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2007.03.07 Daily Security Reading

by on Mar.08, 2007, under Security

Port Scanning using Javascript

This is a proof of concept page for port scanning arbitrary IP addresses from JavaScript. Given a range of IP addresses, the scanner will detect if there is a host running at that IP. It will then look for a web server running on port 80 and try to fingerprint what kind of web server it is.

Comparing Solaris Trusted Extensions and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems

Sun Microsystems and Red Hat have both submitted new versions of their trusted operating systems (OS) for Common Criteria (CC) certification evaluation. While these systems are being evaluated against the same CC protection profiles and at the same evaluation assurance level, these systems differ in significant ways that affect how a customer might choose to use such systems.

Backtrack 2 Penetration Testing Live Linux Distribution Released

Backtrack provides a thorough pentesting environment which is bootable via CD, USB or the network (PXE). The Torrent is available here.

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