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CISSP CBT Tutorial for the BCP and DRP domain of the CBK
Posted by cdupuis on Friday, 08 August 2014 @ 21:04:41 CEST (171 reads)
Topic Training

Anonymous writes "

Dear members,

The CCCure Learning Portal  is our new Learning Portal and it will eventually replaced CCCure.org.   The CCCure.Org has lots of legacy, it has some spammer posting within articles, and it is due for retirement.   Over the next months we will migrate the relevant content of CCCure.Org to CCCure.Training.  So far I have developed 38 Hours of thorough Computer Based Tutorial and I will continue over the next week as well.

You can visit the new site at:  The CCCure Learning Porta

Good day to all,

I have never read as many NIST standards, books, and documents as I did over the past two weeks.  I am on a roll and well on my way to cover all of the domains of the CBK.  The most important ones are mostly done.  The next one on the list will be Security Architecture and Design.

I am pleased to say that I have just uploaded my BCP and DRP CBT tutorial to the site a few minutes ago.   It is a complete CBT that covers 100% of all exam objectives.  You have 2 hours and 6 minutes of thorough coverage.

This is one of the TOP 5 Domains for you exam.  This is the a domain that will make you pass or fail the exam.  It counts for about 12% of the whole exam.  You must master this domain.

With this domain completed, we now have a total of more than 38 hours of tutorial, covering 5 of the most important domains.  All the tutorials are developed by CCCure/Clement the owner and founder of CCCure.  They are all  available on on the web site to all of our Silver and Gold members. 

If you wish to upgrade your account from Standard to either Gold or Silver it is very easy.  Simply visit http://cccure.training/index.php and login with your account.  After you are logged in visit the link below and you will see our subscription options:


The tutorials are available to Gold and Siver members at:


The MP3 files were uploaded as well and you can download them to listen while mobile on the road.  You will find the MP3 files at: 


Please take a minute to send me some feedback.  I always appreciate to hear from members.




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The CCCure Holistic Computer Based Tutorials (CBT) for the CISSP Exam
Posted by cdupuis on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 @ 13:02:35 CEST (137 reads)

Anonymous writes "

Good day to all,

I am pleased to say that I have just uploaded Part 3 of my Telecommunication and Network Security CBT tutorial to our Learning portal at http://cccure.training/index.php a few minutes ago.   I am now working on the 4th and last portion and it should be ready soon.

That's a total of 24 hours of tutorial developed by CCCure/Clement for the CISSP CBK alone.

The tutorials are available to Gold and Siver members at:


The MP3 files were uploaded as well and you can download them to listen while mobile on the road.  You will find the MP3 files at: 





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Prevent Your Network Getting Hacked with a Free Acunetix Security Scan
Posted by cdupuis on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 @ 23:14:03 CEST (656 reads)
Topic Acunetix

Anonymous writes "

Acunetix Free Scan will identify network security issues including the feared Heartbleed to allow businesses to fix them in time
London, UK - 17th June 2014 – The recent Heartbleed vulnerability has highlighted the urgent need for more network level security scanning. In view of this, Acunetix has announced that it will be offering 10,000 Free Network Security scans with Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner (OVS) in a bid to make it easier for businesses to take control of their network security.
Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner is a hosted security scanner that will scan a perimeter server for network level vulnerabilities and provide detailed reports so as to allow the security administrator to fix the vulnerabilities before a hacker finds them.
All the Network Scanning capabilities available in Acunetix OVS will be available for free for fourteen
days, allowing users to audit their internet (and hacker) facing servers.
The free network scan feature allows companies to:

  • Scan their servers for over 35,000 network vulnerabilities
  • Audit their internet facing servers and identify system and network weaknesses
  • Ensure that servers are not running any illegitimate services, such as Trojans, or services that are installed unintentionally
  • Identify any vulnerable versions of applications running on the servers
  • Discover the information that the systems are leaking using various techniques such as OS fingerprinting, port banner grabbing and service probing
  • Ensure that all the organisation’s services, including FTP and mail, do not suffer from Heartbleed
  • Get additional information about other vulnerabilities and network problems detected.

