Hacking In A Foreign Language: A Network Security Guide To Russia presented at Blackhat Europe 2005

by Kenneth Geers,

Tags: Security

Summary : Has your network ever been hacked, and all you have to show for your investigative efforts is an IP address belonging to an ISP in Irkutsk? Are you tired of receiving e-mails from Citibank that resolve toMuscovite IP addresses? Would you like to hack the Kremlin? Or do you think that the Kremlin has probably owned you first? Maybe you just think that Anna Kournikova is hot. If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then you need an introduction to the gulag archipelago of the Internet, the Cyberia of interconnected networks, Russia.