Articles with tag: Athcon
POSTED BY: census / 29.05.2013

Firefox Exploitation - AthCon 2013

CENSUS will be one of the sponsors of the AthCon 2013 conference. We are thrilled to be participating for the fourth time actually, at AthCon, the leading technical IT security conference in Greece. This year, our researchers Patroklos Argyroudis and Chariton Karamitas will be presenting novel exploitation techniques against the Mozilla Firefox browser.


POSTED BY: dimitris / 07.05.2012

Packing Heat - AthCon 2012 update

AthCon 2012 is now over and what a great event that was! Our talk this year, entitled “Packing Heat!”, described ways in which PE executables can be packed to evade AntiVirus (AV) detection during penetration tests. Specifically, the talk presented a new type of packer; a packer that generates metamorphic executables. Each executable generated by this type of packer both looks different on-disk and behaves differently at runtime.


POSTED BY: census / 27.04.2012

Packing Heat - AthCon 2012

CENSUS is excited to be participating for the third time at AthCon, the leading technical IT security conference in Greece. This year our researcher Dimitris Glynos will be presenting a new design for executable packing that allows penetration testers to hide malicious payloads from a wide variety of antivirus engines.


POSTED BY: ntsag / 16.06.2011

AthCon 2011 update

CENSUS has participated once again at AthCon, the leading technical IT security conference in Greece. Our work entitled “Introducing the Parasite” presented a small device that is capable of creating a physical backdoor in an otherwise protected network.