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Fraud, Passwords, and Pwnage on the Interwebz

This past weekend I was lucky enough to attend Microsoft's BlueHat Conference in Redmond WA and Security B-Sides Seattle. The combination of some of those talks succeeded in keeping some persistent issues alive in the hopes of finding a solution....

How to Hack and Not Get Caught

The following thoughts on internal network penetration strategies are drawn from "OPFOR 4Ever," which I'll be presenting later this week with my colleague Chris Pogue at Microsoft's BlueHat Security Conference. Network penetration testers love to complain about the unrealistic scope...

Wherever you come from, you can meet BeEF

This year I've been very busy in terms of conferences, and developing/coordinating new features for BeEF. The move to GitHub has been successful: we are receiving many pull requests from our users, and we encourage everyone to do it. If...

The Patsy Proxy: Getting others to do your dirty work

Patsy (slang) - A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed. My girlfriend (@savagejen) and I will be presenting at Derbycon this year about some research we've done into systems not configured as proxies, but which will pass...

DEF CON 20: French Fry, Pizza, or Rotten Apples?

If you currently do a search online for a female's perspective about DEF CON, everything is coming up sexual harassment. I've been asked a dozen times about my experiences in the past week alone and I can't say anything overly...

Spiders are FUN! Party at DEF CON

Hey folks! This week a fair ammount of us (15k) are heading to Vegas for Black Hat / BSides / DEF CON. This year SpiderLabs is having their Party to celebrate the year! Open Bar, and DJ's, and a special...

Beyond Apache: ModSecurity for IIS/Nginx is Coming

The Trustwave SpiderLabs Research Team is proud to announce that, through a collaboration with the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) Team and community member Alan Silva (@AlanJumpi), we will be releasing ModSecurity versions for both the Microsoft Internet Information Services...

Security Capture the Flag Competitions

Many people look at capture the flag competitions with varying reactions. Some look at them as ways for groups to show off. Others look at them with disdain wondering why someone would want to brag about the ability to break...

THOTCON 0x3 - Hacker Brew Contest

This year's instantiation of the THOTCON hacking conference issued a unique challenge: "Brew a special beer for THOTCON and bring a bomber (22oz) with you to enter in the Hacker Brew contest - a special session at the end of Track 1. There will be a panel of judges including a BJCP National Judge, a judge from Half Acre and some prizes for the best hacker brews."

Update from Trustwave SpiderLabs EMEA, London

It was a hectic week in London. In case you hadn't heard its was InfoSec europe week, but we were also busy with the SC Awards dinner (where PenTest Manager won the innovation award), Bsides London, 44 café, speaking at...

Come and Join Us at InfoSecurity

This week we will be presenting and speaking at InfoSecurity, Europe's No.1 Information Security event (April 24th - 26th). We'll have our stand ready, marked D20, with materials and a small amphitheatre where I will be giving presentations on various...

Upcoming SpiderLabs Speaking Events - March / April 2012

At Trustwave SpiderLabs we encourage our team members to frequently perform their own research and share the results both internally and externally. From external standpoint, we are frequently asked to speak at private closed-door events, but we also submit talks...