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
The third day is already over! I’m just back at home so it’s time for a last quick wrap-up before recovering before BruCON which is organized next week! Damien Cauquil started the first batch of talks with a presentation of his new framework: “BTLEJuice: the Bluetooth Smart Man In The Middle
I’m just back from the second day of hack.lu. The day started early with Patrice Auffret about Metabrik! Patrice is a Perl addict and developed lot of CPAN modules like Net::Packet or Net:Frame. That’s why he had the idea to write a new UNIX shell working like a Perl interpreter.
I’m back to Luxembourg for a new edition of hack.lu. In fact, I arrived yesterday afternoon to attend the MISP summit. It was a good opportunity to meet MISP users and to get fresh news about the project. This first official day started later and in a classic way: with
I just drove back to home after the 11th edition of hack.lu. As always, it was an amazing event organized by, amongst others, many team members of the CIRCL. So, let’s write a quick wrap-up for this third day. Some talk will be less covered due to interesting chat sessions with
Here we go with my wrap-up for the second day. After some coffee and pastries, the day started hardly with a very technical talk. Samuel Chevet & Clément Rouault presented their research about Windows local kernel debugging. Kernel debugging does not mean always being used for the bad, it can also
Today started the 11th edition of hack.lu in Luxembourg. Being one of my preferred event, I drove to Luxembourg this morning direction to the Alvisse Parc hotel! The first day started with a security breakfast and a round table. Marie Moe talked about medical devices. The topic was “How to improve cyber safety
The next edition of the hack.lu conference is coming soon! In approximatively one month, many infosec professionals will join Luxembourg to attend this event and I’ll also be there! I’m attending Hack.lu since 2008 and it remains one of my preferred event. What can we expect from the 2015 edition?