Sorry for the lack of updates. Recently, i had been reading a lot of books about web hacking and RFID and neglected blogging. Its due to work nature that i have to report what i do everyday. However, just yesterday, I had a small chat with the author of the famous burp proxy and realised that he published a book call "The Web Application Hackers Handbook: Discovering and Exploiting Security Flaws". According to him, this was what he said "Our book aims to be the most comprehensive and deep guide to hacking web applications available. It covers numerous advanced topics like blind SQL/other injection, obscure logic flaws, attacking multi-stage authentication, new attacks against webusers, ViewState tampering, decompilation of thick client components, source code review, use of bespoke automation, and many more." As usual, i would always buy books to read and this one is not to be missed. If someone can guarantee me that his book is good, with experience in developing tools and giving talks in blackhat, then i will spend that kind of money in buying his books. Well, let me know what you guys think?
The Hacka Man