To make use of this offer, companies must sign up at:   www.acunetix.com/free-network-security-scan/   using a valid company email address. Once their scan target has been verified they can then make use of the scanning features mentioned above.
“Building on Acunetix’ success as the market leader in web vulnerability detection, we wanted to ensure no stone was left unturned, by adding another layer of security - the detection of network vulnerabilities,” announced Nicholas Sciberras, Product Manager at Acunetix. “The Heartbleed bug has been dubbed by experts as one of the most dangerous security vulnerabilities to ever hit the Internet. With the free Acunetix security scan, however, we have provided companies a way to leverage our security knowledge to help secure their network,” added Mr. Sciberras.
About Acunetix
Acunetix is the market leader in web application security technology, founded to combat the alarming rise in web attacks. Its products and technologies are the result of several years of work by a team of highly experienced security developers. Acunetix’ customers include the U.S. Army, KPMG, Adidas and Fujitsu. More information can be found at www.acunetix.com.


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Secure Coding and Advanced Android and IOS exploitation
Posted by cdupuis on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 @ 16:58:47 CEST (910 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security

Anonymous writes "


Capture The Flag

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NotSoSecure Trainings
ios.png Secure Coding for Web Developers What can you expect from this class?
  • Covers latest industry standards such as OWASP Top 10 (2013).
  • Insight into latest security vulnerabilities like the heartbleed bug.
  • Thorough guidance on security best practices.
  • References to real world analogy.
  • Hands-on labs.
  • Taught by the Industry's leading expert and Black Hat Trainer.
Register -->
ios.png Advanced Android and iOS Exploitation What can you expect from this class?
  • Learn advanced techniques to audit mobile apps for security vulnerabilities.
  • ARM Exploitation module teaches students the art of writing exploits.
  • Gain insight into mobile malwares.
  • Learn to write apps securely for mobile platforms.
  • Taught by the Industry's leading expert and Black Hat Trainer.
Register -->



Complete list of NotSoSecure trainings can be seen here


Public classes are available at events such as Black Hat, OWASP Appsec events etc. A private/in-house class can be arranged upon request. Please email training@notsosecure.com for more details.


pentesting NotSoSecure Pentest

Our Pentest team comprises of industry's leading experts. Whether its a web application or a mobile application or even an external/internal Infrastructure test, we provide a comprehensive review. The recommendation section in the report not just guide you on how to patch against a security vulnerability but contains a wealth of security best practices and industry guidelines. To obtain a NotSoSecure pentest, please contact on (pentest@notsosecure.com)for more details.


What our customers say?

"In the last pentest, we engaged with NotSoSecure team and the results shocked one and all. They uncovered a series of critical vulnerabilities within our applications. Surprisingly, these apps have been pentested by some of the leading pentest companies over the years. Its good to be working with NotSoSecure team and they sure know this art better than most..."

- Andrew, VP, US Financial Sector.

"I am a pentester with over 5 years of experience. After attending Sid's class on Injection Flaws, I have definitely gained an edge over my colleagues. The labs in the class were fantastic and sid's expertise and knowledge of the subject is amazing. I highly recommend NotSoSecure's courses to one and all."

- B Morris, Pentester

© NotSoSecure.


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Very interesting and FREE security tools from Qualys
Posted by cdupuis on Wednesday, 04 June 2014 @ 12:14:44 CEST (857 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security

Anonymous writes "

Hi Clement,

Hope you’re doing well.

I wanted to let you know that we’ve announced a few new tools recently and thought you may be interested in testing them out. Specifically, we released:

  • BrowserCheck –  For anyone, this will detect and help you correct security issues in your web browser.
  • SSL Test – Allows your business to audit SSL implementations on your websites.
  • BlindElephant – An open source web application fingerprinting engine that identifies application and plugin versions via static files.
  • FreeScan – Tests the perimeter security of your business network.

