Monthly Archives: May 2012


I’ve slightly updated the ISO again, and added a few new tools as well.
New additions include: Burpsuite (and thus Java), Weevely, JoomScan, MTR, p0f,Fern Wifi Cracker, and a few others. I’ve also replaced the Uzbl Browser with the too well-known Firefox. I like Uzbl a lot, but I don’t like that it depends on GTK3. I will put out a “changelog” later with all improvements.

Download: here.
MD5: 2dc98e094a970f99c4120844349ba31b

Enjoy! :)

I’ve written a new guide on XSS which includes examples, step by step, and how it works.

Web applications, and web pages that produce content dynamically, require not only programming skill, but a solid understanding of information security during development. Without it, the web programmer can, very easily and unintentionally, expose the entire institution’s database, ruin trust with customers, become victim to phishing, and as we see here allow web page modification and expose the general public to malicious javascript code.

If you read it and like it, please consider giving a donation using the PayPal donation button above to the right. Thank you for reading and enjoy! :)

Download the document in PDF Format Here.
Add me on LinkedIn Here.

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