• Security implications of the rise of silicon-based life forms

    Computing has entered a new era marked by the emergence of a new life form, a silicon based life form, where the center of the paradigm is not human to computer interface, but is instead silicon life form to silicon life form interface, machine to machine.

  • 5 bad things IT administrators do

    Philip Lieberman is the President at Lieberman Software Corporation and in this video talks about five awful things that IT administrators do and offers ways to fix these actions.

  • Fast and furious reverse engineering

    Tomislav Pericin is one of the founders of ReversingLabs and the company's Chief Software Architect. In this video, recorded at Hack in The Box Amsterdam 2012, he talks about TitanEngine, a Swiss army knife for reverse engineers that can be automated.

  • Automated hacking

    The automatic tools that are available online save the attacker the trouble of studying attack methods and coming up with exploits to applications’ vulnerabilities. An attacker can just pick a set of automatic attack tools from the ones that are freely available online, install them, point them at lucrative targets, and reap the results.

    In this video, Rob Rachwald, Director of Security Strategy at Imperva, talks about how attackers are using automation to carry out attacks on web applications. Rob talks about Imperva's research into the most frequently used automated tools and also discusses how you can identify automated hacking.

  • Hardening Windows processes

    Didier Stevens is an IT security consultant working for a large financial corporation in Belgium.

    In this video recorded at Hack in The Box 2012 Amsterdam, Didier talks about hardening Windows processes and he discusses Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) as well as his own tool - HeapLocker.


Intentional backdoors in iOS devices uncovered

Posted on 22 July 2014.  |  A researcher has revealed that Apple has equipped its mobile iOS with several undocumented features that can be used by attackers and law enforcement to access the sensitive data contained on the devices running it.

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