We’d like to announce that we now have a Platinum sponsor that most of you are probably familiar with … Cobalt Strike. From the same guy that brought you Armitage, Cobalt Strike is his commercial follow-on that makes replicating advanced threats easy. Featuring build in capabilities for low and slow command and control, communication over DNS, and a wicked cool man-in-the-browser technology, why not visit them and check it out.
And don’t forget out Gold sponsor … Tikras Technology Solutions Corp. To learn more about our awesome sponsors be sure to follow them on Twitter at @armitagehacker and @tikrascorp or visit them at AdvancedPentest.com and Tikras.com. Additionally, we still have other sponsorship levels available. Checkout our announcement post for more details and contact us or hit me up on Twitter (@grecs) if your organization is interested.
Now to on one of the more important aspects of ShmooCon FireTalks … the talks themselves. If you were interested in submitting a presentation, you’ve probably already missed the deadline however we may take some over the next day. So please submit as soon as possible before it gets too late. See our announcement post for instructions on submitting or just head on over to the CFP portal.
In other ShmooCon news, The Shmoo Group announced the final list of presentations as well as the last chance to grab at barcode at noon today (in like 15 mins). Of the eight listed new talks, the two that caught my interest were Benjamin Gatti discussing the crypto history of Bletchley Park and Scott Moulton with an updated hard drive forensic talk. Catch the rest of the new talks over on ShmooCon’s news page.
Today’s post pic is from AdvancedPenTest.com. See ya!