Latest Hacking Tools Address Top Threats
Hacking tools set to be demonstrated by security researchers at the 2013 Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, to be held from July 27 to Aug. 1, address a variety of issues from malware analysis to finding and exploiting vulnerabilities. But a few cool hacking tools can help security professionals conduct phishing campaigns as part of security training, manage daily risk activities without spreadsheets or heavyweight governance risk compliance, software or help organizations gain the upper hand over their competitors. The tools will be demonstrated at the Black Hat Arsenal, an informal area at the conference where researchers can present their creations. Here are five notable hacking tools worth a look.