I’m in London this week for EuSecWest08, the European version of the excellent CanSec and PacSec series of conferences, which is happening tomorrow and Thursday in Leicester Square. A couple of scheduled talks are generating interest on the net already:

  • Sebastian Muniz’s “Da IOS Rootkit” talk will review his reverse engineering and kernel hooking approach to building a reliable Cisco IOS rootkit
  • Justin Ferguson’s “Advances in attacking interpreted languages” will cover the attack surface and potential vulnerabilities in Google’s recently release App Engine.

Hopefully EuSec will be another interesting and entertaining event, with any honeynet-related news and events to follow.

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