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Week 24 In Review – 2015


HackerOne Connects Hackers With Companies, and Hopes for a Win-Win –
HackerOne is a San Francisco tech start-up that aims to become a mediator between companies with cybersecurity issues and hackers who are looking to solve problems rather than cause them. They hope their outfit can persuade other hackers to responsibly report security flaws, rather than […]

Week 23 In Review – 2015

Events Related

BSidesLondon 2015 Wrap-Up –
Here is a quick wrap-up of the BSidesLondon 2015 by Xavier. This year, they moved to a new location close to Earls Court where is organized InfoSec Europe at the same time.
WAF Bypass at Positive Hack Days V –
Though the contest WAF configuration allowed bypassing, uncommon solutions were also presented. This […]

Week 22 In Review – 2015

Events Related

HITB Amsterdam Wrap-Up Day #1 –
The HITB crew is back in the beautiful city of Amsterdam for a new edition of their security conference. Here is Xavier’s wrap-up for the first day!

HITB Amsterdam Wrap-Up Day #2
This is Xavier’s quick wrap-up for the second day of Hack in the Box!


New Research: Some Tough Questions for […]

Week 21 In Review – 2015


Inside Yubikey Neo –
Yubikey Neo is a $50 authentication token (with bells and whistles) from Yubico. Yubico advertizes it as “practically indestructible”. The product security section also claims that the device comes in a “tamper-proof casing” that is “practically impossible to tamper”. –
Strong Ciphers for Apache, nginx and Lighttpd. These examples are meant for sysadmins […]

Week 20 In Review – 2015


Week of PowerShell Shells – Announcement and Day 1 –
To generate awareness and spread the goodness of PowerShell in the infosec community, Nikhil is glad to announce a Week of PowerShell shells. On each day of the past week, from 11th May to 15th May 2015, Nikhil published/discussed a blog post on it.

Week of PowerShell […]

Week 16 In Review – 2015

Events Related

Test your hacker skills with DEF CON at the 2015 TRIBECA film festival –
For the first time ever, the world’s biggest underground hacking conference will travel from Las Vegas to NYC for this year’s TFF.


PCI versions 3.0, 3.1 and your SecureSphere deployment –
This blog entry will focus solely on new requirements that either affect […]

Week 15 In Review – 2015


SyScan2015 Conference Slides –
These are the SyScan2015 Conference Slides. SyScan2015 Conference Slides can be download from here.
CanSecWest 2015 Files –
The CanSecWest conference was established in 2000. Archives of presented materials in CanSecWest Vancouver 2015 can be found here.
RF Testing Methodology –
The RFTM is an Open Source, collaborative testing methodology.It is focussed on providing the information […]

Week 14 In Review – 2015

Events Related

Black Hat Asia 2015 Recap –
For the second year in a row, BlackHat Asia was held in Singapore, at the end of March, in the luxury Marina Bay Sands hotel. As usual, the 2 days briefings were fully loaded of plenty of topics. 3 distinct tracks were offered, plus the business track and of […]

Week 13 In Review – 2015

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Pwn2Own 2015: Day One results –
The first day of Pwn2Own 2015 saw successful attempts by four entrants against four products, with payouts of $317,500 to researchers during today’s competition.

Pwn2Own 2015: Day Two results –
The second and final day of Pwn2Own 2015 saw successful exploits by both entrants against four products, with each going after […]

Week 12 In Review – 2015

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Troopers15 Wrap-Up Day #1 –
This is Xavier’s first Troopers conference. Here is the wrap-up for the first day of Troopers15. Before the review of the talks, a few words about the conference. The venue was really nice as well as the facilities.

Troopers15 Wrap-Up Day #2 –
This is Xavier’s wrap-up for the second day of […]