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Collin Mulliner May 21
I'm happy to announce that I will be speaking about automated firmware analysis for security QA at ... we will be releasing our tool so everybody can join the CAFSA
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Katie Moussouris May 16
Kelly is an incredible security engineer that any organization would be highly fortunate to have on their team. She's a leader & a teacher, so enriches work of the entire team. Organizations should fight over her. Gentlefolk, start your hiring engines!
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Kelly Shortridge May 16
Omgomgomgomg & I will be giving the talk “Controlled Chaos: The Inevitable Marriage of DevOps & Security” at . Can’t wait to share our vision of the future with y’all!!!
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Zach Lanier May 15
Last day to submit for !
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vt May 7
Very pleased to share that and I will be representing at in Vegas this year, presenting our Compendium of Container Escapes. Really looking forward to it!
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Brandon Edwards May 7
I'm excited to announce that and I will be presenting our Compendium of Container Escapes at USA 2019
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👩‍💻 DynamicWebPaige Apr 27
a poem about silicon valley, assembled from quora questions about silicon valley.
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Capsule8 Apr 3
Is your approach to monitoring like adding dinosaurs to a theme park? (spoiler alert: it ends poorly) breaks down the different approaches to monitoring for production systems & how to get a thumbs up from both &
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Capsule8 Mar 6
Wondering how to escape a container? Check out our latest post with a full exploit and video demo of it in action by -
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vt Mar 6
We just couldn’t contain ourselves.. check out the new container escape post over at - PoC included!
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Kelly Shortridge Feb 28
Love this post by our researcher comparing hardening techniques (think stack canaries, PIE, RELRO) between Linux distros. Tons of legit af data (& pretty charts!) “Shipping quality software is hard” 💯☠️
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Dino A. Dai Zovi Feb 25
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Capsule8 Feb 6
Just published Part 2 of our series on exploiting the two vulnerabilities in - More awesome research from !
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smea Feb 3
whoever wins the super bowl we've all lost by watching that halftime show
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Capsule8 Jan 31
The D in stands for Danger, Will Robinson! Defanged exploit code for security holes now out in the wild via
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vt Jan 29
Check out the great work by on the recently disclosed systemd-journald issues over on the blog:
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Capsule8 Jan 29
We developed proof-of-concept exploits for the two vulnerabilities in systemd-journald that were published by Qualys earlier in the month. First of our multipart series just went live - check it out! Exploiting SystemD JournalD Part 1 -
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SummerCon Dec 20
Hey everyone! We're funding independent research in partnership with and ! Check out our press release, and apply now here:
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Brandon Falk Jan 2
applepie: A hypervisor for Bochs. This will be a rapidly evolving project that currently is just a hypervisor but shortly will be an instrumentation and fuzzing framework. I've got like 8 Word 0-day from falkervisor I'll refind with this and blog about :D
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Capsule8 Dec 20
Interested in presenting your new security research at ? Check out The SummerCon Fellowship, funded by and !
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