It’s a classic issue for BotConf attendees, the last day is always a little bit stronger due to the social event organized every Thursday night. This year, we are in the French area where good wines are produced and the event took place at the “Cité du Vin”. The night
Hello from Vienna where I’m at the DeepSec conference. Initially, I was scheduled to give my OSSEC training but it was canceled due to a lack of students. Anyway, the organizers proposed to me to join (huge thanks to them!). So, here is a wrap-up of the first day! After
And here is my third and last wrap-up for the 2019 edition of hack.lu! The last day is always harder for many people after the social event but I was on time to follow the first talk: “Beyond Windows Forensics with Built-in Microsoft Tooling” by Thomas Fischer. Thomas’s goal was
After a short night playing the CTF and a lot of morning coffee, I was ready for the second day… It started with a hot-topic: “Sensor & Logic Attack Surface of Driverless Vehicles” presented by Zoz. Even if not yet common on our roads today, self-driving cars (or cars with
Hello Readers! The first day of the hack.lu conference is already over, here is my wrap-up! The event started around 10:30, plenty of time to meet friends around a first coffee!
I’m writing this quick wrap-up in Vienna, Austria where I attended my first DeepSec conference. This event was already on my schedule for a while but I never had a chance to come. This year, I submitted a training and I was accepted! Good opportunity to visit the beautiful city
Wow, 10 years already! In a few weeks, this is the 10th edition of BruCON or the “0x0A edition“. If you know me or follow me, you probably know that I’m part of this wonderful experience since the first edition. I’m also sponsoring the conference through my company with a
Hello Readers, here is my wrap-up of the second day. Usually, the second day is harder in the morning due to the social events but, at TROOPERS, they organize the hacker run started at 06:45 for the most motivated of us. Today, the topic of the 3rd track switched from
I’m back to Heidelberg (Germany) for my yearly trip to the TROOPERS conference. I really like this event and I’m glad to be able to attend it again (thanks to the crew!). So, here is my wrap-up for the first day. The conference organization remains the same with a good venue.
And this is already the end of Botconf. Time for my last wrap-up. The day started a little bit later to allow some people to recover from the social event. It started at 09:40 with a talk presented by Anthony Kasza, from PaloAlto Networks: “Formatting for Justice: Crime Doesn’t Pay, Neither