We’re excited to not only be presenting, but training at this year’s Hack in the Box conference, which takes place in Dubai from 19-22 April. Our talk will be focused on next generation botnets, and what kind of power they give to botmasters. Furthermore, we’ll be demonstrating how DNS is used to evade CNC control take down, and explore the recent iPhone botnet and the malicious worms that followed its discovery.
We will also be doing our popular Wireless & Bluetooth Hacking 101 course, which most of you have probably already heard of. It will be Telspace security analyst Andries Burger’s virgin trip to Hack in the Box – and his first time helping us with the training. We are all pretty eager to see how he takes it all...
If you can’t make it out to Dubai this year, don’t be too bleak – we’re going to be doing some cool things right here in sunny SA in April as well.
First off, we’ll be presenting our feedback talk at the Information Security Group of Africa’s HITB feedback session at the end of April.
And for those of you who have not yet been to one of our Wireless & Bluetooth Hacking 101 courses, you’ll have a chance to on 11-12 April when we will be offering training in Sandton.
Thank you all again for your continued support – it is your interest that allows us to participate in high-profile events such as Hack in the Box in the first place. Hope to see you all there!