Hacking underground

Pierluigi Paganini July 12, 2017
Katyusha Scanner, a new SQLi Vulnerability Scanner Available for $500 in the underground

Katyusha Scanner is a new fully automated SQLi vulnerability scanner discovered by researchers at security firm Recorded Future. Recorded Future security researchers have discovered a fully automated SQLi vulnerability scanner, dubbed Katyusha Scanner, on a hacking forum. The tool is offered for sale for just $500, it allows mass scans, simply managed from a smartphone […]

Pierluigi Paganini December 21, 2014
Diving in the Illegal Underground Hacking Markets

Experts at Dell Secure Works Counter Threat Unit (CTU) published a new report on the evolution of the hacking underground marketplaces. The monitoring of black hat markets is one the principal activities of security experts and intelligence agencies, it allows information gathering on evolution of cyber threats and emerging trends in the criminal ecosystem. In […]