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E3 Security Kit
While you're figuring out how to secure your system from without, take the time and secure it from within. Check out the award-winning E3 Security Kit from Radsoft.
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The Evidence Eliminator Documents
New home of Pieter Zatko and the L0pht. One of the most formidable security organisations in the world.
AT&T Laboratories Cambridge
Home of one of the k3wlest tools going - VNC - which lets you take over a desktop and even reboot a remote machine. Obviously something for penetration, but also for remote support? This group fifty strong is located a stone's throw from the Kings Parade in downtown Cambridge UK.
Bloatbusters Security Scanner
Written by the Bloatbusters, this high-density hand-crafted home surveillance and defence system scanner utilising patented DigiProbe® technology will show you how well protected you really are. Do not wait another nanosecond - test yourself now!
Home of the authors of Hacking Exposed and of Robin Keir. Foundstone are experts at Windows NT/2K/XP security but are also versed in everything from UNIX to PBX and beyond. Many of these Men in Black are formerly of Ernst & Young.
Creator of the ultimate probe tool nmap Fyodor, who took his handle from a favourite Russian author, is a white hat to end white hats. His website contains a plethora of information and remarkable insights into how almost everything under the sun works and why.
Georgi Guninski Security Research
Website of one of the most respected and referenced security authorities on the planet.
An incredible resource by fifteen year old Ankit Fadia of New Delhi.
Hacking Exposed 2nd Edition
The companion website to the famous book now in its second edition. Has pages of links to the best tutorials and tools available.
Run by metac0m. Discusses hacktivism and electronic civil disobedience.
The Nessus Project
Home of Nessus, one very sexy network scanner by Renaud Deraison.
The definitive security tool. Fyodor is in the process of slowly porting nmap to Win32, but the best version will always remain the one run on UNIX.
The latest incarnation of the MIT site which grew into one of the most important security resources on the net. To see what PS says 'real 'hacking' is all about', click here.
Visit this site to download one of the biggest collections of security source going. Most is of course for UNIX, but there are also special sections for MS platforms.
Virtual Network Computing
Home of one of the k3wlest tools going which lets you take over a desktop and even reboot a remote machine. Obviously something for penetration, but also for remote support? And yes, these guys are an arm of venerable AT&T - located a stone's throw from the Kings Parade in downtown Cambridge UK.
WWW Security FAQ
A definitive work by the World Wide Web Consortium.
Network security resource center with news, an IDS database, network tools and more.
X Corps Security
Research group founded in October 1999 by Jonathan Rickman and Allen Stone.