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A lot of work is happening in academia and industry on tools to perform dynamic analysis, static analysis and reverse engineering of android apps. Following is a collection of few tools that I am aware of.
Just completed reading “The Tangled web: A guide to securing modern applications” by Michael Zalewski. The book is surprisingly small given the amount of information it covers about interaction of web browsers, web sites and client-side web technologies. The book … Continue reading
The post is written in honor of Sh. Hari Prasad, the winner of EFF Pioneer Award 2010
This article illustrates some examples of how Indian government deals with (Information) Technology. Some of these projects are unheard of while some generated unnecessary hype.
CERT-In is a low-profile (Indian) government organization. The Government of India established the Computer Emergency Response Team (“CERT-IN”) to ensure Internet security. Many institutions, including the Ministry of Home Affairs, courts, the intelligence services, the police and the National Human … Continue reading
If you have you visited a HTTPS site and got an error message which you do not understand, then this article is for you. Here I cover the common errors encountered while browsing HTTPS sites.
So, today morning I received an email saying I recieved an orkut scrap from a friend with contents “Bom Sabado”. Within a minute, I received same scrap from another friend. Now getting the feel that this must be some sort … Continue reading
We all use HTTPS and vaguely understands it as a more secure form of communication. This article is aimed at better understanding of HTTPS and how secure it really is.