Category Archives: Fedora Security Lab

Fedora Security Lab at Flock 2014

Well, that didn’t work well…If nobody shows up within 15 min after the scheduled start of the session, I just can only assume that there is no longer any interest in Spins with Fedora.next on the way. At FUDCon Paris … Continue rea...

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Fedora Security Lab Workshop/Hackfest at Praha

There will be a workshop/hackfest on the Fedora Security Lab at Flock 2014. The location is Praha and the event Flock 2014. Find more details in the schedule....

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Flock Praha 2014

Flock is a conference for Fedora contributors to come together, discuss new ideas, and work to make those ideas a reality. Location: Thákurova 9 (FIT), 7 (FCE), 160 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic Date: 2014-08-06 – 2014-08-09 (Wednesday – Sa...

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SCAP Workbench

For the Fedora Security Lab we try to provide a plattform that is more than shipping a couple of packages on a live media. One thing we are goign to add in the near future is OpenSCAP. Right now it’s … Continue reading →...

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OpenVAS 7 and Fedora II

A while back I talked about the latest OpenVAS release and packages for Fedora. I happy to announce that the packages now are in Fedora Rawhide. We would be happy to get feedback for packages. Thanks. A special thanks goes … Continue reading &...

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Fedora Security Test bench now with MCIR

Under the hood of the MCIR (Magical Code Injection Rainbow) framework are several tools collected: SQLol let you to exploit SQL injection flaws. XMLmao contains XML/XPath injection flaws. ShelLOL allows you to exploit shell command injection flaws. X...

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Heartbleed and the Fedora Security Lab Test bench

The Heartbleed bug will be around for next couple of months. As usual not all people pay much attention and update their systems. First I was thinking about to use an old openssl package for the Fedora Security Test Bench … Continue reading &r...

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nmap and Heartbleed

It didn’t take long for most tools to pick-up the possibility to detect the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug. For nmap the needed elements are in the VCS. [crayon-609a54b05a8bd287655049/] Run nmap with the script [crayon-609a54b05a8c2105681478/] And you ...

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Menu of the Fedora Security Lab

It seems that your menu for the Fedora Security Lab is a bit out-dated. Joerg pointed out that various commands should be check for the parameters. If you find such a command, please add a comment to this ticket: https://fedorahosted.org/security-spi...

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Two new scanner for the Fedora Security Lab

There are two new scanner coming to the Fedora Security Lab: ZMap is an open-source network scanner that enables researchers to easily perform Internet-wide network studies. masscan is a TCP port scanner, spews SYN packets asynchronously, scanning e...

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Fedora Security Spin shipped with Linux Magazine

What a nice surprise…the Linux Magazine shipped the Fedora Security Spin along with their November issue....

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Fedora Security Lab Beta TC3

The next release of Fedora and the Fedora Security Lab are just around the corner. Want to help us ship a release that is in good shape? Run some of the test cases for TC3! There are other spin waiting … Continue reading →...

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Fedora Security Lab 20 Final Test Compose 2 (TC2)

The Test compose 2 (TC2) of the Fedora Security Lab is now available. Run some of the test cases to help us improve the user experience. Download: http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/20-TC2/Spins/...

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Fedora Security Lab Beta TC2

The next release of Fedora and the Fedora Security Lab is just around the corner. Want to help us ship a release that is in good shape? Run some of the test cases!...

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Bricks

Today I included bricks into the Fedora Security Lab Test bench. From my point of view this is a nice addition because now we have a platform which is suitable for newcomers to learn about web application security . Beside a … Continue readin...

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