Vídeos de Black Hat USA 2016

Ya también están disponibles de los vídeos de Black Hat USA 2016, así como el material presentado: Why This Internet Worked How We Could Lose It and the Role Hackers Play A Journey From JNDI/LDAP Manipulation to Remote Code Execution Dream Land The Art of Defense - How Vulnerabilities Help Shape Security Features and Mitigations in Android Call Me: Gathering Threat Intelligence on Telephony Scams to Detect Fraud Applied Machine Learning for Data Exfil and Other Fun Topics Canspy: A Platform for Auditing Can Devices Dangerous Hare: Hanging Attribute References Hazards Due to Vendor Customization Over the Edge: Silently Owning Windows 10's Secure Browser How to Make People Click on a Dangerous Link Despite Their Security Awareness Certificate Bypass: Hiding and Executing Malware From a Digitally Signed Executable Pay No Attention to That Hacker Behind the Curtain: A Look Inside the Black Hat Network Drone Attacks on Industrial Wireless: A New Front in Cyber Security Hackproofing Oracle Ebusiness Suite Using Undocumented CPU Behavior to See Into Kernel Mode and Break Kaslr in the Process Gattacking Bluetooth Smart Devices - Introducing a New BLE Proxy Tool Measuring Adversary Costs to Exploit Commercial Software Removing Roadblocks to Diversity HEIST: HTTP Encrypted Information Can Be Stolen Through TCP-Windows Memory Forensics Using Virtual Machine Introspection for Cloud Computing Secure Penetration Testing Operations: Demonstrated Weaknesses in Learning Material and Tools Nonce-Disrespecting Adversaries: Practical Forgery Attacks on GCM in TLS Towards a Holistic Approach in Building Intelligence to Fight Crimeware Subverting Apple Graphics: Practical Approaches to Remotely Gaining Root The Remote Malicious Butler Did It!
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Vídeos de GrrCON 2016

Ya tenemos acceso a los vídeos de las charlas de GrrCON 2016, celebrada en Michigan los pasados 6 y 7 de octubre. 116 Security Guards LOL Brent White Tim Roberts 115 Attacking the Hospitality and Gaming Industries Tracking an Attacker Around the World in 7 Years 318 Welcome to The World of Yesterday Tomorrow Joel Cardella 317 On being an Eeyore in Infosec Stefan Edwards 217 Phish your employees for fun Kristoffer Marshall 216 Binary Ninja Jared Demott 316 Piercing the Air Gap Network Steganography for Everyone John Ventura 315 So Youve Inherited a Security Department Now What Amanda Berlin 215 Whats in your Top Ten Intelligent Application Security Prioritization Tony Miller 214 Tales from the Cryptanalyst Jeff Man 114 Breaking Android Apps for Fun and Profit Bill Sempf 113 Back to the Future Understanding our future but following the past Kevin Johnson 313 Alignment of business and IT Security Shane Harsch 213 Money Fame Power Build your success as a security professional Nathan Dragun 212 Machine Duping Pwning Deep Learning Systems Clarence Chio 211 Magnetic Stripes 101 Tyler Keeton 112 Guarding Lunch J Wolfgang Goerlich 111 Predator to Prey Tracking Criminals with Trojans and Data Mining for Fun and Profit Ken Westin 110 and bad mistakes Ive made a few Jayson Street 312 Contracting Privacy Security and 3rd Party Nathan Steed Kenneth Coleman 312 Contracting Privacy Security and 3rd Party Nathan Steed Kenneth Coleman 110 and bad mistakes Ive made a few Jayson Street (only first 30 min or so) 210 Encryption Mobility Cloud Oh My Bill Harmer 209 Using Virus Total Intelligence to track the latest Phishing Document campaigns Wyatt Roersma 311 Stop attacking your mothers car Charles Parker II 208 Cruise Ship Pentesting OR Hacking the High Seas Chad M Dewey 207 Quick and Easy Windows Timelines with Pyhon MySQL and Shell Scripting Dr Phil Polstra 310 How to Implement Crypto Poorly Sean Cassidy 309 Reality Checking Your AppSec Program Darren Meyer 308 Bad Guys Look Just Like You Justin Beard 205 Threat Detection Response with Hipara J Brett Cunningham 204 Reversing and Exploiting Embedded Devices Walking the software and hardware stack Elvis Collado 203 Surreal Paradigms Automotive Culture Crash D0xt0r Z3r0 108 Secure Dicks Michael Kemp 206 still broken after all these years aka utility security for smarties doug nibbelink 307 Getting to the Root of Advanced Threats Before Impact Josh Fazio 306 Fighting the Enemy Within Matt Crowe 305 How Do You Secure What You Dont Control Dimitri Vlachos 304 Pentester to customerI will 0wn your network Customer to pentesterNo I will make you cry David F 303 Make STEHM Great Again David HealWHans Schwartzberg 205 Threat Detection Response with Hipara J Brett Cunningham 204 Reversing and Exploiting Embedded Devices Walking the software and hardware stack Elvis Collado 203 Surreal Paradigms Automotive Culture Crash D0xt0r Z3r0 105 Abnormal Behavior Detection in Large Environments Dave Kennedy 302 Five Nights At Freddys What We Can Learn About Security From Possessed Bears Nick Jacob 300 Securing Trust Defending Against Next generation Attacks John Muirhead Gould 202 What do you mean Im pwnd I turned on automatic updates Scott Thomas Jeff Baruth 201 So You Want to Be a Pentester Absolute0x0 200 Internet of Things IoT radio frequency RF Analysis With Software Defined Radio Kevin Bong 103 Becoming a Cyborg The First Step Into Implantable Technology Michael Vieau 102 Weaponizing Nanotechnology and hacking humans defining the boundaries Chris Roberts 100 Act Three The Evolution of Privacy Finux  
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Vídeos de Derbycon 2016

