Ethical Hacking conference & InfoSec
I have not posted recently to my blog, sorry about that. Though there were a lot of interesting things happing recently which I wanted to write about, but kept me really busy.
Last week I went to London to see InfoSec 2010 exhibition. It was like last year as I only visited for a day. Never the less I could look around and even talk with some logging vendor to see what they are doing. As always it was pretty crowded with only limited new stuff for me. Anyhow it was worthwhile to go and I think I will go next year as well. Luckily no volcanic ash stopped me from flying back…
Also last week I was giving a presentation at this year’s Ethical Hacking conference organized by NetAcademia. Like last year the conference was very well organized and the presentations were really interesting. I was giving my presentation with gyp on web-related attacks such as SQL-injection/XSS/code-injection with some live demonstration. I think the demos went well, though the topic seemed to be a bit out-of-date, especially compared to some real low-level, bit hacking, all-assembly presentations on egg-hunting, patch-analysis. Anyhow it was good to see that the quality of the presentations and conferences are dramatically improving in Hungary. I am really proud to be part of it. I think the video from our presentation will be available online soon. (Though only in Hungarian…)