Yep, FOCA Again presented at BSidesLondon 2010

by Chema Alonso, Palako ,

Summary : FOCA was born as a tool to analyze networks using extracted metada from public files. It still does, but also has a lot of new functions to improve the pentesting. FOCA is focused in footprinting and fingerprinting phases along a pentesting job. Right now, we are about to publish a new version of FOCA. In this talk we'd try to describe all the details behind the newest version of FOCA for all the FOCA Lovers. Of course, we'll do a lot of crappy demos with famous sites, just for fun.
Presentation Abstract:
This talk will try to address the "unaskable" question "will best practices make use more secure?" in a light and entertaining manner.
Will a strong password policy result in stronger passwords? When are there too many admins on the system?
In good cop/bad cop style Frank Breedijk and Ian Southam will address this topic from the firm believe that IT Security should actually make IT more secure.

Chema Alonso: Chema Alonso is a Computer Engineer by the Rey Juan Carlos University and System Engineer by the Politecnica University of Madrid. He has been working as security consultant last six years and had been awarded as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional since 2005 to present time. He is a Microsoft frequent speaker in Security Conferences. He writes monthly in several Spanish Technical Magazines. He is currently working on his PhD thesis about Blind Techniques. Recently spoke in BH Europe 2008 about LDAP Injection & Blind LDAP Injection attacks, in Defcon 16 about Time-Based Blind SQL Injection using heavy Queries, in Toorcon X about RFD (Remote File Downloading) and in DeepSec 2k8 in Austria. Currently has been selected to be presenting in HackCon#4 in Norway and in SchmooCon 2k9 in Washington DC, BlackHat Europe 2k9 and Defcon 17.