Ya tenemos disponibles los vídeos (faltan algunos) de una de las conferencias que más ha crecido en los últimos años: Derbycon. La edición de este año 2016 acaba de terminar y nos ha dejado un gran número de charlas interesantes: Key Note - Jeffrey Snover, Lee Holmes Carlos Perez - Thinking Purple Ed Skoudis - Internet of Things, Voice Control, AI, and Office Automation: BUILDING YOUR VERY OWN J.
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Vídeos de HOPE XI

Ayer terminó la conferencia organizada por el grupo de 2600, HOPE XI (Hackers On Planet Earth). La mayoría de los vídeos ya están disponibles. Hubo tres pistas (tracks) en paralelo: (desde el mismo player puedes hacer cambiar los vídeos derecha/izquierda) Lamarr: Noether: Friedman:
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Vídeos de OWASP AppSec Europe 2016

Se han publicado los vídeos de las charlas de OWASP Europe 2016 celebrada en Roma. La lista de las charlas publicadas es la siguiente: Abhay Bhargav - SecDevOps: A View from the Trenches A. Brucker, S. Dashevskyi, F. Massacci - Using Third Party Components for building a Adam Muntner - Open Source Approaches to Security for Applications and Services at Mo Ajin Abraham - Automated Mobile Application Security Assessment with MobSF Amol Sarwate - 2016 State of Vulnerability Exploits Andreas Falk - Building secure cloud - native applications with spring boot and spring Arne Swinnen - The Tales of a Bug Bounty Hunter - 10 Interesting Vulnerabilities B.
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Vídeo tutoriales gratuitos de iniciación a la programación en Swift

Poco a poco el lenguaje de programación de Apple, Swift, está ganando enteros, sobre todo desde que Apple decidió hacerlo open source. Incluso hay quien apuesta por Swift en el lado del servidor. En swiftschool.io ofrecen un curso de iniciación totalmente gratuito en el nos enseñan los fundamentos básicos del lenguaje y poco a poco termina con la creación de una aplicación para iPhone. El curso contiene unos 40 vídeos muy cortos, unos 2 minutos de media más o menos.
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Domingo por la mañana, Exit - Jean-Michel Jarre y Edward Snowden

Aquí tenéis otro vídeo con comentarios de Edward Snowden y el propio Jean-Michel Jarre.
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Vídeos de DeepSec 2015

Después de que se publicara el material de DeepSec 2015, ahora también tenemos los vídeos disponibles: [DS15] ZigBee Smart Homes – A Hacker’s Open House - Tobias Zillner, Florian Eichelberger [DS15] The German Data Privacy Laws and IT Security - Stefan Schumacher [DS15] Revisiting SOHO Router Attacks [DS15] Remote Browser Based Fingerprinting of Local Network Devices - Manfred Kaiser [DS15] Not so Smart - On Smart TV Apps - Marcus Niemietz [DS15] 50 Shades of WAF Exemplified at Barracuda & Sucuri - Ashar Javed [DS15] Yes, Now YOU Can Patch That Vulnerability Too!
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