ISSUE 17 (July 2008)
Reverse engineering
Issue 17 Contributors
Paul Asadoorian
Senior Network Security Engineer for OSHEAN
Praveen Dalal
Managing Partner of Perry4Law
James Dorrian
Assistant Vice President of Security with Fidelity National Information Services
Todd Feinman
CEO of Identity Finder
Sandro Gauci
Founder of EnableSecurity
Nigel Johnson
Vice President of Product Management and Business Development for Zix Corporation
Sam Masiello
MX Logic Threat Operations Center.
Bogdan Materna
Founder of VoIPshield
Marco M. Morana
Leader of the OWASP
Ulf T. Mattsson
CTO of Protegrity
Patrick McGregor
CEO and a founder of BitArmor
Russ McRee
Security analyst & researcher
Nancee Melby
Senior Product Manager for Shavlik Technologies
Alisa Shevchenko
Malware consultant
Michael Thumann
CSO and head of the ERNW Research
Tony UcedaVelez
Danny Quist
CEO and co-founder of Offensive Computing

Reverse engineering

PDF download
Read issue 17 now

Table of contents

  • Open redirect vulnerabilities: definition and prevention
  • The future of security is information-centric
  • Securing the enterprise data flow against advanced attacks
  • Bypassing and enhancing live behavioral protection
  • Security flaws identification and technical risk analysis through threat modeling
  • Migration from e-mail to web borne threats
  • Security training and awareness: strengthening your weakest link
  • Assessing risk in VoIP/UC networks
  • Building a secure wireless network for under $300
  • Reverse engineering software armoring
  • Point security solutions are not a 4 letter word
  • Hacking Second Life

(IN)SECURE Magazine archive

ISSUE 67(November, 2020)

  • Hardware security: Emerging attacks and protection mechanisms
  • Justifying your 2021 cybersecurity budget
  • Cooking up secure code: A foolproof recipe for open source
  • Mapping the motives of insider threats
go to issue

ISSUE 66(June, 2020)

  • Let’s be realistic about our expectations of AI
  • Full-time bug hunting: Pros and cons of an emerging career
  • Crowdsourced pentesting is not without its issues
go to issue

ISSUE 65.5(March, 2020)

More than 36,000 attendees, 704 speakers and 658 exhibitors gathered at the Moscone Center in San Francisco to explore the Human Element in cybersecurity through hundreds of keynote presentations, track sessions, tutorials, seminars and special events.

go to issue