Sunday Roundup: 19th of February 2017

Sunday Round up for the week ending the:

Articles:

  • Do You Use VirusTotal? Give PacketTotal a Spin!: https://isc.sans.edu/diary/Do%2BYou%2BUse%2BVirusTotal%3F%2B%2BGive%2BPacketTotal%2Ba%2BSpin%21/22061
  • Awesome Pentest resources: https://github.com/enaqx/awesome-pentest
  • Quickpost: ClamAV and ZIP File Decryption: https://blog.didierstevens.com/2017/02/15/quickpost-clamav-and-zip-file-decryption/amp/
  • Introducing Malboxes: a Tool to Build Malware Analysis Virtual Machines: http://gosecure.net/2017/02/16/introducing-malboxes-a-tool-to-build-malware-analysis-virtual-machines/
  • Viruses for Pokemon Blue and Red:

Twitter:

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"Interview With Victor Limongelli, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, AccessData" #forensics #feedly https://t.co/F9ZzZeoMiE

— The Security Sleuth (@Security_Sleuth) February 12, 2017
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"A rash of invisible, fileless malware is infecting banks around the globe" #informationsecurity #feedly https://t.co/fxMzX2sABQ

— The Security Sleuth (@Security_Sleuth) February 12, 2017
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"A Developer’s Stages of Grief After a Failed Security Assessment" #informationsecurity #feedly https://t.co/ASb7RteyE3

— The Security Sleuth (@Security_Sleuth) February 13, 2017
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"Nation States Distancing Themselves from APTs" #informationsecurity #feedly https://t.co/xGi5EXelv7

— The Security Sleuth (@Security_Sleuth) February 14, 2017
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"A scalper who used bots to buy millions of tickets, now wants to stop them" #programming #feedly https://t.co/RzSl4pce2Z

— The Security Sleuth (@Security_Sleuth) February 14, 2017
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"A Simple JavaScript Exploit Bypasses ASLR Protection On 22 CPU Architectures" #infosec #feedly https://t.co/3u46b9r2Fb

— The Security Sleuth (@Security_Sleuth) February 16, 2017
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