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WireShark를 이제 Cloud 기반에서 사용할 수 있는 사이트가 있습니다.
이름 그대로. CloudShark라고 하네요.

Chrome 브라우저 (IE 브라우저에는 이상하게 안되네요.) 테스트를 해보니 결과 값이 동일하게 나옵니다.
어느곳에서 활용할 수 있을지 모르겠지만, 매우 재미있는 발상이네요.

안드로이드 환경 분석 문서 및 도구들에 대해 정리가 잘된 사이트 입니다.

[더보기] 에 상세 링크(100개) 복사를 해놨습니다. 학습하는데 참고하시기 바랍니다.

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[링크] pentest-bookmarks

보안 소식/주간 이슈 2011.03.18 14:29 Posted by TEAMCR@K
모의해킹을 진행하는데 필요한 사이트들이 잘 수집되어 있습니다.

Created for forums that will help in both tool usage, syntax, attack techniques, and collection of scripts and tools. Needs some help. I don't really frequent too many underground forums but i actually find nice one-off scripts and info i can roll into my own code in these places. Would like to add more.

...(상세보기)를 통해 볼 수 있습니다.


이전에도 FTP 서비스를 가지고 다양한 패턴으로 취약점이 발표되었는데,

이번에는 아이폰, 아이패드 앱 중 웹 서비스에 대한 Directory Traversal 취약점들이 많이 있네요.

환경도 단순하기 때문에, 테스트 해보는 것도 좋을거 같습니다. 이 외에도 동일한 프로세스를 가지고 있는 다른 앱들도 취약점들이 있을거라 판단되네요.

Remote Exploits

PDF 악성 코드 분석 및 분석 방법 등을 정리해 놓은 URL 들입니다.
2010년을 돌아보면서 재확인 할시에 도움이 될거 같네요. 

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After one year full of security issues related to the Portable Document Format I've made a little compilation of useful links to analyses and tools:


2010-01-04: Sophisticated, targeted malicious PDF documents exploiting CVE-2009-4324  (embedded binaries)
2010-01-07: Static analysis of malicous PDFs (Part #2) (getAnnots, arguments.callee)
2010-01-09: PDF Obfuscation (variable substitution, LuckySploit, CVE 2008-2992)
2010-01-13: Generic PDF exploit hider. and goodbye AV detection
2010-01-14: PDF Obfuscation using getAnnots() (getAnnots, arguments.callee, Neosploit)
2010-02-15: Filling Adobe's heap (Javascript, ActionScript and PDF Images)
2010-02-18: Malicious PDF trick: getPageNthWord
2010-02-21: Analyzing PDF exploits with Pyew
2010-03-01: Analyzing PDF Files (getPageNthWord, getPageNumWords)
2010-04-08: JavaScript obfuscation in PDF: Sky is the limit (getAnnots,arguments.callee)
2010-04-09: Malicious PDF file analysis: zynamics style  (PDF Dissector video)
2010-04-22: Will there be new viruses exploiting /Launch vulnerability in PDF?
2010-05-18: Quickpost: More Malformed PDFs 
2010-06-08: Analysis of a Zero-day Exploit for Adobe Flash and Reader (CVE-2010-1297)
2010-06-09: A brief analysis of a malicious PDF file which exploits this week’s Flash 0-day (malware, ROP)
2010-06-21: World's Smallest PDF
2010-07-02: Exploring recent PDF exploits: A Time Killer (getPageNthWord,CVE-2008-2992,CVE-2007-5659,CVE-2009-0927,CVE-2009-4324)
2010-07-13: ReCon slides – How to really obfuscate your PDF malware
2010-07-20: PDF time bomb (CVE-2008-2992,CVE-2007-5659,CVE-2009-0927)
2010-08-04: PDF Exploit: Number of pages is the Key  (XOR, numPages,CVE-2007-5659,CVE-2009-0927,CVE-2009-4324)
2010-08-04: About the JailbreakMe PDF exploit
2010-08-12: More about the JailbreakMe PDF exploit (CVE-2010-1797)
2010-08-19: Anatomy of a PDF Exploit (AcroForm, TIFF, CVE-2010-0188)
2010-08-20: Analyzing CVE-2010-0188 exploits: The Legend of Pat Casey (Part 1)
2010-08-23: CVE-2010-1797 PDF exploit for Foxit Reader <= 4.0
2010-09-01: An approach to PDF shielding (encryption, object streams, nested PDF documents)
2010-09-13: Malicious PDF Challenges (getPageNumWords, getPageNthWord)
2010-09-17: The Rise of PDF Malware (whitepaper)
2010-09-26: Free Malicious PDF Analysis E-book
2010-10-02: Hiding PDF Exploits by embedding PDF files in streams and Flash ROP heapsprays (CVE-2010-2883)
2010-10-27: OMG WTF PDF - Julia Wolf (obfuscation, slides)
2010-10-28: CVE-2010-3654 Adobe Flash player zero day vulnerability
2010-10-28: New Adobe 0day (bug in flash player),CVE-2010-3654
2010-11-11: CVE-2010-4091 – printSeps - exploitation attempts
2010-12-03: CVE-2010-2883 with Flash JIT Spray (PDF in PDF) Event Invitation from The Heritage Foundation from spoofed Heritage address
2010-12-08: Scoring PDFs Based on Malicious Filter
2010-12-08: Released Malware Statistics and Scoring Tests
2010: A lot of analyses from Contagiodump blog


2010-05-31: PDF Dissector
2010-07-21: PDF Stream Dumper
2010-08-23: Opaf
2010-08-31: PDF Examiner (web interface)

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