Just arrived in DC for ShmooCon 2009. Here’s the move:
- Automated Mapping of Large
- Watching the Watcher:
The Prevalence of Third-party Web Tracking
- Radio Reconnaissance in Penetration Testing – All Your RF Are Belong to Us
- Fail 2.0: Further Musings on Attacking Social Networks
- Next Generation Wireless Recon, Visualizing the Airwaves
- Man in the Middling Everything with The Middler
- All Your Packets are Belong To Us: Attacking Backbone Technologies
- The Fast-Track Suite: Advanced Penetration Techniques Made Easy
- Re-Playing with (Blind) SQL Injection
- EDL Cloning for $250
- Reinterpreting the Disclosure Debate for Web Infections
- Are bad times good for security professionals?
Lots of good talks this year. SecureState’s in the house, both David Kennedy and Matt Neely’s talks look interesting. Looking forward to learning more about Jay Beale’s Middler. The final talk, “Are bad times good for security professionals?” seems highly relevant, definitely looking forward to that.