BSidesVienna 2019 Nov. 30, 2019 to Nov. 30, 2019, Vienna, Austria

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The rise and fall of Baldr: Frankeinstein's malware enjoys a wild ride Albert Zsigovits In January, 2019, SophosLabs discovered a new family of credential stealing malware that called itself ...
A handshake for vulnerabilities - A short dive into Krack and Dragonblood Christoph Madelmayer We all know and love it and would like to have it available all over ...
Code diving for pop chains Wolfgang Hotwagner PHP Object Injection is a well known web vulnerability that could allow an attacker to ...
AI Application for Detection of Android Malware APKs and Fake e-Commerce Websites Roman Graf , Olivia Aaron MAL2 project employs AI for malware and fake websites detection and comprises two parts:1. Neural ...
seccomp — Your Next Layer of Defense Philipp Krenn Why should you allow all possible system calls from your application when you know that ...
ÆCID: A self-learning Anomaly Detection Approach Based on Light-weight Log Analytics Max Wurzenberger Existing signature-based intrusion detection systems are based on manually-defined patterns that are known to correspond ...
When Your Biggest Threat is on Your Payroll: Drivers & Enablers of Insider Threat Activity Christina Lekati It is an irony in organizational security: Although so much capital is invested in the ...
Building a Red Team in a complex environment Ahmed Sherif The question which have been always asked, do we really need an offensive security team ...
Network Attacks for Red Teams and Blue Teams Michael Kafka Security features for network functions are not commonly deployed ontypical installations. This allows attackers to ...