The Agile Hacking Project

This is a quick announcement regarding the Agile Hacking project. For those of you who are not familiar with this project, there is a post that you can go through over here.

So, the Agile Hacking project has found a new home in the newly established House of Hackers V2 initiative, which is essentially the House of Hackers‘ wiki. We plan to use V2 as our main project repository. [...]

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Agile Hacking

Help us create the best hacking reference/manual/book ever made. We provide the scene, the resources and the money, and you keep the credits and the control over the eventual profits. Read on.

During the next couple of months we are open for your submissions. The idea is to harvest the knowledge of the crowds in order to create the best hacker manual ever made. The process is very simple. [...]

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Google Hacking for Penetration Testers Second Edition

I was invited to co-author Google Hacking for Penetration Testers Second Edition with the some of the greatest minds of enumeration gathering attacks and Google Hacking.

…from the book excerpt:

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Co-authoring Google Hacking for Penetration Testers, Volume 2

j0hnny, Roelof Temmingh and I are currently working on the second edition of Syngress’ best selling book Google Hacking for Penetration Testers. We are all excited about it and we hope that the second edition will be as good or even better then the first edition with an up-to-date information on the latest Google hacks (Google Dorks) and a lot more interesting additions, which we cannot disclose at the moment. [...]

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XSS Attacks – Cross Site Scripting Exploits and Defence

XSS Attacks – Cross Site Scripting Exploits and Defence is a book project that I was involved into, together with Jeremiah Grossman, Robert RSnake Hansen, Anton Rager and last but not least, Seth Forgie – technical editor and coauthor. I must say, that the project was a lot of fun mashed with hard work and numerous sleepless nights. [...]

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XSS Attacks Book Preview

If you haven’t heard from RSnake‘s or JG‘s blogs yet, the long awaited XSS Attacks book will be out very soon and here I have the chance to present you with the way the cover will look like in addition to the TOC and a sample chapter. I hope that you find it useful. We’ve put a lot of effort into making this book possible. It is a quite good technical read so give it a try.

I would like to thank for the opportunity that has been given to me. [...]

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Author of the XSS Book

It is probably about time to announce that I am one of the authors of the upcoming XSS Book, RSnake talked about a month ago on his blog. The complete list of authors is: Seth Fogie, Jeremiah Grossman, Robert Hansen, Anton Rager and Petko Petkov (a.k.a me).

The book is going quite well and I hope that it will provide a good starting point for those who are interested in getting into client-side web security but don’t know much about it. [...]

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