Archive for July 23, 2013


Kismet Log Viewer v2 Tool Released

July 23, 2013

Secure Ideas actively supports open source and giving back to the community. In that light, we’re announcing the release of an updated tool for parsing and viewing Kismet log files. […]


Professionally Evil Toolkit – BozoCrack

July 18, 2013

This week I’ve been teaching a class on web app security for developers and I remembered a fun little script that I thought I’d share here.  That script is BozoCrack, […]


Professionally Evil Perspective podcast: Mobile Security Testing – Tips and Tools

July 18, 2013

I have to say that I really enjoy doing the Professionally Evil Perspective (PEP) podcast with Kevin.  It started as a crazy idea that I had a few months ago, […]


Professionally Evil Toolkit – Reconnoiter

July 16, 2013

In this series of the Professionally Evil Toolkit we will be talking about Reconnoiter. Reconnoiter was created by Secure Ideas very own Jason Wood. Reconnoiter is a set of scripts […]


Secure Ideas will not be presenting at DEF CON this year

July 11, 2013

James Jardine and I were accepted to present at DEF CON 21 in Las Vegas this year on attacking SharePoint.  For 21 years DEF CON has been a very respected organization […]


Who We Are: Thom Dosedel

July 9, 2013

Who am I: Thom Dosedel, Senior Security Consultant at Secure Ideas.  What do I do at Secure Ideas: Like my fellow consultants, I participate in both internal and external penetration […]


SamuraiWTF 5th Anniversary Giveaway

July 8, 2013

I am very excited to be writing this entry.  As of August 10, 2013 the SamuraiWTF project will be five years old!  It’s been quite a run and I am […]


Why Do Phishing As Part of Security Testing

July 3, 2013

I was recently watching a web cast on incident response and found myself thinking about the cause of the example incident.  It was yet another instance where phishing emails were […]