Monthly Archives: May 2013

NosuchCon Conference – Final day

NosuchCon Conference – Final day

Hi! This day of NoSuchCon conference was very exiting. Unfortunately was the last one… I woke up quite early this morning, after a great Conference party organized the evening before at “La rotonde de la Villette” pub in Paris… I met a lot of security researcher there, and had a beer altogether. I found indeed that there are some very good and clever italian researchers that do a work very closely to mine. We have …

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NosuchCon – Day 2

NosuchCon – Day 2

Hi all! This day was the second one, attending NosuchCon conference…. In the morning we have seen a good analysis on a new kind of BIOS rootkit, able to resist to even a BIOS reflashing. Its name is “The Flea”. Entire work was presented by John Butterworth, Corey Kallenberg, Xeno Kovah (guys from Mitre). I think that it could be a very strong and interesting project… We have seen furthermore a presentation of ARM exploitations …

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NosuchCon Conference – Day 1

NosuchCon Conference – Day 1

Hi all! As promised I am starting to write a series of 3 blog posts regarding my visit to NoSuchCon conference here in Paris… I have just attended the first of the three days of this good Security conference. Researchers from all over the world have presented some interesting topics. In my opinion the most important and useful (for at least this first day) is the one showed by Mateusz Jurczyk. He has discussed some …

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