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Industrial Espionage and Data Tapping are commonplace in IT – DeepSec Conference provides Training for early Detection, Analysis and Mitigation

Published on September 10, 2019 By sanna

The excitement used to be great when organizations, parties, celebrities, companies, or government agencies reported intrusions into their own or outsourced digital infrastructure. Meanwhile, reports of data leaks and compromised systems are almost a part of the weather forecast. Security applications on smartphones or portals offer this information to allow the user to check if […]

DeepSec 2013 Talk: Finux’s Historical Tour Of IDS Evasion, Insertions, and Other Oddities

Published on October 19, 2013 By René Pfeiffer

The SANS Institute offers the article The History and Evolution of Intrusion Detection in its Reading Room. The article was published in 2001. It starts with the phrase „during the past five years…“. We now have 2013. Why is it important to examine the history of a technology which certainly is well established and widely deployed […]

DeepSec 2012 Talk: Passive IPS Reconnaissance and Enumeration – false positive (ab)use

Published on October 14, 2012 By René Pfeiffer

Once you have a network, you will have intruders. You may already have been compromised. How do you know? Right, you use proper and hard to fool monitoring tools that will always detect good and evil. If you believe this statement, then you probably never heard of the dreaded false positive, commonly known as false […]