Sony VSP-NS7 Digital Signage Hacking

Recently I tested out a Sony VSP-NS7 digital signage unit for a customer. This machine really impressed me considering I had used its predecessor the NSP100 and the newer technology was just what the client needed. After doing some online searching I found that, other than the manual, there wasn’t much information out there on […]

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OS X – Apache Web Sharing Starts But You Are Unable Connect

In an effort to save you an afternoon of searching, I thought I would post this to help the OS X users having this issue. There are the usual causes of no content in the web root, firewall blocking requests, incorrect permissions and/or httpd.conf syntax errors. The one error that is a little tougher to […]

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DM-Filemanager 3.9.6-9 Multiple Vulnerabilities

The nDarkness community has recently been working with the wonderful developers over at DutchMonkey.com to review and point out security flaws in some of their freely available software. During this review process, there were several issues found and we will be posting them in the coming weeks for educational purposes. It is our hope that […]

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Mac OS X – Update PHP, MySQL and Easily Add GD Support

If you have ever tried compiling the GD library on Mac OS X, you know that there are several issues to overcome before it is usable. Not to mention the version of PHP included with OS X wasn’t compiled with this option. In this post I will detail an easy method to update PHP, install […]

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Facebook’s Privacy Troubles on the Horizon

Back in February of 2009 there was a big debate over the new terms of agreement that Facebook adopted. Due to the negative feedback over this decision, Facebook’s executives caved from the pressure and reverted to the old terms. Now a little over a year later, this same group is at it again. If you […]

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Should MySpace Be Put Out to Pasture?

For years I have heard many people talk about how MySpace has been losing popularity and that it will soon be gone. As of today, these predictions have yet to come true. I can’t help but remember when everyone I knew was talking about this great new site called MySpace. I remember feeling like maybe […]

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WordPress Sites Hacked in Bulk

By now, I’m sure we have all heard about the numerous WordPress sites that have been hacked on several of the major hosting providers. From all of the reports so far, no one can seem to figure out what the problem is or how the breaches are happening. Is the problem a server misconfiguration, outdated […]

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Intuit QuickBooks Discount Error Goes Unfixed

Unless you live in a secluded cave in the middle of nowhere, you have undoubtedly heard of a little program called QuickBooks by Intuit. This program comes in a variety of different flavors to suit your personal and/or business needs. This software can be surprisingly simple to use with little to no effort. In a […]

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DM-FileManager 3.9.9 XSS Vulnerability

The nDarkness community has recently been working with the wonderful developers over at DutchMonkey.com to review and point out security flaws in some of their freely available software. During this review process, there were several issues found and we will be posting them in the coming weeks for educational purposes. It is our hope that […]

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DM-FileManager 3.9.6 Cookie Injection and Authorization Bypass Vulnerability

The nDarkness community has recently been working with the wonderful developers over at DutchMonkey.com to review and point out security flaws in some of their freely available software. During this review process, there were several issues found and we will be posting them in the coming weeks for educational purposes. It is our hope that […]

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