You can find all these tools on our website, www.qualys.com.

Of course, I would really like to show you the complete functionality of our QualysGuard IT Security and Compliance Suite. It is really easy to test out since there is no software to install.

Drop me a line and I can set you up with a trial account or want to learn more.

Best regards,

Andrew Moore | amoore@qualys.com
Qualys, Inc. | Continuous Security | www.qualys.com
Tel: 650.801.6100 | Fax: 650.801.6101


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White papers and documents on security
Posted by cdupuis on Friday, 30 May 2014 @ 09:19:23 CEST (293 reads)

Anonymous writes "

Good day to all,

Below you have a list of white paper that may be of interest to you:


Global Application & Network Security Report


2013 Cyber Risk Report Executive Summary



Securing Your Business Against SSL-Based DDoS Attacks


Mitigating the DDoS Threat


The Bot Threat


Protecting Critical DNS Infrastructure Against Attack



Not Your Father's IPS: SANS Survey on Network Security Results



The Key to Cost Effective WAN Optimization


Security Considerations When Undergoing a Network Refresh



Holistic Security Architecture Designed to Fight Emerging Cyber Attacks


Building A Better Network Security Strategy


Next Generation Enterprise Network Security Solutions: The Importance of Incorporating Vulnerability Intelligence



Why You Need a Next-Generation Firewall



8 Ways To Better Monitor Network Security Threats in the Age of BYOD



Mapping Security for Your Virtual Environment




Best regards



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CompTIA Security+ CBT Tutorial @ only $47.77 a month
Posted by cdupuis on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 @ 07:48:56 CET (993 reads)
Topic Security+

Anonymous writes "

Security+ Tutorial cover CompTIA CBK objectives

Good day to all,

CCCure has just launched a new computer based tutorial for Security+,  we have an introductory special for thanksgiving at only $47.77 per month.  This is a limited introductory offer and then it will be sold at the regular price of $67.77 a month.

You can subscribe at:   http://cccure.me/index.php

This CBT is NOT for people who are ONLY interested in passing the exam without gaining true knowledge. 

This CBT is an holistic coverage of 100% of all of the Security+ 301 objectives from CompTIA.  It will give you a very strong foundation on which you can build and advance further into your career.   We do not believe in producing people with only letters after their name, we believe in producing security professionals who can Talk The Talk and Walk The Walk.

This is the exact same content that you would get if you attend one of my 5 days bootcamp.  The difference is you do it on your own time and you get email support from your instructor Clement Dupuis as you make it through your learning package. 

The portal we use to deliver the content has downloads, forums, videos, tips and tricks, and a whole lot more. 

Our forums discusses in detail the new performance based questions and what you can expect on the exam.  There will be no surprise when you get to the real exam.  We will walk you through those scenarios step by step.   We will make sure you have the knowledge and skills to decipher those scenario based questions and pass the exam while ensuring you become a knowledgeable and contributing member of any team.

This package has proven itself over the past year with a documented passing rate above 96% in the dozens of classes where it was used.   It has been used by hundreds of students who have passed their exam on the first try.   This is field tested and our students always had raving reviews about it's content.

You can subscribe at:   http://cccure.me/index.php

If you have any questions please send an email to: clement dot dupuis at cccure dot com

Best regards



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Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner
Posted by cdupuis on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 @ 11:09:53 CET (1619 reads)
Topic Acunetix

Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner

The need to secure your website and perimeter servers is evident - each year thousands of hacks take place that wreak havoc to businesses. Yet not all businesses can afford to operate the required scanning tools to check that your systems are secure. Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner acts as a virtual security officer for your company, scanning your websites, including integrated web applications, web servers and any additional perimeter servers for vulnerabilities. And allowing you to fix them before hackers exploit the weak points in your IT infrastructure!

Leverages Acunetix leading web application scanner

Building on Acunetix’ advanced web scanning technology, Acunetix OVS scans your website for vulnerabilities - without requiring to you to license, install and operate Acunetix Web Vulnerability scanner. Acunetix OVS will deep scan your website - with its legendary crawling capability - including full HTML 5 support, and its unmatched SQL injection and Cross Site Scripting finding capabilities.

