GoSecure has conducted several network security migration projects in the past years, gathering technical experience on top Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) products. These projects not only required deep knowledge of two separate products (the source and the destination) but also the ability to build tools and automate tasks. Unfortunately, tools released by vendors are either limited, not flexible enough or simply hard to find.
Christmas time is around the corner again and there’s just no better time to play pranks on your coworkers, or is that April fools? Well, it doesn’t matter, the point is, pranks are fun! Since we also enjoy hacking in all its forms, we decided to have some fun with embedded devices around the office, but we needed a more specific target.
For those who missed it, here is the video of our BlackHat Europe 2016 presentation titled EGO-MARKET: When People’s Greed for Fame Benefits Large-Scale Botnets.
In the past six months, we have been working on a new static analysis tool for the .NET ecosystem called Roslyn Security Guard. It is a Visual Studio extension that analyzes C# code. It was first released at Black Hat USA this year. This article will cover the latest milestone reached which brings a new taint analysis mechanism and the introduction of automated code fixes.
Cybercrime is an evolving phenomenon and offenders are continuously adapting to find new techniques to monetize their illicit activities. Our research paper and upcoming BlackHat Europe presentation – EGO MARKET: When People’s Greed for Fame Benefits Large-Scale Botnets – is about Linux/Moose, a botnet that conducts social media fraud. This blog post is a summary of our paper.