ToorCon 9

ToorCon is always one of my favorite conferences of the year, and this year was no different. Actually, I take that back, it WAS different, it was even better than usual. I got something out of almost every talk that I attended, and the conference ran very smoothly. The conference is small and intimate and the speaker badges are green… I really can’t ask for much more. This year the [...]

ms07-055

Last week was Microsoft Patch Tuesday, and for once it actually affected me directly. The team I am part of at my new employer is responsible for reversing out patches such as these, determining the vulnerability that was patched, and developing ways to exploit or otherwise attack the software. From the advisories that were released, I ended up with ms07-055 which detailed a stack overflow in the Kodak Image Viewer [...]

By |2007-10-15T17:27:27+00:00October 15th, 2007|exploit, hack, hpavc, security research|0 Comments

New Employer: BreakingPoint Systems

Today I stepped into a new role as a Security Researcher for BreakingPoint Systems. I will be working with the team that handles the security component of the flagship product, the BPS-1000, which is a load and security testing appliance used to test network devices such as switches, firewalls, and the types of products my previous employer produces, Intrusion Prevention (or Detection) Systems. For the most part I'll be developing [...]

By |2007-10-01T21:50:39+00:00October 1st, 2007|employment, security, security research|0 Comments