- [DeepSec 2015]50 Shades of WAF
- [DeepSec 2015] File Format Fuzzing in Android – Giving a Stagefright to the Android Installer
- [DeepSec 2015]How to Break XML Encryption – Automatically
- [DeepSec 2015] Hacking Cookies in Modern Web Applications and Browsers
- [DeepSec 2015] Can societies manage the SIGINT monster?
- [LHS Microcast] DeepSec 2015
- [LHS Microcast] Interview w/ Jen Ellis
- Taking out the Eurotrash
- All good things must come to an end
- [DeepSec 2014] Advanced Powershell Threat: Lethal Client Side Attacks using Powershell
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Aw man, you’re packing it in? I liked your updates. Much shorter than mine.
Yeah sorry… they were a good idea and I had fun playing about with SVN and some scripting to get them automated. The only problem was that they were taking over the blog a bit too much. If I didn’t write anything in a few weeks all there was on the blog was 3 Metasploit Updates posts and nothing else. I’m sure you guys can automate something that serves the same purpose… maybe a nightly list?
Maybe I’ll do monthly recaps… who knows 😉
Well, for the people who actually want up to the minute updates, they can just subscribe to the various RSS feeds from GitHub or Redmine, and post-process from there. For people that want just a list of new/changed modules, your stuff was good. For people that wanted a few words on background, jcran’s release notes did the trick. For some contextual analysis with regard to general framework and module changes, my stuff was there. So that pretty much covers everything. 🙂