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Cesar Cerrudo
Professional Hacker & Cyber security Futurist. CTO, IOActive Labs, leading the research on Smart Cities, Blockchain, IoT & Robots Security. Hacking
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Cesar Cerrudo Feb 7
Nice to see how Windows OSes have evolved for good, I miss old exploitation tricks that used to be cool now most are defunct :)
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Cesar Cerrudo Feb 7
yeah we need hispanic not just Brazilians as :)
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IOActive, Inc Feb 6
Kids' Smart Watch Recalled Over Security Concerns
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Cesar Cerrudo Jan 29
Replying to @mgitemperini
Muy bueno pero tendrian que cambiar el titulo, parece que estudiaste para ser ciberdelincuente :)
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Elias Ladopoulos Jan 24
Happy MOD Day everyone! On January 24, 1990 the first generation of the Masters of Deception were gently encouraged to stop hacking things (ok, raided). AT&T later admitted they screwed up, but a slick young prosecutor still managed to use the moment to claim fame in cyber law.
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Katie Moussouris Jan 14
Thanks for reviewing the market paper I coauthored as part of my work on the vulnerability economy & exploit market with MIT Sloan School, . This is exactly why my company cautions hunters & hunted about the stratification of the labor market
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TechSpective Jan 17
IOActive experts weigh in with their thoughts on some of the emerging innovative threats to watch for in 2019.
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IOActive, Inc Jan 15
Join us for “A Trip To the Dark Side of the Moon” during the kick off of HACK::SOHO this January!
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Cesar Cerrudo Jan 16
Replying to @aionescu
I have worked remotely for 15 years and have build and managed several remote teams for security and software development without any problems
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Alex Ionescu Jan 4
Wow someone rewrote all of Windows Internals (and more) in French and published it as a free webpage :
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Rodrigo Branco Jan 3
Team members that deserve credit as well (in no special order): Ke Sun (), , Gabriel Barbosa () and Henrique Kawakami ()
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Mickey Dec 27
Microsoft Windows 10 Device Security slides from WinHEC 2018 discussing system-guard, DMA attacks, Control Flow Enforcement, Securing SMM and much more. interesting stuff, but i'm not sure about that PCI Leech price tag...
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Mudge Dec 20
Replying to @dotMudge
Vendors understand unit testing for product functionality but seemingly lack this awareness for the most basic safety/security build settings. Modern software/systems need to check DEP, ASLR, Stack Guards, etc., the same way automobiles verify they have seatbelts and airbags.
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HITBSecConf Dec 14
The Call for Papers for (May 6th - 10th Beurs van Berlage) is now open! Submission deadline: Feb 28th 2019! P.S. Find a bug in our CFP system? Let us know conferenceinfo@hackinthebox.org
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Cesar Cerrudo Dec 14
Replying to @0xcharlie
He got too excited for meeting me
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Cesar Cerrudo Dec 14
I found this little friend we hacked some time ago, he seems to be doing fine :)
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Thomas O Dec 11
I will present some new trends about Darknet, Cybercrime, Data leaks and emerging threats at s event in Jan
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Cesar Cerrudo Dec 8
Very interesting!
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Cesar Cerrudo Dec 7
Congrats!!
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Cesar Cerrudo Dec 6
Great meeting you all!
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