Unlike other online security scanners, Acunetix is able to find a much greater number of vulnerabilities because its intelligent analysis engine - it can even detect DOM Cross-Site Scripting and Blind SQL Injection vulnerabilities. And with a minimum of false positives. Remember that in the world of web scanning its not the number of different vulnerabilities that it can find, its the depth with which it can check for vulnerabilities. Each scanner can find one or more SQL injection vulnerabilities, but few can find ALMOST ALL. Few scanners are able to find all pages and analyze all content, leaving large parts of your website unchecked. Acunetix will crawl the largest number of pages and analyze all content.

Utilizes OpenVAS for cutting edge network security scanning

And Acunetix OVS does not stop at web vulnerabilities. Recognizing the need to scan at network level and wanting to offer best of breed technology only, Acunetix has partnered with OpenVAS - the leading network security scanner. OpenVAS has been in development for more then 10 years and is backed by renowned security developers Greenbone. OpenVAS draws on a vulnerability database of thousands of network level vulnerabilities. Importantly, OpenVAS vulnerability databases are always up to date, boasting an average response rate of less than 24 hours for updating and deploying vulnerability signatures to scanners.

Start your scan today

Getting Acunetix on your side is easy - sign up minutes, install the site verification code and your scan will commence. Scanning can take several hours, depending on the amount of pages and the complexity of the content. After completion scan reports are emailed to you - and Acunetix Security Consultants are on standby to explain the results and help you action remediation. Sign up here


Complete Vulnerability Management in one Holistic Dashboard Online Vulnerability Scanner - All Scans
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C++ for Hackers tutorial -- Totally FREE from the folks at Hack In Sight
Posted by cdupuis on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 @ 09:54:24 CET (748 reads)

NOTE FROM CLEMENT:  See below a nice C++ Tutorial from the folks at Hack In Sight.

Hi Clement,

I hope you are doing well.

Yesterday I released the 2nd Hack Insight issue available for free. The main title is: 'C++ For Hakers' and it's a base for our next tutorial which will be called "Hacking with C++".

I would like to share it with you and invite your to further share it with your community.

C++ for Hackers


Short description:
C++ For Hackers
Full publication available for FREE!

This tutorial is designed for everyone: Even if you've never programmed before or if you have extensive experience programming in other languages and want to expand into C++! It is for everyone who wants the feeling of accomplishment from a working program.

You can download it here: www.professionalsecuritytesters.org/Documents/Hack_In_Sight/Tutorials/Cplusplustutorial.pdf
If this tutorial was helpful for you don't hesitate to share it in your social media and among your friends.

You can visit us at:  http://www.hackinsight.org/  for a lot more and also to look at our magazine as well.

Enjoy the hacking!
Hack Insight Team

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Recording Available: Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited
Posted by cdupuis on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 @ 09:22:05 CET (1730 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security

i Clement,

Thank you for registering for the recent BeyondTrust Webinar, "Showcasing Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited" featuring our CTO, Marc Maiffret. 

If you were unable to attend or are interested in viewing the webinar again, you can find the link to the recording here: 

Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited is the fastest, most mature vulnerability assessment solution on the market, and is now available for only $1,200 per year. Features available in Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited include:

  • Unlimited IP scanning
  • Web, database & virtual application scanning
  • PCI DSS scanning and reporting
  • SCADA scanning
  • Regulatory reporting
  • Scheduled scans
  • Web-based tech support
To learn more about Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited, click here! 
- The BeyondTrust Team 

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San Diego, CA 92101

If you were unable to attend or are interested in viewing the webinar again, you can find the link to the recording here: 

Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited is the fastest, most mature vulnerability assessment solution on the market, and is now available for only $1,200 per year. Features available in Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited include:

  • Unlimited IP scanning
  • Web, database & virtual application scanning
  • PCI DSS scanning and reporting
  • SCADA scanning
  • Regulatory reporting
  • Scheduled scans
  • Web-based tech support
To learn more about Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited, click here! 


