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
I’m just back from the social event that was organized at the aquarium Mare Nostrum. A very nice place full of threats as you can see in the picture above. Here is my wrap-up for the second day. The first batch of talks started with “KNIGHTCRAWLER, Discovering Watering-holes for Fun,
We reached December, it’s time for another edition of the Botconf security conference fully dedicate to fighting botnets. This is already the fifth edition that I’m attending. This year, the beautiful city of Montpellier in the south of France is hosting the conference. I arrived on Monday evening to attend
Hack.lu is already over and I’m currently waiting for my connecting flight in Munich, that’s the perfect opportunity to write my wrap-up. This one is shorter because I had to leave early to catch my flight to Hacktivity and I missed some talks scheduled in the afternoon. Thank Lufthansa for
As said yesterday, the second day started very (too?) early… The winner of the first slot was Aaron Zauner who talked about pseudo-random numbers generators. The complete title of the talk was “Because ‘User Random’ isn’t everything: a deep dive into CSPRGNs in Operating Systems & Programming Languages”. He started
Hack.lu is ongoing in Luxembourg, already the thirteen edition! I arrived yesterday to attend a pre-conference event: the MISP summit. Today the regular talks were scheduled. It seems that more attendees joined this edition. The number of talks scheduled is impressive this year: 11 talks today and 12 talks on
BruCON 0x09 is over! It’s time to have a look at the data captured during the last Thursday and Friday. As the previous years, the setup was almost the same: An Internet pipe with a bunch of access-points, everything interconnected through a pfSense firewall. The guest network (dedicated to attendees)
Here we go with a quick wrap-up of the second day. It started smoothly around 09:00 and was dedicated to more technical talks. After some refill of coffee, I was ready to follow all talks presented in the main track.