I’m in the train from Paris where I attended the RMLL Security Track version 2016. The RMLL or “Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre” is an annual event around free software. Amongst multiple tracks, there is always one dedicated to information security (around free software of course). The global event was
The HITB crew is back in the beautiful city of Amsterdam for a new edition of their security conference. Here is my wrap-up for the first day!
Here is my wrap-up for the second day. Yesterday, we had a nice evening with some typical local food and wine then we went outside for a walk across the city of Nancy. Let’s go!
When my friend Didier Stevens contacted me last year to help him with a BruCON 5×5 project, I simply could not decline! Didier developed a framework to perform forensic investigations on Cisco routers. His framework is called NAFT (â€œNetwork Appliance Forensic Toolkitâ€). It is written in Python and provides a
I’m back in Belgium after driving a few hours back to Belgium and it’s time to give you my wrap-up of the second day. After a short night, we were back at the Chamber of Commerce in Nantes. The venue was located closed to the “MaillÃ©-BrÃ©zÃ©“, an old French military
Strange title isn’t it? Be patient, you’ll understand. Today, I’d like to post a small reflection about a discussion I had with other infosec guys during BruCON. This is not directly related to information security… though! The discussion was about the difficulties to combine a job and family life! Let’s
I’m writing the final touch of my PH-Neutral wrap-up from the Berlin airport waiting for my flight back to Belgium. The 0x7DB edition was the first time for me but also the latest one as FX, the founder, decided to not organize the event next year. A page is over!
2010 is almost over and 2011 is already at our door! In a few days, a lot of us will (try to) detach from the regular business and go back to family andÂ friends to spend good times. It’s time to make some planning, reserve enough off-days and setup my
I’m visiting organizations and companies for miscellaneous projects and I’m often scared by the lack of “visibility” they have on their infrastructure. For years now, new components have been deployed by pure requirements or (honestly) by the business “pressure”: Firewalls, IDS/IPS, (reverse)proxies, WiFi, SSL VPNs, etc. All those solutions, hardware
URL Shorteners are online services which reduce the length of URL’s. Web applications are more and more complex and their URL’s can have multiple parameters like pages, sessionsID’s and much more. At the same time, we use services which limit the messages size (like Twitter) or devices (like SmartPhones) which