Presentation on Optimization and Obfuscation Techniques for SQL Injections
A couple years ago Roberto Salgado had the honor of presenting his research on SQL Injections at several conferences. Just recently, Blackhat released the video of his presentation. This post contains the link to Roberto's slides and video.
Backdoors in Zhone GPON 2520 and Alcatel Lucent I240Q
While examining the "dropbear" binary for the Zhone GPON 2520 and Alcatel Lucent I240Q, we found that both routers have backdoors that allow users with SSH access to connect to these devices with maximum privileges.
Drive By ONT Botnet with IRC C&C
Demonstration of a botnet created purely by using embedded devices which are controlled remotely through vulnerabilities exploited from a webpage.
(IN)secure session data in CodeIgniter
A security analysis on how web applications created with the PHP framework CodeIgniter handle user sessions.
BSides Vancouver 2015
Websec is proud to announce that we will be attending the 3rd annual edition of BSides Vancouver, a local non-profit information security conference held in the heart of Vancouver, BC on March 16 and 17.
Websec present at Campus Party 2014
Websec will be participating with four conferences at the largest Campus Party ever held, which will take place from the 24-29 of June in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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