Tag: blackhat

  • Relying on AV? Really?

    I tried to hold back on this one, but if you’ve read this blog (or met me in person) you know it’s hard… Another amazing research coming out of your favorite AV vendor – uncovering ground breaking security implications. Take a minute to read this: http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/simple-njrat-fuels-nascent-middle-east-cybercrime-scene Admittedly, I have stopped reading any AV vendor’s blog […]

  • Vegas 2012 by the Numbers

    So, I’m finally back from a very long week in Vegas. How long you ask? well, here are some numbers that start to reflect how it felt: Number of days in Vegas: 6+1 (un-planned extra day due to a missed flight) Number of conferences attended: 3.5 (BlackHat, BSidesLV, Defcon, and IOAsis counts as a 1/2 […]

  • This one time, at Defcon… (a blast from the past)

    Wow, there’s a blog here… Lucky for me there are other people who write new content that somehow relates to this blog so I have a chance to point to them and say “cool stuff, look there!”. My good friend Itzik Kotler has just written a blog post about bypassing DLP systems using some of […]

  • SexyDefense comes to Vegas!

    One of the best things that probably happened to the research on SexyDefense is that it has been accepted to BlackHat Briefings in Las Vegas! It is truly one of the highest indicators for me that we are on the right track in making some change in the defensive paradigm, especially in light of the […]

  • Updated speaking schedule!

    As noted before, for some reason beyond my understanding I am going to be speaking at both SOURCE Barcelona and Brucon in September, as well as in Excaliburcon in China (you guys must really like this whole crime meets state thing huh?). So, down to business, SOURCE Barcelona is going to be awesome – It’s […]