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Black Hat USA 2015 – part 1

Black Hat USA is the most famous IT security conference in the world that every year congregate thousands of security experts and interested to Las Vegas. For its 18th year the conference took place in the glamorous Mandalay Bay Conference Center in Las Vegas. And as every year, two security analysts of Compass Security have […]

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Compass Security at CYBSEC15 in Yverdon-les-Bains

As in past years, Compass Security will participate in the upcoming CyberSec Conference in Yverdon-les-Bains (formerly Application Security Forum – Western Switzerland). This year, we will contribute in two events: First, Antoine Neuenschwander and Alexandre Herzog will conduct a day long training session on Tuesday, November 3rd. Participants will be able to exercise their skills […]

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Presentation at BSidesVienna

On the last Saturday the 22nd of November, I attended BSidesVienna 2014 to deliver a talk about BurpSentinel. This tool is a Burp Suite extension giving better control over semi-automated requests sent to a given web application page. The presentation also covered aspects on automated Cross-Site Scripting and SQL injection detection. Despite talking early in the day (10 am), […]

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Blackhat and DEF CON USA 2014

Black Hat USA in Las Vegas is one of the biggest IT security conferences in the world. Every year, thousands of security-interested people attend the conference that is held in the infamous Mandala Bay, in the heart of Las Vegas. And as every year, two security analysts of Compass have participated the conference to learn […]

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Compass Mitarbeiter erneut ausgezeichnet

Nachdem am 25. Mai 2014 bereits Alexandre Herzog, CTO bei Compass Security, mit dem 1337-Award durch die SGRP, einer Alumni-Organisation für MAS Information Security[1] Absolventen der Hochschule Luzern, ausgezeichnet [2] wurde, ist es erneut einem Compass Mitarbeiter gelungen, die Fachjury von seinem ausserordentlichen Wissen und Können zu überzeugen. Lukas Reschke hat im Rahmen seines Praktikums […]

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ASFWS slides and OWASP meeting tomorrow

As announced a while ago, I had the chance to organize both a workshop about our hacking-lab.com and present my talk “Advances in secure (ASP).NET development – break the hackers’ spirit” at the AppSec Forum Western Switzerland in Yverdon-les-Bains last week. I hope to soon summarize the conferences I attended in an upcoming blog article. […]

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Compass Security at ASFWS in Yverdon-les-Bains

Compass Security is proud to be part and sponsor of the Application Security Forum – Western Switzerland (ASFWS), a conference about application, identity and cyber security which will be take place in a week’s time in Yverdon-les-Bains (15-16 October 2013). I will run the AppSec Lab 1 (featuring the Hacking-Lab), on Wednesday 16 October in the […]

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RHUL Information Security Group (ISG) Weekend Conference

Each year, the world renowned Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL) Information Security Group (ISG) invites potential, current and past students to join the weekend conference and meet with well regarded security researchers and experts from academia, UK government and the industries. Part of the tradition is to to have dinner at the wonderfull and […]

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Black Hat USA 2013

Black Hat USA is the most famous conference for IT security professionals and hackers around the globe. The highly skilled speakers provide insights into their ongoing research and release their brand new tools. Of course, the spectacular location at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas contributes to the popularity of this conference as well. This year’s […]

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ASFWS – Cybercrime to Information Warfare & “Cyberwar”: a hacker’s perspective

Slides available on http://asfws12.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/asfws2012-raoul_chiesa-ioan_landry-infowar_and_infoops.pdf Raoul Chiesa & Loan Landry had the last words of AppSec Forum Western Switzerland for the concluding presentation. Let’s be honest, trying to resume Raoul and Loan’s presentation within a few lines is a hard task. And this task gets more complicated or even impossible as they explicitly asked us not […]

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