- The BeyondTrust Team 

550 West C Street, Suite 1650
San Diego, CA 92101

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Vivek at SecurityTube has a new SQL Injection CTF
Posted by cdupuis on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 @ 17:53:09 CEST (1545 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security


This lab was deveopled by Sid who is a master of SQL Injection extraordinaire.   You can attend his full two days class in Washington, DC on December 16th and 17th.   This is a great opportunity to learn from the best of the best and you will learn where automated tools are stopping and how a good brain can go a lot further with proper skills.  A class not to miss for sure.   Click HERE for details.  Clement

Hello All,
To celebrate the launch of SQLi labs we will be hosting a public CTF from October 25th-27th. The CTF is FREE to participate, but please register for it using the link below:
Registration Link:  http://ctf.notsosecure.com/
1. When does the CTF start?

16:00 BST on Friday 25th October
2. When does CTF end?

21:00 BST on Sunday 27th October
3. How many challenges and what are the objectives?

There will be 2 challenges and you will have to obtain 2 flags. Everyone who gets both Flags will find a mention on our leader-board page.
About SQLi Labs:
SQL Injection Labs provides an on-line platform to master The Art of Exploiting SQL Injection. From SQLi 101 to mind bending 2nd order injection, file read/write access, remote code execution; we have got it all covered. Whether you are a student who is just starting a career in field of IT security or a professional who wants to become a Ninja, we have something for everyone!



Vivek Ramachandran
Founder, SecurityTube.net

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OWASP Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework V4.5 is Released
Posted by cdupuis on Wednesday, 16 October 2013 @ 22:36:21 CEST (1898 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security


Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework is an advanced Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability detection and exploitation framework. It provides Zero False Positive scan results with its unique Triple Browser Engine (Trident, WebKit, and Gecko) embedded scanner. It is claimed to have the world’s 2nd largest XSS Payloads of about 1500+ distinctive XSS Payloads for effective XSS vulnerability detection and WAF Bypass. It is incorporated with a feature rich Information
Gathering module for target Reconnaissance. The Exploit Framework includes highly offensive XSS exploitation modules for Penetration Testing and Proof of Concept creation.

V4.5 Additions
JavaScript Beautifier
Pause and Resume support for Scan
Jump to Payload
Cookie Support for POST Request
Cookie Support and Custom Headers for Header Scanner
Added TRACE method Support
Improved Interface
Better Proxy Support
WAF Fingerprinting
Load Files
Hash Calculator
Hash Detector

Download: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Xenotix_XSS_Exploit_Framework#tab=Downloads

Ajin Abraham

Information Security Enthusiast.
www.ajinabraham.com | www.defconkerala.org
www.opensecurity.in | +91-9633325997

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Unlimited Retina vulnerability scanner for only $1,200
Posted by cdupuis on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 @ 16:02:58 CEST (2976 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security

Anonymous writes "


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Kali Linux Special Edition of Hakin9
Posted by cdupuis on Sunday, 22 September 2013 @ 15:26:25 CEST (1666 reads)
Topic Hakin9

Take a Look at Hakin9's 'Guide to Kali Linux' - Articles Written by Professionals - and Gain Expert Skills in Kali Linux!

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Dear Readers,

Along with the Autumn here it comes the comprehensive 'Guide to Kali Linux'. In the following issue we will focus on this popular, yet still-much-to-discover pentesting tool.

Many our Followers were patiently waiting for this great issue and here it is! Just take a look at the content:


Kali Linux - What's new?
By Steven McLaughlin, Security Researcher
Kali Linux released earlier in the year is dubbed the most advanced penetration testing distribution, ever. How does it compare to BackTrack?, and: What's the difference?

