Showing posts with label Madalin Dumitru. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Madalin Dumitru. Show all posts

Cyber Smart Defence at ICE Totally Gaming 2016

ICE Totally Gaming:
Madalin Dumitru, CEO at Cyber Smart Defence, a leading provider of cyber security, will present at the 2016 ICE conference some key points of CSD's strategy in order to provide with its customers the peace of mind they require from cyber threats. Services offered include human hacking – black box penetration testing, cyber intelligence and incident handling.

"Our experience has taught us that automated testing tools cannot replace the capabilities of an attacker’s mind. What differentiates Cyber Smart Defence from our competitors is that we focus on performing manual testing, with minimum usage of automated tools. Thus, we simulate real attacks by trying to break into a customer’s system in the same way that an attacker might try, and this is why our security reports are very accurate in reflecting a system’s real level of security."

My interview for M6 France

Acum câteva luni de zile am dat un interviu pentru M6 France. Tema emisiunii (Zone Interdite) a fost despre hackeri. Aici puteți urmări întreaga emisiune (eu apar la sfarșit - 01:17:00) : M6 France - Zone Interdite. Un rezumat îl puteți găsi AICI.

Vizionare plăcută.

0day Websites Exploit - Cyber Smart Defence

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Tested website:
Tested CMS: WordPress (it works for any CMS platform).

Hello everyone. In this video I'll show you a 0day exploit based on a critical vulnerability, more exactly "Source Code Disclosure".

What can be done with this exploit?
With this 0day exploit we can disclose the source code of any file from a website (written in: PHP / ASP / CFM / JSP / etc).

How can this be possible?
After a long research, Cyber Smart Defence found a way to exploit the SSL service to obtain this result.

In order to find the best way to be secure contact us at

My Interview with Reuters

RPT-From hackers to security experts, the Balkan IT sector is booming 

  • Oracle, SAP, Hewlett Packard are in Romania and Bulgaria
  • Romania has become centre for computer hacking
  • Technology sector is a rare success in depressed economies

After hacking the Pentagon, NASA and Britain's Royal Navy for fun, TinKode got a real job as a computer security expert for a Romanian cyber safety consultancy. TinKode was the name used by Romanian Razvan Cernaianu when he revealed security holes in government and corporate systems across the world, earning him a two-year suspended prison sentence. "I was really passionate about carrying out what I call security audits," Cernaianu told Reuters "It's a hobby, so I did it for free. Moreover, I've always sent emails to those institutions to fix their problems."