Posted by Dave Aitel on Jun 14Keynotes, unlike normal technical talks, should sometimes cover very
Posted by Moses on Jun 14Indicators of Compromise or more appropriately those that are Open
Posted by Ben Miller on Jun 13so I think one of the more powerful thing about IOCs is that it is open. To
Posted by Vitaly Osipov on Jun 13… or, Ptolemaic model of the solar system of infosec.
Posted by Halvar Flake on Jun 12
Posted by Kristian Erik Hermansen on Jun 12It's the same reason DENTISTS STILL HAVE JOBS. We can -- with nearly
Posted by Brad Andrews on Jun 12Perhaps everything basically boils down into that, at one form or another. How many new things are really under the
Posted by Nick Selby on Jun 12Great thread. The only thing I would expand on Dave's description of
Posted by security curmudgeon on Jun 12: Why does it seem we are moving from blacklists to "new and improved"
Posted by Arrigo Triulzi on Jun 12[...]
Posted by Justin Seitz on Jun 12This is true arguably because the overall skill of the infosec industry
Posted by John Strand on Jun 12Why does it seem we are moving from blacklists to "new and improved"
Posted by Dave Aitel on Jun 12Hackers spend a lot of time looking at what's coming down the technology
Posted by Fyodor on Jun 11my spelling corrector prompts me that the link should be
Posted by Nicolas Waisman on Jun 10Immunity is excited to announce our fourth annual Hack Cup this year in
Posted by Dave Aitel on Jun 07Alright, it's Friday, and luckily there's nothing going on in the
Posted by Dave Aitel on Jun 03So things are happening, although we're not sure what.
Posted by Steve on Jun 03Hi all,
Posted by Dave Aitel on May 31So people are reading this and commenting on it (because it has nice
Posted by Jack Whitsitt on May 31(In support of the email below, but perhaps a little OT to the