Kali Linux for Enterprises
By Navneet Sharma, Information Security Analyst
Whenever we think of Penetration Testing (PT) the first name that comes to our mind is "Backtrack (BT)", which we have been using for the last few years. Backtrack, funded by offensive Security (www.offensive-Security.com), is also one of the most popular UBUNTU Linux based platform, with collection of organized security testing tools such as Open-VAS, maltigo, Metasploit Framework (MSF), etc. Last release to Backtrack series was Backtrack 5 R2 with codename Revolution.
Kali Linux is the latest linux distribution made for penetration testing by and used by security assessors and hackers. Kali Linux is also considered as a successor to Backtrack.


Weaponization of Android Platform using Kali Linux
By Daniel Singh, Independent Consultant in network and systems security
Kali Linux has become the most popular tool for professional penetration testing and security auditing. In this article, we will review how to couple the functionality of Kali Linux with Android platform over HTC One X smartphone to create an invincible penetration-testing weapon.

Kali Linux, Attacking Servers
By Ismael Gonzalez D., Security Researcher, CEH, MCP, MCDTS, MCSA, LPIC-1
This article will show you how to perform attacks on web servers, getting full access to the system and database. Just by using some of the 'Top Ten' tools of Kali Linux.

Hands On: How to Create "Backdoor" to Remote Access with Kali Linux, DNS Spoofing Attack with Ettercap and Cloning Sites with Kali Linux
By Rafael Fontes Souza, Co-Founder at Grey Hats, member of the "French Backtrack Team"
The three articles describe very useful tools in Kali and cover the ideas of creating backdoor, how to perform the spoof attack and how to clone websites with SET Attack Method.


Kali Scanning for HIPPA - A Proof of Concept: using Kali Linux to deploy distributed network vulnerability scanners for medical clients
By Charlie Waters, Security Officer and Senior Consultant for Infinity Network Solutions
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requires organizations who handle electronic Protected Health Information (e-PHI) to take action and reduce risk relative to potential security breaches of digital communication and storage of patient information. Open Source solutions can be leveraged as a low-cost and effective strategy to minimize risk when used as component of a larger information security program. With a long “track” record of community support, Kali is an open source Linux distribution containing many security tools to meet the needs of HIPAA network vulnerability scans.

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A new version of Arachni (web app scanner) has been released
Posted by cdupuis on Saturday, 14 September 2013 @ 21:46:03 CEST (1422 reads)
Topic Web Applications Security

Hey folks,

There's a new version of Arachni, an Open Source, modular and
high-performance Web Application Security Scanner Framework written in Ruby.

Brief list of changes:

* Optimized pattern matching to use less resources by grouping patterns to only
    be matched against the per-platform payloads. Bottom line, pattern matching
    operations have been greatly reduced overall and vulnerabilities can be used
    to fingerprint the remote platform.
* Modules
    * Path traversal (path_traversal)
        * Updated to use more generic signatures.
        * Added dot-truncation for MS Windows payloads.
        * Moved non-traversal payloads to the file_inclusion module.
    * File inclusion (file_inclusion) — Extracted from path_traversal.
        * Uses common server-side files and errors to identify issues.
    * SQL Injection (sqli) — Added support for the following databases:
        * Firebird
        * SAP Max DB
        * Sybase
        * Frontbase
        * IngresDB
        * HSQLDB
        * MS Access
    * localstart_asp — Checks if localstart.asp is accessible.
* Plugins — Added:
        * Uncommon headers (uncommon_headers) — Logs uncommon headers.

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Download page: http://www.arachni-scanner.com/download/

Homepage           - http://www.arachni-scanner.com
Blog               - http://www.arachni-scanner.com/blog
Documentation      - https://github.com/Arachni/arachni/wiki
Support            - http://support.arachni-scanner.com
GitHub page        - http://github.com/Arachni/arachni
Code Documentation - http://rubydoc.info/github/Arachni/arachni
Author             - Tasos "Zapotek" Laskos (http://twitter.com/Zap0tek)
Twitter            - http://twitter.com/ArachniScanner
Copyright          - 2010-2013 Tasos Laskos
License            - Apache License v2

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