This is already the last day! We started again at 08:30 with a talk about IP cameras: “Do you know who’s watching you? An in-depth examination of IP cameras attack surface” by Francisco Falcon & Nahuel Riva. This isn’t the first time that IP cameras are used as targets for
And we are back for the 2nd wrap-up already! Today, we had a very bad weather (it rained all night long) but we had interesting (and complex) talks! The first one was presented by Inbar Raz who talked about “Physical (in)security – It’s not – all – about Cyber“. Inbar
Here is the first wrap-up of hack.lu 2013 edition (I’m wearing today the t-shirt from 2008, this is already my sixth edition). As usual, the event started with a bunch of workshops. I attended the one presented by Matt and Kacper Why about Scapy. I did not event a deep
The 2012 edition of hack.lu is already over for a few minutes. Here is my wrap-up posted just before driving back to $HOME! Yesterday, we had a nice dinner with Belgian friends. This is some kind of tradition during the conference, meet friends and exchange ideas, positions around a table
Here we go for the wrap-up of the second day! After a short night and some 0xC0FFEE, the schedule started with a keynote by Sharon Conheady about the “future of social engineering“. Sharon is a specialist in social extreme engineering (read: with physical access to facilities).
Last week, I was in Luxembourg for my day-to-day job and this week, I’m back for more fun (and some business too :-). It’s time for a new edition of hack.lu. This is already myfourth edition, time flies!
Here is my quick wrap up of my visit to hack.lu 2011. For those who do not know me, I’m a BruCON volunteer, busy with the network stuff. This year was very special, due to unforeseen circumstances, both conferences overlapped! BruCON (the talks) were scheduled Monday and Tuesday and Hack.lu
The third day is just over, I just arrived at home in Belgium. Let’s write a quick review! The day started with Tom Keetch who demonstrated how to escape the protected mode of IE8. The feature is available with Internet Explorer 7 and requires at least Vista. Unfortunately, nothing is
The second day is over! Here is my wrap-up. After some doses of caffeine, the day started with the “Red Team Testing” workshop by Chris Nickerson (@indi303). He explained a methodology to conduct penetration tests. Good examples are the ones of the Tiger Team. The goal is to revamp the
We are already in November, fall is back! This is also the sign of the new edition of hack.lu, a classic security conference organized in Luxembourg. The first day started with workshops. I attended the crypto analysis workshop prepared by Eric Filiol, an expert in this domain. Cryptography is certainly