Meet BeEF at DeepSec 2011
euronymous — 11 October, 2011 - 09:14
After a couple of months of blog hibernation, I'm here again to write my thoughts.
Last months have been pretty busy on conferences, work and BeEF development.
I was speaking at SecurityByte 2011 (Bangalore, India) having a lot of fun with Nish Bhalla, Ashim (NullCon organizer),
the guys from ClubHack, my colleague Lava @lavakumark, Krzystof @kkotowicz, and the russian friends Alexander @sh2kerr and Dmitriy @evdokimovds. The food was great (chicken curry, very hot and spicy) and the venue was fantastic.
After a couple of weeks I was invited to speak at Hacktivity 2011 (Budapest, Hungary). The fun was assured thanks to my friends Raoul Chiesa, Mate Soos, FluxFelix @flxflx and the crew from CONFidence that come from Warsaw to party with us. My talk has been followed by many many people, in the main room, so I was definitely happy :-)
This year schedule for conferences has been quite tight, with the fourth conference as a speaker in 1 month.
17-18 November DeepSec 2011 will be held in Vienna, Austria. DeepSec is one of the largest security conferences in Europe and it's famous for the usual high quality of the talks. Trainings are usually very good too. Pity that this year Saumil Shah training on Low-level exploitation will not be present (but let hope for next year).
As usual, the cool DeepSec crew write a blog entry for every talk, to give more information to the attendees and explain the cryptic abstracts of the talks in a human-readable way.
As you can read here in the DeepSec blog, I will speak about BeEF (yet another time :)
covering the latest development we're are doing on Chrome Extensions exploitation, Internal Network Fingerprinting and Exploitation, as well as a little preview of LAMBs (yep, as you can see we love animal acronyms :). Let think about them like bots/drones deployed by BeEF in the internal network that will communicate back with the BeEF framework. I know that the info is now pretty abstract, but lets keep the good work for DeepSec :-)