Friday, January 4, 2013
Bypassing antiviruses is not a big deal now a days, the point is how creative you can get to do that. So here is the technique documented by me (inf0g33k) in a research paper on exploit-db and explained in a video on Securitytube. This technique works by generating a shellcode and executing it directly on the target machine instead of compiling it in an exe file. Backdoor created using this technique was getting caught by some antiviruses because i tested it on virustotal and they send samples to antivirus vendors so now Bruno Cardenas Cyberoff (Luzzell) made a little tweak that can make this technique bypass all the antiviruses again.
Friday, August 24, 2012
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Yesterday parents was out and i was listening music, playing games without headphones as i was alone. After some time the kids next door started beating drums and this noise really made me crazy. I put some masters of hardcore music on with the full volume but i have only these little kids so its not gonna make much difference.
So after sometime i found dads 20 year old sound system in the junk but only one speaker seems to work as it was renewed before 3 years other one was in a pretty bad condition.
And cables was all cramped, all pins are broken.
But well who needs pins. i directly putted wire in the socket and it worked out.
and then i found the other socket is dead :( not giving any output, may be cause of rust or something is broken. So i opened it up.
and connected two little wires directly with the output wires.
So now i have both speakers connected with the amplifier.
I looked at the back of this amplifier and found the input.
and found these cables, one from a my old Super Mario Console, and other 3.5 mm from old speakers.
then i join them with each other :) as i don't like to spend any money to buy cables.
So now i have both speakers connected to pc via this old amplifier.
BUT does it worth all the work?
Lets see :)
A few weeks ago Apple made an announcement that they will soon come up with new updates for iPhone, iPad and even for iPod Touch. The wait is finally over and Apple today previewed the iOS 6 that combines 200 new features that were not available in the earlier version. The company has made an announcement that they have released the beta version and iOS 6 will be available to all the users for their iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The company said that the final version of the product will be available to all customers in fall this year. Scott Forstall, Senior Vice President of iOS Software at Apple said that they have been working to provide rapid development of the iOS and reinvent the Apple phone. The company is also working to create an iPad category and provide better mobile phone experience to the users. He said that Apple is really eager to know how users make use of the new features that they have incorporated in the new iOS 6 and how it can make their life better and easier in the future. Siri is now available for iPad as well and will support 15 different languages.
Top New Features
- The new iOS 6 version will have Map app with Apple designed cartography that can provide turn by turn navigation to the users and amazing new Fly-Over technology as well that is integrated in the Maps.
- Siri is already popular and now Apple will have the updated Siri that supports many different languages. Users can also have easy access to sports scores, recommendations for restaurants in the locality and various movie listings.
- Facebook integration for Contacts and Calendar and the ability to post messages directly from the Notification Center.
- Users can also share photo streams through iCloud and Passbook.