Our talk APT Secrets in Asia was given on the first day, first session. We really appreciate everyone that came over and stayed with us for almost 2 hours. The talk was rejected by Blackhat 2011 but accepted by Defcon 2011, otherwise we wouldn't have chance to share with the security community. As we always believe in, hackers and security gurus should team up, have fun, and together we can outsmart the attackers making them in the light.
Special thanks to many good friends of us, Mila, you inspired us; TT and Nanika, you guys sitting in the first row, awesome; Birdman, PK, Mars, Bob, safe guarding our home base, the system ran very smoothly and did not get owned, save Anthony and Benson on the stage; and buddies from Chroot security group in Taiwan, you are always with us. There are also several respected seniors flying over for the talk, we really appreciate their support. Thank you mama!
This year we had developed a free APT online scanning service, Xecure Lab APT Deezer, http://aptdeezer.xecure-lab.com/, and is now available to everyone*. APT Deezer would tell you whether the document is APT-related or not, and provide visualization of analysis data (clustering of APT taskforces). Both file names and md5 are rounded-off a bit to keep anonymity. If you have more concerns or questions, feel free to write us at benson.wu (at) xecure-lab dot com
*Disclaimer: We have no interest with your PII, we will not collect any of your identity information, e.g. your IP, your geographical location, and so-on.
Oh, this time the Defcon badge is not electronic, but a piece of metal, made from commercially pure titanium. Awesome. (The Blackhat badge is made from Nylon as usual)
The badge on the left is the speaker badge, the one on the right is the human badge, there are also (G)oon, (P)ress, (V)endor, (C)ontest, (U)ber, etc. Enough variants to entertain everyone.
Anyway, the antiqued badge is cool, and moving to a puzzle based reality game is something different.
We want all these swag, but cash only... -.-
- Defcon 2011 Talks - APT, Citrix Hacks, Amazon AMI Cloud Security by Kurt Baumgartner, "A set of researchers from Taiwan presented their APT related data...their content and project is an interesting one"
Xecure Lab team