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
Botconf 2015 Wrap-Up Day #3
And here is my wrap-up for the third day of the conference. Again a bunch of interesting talks. The first to join the floor was Yonathan KlijnsmaÂ who presented a nice history of the famous ransomware: Cryptowall. This ransomware has already multiple versions and involved after each of them. It started
Botconf 2015 Wrap-Up Day #2
After a short night due to social events and business related tasks, I joined the Google offices to follow a bunch of interesting presentations. If Botconf offers a great set of presentations, that’s also a good place for networking and to talk about infosecurity topics while having very nice food!
Botconf 2015 Wrap-Up Day #1
Here we go for a new edition of theÂ BotconfÂ edition. Already the third one. This conference is moving every year across France and, after Nantes and Nancy, the organizers chose Paris and more precisely the Google France venue! Really a nice one, typically in the Google atmosphere. I commuted from Belgium
Hack in Paris Challenge Wrap-Up
A few days ago, I proposed a challenge to solve. The first ten people, who solved it, won a free ticket to attend the security conference Hack in Paris in June. Thanks to all the players! If all tickets were assigned after a few days, some people did not solve
Challenge Ahead, Free Tickets for Hack in Paris 2015!
<Warning>Challenge closed</Warning> Like the previous two years, I’m happy to be a media partner of the French security conference “Hack in Paris“. The schedule is now online, great talks are foreseen! As a media partner, I receive a bunch of coupons for you. They will allow you to attend the
NoSuchCon Wrap-Up Day #3
Here we go with a review of the last day. As usual, the social event had huge impacts on some attendees but after coffee everything was almost back to normal. The day started with Braden Thomas who presented â€œReverse engineering MSP 430 deviceâ€ or reverse engineering a real-estate lock box.
NoSuchCon Wrap-Up Day #2
Here is my wrap-up for the second day of the conference NoSuchConÂ organisedÂ in Paris. Where is the first wrap-up will you maybe ask? Due to an important last minute change in my planning, I just drove to Paris yesterday evening and missed the first day! This is the second edition of
Hack in Paris 2014 Wrap-Up Day #2
And we are back to the Disneyland conference centre for the second day of Hack in Parisâ€¦ It looks that the night was very short for many people (who hacked all night long?) because the planning started with a delay!
Hack in Paris 2014 Wrap-Up Day #1
Today started the 2014 edition of Hack in Paris, a French security conference held in Disneyland Resort Paris – a very nice place for such kind of event! The conference started with a sunny sky over the conference centre in the New York hotel. I arrived just in time to