posted Dec 30, 2004
Authored by Tan Chew Keong | Site security.org.sg

Multiple vulnerabilies have been found in the Singapore Image Gallery Web Application version 0.9.10 including arbitrary file download, directory deletion, and cross site scripting flaws.

tags | advisory, web, arbitrary, xss
SHA-256 | 22cccd84c8257bb8aec34a71801c52d8b3d7958998bb930ff8723bb8f663f436
httprint_paper.zip
Posted Jan 8, 2004
Authored by Saumil Shah | Site net-square.com

White paper on an introduction to HTTP fingerprinting. Related tool demonstrating these methodologies are available here for the following operating systems: FreeBSD. Originally presented at Blackhat Briefings 2003 in Singapore.

tags | paper, web
systems | freebsd
SHA-256 | 980a3c96680ee532ba354fa497246bd0736f113aaec93e415df2136f774f2f3b
singhack.exe
Posted Oct 4, 1999
Authored by CKS

This win95/98 program allows you, if you know the username of your target at Singapores biggest provider, Singnet. It will pull their monthly statistics which include, the phone number he called from, all his logins & logouts etc. Singhack exploits a bug which is in one of Singnets perl script which they havent fix it yet.

tags | exploit, perl
systems | windows
SHA-256 | ca431c0652a0d4e039e81b7003358a59b4f62df4401c33dce60acc512daacf2d
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