A secure world is a better world. Our data has to be secure. Our privacy has to be un-touchable. Defending freedom is our cause. (Read more) (Browse Projects)
THC SSL DOS|
This proof of concept tool exploits a vulnerabity in SSL. It can knock of a server off the internet by exhausting the CPU power. This tool is by far not complete and can be greatly enhanced to further the impact..(Download Tool, Press Release)
David Maciejak's HYDRA ARTICLE|
This article explains how to use Hydra to check for weak passwords. It is a powerful real-time brute force tool for hackers and network administrators alike. Hydra can automatically crack email passwords, gain access to routers, windows systems, telnet or ssh protected servers, ...(Read more).
(Download Article, Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4)
|*** Vodafone Phone Hacking Scandal ***|
Vodafone customers are exposed to phone tapping. THC reveals secrets of Vodafone's insecure Femto equipment.
Crappy and braindead design of femto puts customers at risk. Problem can not be fixed by hardening femto. Redesign (e.g. removing mini RNC from the femto) is the only secure way forward. Vodafone urget to improve security.
3G/UMTS/WCDMA has such nice security features. Shame to see how one operator can fuck it up so badly...
(Read Blog, Read Wiki)
Controlling motors, LEDs, count down timers, mini robots or sniffing protocols is what hackers like to do.|
The Arduino is a nifty little hardware kit. It comes with many Input/Output pins and can run off a battery for weeks!
The hardware can be programmed in standard C. Projects exists for ethernet, rfid, wifi, temperature sensor, power consumption meters, IR sensor/transmitter, ...
T-Shirts are a great way to show your support for THC. This limited
edition of 50 pieces is available to members and close friends. A few are
left so contact us if you did not get one yet! (Read more)
The bearer of this t-shirt is an honourable member of the hacking community.
THC has assembled novel hackers from around the world.
Our mission is to expose fishy security products and
make sure that your rights are protected.
Founded in 1995 THC has published over 70 papers and
In contrast to most security companies, THC aims at
analyzing and preventing novel, emerging security
problems. The group fosters independent research not
driven by commercial interests and paradigms. Currently,
THC is among the top non-commercial security groups
THC does not stop when you pull the plug. We have scheduled real-life
meetings to discuss matter of importance. THC members have participated
in the following events (move your mouse over the images).