Monthly Archives: September 2014

Home Depot, Target and PCI-DSS

What do Home Depot, Target, and a slew of other merchants (Jimmy Johns? idk) who are compromised but don’t know it yet have in common? PCI-DSS Compliance. Theroetically, PCI-DSS is being pushed by the major payment card brands as a … Continue reading

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Entropy Graphs and More!

Edit: I wrote this post after failing at life and not being able to find ZAP’s resend functionality. As psiinon points out in the comment below, it’s there – just in a different place to what Burp users might expect. Things have … Continue reading

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Win32 Instruction Tracer

A while back, I built an execution tracing / instruction tracing tool for 32-bit windows. It’s a pretty simple tool – it creates whatever process you tell it to create, and attaches to it as a debugger. Then, it reads … Continue reading

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