Hackers the movie: A retrospective

In this lecture, Don A. Bailey will take a look back at another great milestone in information security: the movie Hackers. In this retrospective from Hack in The Box 2012, …

Video: History of the JavaScript security arsenal

In 2006 we had the first JavaScript port scanner. The same year we saw the incarnation of more advanced tools such as AttackAPI, Carnaval and Backframe. A year later we saw …

Video: Data mining a mountain of vulnerabilities

Every day, software developers around the world, from Bangalore to Silicon Valley, churn out millions of lines of insecure code. Veracode used static binary analysis on …

Video: Hacking Huawei VRP

Huawei routers are no longer devices only seen in China. Entire countries run their Internet infrastructure exclusively on these products and established tier 1 ISPs make …

Video: Smart TV 0-day vulnerability

This video by ReVuln demonstrates a 0-day vulnerability in Smart TV, in this case a Samsung TV LED 3D. Smart TV can be used to browse the Internet, use social networks, …

Video: Why privacy matters

Privacy International asked lawyers, activists, researchers and hackers at Defcon 2012 about some of the debates that thrive at the intersection between law, technology and …

Video: Incident response and cloud computing

Moving into a cloud environment can bring many advantages to organizations in terms of flexibility, scalability and other benefits. However, it also brings a number of …

Life cycle and detection of an exploit kit

As the process of owning systems and dragging them into botnets becomes ever more commercialized, exploit kits have emerged as a favorite of attackers. Their point-click-own …